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There is a famous quote from Captain A. G. Lamplugh of British Aviation Insurance Group from the early 1930’s:
Aviation in itself is not inherently dangerous. But to an even greater degree than the sea, it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness, incapacity or neglect.
For our clients who have been lured to the thrill of the air, there’s an equally famous quote from Paul J. Sampson:
We contrive to make the invisible air support us, we relinquish the security of feet on the ground because flying is demanding, delightful, beautiful: because we love it. Very few of us are actually crazy, and nearly all of us manage the risks as well as we can, but we all willingly trade some of our security for the immeasurable beauty of the sky.
We all know flying and owning an airplane involves certain risk, but we all take calculated risk in the pursuit of achieving our personal and professional goals. The primary method of managing these risk is accomplished through proper training, knowing our personal minimums and maintaining proper insurance in case the unexpected does happen. As pilots and aircraft mechanics, we share the same passion as our clients and we seek to competitively insure any aircraft and pilot combination from light sport aircraft to the largest corporate aircraft.
SeaHawk Aviation, Inc.
We are a full-service aircraft maintenance facility located off of Taxiway November at Wilmington International Airport (KILM) in NC.
1501 John Morris Rd.
Wilmington, NC 28405
Upon our honor, we hold in sacred trust the rights and privileges conferred upon us as certified aviation mechanics. Knowing full well that safety and lives of others are dependent upon our skills and judgment, we will never subject others to risks that we are not willing to assume.
We pledge to never undertake or approve work that we feel is beyond the limits of our knowledge, nor will we allow an unqualified person to persuade us to approve aircraft or equipment as airworthy against our better judgment. We will not be influenced by personal gain, nor shall we pass as airworthy any aircraft or equipment about which we are in doubt, either as a result of our inspection, or uncertainty regarding the ability of others who have worked on it to their work satisfactory.
We realized the grave responsibility that is ours – to exercise our judgment on the airworthiness of aircraft and equipment. We pledge unyielding adherence to these precepts for the advancement aviation and the dignity of our profession.
Adopted from the Flight Safety Foundation