Aircraft Pre Buy Inspections 2018-05-08T15:05:40+00:00

Pre Buy Aircraft Inspections

Buy & Fly with Confidence

Considering the purchase of a used aircraft?  A professional pre-purchase inspection can save you thousands of dollars.

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We Provide Pre-Purchase Aircraft Inspections Nationwide

Benefits of a Professional Prebuy Inspection

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  • Avoid Wasting Time On Overvalued Aircraft

    If an aircraft has a major issue or a problem that could increase the cost of ownership, it’s better to know as soon as possible so that you don’t waste valuable time negotiating terms and price.

  • Improve Decisions About Purchases

    As with any major purchase, there are a lot of factors to consider when you’re shopping for an aircraft.  With a detailed prebuy inspection report, you can make more informed decisions.

  • Reduce Risk and Increase Safety

    When you buy an aircraft that’s been professionally inspected, you can feel confident knowing that a trained professional has thoroughly examined the plane and that no potential safety hazards were found.

  • Protect Your Money

    Even a small or older plane is not a small investment.  A detailed pre-purchase inspection will help keep you and your money safe.

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What if the airplane just had an annual inspection?

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Many prospective plane buyers think that an annual inspection is sufficient to serve as a pre-purchase inspection, but this simply isn’t the case.

Annuals and pre buy inspections are two completely different types of inspections.  Annuals are limited scope inspections that are focused on finding safety issues, not issues that affect the value of an aircraft.  Prebuy inspections are unlimited scope and are focused directly on finding things that will affect the cost of ownership.

A quality prebuy will look into many different aspect of an aircraft’s history – how frequently was it flown?  How was the plane utilized and where was it stored?  Has the plane ever had a gear up landing or has it ever been on fire?

Even an honest and straightforward seller might not be able to answer these questions and neither will an annual inspection.

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