All aircraft that are offered have received a basic inspection from us. Usually we also have the complete history of the aircraft in digitized form with us. Most aircraft we sell used to be maintained by us unless otherwise specified.
Prices can be subject to change and are not final unless contractually agreed upon. Aircraft based at EBAW (Airport Antwerpen, Belgium) unless specified otherwise.
Being a certified maintenance organization we always carry a large stock aircraft parts. With over 3.000 components in-house, very often we will have the piece you need right off the shelf.
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When you head up into the sky, you want to know you’re in an aircraft you can trust. And this holds true whether you’ve just completed pilot training or are a seasoned expert. Before you buy a second-hand aircraft please arrange a pre-buy inspection. Styl Aviation experts will perform a detailed analysis ensuring the safety and operation of the aircraft are at the standards they need to be. You can also ask us our advice on the asking price.
When you’re purchasing a second-hand aircraft, you want to know exactly what you’re investing in. There are a lot of questions to be answered: What condition is the engine in? How well are other systems functioning? Does it comply with requirements? What is the structural integrity of the aircraft? And is there any damage in its history? These questions are just the tip of the iceberg. For complete confidence in the aircraft – and the deal you’ll be closing – make sure you have a detailed analysis performed by our experts. With our endorsements from the EASA and the FAA, you can put your full confidence in us.
We offer four different types of inspection:
The collateral inspection involves a cursory physical inspection of an aircraft to assess the general condition. We also verify the existence of the aircraft logbooks and records and examine them to identify obvious anomalies. This type of inspection is not designed to conclusively establish the airworthiness of the aircraft, but it does give you a good starting point in your hunt for the right aircraft.
This inspection involves a thorough technical inspection of all pertinent primary and secondary airframe structures, an inspection of all major systems, and a complete and thorough review of all of the aircraft records and logbooks. Under normal circumstances, the inspection includes incoming and outgoing maintenance test flights, and a complete check of all ground and flight systems.