Aircraft for Sale: Blog

Getting Ready to Sell Your Aircraft

Getting ready to sell your aircraft is a big decision. Whether you’ve decided to trade up for a bigger plane or you don’t need a personal aircraft any longer, every seller wants the same outcome: a stress-free, profitable, and relatively fast sale. Today’s used aircraft market is crowded, and it’s important to be strategic and to shift the...

What to Look for In an Aircraft Broker

Hiring the right aircraft broker or sales agent means the difference between a quick, profitable sale and your plane languishing on the tarmac and racking up bills. Sellers make the decision to part with their planes for a wide variety of reasons, from financial need to the decision to upgrade to a larger aircraft. But choosing the right broker...

Aircraft Ferrying: What Should You Look for In a Provider?

Could aircraft ferrying be the solution to finding your dream plane? Many buyers assume that they’re unable to purchase an aircraft they’ve fallen in love with because it’s overseas and the logistics of getting it back to their home airport are overwhelming. In many cases, the buyer is looking at a small aircraft not equipped to make long-distance...

The Craziest Celebrity Private Jets

Take a good look at the celebrity sphere and private aircraft, and it’s no secret that there’s a great deal of money being thrown around on any given day. Some celebrities have more money than they know what to do with, in which case many end up buying private jets. Celebrity private jets can be some of the craziest aircraft in the world, and most...

Best Autumn Flights for Private Pilots

Are you making the most of your personal aircraft? In almost every corner of the world, Mother Nature dishes up some incredible autumn foliage as a sendoff towards winter. Luckily for those in the US and Canada, North America has some of the best fall shows of all. But it’s one thing to take a day trip in your car to soak up all that natural beauty—and...

Potential Tax Perks of Buying an Aircraft

There have been many recent changes in IRS rules and regulations which strongly favor aircraft owners. In recent years, “aircraft depreciation” has been back in tax codes and that’s expected to continue in coming years. In other words, many private pilots are watching as their planes and helicopters depreciate over the years, but you can catch...