Services

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The AOPA Title Search package includes:Title Search, Aircraft Records and Accident/Incident Report

This service provides you with a formal title report revealing any liens or title issues of record at the FAA and displays the name and address of the current registered owner and previous owner. Our experienced staff will research from the first registration document filed with FAA and search all the way through present owner to see if there are any outstanding liens or title issues, ensuring that you will be able to buy or sell your airplane with the peace of mind knowing where your aircraft stands with the FAA.

The Chain of Title Report provides you with a formal list of all owners from the manufacturer to the current registered owner.  We diligently search the aircraft's entire FAA record and list each owner's name, address and date of purchase.  The Chain of Title Report can give insight into how many times the aircraft has changed ownership, where it has been located, and if it has ever been exported out of the country.

Your Chain of Title Report will be completed within 24 hours of the order being placed (during normal business days). 

The Accident/Incident Report provides you with a detailed report of any past accidents or incidents involving the aircraft. We diligently search the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) database and FAA Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing (ASIAS) database and provide all records available pertaining to the aircraft.

You should have your report within a few hours (during normal business days).

All Accident/Incident Reports will be delivered via email from orders@aerospacereports.com as soon as they are available.

If you are interested in only viewing the aircraft registration and airworthiness documents on file with FAA, this is the service for you.  The aircraft registration documents will show all documents that have been filed with the FAA for the aircraft, including all Bills of Sale, Applications for Registration, Liens, Lien Releases, etc.  The airworthiness documents will show all 337s (repairs and alterations) that have been filed with the FAA for the aircraft.