All posts tagged 'aircraft brokers'

Busy, busy, busy

One of the many ways that GlobalAir.com aids the online aviation community is with its Aircraft Exchange, a host of aircraft for sale listings from brokers, dealers and individuals featuring all sorts of business and personal aircraft.

Thanks to our new partnership with Steve Weaver Aircraft Sales High Performance Aircraft, Inc. and The Plane Exchange Network we now have more than 80 additional aircraft listed on our site alone since mid-week last week.

Be sure to check out each page. We are excited to feature their aircraft.

In addition to our daily influx of aircraft ads, along with these new additions, our production department has been quite a beehive during the past several days.

Each being custom and unique, the advertisements we build for clients demand time and attention. As such, this blog has been quiet since lunchtime Friday. Our posting pattern soon again will return to normal. 

Expect the usual mid-morning news post to arrive late this afternoon, jam-packed with as much information as ever. It will return to its regular time slot Tuesday morning. 

Thanks once again for reading.

 

Advice on looking for an aircraft broker (via PlaneConversations.com)

Our friends at PlaneConversations.com posted an informative piece in the world of aircraft sales. Part of a larger series, it gives a breakdown of what to look when choosing an aircraft broker or dealer.

Like all professions, the aircraft brokerage business has people who do their jobs well, those who do their jobs poorly, and others in between.  Some of the most reputable brokers I know do not own aircraft inventory themselves.  However, if a broker (someone selling somebone else’s aircraft) is also a dealer (someone who buys aircraft for his own inventory), then it stands to reason that they know a little something about purchasing an aircraft.  So, find out whether your buyer’s agent/broker is also a dealer.Like all professions, the aircraft brokerage business has people who do their jobs well, those who do their jobs poorly, and others in between.  Some of the most reputable brokers I know do not own aircraft inventory themselves.  However, if a broker (someone selling somebone else’s aircraft) is also a dealer (someone who buys aircraft for his own inventory), then it stands to reason that they know a little something about purchasing an aircraft.  So, find out whether your buyer’s agent/broker is also a dealer.

Read the full piece here.

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