Following the pandemic and its effects on travel, the need for the flexibility and control that flying privately provides has increased. So if you have a cool $18 million (on average) to spend, the largest international buyer, seller and trader of business jets, Jetcraft® , a company with over 60 years of expertise, offers its top tips for buying a private jet.
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Jetcraft suggests that you:
DO consider your needs - Where do you want to fly to? How many people will be traveling at any one time? What’s your budget? Talk these through with an expert, before starting to look for the best aircraft to ensure all your needs are met.
DON’T disqualify an aircraft due to cosmetics – Although it may seem natural to gravitate towards details such as the colour of the paint or leather, changing cosmetics is relatively simple and inexpensive compared to the overall cost of the aircraft.
DO consult the experts - Although it sounds self-serving, the best tip is to work with a trusted advisor. In this challenging market, it’s especially important to work with a representative who can source aircraft from around the world, offer early access to inventory before it hits the market and help buyers plan, budget and negotiate the very best deals quickly and efficiently.