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, June 27, 2016

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Undertakes The Due Diligence To Conduct An Opinionated Fair Market Value Appraisal & Liquidated Value Of General Electric CFM56-3 Combustion Area Tooling



As the sole South Florida aviation consulting company, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) is trusted by many Banks to render proper industry value appraisals

Shown a some of over forty-five (45) pieces of General Electric (GE) CFM56-3 engine combustion area tooling at a local, FAA approved engine repair and overhaul shop with the (94th ACG) has to render their opinionated fair market appraised value as well as liquidated value for their Bank client

Since the commencement of the 1st quarter of 2016 to now the ending of the 2nd quarter 2016, the (94th ACG) has undertaken and accomplished a total of four (4) industry appraisals consisting  and totaling well over US$1,539,000.00 Dollars in appraised value items

Miami, Florida 24th June 2016: Having a mastering command and an unchallenged positioned among the many South Florida based Banks who deal with aviation equipment and tooling lending and financing, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) under the leadership of its Founder and CEO, Mr. Benny F. Benitez is the one aviation consultant firm which they call on.
Just this year alone within the first and second quarter, the (94th ACG) has render their skills and financial savvy toward a total of four (4) aviation equipment and tooling appraisal toward just one local, Miami, Florida Bank client totaling well over US$1.5 million in appraised assets for the sake of lending and financing, as this is but just one a several revenue generator channels that the (94th ACG) has and exercises.  
Currently, the (94th ACG) has been approached by Regions Bank who wishes to speak to the firm for possible assistance in related manners, as they too have noticed the potential that is the South Florida aviation market. The (94th-ACG) business forecasting predicts about three to four more related appraisals projects for the new to start third quarter of 2016.

Monday, June 6, 2016

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Industry Service Announcement / Up Coming Event / Save The Date 9th June 2016


A supporter of the AIR FORCE ASSOCIATION (AFA) since 2006 and a proud and active member of the Miami-Homestead AFA-317th

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Industry Service Announcement / Up Coming Event / Save The Date 15th June 2016


(Location To Be Annouced) 

A Supporter of the Miami Maintenance Management Council (MMMC) since 2004 and now a proud supporter of the newly developed South Florida Aviation Management Council (SFAMC) the continuation of the MMMC

Saturday, June 4, 2016

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Is An Invited Aviation Industry Guess To The Miami FBI Domestic Security Alliance Council Conference

The entrance sign at the newly built South Florida Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) field office "Miami" located in Miramar, Florida. This facility open back in 2015 and supports all FBI activity for the whole of South Florida

With the vast amount of aviation and aerospace manufacturing and repair facilities located in South Florida, aerospace related economic espionage is an issue of concern for the FBI

The converted Miami Division FBI patch

The Domestic Security Alliance Council (DSAC) logo

Miramar, Florida 3rd June 2016: As a 2010 graduate of the FBI Citizen Academy program Class 11, the 11th class ever since the program commenced in Miami, Florida, as well as a member of INFRAGARD and a board member of the South Florida INFRAGARD as the "Aviation" specialist, 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) Founder and CEO Benny F. Benitez has maintained an active and supportive relation with the Bureau since 2010.
The 94th ACG is the sole aviation consultant group in all of South Florida that is consider the "bridge" by and between the Bureau and the South Florida Maintenance Repair Organization (MRO) community. Often the Bureau calls upon the 94th ACG for special consultation for a total understanding of the industry. Having been invited and have visited the FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C and walked the halls and entered situation briefing rooms that not to many American citizen get to see, as well as spent time at the Bureau training facility at Quantico, Virginia, the 94th ACG is a special, appreciated and respected asset to the Bureau.
The recent Domestic Security Alliance Council (DSAC) conference held here in Miramar, Florida at the Miami FBI field office was well organized, presented and very informative. Great job done by Special Agent Griffith. 

Thursday, June 2, 2016

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Speaks and Presents At The George T. Baker Aviation Technical College 2016 Graduation Ceremony

The George T. Baker Aviation Technical College 2016 graduation ceremony was held at Jackson Memorial High School facility which accommodated over 500 attendees and the 2016 graduates

Introduced to the podium by Principle Rene Mantilla, Mr. Benny F. Benitez Founder and CEO of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) and the Chair of the College Aviation Industry Steering Committee Mr. Benitez gave a few words of encouragement to the graduates and attending parents and guest

Shown on center stage are what we at the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) consider the "Hero's of Aviation" the dedicated, experience and professional instructors who make the George T. Baker Aviation Technical College a world class institution 

Shown with Mr. Benny F. Benitez Founder and CEO of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) is Mrs. Kim Merced. Kim is the current President of South Florida Aviation Maintenance Council, which was formerly known as the Miami Maintenance Management Council  

Miami, Florida 24th May 2016: As the volunteer Chair of the aviation industry steering committee at the Miami, Florida based George T.Baker Aviation Technical College, Benny F. Benitez, the Founder and CEO of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) spoke at the recent 2016 graduation ceremony which was held at Jackson Memorial High School which was able to accommodate the well 300 plus people in attendance.
As a staunch and avid support of aviation technical training for the youth of Miami Dade County, Mr. Benitez works with unsurpassed dedication to ensure that the critical bridge by and between the College and industry is well established and constantly flowing.
When invited onto the stage by Principle, Mr. Rene Mantilla, Mr. Benitez gave words of support and encouragement to the graduates, parents and staff in as he publicly announced of his company and his personal efforts to secure for donation a General Electric, CFM-56-3B2 equipped, Boeing 737-400 / 500 commercial aircraft from Southwest Airlines for the College.
If successful, this would be the second Boeing 737 in which Mr. Benitez would bring to Miami, Florida for the benefit of the College, as back in 2010 he secured and delivered a Boeing 737-200 tail number N205AU of which six years later it is a tremendous and beneficial technical training asset to the school and the student body. 

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Applies Their Expertise Concerning The Appraisal of Aviation Equipment and Tooling To Facilitate The Donation of Jet Engine To An Atlanta, Georgia Based High School

Shown is a Pratt & Whitney JT8D-9A production serial number 665231 which was appraised for donation to the Dekalb, Georgia based McNAir High School located just outside of Atlanta

Shown is the model number of the JT8D series (-9A) with its production serial number. The -9A model of the JT8D is commonly utilized on the Boeing 727 and the 737-200 aircrafts

Shown is the aft / turbine exhaust area of the engine. The engine is shown with no Quick Engine Change (QEC) kit which consist of the applicable accessories 

The engine was appraised for donation with the Pratt & Whitney approved engine shipping stand, which shall help in road transporting of the engine from Lake Charles, Louisianan to Dekalb, Georgia

Shown in a 2011 stock photo is Captain Barrington Irving aviation world record holder and the founder of Experience Aviation and Mr Benny F Benitez, the Founder & CEO of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) who have team up to help students in Dekalb, Georgia launch an aviation program at their school

Miami, Florida 16th May 2016: Recently, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) under the leadership of Founder and CEO Benny F. Benitez accomplished what would be called in baseball as a triple play. Being a known and respected entirety in establishing the fair market, opinionated, appraised valued for aviation equipment and tooling, as well as being board approved by many Miami, Florida and U.S. based banks who deal with aviation lending, the 94th ACG in one well planned play assisted a long time and respected client, supported a worth wild aviation educational organization of a friend and assisted a inner city school in Atlanta, Georgia.  
The 94th ACG recently was tapped by a long time client to appraise a Pratt and Whitney JT8D-9A for possible donation consideration and a proper tax write off. Not only was the engine properly appraised, the 94th ACG called upon their long time, world famous friend Captain Barrington Irving to see if they could help his "Experience Aviation organization" by providing a JT8D engine as a donation for instructional learning. 
Captain Irving was delighted and long story short the engine has been donated to Dekalb, Georgia based McNAir High School located just outside of Atlanta for their budding aviation program, which is being supported and headed up by the Experience Aviation organization. When asked, Benny said, we always feel proud when our experience, tutelage and determination to do the job right has multiple benefits and expanding our influence and assistance to Atlanta, Georgia is an honor for us.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Supports The Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Hostage Rescue Team (HRT) Concerning Commercial Aircraft Ground Safety Hazards & Operations

As the sole and only South Florida based aviation and aerospace consultant group that has and maintains an established and trusted relationship with Local, County and Federal Law Enforcement, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) is often tasked to advise and training on various sensitive issues regarding aviation and the application of tactical force

Again, the the sole aviation and aerospace consulting to group to work with Law Enforcement, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) maintains a working and advisory relationship with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) since 2010. Shown here are members of the (FBI) Hostage Rescue Team (HRT) undergoing operational training which was enhanced by the (94th ACG) established and proven training for tactical operator concerning commercial aircraft's

Sharing certain technical and operational attributes of modern commercial aircraft's with a tactical and counter-operative mindset is beneficial to County and Federal Law Enforcement Operators

Shown is the type of ammunition thus utilized for low impact training within the cabin of commercial aircraft. Live fire drills have been preformed in the past, but not within Miami-Dade

For security purpose and at the request of the Bureau the faces of the Operators who were trained and benefited by the training as given by the 94th AeroClaim-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) had to be blotted out as shown. The (94th ACG) has and maintains an operational security clearance since 2008 when it was first tapped by the U.S. Department of Defense

Miami, Florida 15th April 2016: As the sole aviation consultant company within all of South Florida who has a direct connection in supporting all levels of tactical Law Enforcement, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) again answered the call. 
This time the call came from a tier one group, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Hostage Rescue Team (HRT). Having had and maintained a viable and effective relationship with the FBI since 2010, the 94th ACG was able to share and teach certain critical and sensitive aviation maintenance issues to the HRT operators which allows them to access a commercial aircraft so as to carry out their tactical missions in taking down an aircraft while on the ground.
Do to the sensitivity of the nature of our set training procedures details can not be shared, but we shall say that the 'Bad Guys" now a days are very knowledgeable of aircraft and aircraft systems that could be applied to stymie the tactical effort and operation of law enforcement, we teach the counter measures.  

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Supports The Department of The Navy At Naval Air Station Key West For an Aviation Maintenance Safety / Risk Awareness Assement & Presentation

The current and primer U.S. Navy Fighter and Attack aircraft, the Boeing F-18E/F Hornet. The Hornet successfully replaced the Grumman F-14 Tomcat and A-6 Intruder into one multi-mission, dual role aircraft thus eliminating the need for two separate aircraft's

As a former U.S. Navy, Gold-Wing, Naval Aircrewmand having flown the Lockheed P-3C Orion and maintained Grumman F-14 Tomcats with a total combine experience of well over twenty years combined active duty and reserve, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Group Founder & CEO is no stranger on a U.S. Naval Air Station flight line

One of the aircraft which was targeted for flight line safety lecturing due to its small and low profile to the ground was the F-5E Tiger a single pilot, single engine, high speed fighter aircraft

One of the most valued and highly regarded attributes that the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) leadership and associate have is their technical and operation ability to adapted and conform to the needs of any client based on the vast range of experience and forte. From the board room to the flight line of a U.S. Naval Air Station the (94th ACG) lives up to the phrase "Unlike Anything Ready For Everything"

With an almost knife edge leading edge and its low proximity to the ground, the F-5E poses a hazard to those who may work around the aircraft and not be fully aware of environmental condition that could lead to personal injuries or damage to ground equipment improperly staged around the aircraft

Key West, Florida 7-8th April 2016: As the saying goes within the commercial aviation insurance world that everything in motion is at risk and that holds true for the military sector of aviation and at a higher rated then the commercial field. In our constant support of the Department of Defense we were able to have provided our military aviation professional with an insight in looking at the inherit risks with maintenance operation around aircraft's. 
Often the most profound problem with aviation risk is the issue of "routines" in as where people get too comfortable in doing a set procedures and dropping the guard of situation  awareness. 

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Conducts Annual Recurrent Training On The Boeing 727 Flight Engineer Position

Shown sitting side seat is Mr. Benny Benitez, FAA A&P Lic., Founder and CEO of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group on his annual training segment concerning the Boeing 727 ground systems and operational evaluations

A quick glance at the Boeing 727 Flight Engineers Panel 

Shown with Benny Benitez is long time and trusted associated of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Group, Captain Codi Diamond, Esq. Codi has long been one of the group consultant flight instructors

Training, Training and Safety are the two attributes that the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultants Group places first even before the generation of revenue In as you have training and safety well mastered and establish the generation of line of revenue come easy

It may be a bit old or not as modern as other simulator units in which members of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group may at time utilize and experience, but its operational, functional and certified for use and training

The total fuel quality indicator on the Boeing 727 Flight Engineer Panel showing the simulated total fuel load during one training session

Miami, Florida 15th March 2016: Before the attribute of generating revenue, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) prides themselves as the sole and only, South Florida based, aviation and aerospace consultant group that through its established resources and reserves of well over a decade plus could place training and safety way before the need and priory of generating revenue. 
This unorthodox approach is but one such qualities that distinguishes, the (94th ACG) from the rest, as our motto goes "Unlike Anything, Ready For Everything".
With said, the sense of training and safety is paramount and its one of the strong pillars of the group core values. The philosophy is simple, as consultants, the (94th ACG) must and has to maintain its leadership and primary associates well trained and update so as to best serve our clients. Whether its learning from the FAA on new safety programs like SAS, visiting various shops to learn of new test procedures, spending time with mechanics on various sorts of planes and engines all are mean to ensure that its leadership and associates maintain a current edge. With that said the sense of performing pre-buy evaluations, bank  and lending appraisals on large commercial aircraft's are just but a few areas of the company expertise and forte that benefits from constant training.
Far too often colleagues who appears to provide the same services are not fully updated on mechanical or operational issues and often result in passing bad judgment or wort damage to equipment in which they are evaluating due to the lack of training.
That is way the (94th ACG) expends as much effort, time and resources to keep training and safety on the forefront of their operation. Despite being an old and a trusted workhorse, the Boeing 727 still has a global market presences and with past, current and future clients who calls on the (94th ACG) so as to undertake pre-buy inspection, operational evaluations and regulatory conformity inspection, knowing the 727 from all aspects makes it an added value for our clients.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Conducts Introductions By & Between Miami (Opa Locka) Based FAR-145 Wisetouch Interios & International Finance Bank (IFB)

Home based at Opa Locka Airport (KOFP) a mere ten miles North from Miami International Airport WiseTouch Interiors is Miami preferred full service aircraft interior, FAA certified repair station

Quality and expertise in the field of aircraft interiors are but two of many other great qualities which exemplify the workmanship that is produced at WiseTouch Interiors 

The proprietor and accountable manager of WiseTouch Interiors, Mr. Julio Somarriba, Jr. shows off a laminated panel that is utilized in the assembly of interior cabin work to Mr. Jan Carlos Llach from International Finance Bank (IFB)

Mr. Somarriba, Jr. shows off a portion of his material stock inventory of various FAA / Burn Certified material thus used for the creation and re-conditioning of interior seats

Organization is evident within the work area at WiseTouch Interiors, as all material inventory is properly racked and accessible to the shop technicians 

They say that a photograph is worth a thousand words, thus is the visual attribute and added valued that a highly specialized organization such as WiseTouch Interior bring to the industry

Opa Locka / Miami, Florida 29th March 2016: Being appointed and recognized as the "Bridge" by and between the South Florida Maintenance Repair Organization (MRO) industry and the educational sector of Miami-Dade County via the County School System, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) also enjoys the same recognition within the South Florida Banking and Financial community. 
Being the sole South Florida based aviation and aerospace consulting group that could easily and seamlessly transcend by and between the technical-operational, regulatory sectors of the industry and the financial / banking community, the (94th ACG) is a portal, the bridge to many financial institutions that have secured their guidance, so as to not only transcend into the MRO Community, but to obtain and retain an understanding of its inner working.
Such is the case with the support in which the (94th ACG) provides for Coral Gables based International Finance Bank (IFB) one of many such institutions that calls on the (94th ACG).
With a solid command of the financial market and amble resources, since the 4th quarter of 2015,(IFB) has mounted a strong and well planned effort to establish contacts with the local MRO Community within South Florida and via the expertise, guidance and tutelage of the (94th ACG) many South Florida based MRO shops are learning of the financial possibilities that (IFB) could offer them so that they could explore and their business could benefit from, so as to physically grow and expand their market share.
With that said Mr. Jan Carlos Llach, Vice President Lending Department at (IFB) got see first hand and experience the realm that we within the business know as ATA-25 "Interiors" by visiting WiseTouch Interiors.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Meets With A Potentially New Client, An Approved F.A.A. / F.A.R-145 Commercial Turbine Engine Overhaul & Repair Facility Known As Atlantic Gas Turbine Center, Inc.

Via one of our many informative associates within the Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) industry specifically within South Florida, we became aware of yet another FAA approved repair and overhaul facility that specializes in the Pratt and Whitney JT8D turbo-jet engine

Known as Atlantic Gas Turbine Center, Inc., their forte and specialty is focused on the Pratt and Whitney JT8D lower series commonly known as the "Baby 8's" which normally consist of the JT8D-9's. -9A's, -15's, -15A's and the -17's

Atlantic Gas Turbine Center, Inc. shop is located but a stones throw from Opa Locka Airport (KOPF) which is slightly about 10 miles North of Miami International Airport (KMIA)

The Pratt and Whitney JT8D Engine as been a stead fast and time proven turbo-jet turbine of the industry and its projected to continue its industry longevity for well over another 5 to 8 years


Opa Locka / Miami, Florida 25th March 2016: Operating within South Florida for well over a decade plus, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) prides themselves for being aware and knowing of any and all FAA / FAR -145 repair and overhaul facility within the local market of which the current listing of fully known FAR-145 shops stands at 125 total as many are past / current clients and colleagues.
But not being prefect, its always a delight to find and learn of yet other established FAR-145 facility, such is the case with the recent discovery of Atlantic Gas Turbine Center, Inc. Tuck away on the Northeast corner of Opa Locka just outside the gates of Opa Locka Airport, Atlantic Gas Turbine Center operates a shop that handles Pratt and Whitney JT8D series of engine known within the market as the "Baby 8's" which consist of the -7, -7A's, -9, -9A's, -15, -15A's and -17's series.
Thanks for Mr. Rolando Ravello a long time and trusted associate of the 94th ACG, the 94th ACG was introduce to Mr. Francisco Rodriguez the owner and accountable manager at Atlantic Gas Turbine Center, Inc. It appears that Atlantic Gas Turbine Center, Inc. is seeking guidance for growth and financial infusion which the 94th ACG could lead them to their business and financial goals, an attribute that the 94th ACG is well versed in and have a proven track record. 

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Is Once Again Called On By One Of Their Client Banks To Render Their Opinionated Appraised Hull Value On a Boeing 767-300ER

This 767-3Q8ER sits on the ramp at Shanghai, China as it awaits transfer from their current owners a world class aircraft leasing company to their new operator of which our client Bank is overseeing the financial transactions and its due diligence based on our inputs

Shown is the nose section of the 2002 manufactured Boeing 767-3Q8ER

A view of the right hand forward section of the fuselage showing the main cargo door

Shown is the lower belly of the aircraft with no visible signs of damage

Number engine a General Electric CF6-80C2B1F has been removed, but the same engine shall be re-installed for pending delivery. This engine lowest limiter has been identified as a High Pressure Turbine (HPT) Disk Stage One with well over 6,000 cycles 

Miami, Florida 24th March 2016: Having a mastering command and understanding in the ability toward creating and rendering opinionated appraisals of aviation equipment to include, but not limited to aviation tooling, aircraft's, engines and established FAR-145 repair stations, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) has to date fully appraised well over US$167,000,000.00 worth of aviation assets since 2004.
Being board of director approved by various banks within South Florida and throughout the United States and as far West as Phoenix, Arizona, the 94th ACG has handled aviation appraisals concerning banks asset based loans, aviation insurance claims to determine worth and in accordance with U.S. Govt. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) codes 8283 "None Cash Charitable Contribution" and 561 "Determining Value On Donated Property" with the donation of client aircraft's to technical schools within the U.S. for educational use.
Other specialized type aviation appraisals as accomplished have been within the guidance of  the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and U.S. Export Import (ExIm) Bank requirements and of which were always fully scrutinized and accepted by SBA auditors. 
With a complete understanding of large commercial aircraft's, the 94th ACG was once again called upon by a long time established U.S. based client so as to undertake the appraisal of this 767-3Q8ER aircraft for purchase, as its being sold by a world known aircraft leasing company. The 767 shown previously flew with the Russian carrier "ROSSIYA" and as soon as the aircraft is purchased, registered within the U.S.and undergo its FAA conformity inspection and painted it will complement the existing operational fleet of our client.

The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group Enjoyed The Professional & Personal Pleasure Of Meeting With U.K. Based Cello Aviation CEO Mr. Baines In Miami, Florida

Mr. Nim Baines the Chief Executive Officer and Accountable Manager for Cello Aviation

Cello Aviation BAE-146-200 G-RAJJ. This aircraft was once utilized by the Royal Family for a "Queens Flight" a most proper honor which was bestowed onto Cello Aviation

Mr. Baines shown with the world class, professional in-flight cabin staff at Cello Aviation

Miami, Florida 23rd March 2016: From across the pond they come seeking out the established expertise and solid experience of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG). Such was the case with U.K. based Cello Aviation a part of the Gill Group of Companies. Cello Aviation is an established and proper air charter service company based out of Birmingham, England who commenced operations back in 2008.
Cello Aviation CEO Mr. Nim Baines leds an established group of seasoned aviation professionals who invoke safety and service to an outstanding level that even Buckingham Palace took notice a few years back when Cello was tapped to handle a series of flights for Her Majesty The Queen. Cello Aviation fleet consist of a Bae 146-200 and two Boeing 737-400's and their footprint of service covers all of Europe. 
Mr. Baines met with the 94th ACG Founder and CEO Benny F. Benitez and the 94th ACG Maritime, DNV, Lloyd's ISO 9000 certified auditor Mrs. Xio Llizo so as to get an idea in exploring the possibility of establishing a presence here within the States to operator charters within the U.S. or based in a nearby Caribbean Nation. The 94th ACG is poised and ready to take the lead so as to assist Cello Aviation explore their options within the Western Hemisphere and hopefully be an added value asset to this U.K. based operation.