Lease Technical Monitoring

 

Maintaining aircraft and their engines is essential in order to protect the value of your asset. When issues arise with maintenance history, the value can be significantly affected and delays in remarketing become inevitable.

A detailed and thorough technical monitoring plan is vital in order to avoid such costly pitfalls. ALM's lease plans are tailored to fit our client's individual requirements, with one ultimate goal in mind: to maximise asset value in the short, mid and long term.

We recruit only the best engineers with extensive experience and training. Our technical monitoring services are modular in concept and comprise the following elements:

  • Monthly monitoring of utilisation and maintenance status
  • Periodic inspection of aircraft, records and maintenance procedures
  • Monitoring of Airworthiness Directives (ADs) and Service Bulletin (SB) status
  • Tracking of rotable component changes
  • Ensuring current aircraft certification, maintenance programme, manuals and technical record-keeping
  • Oversight of heavy maintenance on airframe and engines
  • Analysis of maintenance invoices and reserve claims

For further information on aircraft technical monitoring, please get in touch.

Latest News

May 2019

07/06/2019

ALM has added a new A320 to its managed portfolio. The aircraft was acquired by FGL in May upon delivery from Airbus and is subject to a lease to Peach Aviation. This brings the total to 9 aircraft leased to Peach Aviation.

April 2019

15/04/2019

ALM has added a new A320-200 to its managed portfolio. The aircraft was acquired by Fuyo Lease from Airbus in April and is subject to a lease to Peach Aviation.

PRESS RELEASE - March 2019

06/03/2019

ALM is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Dudley-Cave as Head of Marketing as from March 2019.

December 2018

03/12/2018

ALM has added two further new A320s to its managed portfolio. The aircraft were acquired by FGL from Airbus in December and are subject to lease to Peach Aviation. ALM monitored the technical acceptance of the aircraft from Airbus in Toulouse and Hamburg.