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, November 23, 2010

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Oversees The Scheduled Maintenance Of Their Governmental Client New Air Assets

Aviation consultant and seasoned aircraft technician Mike Gizzi a well versed Boeing 747 specialist was an integral and highly regarded variable toward the operation overall success
Shown are two of over fifty six (56) aircraft technicians that were the work force which undertook the accomplishment and successful completion of the scheduled C-12 Check

Shown caught during the moment by the camera is " Benny" coordinating on the phone with various vendors to follow up on the arrival of required replacement parts for the aircraft. Note the missing weather radar unit, which was removed for maintenance
Shown still displaying the tail color of its former operator Japan Airlines (JAL) Boeing 747-400 serial number 27099 tail is shown basking in the desert sun while undergoing its maintenance inspection. The aircraft tail was painted overall white prior to finally delivery of the aircraft
A view of the aircraft port side wing with engines one and tow as viewed out of the cockpit overhead emergency escape hatch opening

Victorville, California 18th August to 20th September 2010: Call it a C-12 or D-Check regardless of its nomenclature title, the scheduled inspection in which aircraft 27099 undertook while at the authorized FAA repair station located at Victorville, California ensured full compliance with all applicable Boeing Maintenance Planning Document (MPD) items, required Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airworthiness Directives (A.D's) and various other requirements where all adhered to and properly accomplished.
The mission aircraft was found to have been in excellent condition when reviewed by the FAA repair station Quality Assurance Inspectors, who gave the aircraft a good once over during the inspection period.
Truly a testament to the quality of Japan Airline maintenance practice and operation of their fleet aircraft. The scheduled inspection flowed with no major set backs or unexpected finding normally associated with commercial aircraft such as corrosion, cracks and fatigue on various areas of its structure.
The aircraft was successfully delivered by mid-September and soon after its undertook its ferry flight to its final deliver site in the Middle East.

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Observes Boeing 787 Flight Test Operations At Victorville, California

N7874 taxing out for yet another late afternoon scheduled test flight. It was noted that Boeing test flight schedule was primarily performed with one sortie in the morning followed then by a mid day turn around with an average 14:30 PST time frame second launch of the day
Standing alone side the active runway, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group observes N7874 slowly taxing by under the power of its Rolls Royce engines
Boeing test aircraft "Dream Liner" rear fuselage section displays its U.S. Registration tail number of N7874. Note the horizontal stabilizer full deflected in the down position

Victorville, California 11th August 2010: While assigned to their project concerning the oversight heavy maintenance representation of their client 747-400, elements of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) were exposed to the presence of Boeing 787's flight test program, which was closely observed and monitored. Seizing on a tremendous opportunity to liaise with both flight test aircrew and engineers, elements of the (94th ACG) received a worth of general-unrestricted information concerning both the aircraft and the flight test syllabus while being deployed to Victorville, California.
This sort of familiarization "FAM" of the Boeing 787 and its flight testing gave the (94th ACG) a special prospective on the evolution toward certification of an new commercial airliner.
Its should be noted that this marks the second time that a representative of the (94th ACG) has had the professional industry pleasure of experiencing a Boeing product undergo initial certification, as its Founder & CEO Benny F Benitez back in the early 1990's was presented when Boeing 777 ship # WA004 in United Airlines colors was undergoing flight testing in Tucson, Arizona.

Monday, November 22, 2010

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Meets With Representative From The Client Nation At Their Overseas Facilities

"Benny" shown with clients Dr. "H" and Mr. "L" who were personally briefed and advised in person as to the technical status and operational condition of the former Japan Airlines B747-400, being considered for procurement by their Government
An aerial view of Baghdad International Airport taken of a USAF transport prior to the commence of what is known as a combat descent and approach. Standard procedure for incoming aircrews and flights when advised of daily "flying bullets"in and around the airport
The new passenger airport terminal shown during the early morning hours of the day

Baghdad, Iraq July 2010: After conducting a successful pre-buy technical and regulatory inspection of the subject aircraft in Victorville, California, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) provided their client a face to face technical / operational briefing. The ability for the (94th ACG) to transcend from the purely technical / operational realm and jargon so as to make non-technical aviation individuals, groups and committees understand "technical aircraft issues" is a valued trait that the (94th ACG) brings to their clients and industry. The client was please and fully understood the current status of the aircraft being considered for purchasing and shortly thereafter, the client proceeded and conclude the purchase of the aircraft from Japan Airlines.
Based on their quality and client driven values rendered toward their client during this first phase of the project, the (94th ACG) soon thereafter was appointed to oversee the aircraft required "next" scheduled heavy maintenance inspection (C-12 type inspection) in accordance with the Boeing Maintenance Program (MPD) which would occur in Victorville, California.

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Is Called Away To The High Desert of Southern California

"Benny" shown with client Mr. "N" along side the nose gear of the aircraft. "N" was dispatched so as to have been present during the pre-buy inspection of the aircraft, as conducted by the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group
The former Japan Airlines B747-400 Boeing s/n 27099 shown basking within the bright sunlight of the California High Desert of Victorville, California on the ramp at Southern California Aviation
JA8912 / S/N 27099 preparing for its pre-buy acceptance run up and systems check by the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group on site technical group . Million Air the main F.B.O situated at Victorville Airport (KVCV) provided ground support as shown with their air stair truck and ample amount of fuel
"Benny" within "The Yard" at Victorville with the subject aircraft JA8912 / s/n 27099 in the background accompanied with other wide bodies shown within the background
Looking a bit weathered beaten from the exposure of the harsh Southern California High Desert climate, JA8912 was found fully assembled and properly preserved and serviced.

Victorville, California 5th - 12th July 2010: Having received the call from their client, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) mounted up and head toward the high desert of Southern California, thus trading in their view of Biscayne Bay for the desert terrain of Victorville, California. The mission was to conduct a pre-buy inspection of a former Japan Airliners 747-400, which was being considered for purchase by their client.
The (94th ACG) arrived on station and immediately commenced to undertake the required inspection of the aircraft, which included a detailed visual inspection of the entire aircraft, an audit of the aircraft technical records, as well as a full system run and functional check. The (94th ACG) had the technical and professional pleasure to have operated jointly with a team of Japan Airlines Technical and Quality Assurance Department, which added to a successful pre-buy inspection for the benefit of their client.
The aircraft, which Japanese Civil Aviation registration of JA8912 and Boeing manufacture serial number 27099, was delivered to Japan Airlines in 1994 and it has served its entire operational life with Japan Airlines.