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Buying or selling a plane can be very easy.  Find a plane that looks nice and has the amenities you're looking for. Talk to the broker, he or she will assure you this is a great plane and was cared for by the best of shops and it just had a fresh inspection!  What could go wrong?

Unfortunately, this happens all the time.  Maybe not as simply as the previous description, but it usually is wrapped up into a complex well thought out package.  When buying or selling a plane, you need an advocate working for you.  Someone who understands the market and the true value of a plane.  Someone who understand the legal aspects of the transaction as they pertain to liability, sequence of the transaction and the ability to create a buying and selling environment.  Someone who is an accomplished pilot and maintenance technician to guide you around the pitfalls.  Not someone looking for a commission.  Please see below for additional information on how we look out for your interests in these transactions.

Buying a plane seems fairly simple.  They're easy to find on the internet.  The brokers selling the planes are usually very accommodating and will provide you with lots of information.  Is the broker looking out for your best interests?  No, are they working for the seller and themselves.

Buying a plane is a complex process riddled with potential dangers and financial risks.  When you start this process, you will want a highly skilled advocate working on your behalf who not only knows the airplane market but is also a highly skilled pilot, maintenance inspector and has a very strong background in the legal side of the transaction.  In addition, this person needs to have the ability to create a buying environment.  Though most skilled professionals try to buy without emotion, most actually do buy on emotion.  When a buyer or seller has their emotions hurt, most deals will fall through. 

To learn more about how we create this environment and back it up with the technical know how, visit our "Buying A Plane" page by clicking on the photo to the left or contact us anytime by phone, email or our for "more information form".  We'd love to speak with you.

Selling a plane can be just as challenging as buying a plane.  When selling a plane, the seller is not just selling the plane itself but the decisions that have been made along the ownership cycle.  This, when not protected, leaves the seller exposed to liabilities he or she will not want left out there.

When selling a plane, you want someone who not only knows the airplane market, but is a highly experienced pilot, maintenance inspector and has a very strong background in the legal side of the transaction.  In addition, this person needs to be able to create a buying environment.

To learn more about how we create this environment and back it up with the technical know how, visit our "Selling A Plane" page by clicking on the photo to the left or contact us anytime by email, phone or our for "more information form".  We'd love to hear from you.

Renting or leasing a plane has become a very desirable method to utilize the benefits of private air travel while avoiding the financial commitments of airplane ownership.  You don't have to be a pilot to rent or lease a plane.  You can simply rent or lease a plane and hire professional pilots to fly you where you want to go (see LET'S GO AIR'S "Operational Solutions" page for this service).

To learn more about Renting or Leasing a plane, visit LET'S GO AIR'S "Travel Solutions" page or contact us by phone, email or our for "more information form".  We look forward to speaking with you.