aAircraft, engine, and appliance records are required for an aircraft to be airworthy, insurable, and to retain maximum value. Maintaining logbooks with historical continuity & inspection information is a must….

Keeping accurate and complete records is extremely helpful in the resale of an aircraft and can increase the value by tens of thousands of dollars.

If records are lost or destroyed, the aircraft become un-airworthy and in violation of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR’s). Further, the value of the aircraft can significantly depreciate. Reconstructing aircraft records is essential to restore value.

Just ONE lost logbook can have substantial diminution in value. In the case of one G-IV SP, the aircraft value was affected in excess of $2,000,000.

Reconstruction of aircraft records is time-consuming. It takes great expertise and in many cases, it can be very tedious.

Aviation Maintenance Managers (AMM) can aid in the reconstruction of aircraft records, as we specialize in aircraft record-keeping. Our highly technical experienced team can help with:

  • Reconstruction of aircraft history records
  • Verification and re-compliance of Airworthiness Directives (AD) by demonstration and verification
  • Required inspections reviews, verification, tracking down and reproduction of documents such as: work orders, log book entries, engineering documents, FAA form 337’s, 8130-3’s, 8110-3’s etc. as needed

If you would like to speak with one of our representatives in regards to reconstructing your records, please fill out the contact form on our website or call us at 561-368-8455 for more information.