The spinning propeller has been King's School of Aeronautics' logo for over 43 years.
King's School of Aeronautics is only a 1/2 mile from the Nashville International airport. King's School of Aeronautics facility is located at 1645 Murfreesboro Road, Suite F.
Nashville is the perfect place to attend school for Aviation Maintenance Technician (Airframe & Powerplant Certificate) and Inspection Authorization training. Located only 2 miles from King's School of Aeronautics is a beautiful playground containing virtually every fast-food entity possible. The very best of restaurants are found there as well, along with different shops, banks, motels, taxi companies, and best of all, places of entertainment.
The King's School of Aeronautics greeting for students is found in the huge, spinning propellers located on each window on the front of the school. This spinning propeller has been King's School of Aeronautics logo for over 43 years. Other companies have wanted the use of this logo, but no one is authorized to display it on any buildings or products except King's School of Aeronautics.
King’s School of Aeronautics has known the IA (Inspection Authorization) business longer and better than any other school. We also have been teaching the A&P (Airframe and Powerplant) for 43 years.
We have noticed in other schools’ recent advertising, that they provide “STATE OF THE ART” training. King's opinion is, if you walk out of any school with the A&P in your hand, that is "state of the art."
At King’s School of Aeronautics we prefer to provide the best training at a very modest price. Speaking of money, King’s School of Aeronautics does not owe a single penny to anyone. We are 100% debt free. We prefer that the student keep as much of his money as he can. Paying $400.00 to $600.00 more for his Aircraft Mechanic Certificate or Inspection Authorization isn't the best policey for the family at home. Keep in mind that some schools owe as much as a million dollars, and they do expect the student to pay that debt for them. Another important item that students should consider is the school owner and management background in aviation.
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Holidays observed are:
Memorial Day, Independence Day (The 4th of July), Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, New Year's Day.
Our hours of operation are:
Monday through Saturday
8:00am to 4:00pm
Open additional hours as needed.
King's School of Aeronautics testing is available at virtually any time, and flexible enough that the student can have additional time on the courses taken if need be.
A wide variety of hotels are located near the school for students who prefer to secure their own lodging. Call if you need assistance from the school for lodging.