Aircraft Maintenance Records are the documents that backup and support the statement of airworthiness of an aircraft and its component parts; thereby supporting the market value of the aircraft.  A time controlled component that is missing certification documents in the records is considered an unairworthy part.  You could have the best looking, best equipped aircraft on the market, but if the maintenance records fail to completely document the advertised, implied status of the aircraft, the general value and perceived condition of the aircraft to the buyer is diminished and the cost to the seller is increased.  Even the legal airworthiness of the aircraft could be in peril.

Airtech Assist can perform on-site physical audit and review of the aircraft records for the purpose of obtaining the compliance status of regulatory requirements, aircraft current maintenance status etc. as required by the operator. These audits of records may include back to birth searches during aircraft lease, re-delivery, lease return and pre-purchase Inspection.

The findings of the records audit will produce a control document listing all Outstanding Airworthiness Directives, Hard Life Limited Components, Maintenance Intervals and other Time Life Critical items on the airframe and engines (areas where the aircraft has not met the lease agreement or fails to meet airworthiness requirements).

Such a document can be used by Airline / Operator / Lessor to manage the non-compliance and will enable them to track the progress of remedial action with respect to these non-compliance items.