ADDRESSING YOUR AIRCRAFT APPRAISAL NEEDS.

About AISI

Fred Bearden created Aircraft information Management (AIM) in 1982 to serve the needs of the emerging market for independent aircraft appraisals. In 1986 Bearden merged AIM with a newly formed Airclaims consultancy, AVTIS, and took over management of that consultancy. By 1990 Avtis became Airclaims Information Services Inc., a part of Airclaims North America, with Mr. Bearden as President of Airclaims North America. In 1992 Bearden bought out the North American consultancy assets and practice of Airclaims and renamed the company Aircraft Information Services, Inc. (AISI). AISI retained all previous U.S. consultancy assets and clients and began operations in California with qualified associates worldwide. Today AISI is owned equally by Mark Halsor and his business partner Dave Miller. AISI has continued to grow in scope, services and clients and has established an international reputation for responsive, reliable, consistent, accurate and unbiased value opinions and technical advice.

Who are AISI’s Clients?

AISI, is a respected and internationally recognized independent appraisal firm. AISI has been chosen  to appraise most of all major Enhanced Equipment Trust Certificate Financings (EETCs) along with Lease Securitizations and hundreds of multiple Aircraft Portfolio Valuations. AISI’s clients include most major airlines, Aircraft leasing companies, Banks, and major Private Investment Pools.

Each year AISI appraises an average of over 2,500 aircraft with a total value of well over $50,000,000,000 US Dollars.

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Value

AISI's Philosophy & Practices

AISI appraisal practice I

There is an orderly relationship in the values of a given aircraft type from year to year of build, all else equal.

Relationship

AISI's Philosophy & Practices

AISI APRAISAL PRACTICE II

There is an orderly relationship between the value of competitive aircraft of the same year of build, all else equal.

Context

AISI's Philosophy & Practices

AISI APPRAISAL PRACTICE III

Values of a given aircraft type must be considered in the context of the values of all competing aircraft, and not on the basis of that single aircraft alone.