Tuesday, August 19, 2014
A 2009 survey conducted by the National Business Aviation Association also highlighted an unexpected yet totally welcome benefit: respondents said that they found themselves 20% more productive in private aircraft than in their offices. Furthermore, their productivity in commercial flights has been measured to drop to approximately 40%. To avail of a private jet’s services permanently or for lease, meeting up with experienced aircraft brokers is the best decision in choosing a craft. Brokers such as Holstein Aviation, Inc. can ensure the quality of the desired aircraft, and they also sell used airplanes that are maintained in excellent condition.
Sunday, August 17, 2014
Despite the comfort and luxury brought by private jets, an owner may choose to sell his craft for various reasons. Now that the economy’s smiling for the private jet industry, the owner may put his private jet for sale or place it on lease so that he can earn from it. According to other analyses, secondhand private jet markets are also booming. Companies with higher corporate earnings and wealth creation are the leading players in increasing the demand for private jets. These factors should be taken into account when considering what to do with your aircraft.
Friday, August 15, 2014
However, it’s not entirely dangerous to fly a multi-engine plane at all. The newer engines of today are designed to be practically immune to mechanical failure, and in the hands of an experienced and skilled pilot, planes like these are also perfectly safe. Also, the main reason behind the development of multi-engine planes was fairly simple: added power. There’s rarely a single-engine plane that can outrun a multi-engine aircraft, as well as carry as much cargo and passengers without a hitch. People intently looking at either a conventional, propeller-driven plane or a newer jet for sale are sure to be a bit confused with choosing which variant would suit their ends. But both single-engine and multi-engine configurations have their own upsides and downsides, and the final decision lies with the buyers themselves.
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
"Aircraft brokers are people who can help in determining the right vehicle for the right purpose. They have a broad knowledge of the different pros and cons of several aircraft on the market, as well as their respective performance capabilities and costs of operation and upkeep. Brokers meet up with their clients and prepare a deal to fit the client’s personal needs and wants, while also adding their own spin into the deal. The aviation market is constantly receiving data and circulating goods; with each update, the market becomes much more complicated; more so for the first-time private plane buyer. This is where aircraft brokers come in, applying their expertise in the management of a large amount of information on the market. "