End of life/Part-Out survey (ELPO) is an ATAS exclusive, designed to maximize residual value by matching certification documentation to the removed component when parting-out an aircraft after it's useful service life is achieved.
Without document-matching, components are sold in "As Removed" condition, generally at distressed value. Components will then be required to go through an expensive restoration process at an approved MRO for recertification.
Surveys can be streamlined to fit any requirement. Whether a single snap-shot in time of a single aircraft condition and records, or an ongoing fleet asset management program to satisfy commercial due-diligence requirements, ATAS can customize a survey program to suit your needs and budget.
Surveys are the most cost-effective protection owners and lessors can buy and are designed to assist in future planning purposes, on-lease due diligence or to support aircraft valuation (valuation provided through a third party).
Enhanced surveys are designed to focus on big-ticket items without dedicating time and expense associated with full transactional survey.
Knowledgeable on-site technical representation protects the bottom line. Whether aircraft, engine, test flight or major component work is contemplated, our technical representation analyses the work-scope, monitors work flow, and audits the final invoice for irregularities.
Whether going into a transaction or coming out, proper records audits and thorough physical inspections minimize surprises and allow smooth transition to the next owner or operator.
ATAS has performed numerous transactional audits (Redelivery/Pre-purchase/Part-Out) saving our client millions of dollars before the asset becomes their financial obligation.
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