June 2022: Authorized Cirrus Service Center, SR22T Survey & More!
AUTHORIZED CIRRUS SERVICE CENTER
We have just opened a new full service maintenance facility in Plymouth, MA (KPYM).
The Goulian family has been maintaining aircraft for decades in the metro Boston area. Our Cirrus Training Center, Mike Goulian Aviation, has been exclusively maintaining Cirrus Aircraft since 2017. We pride ourselves to be trusted with Cirrus owners to take great care of their aircraft and provide professional and efficient service. We have now moved into a large service facility at the Plymouth Airport and would welcome your business.
We are proud to be an Authorized Cirrus Service Center – maintaining all makes and models of Cirrus SRxx aircraft, including full warranty work. Our technicians have been factory trained and are certified by Cirrus. The team works daily on all Cirrus makes and models.
Extra / Decathlon Aircraft
Alongside our Cirrus offerings, we also offer service for Extra Aircraft and Super Decathlon Aircraft owners. Owner, Mike Goulian, has owned and operated multiple Extra aircraft over the last two decades and our maintenance team is well versed at keeping these aircraft in pristine condition.
While you wait for your aircraft we have a great space for you to work or we can provide you with a vehicle to explore downtown Plymouth and enjoy one of its great restaurants or shops.
Pick up & Delivery: If you are short on time and you need help moving your aircraft from your home base to our facility in Plymouth, we have a team of Cirrus pilots that can help.
Cleaning: We also offer aircraft cleaning and detailing services if needed.
To schedule, call: (774) 343-1688 or fill out the form below.
Want to fly a Cirrus SR22 Turbo?
We are considering adding a beautiful turbocharged G6 Cirrus SR22T to our fleet of aircraft. A turbo is an amazing machine for long distance flights and also to experience flight up to 25,000 feet. This 315HP turbocharged aircraft has a maximum cruising speed of 213 knots. Since this is a high performance aircraft, pilots must be instrument rated with a minimum of 200 hours total time. Anyone interested in renting the aircraft would complete the Cirrus Advanced Transition course (or the SR22T Airframe and Powerplant Differences Course) plus high altitude and oxygen training for the aircraft.
If interested in experiencing and flying a Cirrus SR22 Turbo, please take this quick survey!
We’re going to EAA AirVenture! Are you?
We’d love to see you in Oshkosh, WI for AirVenture 2022! The Goulian team will be partnering with Whelen Aerospace Technologies (WAT) for the week – with our WAT Hospitality exhibit located near Boeing Plaza. Be sure to stop by and say hello and checkout WAT’s lights and a fun virtual aerobatic experience flight with Michael in the Extra.
Michael will be performing Wednesday and Saturday and will also be a keynote presenter at the Stick & Rudder Clinic on Wednesday 7/27 and Saturday 7/30. The clinic has a limit of 65 people per session.
Contact Danika at (339) 788-8715 if you need help locating us!
In-Focus: Meet our newest CFI, John Drennan!
Originally from Houston, Texas, John’s love of aviation began at the young age of three after watching Top Gun and discovering his late grandfather was an A&P. From that point on, his love for aviation continued to grow. His ultimate goal is to become a 737 Captain. John is graduate of The University of Central Florida and L3 Harris Airline Academy in Sanford, Florida.
After successfully completing all check rides, John was asked to join L3 Harris as a flight instructor. After a year with L3 Harris, he wanted a new challenge and relocated to Massachusetts to join Mike Goulian Aviation as an instructor. When John isn’t flying around the northeast, he can be found cooking in the kitchen, surfing, discovering new music, mountain biking, hiking, and traveling. John’s goals outside of flying include: visiting every state in the US, visiting every continent, and attending games in every NFL stadium and NHL arena.
Pro-Tip of the Month by CSIP Prassuna Budlong
If you BUG me enough, I may be of help!