You’ve wanted your own plane from the first time you flew, and now life’s path allows you to get one. But as you’ll soon discover, buying an aircraft is a somewhat unique experience. You’ll need to learn about things like TTAF, Avionics and AD notes.
No Two Planes Are the Same
Ever wonder why there is such a price range in a particular aircraft model you are hunting for? One word: variables. There are many, many variables to consider with each aircraft. One may have a new engine with original avionics and another may have a timed out motor with $50,000 in new radios and glass panel flight displays.
Selling or Buying
If you are buying or selling an aircraft, we can help you determine the value. We can provide upgrade paths for your new airplane or provide a potential buyer to equip your airplane just the way they want it. This can be critical, especially if the buyer is looking to finance the aircraft and upgrade together.