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.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Assist Their Client Expand Their Busniess, Establish a Niche Market, Share and Presence

Shown in front of an Rolls Royce RB211-22B in the process of being parted out is 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Founder and CEO Benny Benitez who never misses an opportunity to hang up the suit and tie and retreat from his office in Coconut Grove to exercise his FAA A&P license and to liaise with his clients in a technical and operational environment

Despite being consider a relic of the pass, the Rolls Royce RB211-22B Turbo-Fan engine still commands a need and a great many such units as shown above have been shipped from the Southwest region of the United States to Miami for tear-down and shipped overseas

A true staple of the engine market is venerable Pratt & Whitney JT8D Turbo-Jet engine. The local Miami market to date and according to the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group monitoring of the market have properly identified well over ten F.A.A FAR-145 Repair Shops for this particular engine model
Shown is the General Electric CFM56-3B Engine poised for tear down. The CFM56 tear-down market is robust and expanding as the many removed from service B737-300 & 400 are being parted out and revenue generating parts such as their engines are harvested

Miami, Florida 23rd September 2009: NOTE: for the purpose of this article and so as to maintain operational secret "opsec" and to comply with an established and legal non-disclosure, the client within this article shall be referred to as X-44.
Since the commencement of this year third business quarter, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) has been engaged with X-44 in developing and establishing their quality control, FAA drug approved program and their client care programs, as well as an inner company risk awareness and control program to which they, X-44 not requiring to be an FAA approved FAR-145 operation acts and maintains key FAR-145 qualities, to which have been both noticed and recognized by their clientele world wide.
The established and recorded proof has been the increase based on shear volume of engines in which since commencement of the service provided by the 94th ACG the client, X-44 have accomplished, hence (parted out) over 18 engines within 120 plus days.
The 94th ACG has also brought to their client a direct venue to the British Ministry of Defense (MoD) to provide RB211-22B modules for the (MoD) support of their RAF 216th L-1011 tanker / refueling squadron based at RAF Air Base Brize Norton.
The 94th ACG shall remain embedded with X-44 for the duration of the remaining calendar year as stipulated per their service agreement at which such time, the client, X-44 appears to re-retain the 94th ACG to explore the possibility of investors.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Revisits The Crash Site of Eastern Airlines Flight 401 For an Aviation Archaeological Project

Shown at the launch site is the sole mode of travel within the Everglades and access to the crash site. Complements to Cooper Town AirBoats who donated the transportation to assist with this aviation archaeological project and survey of a historical crash site
Until such time that this piece of wreckage is properly recovered from the site and taken back to the 94th ACG technical work scope located at Opa Locka Airport for identification it appears that this piece may be the inner side of a wing fuel tank as evident of the sealant displayed

Shown in close detail one could clearly see that despite over 37 years of being out within the Everglades, this piece of wreckage off aircraft N310EA shows very little sign of visual corrosion and upon further inspection the gray color sealant seen still had some gummy / rubbery feel to it

Al Naranjo closely inspects the first large part of wreckage located from the Lockheed L-1011, tail number N310EA which was located at the former, 37 year old crash site, located about 10 miles into the Everglades off tamiami trails and slightly south of Krome avenue

Utilizing his post crash site management and clean up experience, Benny plots the area of the Eastern Airline Flight 401, 1972 crash site with GPS coordinates for future survey and possible recovery of historical artifacts from the worlds first ever crash of a wide body "Jumbo Jet"

Miami, Florida 12th September 2009: Aside of the the multiple, diverse and global service retainers in which the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) engages and services concerning local, private, State and Governmental clients, the group donates a large amount of their professional time and talent toward benevolent and community orientated project, such as assisting the Eastern Airlines Flight 401 Tribute Group. The 94th ACG is a strong supporter and corporate sponsor of the Eastern Airlines Flight 401 Tribute Group which consist of various survivors who are raising awareness toward the 1972 crash in which despite the large lost of lives, the crash has contributed a great deal toward the industry in which all of us as the flying public have benefit from.
Items such as the industry establishment of Crew Resource Management (CRM), flashlight for flight attendants, Ground Prox Warning System (GPWS) and the requirement of Air Traffic Approach Controller to report altitude to the crews all stemed from the crash of Flight 401.
The 94th ACG along with the assistance of the Air Boat Association of Florida (AAOF) and Cooper Town led a survey group which included surviving cabin-crew and passengers to the crash site so as to survey the area, record and identify the wreckage, which despite the passing of over 37 years, they still rest in the same spot in which they ended up in. The 94th ACG is assisting the Eastern Airlines Flight 401 Tribute to establish a historical / aviation tour for the benefit of the organization.