Recipient of the 2014 Greater Miami Aviation Association (GMAA) Corporate Achievement Award
Recipient of the 2014 Miami-Dade Police Department Police Training Institute Training Award (Aviation)
Recipient of the 2015 Miami-Dade School Board Exemplary Dade Partner Award District Wide


Well over a decade ago on the 100th anniversary of the Wright Brothers first powered flight, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group was established as an efficient and dedicated team of aviation professionals geared to serve and assist in the needs of the clients so as to assist them achieve their regulatory, technical, operational and productivity goals by applying a broad range of professional services in a relentless pursuit of excellence.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Visit Continental Aircraft Support of Miami

From left to right: Benny F. Benitez, Founder & CEO of the 94th ACG, Mr. Jose Paez, V.P. Production and Mr. Luis D. Ezra, V.P. of Quality Assurance
Miami Lakes, Florida 17th December 2008: One of the things that is always refreshing to us at the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) within our fluid and dynamic industry is learning about service providers whose core mission is pure quality and excellent customer service.
Today, the (94th ACG) experienced that first hand when undertaking a full facility survey of Continental Aircraft Support, located in Miami Lakes, Florida.
Established five years ago and composed of a team of highly seasoned professionals whose lineage could be traced back to the world famous, high quality Barfield Company, Continental Aircraft Support brings a new standard toward producing a quality product.
A review of their shops, tooling, manuals, proceedures, as well as speaking with key company personel like Mr. Luis D. Ezra, V.P. of Quality Assurance and Mr. Jose Paez, V.P. of Production and with many of their technicians, it was evident that these individuals all share a passion for "Aviation" and a vision of excellent that would rival any large world airline or military overhaul facility concerning their speciality.
Continental Aircraft Support is what we call an "Aviation Aware" organization, as they are assisting in the repair of key avionics equipment belonging to a former Easter Airline DC-7B, which is being resorted at Opa Locka Airport and to the best of our knowledge is the only such facility in all of Miami assisting with their expertise and professionalism toward this project. What galvanized our professional opinion of Continental Aircraft Support, was a comment made to us by Mr. Carlos Rodriguez, V.P. of Operation toward the end of our survey in which he stated "Our product is our passion". We at the 94th ACG Congratulate Continental Aircraft Support for being an example of excellent within the community.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group and the Oldest Serving United States Marine Corp Squadron VMGR-252 / KC-130J

Engines # 3 & 4 with new composite six bladed propellers
KC-130J Buno 165735 on the ramp with Modex "735"
94th ACG Founder & CEO on the flight deck of 735
Opa Locka, Florida December 13th 2008: The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) spent a day getting check out on the Lockheed KC-130J belonging to United Stated Marine Corp. Squadron VMGR-252. VMGR-252, under the command of Lt. Col. Robert P. Cote is based out of Marine Corp. Air Station Cherry Point, located in Cherry Point, North Carolina.
VMGR-252 is the oldest continually active service squadron within the Marine Corp.
Established in June 1928, in San Diego, California, the squadron was re-designated several time over the next decade. In July 1941, the squadron was designated Marine Utility Squadron-252 then in April 1945 was then changed to Marine Transport Squadron-252.
VMGR-252 was heavily involved during World War II, after the war the squadron relocated to its current home at Cherry Point, North Carolina. On February 1962, the unit got its current designation as "Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron VMGR-252".
In July 1981, VMGR-252 was award the Humanitarian Service Medal for their role in assisting many Cuban refugees who escaped Cuba during June 1980. Today, VMGR-252 consist of 240 Enlisted personal, 50 Officers and 12 aircraft's. In its 76 years of operation and service to our great Nation, VMGR-252 has flown 30 different type of aircraft. The latest version of the venerable Lockheed C-130 "J"-Model, which we received a full ground / pre-flight check out were obtained in 2005. The 94th ACG is looking to "adopt" the squadron and support the moral and welfare of the troops within VMGR-252 through yearly monetary donations.

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Supports the Restoration of the Eastern Airlines DC-7B Aircraft (Continued Story)

Left to Right: Benny F. Benitez 94th ACG,
Capt. Carlos Gomez of Turks Air Cargo
and Catherine Smallwood 94th ACG
Opa Locka, Florida 14th December 2008: As a continued story from April 2008, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) visited Mr. Carlos Gomez to see at to the progress on this tremendous project, the restoration of an ex-Eastern Airline DC-7B. During the visit the application of the Eastern call letters onto the fuselage and the laying of the interior floor carpet was witnessed.
The effort is now in full swing for a 21st December 2008 "Open House" to show the public and the aviation community the quality work undertaken and accomplished by Mr. Gomez and his talented group of mechanic / artisan's!
We toured the aircraft while Mr. Gomez proudly explained to us the many hurtles and many accomplishment achieved in this labor of love.
The 94th ACG was please to learn that a local Miami based Avionic FAA Repair Station known as Continental Aircraft Support has stepped up to the plate and offered to repair a vast array of the avionics equipment on the DC-7B free of charge a tremendous help to the project.
Congratulation to Mr. Jose Paez of Continental Aircraft Support (305) 883-6100.
The 94th ACG shall be present during the 21st December event to render its assistance and with the launch of a new subsidiary in 2009 to be know as the "Digital Aircraft Factory" shall work closely with Mr. Gomez and the Atlantic Aircraft Model Shop of Miami with Mr. Roger Jarman to create high quality digital art rendition of the aircraft as well as other marketing material.

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group and the City of Fort Lauderdale North American F-86H Saber Jet Project

Shown from Left to Right is Mr. Ran Meriam former President of the Air Force Association (AFA) Gold Coast Chapter and Ms. Catherine Smallwood with Mr. Benny F. Benitez of the 94th ACG and members of the Miami AFA Chapter, the 317th
F-86H Sabre USAF s/n 53-1255 as it sits
at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (KFXE)
awaiting restoration and repairs
Damaged caused to F-86H Sabre USAF s/n 53-1255
as a result of 2005 Hurricane Wilma
Fort Lauderdale, Florida December 12th 2008: Elements of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultig Group (94th ACG), which included their Founder & CEO, Mr. Benny F. Benitez, Ms. Catherine Smallwood, Director of Flight Ops / Chief pilot and Mr. Roosevelt Viana, Director of Latin American (Brazil)-(not photographed) linked up with Mr. Ran Meriam (shown above) at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (KFXE) to survey F-86H s/n 53-1255 for the possible undertaking upon successful bid and awarding by the City of Fort Lauderdale toward repairing the aircraft.
A veteran of the United States Air Force (USAF), s/n 53-1255 survived 15 years of active flying service only to succumb to damages caused by Hurricane Wilma back in 2005. The 94th ACG is to spearhead a 2009 community project to get this USAF veteran back to its former glory. The 94th ACG is to rally the South Florida aviation community and local aviation schools to assist in this worth wild project and closely work with the City of Fort Lauderdale.
A great deal of appreciation is owed to Mr. Duncan Curtis an F-86 Historian and who run a proper website dedicated to the F-86 (F-86. tripod.com) and who is reachable via (DunxC@aol.com). Through Mr. Ducan the following history of s/n 53-1255 has been noted, its reads as follows:
1. F-86H-10 built as serial number 53-1255 under USAF contract number 203-27, assembled at the North American plant located in Columbus, Ohio.
2. Delivered to the USAF on 25th February 1955
3. Its first active service was with the 474th Fighter Bomber Group based at Clovis A.F.B, New Mexico on 25th February 1955
4. Last active squadron service was with the 104th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (FIS) later becoming the 104th Tactical Fighter Squadron (TFS) based out of Martin Field, Maryland with the Maryland Air National Guard (ANG)
In between the above duty assignments, s/n 53-1255 served with the 2584th, 142nd, 138th, 119th and the 177th USAF squadrons. Finally in 1971, the aircraft was donated to the City of Fort Lauderdale were it has been on display since.

Monday, November 10, 2008

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Team Members Become MD-11F "Cargo" Aircraft Certified Load Planners

Shown left to right: Mr. Greg F. Baker, Loadmaster Instructor DC-10F / MD-11F, Mr. Marcelo Solis of Raiden Solutions, Inc., (PLAIN LOADER software), Ms. Catherine Smallwood (FAA CFI / ERJ-170 F/O) 94th ACG Chief Pilot and Mr. Benny F. Benitez Founder and CEO of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Firm of Miami

Miami, Florida November 5-7th, 2008: In a joint venture with Raiden Solutions, Inc., a Miami based Cargo Loader software development Firm, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) has been certified as an MD-11F Cargo Aircraft Load Planner, as members of the (94th ACG) team to include the CEO and Chief Pilot underwent a three day course at Aeroservices Training Center of Miami, as they were hosted by Miami based Centurion Air Cargo, a DC-10F and soon to be Miami first MD-11F cargo operator.

For the past two years, the (94th ACG) and Raiden Solutions have jointly been working to achieve full Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification of the PLAIN LOADER software with Centurion Air Cargo, their FAA Primary Inspectors and local Flight Standard District Office (FSDO). Check out Raiden Solutions at http://www.raidensolutions.com/ and on (You Tube) type in "raiden solutions" within the search block.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group continues to be a driving factor in the establishement of yet another B727 Brazilian carrier "SP CARGO"

Former Brazilian Air Force Grumman SF2 Tracker Flight Crew / B727 Flight Engineer and Founder of ProAeroCorp of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and a Strategic Alliance Partner of the 94th ACG, Mr. Roosevelt Viana coducts Cockpit checks on N750US in Ardmore, Oklahoma
Resorting to his industry & B727 experience of well over 15 years, Mr. Viana of ProAeroCorp. conducts Flight Engineer ground check during the pre-buy inspection of N750US on behave of SP Cargo Airlines of Brazil

Aircraft N750US-s/n 21512 owned by Air Lease International an ex-Kitty Hawk aircraft with 59,037 hours & 44,010 cycles sits on the ramp at the King Aerospace facility in Ardmore Oklahoma while undergoing our detail and in depth pre-buy operational inspection

Ardmore, Oklahoma August 21-22nd, 2008: In joint Operation dubbed "SPC727" carried out by both the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) and its Strategic Alliance Partner, ProAeroCorp (PAC) of Sao Paulo, Brazil, the subject aircraft shown above, N750US a Boeing 727-214, s/n 21512 underwent comprehensive and detailed operation / pre-buy inspection for the benefit of SP Cargo a new upstart cargo carrier from Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Both the 94th ACG & PAC were acting as SP Cargo primary Aviation Consultants concerning all issues with aircraft acquisition and regulatory compliance / acceptance from various Lessors / Leasing Companies.
The "Team" are what folks are calling 'The Gate Keepers" to ensure that client gets a proper, safe and regulatory compliance aircraft able to meet all requirements both here in the United States and in this the Country of Brazil. The "Team" due diligence and no nonsense approach and respect / compliance toward the regulations and their combined overall experience of well over 35 years has already disqualified several aircraft's that were present to SP Cargo as candidates for consideration.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group and The Walker Air Force Base Museum of Roswell, New Mexico

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Founder & CEO Benny Benitez and USAF Brig. General (Ret.) Douglas J. Murray Dean of Academics, New Mexico Military Institute
The "Team" of the Walker Air Force Base Museum Steering Committee Group of Roswell, New Mexico
Roswell, New Mexico August 18-20th, 2008: As a National and Global Aviation Consultant Firm, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) extends its community service well beyond the South Florida "305" area, as its a founding, strong and active supporter of the Walker Air Force Base Museum in Roswell, New Mexico. The former USAF base was home to the nations first ever Atomic Bomber Wing consisting of the famed Boeing B-29 "Super Fortress" and of course the center of the 1947 "Roswell Incident".
The 94th ACG is spearheading the support of the Aviation Industry with such Companies as Boeing, Pratt & Whitney, General Dynamics, and Northrope / Grumman to name a few for their support, as well as the link between the Museum and the Air Force Association (AFA) of which the 94th ACG Founder and CEO is the Miami Chapter, the 317th Vice President.
The Museum is in its early stages of planning and establishment. Once accomplished, it will commemorate the service in which the Walker Air Force Base gave to this great nation both in peace time and in war, as well as serve as a combined learning center in association with the Eastern New Mexico University.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Delpoys to Calgary, Canada to undertake a Piaggio P-180 Pre-Buy Inspection

Mr. Joe Viveiros, Business Development for Albatros Aircraft Corp. and Benny F. Benitez at the Corporate Jet Air Ramp at Calgary International Airport (YYC)

Piaggio Ship Serial No. 1133 / C-GPII at Calgary International Airport (YYC)

Calgary, Canada Monday July 7th-10th, 2008: On its ever relentless mission to expand their global service market, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) was called upon by the Chennai, India based Conglomerate known as Ramco Industries / Madras Cements to provide them the technical, regulatory and professional services in which the 94th ACG, under the command of its Founder and CEO, Mr. Benny F. Benitez is known and well respected for through out the global aviation market, so as to establish a proper pre-buy, technical and regulatory review of the subject aircraft C-GPII (shown above) prior to purchase.

Acting on a short notice / advisement to deploy, the team consisting of Mr. Benitez and Mr. Gary Marange a former Transport Canada Inspector and an associate of the Firm, arrived into Calgary 72 hours after being advised, so as to act for the benefit of their client. The team was received and liaised with the professional and knowledgeable technical staff at Corporate Jet Air were C-GPII was located at and who kindly assisted in opening up the aircraft for inspection and spotting it for its systems power run-ups and taxi test.

Saturday, June 28, 2008

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Strategic Alliance Partner AEROLINK Attendends Colombian Air Force Air Show

"Natalie" of AEROLINK is seen here onboard a Colombian Army UH-60A (serial number 82-4747) manning a General Electric 7.62 mm M124 Minigun with a firing rate of 2,000 to 4,000 rounds per minute.
Medellin, Colombia July 2008: Via the established Strategic Alliance by and between the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) and the Miami based parts providing Firm headed up by Ms. Natalie Carbonell (show above), know as AEROLINK, (94th ACG) was well represented at the special Colombian Military Aviation / Trade show held in Medellin.
With assistance from the U.S. Department of Commerce, both AEROLINK & the (94th ACG) established ties with key Colombian Military Officers in charged of various and certain military aviation programs. Expanding on its US Govt. DoD relationship and having assisted the Colombian National Police Force (i.e. the PNC), in the pass with lost adjustment claims toward downed UH-60 "Black Hawks" UH-1 "Hueys" and other rotor platform, the (94th ACG) is poised to work on various "low key" projects with "complimenting" agencies both here within the U.S and in Colombia on aviation support issues.

Monday, June 2, 2008

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group, Summit Aviation and U.S. Century Bank of Miami

Jorge Fernandez Summit President, Benny Benitez Founder / CEO 94th ACG & Manny Lopez, CFP Summit Dir. of Finance

Miami, Florida May 2008: The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) continues to establish their niche and reputation within the Banking Community of Miami by rendering their ability to perform technical appraisals, audits and surveys for the sake of Bank Presidents, Board of Directors and Lending Officers.
Recently, the 94th ACG was called upon by U.S. Century Bank to assist in the technical appraisal of Summit Aerospace three facilities located within the Miami International Airport area.
Having audited many FAR-145 Repair Stations, both domestically and Internationally, we were highly impressed with the high level of professionalism and quality that was evident within the Summit Aerospace facilities. We commend Mr. Jorge Fernandez, President of Summit Aerospace on establishing and maintaining a top notch operation.

Saturday, May 24, 2008

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group and Kommodoro Linhas Aereas, Ltda. do Brasil

Benny Benitez 94th ACG Founder & CEO with Kommodoro Airlines of Brazil President Rodolfo da Cosat Alencar close a deal in as the 94th ACG will assist in securing financing for future aircraft purchases
Pictured left to right: Ray Lawson Managing Director for South East Insurance a Strategic Alliance Partner of the 94th ACG, Rodolfo da Costa Alencar, President of Kommodoro Airlines and 94th ACG Consulting Director of Brazilian Aviation Affairs / Market Roosevelt Viana
Miami, Florida May 2008: With an established relationships in which the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) has and maintains with various Miami based Banks, such as Plus International, U.S. Century and Florida Community Bank, as well as with a Swiss based group known as American-Swiss Bank "Amsussie" the 94th ACG has become known as a provider of financial solutions within the Aviation Market.
Recently, Kommodoro Airlines of Brazil engaged with the 94th ACG for their assistance to located and secure founding for the pending purchase for an undisclosed number of jet cargo aircraft for their operations within Brazil.
Kommodoro Airlines shall enjoy the blending of technical, regulatory and financial approach in which the 94th ACG applies toward its client. The 94th ACG is also being recognized by the U.S. Government EX IM Bank, as an added value provider for "EX IM" loans in Aviation.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Operates in Honduras

94th ACG Founder & CEO, Benny Benitez meets with the Honduran DGAC Director Mr. Guillermo Seaman in the Capital City of Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Benny Benitez, Founder & CEO of the 94th ACG with Miguel Averalo Owner & CEO of Atlantic Airlines accompanied by Robert Fairless, Associated Consultant of the 94th ACG and CEO of Vector, Inc.
La Ceiba, Honduras, May 2008: After a success and productive visit to Santo Domingo concerning the SAAB 340 issue, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) relocated to Cayman to meet with Cayman Airlines ex-CEO Mr. Mike Adams before being once again assigned on behave of Plus International Bank of Miami (ref: toward U.S. Govt EX IM Bank) to La Ceiba, Honduras so as to undertake a full blown airline audit of Atlantic Airlines.
The 94th ACG group relocated from Cayman to La Ceiba, Honduras via Atlantic Airlines B737-200 (HR-ATN s/n 23040). While on the ground in La Ceiba, the 94th ACG administrated a full blown airline audit to provide the Bank with an established first hand knowledge of the operator potential, and weakness. The fleet in which was reviewed by the 94th ACG consisted of B737-200's, LET 410's, Fokker F-27's and one lone AVRO HS-748! (HR-ATC).
Atlantic Airlines Owner and CEO, Mr. Miguel Arevalo and his staff were open, respective and helpful during the "ALL ACCESS" inspection and audit. The culmination of the assignment for the 94th ACG was taking an Atlantic Airlines flight from La Ceiba to the Capital of Tegucigalpa on board in what could very well be the only airworthy AVRO HS-748 within the whole of Latin America, so as to meet with the head of the Honduran Civil Aviation (DGAC) Director, Mr. Guillermo Seaman to discuss the affairs of Civil Aviation both in Honduran and Central America, as well as the DGAC outlook and experience with Atlantic Airlines.

Thursday, May 1, 2008

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group in Santo Domingo

Pictured above left to right: Simon Cruz, President Plus Int'l Bank, Benny Benitez Founder & CEO of the 94th ACG, Rafael Rosado, Owner & CEO of CaribAir, and Robert Fairless CEO of Vector, Inc. and Associated Consultant of the 94th ACG

Santo Domingo, May 2008: From May 5th to the 9th, elements of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) whistle providing technical assistance toward their client, Plus International Bank of Miami (in support of U.S. Govt. EX IM Bank), operated within the Dominican Republic, concerning the inspection and audit of the first two SAAB 340's ever registered within Santo Domingo.
The 94th ACG liaised with the local operator known as CaribAir who is the first airline to operate the SAAB-340's within the Dominican Republic for revenue service.
Aircraft's HI-848 (s/n 128) & HI-868 (s/n 138) under went a full physical inspection, records audit and appraisal for the benefit of the Bank and had their hull's/ net value confirmed.
While there, the 94th ACG got a real first hand look at the schedule charter and corporate aviation sectors within the Dominican Republic and wasted no time to establish potential contacts with local aviation entities for future use and business prospects.

Monday, April 21, 2008

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group and the Salvage of a C-130/B in Burkina Faso, Africa

Burkina Faso, Africa 4th Quarter 2007: Base on the Firms proven and established experience concerning the salvage of large commercial aircraft with their skills having been put to the test time after time within the interior of Latin America as a whole for the benefit of Airclaims, Inc. and London Underwriters, the 94th ACG was summoned by a South African organization to advise and guide on the successful salvage of a Lockheed C-130B within the interior of Burkina Faso, Africa.
Elements of a U.S. based security detail accompanied the 94th ACG advisors to Africa, as well as into the interior of Burkina Faso to assure a secured work / operational zone, as well as overall safety. Working with the local Government, vast number of labor was provided to make up for the lack of heavy equipment, usually associated with the salvage of such large aircraft. Originally, the ex-Algerian aircraft was downed by small arms ground fire and MANPADS / Shoulder to Surface fired missile back in 2005.
Due to the shear real-world flying experience of the "Aussie" crew and despite the heavy structural damage to "AF-93 Black" from the sustained fire, the crew was able to make an emergency landing 28 miles south of the town of Dori in Burkina Faso with no injury to crew or post crash landing fire.

Saturday, April 19, 2008

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Visit and Meets with Dove Air, Inc.

Ashville, North Carolina April 2008: In our relentless and never ending effort to establish relationship with specialized Companies, Firms and Organizations for the benefit of our established and future clients, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group had the pleasure of visiting and meeting with Dove Air, Inc. With a constant and solid presence within the pages of the Executive Controller publication, Dove Air, Inc., located on the grounds of Ashville Regional Airport (AVL) in Ashville, North Carolina is a leader within the business of buying and selling Corporate Jets.
With a current inventory of about 15 aircraft's worth well over 20 Million Dollars, Dove Air, Inc. brings a presence to the industry that we got to experience first hand. Having had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Joe Ducan, the President, as well as his entire staff, we observed a well organized, professional and courteous organization. Their facilities were of immaculate status with very little to no risk causing issues noted. We are looking at such an organization so as to establish a Strategic Alliance concerning the realm of Corporate Jet sales within the East Coast of the United States.
www.doveair.com / Tel: 828-651-0067

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Riyhad Saudi Arabia April 2008: Based on a formal invitation into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, elements of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group from Europe were authorized and honored with the ability to enter the Kingdom through the authority and kindness of his Royal Highness, the King for the sole purpose to conduct a pre-buy physical inspection and records audit / inventory of the above Boeing KC-135. Do toward the sensativty of this project no further details could be furnished. The vist was authorized for 96 hours.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Called Upon By Belgium Client

Ashville, North Carolina April 17th 2008: Saturday April 11th, the call came into the duty officer cell phone. Our client in Belgium, known as Air Traders Belgium (ATB) called asking if we were available to deploy to Ashville, North Carolina on their behave to perform a physical & regulatory records audit on the 1968 Gulfstream G-IISP shown above, N225MS (s/n-1159-8).
Ever since our inspection five years ago, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group has specialized within the realm of Corporate and General aviation aircraft concerning physical inspections, regulatory records audit, risk management, and post accident claims advisement's.
From Cessna 208 Amphibian's at Wipaire toward what we called a "Clone" Boeing Business Jet belonging to the Peruvian Presidential Flight of "Grupo 8" in Lima, Peru to G-II's belonging to Saudi Airlines "Special Flight" division, our detail inspections and clear no nonsense reporting commonly known to Underwriters within "the boxes" on the floor of Lloyd's of London to Bank Board of Directors in New York and Miami, has assisted many of our clients to make the intelligent choice when undertaking an investment such as the purchase of a Corporate and / or a General Aviation aircraft.

Saturday, April 12, 2008

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Welcomes Our Newest Addition to the Crew

Maite's R-44 (N121AH) Familiarization Flight with
Pilot Mr. Thay Humes of Humes McCoy Aviation Atlanta, Georgia.
Miami April 2008: The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group takes great pleasure in announcing and welcoming onboard Ms. Maite Munoz as our Consulting Sr. Manager System Operations Latin America / Technical Translator (Spanish). Ms. Munoz bring a wealth of business management experience as well as solid airline operation experience, as she served with American Airlines operations in Caracas, Venezuela for many years.
Ms. Munoz attention to detail and shear ability to handle any situation with the utmost of ease makes her an indispensable and valuable asset to the group.
Ms. Munoz holds a degree in Business Administration within the travel sector from the University of Caracas. In a joint venture with her travel company, VuelaGobal, Ms. Munoz is overseeing the creation of our internal travel department for our world wide consulting staff travel needs. We look forward to many great and productive years. We are both proud and glad to have Ms. Munoz as part of our crew. WELCOME ABOARD!

Friday, April 4, 2008

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group and Miami Classic Propliners

Opa Locka, Florida April 2008: As both an advocate and supporter of historic aviation worldwide, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) has proudly observed the progress of a local Miami project with great stride and accomplishment. Ever since its arrival into Opa Locka Airport two years ago, the above Douglas DC-7 under the talent, experience and effort of one Mr. Carlos Gomez of Legendary Airlines who is transforming what was once a well weather worn DC-7 (seen above) into a glimmering example an Eastern Airlines commercial aircraft of the 1950 era, has captured a great period of aviation history.
With our recent involvement with the newly created and launched National Museum of Commercial Aviation located at Atlanta Hartsfield Airport (ATL), we will see as to how we, the (94th ACG) could blend and pair up what appears to be two tremendous groups who will safe guard and preserve the presence of the Classic Propliners and the History of Commercial Aviation in our Nation.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group and the University of Miami USAF ROTC Graduate who's Flying High

Coconut Grove, Florida April 2008: With our organization level of Community service here in Miami, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) has and continues to work closely with the University of Miami (U of M) U.S.A.F ROTC Cadet Corp via our relationship with the AIR FORCE ASSOCIATION (AFA) http://www.afa.org/
We are proud of one individual who since being a ROTC Cadet at U of M has proudly taken flight. 2nd Lt. Brandon Viani USAF (green flight suit), who graduated last year 2007 from U of M is currently under going preliminary USAF flight training. While working at mentoring and guiding the ROTC Cadets, 2nd Lt. Viani displayed a great level of dedication and professionalism, which has and will continue to propel him in his USAF Pilot career. We at the 94th ACG are proud to have seen the "Roll out and Launching" of a great aviation / flying career in 2nd Lt. Viani, we wish you blue skies and fair winds.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Delivers a Piper Aztec to Client in Roatan, Honduras

June 2006 Miami, Florida: The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) was retained by a U.S. Central American Construction Company to oversee the inspection, purchase and delivery of their first ever Company aircraft. TradeMark Builder of Roatan, Honduras engaged with the (94th ACG) to ensure the successful acquisition and delivery of their Piper Aztec N40603.
The (94th ACG) in conjunction with their Aviation Strategic Alliance Partners (A.S.A.P's) Atlantic Aviation of Tamiami Airport (KTMB) undertook the pre-buy inspection of the aircraft.
Upon a successful inspection by Atlantic Aviation and identifying well over 18 squawks of which the seller properly addressed, the aircraft was ready for delivery.
After rendering the plane a proper exterior detailing and interior deep cleaning, as well as all the applicable ferry flight insurance paperwork and other related documents were in order, the ferry pilot was called into play. Mr, Chris Waltson an experienced and well respected ferry pilot and both a friend and associated of the Firm was summoned to deliver N40603 to Roatan (RTB). Pilot in Command Waltson successfully and in a timely manner delivered the aircraft to the client who were amazed and delighted at the level of client / customer service in which they experienced from the monument they signed the retainer with the Firm until the aircraft was delivered in a brilliant exterior shine and squeaky clean logbook.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Provides Initial Insurance Claim Advisement to Opa Locka Airmen

September 2008 Opa-Locka, Florida: Last year the 94th AeroCliams-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) were the first on the scene at Opa Locka Airport (KOPF) when a Cessna 208 Caravan (N701SE) and a Beech 18 (N18R) collided on a taxiway in near prefect clear visibility. Apparently, the Cessna 208 was cleared by the tower to a certain spot on the taxiway nearest the U.S. Customs Building, as it was returning from a Caribbean destination whistle, the Beech 18 was cleared to the same location by Ground Control.
Both aircraft sustain repairable structural damage. The Cessna C-208 was ultimately repair by ALCA Avionics who performed a near flawless repair scheme and repair. The Beech was repair by an unknow facility. Associate Consultant, Mr. Mike Gabriel shown above checks out the Beech right hand leading edge which sustained the brunt of the damage caused when the Cessna 208 propeller ripped into it.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group On The Asian Route To Shanghai

Tuesday February 26th, 2008: Chasing the Sunset! With our entry into huge and dynamic Chinese Aviation Market, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) chased the sunset from Minneapolis to Narita, Japan in route to reach Shanghai, China, while traveling aboard NorthWest Airline Boeing 747-451, N662US, s/n 23720.
We experienced the delightful service in NorthWest First / Business Class cabin , which made the flight a memorable one on our first venture into Asia from our normal business area of operation which normally is the Caribbean and the whole of Latin America.
Flying over the vast and isolated expanse of the North Pacific made one fully appreciated the security and dependability of a four engine aircraft such as the marvelous Boeing 747, the true and undisputed Queen of the sky.

Saturday, March 29, 2008

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Assist Credomatic Bank with RVSM Issues toward their Lear 60

May-September 2006 Miami, Florida: The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group(94th ACG)was called upon by the Credomatic Bank of Nicaragua to assist them in obtaining their Reduced Vertical Spacing Means "RVSM" certification for their Bombardier LearJet 60, N380BA, s/n 292.
The 94th ACG provided their technical publication expertise to create Credomatic Flight Department RVSM Manual for FAA review and certification.
The Firm liaised and engaged with the Miami Flight District International Office (FSDIO) who oversee all regulatory and certification issues on U.S. Registered aircraft which operate in Latin America, so as to assist Credomatic in obtaining full RVSM certification. Credomatic RVSM manual was created in accordance with all applicable FAR's, advise and guidance received from the FAA.
Despite having to deal with the common bureaucracy that appears to stymie the FAA at times, as well as an embarrassing issue in which the local FSDIO actually lost the submitted RVSM manual with their very own office spaces resulted in Firm having various meetings with the FSDIO manager and after expressing thier displeasure the Firm contacted the local Congressional office of the honorable Congressman Lincoln Diaz Belard (Rep.) who serves on U.S. Aviation Sub-Committee, the manual was found and approved by the FAA with no further delays.