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Flying Private, 6 Most Expensive Private Jets, Uber of Private Jets Doomed to Fail

Monday, May 13th, 2019

Finding the Right Fit for Flying Private Jets

Carlos Urrutia’s job is to fly private jets. But when he is on board the Bombardier Challenger 300, which he has flown for tens of thousands of hours, he does much more than that.

He welcomes the passengers on board. He stows their luggage. He offers each passenger a drink before takeoff, anything from water to coffee to a cocktail that he will mix. If someone can’t figure out how to work one of the eight seats that swivel or close the lavatory door, he’ll walk back while his co-pilot takes over and explain how it works.

Mr. Urrutia’s plane will also arrive at the destination faster and with less frustration than any first-class traveler on a commercial airline could dream of. It’s a nice way to travel — if you can afford the $10,000 an hour for the trip.

This is the world of private aviation. But even in that world, there are degrees of convenience, comfort and, to many, excess.

Continue reading on nytimes.com ->


6 Most Expensive Private Jets in the World

Today it’s a flight time in the high class – we bring you the 6 Most Expensive Private Jets in the World. Nowadays, airplanes are common things, with millions of passengers traveling by planes every day. Airplanes provide faster traveling and commodities and allow you to visit the long-distant locations easily. As in every other sphere of life, the exclusivity of private jets is reserved for the wealthy ones. They choose the private option, with jets produced only for this purpose and suited for their needs. Even though many air companies provide exquisite services to the wealthy people, many prefer to travel private in their own jets.

Today, we list the private airplanes of the super-rich people who pay enormous amounts of money to travel with exclusivity and style. Some of the planes on the list are worth as much as big airbuses owned by airline companies. The super-fast planes transport their owners to the corners of the Earth fast, and with style; the luxury of those planes enables the passengers to enjoy their flight in five-star cabins better than in many hotels. Let’s see the 6 most expensive private jets in the world.

6. Boeing 747-81 VIP owned by Joseph Lau

Boeing 747 81 VIP owned by Joseph Lau

5. Boeing 767-33A/ER owned by Roman Abramovich

Boeing 767 33AER owned by Roman Abramovich

4. Boeing 747-400 owned by Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal

Boeing 747 400 owned by Prince Al Waleed bin Talal

3. Boeing 747-430 owned by Sultan of Brunei

Boeing-747-430-Owner-Sultan-of-Brunei

2. Airbus A340-300 owned by Alisher Usmanov

Airbus A340 300 owned by Alisher Usmanov

1. Airbus A380 owned by Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal

Read the full story on insidermonkey.com ->


Why the ‘Uber of private jets’ is doomed to fail

The “sharing economy” refers to peer-to-peer technology companies that enable people to rent out unused assets, spare rooms, and parked cars. “Sharing” sounds touchier-feelier than “renting” or “brokering”. Its beauty is that the companies doing the enabling don’t own what they sell. Airbnb, the world’s largest lodging company, is valued at $24bn, but owns no hotels; Uber, at $50bn, doesn’t own a single car. Brilliant!

The explosive growth of the sharing economy has been driven by the networking effect of the internet. Now, a gold-rush mentality is at hand. Homestay enables you to rent out your spare room. Hovelstay brings garages and potting sheds into the fold. There are dozens of others. Vrumi turns your spare bedroom into someone else’s office. Where next for “space-recycling”? That luggage box atop your car, those empty rubbish bins … monetise them!

These disruptors are discovering whole strata of consumers who previously couldn’t afford to travel and lodge. Can space-recycling go upmarket? Onefinestay has shown that it can. The Stockholm Syndrome that held travelers captive in outmoded and expensive hotels and taxis is melting in the heat of creative destruction. No doubt Uber and Airbnb will evolve into sinister yet hackable personal databases, but that’s another story.

Is private aviation next for Uberisation? Rise is an American start-up aspiring to add “dead legs” and jet downtime to the sharing bucket list. Monetising idle jets is the Holy Grail, but I confidently predict Rise’s fall. However, Nick Kennedy, Rise’s messianic founder, deserves credit for fusing a subscription model to the sharing model.

Continue reading on Newsweek.com->


Flying on a private jet is getting much cheaper

Several startups are now allowing travelers to book single seats — which is making this a more affordable option.

The appeal of private air travel is hard to ignore: easy-to-reach airports, quiet terminals, no lines or long waits, reliable departure times, a peaceful flight. Traditionally, such privilege came at a steep price. You either had to charter your own aircraft with a broker or invest in a fractional ownership plan.

With the advent of by-the-hour programs like the Marquis Jet Card from NetJets, prices have come down a bit in recent years, though paying $5,000 an hour (or more) for a private plane is still relatively common. But several upstart companies are now allowing travelers to book single seats rather than entire planes—finally making this form of travel relatively affordable for people who don’t count themselves among the mogul and movie-star set.

Continue reading on Fortune.com->

Gulfstream G500, Europe Bizav Still Sluggish, Aircraft Acquisition Planning, Embraer 3Q Aircraft Deilveries

Sunday, May 12th, 2019

Gulfstream G500 Surpasses 100 Flight Hours

Ground Testing, Avionics Checks Have Begun On Second And Third Test Articles

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced that the G500 has achieved several flight-test milestones, including surpassing more than 100 hours of flight. The accomplishments come just 12 months after Gulfstream announced the all-new G500 and G600 aircraft programs in an Oct. 14, 2014, ceremony at its Savannah headquarters.

Gulfstream G500

As of Oct. 13, 2015, the G500 flight test aircraft had successfully completed more than 45 missions. The longest of those was 5 hours and 22 minutes for a total aircraft flight time of more than 100 hours. In the five months since the aircraft’s first flight, it has reached an altitude of 38,500 feet/11,735 meters and a maximum airspeed of Mach 0.80.

Gulfstream G500 display at NBAA 2014

“It’s just really exciting to see how well this aircraft is performing,” said Dan Nale, senior vice president, Programs, Engineering and Test, Gulfstream. “This plane has been flying exactly as expected, which highlights our commitment to quality and our attention to detail. It also reflects the investments we’ve made in labs to support the flight-test program. The team recently flew three missions in one day, with hot refueling between flights, for a total flight time of nearly seven hours. Our test pilots have said the aircraft’s handling qualities are exceptional.”

Gulfstream G500

Continue reading about the G500 on gulfstreamnews.com>>


 

European BizAv Activity Remains Sluggish

Periodic updates of what’s happening in European business aviation always serves as a good reality check to confirm—or balance—the promotional claims of the industry’s original equipment manufacturers (OEM) looking to grow their business outside the United States, which dominates the global market.

Overall flight activity in September was slightly higher than in August, but it was 4% lower compared with the same period a year ago due primarily to softness in Western Europe, according to WINGX, a market research firm based in Hamburg, Germany. For example, the U.K. year-over-year was down 8%. Secondary markets took a big hit, with Russia down 20% in September compared with the year-ago period, and Turkey was off 11%.

Continue reading about Europe’s business aviation activity on Forbes.com>>


 

Aircraft Acquisition Planning and Financing

One of the ultimate attractions of business aviation is the ability to take to the skies on a schedule that fits your company’s needs – be it through charter, fractional ownership, aircraft leasing or an outright business aircraft purchase.

If outright ownership isn’t right for your company’s needs, charter, fractional ownership and, to a lesser degree, aircraft leasing provide scalable options to achieve the benefits of business aircraft use, even if you’re flying only 50 hours a year.

Each form of business aviation usage offers certain advantages, based on the user’s needs and average total flying hours. What follows is a brief overview of some of the more popular options.

CHARTER AND FRACTIONAL

Air charter is often the easiest way to begin using a business aircraft. Typically it’s best for those flying around 50 hours or less per year. The cost of ownership is focused totally on usage. There are no upfront capital costs or maintenance fees. You simply pay for travel time, which makes charter ideal for those who only fly occasionally. Users can fly round-trip, one-way or from one point to another. The main drawbacks to charter are that access and aircraft availability can be limited during high-demand periods, and the tax benefits of aircraft ownership are not available.

Once you reach the 50- to 100-hour per year flying threshold, fractional ownership can start to be a more attractive option. You actually purchase a “share” of an aircraft, which often provides improved aircraft availability and certain tax benefits. However, the upfront costs are higher, since there is a capital expense in purchasing an ownership share of a business aircraft. You also pay a monthly fee for administrative and maintenance costs, plus a per-hour fee for usage. Fractional shares usually are sold for a fixed period of time – usually three to five years. Depending on the contract provisions, ownership shares can then be sold back to the provider at current market value.

Continue reading about aircraft acquisition planning on NBAA.org>>


 

Embraer Delivers 21 Commercial and 30 Executive Jets in 3Q15

During the third quarter of 2015 (3Q15), Embraer (NYSE: ERJ; BM&FBOVESPA: EMBR3) delivered 21 jets to the commercial aviation market and 30 to the business aviation market, for a total of 51 aircraft. The number is 50% higher than in the same period last year, when 34 aircraft were delivered – 19 commercial and 15 executive jets.

Embraer Legacy 650 at DAL

In 3Q15, Embraer delivered the first Legacy 500 midsize jet to a customer in Mexico.

Continue reading about Embraer’s deliveries for the third quarter on embraerexecutivejets.com>>

Why Should You Charter a Private Jet?

Sunday, May 12th, 2019

More Reasons for Private Jet Charter

Convenience, time savings, security and comfort- these are some of the very important aspects of traveling. Whether you’re flying within the United States, crossing the Atlantic or Pacific Ocean, or going from across a continent, wouldn’t you like a little more legroom and VIP treatment? With JetOptions, you can receive all that and more!

Board your private jet directly from your car

Chartering a private jet instead of traveling with a commercial airline does have its perks. From a smooth ride to added safety options, you need not worry about luggage space and airport restrictions. We can also offer aviation insurance. Here are a few other reasons why you should charter a private jet for all your traveling needs:

Your Choice Matters

When opting for a private jet charter, you get to plan your own flight details and do not have to be at the mercy of preset airline schedules and airport regulations. You get to create your own unique travel itinerary where you choose your airport location, date and time of travel, the aircraft model and make, and, of course, the people that will fly with you.

No Long Lines at Commercial Airports

Passengers waiting in long lines at airport

The convenience of not having to stand in long queues at ticket counters and security checkpoints at the airport is one of the many reasons why more and more travelers are chartering private aircraft. Furthermore, with a private jet, you need not arrive two hours before the check-in time. Don’t worry; your plane won’t take off until you make it!

Say Bye-Bye to Luggage Restrictions

Have you ever been stopped at the airport check-in and been told that you cannot carry certain items on-board, such as liquids, aerosol sprays or even nail cutters? Private jet chartering takes those hassles all away. All of our aircraft provide complimentary assorted drinks and snacks but if you want to bring in your favorite juice or beer, take a box full of donuts and bagels, or pick up any catering item and carry it on board your private jet, you can. No luggage weight limits apply either. You are only restricted by the aircraft‘s capacity

Private Jet Baggage Compartment

Ease of Transactions

Unlike ticketing and e-ticketing procedures, chartering a private jet is a simple and hassle-free process. Simply go to JetOptions Charter Quote Request, fill in the details of your trip, and request a no obligation quote. You will be contacted by one of our charter experts wit the information you requested in a short time.


 


Backup Plans

We have created backup plans and processes for almost every unexpected occurrence. Let us take the worry out of flying and let you enjoy your trip.

So the next time you plan on traveling, give us the opportunity to earn your business by contacting us. We will make your traveling easy and an experienced you will want to repeat.

Private Jet Charter, Business Jet Charter, Executive Jet Charter, Corporate Jet Charter, and Private Aircraft Charter explained

Wednesday, May 8th, 2019

Private Jet Charter, Business Jet Charter, Executive Jet Charter, Corporate Jet Charter, and Private Aircraft Charter defined

These terms are often used interchangeably:  Private jet charter, business jet charter, executive jet charter, corporate jet charter and private aircraft charter to name a few. They all refer to the act of renting, on demand, an entire aircraft for your exact travel preferences. This means that you fly on your own schedule (it can be done with only a couple of  hours notice) to whatever destination you choose (even several on the same day). You are able to fly anywhere, at any time on any aircraft you choose.

Private aircraft charter is an an alternative to commercial air travel, which, as we all well know, presents many drawbacks such as long lines, extended wait times, traffic delays, unfriendly service, lack of privacy and limited/rigid scheduling options.  Private aircraft charter users point out that the increased cost over commercial aviation is mitigated by reduced travel time, lower stress levels, and increased privacy. Because of this flexibility and the fact that you are renting the whole aircraft, private aircraft charter is almost always much more expensive than commercial air travel.



Part 135, (FAA) Federal Aircraft Regulations Charter

Aircraft available for charter are generally  operated under FAR Part 135.  When operating under a Part 135 certificate, an owner or operator can lease the aircraft to gain additional utilization. This is typically done to help offset the fixed costs of owning the aircraft. These types of commercial operations can be most beneficial and compatible if the aircraft is used infrequently by its owner. As a Part 135 operator, the company is a certificate-holding entity in the eyes of the FAA and must comply with specific requirements in regard to paperwork, maintenance, and training. As a certificate holder, the operator is subject to additional monitoring from FAA inspectors and has less flexibility in conducting flight operations. These include flying under instrument on approaches when the weather is below minimums, takeoff minimums (there are none for Part 91), flying into airports that may lack weather reporting equipment, mandated crew rest times, and more. Scheduling flexibility and control are more complex because aircraft may be obligated to lease or charter commitments. Insurance, accounting and tax considerations all change under any lease or charter arrangement.

Following are some of the different terminologies:

Private jet charter

These are aircraft are owned by private individuals who make them available for charter. Often, one has to get direct owner permission when chartering these aircraft.

Business jet charter

These aircraft are owned by businesses and corporations who make them available for charter. This term is also used when chartering the aircraft for business purposes.

Executive jet charter

These aircraft are owned by businesses who make them available to their executives for business. When not being used by the executives, they make them available for charter.

Corporate jet charter

This term is very similar to the last entry. Aircraft owned by corporations or businesses that make them available for their highest-level executives in senior management usually with titles beginning with “chief” and are therefore usually called “C-level” or part of the “C-suite”. The traditional three such officers are chief executive officer (CEO), chief operations officer (COO), and chief financial officer (CFO). When not in use, they are made available for charter.

Private aircraft charter

This term is the same as all of the above but it also encompasses non-jet aircraft. Turboprops, piston engine, and helicopters are examples of non-jet aircraft.

Once you have decided that you want to charter a private aircraft, you have the following different types of aircraft to choose from. You can see different models of aircraft with specs, photos, and videos here, but following is a summary of the main choices you have that we hope you find useful for comparing:

Heavy jets, large jets or heavy cabin jets

These jets offer large cabin spaces, stand up height and comforts such as a fully equipped galley and separate living spaces. They are able to comfortably fit between 8 to 18 passengers depending on their configuration. Many also have berthable seats that fold flat to provide sleeping accommodations. These aircraft will also have substantial baggage space. These jet types are generally used for international flights. This may also include nonstop transoceanic travel with a maximum travel range of up to 12 hours flight time or around 6,000 miles for the ultra long range jets. All of the large and heavy cabin jets include an enclosed restroom (lavatory) and a fully-equipped kitchen (galley) with room for preparing and serving food and drinks. All flights have a flight attendant on board. Heavy jet hourly charter rates start at around $5,100.00

Heavy Jets: Global 6000, Legacy 650, Falcon 7X, G650

Super mid jets or super midsize cabin jets

Super mid jets are a step up from mid jets and they are designed to comfortably accommodate eight to nine passengers with generous baggage space. Ideal for longer trips including domestic and transatlantic travel. Their maximum travel range is up to seven hours flight time or 3,500 miles in optimal conditions. All super midsize cabin jets include an enclosed lavatory and typically have a full galley with room for preparing and serving food and drinks that is often found in large jets. They also have generous standing and walking room compared to small and midsize cabin jets. A flight attendant can be made available upon request. Super mid jets hourly charter rates start at around $3,900.00

Super Mid Jets: Gulfstream G280, Citation X, Challenger 350, Falcon 2000S

Mid jets or midsize cabin jets

Designed to comfortably accommodate six to eight passengers with less baggage space than super mid jets. They are ideal for trips within the U.S. and can fly to many U.S. locations nonstop. Their maximum travel range is up to five hours flight time or 2,200 miles in optimal conditions. All midsize cabin jets include an enclosed lavatory and generally have a small galley. They also feature a more comfortable interior arrangement and a taller cabin than the small cabin jet. They typically do not include a flight attendant. Mid jets hourly charter rates start at around $2,900.00

Midsize jets: Gulfstream G150, Citation XLS, Phenom 300, Learjet 60XR

Light jets or small cabin jets

Designed to comfortably accommodate six to seven passengers with modest baggage space. They are best suited for shorter trips where your destination is up to three hours flight time or around a 1,400 mile distance, in optimal conditions. Some light jets include an enclosed lavatory. None have a galley or include a flight attendant. Light jets are usually the most cost effective choice for in the jet category. Light jets hourly charter rates start at around $2,000.00

Light jets: CJ3, CJ4, Hawker 400XP, Learjet 45

Turboprops

Propeller aircraft powered by a jet engine. They have a pressurized but small cabin for between 4 and 7 passengers (there are turboprops with higher capacity), and mostly without a stand up cabin. Range limitations and relatively high cabin noise make turboprops better for the use of flight legs of up to 2 hours. Although turboprop aircraft generate a lower speed than jet equivalents, they are more economical due to greater fuel efficiency and offer more access to smaller airports with limited runways due to their short take-off and landing distance capabilities. A turboprop engine will power the same size cabin over the same distance for less fuel than a jet and at a lower speed. Turboprop hourly charter rates start at around $1,700.00

Turboprops: King Air 350, King Air 250, Pilatus PC12, Avanti P180

There are many beneficial reasons for chartering a private aircraft. Private jet charter and all of the variants we mentioned above allows you to rent any aircraft in any cabin size or aircraft type you prefer for any trip you desire to take. Each trip is individually priced based on your choice of aircraft, flight times, etc. and you pay for each trip. You can see some of the common private jet charter costs you will find here. There is no long term commitment from you since your use will vary for each mission/trip you and it will be on demand.

Call us at 888-535-9538 or email us at Charter@FlyJetOptions.com if you have any questions or want more information regarding private jet charter or if you would like to request a private jet charter quote. We are experts in private jet charter and can answer all your questions.



 

Private Jet Charter is Sensible & Cost Effective for Business

Monday, May 6th, 2019

Private Jet, Executive Jet, Corporate Jet and Business Jet Charter

When you have a meeting that is critical to the success of your business, you require safety, swiftness, convenience, and punctuality. You and your key team members need to arrive on schedule, prepared for the important meeting and with a minimum of delays.  Although the concept of private air travel may seem like a luxury perk of a Fortune 500 company, the steps to obtain private a aircraft are not involved. Chartering is simple with JetOptions, and it is a sensible and cost efficient use of your business’s valuable resources.

Private jet charter is a great tool for many businesses

Maximize Time with a Corporate Jet Flight

Time is an essential and irreplaceable business resource. Time can be spent haphazardly or utilized effectively. You can spend time driving to a congested commercial airport, parking, shuttling, standing in line, getting frisked by TSA agents, waiting to board and sitting on a runway all even as you’re unable to get any work done. Conversely, you could spend your time productively. Private jet travel offers you the opportunity to spend your time in the air preparing your presentation, finalizing your work and meeting with your clients in a private facility instead of a crowded commercial airport.  We can also provide you with ground transportation to and from your flight center.

Use a Professional Private Jet Charter Company

Establishing a relationship with a private jet charter firm can give your company flexibility that you never imagined. You will have an extensive range of choices such as type and size of aircraft, flexible arrival and departure times tailored to your needs, and a selection of over 5000 private jet airports that are often within minutes of most major business complexes.

Private jet charter gives you scheduling flexibility

Business Aviation on your Schedule

There is a big difference between a commercial airline ticket booked months in advance and private plane charter services. The upfront price of an airline ticket is less; however, when you take into account the number of people traveling, and the loss of time and productivity, chartering a private jet is often more cost effective. On a commercial flight, the route and times are dictated by the airline. The airline will allow you no flexibility if your corporate passenger is delayed.  In contrast, a private jet charter is scheduled with only a few hours notice in many cases. The pilot and crew will be in the hangar ready to board and take off the moment you and your team arrive, and the doors close.  Should your important meeting run long or finish early, the jet will be ready to depart at your convenience.

Conduct meetings while traveling using private jet charter

Maximize Privacy and Comfort on a Corporate Flight

Commercial flight seating is configured to maximize the numbers of passengers and without the rider’s comfort in mind. Private jets are designed to allow you and your business team to get work done in an environment similar to your office or boardroom.  Expect outlets for your computers, Wi-Fi, and comfortable workspaces. If rest is needed, you can do so in plush seats that truly recline.

Refreshments and snacks are standard stock. Additional catering can be obtained by simple request. We can provide items from uncomplicated sandwiches to gourmet meals. You can order anything you’d like to ensure that you arrive at your meeting or home refreshed and satisfied.

Private jet charter is an effective business tool

Private jet charter is an effective business tool

Private jet charter is a useful business tool and it is to your advantage to work with a charter specialist at JetOptions. We represent you and your interests by negotiating on your behalf. We ensure that you are provided with the precise aircraft size and services for your trip.  In addition to finding competitive rates, we manage all the logistics of your journey.

Safety In-Flight

We also ensure that your aircraft is safe thru the outside independent rating agencies Wyvern and ARG/US. Additionally, we review safety standards for the charter and make certain that the carrier provides the appropriate insurance.  When flexibility allows, JetOptions can offer you great values when filling empty leg segments. We can also negotiate discounts for repeat charter flights with regular service, and we help to secure the best destination for your arrival to minimize travel time.

Private jet charter is a cost efficient and time-saving travel option. JetOptions Private Jets and its knowledgeable staff look forward to helping you book your next private aircraft!

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Private Jets Sale – Charter: Global Express, GIV, Challenger 604, G550, Challenger 850ER

Friday, February 24th, 2017

Private Jets for Sale – Charter – February 22nd, 2017: 2001 Bombardier Global Express, 1986 Gulfstream IV, 2004 Bombardier Challenger 604, 2011 Gulfstream G550, 2008 Bombardier Challenger 850ER

This is our regular installment of selected private jets for sale (and charter) from our friends at GlobalAir. 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. GlobalAir.com is a great research tool that is informative and easy to use. Because of the positive feedback from our clients that have used GlobalAir, JetOptions is featuring them on our site as a resource we recommend. They provide a great experience whether you are listing or looking to purchase a private jet. At GlobalAir, you will find a large variety of private jets and other private aircraft for sale 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 a private jet 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.

You can charter any of the private jet models you see below and many others from JetOptions.


2001 Global Express

SN: 9080

  • Brought to you by Avpro Inc
  • Enrolled in SmartParts Plus
  • 180 Month Inspection c/w December 2016
  • FANS / WAAS-LPV / ADS-B / 7.1 Upgrades
  • CAMP Maintenance Tracking
  • Charter Global Express heavy jet

1986 Gulfstream IV

SN: 1007

  • Brought to you by Welsch Aviation
  • Houston FSDO Part 135 Certified
  • Excellent U.S. Pedigree
  • No Known Damage History
  • Gulfstream Computerized Maintenance Program
  • 72 Month Inspection Completed December 2016
  • Charter Gulfstream IV heavy jet

2004 Challenger 604

SN: 5566


2011 Gulfstream G550

SN: 5295

  • Brought to you by MENTE Group LLC
  • GAC SAV – C of A Green Delivery Sept 1, 2010
  • GAC LGB – Completion EIS February 21, 2011 w/ LG Electronics
  • Single Owner from EIS
  • Paint: 5 years, Interior: 5 years
  • 2186 Hours APU – No MSP No RRCC on Engines
  • Charter Gulfstream G550 heavy jet

2008 Challenger 850ER

SN: 8072

  • Brought to you by Aurum Jets
  • Aux Fuel Tanks
  • Airshow 4000
  • EASA Ready
  • No Damage History
  • On Engine & APU Programs
  • Delivered with Fresh 96 Month Maintenance & Landing Gear Overhaul
  • Charter Bombardier Challenger 850 heavy jet

Featured Private Jets for Sale: 2013 Gulfstream G550, 2009 Gulfstream G450, 2013 Citation CJ4, 2010 Gulfstream G200, 2007 Citation CJ3

Thursday, June 16th, 2016

Featured Private Jets for Sale – June 16, 2016: 2013 Gulfstream G550, 2009 Gulfstream G450, 2013 Citation CJ4, 2010 Gulfstream G200, 2007 Citation CJ3

This is our regular installment of selected private jets for sale from our friends at GlobalAir. 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.


 

 

2013 Gulfstream G550

SN: 5416

  • Brought to you by Gulfstream Pre-Owned
  • Engines enrolled on Rolls-Royce Corporate Care
  • APU enrolled on MSP
  • Airshow 4000 V2 software
  • Aircell Axxess II Iridium satellite telephone system
  • JetOptions charters Gulfstream G550 jets

2009 Gulfstream G450

SN: 4167

  • Brought to you by GuardianJet
  • One Fortune 100 Owner Since New
  • No Known Damage History
  • Enhanced Vision
  • APU on MSP Gold
  • Airframe on JSSI
  • Engines on Corporate Care
  • JetOptions charters Gulfstream G450 jets

2013 Citation CJ4

SN: 5032


2010 Gulfstream G200

SN: 241


2007 Citation CJ3

SN: 525B-0202