CERTIFIED AIRCRAFT APPRAISALS

Private Jets

Turboprops

Turbine helicopter

Piston Singles

APPRAISAL SERVICES

All AEROMAX, USA appraisals conform to the high ethical standards of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) standards.

Certified Aircraft Appraisals include:

An on-site examination of the subject aircraft’s interior, exterior, and cockpit to document and evaluate the condition and appearance, plus an inventory of installed equipment, avionics, modifications, and factory options. Also accomplished is a review of aircraft’s logbooks and documentation as they relate to value. This review checks: damage history; maintenance history; inspection status; time-life items; cycle-life items; Airworthiness Directives; Service Bulletins; airframe, engine, propeller, and APU times/cycles; maintenance programs such as MSP, TAP, ESP, JSSI.

Thorough research and analysis of the current market for the subject aircraft. This includes locating and using actual sales prices of similar aircraft for comparisons whenever possible.

Desktop Appraisals:

This desktop appraisal is one which is still characterized by the absence of any on-site inspection of the aircraft or its maintenance records but does include consideration of maintenance status information that is provided to the appraiser from the client, aircraft operator, or maintenance personal. This desktop appraisal will provide a value that includes adjustments to account for the actual maintenance and modifications status of the aircraft.

Aircraft Valuation:

The Valuation is one which is still characterized by the absence of any on- site inspection of the aircraft or its maintenance records but does include consideration of maintenance status information that is provided to the appraiser from the client, aircraft operator, or maintenance personal. This Aircraft Valuation will provide a value that includes adjustments to account for the actual maintenance and modification status of the aircraft.

This aircraft valuation is not an appraisal and does not meet the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) standards. This is an aircraft valuation and should not be used in place of a formal desktop appraisal.

Retrospective Appraisals:

Determines what an aircraft was worth on a date in the past.

Prospective Appraisals:

Estimates what the aircraft will be worth at a future date based on economic and industry trends and forecasts.

Damaged Aircraft Analysis and Diminution in Value:

This service analyzes an aircraft damage event to determine whether a diminution in value is warranted, and if warranted the amount of diminution. All repairs must be completed, documented and the aircraft or helicopter returned to service before a diminution report can be certified.

Expert Witness:

Litigation assistance as part of the Aircraft Appraisal practice from pretrial preparation to courtroom. Also available to review records and render opinions. CV and fee schedules are available upon request.

Qualified IRS Appraisal Report:

Regarding Noncash Charitable Contributions.