Maintaining your aircraft is a process, not an event, says David Wyndham of Conklin & De Decker, in a blog post at GlobalAir.com. “A well-maintained aircraft will always have a higher residual value than one that is not,” he states, noting that, “Well-maintained in this case refers to an aircraft that is maintained beyond what the minimum regulatory standards require. Airworthiness is related to safety, not value.” Read the full post here.
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