Who We Are
Air Appraisal Company specializes in the business of providing Aircraft Valuation Services. We conduct appraisals on all types of aircraft, from fixed wing single engine piston aircraft, to business jets, to airliners; from one-of-a-kind antique aircraft to turbine helicopters. If it flies, chances are we can help you determine the value of your asset. We routinely travel the United States, and beyond, conducting aircraft appraisals. Our clients include large financial institutions, local banks, corporations, law firms, flight schools, insurance companies, and individual buyers and sellers. Our appraisal reports conform to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). We are Aircraft Valuation Specialists.
What We Do
Air Appraisal Company provides Aircraft Valuation Services to suit the needs of our clients. Our Senior Appraisers provide USPAP compliant Certified Appraisal Reports, Desktop Appraisals, Collateral Verification, and Aircraft Records Audits. Our services have also expanded beyond the scope of valuation services to include Aircraft Acquisition, Expert Witness, and Consulting Services. If you have a need for expertise in any of these areas, we would be happy to discuss your specific situation and explain how Air Appraisal Company can help.
Why do I need an Appraisal?
- To obtain a professional opinion of the present Market Value of an aircraft.
- To assist a prospective purchaser in obtaining financing or insurance.
- To assist a financial institution in substantiating the nature and value of the aircraft as it relates to collateral.
- To assist a financial institution by supporting the loan portfolio for examination by the loan committee and/or bank examiner.
- To obtain a professional opinion of the value on an aircraft to be renovated or modified.
- To obtain a professional opinion of the value of an aircraft as a safeguard against excessive tax assessments, capital gains and other taxes.
- To verify damage claims resulting from accidents, hangar rash, hail, and other disasters.
- To establish the Diminution of Value associated with a damage event.
- To provide the basis for decision-making in the commitment of funds for aircraft acquisition.
- To provide persuasive, independent evidence of the condition of an aircraft.
- To distinguish a seller’s aircraft from others that may be listed for sale.