Sample Airframe Mechanic Cover Letter

If you are a trained FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) mechanic with experience and interest in this field, good jobs are available. Sell yourself and your skill in a solid cover letter and you will win an interview. Make clear your ability to keep aircraft in peak operating condition, making needed repairs and completing all FAA required inspections and working with a team. Airframe mechanic cover letters provide hiring managers an opportunity to assess applicants' abilities and training before arranging for an interview. If yours stands out you will win an appointment that may lead to a job.

Conrad Greenfield
201 Flowerfield Lane
Any Village, USA 33333

January 10, 2006

Mr. Louis Bogart
Hiring Manager
Washburn Airfield
564 Airport Lane
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Bogart:

From your posting on JobBankUSA.com, I'm aware that you're looking for an experienced and FAA-trained airframe mechanic. This is a job I am qualified for and interested in pursuing. I have worked in this capacity at Granger Air Base for two years and am now ready to move on to Washburn Airfield, closer to where I live.

I believe an in-person meeting would be a great way to talk over the expectations you may have for airframe mechanics and how I can become a productive member of your team at Washburn. If you'd like to get together, please call me at 897-678-5656 for an appointment that fits your calendar. I look forward to getting to know you and I thank you for reading my cover letter and considering me for the job.


Conrad Greenfield

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