A simple to understand, industry standard for evaluating & grading aircraft with respect to their Optimal Maintenance Condition, such that an aircraft's overall financial performance could be derived, compared and, if appropriate, improved.
|-5.000 - 2.000||3.000||4.000 - 6.000||7.000||8.000 - 10.000|
|Below average asset quality due to upcoming scheduled maintenance||Most aircraft will score within this range, representing good asset quality||Very good asset quality (usually associated with recent production aircraft)||Exceptional asset quality (typical of new, or nearly new production aircraft)|
|0.000||3.000||4.000 - 6.000||7.000||10.000|
|All scheduled maintenance
|Aircraft burdened by upcoming, high cost, scheduled maintenance events||Most aircraft will score within this maintenance status cost range||Maintenance facing only relatively low-cost maintenance events||Newly
To derive the Financial Rating for any aircraft make/model, the average cost to complete each maintenance event comprising the aircraft's maintenance program (ATC Maintenance Program) is determined. Having compiled the aircraft's maintenance history, the time (calendar, flight hours or cycles) accumulated toward each individual scheduled maintenance event is used to determine the aircraft's ATFC Score – its Financial Rating.
To derive an aircraft's ATFE Value, the estimated cost for completing each event comprising the ATC Maintenance Program (see Maintenance Rating) is established. Having compiled an aircraft's maintenance history, the time (flight hours, landings/cycles, and/or calendar period) accumulated toward each individual scheduled maintenance event is used to compute the dollar liability accrued toward that event, with the ATFE Value representing the total accrued liability toward future maintenance events.
|$0 Available Maintenance Equity||Max Maintenance Equity For Aircraft|
|No Maintenance Equity
available – aircraft is
|Typical aircraft Maintenance Equity range||Newly Manufactured Aircraft or HCMP Adjusted Equity value equivalent|