Cooper City, FL – October 1, 2017 – In response to the increasing cost and maintenance requirements in the $219 billion General Aviation marketplace, Ron Zilberbrand, a world leader in pioneering engine maintenance programs for Jet Support Services Inc. (JSSI), and a team of industry professionals with decades of General Aviation experience, have launched AeroEngine Protection Corp (AEPCTM) which provides maintenance programs for piston engine aircraft.
For protection against unexpected, costly maintenance expenses for piston engine aircraft, AEPCTM introduces its family of Piston Engine Service Programs (PESPTM). As an alternative to the high cost of aircraft maintenance, PESPTM minimizes the risk of costly unscheduled service and stabilizes service budgets resulting in predictable maintenance costs. For newer aircraft, PESPTM risk of failure transfers beyond the warranty period and includes coverage for both scheduled and unscheduled service for components, accessories and overhauls. Delivering predictability, protection, peace of mind and financial stability, AEPCTM programs are transferable upon the sale or trade of the covered aircraft resulting in increased aircraft residual value.
Currently, AEPCTM offers its services through its network of partnerships with acceptable FAA-Approved repair and overall facilities, dealers, brokers, banks and OEM’s worldwide. PESPTM programs cover most General Aviation engines and airframes.
“The leadership and expertise that Ron Zilberbrand brings to AEPCTM’s PESPTM programs is known and admired worldwide”, states Ken Dufour, Executive Vice President/Director, AEPCTM. “The partnerships that we have developed provides our customers with options to effectively manage their maintenance budgets and keep their planes flying,” states Ron Zilberbrand, CEO of AEPCTM.
Founded by aviation industry professionals with decades of experience, AEPC™ offers the only Piston Engine Service Programs (PESPTM) for the general aviation industry. By utilizing data from large fleet operations and more than 4,000 piston aircraft engine overhauls, AEPC™ delivers a full-range of scheduled and unscheduled Piston Engine Service Programs.
For more information about AEPCTM’s family of PESP™ programs can help you control your maintenance budgets, visit www.aepc.aero, email AEPCTM at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Ron Zilberbrand at 312-961-0932 or Ken Dufour at 815-633-1684 or Remi Szymanski at 941-726-5439.