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  • MESINGER JET SALESBROKERAGE & ACQUISITIONS

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    Aircraft Comparative Analysis: Legacy 650New - International Operations Series

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  • eter Drucker, the late professor ofmanagement and respected author ofmany business textbooks, stated thatthe purpose of a company is to create

    and keep a customer by using its uniquecapabilities to satisfy the obvious and latentneeds of the buyer. Readers of AvBuyer printand digital content include companies andentrepreneurs with needs for Business Aviation.Our editorial resources are directed to helpingthem understand the value of business aircraftand steering their attention to how successfulfirms utilize this highly effective form oftransportation to fulfill business needs.

    We also serve the informational needs ofsales professionals who engage in businessaircraft transactions, thus helping them keepabreast of market conditions, meet customerexpectations and be more successful. Wellinformed buyers and sellers lead to successfuland sustainable relationships.

    Many reasonssome obvious and othersmore subtleexist for using Business Aviation.First and foremost is the need fortransportationan enabling technology foreconomic growth and improved quality of life.The fact that society benefits from a safemeans of time-efficient travel is undisputable.Furthermore, there is no doubt that ScheduledAirlines are unable to provide service to thevast majority of airports throughout the globe.Business Aviation in one of its many formsfrom charter to full ownershipfulfills the needfor timely and efficient travel to manyimportant destinations.

    Effective use of travel time is another keyreason for selecting Business Aviation. Withtodays connectivity, a business aircraft is trulyan office that moves. Travel time becomesparticularly effective business timethere areno interruptions at Flight Level 410. AndBusiness Aviation provides the highest level ofindustrial security. Everyone onboard abusiness aircraft is known to either the leadpassenger or the aircraft crew.

    Decision makers who select Business

    Aviation probably have additional reasons forutilizing it as an element within their mix oftravel options. Some leaders demand theunique control over schedule and mobility thatbusiness aircraft provide. Others may embracethe ethos of enabling the best use of acompanys two most important assetspersonnel and time.

    Business Aviation uniquely satisfies acompanys need to maximize productivity,which in turn maximizes profits forshareholders. Like all industries, marketconditions for buying and selling businessaircraft range from great to challenging as thegeneral economy ebbs and flows. But restassured that the fundamental need for BusinessAviation prevails. Marketing professionals whoaddress that need will succeed, even inchallenging times.

    This MonthWithin this edition, be sure to read whyBusiness Aviation is so important to Justiss Oil,in spite of the difficulties experienced withinthe oil industry at this time (p52). MeanwhileJessica Pownell concludes her series onimporting a jet into the US (p62).

    With EBACE set to take place in Genevalater this month, Mike Chase reviews theEuropean BizAv Fleet (p36). We also look atsome of the basic considerations for anyonelooking to lease an aircraft (p42).

    For the Flight Department, Ken Elliottconcludes his series on Aircraft Connectivity(p72) while Dave Higdon begins a valuableseries on International Operations, developedto inform those with national and internationaltravel needs (p82). And after just completing ajet purchase, Flight Department ManagerAndre Fodor offers some excellent tips onobtaining Added Value from your aircraftpurchase (p86).

    Jack Olcott - Editorial Director & PublisherAvBuyer -Your source for Business Aviation Intelligence

    PSatisfying Need

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    WelcomeEditors EDITORIALEditorial Director / Publisher

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  • Editorial Focus

    The Basics of Business Aviation Leasing:

    With a wide range of types accommodating a variety of needs, what are the key

    considerations behind an aircraft lease?

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    High Flyers Interview:With all the talk of tough times in the oil

    industry, discover the reason the companyKing Air remains indispensable to Justiss Oil

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    82International Business Aviation Operations:

    Dave Higdon starts a new series on transiting the worlds airspace, starting

    with an overview of North America

    Comparative Analysis Embraer Legacy 650

    How does Embraers Legacy 650 square up against Gulfstreams GIV-SP?

    Find out here

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  • ContentsVolume 20, Issue 5May2016

    May 2016 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 9Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AVBUYER.com

    B U S I N E S S A V I A T I O N I N T E L L I G E N C E

    BizAv Intelligence20 Business Aviation Market

    Summary: Market trends, indicators, assessments and forecasts, introduced by Rollie Vincent

    36 2016 European BizAv FleetReport: Using JETNET data,Mike Chase assesses the healthof the worlds second largestbizjet, and third largest busi-ness turboprop fleet

    48 Business Aviation Market Insights: Discover Mike & Don Dwyer, Guardian Jets perspec-tives and thoughts on the BizAv Market

    Boardroom56 The Consultants Dilemma:

    With the complexities of an aircraft transaction, David Wyndham highlights the impor-tance for a consultant to serve just one master

    62 Tips for Importing a Jet (3 of 3):Attorney Jessica Pownell concludes her discussion of contractual issues involved when importing an aircraft to the US registry

    66 Flying to Cuba: Everyones talk-ing about travelling there. Ifyoure one of them, be sure todo your insurance homeworkbefore flying, warns Stuart Hope

    Flight Department72 Aircraft Connectivity (Part 5):

    Ken Elliott concludes his five-part series, this month with anintriguing take on the future ofaircraft connectivity

    86 Buying a Jet - Extract AddedValue: How do you get themost from your business jetpurchase longer term? FlightDepartment Manager AndreFodor offers his tips!

    90 Assessing Safety Risks: Theresmore to transitioning frompaper to electronic flight bagsthan meets the eye, warnsMario Pierobon

    94 Retail Price Guide: 20-yearUltra Long Range & LargeCabin jet price guide from TheAircraft Bluebook

    100 Specifications: Ultra LongRange & Large Cabin jet per-formance and specificationscomparisons

    Community118 New vs Used: Citation XLS+ vs

    Citation III Cost Comparison;OEM Bites; Arrivals & Events

    Next Month Aircraft Comparative Analysis Pilatus PC-12 Family

    International Business Aviation Ops Series (Europe) Plane Sense on Electronic Flight Bags

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  • MESINGER JET SALES

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    the path to success seem daunting.

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    way, the journey will feel effortless.

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    2013 Challenger 300, SN 20415NOW ASKING: $14,750,000

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    SERIAL NUMBER: 5180, N1FSHOURS: 3,983LANDINGS: 1,492

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    SERIAL NUMBER: 2027, N1FCHOURS: 1,525LANDINGS: 1,010

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  • BIZAV INTELLIGENCE MARKET INDICATORS

    20 AVBUYER MAGAZINE May 2016 Aircraft Index see Page 169www.AVBUYER.com

    lthough it took longer to arrive,change has also now become evidentin the large-cabin business jet. Thismarket segment, which actually

    expanded in the aftermath of the financial crisiswhen the rest of the market was shrinking,accounted for an impressive 76% of the value ofnew business jet shipments worldwide in 2015.

    Changing fortunes throughout much of 2015have been driving increased inventory, lower pricesand pressures to lower production rates at theOEMs. So, whats going on here, and whats theoutlook for 2016?

    There are currently six manufacturers producinglarge-cabin business jets (Airbus, Boeing,Bombardier, Dassault, Embraer and Gulfstream).Textron has announced plans to join the fray withits new Citation Hemisphere sometime around2020.

    This segment of the market held up relativelywell after the global financial crisis, fueled by far-flung emerging market demand, strongcommodity prices, and relatively strong localcurrencies. These enabling factors changedbeginning in the second half of 2014, with thecollapse of world oil prices and concerns about thesustainability of high-growth economies like thosein the BRIC countries.

    With model mix changes and the ramp-up inproduction of recently certified models fromEmbraer, Textron and HondaJet in particular, weforecast that the large cabin share will slip to 66%of the value of new jet shipments in 2016, thusremaining a very significant (albeit diminished)segment of the market.

    Results from the Q1 2016 JETNET iQ survey ofmore than 500 business aircraft owners/operatorsin 64 countries point to diminished optimismregarding the state of Business Aviation markets(see Charts A & B). Optimists outnumberPessimists by 1.5-to-1, down sharply from 2.94-to-1 in Q4 2015, reflecting the lowest overalloptimism measured by JETNET iQ Surveys overthe past 16 quarters.

    Compared to prior quarters, scores weresharply lower for large-cabin business jetowners/operators (those with aircraft in the

    Challenger 600-Series/Falcon 2000 families andlarger). Worldwide, large-cabin pessimists nowoutnumber optimists representing a dramatic shiftin sentiment that has been playing out over thepast several quarters, but that became especiallynoticeable in Q4 2015.

    After several years where the large cabinsegment appeared to be almost immune from themarket vagaries and supply/demand pressuresaffecting the small and medium jet categories, thetimes are a-changin.

    Regionally, owners/operators in North Americaremain the most optimistic in Q1 2016, but resultsare down significantly from Q4 2015 basedprimarily on changing sentiments in the large jetcommunity. Results for the Rest of World encompassing Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa andCIS, where large jets are well represented in thefleet reflect the lowest sentiment scores we havemeasured in four years.

    The G650 MeasureWith the softening of the large cabin market, manyobservers are keenly watching the recentmaturation of the Gulfstream G650/G650ERsegment, the last of the post-2008 recessionholdouts to the reality that prices actually fall withaircraft age.

    At a macro level, the G650 is not immune fromsharply slower demand from emerging marketslinked to consistently low global commodity pricesand weakened national currencies. These haveliterally taken their toll on sales prospect pipelinesacross all of the OEMs, and are like a falling tidethat is lowering all boats, especially impactinglarge cabin and long-range business jet models.

    With 11.2% of the combined G650/G650ERfleet available for sale amidst reports of fallingprices at press time, at this point, several questionsarise: Has the G650 market simply matured to the

    point that, with almost 170 aircraft in service,availability and pricing are not significantlydifferent from the overall business jet fleet?

    If so, how quickly did this change occur? How does the G650 compare to its peer

    group?

    Bob Dylan released a seminal song in 1964 that for many defined an era The Times They Are A-Changin. For many BizAv professionals this anthem

    could well define what has happened to the post-2008 market, notesRollie Vincent, Editor, Market Indicators

    A

    Rollie Vincent is President ofRolland Vincent Associates.His aviation market analysis issecond to none, and he is the creator/director of theJETNET iQ program. With a solid background in marketresearch, economics andstatistics, he has more than 30years of experience in business,regional and internationalaviation, including positionswith Bombardier, Cessna,Learjet, Flexjet, and ICAO.Contact him viarvincent@rollandvincent.com

    Business Aviation Market Summary

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  • What other factors could be impacting the G650market?Before making any further pronouncements on

    the relative health of the G650 market, lets look alittle deeper

    What Do We Really Know?In April 2015, there were only eight pre-ownedG650/G650ERs on the worldwide market,representing 7.4% of the fleet at that time. Based ona very small sample size (just 3 data points), averageasking prices one year ago in JETNET were $70m.Today, average asking prices are about $65m, buteven these are based on just 11 data points.

    As recently as June-August 2015, there were only1-2 pre-owned G650s available with an associatedasking price all the others were Make Offer.Today, we count only two G650ER aircraft on themarket with an associated asking price in the rangeof $68-69m. Since August 2015, nine of the 19currently available G650s have come on the market,and only three have an asking price (average $67m),which is essentially equivalent to new equippedasking prices today.

    In our opinion, this is not a large enough samplefrom which to make inferences with any confidence.What does appear to be happening is that someG650 owners are testing the market to see whatprice it will bear, especially for very low time modelsthat lack the extended range (ER) feature.

    The straight G650 offers numerous advantagesover the G550, including new fly-by-wire controls, amuch wider cabin cross-section, and higher speeds -but only 280nm additional range. Forowners/operators who were planning to trade in along-range aircraft on their new G650, sharplyreduced residual values are reportedly encouragingsome to test the market. Rather than sell theirG550 and book a loss of possibly tens of millions ofdollars, some recognize that G650 valuations remainstrong.

    If they signed their non-assignable purchasecontract at $65m two years ago, they may well beable to get about that price on the after-market aftertaking delivery today. Better that than take a majorhit on their G550, G450 or other large-cabin aircraftthey are trading in.

    According to Vref, asking prices for 2008-eraG550s fell by 21% in 2015, and G450s by an evensharper 27%, dragged down through 2015 byannouncements of the next-generation G500 andG600 programs. Bombardiers Global XRS faredsomewhat better, but 2008-era XRS prices stillslipped by 15% in a single year. With these types ofprice/value corrections, some owners/operatorsabout to take delivery of a new high-end aircraftmight be thinking twice about selling their olderaircraft and booking a significant loss.

    G650 Bubble Burst?The bottom line: Although the market is verydynamic, Gulfstream reportedly continues to hold a2-year-plus order backlog for the aircraft. Early

    production models (e.g. 3-4 years old) are retaining95% or more of their original values based onpublished equipped list prices, which is unmatchedin the industry. Although the bubble of >100%residual values may have burst on the G650, thatswhat bubbles inevitably do, and current valuationsare anything but weak.

    With Bombardier still working towards its firstflight test vehicle Global 7000, Gulfstream and theG650/G650ER remain alone at the top of thebusiness jet market for the foreseeable future. Andthere is no doubt that the highly capableengineering team in Savannah is not sitting idle, asthe G500 and G600 move into advanceddevelopment phases and the designs screens arefilled with Whats Next?.

    What does all this mean for asset managers wholove their residual values? Now remains a good timeto own a Gulfstream G650.

    As we have noted in prior columns, upon closeinvestigation, another star performer is the PilatusPC-12 - values of pre-owned 2008-vintage actuallyincreased 6% in 2015 (Vref), bucking industry trends.If anything, keen investors should take solace inknowing that, although the times may be a-changin,there is value locked into quality assets from reveredmanufacturers occupying unique niches in themarket.

    They just have to know where to lookMI www.rollandvincent.com

    May 2016 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 21Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AVBUYER.com

    What does all this mean

    for assetmanagers wholove theirresidualvalues?

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  • BIZAV INTELLIGENCE MARKET INDICATORS

    22 AVBUYER MAGAZINE May 2016 Aircraft Index see Page 169www.AVBUYER.com

    BizAv Activity -Europe

    There were 61,746 Business Aviationdepartures in Europe in March 2016according to WINGXs latest monthlyreport. That represents 2,617 fewerdepartures than in March 2015 a 4.1%decline YOY.After Q1 2016, activity was down by-2.2% compared to last year. Relatively,the biggest drop came in turbopropactivity this month, down -5%. Meanwhile,business jet activity declined by -3%, withcharter flights effected the most. On a last12 month basis, business jet flights aretrailing by -1% while prop aircraft maintaina 4% growth trend.

    Marchs slowdown came mainly inWestern Europe, with all major marketsapart from Italy experiencing decline.Germany saw the largest drop in activity,with YOY activity down -8%. In Q1Germany activity was down -5%(equivalent to 460 fewer flights monthly).

    Activity in the UK also slumped inMarch, down -5%. Mainly this was due toa fall in private flights (charter activity wasflat). In Italy, flight activity was up due toincreased AOC activity. This month AOCactivity was significantly up 5% in France.A few smaller markets also saw somegrowth in March including CzechRepublic, Austria and Portugal. Swedenhas most YTD gain.

    Flights within Europe were down -4%in March and are at -2% for Q1. FromEurope to the CIS region the 2016 trend is-8%. Business Aviation flight connectionswere up from the Middle East, withinbound arrivals up 11% in March (Q1trend, up 5%). Transatlantic activity wasdown -10% in March, although arrivalsfrom North America were still up 3% YTD.MI www.wingx-advance.com

    BizAv Activity - US & CanadaMarch Business Aviation flight activityposted its normal Month-over-Monthincrease, up a substantial 9.8% fromFebruary. Year-over-Year (March 2016vs. March 2015) an increase of 3.0%was recorded by ARGUS, making the13th straight Year-over-Year increaseResults by operational category wereall positive Month-over-Month forMarch with Part 91 and Fractionaloperators posting double digitmonthly increases, up 10.0% and12.5% respectively from February. ThePart 135 market recorded a monthlyincrease of 8.7%.

    Looking at the aircraft categories,the smaller aircraft posted the largestmonthly increases from February, withturboprops and small cabin jets up11.5% and 10.9% respectively. Themid-size and large cabin marketsposted increases of 9.1% and 6.0%, inthat order. The largest monthly gain,for an individual segment, occurred inthe fractional turboprop segment, upan astounding 22.2% from February.

    Year-over-YearReviewing Year-over-Year flight activity,March 2016 posted an increase of3.0%. That finish for Q1 2016 resultedin an increase of 4.2% over Q1 2015.By operational category results werepositive for all three categories, led bya 4.1% increase in the Part 91 market.The Part 135 market followed with anincrease of 2.2% from March 2015. TheFractional market posted a modestincrease of 0.8%.

    Flight activity by aircraft categorywas positive for most categories, withturboprops leading the way, up 6.4%.Large cabin aircraft followed with anincrease of 3.0% while small cabinaircraft posted a 2.7% increase. Mid-size cabin aircraft posted a slightdecrease of -0.3%, however. Thelargest Year-over-Year gain for anindividual segment occurred in thefractional large cabin segment, whichsaw an increase of 10.7%.

    MI www.argus.aero

    March 2016 versus March 2015

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    1998 Boeing BBJ S/N: 29273 Price reduced to $21,950,000 Total Time Airframe: 3814.54 Hours Landings: 938 APU TT: 3552 Delivered with a Fresh A2 Check C1 check completed 2014 HUD (Heads Up Display) SATCOM Pats 9 Tank Fuel System Basic Operating Weight: 95,096 Lbs SFR88 Mod CVR/FDR Airshow Network 18 Place Interior One Owner Since New

    2015 Gulfstream G650 S/N: 6159 Make Offer Delivery hours only Freestream Supervised Completion Engines on Rolls Royce Corporate Care Part 135 and EASA Validated Enhanced Soundproofing Honeywell SwiftBroadband Data System ViaSat Ku-Band Broadband Data System Forward Galley and Crew Rest Available to View at Groton, CT (KGON)

    2014 Gulfstream G650 S/N: 6085 Price $66,950,000 Customized 15 Passenger Layout Honeywell L5Z-860 Lighting System Part 135 Certified Enhanced Soundproofing Secureplane 500 System 7220 CabinView Passenger Flight InformationSystem 7720 Honeywell SwiftBroadband Data System External Color Camera System Forward Galley and Crew Rest Honeywell INMARSAT Satellite CommunicationsSystem

    2007/2009 Boeing BBJ S/N: 36714 Reg: VP-BFT Make Offer Into Service 2009 Total Time Airframe: 2849 Hours Landings: 741 Fresh out of 6 year 2C check Basic Operating Weight: 101,611 Lbs Pats 6 Tanks, 5 aft, 1 fwd Airshow Network- Aero H+ Satcom Swiftbroadband- Iridium 5 external cameras - EFB 18 Passenger Interior/ Andrew Winch Design

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  • 2008 Gulfstream G550 S/N: 5176 Price reduced Total Time: 3483.5 hrs Landings: 964 Engines on RRCC APU on MSP Honeywell APP & Parts Programs Securaplane External Camera System Airshow 4000 18 passenger interior Forward crew rest Currently at Gulfstream Savannah Delivered with Fresh 12/24/36/48/96 Monthinspection on the N Register

    2001 Falcon 900EX S/N: 87 New Asking Price $10,950,000 Aircraft to be delivered with engines on 100% JSSI TTAF: 5652.40 TTAC: 3079 Honeywell Avionics Protection Plan (HAPP) Engines & APU: JSSI All three Engines: 3000/6000 Fresh MPI Eng No. 2 New 3rd Stage high pressure turbine ENG No. 2 Fresh 2A, Fresh 2A+ Dual GPS Honeywell HG2021GD02 Airshow 400/Genesis Securaplane Back up Batteries

    2006/2007 Global Express XRS S/N: 9223 $23,950,000 JSSI Tip-to-Tail has $2.4M Total Time: 3658:07 hrs Landings: 1177 Engines on 100% JSSI Enrolled on JSSI Tip-to-Tail Triple FMS FANS 1/A+ and RNP 4 SBAS with LPV APRH Batch 3 ADS-B Forward and Aft lavs Fresh paint September 2015

    2011 Gulfstream G450 S/N: 4211 Total Time: 1040 hours Total Landings: 541 APU: 1535 hours 1515 cycles Delivered with fresh Savannah 5C Inspection onUS FAA register

    Engines Enrolled on Rolls Royce Corporate Care Honeywell HD-710 High Speed Data System(Swift Broadband Capable)

    ADS-B 14 passenger aft galley interior

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    Hong Kong+852 2724 5620info@freestreamhongkong.com

    FREESTREAM AIRCRAFT USA LIMITED

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    2001 Learjet 45 S/N: 167 Make Offer AFTT: 6763 hours. Landings: 5403 Engines on MSP Gold Smart Parts Plus APU on MSP Honeywell Primus 1000 TCAS II with Change 7 EGPWS Airshow 400 Forward and Aft Monitors

    2009 Sikorsky S-76C++ S/N: 760757 TTAF: 211.54 hours Lowest Time Pre-Owned S-76C++ On The Market Excellent Condition Single Pilot IFR EGPWS CVR & MPFR Emergency Float System TRADE-IN WELCOME (rotary or fixed-wing)

    2000 Eurocopter EC 135P2 S/N: 0193 Reg: ZK-HLH $2,295,000 USD Manufactured in 2000 and delivered in 2001 TTAF 527.4 Very Low Time 2000 EC-135P2 No Damage History Pop-out Floats Air Conditioning Dual Controls

    2009 Challenger 605 S/N: 5824 Reg: N304KR Price Reduced Total Time: 1847 Hours Landings: 762. TAPU: 1558 Engines on GE OnPoint Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 Dual FMC-6000 flight management systemw/ 3DMAP and long range cruise MNPS and RNP-5 navigation compliance Aircell ATG 5000 Aircell GoGo Biz wifi 11 Passenger Interior

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    Fewer Used Bizjet SalesWhen it comes to finding an outlook for pre-owned aircraft salesactivity, all that exists is 20/20 hindsight and never what thefuture holds, says Brian Foley as he seeks to adapt a uniquemethodology to address the perceived gapInitial findings suggest we just entered an extended slowdownin the pre-owned business jet market, suggests Foley. Using aforecasting technique known as the cross-impact method, hecombined a multitude of quantitative and qualitative inputs toestimate their collective effect.

    In September, 2008 this method allowed him to quicklyintegrate the declining equity and credit markets into his outlookand be the first to publicly call for a severe and lengthy businessjet market downturn.

    Foley notes the novel approach has many moving parts andrequires some refinements. Going forward he believes pre-owned sales can be predicted by cabin size and on amodel-by-model basis, much the way new aircraft forecastingis done.

    If theres enough interest from the industry, a syndicatedstudy could be organized to develop a more detailed pre-ownedforecast to share with those early participants. In any event,preliminary groundwork suggests declining activity over the next5 years.MI www.brifo.com

    Hagerty JetGroup Q1Market UpdateHagerty Jet Group announced the Q12016 edition of its Gulfstream QuarterlyMarket Update...The Gulfstream Quarterly Market Updatecontinues to be an indispensable resourcefor current and potential owner/operators, notes Andrew Steward,Hagerty Jet Group Market Analyst. Bycombining sophisticated analysis andexpert commentary we have developedan essential resource for principals orFlight Departments to utilize and gainclarity and truly understand the markets.

    This Quarter the health of the G650pre-owned market is assessed along witha new feature on the G280 market. MI www.hagertyjetgroup.com

    Predicting BizAvs New Normal

    The vagaries of the business aircraftmarketplace continue to challenge eventhe most sophisticated forecast models,notes Rolls-Royce. So how does onepredict the new normal for businessaircraft sales?In the US, sales are not keeping pace withthe improving economy, as they wereexpected to do, and the global markethas been negatively affected by Russiasunanticipated military aggression in theUkraine as well as political challenges tobusiness aircraft ownership in China.

    Russia and China were two majormarkets for business aircraft especiallylarge-cabin planes and those twounforeseeable actions have reduceddemand for business aircraft purchases,

    said Dean Roberts, director of marketanalysis at Rolls-Royce North America.However, professional forecasters like meknow that the market always goesthrough peaks and troughs. The fact thatwe are in a trough now means that a peakwill be coming.

    In the US, which accounts for the vastmajority of the small and medium-sizebusiness aircraft sales, Roberts warnedthat the traditional relationship betweenthe S&P 500 and aircraft sales if the S&P500 goes up by a certain percentage,aircraft sales rise by about the samepercentage shortly thereafter does notapply in todays market.

    During this cycle, there is not a stronglinkage between the [performance of the]S&P 500 and business aircraft sales, saidRoberts. The market is not behaving likeit used to.

    Regarding the large-cabin businessaircraft market, Roberts said that in recentmonths the Gulfstream G650 pre-ownedinventory has risen sharply to around 20aircraft, and asking prices have dropped.However, he added that certain large-cabin aircraft were in exceptional demand,and G650 prices may just be comingdown to normal, similar to a marketcorrection. The sky is not falling, and thisis the type of behavior one would expectto see in a more mature market, saidRoberts.

    MI www.rolls-royce.com

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    Asia-Pacific Market OutlookAsian Sky Group released its highly anticipated Year-End 2015 Asia-Pacific Business Jet Fleet Report at ABACE in April, expanded to includethe Indian, New Zealand and Australian markets...The Asia Pacific business jet fleet stood at 1,134 aircraft by year-end2015, a 6.2% increase over 2014 and in line with most market forecasts.Overall, the region added 140 aircraft 66 new and 74 pre-owned, butalso saw 74 aircraft leave the region. China remains the largest market inthe Asia-Pacific region with 300 business jets, though its growth rate wasjust 3.8% in 2015, a significant deceleration from previous years.

    Given that new deliveries are a consequence of OEM orders placedyears before, 2015s drop is a worrying sign for 2016 as it would seem tosignify that the OEM sales funnel for Greater China has little backlog. Theexpectation is therefore that business jet fleet growth in China willcontinue to decline but be moderated somewhat by continued positiveactivity levels in the pre-owned market.

    Beyond ChinaThe next two largest markets in the Asia-Pacific region are Australia with184 aircraft (7% growth in 2015) and India with 145 aircraft (4% growth in2015). The smaller markets of Indonesia, the Philippines and Japan alladded further aircraft, and in doing so all experienced double-digitgrowth.

    Notably, markets which performed poorly in 2015 were Malaysia andMacau, both of which actually contracted. South Korea, Thailand andSingapore all remained stagnant, registering no growth at all. Hong Kongsaw the largest number of aircraft added to its fleet in 2015 (16 businessjets).

    Fleet ShareTaken together, the key territories of China, Hong Kong, Australia andIndia represent over two-thirds of the regions business jet fleet. The topthree OEMs in the Asia-Pacific region by market share are Bombardier,Gulfstream and Cessna, with 27%, 23% and 19% of the fleet, respectively.

    Examining only fleet additions in 2015, Bombardier saw the largestincrease with 51 additional aircraft (28 new and 23 pre-owned). The mostpopular added model across the region was the Global 6000, and thefastest growing size category was the long range segment. (The onlysize category where the fleet contracted in 2015 was the mediumcategory, a drop of 2%.)

    Operator ShareThe top 20 operators in the Asia-Pacific region fly 35% of the fleet, withnine of the top 10 being operators in Greater China. Australia and Indiahave the most operators, but these markets are extremely fragmentedwhere 70% and 67% of the operators have just a single aircraft.MI www.asianskygroup.com

    China Tops Large Jet TreeChina currently dominates the mid-to-large-sized private jet market in Asia-Pacific, notesGlobal Jet CapitalResearch from Global Jet Capital, a provider offinancing solutions for large-cabin and long-range private jets, reveals there are around 972mid- to large private jets in Asia Pacific, and 30%(294) of these are in China, which is more thanany other country within the region. Overall, 37%of the regions fleet of business aircraft are mid-size to large; the corresponding figure for theglobal fleet is 32%.

    Our analysis reveals that a higher percentageof Asia Pacifics fleet of business aircraft is mid-to-large in size than the global average,summarizes David Henderson, Global JetCapitals MD, Asia Sales. Given that we focuson financing these types of jets, this market isparticularly attractive for us.

    Mid to large private jets typically costbetween $25 million and $75 million each, andup to 80% of the funding used to purchase theseis sourced through external financing.MI www.globaljetcapital.com

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    In-Service AircraftMaintenance Condition & Price

    An Asset Insight Quarterly Market Analysis conducted on March 30,2016 covered 91 fixed-wing models, and 1,919 aircraft listed ForSale.The analysis revealed Excellent Asset Quality; mostly lower AskPrices; a 12-month low/best Maintenance Exposure value; and, a 12-month low/best Maintenance Exposure to Ask Price Ratio (ETPRatio). Specifically, the following was established

    Asset Insight Quality Rating (AIQ Rating): The Asset InsightQuality Rating improved 10.2 AI2 basis points to post the groupshighest/best 12-month figure at 5.361, compared to last quarters5.259 (AIQ Rating scale of -2.5 to 10).

    Maintenance Exposure (ATFE Value): Maintenance Exposure (anaircrafts accumulated maintenance financial exposure) improved by2.0% over the past quarter, decreasing by over $28k to $1.38m (from$1.41m), and posting the best figure for the past 12 months. Byaircraft group, the Asset Quality Rating and Maintenance Exposurefigures were as follows: Large Jets: Outstanding asset quality (best among all groups)

    and at 5.531 posted this groups best/highest figure for the past12 months; Maintenance Exposure improved by $175k, andachieved the groups best/lowest 12-month figure.

    Medium Jets: Excellent asset quality at 5.386 (14.1 AI2 basispoint better than last quarters figure and this groups best ratingfor the past 12 months), allowing the group to maintain thirdplace. Maintenance Exposure registered a 1.6% increase,worsening by nearly $20k.

    Small Jets: Retained second place with Excellent asset qualityat 5.414 a 13.6 AI2 basis point improvement over Decembersfigure. Maintenance Exposure improved over $39k (animprovement of 5.2%), decreasing to $715k.

    Turboprops: Very Good asset quality at 5.024, a slight (1.9 AI2basis point) improvement/increase compared to last quarter.Maintenance Exposure worsened/increased by a nominal $7k(1.4%) to $558k.

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    Continued UAS FleetGrowth, Says FAAThe Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) fleet will mushroomthroughout the rest of the decade, aided by new FAA rulesand emerging roles for business use of unmanned aircraft,according to the FAAs latest forecastFAA projects sales of up to 2.5 million UAS in 2016, growingto 7 million annually in 2020. Working with consultancy TealGroup, FAA developed its UAS forecast based, in part uponthe requirement that all UAS weighing between 0.55 and 55pounds be registered with the FAA before they can legallyoperate. Registration began in mid-December, and about410,000 had been registered by mid-March.

    Meanwhile, the FAA is developing its first small UAS rule.It will govern commercial UAS operations, including(eventually) operations beyond visual line of sight, which isnot permitted now.

    The FAA expects that the rule, slated for release by earlysummer, will apply to two distinct markets: Smaller UAScosting an average of $2,500, and larger UAS that cost anaverage of $40,000.

    In a separate forecast that focuses on the potential impactof the new rule, and is therefore more conservative, the FAAsaid the commercial UAS fleet should approach 550,000 in2020, including 52,000 in the more expensive category.

    The FAA said the commercial UAS fleets most prevalentroles will include industrial inspection (42%), real estate/aerialphotography (22%), agriculture (19%) and insurance (11%).Exactly how quickly the fleet grows, however, will be tied toboth the development pace and flexibility of the new rules.MI www.faa.gov

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    Exposure to Ask Price (ETP) RatioSpread in the ETP Ratio (the aircrafts MaintenanceExposure divided by its Ask Price) narrowed by 39.4percentage points, while the average ETP Ratioimproved/decreased to 50.2%. Lower overallMaintenance Exposure and a slight increase in averageAsk Price resulted in the slight ETP Ratio improvementfrom Decembers 52.3%.

    As Asset Insight considers any ETP Ratio over 40% torepresent excessive Exposure in relation to Ask Price, itstill views the figure as problematic for Sellers, but awelcome improvement.

    Large Jets: Enjoyed a 1.2% improvement in ETP Ratio,33.8% (the best ETP Ratio among all groups), along witha 4.1% Ask Price decrease to $14.89m (from lastquarters $15.81m). The ongoing reduction in AskPricing continues to be troubling, especially whenconsidering this groups impressive Asset Quality andMaintenance Exposure figures. Some Buyers might bepleased, but many have existing assets they need to sellin order to acquire their replacement aircraft.

    Medium Jets: ETP Ratio decreased/improved to 53.3%,from last quarters 55.2% only two percentage pointsoff the groups best/lowest 12-month low figure. Thegroups ETP Ratio was very close to the best figureachieved during the past 12 months. Based on that, aswell as an Ask Price lower than the groups 12-monthaverage, Asset Insight urges prospective Buyers to act.

    Small Jets: Ask Price registered a record high $2.2m. Atthe same time, ETP Ratio has decreased/improvedslightly, from Decembers 70.1% to 66.3% (a 12-monthlow). However, demand for a number of popular modelsmay be abating, and Sellers need to keep in mind thatAsk Pricing may have climbed higher than what existingdemand will support.

    Turboprops: ETP Ratio was second best among allsectors, improving/decreasing to 43.5% fromDecembers 44.1%, but figures for January and Februarywere better. Ask Price decreased $10k to match thegroups annual average. Based on current marketconditions, Sellers may receive offers with prices thatmore than offset their assets accrued maintenance cost.This might be financially problematic. But, the currentslope of depreciation curves may make keeping theasset a more costly decision.

    Market SummaryAircraft prices may be at a low point, but asset quality ofthe For Sale fleet has not been this good since AssetInsight began keeping records in January 2013. Its mostrecent market analysis revealed a record high QualityRating and a 12-month low/best Maintenance Exposurevalue for the models tracked. Concurrently, average AskPrices were lower in all sectors except for Small Jets.All these figures helped improve/lower the ETP Ratio for

    all groups. While it is understandable for Sellers to beconcerned about the value of their asset, it should beevident to Buyers that they have an opportunity to acquireaircraft in exceptional maintenance condition for some ofthe lowest prices ever.MI www.assetinsightinc.com

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  • ccording to the EuropeanCommission Winter 2016 report,Europes recovery from the financialcrisis has been relatively slow. The

    European economy is now growing again, but ata modest pace with further efforts required tostrengthen the regions economy.Amid growing concerns about the global

    outlook, the economic recovery in Europe hasentered its fourth year and prospects for acontinuation overall remain favorable. The goodnews is that Europes economy appears to haveso far weathered the recent deterioration inexternal conditions.The acceleration of economic activity

    expected this year is minimal. GDP in the Euro-zone is forecast to expand by 1.7% compared to1.6% in 2015. Meanwhile, the world economyhas been slowing down - its growth in 2015 isestimated at only 3%, and the expected recoveryis rather shallow and surrounded by risks.Following, well reflect on the current

    European business jet and turboprop fleet fromseveral views. At the end of March 2016, Europeaccounted for 2,398 (13%) of the global wholly-owned business jet fleet currently in operation,and 1,208 (9%) of the total business turbopropfleet (see Table A). That represents 56 fewer(-2.3%) business jets in Europe in 2016 comparedto 2015. Business turboprops decreased by 26aircraft (-2.1%) year-over-year.Europe still ranks second regionally for the

    total number of business jets (behind NorthAmerica), and third for the total number ofbusiness turboprops (behind North and SouthAmerica).In March 2011 business jets based in Europe

    reached their peak at 2,714 units. Over the lastfive years there has been a decline of 316business jets to todays 2,398 units. Over thesame period business turboprops have also seena decrease, but only by 14 units.

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    TABLE A - World Fleet of Business Jets & Turboprops

    This month as eyes turn to Geneva, Switzerland forEBACE2016, Mike Chase assesses the health of theEuropean Business Aviationfleet today

    2016 European BizAv Fleet Report

    TABLE B - Europes Top Ten Business Jets (Based-In)

    TABLE C - Europes Top Ten Business Turboprops (Based-In)

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  • Europes Top Ten ModelsTables B and C show that the CitationMustang (98 units) and King Air B200 (92units) lead the Top Ten popular businessjet and business turboprop models inEurope, respectively. For comparison,included are the worldwide fleet totals forthose models.

    Dropping out of the top-ten business jetlist this year (compared to 2015) areBombardiers Challenger 605, Challenger300 and Embraers Legacy 600.

    Business Jets & Turboprops (By OEM)Textron (Cessna and Hawker) lead allmanufacturers of business jets in operationin Europe, as depicted in Chart A,followed by Bombardier and DassaultFalcon. These Top Three OEMs accountfor 83% of the 2,398 business jets inEurope.

    Of the turboprop OEMs and accountingfor all models, again Textron leads the wayin Europe with 509 units (42%) of the total1,208 units in operation. Piper and Pilatuscomprise the remaining manufacturers thathold more than a 10% share of thebusiness turboprops in operation inEurope, see Chart B.

    Top Ten European NationsAs depicted in Tables D and E, Germanyhas the largest number of business jets andbusiness turboprops in Europe. Thenations featured in Table D (Top TenOperating Countries, Jets) remain thesame as for 2015, however, Luxembourgenters the Top Ten Operating Countries,Turboprops (Table E), while Sweden slipsout of the top ten compared to 2015.

    Chart A - Business Jets In Europe (March 2016)

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    Total 2,398Source: JETNET

    Textron 982 41%

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    Falcon 428

    18%

    Other 95 4%

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    Embraer 145

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    Chart B - Business Turboprops In Europe (March 2016)

    Table D - Top Ten Operating Countries, Jets

    Table E - Top Ten Operating Countries, Turboprops

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  • here ownership questions comeinto play, the broad array ofoptions available within BusinessAviation greatly help a company

    fulfill its needs in line with its finances. Outrightownership doesn't work for every financialsituation, and also comes with completeresponsibility for airworthiness and legal issues.

    For many an owner, leasing the aircraft makesbetter sense but again, variations exist withinthat solution, each with its pros and cons that canonly be resolved on a company-by-companybasis.

    This month we examine some of the basics ofleasing the variations and their advantages andlimitations. Lets begin with some definitionsassociated with aircraft lease to highlight some ofthe options available. Lessor: The Lessor owns the aircraft and

    receives payment from a Lessee for use of theaircraft during the lease term.

    Lessee: The Lessee gets to use the aircraft,subject to conditions and limitations of thelease agreement in exchange for leasepayments to the aircraft Lessor.

    Wet Lease: Here, the Lessor supplies theaircraft and at least one crew member (perFAA definitions and regulations). The Lessormay maintain operational control of theaircraft and, consequently, may enter intomultiple agreements with Lessees who sharethe aircraft according to the terms of theirindividual agreements with the Lessor.

    Dry Lease: The aircraft is leased, but no crewmembers are supplied. The Lessee generallyhas full operational control and supplies crew,covers maintenance and other non-taxexpenses as stated in the lease agreement.

    Capital Lease: Essentially this equates to apurchase contract that treats the Lessee as theaircraft owner for tax purposes. The Lesseecan own the aircraft at the end of the term.

    The Basics of BusinessAircraft Leasing

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    With a wide range of types accommodating a variety of needs, aircraft lease is a highly tailored matter. Dave Higdon highlights some of the basics a

    prospective lessee should know before entering an agreement

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    To Lease, Or Not to Lease (and if so, what kind of lease)?

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  • Operating Lease: The Lessee takes possessionof the aircraft but the Lessor maintainsownership and enjoys the tax benefits ofownership.

    Synthetic Lease: A Capital Lease for taxpurposes but an Operating Lease foraccounting purposes, a Synthetic Lease isconsidered the best of both worlds in manyinstances.

    Sublease: This is an aircraft lease to a Lesseethat acquired the aircraft through anotherLessee.

    Master Lease: Controlling any number ofsubleases, the Master Lease is sometimes alsoreferred to as a Head Lease.

    FAA Wants to Know About LeasesAn important factor to remember is that leasesare subject to FAA regulations and, in particular,so-called truth-in-leasing language. The FAAdefines a lease as an agreement to a person tofurnish an aircraft to another person forcompensation or hire...

    The language applies regardless of whetherthe aircraft arrives via a wet or dry lease, asynthetic lease, capital lease or operating lease.Other rules come into play depending onwhether the operator flies the aircraft under Part91 or Part 135.

    The point of the truth-in-leasing language is toassure identification of the individual withoperational control of the aircraft, primarily toprevent instances of operators attempting to

    obscure who has operational control.Additionally, the agency requires leaseagreements to be filed with the FAA Registry inOklahoma City, Oklahoma, and upon first flightunder the new lease the operator must notify thelocal Flight Standards District Office (FSDO).

    The issue of operational control deservesparticular attention because of FAA's revisedOperational Specification A008. This OpSpecholds that the certificate holder on an aircraftremains responsible for operational controlsuperseding any agreement, contract,understanding, or arrangement, either oral orwritten, expressed or implied, between anypersons or entities.

    For operators flying under Part 91, truth-in-lending rules apply only to aircraft weighingmore than 12,500 pounds. But they areapplicable to all aircraft operated under FAR Part135 regardless of weight.

    Nevertheless, the stakes for any confusion ormisunderstanding here can be particularly highand can cost an operator that valuable certificate or significant penalties.

    Liability Concerns...We all understand the rarity of accidents andincidents in Business Aviation but things dohappen. And when the aircraft involved isoperating under a lease the questionautomatically arises as to who is responsible, andfor what, exactly? These are questions thatshould be set out in the text of the leaseagreement, and the answers vary with the type oflease and operation.

    From the FAAs perspective, a wet lease, inwhich the lessor supplies the aircraft and at leastone crew member flight officer or cabinattendant there's a presumption of operationalcontrol by the lessor. So even if flying for alessee, the control of aircraft, crew, maintenanceand upkeep can make it difficult to place liabilitywith the lessee.

    Conversely, a dry lease in which the lesseecontrols the aircraft, provides crew and assumesresponsibility for some (if not all) maintenance,may place the lessee more on the hook for thedamages of an accident or incident.

    Having clarified who is responsible for whatfrom an FAA perspective, there are the statutesof the states to consider. Each state and territorywill have its own views on the issue and, underthe US system of jurisprudence the laws of thestate where the accident occurred will be the firstline of action.

    And let's not forget the varying types ofsupport service agreements available, dependingon the lease type and operation type (Part 91,Part 135 or both).

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    Dave Higdon is a highly respectedaviation journalist whohas covered all aspects ofcivil aviation over thepast 35 years. Based inWichita, he has severalthousand flight hours,and has piloted prettymuch everything fromfoot-launched wings tocombat jets. Contact himvia Dave@avbuyer.com

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    The Main ConsiderationNow if the legal and financial considerationsseem complicated, try reading the multiplepages of a lease agreement. Professionalconsultation is highly recommended withaccountants, attorneys and aviation consultantsalike for any person or entity considering leasingan aircraft.Since all the primary reasons for leasing

    rather than purchasing aircraft tend to involvefinancial considerations, the accountant isusually the best place to begin. Manyknowledgeable consultants exist in the BusinessAviation community who are familiar andexperienced in aircraft leasing technicalities andcan help you decide whether to lease of buy.

    Then the contract goes through the attorney'shands to assure that the client is getting a solid,legal, well-defined lease with as little arbitrarylanguage or confusion as possible.In terms of pure cash flow a lease may seem

    the most favorable at first glance. But it's theoverall bottom line that counts. For that thecompany's tax situation and other obligationsmust be considered.At the end of the process the goal remains a

    familiar one. To provide the company withaccess to the aircraft it needs on terms that bestfit and benefit it economically. Work with yourconsultant to establish your need, then buildyour team of experts wisely to ensure theoutcome is tailored to your needs exclusively.

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    ounded by Mike Dwyer and Mike Mikolay in the midstof an earlier dip in the market for business aircraft,since 2002 Guardian Jet has applied its intimateknowledge of asset management to become a major

    player in the field of Business Aviation. Dwyer was previouslyRegional Sales Manager at several OEMs, and Mikolay an ATPtype-rated pilot engaged in aircraft sales at Piedmont Aviation.In 2010 a second Dwyer, brother Don, brought his significant

    sales experience (over 17 years with Hawker Beechcraft) toGuardian Jet. Today, the company staff numbers 22, includingseveral full-time employees located in strategic US regions andmost recently in the UK. The majority of Guardian staff issituated in Guilford, Connecticut, engaged in advisingcompanies and entrepreneurs on financial issues involving fleetacquisition and replacement.While Guardian Jet continues to be an active player in

    business aircraft transactions, numbering over 40 annually inrecent years, the core of its value proposition is centered onhow best to manage ownership of business aircraft as an assetfor the corporate or the individual owner. In fact, Guardian Jetfeatured consulting service from its founding nearly 15 yearsago as a means for differentiating itself from competingbrokers.Offering a branded educational experience it calls Guardian

    U, the company provides classes in what Aviation Departmentpersonnel need to know about finance and asset management,so that they can communicate effectively with their corporatedirect-reports and better fulfill their role as managers of acompany business unit. Also offered by Guardian U are coursesin basic Business Aviation for corporate (non-aviation)personnel, so that they can better appreciate what businessaircraft are able to provide for shareholders.A sizable portion of Guardian Us clients are personnel with

    Fortune 100 corporations. With that emphasis on consulting, itis understandable that the Guardian Jet Team includes sevenwith graduate business degrees, five Market Analysts, twoCPAs and one IT professional, in addition to four holders ofAirline Transport Pilot certificates.

    Trends FollowedOur clients want to have aircraft that provide efficienttransportation and represent smart use of capital, notes Mike

    Dwyer. Thus we follow pricing and evaluations very closely.We look at aircraft as one would look at an investment

    portfolio: what are the asset classes, what are value trendswithin the asset classes, and eventually what is the value of aspecific asset (i.e., the aircraft within a companys fleet). Ratherthan being reactionary, we advise our clients to lead themarket. Thus we need market data. We pride ourselves at being in-

    depth researchers, probing and asking a lot of questions aboutthe marketplace and matching those market realities to theexpectations of our clients. We are always searching for real-time intelligence.

    We look at those factors that affect the liquidity of theassetin our case the aircraft, he continues. Is the aircraftcurrently in production, how many were delivered, how manycurrently are for sale? Then we look within the asset class forthe aircrafts individual attributes. Is the specific aircraftdesirable as is, or does it require new avionics, interiorenhancements or exterior paint? In other words, is the assetthe aircraftsufficiently attractive to be marketed promptly ata fair priceor is it a project that will require time and effort tosell?Yes, we track typical indicators such as percentage of fleet

    for sale, velocity of transactions, evaluation movement. Amongthe 123 models of business aircraft that we watch, we followclosely what the market is doing. But we look for more.Most importantly, Mike adds, we work diligently to

    understand our client. What is the motivation for owning abusiness aircraft, and what is the clients philosophy regardingBusiness Aviation. Some companies want to fly the wings offtheir aircraft, maximizing the value of such mobility. Others

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    Business Aviation Market InsightsMike and Don Dwyer, Guardian Jet / Guardian UProviding a unique glimpse of the Business Aviationmarket from the perspective of those who buy, selland operate business aircraft or offer expert advice,this month AvBuyer features the insights of GuardianJets Mike and Don Dwyer.

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    Among the 123 models of businessaircraft that we watch, we followclosely what the market is doing.

    But we look for more.

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  • seem fully content with holding an aircraft for a long timeregardless of its evaluation dynamics and asset value. Differentcustomers have different ways of looking at the aircraft theyown or might own in the future.We also look carefully at other forms of Business Aviation

    such as charter and fractional ownership. Our mandate is toaddress the most effective means of satisfying the clients needfor transportation using business aircraft, and managing thosetravel needs in a way that maximizes the value of thecompanys aviation assets.Some clients have an enlightened approach to business

    aircraft and Business Aviation added Don Dwyer. Forexample, in 2009 when Business Aviation was receiving a lot ofbad press following the Ackerman hearings in Congress, werestructured the entire fleet of a Fortune 25 company becauseits management realized that there were excellent aircraft forsale at distressed prices. That company looked at its fleet strictly as a business asset

    and realized that there were great buys available. Thus ourunderstanding of the client is paramount to our value as aconsultancy.

    Big Picture PerspectiveReflecting on Guardian Jets approach to macro-economics,Don adds, We watch what is happening in the overalleconomyespecially Fortune 500 companies. What are theirprofits and how are those profits trending? Where might thenext merger occur? Fortune 500 fleets are downsizingwhatdoes that mean and how do we capitalize on that trend?

    There are opportunities everywhere, notes Mike. Weadapt to market conditions and look for strategies that benefitour clients. The directions of the market and the overalleconomy have profound influences on fleet planning and themanagement of aviation assets. Thus its essential that AviationManagers have a basic understanding of financial issues and,therefore, look at their companys aircraft as assets to bemanaged effectively.Guardian Jet started Guardian U specifically to give

    Aviation Managers an asset management mindset. We showthem how to look at the total costs of an aircraft over the lifeof the asset. That leads naturally to fleet planning. Assetmanagement is, in fact, continuing fleet planning.Similarly, we offer Guardian U to non-aviation managers

    within the corporation, so that they have a fuller understandingof why Business Aviation is essential. Such an approach betteraligns the Flight Department with the goals, objectives andprocedures of the corporation.Guardian U is a key element of our value proposition, and

    it is very popular with our clients, concludes Don. The newreality is that Business Aviation is transportation that uniquelysatisfies a need and is inherently beneficial to shareholders.Thats a good thing.Our clients have a spectrum of capable, efficient aircraft

    from which to select. There is significant value to be had andmanaged for the company that looks at fleet planning as assetmanagement. We help our client benefit from that enlightenedand educated prespective. More information from www.guardianjet.com

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    ustiss Oil Head of Aviation Patrick Newcombloves his job. You wouldnt know by lookingat it now, but the Oil and Gas Industry canbe a rewarding career option for a corporatepilot, he explains from the companys base

    in Jena, Louisiana.Companies in this industry rely heavily on

    Business Aviation to transport their key decision-makers to important meetings, deliver critical parts,and move vital employees to and from job sites.

    A privately owned, family-run drilling, exploration,production and well-servicing company, Justiss Oilhas operated in Southern US since 1946. BusinessAviation ensures our personnel remain highlyproductive instead of wasting (in some cases) anentire day drudging through the chaos at theairlines.

    While in the current climate many oil and gascompanies have traded-in their airplanes and laid-offtheir flight department personnel, Justiss Oil

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    With all the stories of oil companies shedding their business aircraft during bruising economic times , Patrick Newcomb, Head of

    Aviation, Justiss Oil outlines why his company cant do without.

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  • Company has opted to take a different route. Wevecontracted with a Part 135 company to utilize theKing Air B200 for on-demand charter flights toreduce, and perhaps eliminate, our flightdepartments overhead, Patrick shares.

    This comes as no surprise to anyone who knowsJustiss Oil. We have weathered some of the worststorms in our industry since 1946. It is this sameingenuity that has kept our company strong all theseyears.

    Founded by James Fowler Justiss, Sr. primarily asa drilling and production company, today the grouphas diversified into exploration, manufacturing andpipeline operations, and has owned its own airplanesince the mid-1960s, starting out with a Baron, latertrading it for a Citation, and today operating the KingAir B200.

    Patrick calls the King Air a necessity for thebusiness. We can attach a certain amount of oursuccess to having the versatility of a corporateaircraft. Though today we mainly operate in the mid-south, we have done business in many remote areasincluding Venezuela, making transportation a criticalaspect of our business model.

    A Day in the LifeToday, a typical trip takes the King Air to Houston,according to Patrick. We go there a lot for businessmeetings and take engineers, geologists andexecutives. They meet with industrialists and otherexploration companies.

    Houston is about an hour from Jena flyingprivately, maybe a little bit less, depending on thewinds, but to actually drive there would take around

    Though today we mainly operate in the mid-south, we have done business in many remote areas including Venezuela, making transportation a critical aspect

    of our business model.

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    five hours and probably half a day via the airlines,what with security.

    Nevertheless, Patricks flight trip planningbegins the night before a scheduled journey,booking reservations for the airport FBO, fuel, hirevehicles and other services that might be required.Ill look at weather, Ill file a flight plan with trafficcontrol, and then next morning were good to go.

    I usually arrive at the airport an hour beforedeparture time where I do pre-flight inspections,make sure sodas, coffee and snacks are availablebefore pulling the aircraft out and into position.Then our folks arrive to board the airplane andwell take off.

    Flying to Houston Hobby, an outlying airportfrom Houston, Patrick notes Its much moreconvenient for our passengers. When we arrivetheres usually a rental car on the ramp as theairplane pulls up. On occasion, I drive ourpassengers to their meetings.

    While the passengers are in meetings orconducting their business, Patrick will be checkingweather, filing flight plans, overseeing last-minutecatering needs, checking for delays, and preppingthe airplane for its return flight ready for a promptdeparture when they return to the airport.

    Business Aviation truly provides a seamlessdoor-to-door service for the employees of JustissOil. Typically the King Air carries around three tofour passengers on an average trip.

    The Powerful Case for BizAvPatrick has been with Justiss Oil since 2014 but has along aviation heritage. My father was a pilot duringthe Vietnam War, which is probably where my love ofairplanes came from, he shares. I began my flyingcareer in the Navy as a Naval Air Crewman andCombat Rescue Swimmer. I also served in DesertShield/Storm and Operations Deny Flight overBosnia and Herzegovina.

    After leaving the military, I put myself throughflight school and college and have flown for differentoperations that include flight schools, engineeringcompanies and airlines.

    He derives a great deal of pride from flying forJustiss Oil as he observes the impact his departmentcan have on the companys operation. On oneoccasion, one of our rigs broke down in southernTexas and the required part was unavailableanywhere close to that location, he recalls.

    We dispatched our King Air to Las Vegas where aparts distributor happened to have the exact partneeded on their shelf. In a matter of hours, that rigwas operational again, saving the company tens-of-thousands of dollars of down time, and making forone happy client.

    That serves as just one of many success storiesthat makes a powerful case for Justiss Oils flightdepartment, and is why we still stand tall albeitperhaps a little more bruised today among thegreats in our industry.

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  • he process of acquiring a business aircraftis complex and involves many differenttechnical disciplines. Pilots may be thebest experts to deal with operational

    issues; maintenance specialists are needed toaddress aircraft condition at the time of sale andduring the time of ownership. There are numerouslegal considerations with respect to contracts, lettersof purchase and taxes.

    Accountants often need to weigh-in on how futurecosts will be handled. The delivery and acceptanceof an aircraft may require additional skilledindividuals who can shepherd the aircraft tocompletion. All of these disciplines involve technicalterms and in-house jargon that can confuse thebuyer or the seller.

    As have been discussed in the previous twoarticles in this series, an aviation consultant can beused to advise and help in many of these areas. Heor she can assist the flight department in performing

    a thorough, fact-based analysis of the airtransportation needs of you and your company. Theymay be able to help your legal team with thepurchase and sale agreement, letter of intent,management agreements, and other documents thathave a unique twist in aviation.

    The outfitting and delivery process with a newaircraft is lengthy and complex. There are consultantswho can monitor your new aircraft from the assemblyline through the interior outfitting to the finalacceptance. They can be involved in the interiorrefurbishment and paint of existing aircraft, too. Theirblend of maintenance and contractual expertise mayprove especially helpful for keeping the deliveryprocess on time and on budget.

    Operations, maintenance and safety consultantscan help your aviation department be safe andefficient. They can recommend an appropriate levelof management and reporting, and assist the aviationdepartment attain and maintain appropriate skills.

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  • TransactionsOther than operational specialists, the consultantsmentioned above are all involved with the aircraftacquisition process. Few aircraft sales happenwithout the assistance of an aircraft salesprofessional. Thus it seems natural that the aircraftbrokerage firm might also offer their services as yourconsultant. This may be convenient, but you need tobe aware of human nature!

    When replacing an aircraft that you or your firmowns, the aircraft broker is a key member of yourteam. That professional can help you get youraircraft ready to sell and present it to the market withthe goal of maximizing the sale price whileminimizing the time required to execute the sale.Throughout their careers, many brokerage firmsestablish enduring relationships with their clients.

    They know the market and the process, and they aretrusted advisors to their clients.

    Like real estate transactions, aircraft resale brokerswork for the seller. They are under contract to theseller and are obligated to do the best job they canin selling their clients aircraft. Often the same skillsneeded to be a seller of aircraft can be applied tothe process of purchasing the sellers next businessaircraft. Therein lies the rub: If a broker who isprimarily selling aircraft also acts as a buyer-broker,the potential for conflict of interest exists.

    Human NatureIf the aircraft brokers primary job is selling theirclients aircraft, and you employ him or her to helpyou find and acquire an aircraft (i.e., you employ thebroker to be your purchase consultant), then yourcontract is secondary to the brokers generalbusiness. How can the interests of both buyer andseller be primary when the seller wants top dollarand the buyer wants a great deal? While a successfulsale involves a willing buyer and a willing sellernegotiating to a mutually agreed-to price, it isdifficult for one broker to represent both buyer andseller.

    Any ethical sales broker also acting as a buyerbroker has the responsibility to fully disclose theirstatus to their clients. There are relationships wereone consultant successfully represents both buyerand seller. But it is extremely difficult for any of us tobe Solomon-like in our dealings - someone is theprimary interest.

    There are a small handful of brokers whoparticipate only in either buying or selling a clientsaircraft. A buyers broker Ive dealt with often hasturned down many offers from their clients to helpthem resell their existing aircraft. At my company, wealso have turned down offers to broker aircraft. Wewant to do our best for each client. Having one tosell and one to buy makes life tougher than it needsto be. Its human nature to pick favorites. We can saythe buyer-client and seller-client are equal, but theremay come a time when one is more equal than theother.

    If you have a trusted broker with whom you haveestablished an outstanding, trustworthy relationship,then work with that firm as your transactionconsultant. But take the advice of the late PresidentRonald Reagan: Trust, but verify. Stay wellinformed to assure that all parties are keeping theirbargain.

    Are you looking for more Business AviationOwnership articles? Visit www.avbuyer.com/articles/category/business-aviation-ownership

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    hough a Seller will likely not completethe customs export of the aircraft fromits foreign country until after closing, it isusually advisable for the parties to

    review applicable export requirements and beginexport preparations prior to closing.

    In particular, if the aircraft will be ferried to the USprior to closing, the Seller may need to comply withvarious outbound customs procedures beforedeparting for the US (such as a touchdown in, orother export flight out of, the exporting country).Thus, the parties may need to consider suchrequirements when preparing the ferry flight plan.

    Similarly, if the parties agree to close in the US,the parties will likely begin US importationprocedures prior to closing and upon entry of theaircraft into the US. It is often helpful to hire acustoms broker to assist with the importationplanning and requisite documentation andinspections. As well, regardless of the selected USdelivery location (as discussed further below), the

    parties should be aware that the aircraft will likelyhave to first enter the US and go through USCustoms at a specified airport of entry.

    Further, if the Buyer desires to assign a particularFAA registration number to the aircraft at closing, solong as the number is available or is reserved in theBuyers name, the Buyer can file an affidavit with theFAA requesting that such number be assigned to theaircraft upon importation into the US.

    Closing Logistics & Final DeliveryThe closings of US importations often involve uniquefactors for which the parties must prepare. Forinstance, selecting the right delivery location is key,and the best location from a Buyers perspective isoften the US for several reasons other thanconvenience. For instance, as the jurisdiction inwhich the aircraft is located at closing may imposetaxes on the aircraft sale, the Buyer will want toreview the tax law of any potential delivery location.

    Many US states have fly-away or other sales tax

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    US importations involve special considerations, and it is vital that a Buyer coordinate the aircraft export, import and closing procedures to properly conclude the transaction and commence US operations, and even to plan

    for future sale of the aircraft, advises attorney Jessica L. Pownell.

    Jessica L. Pownell is anattorney with Cooling &Herbers, P.C., represent-ing and advising aircraftowners and operators, cor-porate flight departments,Fortune 500 companies,and other aviation-relatedbusinesses worldwide. Shefocuses her practice in theareas of acquisition, sale,leasing, and registration ofcorporate aircraft andrelated regulatory matters. jpownell@coolinglaw.com

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  • Thus, thesimplest

    arrangementfor the Buyeris to havethe Seller

    transport theaircraft to,and deliverthe aircraftin, the US.

    exemptions for aircraft transactions (provided theparties comply with the particular lawsrequirements). Reviewing the tax law of a foreignclosing jurisdiction can be more burdensome for aUS Buyer, and a Buyer will likely want to obtain a taxopinion from counsel in the foreign closingjurisdiction (and, perhaps, as noted in Part 2, anindemnity from the Seller against any foreign taxes)before agreeing to close in a foreign locale.

    As well, in order for the Buyers crew to removethe aircraft from a foreign delivery location afterclosing, a US Buyer will need to ensure that it isfamiliar with foreign operating procedures and mayhave to obtain additional flight permits and pilotcertifications not required for a US delivery (all ofwhich can be potentially difficult and timeconsuming). Thus, the simplest arrangement for theBuyer is to have the Seller transport the aircraft to,and deliver the aircraft in, the US.

    Proper planning of other closing logistics isequally important. Placing all closing documents andfunds with a mutually agreeable escrow agent which agent can file all documentation and releasefunds at closing in the agreed sequence minimizesrisk for all parties.

    Even if, as detailed in Part 1, the Buyer confirmedthat the aircrafts title was clear on all applicableregistries prior to closing, such registries should bechecked again on the day of closing for any newliens. Indeed, in addition to the future title issuesposed by outstanding liens on any registry, liens onthe current foreign registry can also have animmediate impact, as the foreign registry may rejectthe Deregistration Application until either all liensare released or all lenders consent to deregistration.

    The escrow agent can examine the FAA andInternational Registries on the closing date, and aBuyer can ask the counsel who provided the foreignregistry title searches to similarly confirm clear titleon the foreign registries.

    As noted in Part 2, a Buyer in a US importationmay want to require that the Seller agree to certainclosing procedures, including receipt of aDeregistration Confirmation prior to the Buyersrelease of funds. Further, when choosing the actualclosing time, the parties should consider the timezones involved, the expected deregistrationprocessing time, and any nuances (such as an

    informal cut-off time for same-day deregistrations) ofthe foreign registry.

    In particular, as the FAA will not accept the titletransfer and registration documents untilderegistration is confirmed, the Buyer will likely notwant to be in a position where it releases funds andthen must wait overnight for the deregistrationrequest to be processed. Thus, it is usually best thatthe closing occur during the business hours of theforeign and US registries and the escrow agentsbank (and the Sellers bank, if the parties haveagreed that Sellers confirmation of receipt of fundsis a prerequisite to other closing actions).

    Once the closing is complete and the BuyersRegistration Application has been filed with the FAA,a previously-engaged DAR or FAA airworthinessinspector (as detailed in Part 2) will likely be able topromptly issue an FAA Airworthiness Certificate.Then, if the aircraft was delivered in the US, whenthe Aircrafts registration mark is physically changedto the applicable FAA registration number, the Buyercan commence US operations under the RegistrationApplications temporary authority; upon receipt fromthe FAA of either a fly wire or the aircraftspermanent Certificate of Registration, the Buyer canalso operate internationally.

    However, if the aircraft is delivered outside of theUS, the Buyer cannot fly under such temporaryauthority and, as noted above, will likely have toobtain additional permits and certifications beforeoperating the aircraft.

    Post-Closing ConsiderationsA proper importation will likely be important duringany future aircraft resale. That is, the new Buyer willlikely scrutinize all aircraft documentation, certificatesand the chain of title. Thus, the importing Buyershould ensure that all aircraft and importationdocuments are accurate and complete and that anytitle or other issues are addressed prior to closing, ascorrecting such years later can prove challenging.

    Although US importations can involve uniqueissues, with thorough preparation a US Buyer cantake advantage of the international aircraft marketwhile also protecting against pitfalls.

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  • n 2009 the United States began easingsanctions and export control measuresagainst Cuba, eventually resulting in fewerrestrictions placed on Cuban-Americans

    travelling to Cuba, broadening of general licensesfor persons already authorized for travel to Cuba,allowing specified trade in support of Cubanpeople, and removing Cuba as a State Sponsor ofTerror.

    In January 2016, the US and Cuba signed anagreement to restore commercial airline service tothe island, and US officials have indicated theylldecide this summer which airlines will beapproved.

    Cuba is an attractive destination for severalreasons: An historic land caught in a virtual time

    warp, the nation long ruled by Fidel Castro hasbeen off-limits to its nearest neighbor for over ahalf century. Today Cuba is the hot spot to visit. Atleast once per week I receive a call from one of myclients asking if their policy territory includes Cuba.

    The short answer with almost all the aviationinsurance companies is a qualified yes. However,some insurers apply increased deductibles, maycharge an additional premium, and/or decrease theapplicable liability limit while you are operating inCuba. Furthermore, coverage may be providedonly if the trip has met all Office of Foreign AssetsControl (OFAC) requirements and the passengershave signed appropriate affidavits confirming theyare authorized travelers as defined by current USregulations.

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    Recent changes in the relationship between the United States and Cuba have everyone talking about travelling to that island nation

    before the inevitable march of progress changes it forever. Do your homework before you launch, cautions Stuart Hope.

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  • The OFAC ImpedimentOne of the largest impediments for private/corporate aircraft travel to Cuba has been the USTreasurys OFAC law. This law applies to US Citizensand US companies and generally prohibits anydealings or financial transactions (either directly orindirectly) with Cuba or any Cuban company.

    Heres the rub. As stated above, most CorporateAviation insurance policies include Cuba as anapproved territory. However, if an accident occurredwhile on Cuban soil (lets say a gear collapse onlanding), you were not allowed nor was yourinsurance company allowed to engage in anytransaction monetary or otherwise with a Cubancompany to repair your aircraft, leaving you, theowner, to fend for yourselfthat is until now.

    If you comply with the new rules for airoperations to Cuba, an AOG event is much easier tosupport. In general, you must be an authorizedtraveler as defined below; vet all passengers; meetall FAA & Cuba regulations; and operate fromapproved US Customs Port of Entry airports forflights to and from Cuba.

    Read the RulesThere are currently twelve categories of authorizedtravel to Cuba under a general license, including:

    Family visits Official business of the US Government Journalistic activity Professional research/meetings Educational activities Religious activities Public performances Support of the Cuban

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    information Export/Import, and Certain other export

    transactions.

    The real deterrent to flyingyour aircraft to Cuba is notyour insurance policy; its thegovernmental rules that mustbe followed in order for yourinsurance company torespond and pay for a claimthat occurs while in Cuba.

    A gear-up accident is afairly routine claim under anaviation insurance policy.However, if the USGovernment prohibits aninsurance company frompaying money to a Cubanmaintenance facility to repair

    your aircraft due to the OFAC laws, you may findyourself smoking a lot of good Cuban cigars whileyou extricate yourself from the situation if you didnttake care of all the details before you launched onyour trip.

    The easiest detail to tackle is your insurance.Simply call your aviation insurance broker and haveits staff confirm to you in writing what coverage andwhat conditions would apply under your policy for atrip to this mysterious island that everyone is talkingabout.

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    Helping you understand the technology, integration and advances of aircraft avionics and equipage, Ken Elliott concludes a five-part series on aircraft connectivity,

    this month with a brief history followed by an insightful look to the future.

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    Ken Elliott is a highly-respected industryauthority on avionics asa member of theNextGen AdvisoryCouncil sub-committeeand Technical Director,Avionics at Jetcraft.Contact him viaken.elliott@jetcraft.comor www.jetcraft.com

    ast month we addressed the expandinguse of walk-on Personal Electronic Devices(PEDs) on board aircraft, and how theyreduce the need for permanently installed

    equipment. PEDs also allow the user to seamlesslyfunction with the same device and familiarity asexperienced on the ground.

    While this capability is profound in itself, let ustake a step back and look at the wider aspect offuture aircraft connectivity.

    First, a Short HistoryMany years ago, I recall a customer requested cabinentertainment that was beyond a cassette deck andcabin speaker(s), the standard at the time. Satisfyinghis requests was more involved than simply addingessential passenger address (PA) override, or aheadset provision at the CEO chair. We had to call inthe big guns from the local car audio shop

    The expert they sent had never seen the inside of

    a Gulfstream II (or even a Cessna 172), but hiscontribution to our modern audio-visual system,with its sub-woofers and multiple input sources, wasan eye opener to us seasoned avionic gurus.

    Somewhere in the 1990s, cabins became morethan airborne passenger-lounges and began tomove into zoned, functional work spaces for the busyexecutive. Technologically inclined and enlightenedaircraft owners elevated expectations, and biggerlong-range jets provided the capable platform forthe new office in the sky.

    Later, our avionics shop made another quantumleap when approached by an aftermarket Gulfstreamowner who ran one of Americas leading homeentertainment businesses. The owners knowledge ofsystem control caused us to pause and reflect onaircraft cabin control in a way that was far beyond theaudio visual. (Meanwhile, and in parallel to our ownefforts, avionic suppliers were finding ways toremotely control cabin lights, cabin environment,

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    Figure 1: Discussions over a nice hot meal was the firstform of cabin connectivity.Then emerged the portablewalk-on devices, with no installation required andconversation no longernecessary (the meals went thesame way as the conservation).

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  • audio-visual and much more, all from single touchscreen armrest controls.)

    Aside from the cabin, aircraft connectivity reachedto the outside world. Before satellites were availablefor commercial aviation use, aircraft relied on othermeans to transmit messages, and in some casesdata, across continents and oceans. Aircraft, weigheddown with bulky high-frequency communicationsystems, struggled to make contact and stay onfrequency. Selcal (selective calling) enabled enrouteair traffic control to stay in touch with aircraft, evenwhen the HF frequency was not being monitored bythe pilot. Volmets provided audio weatherinformation as an added feature.

    I recall, as an avionics technician, the woes oftuning Sunair HF radios to long wire antennas,enabling aircraft to stay in touch while flying over theendless untapped forests of central Africa.

    About the same time as satellite technology wasfirst making its way into aircraft, companies likeAircell (now GoGo) were experimenting with analogvoice, air to ground, telephone systems. Those earlydays of aircraft telephones were marked by serious

    hand-off problems related to ground stations andtheir line of sight relationship to aircraft position andaltitude. When Magnastar products entered themarket and competition increased, phone andcorresponding early data systems multiplied, withincreased sophistication and reliability.

    A true revolution occurred with the onset ofIridium satellites with their low earth orbits and lowby the minute call costs, all with seamless hand-offcoverage. This allowed Aircell and others to take offin the world of cabin connectivity. Communicationwas now expanding into digital data, visual and theinternet, all in line with developments back in thehome and the office.

    I was fortunate to be one of the first to install theIridium broadband and see the excitement of anaircraft operator able to function, like we still dotoday, in the local coffee shop with our portabledevices, at relatively affordable rates (well, maybenot quite such low cost, so fast or as much data!)

    Some incidental side benefits of the newaffordable satellite communication were the ability toreceive weather, to share real time aircraftperformance and to track the aircrafts position.

    Aircraft Connectivity: A Future ImaginedStep forward, past the present that we have coveredover the previous four articles, and join us on amagical journey into tomorrow

    To begin with, the reader must face the long-termreality of widespread autonomous flight, with lessuse of humans in the loop and without reliance on atwo or three-person crew, or eventually any pilotonboard. Initially, of course, unmanned will stillrequire a ground pilot, but eventually that need willexpire.

    As the use of wireless, satellite and air-to-groundtechnologies expands into the cockpit, the relianceon humans in the loop will cautiously fade away, butnot without resistance. In essence, the twoconnectivity advances will merge over time. Alsothey will merge with a similar transition taking placeon the ground and centered on Air Traffic Control.

    The Internet of Things (IoT) covers a virtualuniverse of wireless activity, one part of which istransport and a sub part of transport is aviation. TheInternet of Aviation Things (IoAT) is the world oftomorrow for our industry. Because of the limits ofdata storage at end nodes (such as your aircraft),imagine instead that your aircraft is connected, realtime, 24 hours a day, to its own personal cloud. Acloud that streams back and forth all the data it, andthe world it connects to, will need.

    Our future Cloud may have 4 partitioned areas(Cloud 1, 2, 3 and 4). Lets deal with each in turn...

    Cloud 1: Essential Data (Trajectory)The aircraft, as a vehicle, can perform without acloud - especially with on-board pilot(s) - so focus ison the activities of the aircraft once its in motion. Itneeds to know where to go and what is its optimum

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  • trajectory along the way. That, for convenience, willbe provided by a Predictive Trajectory Cloud. Theaircrafts performance will be dictated by thispredictive trajectory.

    The predictive information from the cloud mimics4D Performance Based Navigation (PBN), butincludes all aspects of weather and all phases offlight, from taxi-out to taxi-in. It accounts for theflight plan, air traffic control, other aircraft, incidents,NOTAMS, runway conditions, aircraft weight andbalance, pilot inputs, and so on.

    The flight is time-based, so there will exist acontinual loop of data streaming from the aircraft tothe cloud regarding its performance, thus the cloudcan accurately predict, and then advise the futuretrajectory back to the aircraft. Aircraft will be projectedto arrive at specific 3D sky points at fixed times.

    The jewel in the crown of the predictive trajectorywill be the avoidance of weather. The IoAT will haveenabled, and weather-sensing technologies willhave evolved, to allow a subset of predictiveweather to the trajectory formula.

    The technologies now emerging for seeing therunway surface during all low visibility conditions willensure VFR-like activity in and around the airport, atall times. Extreme storm, snow and ice weather willbe sufficiently predicted to allow a properassessment of route and trajectory, prior to taxi out.If already enroute, adequate predictions will alsoprovide for a new route and trajectory. Despite whatwe hear, weather is the most significant disrupter inour national airspaces, and weather prediction stillrequires significant off-aircraft technologyinnovation.

    Cloud 2: Secondary Data (Surveillance)While the aircraft can perform and project on itstrajectory, it still needs to be tracked and monitored.Imagine a cloud that streams the aircrafts status 24hours a day, in the air and on the ground.

    Tiny RFID-like devices will be embedded

    throughout the fuselage, monitoring theperformance and status of thousands ofcomponents. Streaming data will morph into dataon demand where, autonomously, data will bestreamed in either direction, only when demanded.This will free-up valuable bandwidth for even moreIoAT functionality.

    The aircraft will be tracked along its route, and thecloud will retain all recorded data for any emergencythat could arise. Meanwhile, company headquarters,operations and maintenance will all have valuableaccess, in real time, to the same Tera or even PetaBytes of data.

    Because the surveillance of aircraft performanceand component level systems is continuous anddeeply diagnostic, maintenance tasks such as RVSMand Pitot Static recertification will take place duringevery trip, without the need for on-ground validation.Systems such as navigation will be constantly trackedfor signal reliability and accuracy at the Cloud 2 level.

    Cloud 2 will, in essence, be a virtual aircraft initself. The existing flight data recorder, cockpit voicerecorder, emergency locator and other devices, willexist in the cloud and not be physical on-boardequipment. Search and Rescue and NTSB personnelwill access all the data they need from this live cloud.

    Subject to de-identification, Cloud 2 data will beshared with those who wish to improve airspaceefficiency. Branches within the FAA NextGen office, forexample, are currently taking that approach; a quicklook at the FAA Performance Snapshots website willreveal how far they have progressed to date.

    The emergence of system-wide performancemonitoring and, for operators, the tracking of anaircrafts annual performance, is about to bloom intoa whole new industry, as everyone catches up andrealizes the ROI benefits.

    As the airspace becomes increasingly populatedwith unmanned autonomous flight platforms, theneed to see and avoid will increase and the ability forconflict being predicted and resolved in the cloudwill also be required. Equipment such as TCAS, ADS-B and TAWS will disappear as predictions oftrajectory take over. The cloud, in concert with otherclouds, will have been tracking all the aircraft in theneighborhood.

    Furthermore, the cloud will have access to avirtual 3D world updated every hour or so to accountfor obstacle changes. This ability of the cloud to seeand avoid will be built into the final trajectory data,streamed to the aircraft. Hence, the system willprovide real-time Collision Avoidance.

    Importantly, the Four Clouds will all be connectedas one and then in turn, connected to other systemsof information. Data such as all aircraft movements,3D terrain, live weather, live airport and runwayconditions, and many other common data streamswill be the same and available to all aircraft. This iswhat we call a virtual airspace, a central place thatmimics the real world almost live and where allaircraft connect.

    This is whatwe call avirtual

    airspace, acentral placethat mimicsthe real worldalmost liveand where all

    aircraftconnect.

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    Cloud 3: Non-Essential DataYou will be able to walk on your aircraft with yourpersonal device and continue what you were doingon the ground, whatever it may be. Connect yourPED to approved on-board resources and discovereverything you need to know about the trip.

    Conference in to your companys survey team inthe remote islands of Indonesia, then relax with a fulllength 3D movie played on your virtual realitygoggles: Cloud 3 will provide all of this capability, aswell as activities we have not yet even imagined.

    Pilots, using a plethora of applications, will havethe capability to enhance their flight with non-distracting activities. Predictive trajectory optionsmay be explored, useful destination data reviewed,in-flight purchase transactions completed, predictiveweather analyzed and airport-runway statusreviewed. Non-essential voice, as audio, will bedigitized and streamed, as data, in the continuum ofsystem-wide information.

    Pilots will conduct real-time telephony over thesame data stream, not as separate voice calling.CPDLC and FANS are early steps toward thisarchitecture. Furthermore, through voicerecognition technology, pilot communications willbe recognized and digitized at the source.

    Finally, Cloud 3 will accommodate the demandsof social media networking. Today professionalsstruggle with the role of social networking in theworld of business. As we watch the two merging, itbecomes apparent that the word social no longerimplies a casual chat between friends. The wholeworld is becoming interactive, and the role of socialmedia in aviation operations is still in its infancy.

    Cloud 4: Critical Data (Security/Back-Up)There is no point in the existence of Clouds 1-3without proper security and privacy. Intertwined,these two aspects of protection will always beconsidered critical to overall connectivity.

    Company operations will determine what isprivate and needs to be protectedor if shared,de-identified. Sharing will occur at greaterfrequency, but flight departments will be verycautious and conservative as they move intothis area.

    Protection from hackers and scammers willcontinue to grow exponentially, and firewalls oflayered protection will grow to isolate criticalaircraft systems from any outside interference.

    Equally, everything needs to be backed up andpartitioned. Cloud 4 will be a semi-permanentvirtual aircraft, able to replace any data lost andimpossible to be tampered with or damaged.Clouds will back up Clouds to ensure thecontinuous availability of service, providing theconfidence and assurance needed for the IoATto develop.

    SummaryConnectivity, as seamless wireless data, willtransform aviation. Far into the future, it willdepopulate the aircraft of redundant on-boardequipment and eventually make way for unmannedATC as well as the need for a pilot (or at least as weunderstand those needs today). Much of theaircrafts equipment and functionality will be virtualin a cloud, or cloud of clouds. Smart on demandstreaming will maximize data use and speeds.

    The IoAT will stream so much data in multipledirections to multiple destinations, it will be theequivalent of a permanently connected highway,steering truck-loads of packaged data, via hubs andconnectors. This creates a virtual aircraft, as well asanother virtual back-up aircraft.

    The virtual aircraft will control the performanceand 4D trajectory of the physical aircraft and itspayload. The virtual aircraft will host the lifetimememory of the physical aircrafts experience andallow the instantaneous connectivity of itspassengers to their office, home or anywhere else.

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    art of the impression of the ease ofoperations within US airspace stems fromthe sheer size of the continent and thevast distances one can cover in even the

    smallest aerial conveyance. A visiting pilot, here toearn his Air Transport Pilot certificate, noted similardistances in other parts of the world can involvecrossing multiple national boundaries and in theprocess interaction with multiple nationalbureaucracies.

    Another part of it comes from the ability to flyfrom and over states with (under the right

    circumstances) little to no interaction with agovernmental entity.

    One German national visited the Wichita areasome years back. After checking out in his flightschool's Cessna 172 he decided to follow his newinstructors advice and spend a few hours flying theSkyhawk to become familiar with the Wichita area andits many airports small, medium, large and military invariety. The instructor counseled him to range around,to visit some airports where they would be flying oncethe student started his formal instruction.

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    (Oklahoma) on Saturday for the monthly fly-inpancake breakfast, the instructor suggested. Thestudent liked the idea and asked, Who do I checkin with to fly to Oklahoma?

    When the instructor heard the question hedecided to hold an early impromptu lesson onflying in America. You need no one's permission,he explained. No need for radio calls beyondairport UNICOM calls, unless you want to file aflight plan...which we'll be doing a lot of startingnext week.

    Wide-eyed with surprise, Nobody? echoedthe student. Welcome to flying in the UnitedStates of America, home of the freedom to flyalmost anywhere, almost anytime. It's that wide-open sky that visiting international pilots first findamazing soon offset by the exceptions thatsometimes complicate the vision of free flightin the US

    Here versus There...America consists of about 3.8 million square milesin the Lower 48 states alone. That doesn't count the663,300 square miles of Alaska, and 4,000 squaremiles in Hawaii. By comparison, Europe collectivelycovers about 3.9 million square miles.

    But the land masses of the Middle East, Chinaand Russia dwarf the US, and flying across thosenations' borders and through their airspace requiressignificant amounts of government contact whileexacting a variety of bureaucracies.

    As one businessman NBAA Chairman RonDuncan noted recently, he could decide in themorning to fly his Challenger from his base inAnchorage, Alaska, to Washington, D.C., file a smallamount of paperwork (an instrument flight plan andnotice of transiting Canadian airspace) be airbornepromptly, and on the ground in the Nation's Capitola few hours later. No customs officials, noimmigration stops, no passport, no problems andno special fees.

    Within the US, put two pins on an IFR flightplanning chart, check the airspace along the way(there are some tricky areas) file an instrument flightplan, and go. The IFR flight plan requirement existsregardless of weather for aircraft flying aboveFL180. The airspace between FL180 and FL600 isdesignated Class A airspace, and FAA regulationsrequire every aircraft in Class A to fly on an IFRflight plan.

    In fact, in the US it's airspace designations, notpolitical boundaries or bureaucracies, that areresponsible for most of the need to interact withFAA controllers. After Class A, these are identifiedas follows:

    Class B, surrounding the major hub airports; Class C, surrounding scores of secondary

    airports with radar services; Class D, surrounding many smaller airports with

    ILS or other instrument approaches and anoperating control tower;

    Class E, airspace that is not one of the aboveclasses--basically airways

    Class F & G, uncontrolled airspace Others, Military Operations Areas (MOAs), and

    a relatively few restricted-airspace zones andeven fewer prohibited airspace zones.

    The businessman or businesswoman flying aturbocharged piston single or twin can pick twopoints, possibly file a VFR flight plan strictly attheir discretion, you understand load up, fire up,and fly. Radio contact with relevant controllers isrequired to fly through Class B, C and D airspace,but no advanced permission is needed beforebecoming airborne.

    While not required, a VFR flight plan is a smartoption (especially at night) but an optionnonetheless. Nobody at the FAA, in D.C., or any ofthe state or territorial capitals can deny you access.

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    You need no permission from the US government orthe 50 states to fly only the right to do so by beingappropriately licensed.

    In fact, you can traverse the nation from thefarthest corner to its opposite corner at will if younavigate to avoid any of those restricted airspacezones. You need only to make radio calls on theairports' UNICOM frequencies for the safety andcourtesy of fellow aviators. But even then, aircraftlacking radios usually also absent an electricalsystem to power them do this regularly withoutviolating any regulations.

    On the BorderThanks to the continued state ofheightened security we perpetuallylive under, however, transitingthe US border became a littlemore involved in the past15 years. One of thebigger changes camevia the US Customs& BorderProtection agency(CBP) and theform, contentand timing ofnotifying thegovernment ofyour plans totransit the USborder,outbound orinbound.

    The electronicAdvance PassengerInformation System(eAPIS) is the successorto an earlier system thatcould be handled by phoneor with an International FlightPlan. Since implementation in May2009, CBP an agency of the Departmentof Homeland Security has required these filingscome by Internet.

    Pilots must notify CBP via the internet only atleast 60 minutes before your departure from any USairport or foreign airport. It applies to any flight thatdeparts a US airport outbound, or departs a foreignairport inbound to a US airport. The eAPIS systemprovides the conduit for that notification, which isunrelated to any notification possibly required by theforeign airport either leaving or returning.

    While the requirement for filing is an hour beforeplanned departure, you can't simply log into theeAPIS site without first registering with CBP (viahttps://eapis.cbp.dhs.gov/). Plan a cushion for thistask, because you must wait for CBP's reply message and the agency notes that response may take a fewdays. Once registered and equipped with yourunique Sender ID and initial password, you're ready

    to go for 90 days.Before you can file a departure, you will have to

    log in to the same CBP site, with the ID andpassword sent to you, and reset your password. CBPrequires password resets every 90 days somethingyou do not have to worry about if you useeAPISfile.com. Once logged in, establish therequired Crew & Pilot Information and be sure youhave on hand the current information on your pilotcertificate and passport.

    A change in a mailing address not matched withan updated pilot certificate could create problems.And for anyone who hasn't updated their pilotcertificate since the last decade, well, you must

    possess an FAA certificate that states,English Proficient. These

    requirements apply whetheryou're just hopping the

    border to Cancun,Mexico; Georgetown,Grand Cayman; orToronto, Canada.

    For the record,flying withinCanada andMexico is aboutas easy and freeas within the US except forfees for air-traffic services(we'll addressthese in a laterinstallment of thisseries). And flying

    to Grand Cayman,Cayman Brac or Little

    Cayman, was alreadyallowed with an overflight

    of Cuba. Again, fees to theCuban government were

    involved as well as fees to theJamaican government for merely transiting

    its airspace.Once in those nations, filing requirements plus

    notifications and such are all by their rules; thosethree nations mentioned above, as well as theBahamas and other islands in the Caribbean, arefairly easy to deal with and lack the complexities ofsome of the regions and nations we'll discuss inupcoming articles.

    For those areas a wealth of varying bureaucracies,paperwork, permits, fees and inspections may apply,and no two countries seem to work things exactly thesame way as neighboring countries. Learning of andpreparing for operating into the internationalenvironment takes American aviators outside thefamiliarity and ease with which we fly here.

    And we'll start examining some of those areas andissues in subsequent stories on international accessfor Business Aviation.

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    With the variety of aircraft available in the Business Aviation market, its safe to saythere are almost always several options for meeting a buyers needs, notes Andre

    Fodor, VP of Aviation, Johnsonville Sausage. How do you create added value?

    FLIGHT DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT

    usiness Aviations OEMs havecontributed to a fine array of jets forsale on todays market. Competingaircraft can appear to offer similar

    operational capabilities, technology and pricing.The factor swaying the decision in favor of oneoffering over another often comes down to theAdded Value.

    Added Value is fairly subjective, so feel free toadd your thoughts by contacting us viaeditorial@avbuyer.com. Personally speaking, thekey factor boils down a simple propositionwithwhom Ill build a long-term aircraft ownershipand management experience. Let me illustrate

    During the recent procurement of a large jetfor my flight department, the final decision wasmade after evaluating the longevity of the salesand support team working for the chosen OEM. Idid some research to check how regularly theOEM changed its field service representatives

    and sales staff. I needed certainty that Id receiveconsistent support before jumping head-longinto a multi-million dollar deal!

    Professional aviation managers know thattheres a maturing process for every new aircraft.The first year of ownership may be challenging,and many potential problems might need to beovercome to maintain the high dispatch reliabilityrequired to meet a demanding flight schedule.Support, expertise and action are essential.

    Committed and supportive relationshipsensure youll know who to call late in the eveningto obtain approval for immediate shipment of apart, or for a technician to arrive on-scene.Effective customer support must come before theOEM handles its internal red tape for managingwarranty and post-sale support. Theres muchthat can happen on your behalf by taking thetime to make lasting connections as a part of theaircraft purchase process.

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  • Location, Location, LocationValue Added includes considering how far you arefrom a service center and a mobile service team. Inthe case of our aircraft, were 30 minutes flyingtime from an authorized service center that canhandle any maintenance in our airplane and coverall our warranties.

    In the case of one of our aircraft, I approached aknown service center and suggested that they hadan opportunity to have a mobile service team inour geographic location.

    I offered them space and support to set up atruck at our airport. I helped them validate thatthere was a market to serve and reasons to extendtheir territory. In exchange, I gained a trainedservice team right in my hangar.

    I created mutual value, and strengthened along-term relationship and increased good will.

    Upgrade PlanningAnother example of Value Added was highlightedin a discussion I had with a prospective aircraftbuyer. His expectation from his aircraft purchasewas to stay connected to his three children (andfuture grand-children) across three states. Hisaircraft of choice, which would only allow for eight

    passengers with limited baggage space, couldquickly become operationally obsolete.

    Resources were available to afford a largeraircraft, so we discussed a plan where he wouldstart with the smaller airplane and then transitionto something larger as his family grew. With a pre-agreed, structured purchase and upgrade planusing the same OEM, he was able to make a ValueAdded choice that fit his plans both now and inthe future.

    In summary, Value Added comes withstrengthening relationships.

    Business should benefit all involved parties; itcant be only about me. I try to provide valuebeyond just being a buyer by asking how I canbenefit my business partners through my good willand interest in their success.

    After all, once the purchase is complete, we arevested in a long-term partnership that requiresloyalty and trust.

    Come to think of it, its not unlike the formulafor a successful marriage!

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    Inexchange, I gained atrained

    service teamright in myhangar.

    FLIGHT DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT

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  • ast month, we looked at the case study ofa June 2014 accident involving a Learjet35A operated by a civil operator thatsuffered a mid-air collision with one of the

    two Eurofighters. The Learjet 35A was performing arenegade mission exercise, and following thecollision it crashed to the ground, the pilots of theLearjet suffered fatal injuries, and the aircraft wasdestroyed.The report of the accident investigation

    conducted by the German Federal Bureau of AircraftAccident Investigation (BFU) attributed as animmediate cause the fact that the Learjet crew failedto account for the risks due to possible limitations totheir field of view. Additionally, use of a computer asan Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) while deciding aboutthe task distribution may have created distractionsand was also attributed.Due to insufficient situational awareness during

    the intervention, the Learjet crew continued the turnwith an excessive bank angle despite the loss ofvisual contact with the Eurofighter flying at the insideof the turn, read the report.

    EFB DistractionThe BFU report highlights that as part of the riskanalysis the operator should have conducted prior tothe operation, assessment should have been madeas to what extent the use of portable EFBs result indistraction, and which flight phases needed to beconsidered critical flight phases, both generally andaccording to the operators operating modes.EFBs boast many advantages, including seamless

    integration and updating of operationaldocumentation (including manuals and aeronauticalcharts), along with easy access to necessarydocumentation during flight. Many (if not most)corporate flight departments have alreadyintroduced EFB platforms or are seriouslyconsidering one.Despite the benefits that can be derived from

    them, however, EFBs imply a radical change indocumentation management and utilization withincorporate flight departments. To use ICAOs lexiconof the Safety Management Manual (Document 9859),upgrading to EFB requires managementof change.

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    To realize the full benefits of Electronic Flight Bags, flight departments need to manage the transition carefully and safely, notes Mario Pierobon. Following are some crucial pointers for all flight department managers...

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  • In other words, an organization needs to establishprocedures that ensure safety assessments of new aviationsafety-related operations, processes and equipment areconducted (and accounted for) as applicable, before they areput into place.

    Airworthiness and operational considerations need to bemade when upgrading to EFB capability.

    Hardware AirworthinessWith regard to the airworthiness of the hardware, an operatorhas a responsibility to gather evidence from the hardwaremanufacturer that the equipment may be safely operated in theflight deck. The hardware must withstand rapiddepressurization situations and not conflict with installedavionics.

    Keep in mind that hardware solutions commonly utilized asEFBs are not normally developed as aircraft technologyautomatically meeting airworthiness requirements. Tabletcomputers are normally conceived as consumer goods.

    EFB airworthiness data may not be directly available fromhardware manufacturers, so an operator should either conducttests directly or use data from an operator already approved forEFB operations, and with extensive operational experience.

    Safety assurance via management of change requires an airoperator to ensure no additional safety hazards are posedcompared to the more traditional use of paper documentation.

    Irrespective of whether either an EFB or paperdocumentation is used, the architecture of operations manualsshould always be covered by the scope of training programsfor crew-members to ensure that they know where they need tolook to find the required operational instructions.

    Task DistributionThe distribution of tasks deserve particular consideration ina risk analysis for the management of change. Who consultsthe manuals? Who performs the flying tasks? This shouldbe already defined in the SOPs for the specific phasesof flights.

    A prudent move toward EFB implementation could be tomonitor EFB-literacy of crew members to guarantee that allbecome EFB-fluent in their workings, and that use of thetechnology does not always end up with the crew memberwho is the most IT literate.

    Manging change is a defining feature of an SMS, and ifperformed without due care can result in failure toappreciate the safety implications of new operationalprocedures. Institutionalizing change management withinthe flight department ensures that people think criticallyahead of proposed changes, learning to master them to thefullest (and safest) extent. Are you looking for more articles on Safety? Visit www.avbuyer.com/articles-guides/business-aviation-safety

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  • he average Large Cabin and Ultra-Long-Range jetsshare more in common than they differ, with similarcabin sizes and comparable cruise speeds rangingroughly between 450-500kts. For the purpose ofthis months focus, well categorise Large Cabin and

    Ultra-Long-Range jets under the generic category of LargeCabin jets, on the basis of their shared characteristics, andMTOWs that generally range between 38,000-100,000pounds.

    Large Cabin jets have much in their favor. Seats-full rangecapabilities typically go up to, and into the 6,000nm range,making these effective non-stop continent and ocean-crossingmachines. The fewer the stops, the shorter the overall triptime!

    One disadvantage the Large Cabin jets have over theirSmall and Medium jet kin is their need for runways longer than6,000ft, which restricts the number of airports they can use bycomparison. Nevertheless, for the trans-oceanic traveller, theadvantages offered by these airplanes far outweigh the nega-tives.

    Where the Large Cabin airplanes really excel (as the namewould suggest) is in their cabin capacities. A cabin will typicallystretch from 30-40 feet or more, enabling operators to enjoy awider array of finishing options and office capabilities than jetsin the smaller segments can provide. Cabin heights in excessof six feet guarantees stand-up cabin comfort, while seatingcapacity of 8-18 is typical.

    Naturally, the size and range capabilities of Large Cabin jetsdont come cheaply, and youll need a larger fuel budget,more hangar space and a larger maintenance budget. Yet forthe company with the need, the Large Cabin jet will rarelyprove too small, and only occasionally be too large for an air-port youd prefer to access. In these situations, supplementalcharter is the answer.

    Large Cabin Jet Price GuideThe following Large Cabin jets Average Retail Price Guiderepresents current values published in the Aircraft BluebookPrice Digest. The study spans model years from 1997 throughSpring 2016. Each reporting point represents the currentaverage retail value published in the Aircraft Bluebook by itscorresponding calendar year.

    For example, the Gulfstream G280 values reported in theSpring 2016 edition of the Bluebook show $18.5m for a 2013model, $17.5m for a 2012 model and so forth. Aircraft are listedalphabetically. With the readers knowledge of aircraft,equipment, range and performance, the following Guide allowsthe reader to determine the best value aircraft for consideration.

    Note:We have included 42 aircraft models in the followingLarge Cabin average price guide, and for additional assistance,Conklin & de Deckers Performance and Specifications data forthese models can be referred to, beginning on page 100`.

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    Business Aircraft Values: The Large Cabin Choice

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    There are occasionswhen the operatorsmission dictates an

    aircraft of larger capacity. This month

    our value study focuses on our

    definition of LargeCabin and Ultra-Long-Range business jets.

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  • Large Cabin Jets Average Retail Price Guide

    BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 850ER 21.0 - - 14.0 13.0 12.0 11.0 10.0 9.0

    BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 650 24.0

    BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 605 23.0 19.0 17.0 15.5 13.250 12.750 12.0 11.250 10.5

    BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 604 10.0

    BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 350 22.0 19.5

    BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 300 18.0 16.5 15.5 14.5 13.5 12.5 11.5 10.5

    BOMBARDIER GLOBAL 6000 50.0 47.0 42.0 39.0

    BOMBARDIER GLOBAL 5000 43.0 36.0 33.0 30.0 26.0 24.0 22.0 20.0 17.0

    BOMBARDIER GLOBAL EXP XRS 33.0 31.0 28.0 25.0 23.0 22.0

    BOMBARDIER GLOBAL EXP

    DASSAULT FALCON 8X 57.5

    DASSAULT FALCON 7X 53.8 49.0 43.0 38.0 33.0 31.0 29.0 27.0 25.0 22.0

    DASSAULT FALCON 2000LXS 34.115 29.0 27.0 25.0

    DASSAULT FALCON 2000S 28.9 25.0 23.0 22.0

    DASSAULT FALCON 2000LX 21.0 20.0 19.0 17.0 16.5 15.5

    DASSAULT FALCON 2000DX EASY 15.0 13.0 12.0

    DASSAULT FALCON 2000EX EASY 16.0 15.0 14.0

    DASSAULT FALCON 2000EX

    DASSAULT FALCON 2000 9.5

    DASSAULT FALCON 900LX 43.8 40.0 35.0 30.0 29.5 27.5 25.5

    DASSAULT FALCON 900DX 19.0 17.0 15.0 13.5

    DASSAULT FALCON 900EX EASY 23.0 21.0 20.0 19.0

    DASSAULT FALCON 900EX

    DASSAULT FALCON 900C

    DASSAULT FALCON 900B

    EMBRAER LINEAGE 1000E 43.0 39.0

    EMBRAER LINEAGE 1000 36.0 35.0 34.0 33.0 32.0

    EMBRAER LEGACY 650-135BJ 26.0 24.0 21.0 18.0 17.0 15.0

    EMBRAER LEGACY 600-135BJ 21.0 19.0 17.0 15.5 - 12.0 11.0 9.0 8.5

    EMBRAER LEGACY 500 19.0 18.0

    EMBRAER LEGACY 450 16.0

    GULFSTREAM G650ER 68.0 66.0

    GULFSTREAM G650 64.0 62.0

    GULFSTREAM G550 53.0 43.0 41.0 37.5 36.5 35.0 30.5 28.0 26.0

    GULFSTREAM G500 30.0 28.0 26.0 23.0 21.5 20.0

    GULFSTREAM G450 30.0 26.0 24.0 22.0 21.0 20.0 19.0 18.0 17.0

    GULFSTREAM G400

    GULFSTREAM G350 19.0 16.0 15.0 14.0 13.0 11.0

    GULFSTREAM G300

    GULFSTREAM G280 21.5 20.5 18.5 17.5

    GULFSTREAM GV

    GULFSTREAM G1V-SP

    AIRCRAFT BLUEBOOK DATA - CARL JANSSENS, EDITOR. EMAIL: CARL@JETAPPRAISALS.COM

    MODEL

    MODEL YEAR $

    2016US$M

    2015US$M

    2014US$M

    2013US$M

    2012US$M

    2011US$M

    2010US$M

    2009US$M

    2008US$M

    2007US$M

    FLIGHT DEPARTMENT RETAIL PRICE GUIDE

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  • Spring 2016 What your money buys today2006US$M

    2005US$M

    2004US$M

    2003US$M

    2002US$M

    2001US$M

    2000US$M

    1999US$M

    1998US$M

    1997US$M

    AIRCRAFT BLUEBOOK DATA - CARL JANSSENS, EDITOR. EMAIL: CARL@JETAPPRAISALS.COM

    MODEL

    MODEL YEAR $

    8.0 BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 850ER

    BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 650

    BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 605

    9.5 8.5 7.7 7.0 6.4 5.7 5.5 5.0 4.8 4.7 BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 604

    BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 350

    10.0 9.5 9.0 8.750 BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 300

    BOMBARDIER GLOBAL 6000

    16.0 15.0 BOMBARDIER GLOBAL 5000

    21.0 19.0 BOMBARDIER GLOBAL EXP XRS

    17.0 16.0 15.0 14.0 13.0 12.0 11.0 BOMBARDIER GLOBAL EXP

    DASSAULT FALCON 8X

    DASSAULT FALCON 7X

    DASSAULT FALCON 2000LXS

    DASSAULT FALCON 2000S

    DASSAULT FALCON 2000LX

    DASSAULT FALCON 2000DX EASY

    13.0 12.0 11.0 DASSAULT FALCON 2000EX EASY

    10.0 9.0 DASSAULT FALCON 2000EX

    9.0 8.5 8.0 7.0 6.4 6.0 5.6 5.1 4.6 4.3 DASSAULT FALCON 2000

    DASSAULT FALCON 900LX

    12.5 11.5 DASSAULT FALCON 900DX

    18.0 17.0 16.0 15.5 DASSAULT FALCON 900EX EASY

    11.5 11.0 10.5 10.0 9.5 9.0 8.5 DASSAULT FALCON 900EX

    10.8 10.3 9.5 9.2 8.7 8.5 8.2 7.4 DASSAULT FALCON 900C

    8.1 7.9 7.1 6.6 DASSAULT FALCON 900B

    EMBRAER LINEAGE 1000E

    EMBRAER LINEAGE 1000

    EMBRAER LEGACY 650-135BJ

    EMBRAER LEGACY 600-135BJ

    EMBRAER LEGACY 500

    EMBRAER LEGACY 450

    GULFSTREAM G650ER

    GULFSTREAM G650

    25.0 24.0 23.0 22.0 GULFSTREAM G550

    18.0 17.0 16.0 15.0 GULFSTREAM G500

    15.0 14.0 GULFSTREAM G450

    9.5 8.5 GULFSTREAM G400

    9.0 8.0 GULFSTREAM G350

    6.0 5.0 GULFSTREAM G300

    GULFSTREAM G280

    15.0 14.0 13.0 12.0 11.5 11.0 GULFSTREAM GV

    7.2 6.8 6.5 6.3 5.8 5.3 GULFSTREAM G1V-SP

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  • The following describes the content of eachcost element used in The Aircraft CostEvaluator. There are no sales taxes included inthese costs.

    VARIABLE COST PER HOUR Includes fuel,maintenance reserves for routine mainte-nance, engine/ propeller/APU reserves, andmiscellaneous expenses.

    Specifications - GeneralCABIN DIMENSIONS Cabin Height, Width,and Length are based on a completed interior.On cabin-class aircraft, the length is meas-ured from the cockpit divider to the aft pres-sure bulkhead (or aft cabin bulkhead if unpres-surized). For small cabin aircraft, the distanceis from the cockpit firewall to the aft bulkhead.Height and width are the maximum within that

    cabin space. Cabin Volume is the interiorvolume, with headliner in place, without chairsor other furnishings. Cabin Door Height andWidth are the measurements of the mainpassenger cabin entry door.

    BAGGAGE Internal baggage volume is thebaggage volume that is accessible in flight bythe passenger. This amount may vary with theinterior layout. External baggage volume isthe baggage volume not accessible in flight(nacelle lockers, etc.).

    CREW SEATS/SEATS EXECUTIVE This is thetypical crew and passenger seating commonlyused on the aircraft. This is not the maximumcertificated seats of the aircraft. These num-bers may vary for different operations(Corporate, Commercial, EMS, etc.).

    Weights: Maximum Take-Off Weight and Maximum

    Landing Weight are specified during air-craft certification.

    Basic Operating Weight is the emptyweight, typically equipped, plus unusablefuel and liquids, flight crew @ 200 poundseach and their supplies.

    Useable fuel is the useable fuel in gallonsx 6.7 pounds per gallon (Jet fuel) or 6pounds per gallon (AVGAS).

    Payload with Full Fuel is the useful loadminus the useable fuel. The useful load isbased on the maximum ramp weightminus the basic operating weight.

    Maximum Payload is the maximum zerofuel weight minus the basic operatingweight.

    SpecificationsPerformance Range: Range (4 Pax) - The maximum IFR range

    of the aircraft with four passenger seatsoccupied. This uses the NBAA IFR alter-nate fuel reserve calculation for a 200N.Mi. alternate. This is used for jet andturboprop aircraft.

    Ferry Range - is the maximum IFR rangeof the aircraft with the maximum fuel onboard and no passenger seats occupied.This uses the NBAA IFR alternate fuelreserve calculation for a 200 N.Mi.alternate. This is used for jet andturboprop aircraft.

    VFR Range - Seats Full is the maximum

    VFR range of the aircraft with all passen-ger seats occupied. This is used for allhelicopters and piston fixed-wing aircraft.

    VFR Ferry Range - is the maximum VFRrange of the aircraft with the maximumfuel on board and no passenger seatsoccupied. This is used for all helicoptersand piston fixed-wing aircraft.

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    ER 650

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    ER 850

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    VARIABLE COST PER HOUR $

    CABIN HEIGHT FT.

    CABIN WIDTH FT.

    CABIN LENGTH FT.

    CABIN VOLUME CU.FT.

    DOOR HEIGHT FT.

    DOOR WIDTH FT.

    BAGGAGE VOL. INT. CU.FT.

    BAGGAGE VOL. EXT. CU.FT.

    CREW #

    SEATS - EXECUTIVE #

    MTOW LBS

    MLW LBS

    B.O.W. W/CREW LBS

    USEABLE FUEL LBS

    PAYLOAD WITH FULL FUEL LBS

    MAX. PAYLOAD LBS

    RANGE - SEATS FULL N.M.

    MAX. RANGE N.M. (4 PAX)

    BALANCED FIELD LENGTH FT.

    LANDING DIST. (FACTORED) FT.

    R.O.C. - ALL ENGINES FT PER MIN

    R.O.C. - ONE ENGINE OUT FT PER MIN

    MAX. CRUISE SPEED KTAS

    NORMAL CRUISE SPEED KTAS

    L/RANGE CRUISE SPEED KTAS

    ENGINES #

    ENGINE MODEL

    LARGE CABIN & ULTRALONG RANGE JETS

    FLIGHT DEPARTMENT SPECIFICATIONS

    $3,135.88

    6.08

    7.17

    23.7

    930

    6.22

    2.5

    106

    -

    2

    8

    38850

    33750

    23850

    14045

    1105

    3350

    3065

    3220

    4810

    3951

    4240

    474

    470

    459

    459

    2

    HTF 7000

    $3,152.10

    6.08

    7.17

    23.7

    1002

    6.22

    2.5

    106

    -

    2

    8

    40600

    34150

    24800

    14150

    1800

    3400

    3200

    -

    4853

    3850

    -

    -

    470

    459

    459

    2

    HTF 7350

    $3,640.78

    6.08

    8.17

    28.4

    1146

    5.83

    3.08

    115

    -

    2

    10

    48200

    38000

    27100

    19850

    1263

    4815

    3756

    4033

    5765

    4050

    4345

    680

    488

    459

    425

    2

    CF34-3B

    $3,388.42

    6.08

    8.17

    28.4

    1146

    5.83

    3.08

    115

    -

    2

    10

    48200

    38000

    27150

    19852

    1298

    4850

    3756

    4063

    5840

    3833

    4345

    581

    488

    459

    425

    2

    CF34-3B

    $3,384.82

    6.08

    8.17

    28.4

    1146

    -

    -

    115

    -

    2

    10

    48200

    38000

    27150

    19852

    1298

    4850

    3756

    4063

    5665

    3833

    4345

    581

    488

    459

    425

    2

    CF34-3BMTO

    $3,544.71

    6.08

    8.17

    48.42

    1964

    5.8

    3.08

    202

    -

    2

    15

    53000

    47000

    34618

    18274

    358

    9382

    2456

    2946

    6305

    4120

    3395

    443

    459

    442

    425

    2

    CF34-3B1

    $5,347.34

    6.25

    8.17

    48.35

    2002

    6.16

    3

    190

    -

    2

    13

    95000

    78600

    50300

    43158

    1792

    5700

    5940

    6460

    6170

    3667

    3450

    522

    505

    488

    459

    2

    BR 710-A2-20

    $5,321.30

    6.25

    8.17

    48.35

    2002

    6.17

    3

    195

    -

    2

    13

    98000

    78600

    51200

    44642

    2408

    4800

    6055

    6390

    6170

    3667

    3300

    474

    511

    488

    471

    2

    BR 710-A2-20

    $5,093.92

    6.25

    8.17

    42.47

    1889

    6.17

    3

    195

    -

    2

    13

    92500

    78600

    50861

    38959

    2930

    7139

    5200

    5137

    5540

    3667

    3450

    704

    511

    488

    471

    2

    BR 710-A2-20

    $5,149.70

    6.25

    8.17

    48.35

    2002

    6.17

    3

    195

    -

    2

    13

    99500

    78600

    52230

    44716

    2804

    5770

    5890

    6390

    6476

    3667

    3300

    474

    511

    488

    471

    2

    BR 710-A2-20

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    DASSAU

    LT FALCO

    N 2000DX

    DASSAU

    LT FALCO

    N 2000EX EASY

    DASSAU

    LT FALCO

    N 2000LX

    DASSAU

    LT FALCO

    N 2000LXS

    DASSAU

    LT FALCO

    N 2000S

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    LT FALCO

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    VARIABLE COST PER HOUR $

    CABIN HEIGHT FT.

    CABIN WIDTH FT.

    CABIN LENGTH FT.

    CABIN VOLUME CU.FT.

    DOOR HEIGHT FT.

    DOOR WIDTH FT.

    BAGGAGE VOL. INT. CU.FT.

    BAGGAGE VOL. EXT. CU.FT.

    CREW #

    SEATS - EXECUTIVE #

    MTOW LBS

    MLW LBS

    B.O.W. W/CREW LBS

    USEABLE FUEL LBS

    PAYLOAD WITH FULL FUEL LBS

    MAX. PAYLOAD LBS

    RANGE - SEATS FULL N.M.

    MAX. RANGE N.M. (4 PAX)

    BALANCED FIELD LENGTH FT.

    LANDING DIST. (FACTORED) FT.

    R.O.C. - ALL ENGINES FT PER MIN

    R.O.C. - ONE ENGINE OUT FT PER MIN

    MAX. CRUISE SPEED KTAS

    NORMAL CRUISE SPEED KTAS

    L/RANGE CRUISE SPEED KTAS

    ENGINES #

    ENGINE MODEL

    LARGE CABIN & ULTRALONG RANGE JETS

    FLIGHT DEPARTMENT SPECIFICATIONS

    $3,888.61

    6.2

    7.7

    31.2

    1028

    5.64

    2.63

    134

    -

    2

    10

    35800

    33000

    22750

    12155

    1095

    5910

    2841

    3213

    5440

    4333

    3730

    377

    475

    459

    430

    2

    CFE 738-1-1B

    $3,170.38

    6.2

    7.7

    31.2

    1028

    5.64

    2.63

    131

    -

    2

    10

    41000

    39300

    23190

    14600

    3410

    6510

    3378

    3425

    5300

    4333

    4575

    490

    482

    459

    442

    2

    PW308C

    $3,150.95

    6.2

    7.7

    31.2

    1028

    5.64

    2.64

    131

    -

    2

    10

    42200

    39300

    23190

    16660

    2550

    6510

    3878

    3912

    5585

    4333

    4375

    490

    482

    459

    442

    2

    PW308C

    $3,089.71

    6.2

    7.7

    31.2

    1028

    5.63

    2.64

    131

    -

    2

    10

    42800

    39300

    24750

    16660

    1590

    4950

    3970

    4095

    6050

    4484

    4350

    490

    482

    453

    441

    2

    PW308C

    $3,089.71

    6.2

    7.7

    31.2

    1028

    5.64

    2.63

    131

    -

    2

    10

    42800

    39300

    24750

    16660

    1590

    4950

    3970

    4065

    4920

    3384

    4310

    565

    482

    453

    441

    2

    PW308C

    $3,149.57

    6.2

    7.7

    31.2

    1028

    5.64

    2.63

    131

    -

    2

    10

    41000

    39300

    24750

    14600

    1850

    4950

    3385

    3601

    4535

    3834

    4535

    625

    482

    453

    437

    2

    PW308C

    $4,239.02

    6.2

    7.7

    33.2

    1270

    5.7

    2.7

    127

    -

    2

    12

    45500

    42000

    25275

    19165

    1260

    2945

    3450

    4000

    5144

    3633

    3755

    645

    500

    466

    428

    3

    TFE 731-5BR-1C

    $4,037.92

    6.2

    7.7

    33.2

    1270

    5.7

    2.7

    127

    -

    2

    12

    45500

    42000

    25275

    19165

    1260

    2945

    3450

    4000

    5144

    3633

    3755

    645

    500

    466

    428

    3

    TFE 731-5BR-1C

    $3,796.69

    6.2

    7.7

    33.2

    1270

    5.6

    2.6

    127

    -

    2

    12

    46700

    42200

    25800

    18830

    2270

    5064

    4100

    4050

    4890

    3633

    3880

    796

    482

    459

    430

    3

    TFE 731-60

    $3,745.32

    6.2

    7.7

    33.2

    1270

    5.6

    2.6

    127

    -

    2

    12

    49000

    44500

    24700

    21000

    3500

    6164

    4500

    4630

    5215

    3750

    3880

    703

    482

    459

    430

    3

    TFE 731-60

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    DASSAULT FALCON 7X

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    EMBRAER LEGACY 500

    EMBRAER LEGACY 600

    EMBRAER LEGACY 650

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    EMBRAER LINEAGE 1000E

    GULFSTREAM

    G IV SP

    VARIABLE COST PER HOUR $

    CABIN HEIGHT FT.

    CABIN WIDTH FT.

    CABIN LENGTH FT.

    CABIN VOLUME CU.FT.

    DOOR HEIGHT FT.

    DOOR WIDTH FT.

    BAGGAGE VOL. INT. CU.FT.

    BAGGAGE VOL. EXT. CU.FT.

    CREW #

    SEATS - EXECUTIVE #

    MTOW LBS

    MLW LBS

    B.O.W. W/CREW LBS

    USEABLE FUEL LBS

    PAYLOAD WITH FULL FUEL LBS

    MAX. PAYLOAD LBS

    RANGE - SEATS FULL N.M.

    MAX. RANGE N.M. (4 PAX)

    BALANCED FIELD LENGTH FT.

    LANDING DIST. (FACTORED) FT.

    R.O.C. - ALL ENGINES FT PER MIN

    R.O.C. - ONE ENGINE OUT FT PER MIN

    MAX. CRUISE SPEED KTAS

    NORMAL CRUISE SPEED KTAS

    L/RANGE CRUISE SPEED KTAS

    ENGINES #

    ENGINE MODEL

    LARGE CABIN & ULTRALONG RANGE JETS

    FLIGHT DEPARTMENT SPECIFICATIONS

    $3,587.50

    6.2

    7.7

    33.2

    1270

    5.6

    2.6

    127

    -

    2

    12

    49000

    44500

    26400

    21000

    1800

    4464

    4800

    4750

    5215

    3833

    3880

    703

    482

    459

    430

    3

    TFE 731-60

    $3,849.79

    6.2

    7.7

    39.1

    1506

    5.64

    2.63

    140

    -

    2

    12

    70000

    62400

    36600

    31940

    1660

    4400

    5490

    5803

    5600

    3591

    -

    615

    -

    488

    459

    3

    PW307A

    $3,803.75

    6.2

    7.7

    42.7

    1695

    5.64

    2.63

    140

    -

    2

    12

    73000

    62400

    36100

    34900

    2200

    4900

    6290

    6450

    5820

    3591

    -

    -

    -

    488

    459

    3

    PW307D

    $2,789.09

    6

    6.83

    24

    705

    5.42

    2.4

    27

    150

    2

    7

    35271

    32518

    22928

    10851

    1627

    2976

    2521

    2575

    3825

    3472

    3866

    996

    470

    459

    438

    2

    HTF7500E

    $3,179.78

    6

    6.83

    27.5

    823

    5.22

    1.91

    29

    126

    2

    8

    37919

    34127

    23437

    13058

    1600

    3062

    3027

    3125

    4084

    2114

    3866

    891

    467

    447

    440

    2

    HTF7500E

    $3,739.73

    6

    6.92

    49.8

    1656

    5.6

    2.5

    286

    -

    2

    13

    49604

    40785

    30419

    18170

    1169

    4855

    3091

    3429

    5440

    3835

    2639

    761

    455

    447

    424

    2

    AE 3007A1E

    $3,860.49

    6

    6.92

    49.8

    1656

    5.6

    2.5

    286

    -

    2

    13

    53572

    44092

    31217

    20600

    1909

    4938

    3661

    3919

    5840

    3910

    3022

    757

    459

    447

    425

    2

    AE 3007A2

    $5,827.15

    6.58

    8.75

    84.32

    3914

    5.97

    2.46

    323

    120

    2

    19

    120152

    100972

    70844

    48217

    1530

    9625

    4198

    4554

    6076

    3402

    2464

    720

    472

    459

    455

    2

    CF34-10E7-B

    $5,827.32

    6.58

    8.75

    84.32

    3914

    5.97

    2.46

    323

    120

    2

    19

    120152

    100972

    70548

    48217

    1826

    9921

    4242

    4602

    6076

    3402

    2464

    720

    471

    459

    -

    2

    CF34-10E7-B

    $5,040.31

    6.2

    7.3

    45.1

    1658

    5

    3

    169

    -

    2

    13

    74600

    66000

    43700

    29281

    2019

    5300

    3880

    4136

    5700

    4458

    3640

    701

    500

    476

    445

    2

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    GULFSTREAM G350

    GULFSTREAM G400

    GULFSTREAM G450

    GULFSTREAM G500

    GULFSTREAM G550

    GULFSTREAM G650

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    VARIABLE COST PER HOUR $

    CABIN HEIGHT FT.

    CABIN WIDTH FT.

    CABIN LENGTH FT.

    CABIN VOLUME CU.FT.

    DOOR HEIGHT FT.

    DOOR WIDTH FT.

    BAGGAGE VOL. INT. CU.FT.

    BAGGAGE VOL. EXT. CU.FT.

    CREW #

    SEATS - EXECUTIVE #

    MTOW LBS

    MLW LBS

    B.O.W. W/CREW LBS

    USEABLE FUEL LBS

    PAYLOAD WITH FULL FUEL LBS

    MAX. PAYLOAD LBS

    RANGE - SEATS FULL N.M.

    MAX. RANGE N.M. (4 PAX)

    BALANCED FIELD LENGTH FT.

    LANDING DIST. (FACTORED) FT.

    R.O.C. - ALL ENGINES FT PER MIN

    R.O.C. - ONE ENGINE OUT FT PER MIN

    MAX. CRUISE SPEED KTAS

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    226

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    the Legacy 650. The field in this comparative studyincorporates the Gulfstream GIV-SP business jet.

    Embraer announced its entry into the BusinessAviation market in 2000 with its Legacy 600 whichmade its first flight in 2001. The Legacy 600 is a busi-ness jet derivative of the Embraer ERJ-135 family ofregional jets. JAA (EASA) certification was achievedin August 2002 with FAA certification following soonafter. The Legacy 600 comes in two versions, includ-ing a shorter-range, higher capacity Legacy Shuttle.The jet is powered by two Rolls-Royce AE3007A1Eengines each offering 7,953 lbst.

    The Legacy 650 followed in 2011, based on the

    platform of the larger ERJ-145 to provide a longer-range version of the Legacy 600. Powered by twoRolls-Royce AE3007A2 engines each offering 9,020lbst, the Legacy 650 has a flight level ceiling of41,000 feet.

    Worldwide AppealThere are 88 wholly-owned Embraer Legacy 650s inoperation worldwide. By continent, Asia has thelargest fleet percentage (46%), followed by Europe(25%) and South America (14%), for a combined totalof 86%.

    US Flight ActivityTable A (overleaf) shows that the number of Legacy650 flights increased by 5.8% in 2015 vs 2014, butthe distance travelled and flight hours declined in the

    FLIGHT DEPARTMENT AIRCRAFT COMPARATIVE

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  • comparison between the twoyears. This is evident also bythe decline in the average dis-tance and flight times.

    Payload & RangeThe data contained in Table B(center, left) are sourced fromConklin & de Decker but arealso published in the B&CA,May 2015 issue. As we havementioned in past articles, apotential operator should focuson payload capability as a keyfactor. The Legacy 650Available payload withMaximum Fuel (1,909 lbs) isless than the Gulfstream GIV-SP(2,019 lbs).

    In addition, Table B showsthe fuel usage by each aircraftin this field of study. The Legacy650 burns less gallons of fuelper hour at 362 GPH versus theGulfstream GIV-SP (486 GPH),according to Aircraft CostCalculator.

    Cabin Cross-SectionsAccording to Conklin & deDecker, the Legacy 650 cabinvolume is 1,656 cu. ft. and itscabin length is 49.8ft. TheGulfstream GIV-SP, meanwhile,has virtually the same in cabinvolume (1,658 cu. ft.) but isshorter in length at 45.1ft. ChartA, bottom left (courtesy ofUPCAST JETBOOK) shows theside-by-side comparisons. TheGIV-SP offers a little more cabinwidth and height than theLegacy 650.

    Range ComparisonAs depicted by Chart B (top,right) and using Shanghai, Chinaas the origin point, the Legacy650 shows slightly less rangecoverage than the GulfstreamGIV-SP, per data from AircraftCost Calculator (ACC).

    Note: For jets and turbo-props, Seats-Full Range repre-sents the maximum IFR range ofthe aircraft at Long-RangeCruise with all passenger seatsoccupied. ACC assumes NBAAIFR fuel reserve calculation for a200nm alternate. The linesdepicted do not include windsaloft or any other weather-related obstacles.

    MTOW(lb)

    Max Fuel(lb)

    Max Payload

    (lb)

    Avail Payload

    w/Max Fuel(lb)

    Max Fuel

    Range(nm) 4 Pax

    Max P/Lw/Avail fuelIFR Range

    (nm)

    ModelFuel

    Usage(GPH)

    Legacy 650

    Gulfstream GIV-SP

    20,600

    29,281

    53,572

    74,600

    362

    486

    4,938

    5,300

    1,909

    2,019

    3,919

    4,136

    3,076

    3,328

    Chart A - Cabin Cross-Sections

    Table B - Payload & Range

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    FLIGHT DEPARTMENT AIRCRAFT COMPARATIVE

    Source: UPCAST JETBOOK

    Source: Data courtesy of Conklin & de Decker, Orleans, MA, USA; JETNET; ACC Aircraft Cost Calculator;B&CA May 2015 Purchase Planning Handbook and Aug. 2015 Operations Planning Guide

    Gulfstream GIV-SP

    Table A - Embraer Legacy 650 Flight Activity

    Embraer Legacy 650

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  • Powerplant DetailsAs mentioned above, theLegacy 650 is powered by twoRolls-Royce AE3007A2 engineswith a thrust rating of 9,020 lbs.The Gulfstream GIV-SP businessjet is powered by two Rolls-Royce TAY 611-8 engines eachoffering 13,850 lbst.

    Cost Per MileUsing data published in the May2015 B&CA Planning andPurchasing Handbook and theAugust 2015 B&CA OperationsPlanning Guide we will compareour aircraft. The nationwideaverage Jet-A fuel cost usedfrom the August 2015 editionwas $5.25 per gallon at presstime, so for the sake of compari-son well chart the numbers aspublished.

    Note: Fuel price used fromthis source does not representan average price for the year.

    Chart C (right) details Costper Mile and compares theLegacy 650 to its competition,factoring direct costs and witheach aircraft flying a 1,000nmmission with a 1,600 pound(eight passengers) payload. TheGulfstream GIV-SP shows thehighest cost per nautical mile at$7.32 compared to $5.85 forthe Legacy 650. Thats a differ-ence of $1.47 or 25.1% per nau-tical mile in favor of the Legacy650.

    Total Variable CostThe Total Variable Cost illus-trated in Chart D (right) isdefined as the Cost of FuelExpense, Maintenance LaborExpense, Scheduled PartsExpense and Miscellaneous TripExpense. The Total VariableCost for the Legacy 650 com-putes at $2,701 per hour, whichis 15.8% less than theGulfstream GIV-SP at $3,206 perhour.

    Aircraft Comparison TableTable C (overleaf) contains thepre-owned prices from VrefPricing Guide for each aircraft.The average speed, cabin vol-ume and maximum payload val-ues are from Conklin & deDecker and Aircraft Cost

    Chart B - Range Comparison

    Chart C - Cost Per Mile

    $0Embraer Legacy 650

    Gulfstream GIV-SP

    US $ per nautical mile

    $5.85 $7.32Q

    Q $5.00

    QQ

    * 1,000nm Mission costs, 1,600lbs payload

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    Gulfstream GIV-SP 3783.000 NmEmbraer Legacy 650 3569.480 Nm

    Chart D - Variable Cost

    $0

    Embraer Legacy 650

    Gulfstream GIV-SP

    US $ per hour

    $2,701

    QQ

    $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $3,206

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  • Table E - Part 91 & 135 MACRS Schedule

    Calculator, while the number ofaircraft in-operation and per-centage For Sale are as report-ed by JETNET.

    The Legacy 650 has 14.8% ofits fleet currently For Sale andthe Gulfstream GIV-SP has12.2% for sale. The averagenumber of transactions (sold)per month for the GulfstreamGIV-SP is higher at 5 per monththan the Legacy 650 at 2 permonth, as shown in the lastcolumn of Table C.

    Depreciation ScheduleAircraft that are owned andoperated by businesses areoften depreciable for incometax purposes under theModified Accelerated CostRecovery System (MACRS).Under MACRS, taxpayers areallowed to accelerate the depre-ciation of assets by taking agreater percentage of thedeductions during the first fewyears of the applicable recoveryperiod (see Table D, left).

    In certain cases, aircraft maynot qualify under the MACRSsystem and must be depreciat-ed under the less favorableAlternative Depreciation System(ADS) where depreciation isbased on a straight-linemethod, meaning that equaldeductions are taken duringeach year of the applicablerecovery period. In most cases,recovery periods under ADS arelonger than recovery periodsavailable under MACRS.

    There are a variety of factorsthat taxpayers must consider indetermining if an aircraft maybe depreciated, and if so, thecorrect depreciation methodand recovery period that shouldbe utilized. For example, aircraftused in charter service (i.e. Part135) are normally depreciatedunder MACRS over a seven-yearrecovery period or under ADSusing a twelve-year recoveryperiod.

    Aircraft used for qualifiedbusiness purposes, such as Part91 business use flights, are gen-erally depreciated underMACRS over a period of fiveyears or by using ADS with asix-year recovery period. There

    Source: NBAA

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    FLIGHT DEPARTMENT AIRCRAFT COMPARATIVE

    Long RangeSpeed(kts)

    CabinVolume(cu ft.)

    In-Operation % For SaleNew &

    Pre-owned Sold*

    Model

    Legacy 650

    Gulfstream GIV-SP

    1,656

    1,658

    425

    445

    3,076

    3,328

    88

    303

    14.8%

    12.2%

    Long RangeSpeed(kts)

    CabinVolume(cu ft.)

    Used Vref

    Price $ US Mil

    In-Operation % For Sale

    Average Pre-owned

    SoldPer month*

    ModelMax P/L

    w/avail fuelIFR range

    (nm)

    2

    5

    $17.0 2010

    $8.7 2002

    Source: Vref

    Table D - Part 91 & 135 MACRS Schedule

    MACRS SCHEDULE FOR PART 91Year

    Deduction

    1

    20.00 %

    2

    32.00 %

    3

    19.20 %

    4

    11.52 %

    5

    11.52 %

    6

    5.76 %

    -

    -

    -

    -

    MACRS SCHEDULE FOR PART 135Year

    Deduction

    1

    14.29 %

    2

    24.49 %

    3

    17.49 %

    4

    12.49 %

    5

    8.93 %

    6

    8.92 %

    7

    8.93 %

    8

    4.46 %

    Table C - Aircraft Comparison

    Data courtesy of Conklin & de Decker, JETNET; Vref; Aircraft Cost Calculator. *Average Pre-owned Full Sale Transactions in the past 12 months; Source: JETNET

    2010 Embraer 650 - PRIVATE (PART 91)Full Retail Price - MillionYearRate (%)Depreciation ($M)Depreciation Value ($M)Cum. Depreciation ($M)

    $17.000

    1

    20.00 %

    $3.4

    $13.6

    $3.4

    2

    32.00 %

    5.4

    8.2

    8.8

    3

    19.2 %

    3.3

    4.9

    12.1

    4

    11.5 %

    2.0

    2.9

    14.1

    5

    11.5 %

    2.0

    1.0

    16.0

    6

    5.8 %

    1.0

    0

    17.0

    2010 Embraer 650 - CHARTER (PART 135)Full Retail Price - MillionYearRate (%)Depreciation ($M)Depreciation Value ($M)Cum. Depreciation ($M)

    $17.000

    1

    14.3 %

    $2.43

    $14.57

    $2.4

    2

    24.5 %

    4.16

    10.41

    6.6

    3

    17.5 %

    2.97

    7.43

    9.6

    4

    12.5 %

    2.12

    5.31

    11.7

    5

    8.9 %

    1.52

    3.79

    13.2

    6

    8.9 %

    1.52

    2.28

    14.7

    7

    8.9 %

    1.52

    0.76

    16.2

    8

    4.5 %

    0.76

    0.00

    17.0

    AirCompAnalysis May.qxp_ACAn 19/04/2016 15:17 Page 4

  • are certain uses of the aircraft,such as non-business flights,that may have an impact on theallowable depreciation deduc-tion available in a given year.

    Table E (bottom, left) depictsan example of using the MACRSschedule for a 2010 Legacy 650aircraft in private (Part 91) andcharter (Part 135) operationsover five and seven-year peri-ods, assuming a used retailvalue of $17 million, per VrefPricing guide.

    Asking Prices vs Age,Airframe Total Time andQuantityChart E (right), sourced from theMulti-Dimensional EconomicEvaluators Inc. (www.meevaluators.com), showsa Value and Demand chart for thepre-owned Legacy 650. The cur-rent pre-owned market for theLegacy 650 aircraft shows a totalof 13 aircraft For Sale with sixdisplaying an asking price, thuswe have plotted those.

    We also added the pre-ownedLegacy 600, GIV-SP and G450business jets with asking prices(ranging from $4-28m) into ourstudy group. The equation thatwe derived from these askingprices and other criteria usedshould enable sellers and buyersto compare, and perhaps adjusttheir offerings, if necessary.

    While each serial number isunique, the Airframe (AFTT) hoursand age/condition will causegreat variations in price. Demandand Value are on opposite sidesof the same Price axis. From thechart, we can tell that the marketfor used Legacy 650 & 600 jetsand GIV-SP/G450s responds to atleast four features: Years, Max OpMach, Quantity, and AskingPrices.

    Of course, the final negotiatedprice remains to be decidedbetween the seller and buyerbefore the sale is completed.

    Productivity ComparisonsThe points in Chart F are cen-tered on the same aircraft. Pricingused in the vertical axis is as pub-lished in the Vref Pricing Guide.The productivity index requires

    further discussion in that the fac-tors used can be somewhat arbi-trary. Productivity can be defined(and it is here) as the multiple ofthree factors:

    1. Range with full payload and available fuel;2. The long range cruise speed flown to achieve that range;3. The cabin volume available

    for passengers and amenities.

    Others may choose differentparameters, but serious businessaircraft buyers are usuallyimpressed with Price, Range,Speed and Cabin Size. After con-

    sideration of the Price, Range,Speed and Cabin Size, we canconclude that the Legacy 650displays a high level ofproductivity.

    Popular attributes of theLegacy 650 are the lower costper mile, lower variable hourlyoperating cost and lower fuelconsumption compared to theGulfstream GIV-SP. However, itsrange is shorter and maximumpayload with full fuel is lowerthan the Gulfstream GIV-SP.

    Operators should weigh theirmission requirements preciselywhen picking the option that isthe best for them.

    SummaryWithin the preceding paragraphswe have touched upon several ofthe attributes that business air-craft operators value. There areother qualities such as airport per-formance, terminal area perform-ance, and time to climb thatmight factor in a buying decision,however. The Embraer Legacy650 continues to be very populartoday. Those operators in themarket should find the precedingcomparison useful. Our expecta-tions are that the Embraer Legacy650 will continue to do well in thepre-owned markets for the fore-seeable future.

    Chart F - Productivity

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    Index

    Pric

    e (M

    illions

    )

    (Speed x Range x Cabin Volume / 1,000,000,000)

    2.0000

    $30.0

    $20.0

    $10.0

    $00.0 3.0000 4.0000

    2010 Legacy 650

    Premier 1A

    2006 Legacy 600

    2006 G4502002 GIV-SP

    Chart E - Value & Demand A Study of Pre-owned Embraer Legacy 650 compared to the Gulfstream GIV-SP Business Jet

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    Financing ConsiderationsAn operator should consider financingissues when seeking to purchase anaircraft. For example, if an operatorborrows $5m towards the purchase of aCitation XLS+ (valued at $8m) at aninterest rate of 3% over 120 months, they'llneed to factor an additional $579,364 offixed costs per year to cover the cost ofborrowed money as well as amortizationon the loan. Also, there are theopportunity costs of the $3m cash neededto purchase the XLS+.

    Meanwhile, an older Citation III withgood paint and interior may be bought for$800k in todays market. A prospectiveowner may find securing a loan on anaircraft this age more difficult, but shouldgive the matter serious thought if in aposition to make a cash purchase.

    As a matter of interest, according toJETNET data, at the end of 2015 justunder 75% of aircraft purchases (both fornew and used aircraft) were cashpurchases, versus just over 25% financed.

    Residual ValueIn 2007, I was selling Citation III's for $3.5-3.9m. Its hard to believe that the aircrafthas lost almost 80% of its value over thepast 10 years. The nature of todays marketmeans that an $8m asset such as aCitation XLS+ has much more room todepreciate.

    Both Citations in our analysis lose acertain percentage of their value annually.Using our analytical tools, Aircraft CostCalculator figures that the XLS+ stands tolose $361,950 during the first year ofownership while the Citation IIIdepreciates $22,000 per year, on average.Historically, newer airplanes depreciatefaster than 20+ year old aircraft.

    Table A represents Aircraft CostCalculators depreciation in aircraft valuefor each model over the course of the firstfive years of ownership.

    Variable Hourly CostClearly the Citation XLS+ costs less tooperate, as demonstrated in Table B. Letsassume an owner flies 350 hoursdomestically over the course of a yearWe calculate for this example that you'dhave incurred approximately $95,000 ofairframe maintenance on the XLS+ versus$262,000 on the Citation III.

    Engine and APU maintenance wouldalso be less on the XLS+ ($137,557 versus$203,889). Note that the fuel burn for theCitation III is 33 more gallons per hourthan the XLS (248gph vs. 215gph).

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    Boeing Business Jets has sold three newMax models to clients in Greater China.The company will also deliver one BBJ 2into China this year, followed by anotherBBJ 2 in 2017. Celebrating its 20thanniversary, since 1996, Boeing has sold238 BBJ airplanes globally.www.boeing.com

    Bombardier announced Singapore-basedZetta Jet has exercised options for twoGlobal 6000 ultra-long range businessaircraft. Zetta Jet currently operates a fleetconsisting exclusively of six aircraft from theGlobal family.www.businessaircraft.bombardier.com

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    SummarySo how do we put this all into perspectivefor a side-by-side comparison? WhileTable A shows a marked difference incosts relating to acquisition, financing andresidual market value, theres more to abuying decision than these factors alone.

    Coupled with the informationrepresented in Table B, we can see inTable C (previous page) that, based onother fixed and variable operating costs,the Citation XLS+ requires a lower annual,monthly and hourly budget (based onboth jets flying 350 hours annually) iffinancing is excluded from the equation.

    These do not offset the vastly greateracquisition cost of the Citation XLS+,however. The owner of a newer aircraftshould plan ahead and buy with a clearpicture of how long they plan to own theirjet. Chances are, even with depreciation in

    value, theyll recoup a good amount of theoriginal outlay thereby lessening thedifference over the course of ownership,whereas the Citation III will have a lowerresale value.

    Ultimately, a prospective buyer shouldweigh their mission requirements carefully.

    There are many more factors to workout with the help of your buying team, butit is hoped the above article will help giveyou an outline and highlight some areasfor research and consideration at thestarting point.

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    Darius Adamczyk was recently promoted to thenewly created position of president and COO atHoneywell, in a move that reportedly sets up thecompany for a succession plan as chairman andCEO Dave Cote turns 65 next year.

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    2009 Learjet 40XR Price : Please EnquireSerial Number: 40-2116Registration: N625FXAirframe TT: 4622 Landings: 3744

    7 PASSENGER EXECUTIVE CLUBINTERIOR SMART PARTS ENGINES ON MSP

    EnginesLEFT ENGINE: Honeywell TFE 731-20BR-1BSerial Number: P-132123C. Hours: 4622. Cycles: 3745.TSMPI: 1674 hrs. CZI Due: @6000hrsRIGHT ENGINE: Honeywell TFE 731-20BR-1BSerial Number: P-132124C. Hours: 4519. Cycles: 3672.TSMPI: 1571 hrs. CZI Due: @6000hrsEngines are covered under the Honeywell MSP Gold

    Program. APU: Air Conditioner in Lieu Of APUAvionicsHoneywell Primus 1000 System includes: Dual AZ-850 Air Data Computers Dual AHZ-800 AHRS Computers Dual IC-600 Auto Pilot Computers Dual Honeywell RNZ-851 Nav Units Dual Honeywell RCZ-833 Comm Units Dual Honeywell 800 Digital Acquisition Units Four Tube DU-870 EFIS/MFD with 7 X 8 Displays Engine Instrument/Crew Alerting System (EICAS) Honeywell Primus WU-660 Color Radar RT-300 Radio AltimeterAdditional Equipment R.V.S.M. Capable Honeywell Mark V EGPWS with Windshear Alert

    Honeywell Cockpit Voice Recorder Artex C406-2 MHz ELT w/Nav Interface Pulselights Fwd and Aft 10.4 Monitors (L.C.D.) Airshow 410 Cabin entertainment system (10 disc CD changer, DVD player)InteriorBombardier Completion Center, Wichita, Kansas January2009. Fireblocked, Seven (6) passenger seats and one(1) belted lavatory seat. The cabin features six (6)executive club chairs with four executive fold-out tables.Forward galley and the standard lavatory is located aft ofthe main cabin. External baggage compartmentExteriorBombardier Completion Center, Wichita, Kansas January2009. Top fuselage is Matterhorn white. Bottomfuselage is Royal blue. Accent stripes are red and blue

    Sojourn Aviation14605 North Airport Drive, Suite 312Scottsdale, AZ United States 85260

    Tel: +1 316-733-6500sales@sojournaviation.comwww.sojournaviation.com

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  • Global Jet MonacoFlorian Van Der Cruyssen, Aircraft Sales Director,L'Albatros, 9, bd Albert 1er, MC - 98000 Monaco

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    Serial Number: 20079Registration: OE-HOO

    Airframe TT: 5483Landings: 2478

    Compliant with EU-OPS 1 forcommercial operation

    Certified for 9 passengers

    The 96th month inspectionwas performed in April/May2014 at Jet Aviation inSt. Louis

    The engines are enrolled withJSSI platinum on-conditionprogram

    APU is enrolled on the JSSIprograms

    No Damage history

    Not in storage

    2006 Challenger 300The asking price is now USD $9M. Owner is very motivated to sell

    and will consider any reasonable offer

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    Tel: +377 97 77 01 04 E-mail: florian.vandercruyssen@

    globaljetmonaco.comwww.globaljetconcept.com

    May 2016 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 137Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AvBuyer.com

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  • Global Jet MonacoFlorian Van Der Cruyssen, Aircraft Sales Director,L'Albatros, 9, bd Albert 1er, MC - 98000 Monaco

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    Serial Number: 5395 Registration: OE-LPN

    Equipped with the ELITEINTERIOR OPTION

    The airframe is covered byPlane Parts

    The engines are enrolled onRolls Royce CorporateCare

    APU is enrolled onHoneywells Service Plan

    This G550 is compliant with thenew airspace regulations:

    TCAS 7.1 (ASC 103)

    ADSB OUT (ASC 105)

    Enhanced Navigationincluding CPDLC/FANS1A (ASC 084)

    Certified for 13 passengers forcommercial operations underEU-OPS1

    2013 G550The asking price is $41,750,000 USD

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    Tel: +377 97 77 01 04 E-mail: florian.vandercruyssen@

    globaljetmonaco.comwww.globaljetconcept.com

    May 2016 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 139Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AvBuyer.com

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  • Global Jet MonacoFlorian Van Der Cruyssen, Aircraft Sales Director,L'Albatros, 9, bd Albert 1er, MC - 98000 Monaco

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    Serial Number: 5866 Airframe TT: 1237Landings: 811

    Very well equipped, theairframe is on Smart PartsPlus Program, the engineson GE on Point Solutionsand the APU is enrolledon MSP.

    This CL605 must be the nextto be sold, the owner hasagreed to a MAJOR PRICEREDUCTION

    Bombardier Challenger 605Global Jet Monaco has the opportunity

    to sell this Challenger 605

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    Tel: +377 97 77 01 04 E-mail: florian.vandercruyssen@

    globaljetmonaco.comwww.globaljetconcept.com

    May 2016 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 141Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AvBuyer.com

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  • Global Jet MonacoFlorian Van Der Cruyssen, Aircraft Sales Director,L'Albatros, 9, bd Albert 1er, MC - 98000 Monaco

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    Serial Number: 9559 Airframe TT: 464Landings: 205

    Certified for 4 crew membersand 15 passengers for taxi,take-off and landing

    Total Time Air Frame:464 hours

    Cycles since new: 205

    Engines on Rolls RoyceCorporate Care

    APU on HoneywellMaintenance Service plan

    EU-OPS 1 compliant forcommercial operations

    Very nice customised interior

    2014 Bombardier Global 6000Asking Price: Make Offer

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    Tel: +377 97 77 01 04 E-mail: florian.vandercruyssen@

    globaljetmonaco.comwww.globaljetconcept.com

    May 2016 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 143Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AvBuyer.com

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  • Global Jet MonacoFlorian Van Der Cruyssen, Aircraft Sales Director,L'Albatros, 9, bd Albert 1er, MC - 98000 Monaco

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    The airframe is covered byFalcon Care

    The engines and APU areenrolled on ESP and MSPrespectively

    The following Easy II optionsare installed on this Falcon 7X:

    Enhanced avionics system

    Enhanced navigation withlocalizer performance withvertical guidance (LPV)

    Automatic dependentsurveillance - Broadcastout (ADS-B OUT)

    Synthetic vision system

    Controller Pilot Data LinkCommunication (CPDLC)ATN & FANS 1/A

    Certified for 14 passengersfor commercial operationsunder EU-OPS1

    Dassault Falcon 7X s/n 167The asking price is $32,5M

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    Tel: +377 97 77 01 04 E-mail: florian.vandercruyssen@

    globaljetmonaco.comwww.globaljetconcept.com

    May 2016 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 145Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AvBuyer.com

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    Serial Number: 72Registration: N2BDAirframe Total Time: 7500Landings: 3152

    Engines#1 Eng s/n P112327: 6999 hrs Cycles: 2915#2 Eng s/n P112334: 7259 hrs Cycles: 3027#3 Eng s/n P112331: 7257 hrs Cycles: 3035Engine TypeHoneywell TFE731-60 (On MSP)APUs/n P-378: AlliedSignal GTCP36-150F (On MSP)MaintenanceInspections Due: 1B/3B at 8982 hours;2A/3A/2A+ June 2016; Z July 2016;1C/3C/Detailed Inspection all Landing GearJuly 2018Service BulletinsSB 002 Rev. 1 Brake Heating System; SB329 Rev. 3 Dry Bay Mod.ExteriorWhite with light Grey lower fuselage, Orangeand Blue custom stripes (July 2012 Duncan)InteriorTan leather seats, Qtr F/B Sapele veneer,Beige and Olive patterned carpet, Polished24k Gold plating (Original)Seating12 passengers: 4 forward club seats, 4-placedining group with opposing credenza, 3-placeaft divan, aft lavatory, ERDA third crew seat

    AvionicsFlight Director dual Honeywell Primus 2000Autopilot/Auto Throttle Honeywell Primus 2000Flight Management System triple HoneywellFMZ-2000 w/ dual GPSCommunication (VHF) Transceivers dualCollins VHF-422CNavigation (VHF) Receivers dual Collins VIR-432Automatic Direction Finders dual Collins ADF-462Distance Measuring Equipment dual CollinsDME-442ATC, Transponder dual Collins TDR-94DColor Weather Radar Honeywell Primus 880w/ dual controllersTCAS II Collins TTE-920 (change 7)Radar Altimeter dual Honeywell AA-300High Frequency Communication dual CollinsHF-9000SATCOM (Aero H) Honeywell MCS-6000 withEMS antennaeAFIS AlliedSignal (VHF & SATAFIS)GoGo Biz ATG-5000 with Aircell Talk & TextInertial Reference System triple HoneywellLaseref IVEnhanced GPWS AlliedSignal Mk VCockpit Voice Recorder AlliedSignal CVR(30 minutes)Flight Data Recorder AlliedSignal FDRAdditional EquipmentFlight Deck SkyPrinter, dual Davtron clocks,triple Baker Flight Deck Audio, 115 cu. ft.oxygen bottle, two (2) 18 inch LCD monitors,

    one (1) 15 inch LCD monitor, one (1) 8.4 inchLCD side-ledge plug-in monitor, AirshowNetwork with Flight Deck Display, Coltech two(2) channel SELCAL, Devore Tel-Tailrecognition lights

    Asking Price: US $10,250,000

    2000 Falcon 900EX

    Mark Verdesco: Director, Pre-owned Aircraft SalesUSA Tel: + (1) (201) 541-4556E-mail: preowned@falconjet.comwww.dassaultfalcon.com/preowned

    www.falconjet.com/preowned

    146 AVBUYER MAGAZINE May 2016 Aircraft Index see Page 169www.AVBUYER.com

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  • Serial Number: 560-5026Registration: N697FFAirframe TT: 2519.1Landings: 2077

    ESP GOLD Dual UNS-1C FMS APU (On Program) Externally Serviceable Lav TCAS II Change 7 Complete Logs Enrolled in CESCOM

    EnginesLEFT ENGINEPratt & Whitney 545A. S/N: DB0054. THSN:2364.1 Hours. TCSN: 2321. ESP GOLDRIGHT ENGINEPratt & Whitney 545A. S/N: DB0053. THSN:2421.8 Hours. TCSN: 2271. ESP GOLD

    APUDescription Honeywell 100Serial Numbers P-266/3800722-1Total Hours Since New 1053.8 HoursProgram Coverage MSP

    AvionicsHoneywell Primus P-1000Dual Universal UNS-1CAllied Signal TCAS II w/ Change 7Allied Signal EGPWSDual Honeywell NAV NV-851

    Dual Honeywell DME DM-850Dual Honeywell ADF DF-850Dual Honeywell VHF TR-850AA-300Honeywell Primus 880 (Color)Dual Universal 12 ChannelDual Honeywell XS-852B w/ Mode SFairchild A200SHoneywell XS-852B Mode SDual Artex 110-4

    Additional features RVSM / RNP-10 TCAS II Change 7.1 Exterior Serviced Lav Thrust Reversers Monorail Sunvisor NICAD Battery Right Hand Gear Control 76 Cu Ft Oxygen System

    InteriorNumber of Passengers Nine (9)Refreshment Center Location Fwd RefreshmentCenterLavatory Location Aft LavOther Notable Features: Champagne LeatherSeating with Aft Side Facing Belted Lav Seatwith Flushing Potty, Forward Two Seat Divan,Right Hand Forward Storage Cabinet, Aft LeftHand Storage Cabinet and Toilet

    ExteriorBase Paint Color(s) WhiteStripe Color(s) Six Blue Accent Stripes

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    1999 Cessna Citation Excel

    May 2016 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 147Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AvBuyer.com

    Asking price $3,695,000

    Jet Sense Aviation, LLCContact: Brett Forrester550 N. Rand Road, Lake Zurich, Illinois 60047Tel: +1 (847) 550 4660Email: brett@jetsenseaviation.comwww.jetsenseaviation.com

    Gantt Aviation, Inc.Contact: Jay Gantt221 Stearman Drive, Georgetown TX 78628Tel Office: +1 512 863 5537Email: Jay@ganttaviation.comwww.ganttaviation.com

    Members of Jet Sense Aviation, LLCs TeamAvailable to Meet at EBACETo Schedule an in-person appointment at EBACE,please call or email them directly at:Brett Forrester +1-847-910-6846brett@jetsenseaviation.com - OR-Pat Mitchell +1-847-409-1675pat@jetsenseaviation.com

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  • Serial Number: 560-0250Registration: N205CMAirframe TT: 15118.2Landings: 14127

    JSSI 100% (Exhibit C Available) Complete Logs Maintenance Done at CessnaGreensboro (GSO)

    UNS-1LW FMS WAAS+LPV TCAS II Enrolled in CESCOM Medivac Interior Optional

    EnginesLEFT ENGINEType: Pratt & Whitney JT15D-5ASerial Numbers: PCE-108499Total Hours Since New: 14459.8 HoursRIGHT ENGINEType: Pratt & Whitney JT15D-5ASerial Numbers: PCE-108531Total Hours Since New: 14459.8 HoursProgram Coverage: JSSI 100%

    AvionicsHoneywell EFIS w/ Three LCD'sUniversal UNS-1LWGarmin GTN-400WHoneywell TCAS IIDual Collins VIR-32A NavsDual Collins DMEDual Collins ADF

    Dual Collins VHF-22APrimus 650 Weather RadarDual Mode S TransponderAllied Mark VII EGPWSGA-100 Cockpit Voice RecorderSperry SPZ-500 IFCS

    InteriorSeven (7) Passenger Interior - Grey LeatherSeating with Aft Side FacingBelted Lav Seat with Flushing Potty, Grey RubberFloor LinerFwd Refreshment Center

    ExteriorBase Paint Color(s): WhiteStripe Color(s): Light Blue & BlackLast Painted Date: March 2014

    ConnectivityAircell Iridium ST-3100 In Flight Phone

    Additional Equipment Artex C406-2 ELT Freon Air Conditioning Lead Acid Battery Cabin Display Lifeport Medical Stretcher w/ O2, Air andAC Power

    CVR EROS Oxygen Mask Pulselite System RVSM

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    1994 Cessna Citation V

    Jet Sense Aviation, LLCContact: Brett Forrester

    550 N. Rand Road, Lake Zurich, Illinois 60047

    Tel: +1 (847) 550 4660Email: brett@jetsenseaviation.comwww.jetsenseaviation.com

    Asking Price $949,000Members of Jet Sense Aviation, LLCs TeamAvailable to Meet at EBACETo Schedule an in-person appointment at EBACE,please call or email them directly at:Brett Forrester +1-847-910-6846brett@jetsenseaviation.com - OR-Pat Mitchell +1-847-409-1675pat@jetsenseaviation.com

    148 AVBUYER MAGAZINE May 2016 Aircraft Index see Page 169www.AVBUYER.com

    Jet Sense Aviation, LLC Citation V May.qxp_Empyrean 21/04/2016 14:13 Page 1

  • Serial Number: 2104Registration: N550DNAirframe TT: 4738Landings: 3858

    MSP Gold New Interior (4/2016) New UNS-1EW (WAAS+LPV) New ADS-B Out Installed Will Be Delivered with New Paint***Still Time for Buyer to Pick Paint*** Fresh Gear Inspection (3/2016) Fresh ABC Inspection (3/2016) Fresh Pre Buy and Borescopes

    Engines Left engineDescription Honeywell TFE 731-20BR-1BS/N: P-116913CTHSN: 4743 Hours TCSN: 3861Program Coverage MSP GOLDEngines Right engineDescription Honeywell TFE 731-20BR-1BS/N: P-116912CTHSN: 4749 Hours TCSN: 3868Program Coverage MSP GOLD

    Avionics Primus 1000 DU-870 EFIS/MFDUniversal UNS-1EW (WAAS+LPV)TCAS II

    Dual AZ-850Dual AHZ-800Dual Honeywell RNZ-851EICASDual Honeywell RCZ-833Honeywell Primus WU-660 w/ ColorRT-300Honeywell Mark V w/ Windshear AlertHoneywellArtex C406-2 w/ Nav InterfaceDual IC-600Dual Honeywell 800

    Features ADS-B Out Compliant UNS-1EW (WAAS+LPV) RVSM Capable Precise Pulselight System 115 VAC Outlets

    Interior NEW 2016: Six (6) Passenger Seats and One(1) Belted Lav, Features Six (6) Executive ClubChairs with Four Fold-Out Tables, Forward Galleyand Standard Aft Lav, External BaggageCompartment

    Exterior NEW 2016: Will Be Delivered with New Paint***New Paint Scheme Shown Above But BuyerStill Has Time to Choose***

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    2008 Bombardier Learjet 40XR

    May 2016 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 149Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AvBuyer.com

    Jet Sense Aviation, LLCContact: Brett Forrester

    550 N. Rand Road, Lake Zurich, Illinois 60047

    Tel: +1 (847) 550 4660Email: brett@jetsenseaviation.comwww.jetsenseaviation.com

    Members of Jet Sense Aviation, LLCs TeamAvailable to Meet at EBACETo Schedule an in-person appointment at EBACE,please call or email them directly at:Brett Forrester +1-847-910-6846brett@jetsenseaviation.com - OR-Pat Mitchell +1-847-409-1675pat@jetsenseaviation.com

    Asking price $2,595,000

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    Serial Number: 319Registration: N814TSAirframe TT: 4,982Landings: 3,468

    Truly Turn-Key ESP Gold ATG-5000 WiFi TCAS II w/ Change 7 Recent Pre-Buy at Flying Colours (12/2015) Custom Interior Completed in 2014 Always Bombardier Maintained

    EnginesLEFT ENGINE: Pratt & Whitney PW305ASerial Number: CA0497Hours: 4893. Cycles: 3401Hot Section due @: 7289Overhaul due @: 10800 hoursRIGHT ENGINE: Pratt & Whitney PW305ASerial Number: CA0496Hours: 4893. Cycles: 3401Hot Section due @: 7289Overhaul due @: 10800 hoursEngines are covered under the P & WC ESPGold Program. Engine contract number is 1490-01

    APUDescription: SundstrandT-20G-10C3ASerial Numbers: SP-E070459Total Hours Since New: 1324HoursTota lCycles Since New: 2854Overhaul Date: May 2015

    AvionicsCollins Proline 21 AFD-3010Dual Collins FMS 5000TCAS-94D TCAS II w/ Change 7Dual Collins ADC-850DDual Collins AHC-85EDual Collins VIR-432Dual Collins DME-442Dual Collins ADF-462Dual Collins VHF-422CHoneywell KHF-950 w/ SELCALCollins ALT-55B.Collins WXR-840 (Color)Collins TDR-94DHoneywell Mark V w/ Windshear AlertUniversal CVR-120Artex C406-2 w/ Nav InterfaceAPS-4000InteriorNEW 2014: Fireblocked, Ivory Leather with AftSide Facing Belted Lav Seat with Flushing Potty,Four-Place Executive Club Chairs w/ TwoExecutive Foldout Tables. Forward Three SeatDivan. EXPENSIVE UPGRADE: ForwardGalley Has Been Shortened Along with theRemoval of the Arm Rests to Provide 11 ExtraInches of Leg RoomExteriorBombardier Completion Center, Wichita, Kansas,September 2007. Top fuselage is Matterhornwhite. Bottom fuselage is Royal blue. Accentstripes are red and blue

    Additional Equipment R.V.S.M. Capable Honeywell Mark V EGPWS with Windshear Alert Universal CVR-120 Cockpit Voice Recorder TCAS-94D TCAS II with change 7 TIA microwave oven Artex C406-2 MHz ELT w/Nav Interface Pulselights Dual Concorde lead acid batteries Fwd and Aft Monitors (L.C.D.) Airshow 410

    2007 Lear 60XR

    150 AVBUYER MAGAZINE May 2016 Aircraft Index see Page 169www.AVBUYER.com

    Jet Sense Aviation, LLCContact: Brett Forrester

    550 N. Rand Road, Lake Zurich, Illinois 60047

    Tel: +1 (847) 550 4660Email: brett@jetsenseaviation.comwww.jetsenseaviation.com

    Asking price $3,595,000Members of Jet Sense Aviation, LLCs TeamAvailable to Meet at EBACETo Schedule an in-person appointment at EBACE,please call or email them directly at:Brett Forrester +1-847-910-6846brett@jetsenseaviation.com - OR-Pat Mitchell +1-847-409-1675pat@jetsenseaviation.com

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    Serial Number: 5566Registration: N604PAAirframe TT: 4450Landings: 3475

    Maintenance Tracking: CAMP 12 Month Inspection March 4, 2016,February 11, 2017 24 Month Inspection March 4, 2016,February 10, 2018 36 Month Inspection March 4, 2016,March 2, 2019 48 Month Inspection March 4, 2016,March 21, 2020 96 Month Inspection March 16, 2012,March 21, 2020 US Domestic GoGo Biz Wireless Internet Iridium Aircell HSD Sat-Phone Aft & Fwd Handsets CD Changer & DVD Player Cabin Controls Aft, Mid & Fwd Cabin Speakers Fwd & Aft Monitors Fwd. Pop-out Tables Aft. Pop-up Dinning Table

    AvionicsFlight Management Computer, Dual RadioAltimeter, Dual VHF NAV Radio, DualATC Transponder, Dual DME Transceiver, DualHF Radio, Dual IRS/IRU, Weather RadarAntenna, Selcal, Marker Beacon Antenna,EGPWS , CVR-120, TCAS II, ELT

    3-Crew & 12 Passengers InteriorFwd Galley with Hi-Temp Oven, Microwave,Coffee maker, Cooler, storage & sink. (4) fwdcaptain chairs with side pop-out tables. Aft. (4)place conference chairs with pop-up diningtable. Aft. side divan across conference chairswith (3) place seating withseat-belts. Aft. lavwith gold plated faucet & sink. Cockpit withsheepskin covers for pilot & co-pilot. Pop-outthird crew seat with seatbelt

    Ownership HistoryOne owner since new, Maintained FAR Part 91,All records since newFresh 48 Month Inspection completed March

    2004 Challenger 604

    Tel: 1-844-Status-JetEmail: sales@statusjet.comwww. statusjet.com

    StatusJetJesse Mata,

    Dallas, Texas | Las Vegas, NevadaHouston, Texas

    May 2016 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 151Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AVBUYER.com

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    Serial Number: 10Registration: N556JPAirframe TT: 4,947Landings: 3,538

    AirframeOn CAMP 4,947 Hours Since New3,538 Landings

    EnginesMSP GoldEngines: Honeywell TFE731-20AR-1BEngines with 3,500 lbs of thrust eachEnrolled on Honeywells MSP GoldEngine 1 s/n P-111130-C 4,947 SNEW. 3,538 CSN. 2,527SMPIEngine 2 s/n P-111131-C 4,832 SNEW. 3,445 CSN. 742 SMPI

    APUAPU: Honeywell RE100 s/n P-180TTSN 1,423Enrolled On Honeywells MSP Gold

    AvionicsAvionics: Enrolled On Honeywells HAAP 4 Tube HONEYWELL PRIMUS 1000 EFISUniversal UNS-1C FMSGarmin 165 2nd IFR GPSDual Honeywell RCZ-851 Comm UnitsDual Honeywell RNZ-851 Nav UnitsHoneywell PRIMUS 660 RADAR

    Honeywell PRIMUS 1000 Autopilot Honeywell TCAS II w/Change 7.0Honeywell CD-850 CLRNC DEL UNITArtex C-406-2 ELTUniversal Class A TAWSHoneywell CVR-30 CVRL3 Communications FA2100 SSFDRHoneywell RT-300 Radar Altimeter

    InteriorThe eight passenger interior is arranged in acenter club with an additional 9th belted lavatoryseat. Seats are finished in gray leather with newcarpet, and Ultra Leather headliner. Amenitiesinclude a forward right-hand galley with drystorage and hot coffee dispenser, ice drawer withoverboard drain. 110v Outlets in the cabin, galleyand aft lav. There is a private aft flushing lavatorywith vanity with hot and cold running water, hardpartitions and additional baggage storage withthe optional flip down baggage shelf. Interiorrefurbished 7/2015

    ExteriorAll new paint September 2015. Overall white withflight red, black and metallic charcoal stripes

    Fresh Bombardier Inspections

    1998 Bombardier Learjet 45

    Please contact:Don and Sam Starling

    Tel: +1 (254) 848 9192Mob: +1 (254) 716 2981E-mail: sales@jetprotexas.comwww.jetprotexas.com

    152 AVBUYER MAGAZINE May 2016 Aircraft Index see Page 169www.AVBUYER.com

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  • Serial Number: 258369Registration: N621WHAirframe TT: 6312.9 Landings: 5418

    EnginesHoneywell TFE731-5BR-1H Engine Program: MSP GoldLeft Engine s/n P107350 Current Time: 6200 hrs,5310 cycles- MPI c/w 6200 hours (01/16) next due 8300 hours- CZI c/w 4191 hours (07/08) next due 8391 hoursRight Engine s/n P107311 Current Time: 6116 hours,5267 cycles- MPI c/w 4226 hours (11/08) next due 6232 hours- CZI c/w 4226 hours (11/08) next due 8400 hoursAPUHoneywell GTCP36-150 (W) APU Program : MSP4290 Hours 5400 Cycles

    AvionicsAvionics Program Collins CASPADF Collins ADF-462Air Data Computer Dual Collins ADC-850DAvionics Package Collins EFIS-86E 5-tube / Pro Line 4Comm Radios Dual Collins VHF-422C w/ 8.33 spacingCVR Universal CVR-30BDME Dual Collins DME-442FMS Dual Universal UNS-1D w GPSFlightphone Magnastar C-2000 w Dual Handset (service off)GPS Dual Collins GPS-4000Hi-Frequency Collins HF-9000 w SELCALNav Radios Dual Collins VIR-432 w FM ImmunityRadar Altimeter Collins ALT-55BAdditional Features- Airshow 400- Wired for Wi-Fi- Long Range Oxygen

    - Dee Howard Thrust Reversers- Precise Pulselights- CAMP Maint. Tracking- DeVore Tel-Tail LightingInteriorInterior 2006, 8 pax (5 beige leather seats with a 3 placenavy fabric divan) plus belted lav. Forward galley withCorian work surface, ice drawer, lighted crystal display,microwave, hot coffee, and china storage.Mar 2015 updates include re-dyed seats, new carpet /padding, new headliner, lower sidewalls recovered;new Flightfloor in galley, cockpit, and on steps; LEDlighting on lower sidewalls and headliner, new soundinsulation, new DVD/CD player with Bluetooth control,new stereo speakersExteriorPaint 2002, touched up in 2015. New LH & RHWindshield 03/15

    1998 Hawker 800XP Delray Dobbins, Cell: +1 (214) 551-5151Tel: +1 (214) 351-9595E-mail: ddobbins@mentegroup.com

    SHOWCASE

    May 2016 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 153Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AvBuyer.com

    Mente Group, LLC15301 North Dallas Parkway,Suite 1010 Addison, TX 75001

    Tel: +1 214 351 9595www.mentegroup.com

    2012 Falcon 7XSerial Number: 162Registration: N17XXAirframe TT: 862.9 Landings: 324

    EnginesPratt & Whitney PW307AEngine Program: ESP PlatinumEngine #1Current Time: 862.9 hours, 324 cyclesEngine #2Current Time: 862.9 hours, 324 cyclesEngine #3Current Time: 862.9 hours, 324 cyclesAPUHoneywell 36-150 (FN)APU Program : MSP Gold

    471.5 Hours694 CyclesAvionicsADF Dual HoneywellAvionics Package Honeywell Primus Epic AFCSDME Dual HoneywellFMS Triple Honeywell FMSGPS Dual Honeywell GPS WAAS/LPVFlight Director Dual Honeywell Primus Epic AFCSNavigation Radios Dual HoneywellTAWS Honeywell EGPWS w/windshearTCAS ACSS TCAS-II w/change 7.1Transponder Dual Honeywell Mode SWeather Radar Honeywell colorAutopilot Dual Honeywell Primus Epic AFCSCommunication Radios Triple HoneywellEFIS Honeywell 4-tube 14-inch LCD

    IRS Triple Honeywell LASEREFStormscope HoneywellAdditional FeaturesAircraft is enrolled on ESP Platinum, MSP Gold andFalconcareAircraft is Easy II+ with the following options:Baseline upgradesWAAS LPVCPDLC FANS 1A / ATN B1ADS-B OutInteriorSeating: 4-place club, mid-cabin 4-place dining group,dual aft 3-place facing divansRefreshment Equipment: Forward LS galleyBusiness Equipment: High speed broadband connectivityPassengers: 14Configuration: Executive

    Delray Dobbins, Cell: +1 (214) 551-5151Tel: +1 (214) 351-9595E-mail: ddobbins@mentegroup.com

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    Serial Number: 5892Airframe TT: 1365Landings: 568

    Off-market, ready for buyer Aircraft model: CL-600-2B16 One owner since delivery Hangered Only owners flights, no charters

    APU1141 hours

    AvionicsVHF - 4000 Rockwell Collins (2)NAV-4000 Rockwell Collins (2)AFCS (2)TDR-94D Rockwell Collins (2)DME-4000 Rockwell Collins (2)FMC-6000 Rockwell Collins (2)GPS-4000S Rockwell Collins (2)AFD-5220 Rockwell Collins (2)RTA NAV-4000 Rockwell Collins (2)ALT-4000 Rockwell Collins (2)Laser RefV Honeywell (2)HF-9031A Rockwell Collins (2)Cockpit Voice Recorder (1)Flight Data Recorder (1)ELT C406-N ARTEX (1)TCAS II Chg7.1 TTR-4000 Rockwell Collins (2)ST4200 Aircell (1)AFD-5220E Rockwell Collins (2)MK V EGPWS Honeywell (1)CSD-714 Avtech (1)

    Interior Eleven (11) passengers executive interior.Forward cabin is featured by four (4) place clubwith pull-out tables, as well as a forward galley. Aft cabin area offers four (4) place left sideconference group opposite right side three (3)place divan. Aft passenger lavatory. Fully equipped forward galley offers numerousamenities including cooled storage, high-tempoven as well as Nespresso machine and coffeemaker. Cabin Entertainment System features anAirshow ASXi Interactive with Network Package &Lonely Planet World Guide. Two enlarge monitorsare installed in forward and aft partitions. All seats are made of beige leather. Cabin interior was completed with EnhancedSoundproofing and features high gloss mediumbright wood cabinetry complimented by polishedgold plating and dark carpeting all over the cabin.

    2012 Challenger 605

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    Tel: +43 (664) 430-12-27Email: sales@sorens.aerowww.sorens.aero

    Sorens Group Ltd1 1\2 Miles Northern Highway,

    Belize City, Belize

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  • SHOWCASE

    Serial Number: RB-280Registration: N722NBAirframe TT: 720

    Dual Collins FMS-3000 Single Point Refueling/Defueling System RVSM Certified Engines on Williams TAP Advantage BlueEngine Program Avionics on Collins Avionics ServiceProgram CASP Collins ECH-5000 Electronic Charts XM Real Time Weather No Damage History

    The Premier 1A is known to be one of the biggestprivate jets of its size, capable of comfortablycarrying six (6) passengers in its luxurious cabin.The 315 cubic-foot cabin is outfitted with foldouttables on both sides, LED lighting and fullyreclineable, extra wide, contoured seats. ThisAircraft can take off in 3,792 ft. and climb to37,000 ft. in seventeen minutes when fully loaded(12,500 lbs.). Furthermore, its cruise speed canreach 451 KTAS

    EngineWILLIAMS/RR FJ44-2A (ON TAP ADVANTAGEBLUE) 695 SNEW

    Avionics Collins Pro Line 21 Integrated Avionics System Dual Collins VHF-4000 Digital VHFCommunication Collins NAV-4000 Digital Navigation Receiver

    Collins NAV-4500 Digital Navigation Receiver Collins Integrated Three Tube AFD-3010EElectronic Flight Instrumentation System Collins FGC-3000 Automatic Flight GuidanceSystem Dual Collins ADC-3000 Air Data Computers Dual Collins AHC-3000 Altitude HeadingReference System (AHRS) Dual Collins FMS-3000 Flight ManagementSystem with Database Collins TCAS 4000 Traffic Alert and CollisionAvoidance System (TCAS II) Honeywell Mark V Enhanced Ground ProximityWarning System Collins DME-4000 Digital Distance MeasuringEquipment (DME) Collins ALT-4000 Radio Altimeter Collins GPS-4000A Global Positioning System(GPS) Collins WXR-800 Weather Radar L3 Communications FA2100 Cockpit VoiceRecorder with 2 Hour Recording

    InteriorExcellent Condition! Six (6) passenger executiveinterior (not including the two (2) pilot seats.)

    ExteriorExcellent Condition! This Premier 1A is completedin Overall Matterhorn White with the bottom halfin Blue with Nevada Tan and Blue Accent Striping. The 4th Window Painted: Post DeliveryModification

    2010 Premier 1A

    J.P. HanleyCorporate AirSearch Int'l Inc.Palm Beach, South Florida

    Palm Beach Tel: (561) 433-3510Fax: (561) 433-3842Cellular: (561) 289-3355Email: jp@caijets.comWebsite: www.caijets.com

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  • SHOWCASE

    Serial Number: 046 VQ-BAA

    Fresh full refurbishment and fresh 1cfor sale by owner

    Engines2009 Falcon 7X with Crew Rest11 PAX +4s/n 046VQ-BAAEU-OPS1TTSN 3740TCSN 932No DamageOne owner since newESP/MSP GOLDUNDER FALCON CAREEASY II+HUD EVS2 EFBSDR Router +wifi1C check ongoing in Basel with Jet AviationFully refurbish March 2016

    Perfect time for a visit and/or PBI

    Full spec on www.avitrade.eu

    Price make Offer

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    FALCON 7X

    Tel: +32 10 617 153Fax: +32 10 617 957Cell: +32 475 621 539Email: info@avitradebelgium.comwww.avitrade.eu

    Aviatrade Belgium7, rue de Pallandt

    B-1341 Ceroux MoustyBelgium

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  • SHOWCASE

    Serial Number: 14501181Airframe TT: 795Landings: 395

    Embraer Executive Care Enhanced All major maintenance done by EmbraerService Centers Fresh 24 month inspection 10/15 High Speed Sat data and independentGoGo Biz 13 passenger interior with forward and aftlavatory Galley includes microwave, convectionoven, refrigerator, coffee maker

    EnginesEngines on Rolls Royce Corporate Care

    APUAPU covered by EEC

    AvionicsHoneywell Primus Elite 6.1 with latest updatesLPV/WAAS, RNPFANS 1/A CPDLC, Datalink, ADS-B out2 EFBs with Electronic Charts

    Interior13 passenger interior with forward and aftlavatoryGalley includes microwave, convection oven,refrigerator, coffee maker

    InspectionAll major maintenance done by Embraer ServiceCentersFresh 24 month inspection 10/15

    Additional FeaturesHoneywell Ovation Cabin entertainment system2 HD Monitors, 2 Blue Ray DVDsSat phone Irridium and ImarsatHigh Speed Sat data and independent GoGo Biz

    Hawkeye Aircraft Acquisitions LLCMike McCracken, President

    P.O. Box 345Safety Harbor, Florida 34695, USA

    Tel: +1 727.796.0903Email: info@hawkeye-aircraft.com

    2013 Legacy 650

    May 2016 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 157Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AvBuyer.com

    Best equipped on market - Competitively priced

    "See the Difference" Acquisitions/Certified Appraisals/Aircraft Valuation

    This plane not what you are looking for - Call us to help you find the right aircraft.

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  • SHOWCASE

    Serial Number: 31392Registration: M-FLSNAirframe TT: 272

    Exclusively offered by SkyQuestInternational, VIP 7 PassengerConfiguration, FIPS de-icing system,Engines under ESP, CAMP. We alsohave a 2008 AW139 VIP available

    EngineEngine Type and Model: Pratt & WhitneyPT6T-67C w/ FADECOperator Approved Engine TBO: 3,500Hours (Engines on ESP)

    No. 1 Engine No. 2 EngineSerial Number: KB912 KB991Hours Since New: 272 Hours 272 HoursCycles Since New: 587 Cycles 587 Cycles

    Avionics/RadiosFour 8 x 10 LCD Displays Two Primary Flight Displays Two Multi-Function DisplaysDual AHRS / Dual Air Data ModulesDual Display ControllersDual Cursor Control DevicesDual RT300 Radar AltimetersFour Axis DAFCS BasicGPS Module w/ Flight Plan Mgt. Sys.KTA-970 TCAS IHoneywell Primus 660 WX RadarEuronav V w/ Dedicated Display

    Interior Seven Passenger VIP Cabin Three AftFacing Leather Armchairs Four Fwd. FacingPassenger Chairs Bose ANR Headsets forEach Seat High Thickness Carpet SlidingGlass Separation Wall Enhanced CabinSound Proofing 10 Cabin Monitor w/CD,DVD and MP3 I-Pad Docking Station

    Other InformationCustom VVIP Interior FIPS Anti Icing System Auxiliary Fuel Tanks System IncreasedMTOW Wire Strike Prevention Kit ElectricPassenger Steps Thermo Acoustic DoubleLayer Passenger Windows Air Conditioning

    Location: St. Petersburg

    2012 Agusta AW139

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    Tel: +1-336-722-1616Fax: +1-336-722-1655Cell: +1-336-404-4768Email: admin@skyquestinternational.comwww.skyquestinternational.com

    SkyQuest International, LLC2715 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem NC

    27106 United States

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  • Serial Number: 304

    Registration: N909JM

    Airframe TT: 5578.4

    Landings: 4083

    One US Owner Since New

    Unmatched Pedigree, No Expense Spared

    Engines/APU On MSP Gold

    WAAS/LPV

    ADS-B Out

    AirCell Axxess II SatCom

    GoGo Biz High-Speed Data

    Dry Bay Mod

    Always Operated FAR 135

    New Paint 2010

    SHOWCASE

    Cass Anderson or Jeff HabibManaging Partners+1 212 888 7979info@iagjets.comwww.iagjets.com

    2000 Falcon 50EX

    ManhattanSeattle

    Silicon Valley

    May 2015 AVBUYER MAGAZINE 159Advertising Enquiries see Page 4 www.AVBUYER.com

    Price: $4,795,000 USD

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    Serial Number: 301Registration: G-FLLYAirframe Total Time: 122Landings: 67

    Affinity are proud to exclusively present onbehalf of the owner, this beautifullydetailed and appointed 2015 Falcon2000LXS. Currently in service and availableimmediately with low hours, it features anelegantly refined colour scheme in thepreferred layout

    EnginesPratt & Whitney Canada PW308C #1 (SN PCE-CF0707) engine hours sincenew: 105 hours / 64 cycles #2 (SN PCE-CF0704) engine hours sincenew: 105 hours / 64 cyclesAPU Honeywell GTCP36-150 Hours since new: 45Avionics / radiosEquipped with an integrated, HoneywellPrimus Epic EASy II avionics suite including: SVS Honeywell EAsyII EVS Rockwell Collins - EFVS-4860 Satcom Inmarsat AERO H+/SwiftBroadband. Honeywell MCS-7120 Falconperf + Dual Electronic JeppesenCharts Honeywell EAsyII SBAS/LPV FANS-1/A+ Datalink(CPDLC & ADS-C)

    Head-Up Guidance System (CAT I)Rockwell Collins HGS - 4860 VHF Communication Dual HoneywellTR-866B High Frequency Communications DualRockwell Collins HF - 9000 SELCAL Honeywell VOR / ILS / MARKER Dual HoneywellNV-875B Weather Radar Honeywell Primus 880 Flight Deck Video Interface Honeywell EASy Emergency Locator w/ Navigation SystemInterface ELTA Flight Deck Printer Miltope TP - 4840 VOR / ILS / MARKER Dual Honeywell NV-875B Automatic Direction Finder Dual HoneywellDF - 855 GPS (SBAS capable) Dual Honeywell ATN-B1 Datalink (Protected Mode CPDLC)(Standard) Honeywell EASy II Radio Altimeter Honeywell RT-300 Air Traffic Control Dual HoneywellXS - 857A (TCAS II) ACCS TCAS 3000 FalconBroadcast Cockpit Voice Recorder (2 Hour)Honeywell SSCVR Flight Data Recorder Honeywell SSFDRAircraft Highlights Available Immediately EASA/FAA compliant with Fans1/CPDLC

    HUD/SVS/EVF Honeywell Swift Broadband Beautifully Appointed Interior Very Low HoursCabin10 pax, forward galley,double club, dining group and clubLocationGeneva

    Price: $28.99m

    2015 Dassault Falcon 2000LXS

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    Affinity Aviation Group Ltd2nd Floor, Berkeley Square House

    Berkeley Square, LondonW1J 6BD, United Kingdom

    Tel: +44 (0)20 7887 6150sales@affinity-aviation.comwww.affinity-aviation.com

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  • Serial Number: 29135Airframe TT: 9926 Landings: 3196

    WENTWORTH AERO IS PLEASED TOEXCLUSIVELY OFFER THIS BEAUTIFULLYSTYLED BBJ WITH A FRESH C INSPECTIONAT A NEW REDUCED PRICE!

    S/n 29135 has an exquisite 23-passenger high level VIPinterior featuring a crew rest area with lavatory; full servicegalley; main lounge with a 37 LCD screen and concealedprojector and VIP dining area, mid VIP lavatory, masterbedroom with queen-size bed and work table, and amaster VIP lavatory with bidet and full shower. LEDlighting throughout. The exterior was completely strippedand repainted in 2013.

    This BBJ is enrolled on the GE OnPoint engine program,making it a unique and valuable aircraft. It is maintainedin accordance with the FAA approved Low UtilizationMaintenance Program and on CAMP maintenancetracking.

    AirframeNo Damage History

    EnginesCFM56-7B27/B3 EnginesLE/RE Total Time: 9821 / 9821Enrolled on GE OnPoint Program

    APUHoneywell GTCP

    EquipmentAviation Partners WingletsTailwind Live TVHeads Up Guidance SystemAerocon 3000 SATCOMHoneywell ADIRU3 PATS Aux Fuel TanksForward Airstair SystemEVASAirshow 4000

    1999 Boeing Business Jet

    SHOWCASE

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    Wentworth Aero, LLCPotomac, MD 20859-0478, USA

    Tel: +1.301.869.4600Fax: +1.301.869.2700Email: sales@wentworth.aerowww.wentworth.aero

    1999 Boeing Business JetSerial Number: 30031Registration: VP-CPAAirframe TT: 8891 Landings: 2944

    WENTWORTH AERO IS PLEASED TOANNOUNCE THIS VVIP BBJ NEW TO THEMARKETPLACE!

    S/n 30031 has a VVIP interior for 26 passengersfeaturing a crew rest area and galley; master bedroomsuite and lavatory with toilet, bidet and full shower; mainlounge; aft lounge; and aft main galley.

    EnginesCFM56-7B27/B3

    Engine 1 Engine 2Total Time: 8891 8836

    APUGTCP 131-9B

    Total Time: 9723

    MaintenanceCAMP Maintenance TrackingLow Utilization Maintenance Program

    EquipmentAviation Partners WingletsTailwind Live TVHeads Up Guidance SystemAerocon 3000 SATCOMHoneywell ADIRU3 PATS Aux Fuel TanksForward Airstair SystemEVASAirshow 4000

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  • Serial Number: 2054Registration: N186RWAirframe TT: 55Landings: 15

    CAAP is pleased to offer this brand-newGulfstream G280 to the market. This airplanehas production test and delivery time only andis available for immediate sale.

    G280 S/N 2054 is loaded with over $2 millionof the most desirable factory options. Thisairplane also includes new aircraft trainingentitlements (two pilots and two techniciansat FlightSafety).Engines and APU enrolled in MSP

    AvionicsAircraft equipped with G280Intercontinental PackageEVS & HUDLaseref VI IRSThird FMS, Triple VHF NAVDual ADF & Dual HFDual Flight Data Recorders & CVRADS-B Out capability, CPDLC, RVSMMicro QAR for FOQA capabilityXM Weather & Dual Electronic ChartsInterior10-passenger Gulfstream Hallmark interiorconfigurationForward 4-place club groupAft LH 4-place conference/dining groupAft RH 2-place divanForward galleySwift Broadband high-speed dataAircell Gogo Biz high-speed internet

    Corporate Aviation Analysis &Planning Inc

    97 Village Lane, Suite 100,Colleyville, TX 76034, USA

    Tel: +1 817 428 9200Fax: +1 817 428 9201Email: gherbst@caap.comwww.caap.com

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    New Gulfstream G280

    Asking price $20.995 MillionSHOWCASE

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  • www.aircraftsales.com

    Skyservices Jet SalesPrice: Please Call

    Year: 1998

    S/N: 50-264

    Reg: C-GWFK

    TTAF: 5753.7

    Location: Canada

    Aircraft recently completed C-Check (Standard Aero) andDry Bay Mod (SB-496) plus new Paint 2016. Also c/w TCAS7.1 upgrade and FANS 1/A CPDLC UniLink w/ Printer. Well-maintained, beautiful 1998 Falcon 50EX. 5753.7 total flighttime on aircraft. Always professionally flown. This aircraft isequipped with Collins avionics, VIP seating, executivetables, full galley, entertainment center and much more

    CONTACT: Geoff Carlyle

    Dassault Falcon 50EX Tel: +1 (403) 592-3715 Email: jetsales@skyservice.com

    Skyservice Jet SalesPrice: Please call

    Year: 2004

    S/N: 45-239

    Reg: C-GJCY

    TTAF: 3400

    Location: Canada

    Well-maintained 2004 Learjet 45XR. 3400 total flight time onaircraft. Always professionally flown. This aircraft isequipped with Honeywell Primus avionics, Airshow, CAMPmaintenance tracking, and much more. Engines: HoneywellTFE-731-20BR-1B. Additional Features: CAMP EnrolledMaintenance Tracking. Reduced Vertical Separation Minima(RVSM) Certified. ARTEX C406-2 Emergency LocatorTransmitter (ELT). Iridium ICS-100 SATCOM System.Airshow 400 Network. Cycles 2132

    Bombardier Learjet 45XR Tel: +1 (877) 759 7598 E-mail: jetsales@skyservice.com

    Capital Jet GroupPrice: $10,750,000USD

    Year: 2008

    S/N: 20202

    Reg: N360PA

    TTAF: 3222

    Location: USA

    2 U.S. corporate owners since new, MSP engines & APU,2011 Bombardier paint. Over $1 Million in upgrades.ATG-5000 WI-FI, 2nd fileserver & FSU Maps, WAASGPS/LPV FMS, LINKS 2000+, ADS-B out, EmergencyHydraulic Generator, Universal Weather, TCAS II Change7.1, IMS 3500 Aircraft Information Manager, CVR/FDR,Dual HF w/Selcal, Dual AFIS, Iridium Satphone.9 pax fireblocked double club interior.Fresh 96 month inspection

    Challenger 300 Tel: +1 (703) 917 9000 E-mail: sales@capitaljetgroup.com

    Capital Jet GroupPrice: Make offer

    Year: 1975

    S/N: 11262

    Reg: N690DS

    TTAF: 7644

    Location: USA

    No damage history. Complete logs. All ADs & SBscomplied with.Saunders spar installed 1993, SB208 N/A.Engines-1979 hours, 1936 cycles since Dash 10 overhaul.IHAS 800- KMD 850 MFD, IFR GPS, TAWS, TCAS &Stormscope. Aero Air Soundproofing & Heavy Windows.(1) KAA445 Audio Panels with Altitude Alert SystemBlue and grey Renaissance interior. Exterior with all overWhite w/Blue trim. 2002

    Rockwell Commander 690A Tel: +1 (703) 917 9000 E-mail: sales@capitaljetgroup.com

    Eltanin LimitedPrice: Please call

    Year: 1998

    S/N: 550-0846

    Reg: N517AF

    TTAF: 2594.3

    Location: Greece

    Total Landings: 1822. RVSM Compliant. Engines: P&W 530a.Total Time Since New: Left 2594.3 Hours / Right 2594.3Hours. Passengers: 7 Seats. Exterior: Overall Snow White with aTop Ocean Blue Stripe, a Tibetan Gold Middle Stripe and anOcean Blue Bottom Stripe. Interior: Fireblocked SevenPassenger Cream Whiskey Leather with an Additional Belted AftFlushing Potty, Lh Forward Refreshment Center. Avionics:Primus 1000 Autopilot/Efis Flight Control System w/ HoneywellPrimus 1000 Phase III Software Update, Primus 660 ColorRadar, Dual King KY-196B Comms (8.33 Spacing Radios)

    Cessna Citation Bravo Tel: +30 210 8952566 E-mail: info.eltanin.limited@gmail.com

    Marketplace

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  • ComluxPrice: Please call

    Year: 2001

    S/N: 32954

    Reg: P4-CLA

    TTAF: 3689

    Location: Switzerland

    Range of the aircraft is 6400 nm 14 hours non-stopComplete maintenance records. Airframe: Total Time: 3689hrs. Total Landings: 947 ldgs. Engines: Engine Model: CF6-80C2B6F (General Electric). Engine 1 S/N: 706393TSN/CSN: 3689 hrs. / 947 cycles. Engine 2 S/N: 706394TSN/CSN: 3689 hrs. / 947 cycles. APU: APU Status:APU Model: GTCP331-200ER (PN: 3800298-1). APU S/N: P-2854 (TSN: 5071 hrs., 2806 cycles). Inspection:Maintenance tracking program: FAME. Completemaintenance records

    Boeing 767 2DXER Tel: +41 (0) 44 205 50 70 Email: severine.cosma@comlux.com

    ComluxPrice: Please call

    Year: 2012

    S/N: 5899

    Reg: HZ-ATG

    TTAF: 796

    Location: Switzerland

    One owner since new. Very low utilization. Still underwarranty. Seating capacity : 12 pax. Total Time: 796 hrs asof January 2016. Total Landings: 424 ldg as of January2016. Engine Model: GE CF34-3B. Engine 1 S/N: tbdTSN/CSN: 796 hrs. /424 cycl. Engine 2 S/N: tbd TSN/CSN:796 hrs. /424 cycl. APU Model: Honeywell 36-150CLAPU S/N / Part: 349 TSN: 1132 hrs. Exterior - OverallMatterhorn White w/ orange, blue and green StripesThe aircraft is maintained EASA EU OPS. Refer to CAMPreport for detailed information

    Challenger 605 Tel: +41 (0) 44 205 50 70 Email: severine.cosma@comlux.com

    Nexus AviationPrice: $25,400,000 USD

    Year: 2012

    S/N: 244

    Reg: HB-JKL

    TTAF: 948

    Location: Switzerland

    10 passenger meticulously maintained, extremely elegantinterior, EASY II upgrade, engines on ESP Gold, APU onMSP Gold, one owner one operator, based Geneva, alwayshangared. Airframe: 948:00 TTSN / 604 CSN. Deliverednew June 2012. JAR-OPS 1 compliant and operated.Immediately available. Full provisions for HUD. Pratt &Whitney DTU. Forward and aft 22 inch bulkhead mountedmonitors 8 each plug in monitor receptacles 2 each 10 inchindividual monitors

    Dassault Falcon 2000LX Tel: +41 (0) 79 611 7303 E-mail: lduncan@nexusaviation.ch

    Nexus AviationPrice: $11,000,000 USD

    Year: 2001

    S/N: 083

    Reg: HB-IGI

    TTAF: 7,550

    Location: Switzerland

    Currently operated EU OPS, one owner one operator sincenew, available immediately. Airframe: TTSN 7,550 / CSN3,147. Delivered new May 2001. 1C / 2C / 1B inspectionsperformed September 2013. Engines: TFE 731-60-1Cenrolled on MSP Gold. APU: GTCP 36-150F enrolled onMSP Gold. Additional Features: Forward lavatory.Nespresso Coffee maker / Hot Cup / TIA Oven withcontroller / Microwave oven. Six (6) monitor receptaclesand four 8 personal monitors. 14 passenger interior.Landing gears overhauled September 2013

    Dassault Falcon 900EX Tel: +41 (0) 79 611 7303 E-mail: lduncan@nexusaviation.ch

    Nexus AviationPrice: $38,900,000 USD

    Year: 2002

    S/N: 32806

    Reg: VP-CBB

    TTAF: 10,554

    Location: Switzerland

    - Associated Air Center Dallas Texas Completion- Entry into service July 2002 - 10,554 hours and 4,694 landings- 5 additional fuel tanks fitted for best range / cargo spacecombination - 27 / 29 passengers / 7 crew - Master bedroomwith en-suite master lavatory and bathroom - Forward servicegalley and aft full service galley with both aft doors operational -Cat IIIa certificated, on CAMP, one owner since new. Interior:The entrance includes a crew lavatory, a staging galley, twoflight attendant seats, as well as two first class seats that can beused by passengers if needed. Both entry doors operational

    Boeing BBJ2 Tel: +41 (0) 79 611 7303 E-mail: lduncan@nexusaviation.ch

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  • Leonard Hudson DrillingPrice: US $1,375,000

    Year: 1977

    S/N: 36A-030

    Reg: N160GC

    TTAF: 15,600

    Location: USA

    Learjet 36A, Long range capability, as configured 2,400nautical miles. Can be upgraded to 2,600 mile range.Recent paint and interior, RVSM.

    Competitively priced at US $1,375,000, may take tradeon a King Air or a helicopter

    Bombardier Learjet 36A Tel: +1 (806) 662 5823Email: ronfernuik@hotmail.com

    Leonard Hudson DrillingPrice: US $1,975,000

    Year: 2002

    S/N: 52265

    Reg: N339MG

    TTAF: 1700

    Location: USA

    We are offfering our 2002 Bell 206 L4. Pictures do notdo justice to the helicopter, and the colors are veryvibrant, it is ready for immediate work. It has hadboth a Bell/Edwards completion and maintenancewith immaculate records, of course no damage ofincidents. 1700 TTSN, Two corporate owners.

    BELL 206L4 Tel: +1 (806) 662 5823Email: ronfernuik@hotmail.com

    Leonard Hudson DrillingPrice: US $3,875,000

    Year: 1981

    S/N: 33017

    Reg: N554AL

    TTAF: 15265

    Location: USA

    Full EMS Medical 4 patient and 4 attendant interior.Recent no expense spared airframe refurbishment atAcro Helipro within the last 100 hours.Both engines are fresh Pratt and Whitney overhauled.Immediate delivery, Meticulous records.Current with medical interior and 13 passenger utility interior are included, aircraft is turn-key will provideFresh annual /Export C of A

    BELL 412EMS Tel: +1 (806) 662 5823Email: ronfernuik@hotmail.com

    Leonard Hudson DrillingPrice: Please Call

    Year: 1991-1996

    S/N: Call for details

    Reg: Call for details

    TTAF: Call for details

    Location: USA

    Five, Late Model, Bell 212s In 'Off Shore.

    Available for immediate use.

    Asking $3.1M to $3.6M USD.

    Serial numbers: 35034, 35048, 35060, 35088 and35096

    BELL 212 (Five Available) Tel: +1 (806) 662 5823Email: ronfernuik@hotmail.com

    Gary FennellPrice: Make Offer

    Year: 2008

    S/N: 5728

    Reg: A6-MBS

    TTAF: 1124

    Location: U.A.E

    This beautiful one owner aircraft has been professionallymaintained by a Bombardier approved service facility withmaintenance tracking on CAMP. In addition to GE OnPoint,it is also on Smart Parts, and is always hangared. Theaircraft is scheduled for the 6/12/24/48/96 monthinspections at Bombardier Aircraft Services Amsterdam inJune 2016. This is a perfect opportunity to perform apre-purchase inspection

    Bombardier Challenger 605 Tel: +971 50 640 7101 E-mail: CL605.5728@gmail.com

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  • Avadainayagam MariappanPrice: Make Offer

    Year: 2006

    S/N: 2650

    Reg: VT-VJM

    TTAF: 4878

    Location: India

    The Airbus A319-133CJ VT-VJM (MSN 2650) is a luxuriousCorporate Jet having 25 passenger seating capacity and 6crew seating capacity. The Aircraft has very ideal andattractive exterior and interior layout & design with luxuriousfeel for corporate or governmental flights and combinescomfort, aesthetics and luxury in one superb package. Fordetails please visit e-Auction No. MSTC/WRO/SERVICETAX-V COMMISSIONERATE, MUMBAI/1/Bandra (East)/16-17/3 on www.mstcecommerce.com / www.mstcindia.co.in

    Airbus A319 133CJ Tel: +91 808 066 9239 E-mail: ganeshyadav@mstcindia.co.in

    www.mstcecommerce.com / www.mstcindia.co.in

    Cassel Invest LtdPrice: Contact Seller

    Year: 1986

    S/N: 258056

    Reg: M-JETI

    TTAF: 5634.5

    Location: United Kingdom

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  • AIRBUSA318 Elite . . . . . 40,A319 . . . . . . . . . . 167,

    AVIATHusky A-1C . . . . 71,

    BOEING/MCDONNELLDOUGLASBBJ . . . . . . . . . . . 17, 23, 46, 123, 161,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172,BBJ2 . . . . . . . . . . 166,727-200 VIP . . . 95,737-200 VIP . . . 95,757 . . . . . . . . . . . 46,767-2DXER . . . . . 166,DC-8-62 VIP . . . 95,DC-8-72 VIP . . . 95,

    BOMBARDIERCRJ200 5R . . . . . 40,Global 5000 . . . . 17, 32, 38, 51, 69,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95, 119, 123, 172,Global 6000 . . . . 40, 69, 95, 142, 143,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172,Global Express . 68, 69, 172,Global Express 2000. . . 45,Global Express XRS. . 7, 24, 29, 34, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45, 68, 69, 113, 172,Challenger300 . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 17, 38, 40, 68, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69, 95, 113, 127, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136, 137, 165, 172,601-1A . . . . . . . . 29,601-3R . . . . . . . . 68,604 . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 17, 46, 68, 151,605 . . . . . . . . . . . 25, 40, 68, 103, 113,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127, 133, 140, 141,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154, 166, 167, 172,850 . . . . . . . . . . . 45, 69, 172,Learjet 31A . . . . . . . . . . . 51, 70, 31ER . . . . . . . . . . 80,35A . . . . . . . . . . . 70, 36A . . . . . . . . . . . 167,40 . . . . . . . . . . . . 70, 40XR . . . . . . . . . . 135, 149,45 . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 25, 38, 50, 70, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75, 85, 152,45BR . . . . . . . . . . 123,45XR . . . . . . . . . . 13, 46, 69, 85, 127,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165, 172,55 . . . . . . . . . . . . 70, 60 . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 68, 75,60XR . . . . . . . . . . 12, 68, 127, 150,75. . . . . . . . . . . . . 119,

    CESSNACitationIII . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71, 75,V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29, 148,VII . . . . . . . . . . . . 123,X . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29, 135, 171,

    XL . . . . . . . . . . . . 121,XLS . . . . . . . . . . . 40, 73, 121,171,CJ2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38, 80, 87,CJ3. . . . . . . . . . . . 69, 73, 87, 172,Bravo . . . . . . . . . 73, 105, 165, Conquest I . . . . . 87,Conquest II . . . . 81,Excel . . . . . . . . . . 13, 38, 123, 147,Encore . . . . . . . . 70, 73,Jet . . . . . . . . . . . . 71, 80,M2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 87,Sovereign . . . . . . 34, 69, 71, 95, 105,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121, 172,T206 . . . . . . . . . . 70, ,T182T . . . . . . . . . 87,Mustang . . . . . . . 13, 75, 95, 121, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123,Ultra . . . . . . . . . . 71,1SP . . . . . . . . . . . 87,414 . . . . . . . . . . . 81,525 . . . . . . . . . . . 171,

    DORNIER328 . . . . . . . . . . . 119,328-300 . . . . . . . 85,328-310 . . . . . . . 85,

    EMBRAERLegacy 600 . . . . 12, 34, 51, 69, 70, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119,Legacy 650 . . . . 12, 29, 34, 99, 119,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157,Phenom 100 . . . 29, 51,Phenom 300 . . . 95, 119,

    FALCON JET7X . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 17, 34, 41, 69,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75, 119, 144, 145,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153, 156, 170, 171,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172,10 . . . . . . . . . . . . 70, 20F . . . . . . . . . . . 71,50 . . . . . . . . . . . . 46, 170,50EX . . . . . . . . . . 3, 11, 127, 159, 165,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170,200 . . . . . . . . . . . 119,900 . . . . . . . . . . . 170,900B . . . . . . . . . . 3, 17, 70, 170, 171,900C . . . . . . . . . . 80, 170, 171,900EX . . . . . . . . . 17, 24, 38, 47, 146,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166, 170,900EX EASy . . . 11, 34, 69, 170, 171,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172,900LX . . . . . . . . . 11, 170,2000 . . . . . . . . . . 3, 11, 17, 80, 85,2000EX EASy . . 11,2000LX . . . . . . . . 3, 7, 11, 29, 51, 69,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166,2000LXS. . . . . . . 160,2000S . . . . . . . . . 3,

    FOLLANDGnatt . . . . . . . . . . 71,

    GULFSTREAMIV . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69,IVSP . . . . . . . . . . 10, 113, 171, 172,V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35, 119, 100 . . . . . . . . . . . 121,150 . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 7, 17, 69, 121,200 . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 17, 38, 47, 121,280 . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 10, 17, 19, 162,450 . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 24, 34, 41, 47,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69, 113, 121, 134, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172,500 . . . . . . . . . . . 69,550 . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 10, 17, 18, 24, 35, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40, 47, 107, 121, 123,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138, 139, 172,650 . . . . . . . . . . . 23, 33, 35, 95, 113,650ER . . . . . . . . . 35,

    GRUMMANAmerican Gen Tiger..70,

    HAWKER BEECHCRAFTKing AirKing Air. . . . . . . . 38,A100 . . . . . . . . . . 81,200 . . . . . . . . . . . 70, B200 . . . . . . . . . 13, 107, 119, 121,300 . . . . . . . . . . . 75,350 . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 73, 75, 107, 121,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127,C90 . . . . . . . . . . . 81, 121,C90A . . . . . . . . . . 119,C90B . . . . . . . . . . 73,E90 . . . . . . . . . . . 81,F90-1 . . . . . . . . . 81,BeechcraftDuke A60 . . . . . . 70, Premier IA . . . . . 77, 155,Hawker125800B. . . . . . . 168,400A . . . . . . . . . . 13, 29, 73,400XP . . . . . . . . . 113,750 . . . . . . . . . . . 69, 121, 172,800A . . . . . . . . . . 70, 800XP . . . . . . . . . 12, 38, 47, 70, 77, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121, 153,800XP2. . . . . . . . 70, 850XP . . . . . . . . . 121,900XP . . . . . . . . . 69, 113, 119, 121,4000 . . . . . . . . . . 77,

    IAIAstra SPX. . . . . . 71,

    NEXTANTNextant 400XP . 73,

    PILATUSPC12-45 . . . . . . . 38,

    PIPERCheyenne II . . . . 119,Meridian . . . . . . . 87,

    ROCKWELL690A . . . . . . . . . . 165,

    SABRELINER65 . . . . . . . . . . . . 70,

    WESTWINDWestwind I . . . . . 71, 80,

    HELICOPTERSAGUSTAWESTLANDA109 Power . . . . 69, 172,A109 E Power . . 13, 14,A109 E . . . . . . . . 127,AW109 . . . . . . . . 95,AW139 . . . . . . . . 14, 158,Koala. . . . . . . . . . 121,

    BELL206L4 . . . . . . . . . 167,212 . . . . . . . . . . . 167,407 . . . . . . . . . . . 15,412 EMS . . . . . . 167,429 . . . . . . . . . . . 127,

    EUROCOPTER/AIRBUSAS350 B-2 . . . . . 15,AS350 B-3 . . . . . 14,AS355-F-2 . . . . . 14, 95,AS355N . . . . . . . 14, 119,AS365N3 . . . . . . 14,EC 120 B . . . . . . 95,EC 130 B4 . . . . . 119,EC 135 P2 . . . . . 25,EC 135 P2+ . . . . 121,EC 135 T1 CDS . 119,EC 135 T2i . . . . . 14,EC 145 . . . . . . . . 15,EC 155 B1 . . . . . 15,H225 . . . . . . . . . . 14,

    MCDONNELL DOUGLASMD900 . . . . . . . . 121,

    SIKORSKYS-76C+ . . . . . . . . 15, 69, 172,S-76C++ . . . . . . 25,

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    2013 CITATION XLS+ SN 6157606.7 Hours Since New, Complete Pro AdvantageProgram, Dual FMS w/ WAAS, TCAS 7.1, Several

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