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.

Sunday, April 2, 2017

94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consulting Group Successfully Orchestrated A Dual Operation Consultancy Resulting In The Donation Of JT8D Engines To Three Inner City Schools Within the U.S., Whilst Assisting The Client To Conduct Appraisals For IRS Tax Donations Of Boeing 727 Material


N698SS a Boeing 727-227 that last served with American Airlines and was American Airlines last fleet 727 ended up at Love Field in Dallas to meet it demise in being parted out

N698SS seen prior to being parted out and dismantle for scrapping out on site. The aircraft which was purchased by Miami, Florida based aircraft parts company know as Lightning Air Spares was harvested for certain choice parts for resale 

Shown is a good close up of the Boeing 727 number two engine which its air source is feed through the so called "S" duct intake which its opening sitting atop of the rear fuselage of the 727 and gives its certain, world famous look

The aircraft show fully complete with all three engines installed before being parted out and scrapped. The engines installed are the Pratt and Whitney JT8D-9A. The -9A is lower thrust rated variant of the JT8D family and now a days rarely seen or utilized on any remaining Boeing 727 still in worldwide operation 

Despite N698SS having been parted out and many of its components being scrapped the aircraft three engines were save from the scrappers torch by the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group as Miami, Florida based Lightning Air Spares agreed to donate the engine to Experience Aviation a non-profit aviation, educational, STEM organization headed up by world famous, Guinness, aviation, world record holder Captain Barrington Irving

Dallas, Texas March 23rd-27th 2017: The last Boeing 727 to ever fly for American Airlines meet its fate this month at Dallas Love Field in Dallas, Texas. N698SS was purchased by Miami, Florida based aircraft parts company Lightning Air Spares (L.A.S) who is headed up by Mr. Kevin Ward a seasoned aviation professional. L.A.S. is highly recommended by the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) for their outstanding client / customer service, adherence to industry standards and a stellar and honest reputation. L.A.S purchased the aircraft, so that it could harvest choices parts from it to sell outright on the open market, as the aircraft had items of considerable interest to L.A.S. current book of business. But not all of the N698SS was slated to have been salvage for resale and that is where the 94th ACG tutelage and expertise was summoned and secure by L.A.S for the business benefit. 
In a stroke of business genius, the 94th ACG in working with L.A.S fashioned a business plan in where as it would be economically beneficial to L.A.S to have taken on the purchase of the aircraft.
In drawing from the 94th ACG vast amount of experience within the realm of appraising aviation tooling and equipment for tax write off donations, the 94th ACG was able for the benefit of L.A.S to get all three engines donated to Miami, Florida base Experience Aviation an aviation, educational, non-profit organization that promotes, foster and encourage aviation / STEM programs in many inner-city schools through out the U.S. of which is headed up by Guinness, aviation record world holder, Captain Barrington Irving.
Being a long time friend of the 94th ACG, Captain Irving was delighted to hear of the opportunity and accepted the engines as donations from L.A.S, N698SS engines shall be placed in the School Districts of Mobile, Alabama, Atlanta, Georgia, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for educational purposes. As a further added value benefit to the client, the 94th ACG fashion the means to write off the donation of the fuselage of the 727 with attached aircraft manufactures data plate and all which was slated to have been scrapped to the Dallas International Airport (DFW) based Fire Training Research Center for them to utilize as a training aid. So in the end an aircraft who served the public well in its many years of flying with American Airlines and a the private client it had after its long run airline career still serves the public in education and training.

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