ME163-WEB How Maintenance Affects Value
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- Non-Member - $99
- Member - $79
This webinar will provide detailed historical cost data related to scheduled and unscheduled maintenance events across all types of business aircraft, including data pertaining to engine hot section inspections, midlife inspections and major overhauls. During the airframe segment, participants will review average flat rates for normally scheduled periodic inspections across several aircraft types. Discrepancies repeatedly found during scheduled inspections for both engines and airframes will also be addressed, including an analysis of how these various costs directly affect the current fair market value of an asset.
Upon webinar completion, the participant will be able to:
- Interpret maintenance costs across various engine and airframe types;
- Evaluate service bulletin and airworthiness directive status;
- Differentiate scheduled and unscheduled maintenance events; and
- Analyze how a major event directly affects an appraiser’s valuation process.
Kate Anderson | Corporate Concepts International
Mrs. Anderson is responsible for overseeing the asset maintenance pricing for fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters at JSSI. In addition, she works directly with JSSI Advisory Services on aircraft appraisals and asset evaluations. Prior to her role at JSSI, Mrs. Anderson worked for a Part 135 air charter operation and assisted with FAA conformity inspections for a fleet of aircraft, including Gulfstreams, Falcons, Citations, Hawkers, Beechjets and Learjets. She was responsible for performing extensive compliance research across the fleet, including OEM Chapter 5, logbooks, FAA Form 337, STCs, instructions for continued airworthiness, airworthiness directives and service bulletins. She has received extensive training in scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, including phase and engine inspections. Mrs. Anderson holds an FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate, a Multi-Engine Commercial Certificate and is a Certified Flight Instructor. She has a bachelor’s degree in aviation management from Southern Illinois University.