New Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Shop

We’re excited to announce a great new addition to the Skyhaven Airport community: T-Aviation LLC, an aircraft maintenance and repair shop. As of November 1, T-Aviation will operate out of Skyhaven’s Aircraft Maintenance Hangar 5 next to the terminal building. Stop by and say hello to Thomas E. Morgera, IA, A&P, and Mark S. Pride, Business Manager. This dynamic team brings years of maintenance and business management experience to the table and they are excited to serve our community.

This is a great opportunity to get your next annual inspection scheduled and done… right here on the field!

Find out more. Contact them at 603-403-8061 or email:

T-Aviation, LLC has been providing world class maintenance and logistics support for aircraft maintenance, parts acquisition, and project management in commercial, business and general aviation industries since 2017. T-Aviation LLC has the tools, resources, experience and flexibility to fulfill its aviation maintenance service commitments. Services provided at Skyhaven include scheduled and unscheduled maintenance activities; annual/100/50-hour inspections, engine/propeller/airframe services, minor modifications/repairs and more. All maintenance tasks are performed using only original equipment manufacturer maintenance technical manuals and data. Adequate servicing inventory and additional support equipment are on-hand to satisfy your aircraft maintenance needs and ready to keep your aircraft in flight worthy condition.

As a family run and veteran-owned aviation business established in NH since 2017, the company’s ethos and moral element are driven by the foundation of the co-owner’s military discipline and 30 years of experience managing aircraft of all types including commercial, military, business and general aviation.

Mark Pride, Business Manager, is the principle contact for any maintenance scheduling and general communication with our clients. He has served 20 years as communications subject matter expert to both military and civilian aviation markets as an electronic component supplier.

Thomas Morgera, Director of Maintenance, is a 26-year veteran of the United States Air Force and holds FAA Certifications: Inspection Authorization and Airframe & Powerplant. Tom’s experience covers both large and small body passenger/cargo commercial and privately owned small/light single/twin aircraft aviation assets.