Aircraft Registry Articles

Whether buying or selling, managing your seven-to-eight figure business aircraft transaction is a complex process. Aircraft Sales & Acquisition describes the “rules of the road” when it comes to new and preowned business aircraft and fractional share negotiations.
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Aircraft Completions Satisfaction
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Matthew Woollaston,

With ever-more complex aircraft available to you, the process of fitting out an aircraft cabin is also more complex. The intricacies of the product and process mean that you – the prospective buyer – need a strong support team in place. But who exactly can you turn to for advice?
Better Audit, Better Odds
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Jim Cannon,

Upon entering the Navy following graduation, I learned of the tradition of awarding the Battle “E” Award as recognition of “Effectiveness”: sustained operational performance and continuous readiness demonstrated by a ship and crew achieved during subsequent qualifying periods of review.
Buying Your First Bizliner
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James Mose, Freestream Aircraft LTD

Business jets save time and give you direct access to more than 5,000 airports in the United States alone – more than ten times the number served by commercial airlines. Each aircraft make and model is designed to satisfy specific, defined trip profiles: from light jets carrying up to six comfortably on trips of 1,200 miles or less, to...
Don’t Count Out the OEMs
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Don Dwyer, Guardian Jet

As residual aircraft values continue to drop, many companies and individuals with a history of buying new aircraft look to the resale markets to update their aircraft.
Dual Controls
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Anthony Kioussis,

Years ago, a company aircraft was used primarily by the chief executive and a few senior people. Today, business aircraft operate more as middle management transportation vehicles, increasing corporate efficiency by reaching airports not served by the airlines – but that’s just what’s visible.
Protecting Your Purchase Decision
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Adam Meredith,

Buying your first turbine aircraft is both exciting and challenging. In addition to the myriad of details your broker or dealer will give you, three require your special attention.
The Mod Squad
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Anthony Kioussis,

Business aircraft – manufactured to the same specifications as commercial airliners – are a good investment, built to last 20 to 30 years. When it comes time to upgrade your aircraft, you can buy new, or you can consider aftermarket modifications.
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