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Utilizing programs can have a positive impact on value. Determining whether or not an engine program is right for your aircraft depends a lot on the individual aircraft category and class, its asset value and the cost of major maintenance events.
With NBAA BACE 2021 just around the corner and the program schedule live, there is no time to waste! Have no fear, ATP is here to help plan your experience at BACE by letting you in on the top five things we are looking forward to.
Aircraft staging is another chance for you to make a good first impression with a prospective buyer. When done right, it highlights the best features of your aircraft.
Make improvements and get organized to ensure your business aircraft’s records and loose equipment are in order whenever you put the airplane on the market. Your aircraft’s value is directly tied to its logbooks, and the more complete those records are, the better.
MELs and MMELs, what are they, why do we need them, and how are they used? In case you missed it, our first and second webinars of 2021 were presented on February 18th and April 29th respectively, and featured ATP’s very own VP of Marketing & Engagement, Lee Brewster, alongside President of Aerodox, David Burk.
Charles Taylor’s contributions to aviation were not always recognized, he is known as the man aviation history almost forgot. Everyone knows of the Wright brothers, but if it had not been for Charles Taylor, that first powered aircraft would have never lifted off the ground.
Unlocking a Cloud of Opportunity: The Role of Technology for Aircraft Logbook Management and Maintenance
Aircraft maintenance records are priceless, providing a documented record of all the maintenance history that has occurred over an aircraft’s lifetime, proving airworthiness, and maintaining an aircraft’s overall resale value.
In the aviation world, deferred aircraft maintenance is a familiar and common occurrence but can be costly and lead to severe consequences if not handled
We are excited to be awarding a $1,000 scholarship, this year’s recipient is Rebekah Murphy, a hardworking college student on a mission to obtain her A&P license.
ATP’s CEO, Rick Noble, and CSO, Greg Heine, were invited to the 2020 Recovery In Aviation Virtual Summit where they discussed ATP’s success within the aviation industry during this
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