Author Archive for Wright Brothers Aircraft Title

Update on Brexit and European Aviation Operations for US Registered Aircraft

Last year, we discussed How Brexit Could Affect European Aviation Operations for US Registered Aircraft. Brexit was a considerable topic with worldwide implications – people from all corners had been surmising at length what would take place and when. Negotiations went on at length, and with multiple extensions to the United Kingdom’s actual exit from […]

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The GAO Report Affects Dealers Too

The much-awaited report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) regarding Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Registry practices was released in March, and the title is telling: “FAA Needs to Better Prevent, Detect, and Respond to Fraud and Abuse Risks in Aircraft Registration”.

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Get Your FAA Title Search Early – Navigating the FAA Lag

Get Your Title Search Early – Navigating the FAA Lag As you may be aware, the FAA is working remotely. Our personnel are still in the Public Documents Room. However, the window for filing is closed. We do have a bin located in the lobby of the FAA where we can file originally ink signed […]

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Update: Additional Change to FAA Public Documents Room Due to COVID-19

The FAA‘s Civil Aviation Registry has made another important change to their Public Documents Room (PDR) procedures due to the continued spread of COVID-19, or Coronavirus. After multiple changes made last week in order to protect their employees, permit-holders who regularly access the PDR, their families and the public at large, they have taken a […]

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Coronavirus Impacting Aviation | FAA Makes Changes to Public Documents Room Due to COVID-19

In light of the continued spread and impact of COVID-19, or Coronavirus, the FAA Civil Aviation Registry has issued new procedures affecting the Public Documents Room (PDR) in the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center.

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GATS! Coming Soon to a Country Near You

The Global Aircraft Trading System, or GATS, is an initiative stemming from one of the most successful multi-country treaties. The Cape Town Treaty, signed in 2001, set up uniform rules and regulations to help facilitate asset-based financing and leasing of aviation equipment worldwide.

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Using Digital Signatures in Aircraft Title & Registration

It is an exciting topic and a fundamental priority for Wright Brothers Aircraft Title (WBAT) to stay current with technology, especially when it has the potential to increase efficiency and security in our services, as well as help reduce time and cost in transactions for our clients. We are always looking forward to how our company could put certain applications to use, even Blockchain in Aviation Escrow Transactions. For this month’s topic, we don’t have to guess though.

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OIG Reports on FAA Registry Update – What Does it Mean?

There are changes ahead that will modernize the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) – bringing it up to date with the latest technology and security measures. One of the key updates will be to the registry system, which is vital for ensuring aircraft are legally owned, maintained, and operated.

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How Brexit Could Affect European Aviation Operations

Brexit is undoubtedly a considerable topic with worldwide implications – people from all corners have been surmising at length – what will take place and when? Meanwhile, negotiations continue with no clear end in sight. The United Kingdom was due to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019, but that has now been extended to October of 2019.

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TUE and PUE: Closing the Gap between the FAA and IR

In previous blogs we have discussed the paperwork gaps that can occur around aviation escrow transactions and how Wright Brothers helps to Close the Gaps, whether between the time you pay for an aircraft and the time the necessary documents are filed with the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA), or between documentation  Filing and Recording  at the FAA.

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