How does it work?

In conjunction with our OEM and supplier partners, Triple R:

Establishes a list of standard equipment on or applicable to all Triple R aircraft.

Identifies, audits and appoints nationwide Part 145 and custom Triple R rebuilding shops.

Provides a centralized marketing and PR initiative to create demand.

Assists in providing aircraft financing and insurance support.

Promotes an online marketplace for Triple R aircraft.

Through the Triple R program website, end customers can access a marketplace connecting them to their potential Triple R aircraft of choice.

Triple R offers three different purchasing options:

In-Stock Triple Rs:

Aircraft fully restored according to Triple R specs.

On-Demand Triple Rs:

Customer places order for specific aircraft, which then is acquired and restored according to Triple R specs.

Triple Rs upgrade:

Rebuilding of customer's own aircraft according to Triple R specs.

Even though Triple R endorses a flexible approach to the rebuilding process, the following steps create a firm baseline for Triple R aircraft quality:

Airframe requirements for each Triple R make and model

  • Existing supply chain in place
  • Available STCs, PMA parts
  • At least 1,000 or more in the fleet
  • No/minimal corrosion
  • Less than 5,000 airframe hours (non-training)
  • Less than 8,000 airframe hours (training)
  • AD's up-to-date or able to be in full compliance with rebuild
  • Insurable, airworthy (although may be out of annual at acquisition)

Airframe acquired by Triple R rebuilder/integrator

  • Qualifying airframes must meet inspection criteria
  • Pre purchase inspection standards met
  • Negotiated purchase from owner or dealer/agent
  • Transport/ferry permit to Triple R tear-down facility

End-Customer Contracted Rebuilds

  • Qualifying airframes must meet inspection criteria
  • Must agree to all-new content and rebuilder standard equipment list
  • Finished airframe must meet Triple R branding/identity/livery standards