14 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS GLOBAL OPERATION-THE NAME YOU KNOW THE SOURCE THEY TRUST
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

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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.

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.