About Flight Level Components
Flight Level Components (FLC) is an FAA Part 145 Certified Repair Station (CRS) located near Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio, providing onsite component inspection, repair and overhaul for turbine, heavy twin and helicopters. We provide exchanges, quick turns, and quotations in order to meet the need for expediency and accuracy. Ask about our exceptional warranty policy.
Mark Rogers founded Lone Mountain Aircraft (LMA) in 2008, becoming one of the partners with Cirrus Aircraft as a pre-owned resale partner. LMA has become the largest reseller of Cirrus Aircraft, and has expanded into several other popular general aviation aircraft including turboprops and light jets.
In 2012, Mark led the opening of the Lone Mountain Aircraft Maintenance facility at the Warren County Airport near Dayton. This new capability complements the sales endeavors with airframe and powerplant maintenance including overhauls of the Cirrus Airframe Parachute system.
In 2014 Mark further expanded the business into aircraft finance, offering in-house aircraft financing solutions for clients of LMA.
Craig Harbeson is the Accountable Manager and Chief Inspector at Flight Level Components, LLC. Having previous Chief Inspector and Supervisory experience in the Repair Station industry, he is no stranger to understanding FAA Regulations, and keeping a CFR Part 145 Repair Station operating within conformance.
Craig has been interested in flight since a young age, which was continually strengthened with yearly family visits to the Dayton Airshow. After working in the IT and Electronics industries for over 12 years, Craig attended A&P School at Cincinnati State College and received an Associate of Applied Science Degree. He loves flying, and looks forward to one day reaching his goal of earning his private pilot’s license.
Craig, his wife, and children call Cincinnati home, and enjoy showing visitors everything that the city has to offer. When not working, he enjoys camping, hiking, and canoeing with his family, as well as watching documentaries that would most likely put a normal human to sleep.