Find the Right Corporate Aircraft
If you’re a first time buyer, then you may be wondering a few things. For example: to buy a private jet? where to buy one? or more importantly if you really need one?
If you’re a business or an aviation company then you’re probably more interested in pricing, leasing information, fractional ownership or what aircrafts are available to suit your needs.
We understand that purchasing an aircraft is a considerable investment of time and money. Not only are you paying for the aircraft, but you’re also expected to pay other recurring fees to maintain and operate your jet. Most experts in aviation will say that if you typically fly anywhere up to and above 400 hours per year, that you should seriously look into owning your own. Although, in some cases that’s not really true. (Keep in mind that most dealers will not lease for anything less than 50 hours per month, or 600 hours per year.)
If you’re seriously interested in buying or a corporate jet, then on how to get started. We have access to almost any type of aircraft or helicopter available on the market. If you have any questions at all feel free to call or .
Learjet, Gulfstream, Dassault, Bombardier, Boeing, Airbus, Beechcraft (Hawker), Cessna, Embraer
*Plus, access to aircrafts that are not publicly advertised worldwide*
1.) How Much Does It Cost?
A business jet or airliner on its own can cost you anywhere from $1 million USD all the way up to $400 million USD, but the costs don’t stop there. You’re also going to have to take into account regular maintenance checks, paying your pilot and flight crews, insurance, fuel, parking, storage, take off and landing fees and also any lawyer fees that you may have been billed (see #3 below). (**Operational and maintenance costs can also range between $600, 000 – $5 million USD per year. Depending on the size of your aircraft.)
2.) Decide What Size You Need
This is very important. What size of an aircraft you’re going to need will help you narrow down your options when it comes to looking for a jet. Don’t just take into account the number of people but also look at how far you plan on traveling on a regular basis.
3.) Find a Lawyer
Unfortunately buying a private jet isn’t as easy as buying a car. There are many as well as tax related legalities you must adhere to once you purchase your jet. Having a legal advisor on your side will help make this process a lot easier and save you headaches down the road.