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Our Mission

GA Jet MX knows that you have questions
before and during your scheduled
maintenance, inspection or repair.

That’s why we make timely, two-way  communication a priority.

We want to ensure that you understand at all times throughout the process what work is being done and how long it will take to complete.

After all, making the most of your airplane’s downtime is our goal!

Our Story

GA Jet Aircraft Maintenance is built upon 30 years of maintaining and repairing GA Jet’s fleet of private aircraft.


From Turbo-props to Mid-sized jets,

our highly skilled team of factory-trained mechanics follow a rigorous FAA-approved and mandated training program that you won’t find with ordinary MROs or A&P mechanics.

Experienced Leadership

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Milton Lea Williams, II

President of Georgia Jet Maintenance, a part 145 Repair Station.

Lea assumed the responsibilities of President in 2011. Since that time, he has lead a substantial expansion and reorganization of the company's assets and line of business resulting in the highest revenues and earning in the company's history.

Lea received his BS/Mechanical Engineering from Louisiana Tech University.

Frank DeFeo

Business Development Specialist

Frank is a U.S. Air Force veteran and entrepreneurial business development leader with 20+ years of experience leveraging relationships with military, government, and private partners.

He employs expertise as a pilot and holds an ATP rating with 6,000 + flight hrs.

He continually seeks to provide the utmost quality in dedication to customer relations and service.

Tim DeYoung

Director of Maintenance

Tim  has 10 years of aviation maintenance experience. He graduated from the Aviation Institue of Maintenance top of his class. In 2017 he completed continuing education classes on Beechjet 400 Line Maintenace.


He has extensive experience coordinating all levels of scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and is ground run and taxi qualified. He has coordinated off site AOG events, developed and maintainted A&P maintenance on call programs, and performed daily training activities for upcoming mechanics.


Tim's first concerns are always safety and customer satisfaction. His phylosophy is that a leader should never be satisfied. They must always strive to improve, and they must build that mindset into their team.

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