Protecting Your Asset After Repossession

The "How To" and "How Not To" of Aircraft Storage

Categorized Under: Aviation



ICF SH&E's Lou Sorrentino was a featured speaker at the 4th Annual Aircraft Repossession Conference, held December 9, 2012, in Dubai, UAE. The presentation focused on considerations, sourcing, storage costs, insurance, and scheduling involved with dormant aircraft as well as a review of program basics and examples of common pitfalls. 

On June 30, 2011, SH&E became ICF SH&E, better aligning the strengths of one of the world's largest aviation consulting firms with the market expertise and expanded service offerings of ICF International.

Authored By

  • Lou Sorrentino

    Vice PresidentICF International

    Lou Sorrentino has nearly 30 years of experience in the aviation and regulation fields. He has focused primarily on safety and security as well as aviation insurance and is a recognized leader in the field. His broad and extensive experience enables him to consult across a wide range of areas such as aircraft and airport operations; safety, security and quality, and civil aviation regulation and safety oversight. As an experienced aviation safety, regulatory, quality and security practitioner, Mr. Sorrentino has developed numerous Safety Management Systems and has performed more than 150 operational audits of airlines, corporate flight departments, airports, airport-related business, and civil aviation authorities in virtually all regions of the world.

Insight Details

Published: Dec 9, 2012

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