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Gulfstream G650ER Video, Pension Funds, Oil Prices and Private Jets, Spike Supersonic Jet

Monday, May 13th, 2019

Take a tour of the $66.5 million private jet: Gulfstream G650ER

Gulfstream G650 ER

At the National Business Aviation Association in June, the line to catch a glimpse of the new Gulfstream G650ER private jet was the largest of the conference. The “ER” stands for the updated “extended range” version of the luxurious G650.



Continue reading on www.businessinsider.com >>


How Pension Funds, Universities and Endowments Pay for Private Jets

One of the class markers of the private equity industry is that its members routinely fly on private jets. That’s often because the larger and even some of the smaller firms charge their private jet travel to private equity portfolio companies. That means that the cost is borne first and foremost by investors in private equity like public pension funds, private pension funds, universities like Harvard and Yale, and other foundations and endowments.



 

The enormous costs of private jets, while they are borne by the investors, are almost entirely hidden from them. PE firms keep investors in the dark by having the portfolio companies they’ve bought on behalf of their investors pay these jet bills. Amazingly, investors have been fooled by this simple ruse for decades – it’s as if your stockbroker deducts his fee from your account, and you regard his services as free because you never see a bill.

Now admittedly, there are cases, if you are taking a team of people from one not-well-air-serviced location to another, when private jet travel is cheaper than flying commercial. But those instances are rare.
Continue reading on www.nakedcapitalism.com


Low oil a boom for private jet business?

As the price of oil continues its bumpy ride, the broadly lower cost per barrel could present a new business opportunity for the world’s largest private jet company.

NetJets, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway which offers fractional ownership and private jet rental, told CNBC that low oil prices – now down around 50 percent from highs last summer — could boost their business.

“If you are an oil company and you’re invested in a fleet of your own private jets, clearly this is the moment where you’ll look back at your investments and your assets and think: ‘Was this the best decision?’,” NetJets’ Head of European Sales Marine Eugene said. “I think this is a tremendous opportunity for us.”

Continue reading on CNBC.com>>


Football star splashes out 10 Million for private jet

Brazilian football wizard Neymar splashed out $10 million buy a private jet and flew his friends out to Las Vegas – the party capital of the world.

Neymar jet Instagram

The Barcelona forward used it to fly to and from the Copa America tournament in Chile – but his competition was cut short for a headbutt early on.

Continue reading on www.dailystar.co.uk>>


Fly from NYC to London in 3 Hours with a Supersonic Jet

Spike Aerospace’s latest, luxury high-speed jet will be able to fly from NYC to London in just three hours

Spike Aerospace’s latest, luxury high-speed jet will be able to fly from NYC to London in just three hours. The Spike S-512 Supersonic Jet can fly 450 mph faster than any current civilian jet, which means cutting most flight times by half.

However, the supersonic experience comes at a high cost: the finished S-512 will cost between $60 and $80 million. (Which is great if your itinerary goes from “Paris to Dubai for shopping and entertainment and back home in time for dinner,” as the Spike Aerospace update suggested.)

The high-speed jet can hold 18 passengers at a time, and feature a Muliplex Digital cabin. That’s to say: a windowless cabin equipped with a high-definition, full-screen display that can play anything from a live feed of the world outside, movies, to a business presentation your team is thrilled about.

spike supersonic jet
Continue reading on psfk.com >>

 


 

GAMA 2015 Q2 Aircraft Shipment Data, Cessna TCAS Upgrade, LABACE Starts Tomorrow, Business Aviation Shipments, Citation Latitude

Sunday, May 12th, 2019

GAMA Publishes 2015 Second Quarter Aircraft Shipment Data

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) released the second quarter 2015 general aviation aircraft shipment numbers. Industry airplane shipments fell 9.1 percent to 1,015 units for the first half of the year, and airplane billings declined 4.6 percent to $10.4 billion, compared to the same period a year ago. Rotorcraft shipments decreased, from 502 units to 447 units, and billings were down an estimated 16.8 percent to $1.9 billion for the first six months.

The number of piston airplanes delivered fell 11.8 percent, from 526 units to 464 units. Turboprop shipments also declined 9.9 percent to 246 airplanes. Business jet manufacturers shipped 305 airplanes compared to 318 airplanes last year, a drop of 4.1 percent. Piston rotorcraft declined to 130 shipments while turbine rotorcraft dropped from 358 units in 2014 to 317 units in 2015, an 11.5 percent decline.

Fewer business jets were shipped in 2015

“While the second quarter generally improved over the first, our industry is still being buffeted by volatile global markets and contraction within the energy sector,” GAMA President and CEO Pete Bunce said. “Robust new product development continues in each of our member companies, accentuating the need for streamlined certification processes and efficient validation mechanisms between regulatory authorities. Finally, fair global competitiveness for all GAMA members rests on the need for a global level playing field. Therefore, Export-Import Bank reauthorization remains a key priority for manufacturers.”

FIRST SIX MONTHS SHIPMENTS OF AIRPLANES MANUFACTURED WORLDWIDE
2014
2015
CHANGE
Piston
526
464

-11.8%
Turboprops
273
246
-9.9%
Business Jets
318
305
-4.1%
Total Shipments 1,117
1,015
-9.1%
Total Billings $10.9B $10.4B -4.6%
FIRST SIX MONTHS SHIPMENTS OF ROTORCRAFT MANUFACTURED WORLDWIDE
2014
2015
CHANGE
Piston
144
130
-9.7%
Turbine
358
317
-11.5%
Total Shipments 502
447
-11.0%
Total Billings $2.3B $1.9B -16.8%

 

Continue Reading and download the PDF report on www.gama.aero »

Cessna Certified to Upgrade Early Models with TCAS II 7.1

Cessna Aircraft Company, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) company, today announced it has received certification to offer TCAS II 7.1 upgrades for early model Cessna Citation business jets. Available now at company-owned service centers, this upgrade will allow operators of applicable aircraft  to comply with European airspace requirements by the end of 2015.

“With the approaching deadline for TCAS compliance in Europe, this certification allows early model Citation operators the ability to upgrade their aircraft directly from the manufacturer,” said Brad Thress, senior vice president, Customer Service. “The upgrades can be completed along with regular maintenance or independently, usually as a simple software change, though some may require new hardware as well.”

Starting on Dec. 1, 2015, all aircraft already equipped with TCAS and weighing more than 5,700 kg will be required to have the version 7.1 software upgrade to the Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS II) in order to operate in European airspace.  Recent model Citations, as well as applicable Beechcraft King Airs and Hawker business jets, already comply or have certified solutions available.

Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System TCAS

Solutions offered under the new certification are for Citation models CJ2, Citation II/SP, Citation SII, Bravo, V Ultra, Encore, Encore+, Excel, XLS, Citation III, Citation VI, Citation VII, Sovereign, and Citation X.

Continue Reading about the Cessna upgrade on txtav.com »

ANALYSIS: LABACE approaches amid regional instability

The 12th Latin American Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition will open its doors on 11 August in a region mired in political and economic instability.

LABACE 2014

The three-day annual event – held at Congonhas airport, São Paulo, Brazil – is now a permanent fixture on the aviation calendar thanks to the significance of the region to the business aircraft industry.

With an installed base of more than 2,700 business jets and turboprops, Latin America is home to the third largest business aircraft fleet by continent, after North America and Europe. While its position on the continental fleet roster is assured for some time to come, Latin America is losing its lustre as the deepening financial crisis takes its toll on new aircraft sales.

Continue Reading About LABACE On www.flightglobal.com »

Business Aviation Industry-wide Shipments Lagging

There are a variety of measures to gauge the state of the business aviation sector—overall it has been struggling since 2010 when the worst recession since the 1930s officially ended—and based on shipment data for the second quarter of 2015 it is sputtering.

For the period ended June 30, industry-wide airplane shipments were down more than 9%, while billings were off 4.6%, to $10.4 billion, compared to the same period a year ago. Moreover, the decline wasn’t restricted to just one segment. Business jet manufacturers shipped 4.1% fewer airplanes, for a total of 305 aircraft. Turboprop shipments fell 9.9%, to 246, while the number of piston-powered airplane shipments declined 11.8%, to 526 units.

While second-quarter shipments were an improvement over the first three months of the year, the industry continues to be buffeted by volatile global markets and contraction within the energy sector, General Aviation Manufacturers Association President and CEO Pete Bunce noted. All the same, there were notable exceptions to the disappointing second-quarter activity.

Continue Reading about business aviation shipments on www.forbes.com »

NetJets to get first Citation Latitude in July 2016

Fractional ownership company NetJets has firmed up the delivery schedule for its Cessna Citation Latitude business jets, with the first of the midsize type set to enter its operation in July 2016.

Cessna Citation Latitude exterior

The Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary – the world’s largest operator of business aircraft – placed an order in 2012 for 25 Latitudes as part a multi-billion dollar overhaul of its 500-strong fleet.

It says the aircraft, worth $16 million each, will be absorbed into its US and European fleets over a two-year period.

cessna-citation-latitude in flight

NetJets also has options for 125 of the nine-passenger model, which received US Federal Aviation Administration certification in June and is poised to enter service this month.

Continue Reading about the NetJets Citation Latitude www.flightglobal.com »

JetOptions Showcases Selected Private Aircraft for Sale August 19th 2015

Saturday, May 11th, 2019

Selected Private Aircraft for Sale August 19th, 2015

This is our weekly installment of selected private aircraft for sale from our friends at GlobalAir.com. They are celebrating their 20th anniversary this year. Since 1995 GlobalAir has been the world’s leader in listing aircraft for sale. Their goal is to connect aircraft sellers and buyers and to allow them to find, showcase and sell their aircraft not only locally but to a worldwide market. Some of our aircraft charter clients that decided to purchase an aircraft used GlobalAir.com as a research tool and found it informative and easy to use. Because of the feedback from our clients, JetOptions is featuring them on our website as a resource we recommend. They provide a great experience whether you are listing or looking to purchase a private aircraft. At Globalair.com you will find a large variety of private aircraft for sale, wanted aircraft, as well as leasing opportunities. On a weekly basis we showcase selected private aircraft here. Finding an aircraft for sale on GlobalAir.com can be done quickly and with ease by using the many different search features they offer. You can search by aircraft broker, aircraft manufacturer, and aircraft classification. They also offer the ability to compare aircraft for sale side by side. Whether you are buying or selling a private aircraft, GlobalAir.com is the place to start.

If you want to take a similar aircraft for a spin before you buy, you can also charter all of the business jets you see below from JetOptions.

The private aircraft for sale we are featuring this week: 1992 Citation V, 2001 Challenger 604, 1981 Challenger 600, 2006 Global 5000, and 2008 Citation CJ2+:

 

 

Citation V For Sale
Citation V For SaleCitation V For Sale
1992 Citation V
SN: 560-0199
  • Brought to you by Textron Aviation
  • Cabin seating for 7 passengers arranged in a center-club configuration.
  • XM Radio
  • Dual executive tables & custom tailored seats
  • Garmin 796 Satellite Weather and Moving Map
  • RVSM Capable
  • Charter Cessna Citation V from JetOptions

Challenger 604 For Sale
Challenger 604 For SaleChallenger 604 For Sale
  • Brought to you by Cerretani Aviation Group, LLC
  • 9-Passenger executive interior with four place club seating
  • Aircell AXXESS WLAN System
  • Rockwell Collins Tailwind 300 Satellite TV
  • Dual 18” Bulkhead Monitors
  • Features a standard large S-style galley with microwave oven, high temp oven and dual coffee makers, full service lavatory and baggage compartment
  • Charter Bombardier Challenger 604 from JetOptions

Challenger 600 For Sale
Challenger 600 For SaleChallenger 600 For Sale
  • Brought to you by General Aviation Services, LLC
  • 9-Passenger Interior Includes: Forward Four Place Individual Seats in Club Arrangement
  • Aircell Satellite Flight Phone w/Cabin and Cockpit Handsets
  • Galley w/ Extra Crystal & Decanter Storage w/ Microwave Oven & Coffee Maker.
  • RVSM Certified; Triple Universal UNS-1F FMS
  • New Front & Back Flat Screen Monitors w/ DVD & Airshow
  • Charter Bombardier Challenger 600 from JetOptions

Global 5000 For Sale
Global 5000 For SaleGlobal 5000 For Sale
  • Brought to you by Jeteffect, Inc
  • Original 13 passenger configuration
  • One Fortune 50 Owner Since New, FAR 91 operated
  • Engines enrolled on JSSI (pro-rated), APU on MSP Gold
  • Enrolled on Smart Parts
  • High speed internet, Satellite Television
  • Charter Bombardier Global 5000 from JetOptions

Citation CJ2+ For Sale
Citation CJ2+ For SaleCitation CJ2+ For Sale
2008 Citation CJ2+
SN: 525A-0404
  • Brought to you by Textron Aviation
  • Currently in paint August 2015
  • Cabin seating for seven passengers
  • Collins ProLine 21 Integrated Flight Director/Autopilot with 3-tube 8 x 10 inch AMLCD’s.
  • Collins WXR-800 Weather Radar
  • AirCell ST-3100 phone system
  • Charter Cessna Citation CJ2+

Embraer in China, Long Range Business Jets, Onboard Connectivity, Emergency Training, Global 7000

Wednesday, May 8th, 2019

Business aviation and business jets are evolving constantly and we always keep up to date with training, education, trends and news about the industry to better serve our clients. Following are business aviation news articles and stories from around the world that grabbed our attention this week ending December 16th, 2016:


Embraer Scores In China

Add China to the list of more than 30 other countries where U.S.-made Phenom 300 aircraft—the world’s most popular business jet for the last three years, with the highest number of deliveries—now operates.

Embraer delivered two of the light aircraft to Colorful Yunnan General Aviation Co., Ltd., a newly established business jet customer based in Yunnan province in Southwest China. The company will employ them in a variety of missions, including business and high-end leisure travel, as well as customized tourism, disaster-relief work and medical-rescue.

Continue reading about Embraer in China on Forbes.com->


Range Matters for Middle East Business Jet Buyers

Whether for business or leisure, for the ultra-wealthy of the Arabian Gulf, being able to fly without stopping to New York and other US East Coast cities is a major plus. There is currently one business jet able to perform such a task – the Gulfstream G650ER. As a result, the Savannah-based manufacturer’s flagship performs strongly in the region.

Whether for business or leisure, for the ultra-wealthy of the Arabian Gulf, being able to fly without stopping to New York and other US East Coast cities is a major plus. There is currently one business jet able to perform such a task – the Gulfstream G650ER. As a result, the Savannah-based manufacturer’s flagship performs strongly in the region.

But Savannah will not have the market to itself for much longer. Bombardier was at the Middle East Business Aviation Association show in Dubai promoting the virtues of the Global 7000. The large-cabin type – which has just begun flight testing – will also be able to reach the Big Apple in a single flight when it enters service in 2018.

The Canadian manufacturer believes the Global 7000’s size advantage over its rival from across the border will give it the edge in the Middle East.

And for those with a bit more cash to splash, Boeing says its newly launched BBJ Max 7 will be the first airliner-derived business jet to fulfill that mission: although Airbus suggests that its much earlier-to-service ACJ319neo is likely to develop extra range during the three years’ head start it has on the adapted 737.

Continue reading on FlightGlobal.com->


Special Report: Onboard Connectivity

The onboard connectivity market remains one of the hottest and fastest growing segments of business aviation and for good reason. Business aviation travelers and crews these days insist on being connected to the internet or cell systems to do everything from monitoring their email and surfing the web, to being able to “text and talk” using smartphones and other devices while en route.

The onboard connectivity market remains one of the hottest and fastest growing segments of business aviation and for good reason. Business aviation travelers and crews these days insist on being connected to the internet or cell systems to do everything from monitoring their email and surfing the web, to being able to “text and talk” using smartphones and other devices while en route.

Gone are the days when these services were considered perks. Travelers demand continuous connectivity while en route from takeoff to landing, for both domestic and international travel. And they expect connection speeds to be as fast as those they have at home or in their offices, which puts pressure on owners and operators to make sure their onboard connectivity systems are capable of meeting those demands.

Once, passengers might have accepted some compromise in onboard Wi-Fi offerings available on business jets, but that is rapidly changing. That is due, in part, to the connectivity gains made by commercial airlines, which increasingly are offering more and faster services. Business aircraft clients and crew now expect owners and operators to not only offer internet access, but also ensure that the quality of the service is at least equal to that offered by many commercial carriers.

Continue reading about onboard connectivity on NBAA.0rg->


Training Business Aircraft Passengers for Emergencies

How alert are you as a passenger on a flight in a business aircraft? Do you pay attention to the pre-flight safety briefing? Do you become absorbed in work or conversations throughout the flight?

What would you do if your phone or computer overheated and caught fire, and the cabin suddenly filled with smoke? Or a fellow passenger became seriously ill? Would you know where to locate a fire extinguisher or defibrillator, or how to use them? What if the plane crash-landed?

Aircraft passengers need to be in mental “Condition Orange,” advises Louisa Fisher, program manager for cabin safety at FlightSafety International and vice chair of the NBAA Flight Attendants Committee. “Condition Orange means something could happen, but you’re already thinking of your options of what to do.”

Condition Orange is part of a color-coding situational awareness system developed originally for the military and law enforcement by the late Jeff Cooper. In Condition Green, you are relaxed and unaware of what’s around you; for example, iPhone on, earplugs in, focus somewhere far away. Your reaction times to an emergency will be slower, and you are more susceptible to becoming a statistic in a disaster. In Condition Orange, you are more vigilant of your surroundings and have a “what if” plan in your head.

WHY TRAIN YOUR PASSENGERS?

It’s not enough to assume that the flight attendant or flight technician, if one is onboard, will take care of any crisis. Passengers – especially frequent flyers – should be knowledgeable about the safety and medical equipment available and procedures for their use.

Continue reading about training business aircraft flight crews for emergencies on NBAA.org->


Bombardier Banking on Global 7000 To Boost Revenues

The new Global 7000 is expected to drive up Bombardier Business Aircraft’s revenues by $3 billion between its service entry in 2018 and the end of 2020, division president David Coleal said today at Bombardier’s investor day. To date, the Global 7000 has logged more than 30 hours over 15 flights, with certification flying to ramp up next year as more flight-test vehicles come online. The aircraft is sold out “through 2020,” he added.

Coleal also said that Bombardier’s business jet division is looking to double its aftermarket revenues from now until 2020. The installed base of Bombardier business jets will climb beyond 5,000 aircraft in 2020, fueling growth in service and part sales, he noted. To help meet this demand, the company is expanding its service network. This includes a new 300,000-sq-ft Bombardier Business Aircraft service center at Hollywood International Airport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, slated to be finished in 2018.

Continue reading about Global 7000 on AINOnline.com->

Falcon 7X, Global Jet Capital Acquisition, Europe Flight Activity Down, Airbus Pax Stacking

Monday, May 6th, 2019

The Falcon 7X is a Business Jet That Thinks It’s a Racing Plane

Reno Air Races attendees got to see the Dassault Falcon 7X pull some serious speed around the track this year

At the National Championship Air Races in Reno, spectators get to watch low-altitude wingtip-to-wingtip racing action around a set racecourse. That’s the main event, but the 200,000 onlookers are also treated to fantastic military and civilian aerial demonstrations. When a group of highly modified WWII aircraft or high-performance kit-built airplanes aren’t furiously circling the course, a series of stunt pilots and aerobatic performers put on a show. This year, though, attendees got to see something a little different.

Dassault Falcon 7x at Reno air races

Each day at noon, French aircraft manufacturer Dassault Falcon flew a solo lap around the circuit in its flagship Falcon 7X trijet. The flight was for exhibition only; the plane did not officially compete in the races. But with a top speed pushing 600 mph and impressive maneuverability, the 7X would make for fine competition among the other fast movers in the Jet Class. Not bad for a business jet.

Dassault Falcon 7x at the Reno Air Races

The 7X was born from technology found in the company’s military fighter aircraft like the Rafale. That includes becoming the first business jet with a digital fly-by-wire flight control system. Since certification in 2007, Falcons have become known known for their robust design, unparalleled flying qualities, and spacious quiet cabins.

Continue reading about the Dassault Falcon 7X on popularmechanics.com>>


Global Jet Capital buys $2.5 billion GE Corporate Aircraft Finance portfolio

Global Jet Capital, the specialist business jet financier that launched last year, has bought GE’s $2.5 billion US corporate aircraft finance portfolio. The 16 people who work in GE’s corporate jet finance team will also move to Global Jet Capital.

The portfolio consists of more than 300 aircraft in the US, Canada, Mexico and Latin America. It is made up of both loans and leases.

“We are investing heavily in growing the business both organically and through strategic acquisitions such as this one with GE. This is a prime example of our industry expertise and investment capital coming together to evaluate and identify an opportunity to expand the business in a disciplined, carefully measured way,” said Shawn Vick, executive director of Global Jet Capital. “The price point of these business aircraft range between $25 and $75 million on average, and corporate users and high net worth individuals will seek competitive financing solutions rather than allocate their own cash resources which are better invested in their own businesses.”

Continue reading about Global Jet Capital on corporatejetinvestor.com>>


European flight activity continues to decline in September

There were 4.3% fewer business aviation flights in September 2015, versus the same period in 2014.

According to WINGX Advance’s September Business Aviation Monitor, there were significant drops in flight activity in key business aviation markets in Western Europe.

The steepest drop was in the UK, where an eight percent year-on-year drop was recorded, with similar declines also seen in Italy, Spain and Switzerland.

The steepest drops in activity were seen in Russia, Turkey and Estonia, with all three countries seeing double digit declines.

Whilst most of Europe saw a slowdown in activity, there were a few countries where the flight activity has risen.

Iceland, Portugal and the former Eastern bloc countries helped Europe’s activity trend for 2015 to be -1.4%.

Continue reading about declining European flight activity on corporatejetinvestor.com>>


This story is another reason why private jet charter is better than commercial:

No, Airbus, I Don’t Want to Be Stacked

No thank you, Airbus, I don’t fancy sitting on top of other passengers in an A380 or larger plane, and worrying about more people breathing the same recycled, often staler, air pumped into the cabin.

Airbus proposal for people stacking

Reports have been emerging that Airbus filed a U.S. patent application this month to stack passengers on two levels within the same cabin.

Continue reading about Airbus on Huffingtonpost.com>>

Select Private Jets for Sale: 2008 Hawker 900XP, 2007 Premier 1A, 1981 Falcon 20F-5BR, 1995 Gulfstream IV/SP, 2003 Citation CJ2

Sunday, May 5th, 2019

Featured Private Jets for Sale – March 15th 2016: 2008 Hawker 900XP, 2007 Premier 1A, 1981 Falcon 20F-5BR, 1995 Gulfstream IV/SP, 2003 Citation CJ2

This is our regular installment of selected private jets for sale from our friends at GlobalAir. They have been in business for over 20 years. Since 1995 GlobalAir has been the world’s leader in listing aircraft for sale. Their goal is to connect aircraft sellers and buyers and to allow them to find, showcase and sell their aircraft not only locally but to a worldwide market. Some of our aircraft charter clients that decided to purchase an aircraft used GlobalAir.com as a research tool and found it informative and easy to use. Because of the positive feedback from our clients, JetOptions is featuring them on our website as a resource we recommend. They provide a great experience whether you are listing or looking to purchase a private aircraft. At Globalair you will find a large variety of private jets and other private aircraft for sale, wanted aircraft, as well as leasing opportunities. On a regular basis we showcase a selection of 5 private jets that are new to the market and are for sale. Finding an aircraft for sale on GlobalAir.com can be done quickly and with ease by using the many different search features they offer. You can search by aircraft broker, aircraft manufacturer, and aircraft classification. They also offer the ability to compare aircraft for sale side by side. Whether you are buying or selling a private aircraft, GlobalAir.com is the place to start.

If you want to take a similar aircraft for a spin before you buy, you can also charter all of the business jets, corporate jets and executive jets you see below from JetOptions.


 

 

 

2008 Hawker 900XP For Sale
2008 Hawker 900XP For Sale2008 Hawker 900XP For Sale

2008 Hawker 900XP

SN: HA-0062

  • Brought to you by Corporate Lift
  • ATG 5000 GOGO WIFI HIGH-SPEED INTERNET
  • GOGO Text & Talk capable
  • SATCOM-AirCellST-3100 w/dual wireless handsets
  • Airshow 410 CMS -1 Cabin Management System
  • You can charter a Hawker 900XP from JetOptions

2007 Premier 1A For Sale
2007 Premier 1A For Sale2007 Premier 1A For Sale

2007 Premier 1A

SN: RB-212


Falcon 20F-5 For Sale

1981 Falcon 20F-5BR

SN: 430


1995 Gulfstream IV-SP For Sale
1995 Gulfstream IV-SP For Sale1995 Gulfstream IV-SP For Sale

1995 Gulfstream IV/SP

SN: 1268


2003 Citation CJ2 For Sale
2003 Citation CJ2 For Sale2003 Citation CJ2 For Sale

2003 Citation CJ2

SN: 525A-0168

 

Select Private Jets for Sale: 2008 Challenger 300, 2013 Challenger 605, 1999 Gulfstream IV/SP, 1978 Citation ISP Stallion, 2002 Gulfstream IV/SP

Sunday, May 5th, 2019

Featured Private Jets for Sale – May 18 2016: 2008 Challenger 300, 2013 Challenger 605, 1999 Gulfstream IV/SP, 1978 Citation ISP Stallion, 2002 Gulfstream IV/SP

This is our regular installment of selected business jets for sale from our friends at GlobalAir. They have been in business for over 20 years. Since 1995 GlobalAir has been the world’s leader in listing jets for sale. Their goal is to connect aircraft sellers and buyers and to allow them to find, showcase and sell their aircraft not only locally but to a worldwide market. Some of our aircraft charter clients that decided to purchase an aircraft used GlobalAir.com as a research tool and found it informative and easy to use. Because of the positive feedback from our clients, JetOptions is featuring them on our website as a resource we recommend. They provide a great experience whether you are listing or looking to purchase a private aircraft. At Globalair you will find a large variety of private jets and other private aircraft for sale, wanted aircraft, as well as leasing opportunities. On a regular basis we showcase a selection of 5 private jets that are new to the market and are for sale. Finding an aircraft for sale on GlobalAir.com can be done quickly and with ease by using the many different search features they offer. You can search by aircraft broker, aircraft manufacturer, and aircraft classification. They also offer the ability to compare aircraft for sale side by side. Whether you are buying or selling a private aircraft, GlobalAir.com is the place to start.


 

 

Private jets for sale: 2008 Bombardier Challenger 300
Private jets for sale: 2008 Bombardier Challenger 300Private jets for sale: 2008 Bombardier Challenger 300

2008 Challenger 300

SN: 20184

  • Brought to you by Jetcraft
  • Engines and APU Enrolled on MSP
  • Equipped with Aircell ATG-5000 Gogo Internet and Dual IFIS with XM Weather
  • Currently undergoing 48/96 Month and Landing Gear Inspections at Bombardier Wichita (ICT)
  • JetOptions charters Bombardier Challenger 300

Private jets for sale: 2013 Bombardier Challenger 605
Private jets for sale: 2013 Bombardier Challenger 605Private jets for sale: 2013 Bombardier Challenger 605

2013 Challenger 605

SN: 258713


Private jets for sale: 1999 Gulfstream IV/SP
Private jets for sale: 1999 Gulfstream IV/SPPrivate jets for sale: 1999 Gulfstream IV/SP

1999 Gulfstream IV/SP

SN: 1369


Private jets for sale: 1978 Cessna Citation I
Private jets for sale: 1978 Cessna Citation IPrivate jets for sale: 1978 Cessna Citation I

1978 Citation ISP Stallion

SN: 501-0079


Private jets for sale: 2002 Gulfstream IV/SP
Private jets for sale: 2002 Gulfstream IV/SPPrivate jets for sale: 2002 Gulfstream IV/SP

2002 Gulfstream IV/SP

SN: 1480

  • Brought to you by Concentric Aviation
  • Engines Enrolled on Rolls-Royce Corporate Care
  • Avionics Enrolled on Honeywell HAPP
  • TCAS Version 7.1
  • RVSM Capable
  • Airshow 400
  • JetOptions charters Gulfstream IV/SP