Aircraft sales is documented as “as is, where is” transaction, where the seller expressly disclaims any warranties as to the condition of the aircraft. As an alternative to relying on seller warranties, the buyer is invited to conduct a pre-purchase inspection and determine for itself the condition of the aircraft. Typically, a buyer will want the pre-buy inspection to address, among other things, whether the aircraft conforms to the description provided by the seller in the course of marketing the aircraft, whether the aircraft has any damage history or whether the aircraft is subject to additional maintenance or inspection requirements.
Purchaser will have third party perform the pre-purchase inspection at Aircraft location in Indonesia. Please contact us for detail information.