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.

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.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Experts in Hyrdo-Aviation, Sea Planes & Amphibian Aircrafts

July-November, 2008 Minneapolis, Michigan: The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) was called up by Sea Planes of Key West to provided technical and regulatory assistance in conducting their pre-buy, physical inspection and records audit toward a Cessna 206 and 208 amphibian aircraft at the Wipaire facility in Minneapolis. Our inspection covered all aspects of both aircraft's and their associated technical records.
The 94th ACG successfully coordinated the Pratt & Whitney pre-buy Boroscope inspection of the C-208 PT6A Turbo-Prop engine, as well as the ferry flight of the C-208 from Minneapolis to Miami.
The 94th ACG is one if not the only Miami, Florida based Aviation Consulting Firm with an established background in Hydro-Aviation and who's interest in Hyrdo-Aviation is extensive and recognized by the worlds oldest and established organization within this realm of aviation, we refer to the Beriev Design Bureau of Russia, the world leader in Hydro-Aviation design.

Friday, March 28, 2008

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Operates Out Managua, Nicaragua Bell 206 Inspection

May 25-29th, 2007 Managua, Nicaragua: Bay Shore Helicopter, Inc. of Miami, Florida called upon the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) to assist them in the inspection and sale of their Bell 206 "Bell Ranger" N5006H (s/n 2475).
The 94th ACG travel to Managua, Nicaragua to inspect the Bell 206B "Bell Ranger" Helicopter and review the applicable technical records. N5006H was being present to the Government of Daniel Ortega, the current President of Nicaragua.
The 94th ACG met with key official of the Nicaraguan Government and had the ability to briefly meet President Ortega, who was very inquisitive about Helicopters. Assigning one of our more experienced rotary associated-consulting technicians, Mr. Jose H. Leal FAA A&P Lic. (shown above), the 94th ACG conducted their technical / regulatory due diligence in allocated time and with the highest level of professionalism and quality.
Our reputation with Government officials in Latin America has exposed our name and reputation to the Presidential Offices of Nicaragua and Peru.
94th ACG Rotary experience also includes the fact that the 94th ACG is the official representative for ENSTROM Helicopters into the Caribbean and Central American region since 2004 and also works closely with Humes McCoy Aviation of Atlanta, Georgia, another Helicopter organization and in 2005 approached Hindustand Aeronautics, Ltd of Bombay India to be their technical representative for the Latin American region concerning their indigenous built "Dhruv" Multi-Mission Helicopter of which dialogs continue between Miami and Bombay.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Technical & Regulatory Overseers of South Florida Only Operational Be-103

July, 2007 -On Going: Ever since July of 2007, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) has been providing technical, regulatory and administrative advisement and guidance to the owners of the sole Russian, FAA Certified, operational Beriev, Be-103 in the whole of South Florida and the Caribbean. The aircraft N13KL, with Russian manufacture s/n 3301 is currently based out of Opa-Locka Airport (KOPF) and operates under FAR Part 91.
In coloration with ALCA Avionics, an approved and fully certified FAA Repair Station, also based at Opa Locka Airport, provide the technical man-power and under the consulting guidance of the 94th ACG, all aircraft scheduled maintenance items are addressed and maintained. The aircraft is powered by two Lycoming IO-36OES4 with a maximum take-off weight of 2,269kg (5,000lb). For additional information on the aircraft and its manufacture go to http://www.beriev.com/
The 94th ACG has the unique distension of being the ONLY Aviation Consulting Firm in the Country to overseer the first ever Russian-type / made aircraft to receive U.S. FAA Type Certification. The 94th ACG was recognized by the Beriev Design Bureau Deputy Director General & Chief Designer, Mr. Vadim V. Zadanevich during Beriev Miami visit in December 2007.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group in Puerto Rico as Technical Surveyors for a Miami based Law Firm

September 20-21st, 2007 San Juan, Puerto Rico: The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) established and recognized ability to transcend the realm between the technical and legal arenas of Aviation and having served as "Aviation Legal Expert Witness" toward many cases in Miami, with an established record of successful ending toward the many legal cases in which they served on as well as being chosen by the Miami-Dade County District Attorney's Office to act as the D.A. Aviation Expert Witness in the landmark case toward two former America West Airline Pilots, who were charged with being intoxicated, and who were successfully prosecuted, in the first ever case in the U.S. where as Airline Pilots were found guilty and charged to serve jail time for alcoholic intoxication while on duty at the control of an Airbus A-319, the 94th ACG was called upon yet another Miami based Legal Firm.
The Law Firm of Stearns, Weaver, Miller and Weissier called upon the 94th ACG to assist them as their Technical Surveyors concerning a ground incident at the Santana FBO involving their client, a Puerto Rican based cargo carrier, known as 4 Star Air Cargo. The subject aircraft a Douglas DC-3, bearing tail No. 131FS, sustained extensive ground damage while stationary to its rudder and elevator areas as a result of being blown by a Bombardier Global Express belonging to United Technologies, bearing tail No. N34U whistle taxing into the Santana FBO ramp area.
The 94th ACG deployed to San Juan, Puerto Rico to inspected and document the damaged aircraft to assist the Firm toward their legal approach on behave of their client.

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Audits and Inspected the Peruvain Presidental B737-500 FAP-356

September 10-14th, 2007 Lima, Peru: The Montreal, Canadian based Company known as ACASS called up the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group of Miami (94th ACG) to act as their technical / regulatory advisers and auditors concerning the inspection and review of the Peruvian Presidential Boeing 737-500, bearing Peruvian Air Force s/n FAP-356 on behave of a Saudi Arabian client who was considering the aircraft for purchase.
The experience of the 94th ACG concerning Boeing Maintenance Program Documents (MPD) and their technical due diligence reviled serious problems with the schedule maintenance program in as the Peruvian Air Force (FAP) accomplished all of their scheduled 2 year Boeing interval checks in accordance with the Boeing Low Utilization Maintenance Program "LUMP" but they were all off by one year in sequence.
The aircraft which was delivered by Boeing to the (FAP) in 1995 should have had its first C-check done in 1997, but instead it was accomplished in 1998 and all checks therefore were off by one year. Subsequently, other issues such as the Boeing PATS Aux-Fuel Tank (A.D.) were discovered by the 94th ACG which made the aircraft unappealing to the Saudi buyer and therefore was not purchased. The 94th ACG experience and recommendation saved the potential buyer from serious conformity / certification problems thus making the 94th ACG a well worth "Added Value" market assest.

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Assist GA Telesis to Repo their B727's from Lloyd Aero Boliviano

June 5-16th, 2007 Cochabama, Bolivia: Linguistically capable, bi-lingual in Spanish and armed with an established presence and level of experience with such issues as maintenance, engineering, project management and leasing / contract, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group was called upon by GA Telesis of Fort Lauderdale, Florida to assist them in the repossession of two of their B727-200's CP-2455 formerly N910PG (s/n 2206) and CP-2324 formerly N918PG (s/n 21823) from the 80 year old Bolivian carrier known as Lloyd Aero Bolivano (LAB), the Country's first established commercial airlines for lack of payment in excess of 18 months.
Our experience concerning aircraft leasing / contracts dates back to our experience with ITOCHU AirLease in which we assisted their technical department when ITOCHU was based in Greenwich, CT. Our experience also extend to working with GECAS and CIT in these matters.
Oddly enough, 94th ACG Founder & CEO "Benny" was on site with his team in engaged dialog with LAB leaders, as well as with the local Bolivian DGAC in Cochabama concerning what then appeared to be the ultimate shut down of one of Latin America's oldest Airline dating back to the 1920's.
The name "Beni / Benny" signifying the start and the end of Bolivian commercial aviation, as LAB first commercial aircraft in service dating back to 1920 was a Junkers F.13 float plane called "Beni". And "Benny" was the name of the person who objective / mission on behave of the client, GA Telesis was to yank the two remaining operational aircraft from LAB's fleet. The Alpha and the Omega shared the same name.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group 2005 American Airlines B767 Roswell Project

2005 94th ACG American Airlines B767 Roswell Project Crew

Summer of 2005 Roswell, New Mexico: In providing technical, risk and site management experience toward Scorggins Aviation, Inc., a Las Vegas based Aviation Company, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) successfully managed and supervised the "Parting-Out" management and disassembling of 4ea. American Airlines first ever fleet B767-223. Providing the highest level of guidance, safety and effective site management, the 94th ACG was successful in accomplishing the parting-out of the first B767-223 aircraft in harvesting well over 4,000 items off the aircraft within 18 calendar days with all parts properly recorded, logged, prepared and packed for shipping and transport from the site.
American Airlines first ever fleet B767-223, N301AA s/n 22307 was the first aircraft in which the, 94th ACG undertook with no production delays, injury to personal and / or damage to any of the 4,000 items removed from the aircraft, as well within the established operational budget. We have performed similar task in such places as Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela and Ghana.

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group engaging with Mexico first CRJ-50 operator ALMA Airlines

Thursday February 21st, 2008 Guadalajara, Mexico: Upon our return from Holland, we deployed South of the boarder to meet with Mexico first operator of the CRJ-50.
Aerolineas Meso American (ALAMA), headquatered in Guadalajara, Mexico operates an existing fleet of 21 CRJ-50's with anticipation to reach 34 aircraft by years end 2008. In a joint project venture with AeroLink of Miami, an established part provider, the 94th ACG and AeroLink plan to assist ALMA Airlines with C-Check pre-planning for consumables and pre-draw items and assist in purchasing of key CRJ-50 parts.
The 94th ACG amble amount of experience with the CRJ-50 shall be an added value service to ALAMA, Airlines, as their influence was greatly applied in assisting Raleigh / Durham based Midway Airlines back in the late 90's to certified and implement their initial fleet of 10 aircraft from production.


As an established, recongzined and respected member of the South Florida / Miami aviation business community, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group is an avid supporter or our Troops. We are creating a program to launch in the 3rd quater of 2008 to show support for our Troops to be called "Adopt a Unit" In as Miami based aviation companies will support and sponsor world wide U.S. Military Units. We the 94th ACG plan to adopt the 482nd Fighter Wing / the 93rd "The Makos" F-16 Fighter Squadron (shown above) of Homestead Air Force Base

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Supports the Air Force Association in Miami

Friday March 9th 2007 Homestead, Florida: As a supporter and active member of the Air Force Association (AFA) the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group with the help of the AFA Miami Chapter 317th and Chapter President, Mr. Michael Clark (AFRES) organized a "Corporate Sponsor" host day at Homestead A.F.B, Homestead, Florida to show appreciation to all of the Miami based Aviation Companies who have assisted the AFA / Miami Chapter with Corporate donations.
The Miami Chapter of AFA works and support the U.S. Air Force ROTC Cadet Corp. at Miami University (U of M) as well as local Veteran Hospital and issues while promoting the teaching of science, aerospace and airpower among American high school and college students.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Works with Florida International University to Display an An-2 Cuban Aircraft

Seen here is Mr. Oscar Garcia, Chairman of Interflight Consulting Group (IFG) of Miami a supporter of the "Painted Cuban Airplane Project" CU-1086 is shown here at Tamiami-Kendall Airport (KTMB) with its wings removed for transport through the streets of Miami and its Afro-Caribbean paint scheme adoring only half of the aircraft fuselage.
Thursday March 27th, 2008 Miami, Florida: CUBA LIBERE! In a community volunteer support effort toward the Cuban Miami population, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) in coordination with C3TS Engineers Architects Planners of Miami and the Florida International University (FIU) are working together to preserve and display an ex-Cuban Antonov An-2 aircraft as a suspended art piece within one of FIU campus building. Defecting from Cuba in 2002, the An-2, still bearing Cuban civil registration "CU-1086" brought a Cuban family to freedom when landing at Key West Int'l Airport (EWY).
The bold and dynamic Afro-Caribbean paint scheme representing freedom of speech and expression found here in America and not in Cuban was created and painted by renowned Cuban-American Artist Mr. Xavier Cortada. CU-1086 will be on public display at the Miami FIU Kendall campus by the middle of Summer 2008.
It should be noted that Miami based Lawyer Mr. Scott Leeds, Esq. was the person who's efforts and funds back in 2003 got CU-1086 from languishing on the ramp at (EWY) and brought the aircraft to Miami with the technical help and aircraft salvage / transport experience of the 94th ACG and Atlantic Aviation, Inc.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Opens Up the China Market to Miami with a Shanghai, China Visit

Monday March 3rd 2008 Shanghai, China: On assignment for a Middle Eastern client, the 94th AeroClaim-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) in unison with Canadian General Aircraft Company of Calgary, Canada visited and liaised with key individuals and leaders within China Eastern Airlines, concerning the detailed maintenance inspection and records review of their fleet of 9ea. MD-90, V2500 powered aircraft.
During this time, meetings were also held with the STARCO Repair facility located in Shanghai. Being part of Singapore Technologies, STARCO is a joint venture by and between Singapore Technologies and China Eastern Airlines. As a secondary objective toward our mission while Shanghai, China, the 94th ACG explored and established ties to bring the Miami MRO capability to the Chinese Aviation Market.

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group 2008 Fokker Services B.V.Visit

Monday February 11th, 2008 Bergen Op Zoom, Holland: Flying NorthWest Airlines from Minneapolis (MSP) to Amsterdam (AMS) onboard a A330 (N806NW), the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group paid a four day visit to the Fokker Facility, located in Bergen Op Zoom, Holland.
The purpose of our visitation was dual fold as to meet with Fokker and see first hand their full capability in their continuing support of the worldwide fleet of Fokker aircraft, in which according to Mr. Peter van Oostrum, Fokker Business Development Manager, there are over 650 hulls (combined models) still operating.
Second was to physically inspected and review the records on 2ea. Ex-GIR Jet F-100's from the Barcelona based operator. Ex-GIR Jet Fokker F-100's EC-IPV s/n 11451 & EC-JJM s/n 11497 were inspected for our client benefit.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

The National Musuem of Commercial Aviation of Atlanta Georgia

Mr. Benny Benitez, Founder & CEO of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group is photographed with Captain Chuck Maire NMCA-Chairman of the Board.
Thursday March 20th, 2008 Atlanta, Georgia: The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group (94th ACG) was present for the ceremony of the establishment of the interim headquarters & research "air-chive" for the Country first ever National Museum of Commercial Aviation located at the front door of the world's busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International (ATL). In attendance at the event were such distinguish guest as Mr. William Usery, Former U.S. Secretary of Labor and Georgia Congressman Mr. David Scott.
The Museum will be situated in Clayton County and County Commissiors expressed their willing to see this project succeed by presenting a check in the amount of US$360,000.00 at the event. The 94th ACG shall be working closely with the Museum Chairman of the Board Captain Chuck Maire to rasie funds and obtain museum display aircraft, engines and equippment. The museum is 501(c)(3) organization and all dontation are tax-deductiable. http://www.nationalaviationmuseum.com/