It is a practical idea based on experience and repeated research of these things. It is a practical idea that can testify to righteousness. This is a useful opinion from a well-known professional aviation observer. An expert flight examiner must obtain all the facts about the aircraft in question.
A thorough inspector examines the aircraft's records, examines the exterior and interior of the aircraft, and pays attention to the current condition and history of the aircraft. Using the National Aircraft Appraisers Association's fully computerized system allows the appraiser to provide accurate and timely aircraft appraisals.
All AEROMAX, USA appraisals adhere to the high standards of Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) we also deal with Government Aircraft Appraisals. A certified aircraft inspection begins with a thorough on-site inspection of the aircraft's exterior and interior. Careful attention is paid to the condition of the airframe, paint, engines, propeller and equipment. Aircraft and related aircraft equipment are stored to ensure that they are properly accounted for in assessing the value of the aircraft.
The layout, selection system, icing system, housing and interior conditions are also examined. The air pressure and engine speed are recorded, along with the current damage rating. Service journal status and Air Direction (AD) status are reviewed, as well as the status of any historical damage repairs. The method of "wear", for example. tires, paint; to do, etc. compare the absolute values with the detailed ones. We also deal with Regional Airline Appraisals so contact us today.
Aircraft (FLV) Values,records and documents are carefully reviewed as these documents are evidence of historical care or abuse given to this aircraft. This review is written and designed to keep the aircraft in a high position or simply to maintain a minimum wind speed. Often things that are not recorded are important, e.g. missing annual audits, missing or defaced journal pages and undocumented exchanges. Special attention is given to any previous damage, because this may or may not have a significant impact on the value of the aircraft.
Once the flight inspection and document review is complete, the process of determining the value of the flight begins. Using private databases and software and many other industry sources, information about this flight is entered into a database (this database is updated monthly). Once a detailed flight review is submitted (usually 18-25 pages), our Senior certification reviewer reviews it for accuracy. Once the review is approved, it is signed off as a certified flight review.
Senior Aircraft Appraiser
Address: 74 Lakeside Ln, Kerrville, TX 78028
Phone: (830) 446-1064
Email: [email protected]