30 10, 2020

Flight Safety: 7 Tips to Stay Safe During Covid-19

By |2023-01-18T12:31:09-06:00October 30th, 2020|Educational|

COVID-19 has changed the world, and the aviation industry is no exception to this. Pandemic travel restrictions in the United States almost had a full-on shutdown of domestic flights. While that didn't happen completely, the amount of domestic flights has declined. Commercial air travel in the United States is down just over 30% from this time last year, and we expect things to worsen before they start to get better. Most people are not ready to start [...]

19 10, 2020

Buy-Now, Fly FET-Free Jet Card Offers Are Taking Off

By |2023-01-18T12:25:43-06:00October 19th, 2020|Educational|

By Doug Gollan Reasons private jet owners, individuals, and companies buy jet cards include supplemental lift for family members and executives, as well as specialized missions where their current aircraft aren’t a fit. It’s also not uncommon for aircraft owners to buy jet cards for that transition period between selling an existing airplane and getting the new one onboard since timing doesn’t always mesh perfectly. At Private Jet Card Comparisons, I see it all, from subscribers who [...]

13 10, 2020

Valuing Experimental Amateur-Built (E-AB) Aircraft

By |2023-01-18T12:21:29-06:00October 13th, 2020|Appraisals|

By Ken Dufour, ASA, MAM, ATP, CFI and Jason Zilberbrand, ASA, CAA, ISA AM, AOA AM, MRAeS Experimental amateur-built aircraft, often called “homebuilts” because they are typically built in people’s garages and basements, are the fastest-growing new aircraft segment in the United States. Amateur built aircraft are built by individuals and certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as “experimental amateur-built” (E-AB). Advantages You get to build it Succeeding on a big project gives you a huge [...]

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