Why should you Attend:
A brand-new aircraft comes with a warranty that will cover the operator’s unscheduled maintenance costs. Warranty coverage intervals vary by aircraft sector (e.g., airframe, Engines, Avionics) and, over time, aircraft maintenance will account for as much as 35% of your aircraft’s annual operating budget. The cost to maintain an aircraft varies by make / model and age, and its maintenance program is based on three parameters: flight hours; landings (what is also referred to as cycles); and the passage of time (due to calendar-based maintenance events). Scheduled maintenance will include "cost spikes," such as major airframe maintenance, and engine or Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) overhaul. Additionally, scheduled maintenance costs become less predictable as an aircraft ages, and unscheduled maintenance events can occur at any time and be very expensive.
Who Will Benefit:
Aircraft Owners, Operators, Buyers, Sellers, Financiers, Appraisers, and Insurers.
Senior corporate executives involved in the aircraft acquisition, operation and/or disposition process.
Flight Department Managers, including Directors of Aviation and Chief Pilots.
Aircraft Maintenance Managers.
Personnel involved in aircraft financing, including Credit Officers, Risk Officers, and Asset Managers