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Boschung Global Aviation brand is a unique and distinctive network of brokerage specialists offering a wide selection of warbirds for sale throughout the world.
The sale of a significant aircraft is truly noteworthy and requires highly-qualified warbirds professionals with global reach and local expertise.
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Over past decade, Boschung Global has successfully established an impressive track record by applying our vast experience in evaluating, developing, marketing and managing restoration projects.
Boschung Global provides the survey of aircraft restoration, incl. monitoring, auditing and reporting. Our services generally involve the following steps:
Our staff consults to decide on the final outcome of the project, and human and financial resources are allocated. This decision has a
considerable effect on the physical configuration of the aircraft.
The main task is to collect all publications and drawings held for the aircraft. They assist in the restoration and are used to list all parts held, and to identify deficiencies that will need to be sourced to complete the restoration.
RESTORATION, PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION
The major priority is to preserve existing structures and finishes where appropriate. This involves conservation processes aimed to prolong the lifespan of original items. Sometimes it is impossible to retaining original parts, for example due to strength, corrosion or general deterioration. In this case, the technicians can replace sections or entire parts with new structure using the same materials and construction techniques as the originals. Reproductions are documented and clearly identified, so that the future study of the aircraft and its structure can accurately identify new and old areas.