Case Studies

Airworthiness case studies that have saved millions of dollars

Our case studies show the breadth and depth of our work for a variety of our clients. In every project we have deployed a highly skilled technical team whose mission has been to forensically analyse paperwork and aircraft to ensure that all is as it should be. At FlyerTech we mitigate risk, risk that can equate to millions of dollars and put operations at an immediate disadvantage.

Airbus Lease Returns

At the end of their lease, a European regional airline was faced with the process of handing back several Airbus aircraft to the lessor.
June 11, 2020/by CMUKJovan

Buyer beware

A new operator looking for aircraft was offered a 1987 Boeing 737 at an incredible price. On viewing the aircraft, the Executive team considered
July 2, 2020/by CMUKJovan

Culture, process and systems

A major cargo operator had recently been taken over. During the changes within the company structure, a strange trend had started to appear
July 2, 2020/by CMUKJovan

Delivery of aircraft during COVID-19

Two regional aircraft from an overseas airline that had defaulted were stuck in German and yet, our client, the lessor, had immediate needs for the aircraft to be
July 2, 2020/by CMUKJovan

How to gauge Approval timescales for aircraft post-covid

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February 15, 2022/by Mike

Improved risk management

We were approached by an organisation who had purchased a B747 Freighter previously maintained under an MSG 3 maintenance programme. The remainder of the
July 2, 2020/by CMUKJovan

Mid Term Inspection

On initial review of the reports required, it was clear that information from previous inspections was either missing or had been misunderstood by the multitude of
July 2, 2020/by CMUKJovan

Rapid fleet delivery

A UK regional airline, after reviewing its fleet composition, made the decision to structure a deal with a major lessor that would see it
July 2, 2020/by CMUKJovan

Recovering a stranded aircraft

After the demise of an international airline, our lessor customer was left stranded when the Aviation Authority refused to provide an Export C of
July 2, 2020/by CMUKJovan

The devil is in the detail

We were commissioned to conduct a last-minute records review on three aircraft currently with their OEM. The purchaser was happy with the details of
July 2, 2020/by CMUKJovan

When it all goes wrong

A major airline and a start-up go bust. The Lessors naturally want the aircraft back in service as quickly and cleanly as possible.
July 2, 2020/by CMUKJovan