.

.

.

Sample Aircraft Mechanic Cover Letter






The applicant in this aircraft mechanic cover letter focuses on his ability to get the job done, repairing, maintaining, conducting tests, installing equipment and controlling certain operations on commercial and private aircraft. Aircraft mechanic cover letters should include this any other information relevant to the specific job in order to garner the hiring manager's attention and land an interview.



Joe Jobhunter
101 Penny Lane
Any Town, USA 99999

November 5, 2005


Mr. Jason Burke
Hiring Manager
Porterville Airport
62 Center Drive
Any City, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Burke:

I've been taking apart and putting back together toy planes and trucks since I was a child. So it was natural for me to train as an aircraft mechanic. Today when I saw your ad on aviationjobs.org for aircraft mechanics I wanted to contact you immediately. I'm moving to Any City next month and would like to begin working by January 1, 2006.

I'm ready to repair and maintain aircraft, conduct tests, install equipment and control operations that will insure safety and comfort for flight crews and passengers alike.

My resume speaks for itself, just as your organization speaks for itself. I look forward to talking with you in person if you'd like to meet to discuss my experience and ability for the job. Thank you for considering my cover letter and resume.

Please call me on my cell phone: 888-888-8888 to arrange an interview. I'm eager to meet you and to hear how I can bring my skills to the job you wish to fill.

Sincerely,


Joe Jobhunter

Enc: resume and cover letter