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Clouded Aircraft Titles & Quiet Title Actions: What You Need To Know

When the purchaser of an aircraft decides to buy, an aircraft title search is performed to check the status of the title.  Unfortunately, a search of the FAA records often reveals that the title to the aircraft is not clear — in other words, it’s “clouded.” Below, we break down what exactly this means, ways […]

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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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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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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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A Document’s Journey Through the FAA System

A Document’s Journey Through the FAA System.

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Wright Brothers Aircraft Title Forms Partnership with Wingform

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Sept. 25, 2018 Wright Brothers Aircraft Title (WBAT), a full service title and escrow company, is pleased to announce their strategic partnership with Wingform.com, aircraft sales industry experts behind the software catering to the buying and selling of aircraft, in collaboration with Bird & Bird International Law firm […]

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Why Bother with a Title Search

I got a call once from a man who was about to board a plane to Nashville to buy a plane from a guy he had never met. He was experiencing sudden cold feet, wondering if the man he was about to meet really owned the plane, had the right to sell it, or owed […]

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Escrow – Born in a Pool Hall

I saw this great aircraft for sale online, so I contacted the seller.  He seemed like a nice guy and the aircraft was exactly what I wanted, so I mailed him a check.  I haven’t heard a word since. Have you ever heard a story like this?  They are more common than one might think.  […]

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