Georgia Avionics Inc. offers complete VFR and IFR certifications. The VFR certification consist of certifying the aircraft transponder (mode A/C or mode S), which is required to be recertified every two years. The VFR certification should take less than thirty minutes and can be performed while you wait, if you prefer. Please schedule all certifications in advance to avoid lengthy waiting periods.
The IFR certification consist of testing the aircraft static system, transponder, and certifying the altimeter and encoder. The IFR certification is also required to be performed every two years. The altimeter and encoder must be removed from the aircraft to be recertified and thus the IFR certification normally requires three to four hours to complete. We request that you schedule IFR certifications one week in advance.
As an added convenience to our customers, Georgia Avionics will notify you prior to when your next certification is due once we have performed a certification on your aircraft.
Page Last Modified: 11/6/2005