The Goulian family has been maintaining aircraft for decades in the metro Boston area. Our Cirrus Training Center, Mike Goulian Aviation, has been exclusively maintaining Cirrus Aircraft since 2017. We pride ourselves to be trusted with Cirrus owners to take great care of their aircraft and provide professional and efficient service. We have now moved into a large service facility at the Plymouth Airport and would welcome your business.
While you wait for your aircraft we have a great space for you to work (WiFi available) or we can provide you with a vehicle to explore downtown Plymouth and enjoy one of its great restaurants or shops.
Pick up & Delivery: If you are short on time and you need help moving your aircraft from your home base to our facility in Plymouth, we have a team of Cirrus pilots that can help.
Levi joined the Goulian team in 2017 as our Crew Chief for our airshow team (www.mikegoulian.com) that travels the US throughout the year. The Crew Chief position is a very special position on our team as Michael has to have complete trust in the crew chief and in turn, his plane, to be able to fly high extreme aerobatics with confidence. Adding Levi to the Mike Goulian Aviation team shortly after was a natural fit for him and we have not looked back. Hailing from Oshkosh, Wisconsin, he was the factory assembly specialist at Sonex Aircraft. He has taken the Cirrus factory training and takes great care of our entire Cirrus fleet.
Collin joined the Mike Goulian Aviation team in 2021 after spending the last four years maintaining and retrofitting older Cirrus’. He began in aviation at the age of 15 by taking flight lessons at Plymouth airport. He earned his license at 18 and decided to conjoin his love of flying and maintenance. He graduated from the first class at Cape Cod Community College. He got his Inspection Authorization (IA) in the fall of 2020 and looks forward to being part of the distinguished Mike Goulian Aviation team.
After learning about aviation through her grandfathers, Hannah’s dream to work on aircraft began. She grew up building machines and R/C planes with her grandfather in Colorado and heard about her other grandfather’s career as a pilot. As she went to airshows and talked to more people in aviation, she decided to start flying in 2018 but found that her interests in mechanics drew her in even more throughout her education. Her family later moved to Texas and she attended LeTourneau University in Longview where she was able to earn her private pilot certificate, A&P certificate, and Bachelor of Science degree. She is excited to have joined the team and learn more about aerobatic and Cirrus aircraft.
Jeremy gained his interest in aviation at 11 when he took a flight on EAA’s Ford Trimotor. He started training for his private pilot license in high school and completed his checkride 2 days before shipping off to boot camp for the Marine Corps. After completing his 4 years of service he moved back to his hometown in New Jersey where he completed his instrument and commercial ratings and towed banners in J-3 and super cubs. Jeremy moved on to a new job flying 206s, skymasters, and kingairs for various government contracts and marine mammal surveys while at the same time gaining his A&P certificate and being promoted to shop manager. Jeremy currently is a first officer for JetBlue Airways flying the A220, but his love of general aviation and turning wrenches led him to Mike Goulian Aviation to stay connected to GA and maintenance. On his off time you can find him flying his experimental Smith DSA-1 Miniplane or in the wood on his dirtbike.