When you are the owner of an airplane, you will already know that there are mountains of paperwork to complete before you can do anything. You have to fill in masses of forms when you buy a plane, and the same is pretty much true when you are completing an aircraft bill of sale form at the other end of your ownership. It is no surprise that many sellers find it difficult to understand how to fill in this form, and they may struggle to follow the instructions offered by the FAA. This is where the National Aviation Center can help you to organize your paperwork to make filling in forms like this much easier.
Aircraft Bill Of Sale: Required Documents For The FAA
When you make a sale of your plane, the final thing that the FAA asks you to do in connection with it is to fill out a bill of sale, form 8050-2. You will need to have all of your documents in order, including any receipts involved with the transport of the plane to the new owner, and a warranty on the sale. Documentation which establishes that you are the owner of the plane and able to make the sale are essential, and you will also need to study the form closely in order to make sure that you are not overlooking any other documents that you will need to establish that the sale is legitimate and that the pain is now transferred from you to its new owner. Understanding all of these form questions on your own can be complicated, which is why we recommend that you use our services to assist you in filling out any documentation like a bill of sale.
Filling In Details Of The Sale
When you are filling in the form, you will be asked several questions about the type of plane that you owned, including its model and maker, the N number, and any serial number provided by the FAA when you registered the plane. You need to make sure that you complete the latter as accurately as you can, including letters and dashes in the correct place. If the civil number is not written exactly as shown on documentation, the former is likely to be rejected and returned to you, meaning that you will have to do it all again.
Avoid Complications With Our Help
If you are worried about completing the aircraft bill of sale form on your own and think that you would be better off seeking assistance from the National Aviation Center, then we would be only too pleased to help. Our teams can make working on the forms much easier, reducing complications and ensuring that your form is accepted by the FAA at the first attempt. We can offer you advice about filling in the form, check it with you to make sure that it is completed accurately and that you have documentation, and even file it with the FAA on your behalf. To find out how we can help you with any plane documentation, contact us now online or by calling us at (800) 357-0893 now.