A: When you find a machine you like from the specifications, you should register your interest with us. We can provide further information on Director Operating Costs, components, history and future maintenance requirements. If this is all acceptable, you should visit to see and fly the aircraft and make an offer to purchase. This is 'Subject to Inspection'.
A: Any outstanding points from the inspection are negotiated and your offer to purchase becomes firm. Usually a deposit of 10% is required to secure the aircraft along with a signed Purchase Agreement. The aircraft is then removed from the market, any rectification carried out and, when ready, a final check test flight and inventory check is made, money and title change hands and you become the owner.
A: New aircraft obviously have a very comprehensive factory warranty, up to 3 years. Used aircraft normally do not have any warranty, which is why it is important to know the history, inspect the aircraft as thoroughly as possible and, of course, deal with a reputable company.
A: Once you have purchased the machine that best satisfies your application; Heliquip is able to discuss various options that make the ownership of a helicopter easier or offer a full management agreement
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