The internet says that we keep our cars, careers, houses and spouses about the same length of time. Somewhere between five and ten years on average. Coincidence? Maybe. ButRead more

  If your job has anything to do with aircraft transactions, the new tax bill will ensure you never see your family again during the holidays. When your partiallyRead more

Buying a plane involves spreadsheets.   Data. Justifications. Comparisons. Analysis … Math. We can be forgiven for romanticizing the past – when aircraft financial analysis consisted of two numbers:Read more

What does the iconic intro to Days of Our Lives, one of the longest-running programs in TV history, have to do with selling airplanes? Well, we’re glad you asked.Read more

The year: 1991. We are in Bordeaux, in the heart of French wine country. Still working through the after-effects of a long dinner the night before at L’Entrecôte, weRead more

If you haven’t done so already, please read this excellent opinion piece by Alasdair Whyte on the Corporate Jet Investor website, responding to the recent Financial Times “investigation” intoRead more

Recently Dassault Aviation announced a two-year delay to their Falcon 5X program citing continued problems with development of SNECMA’s Silvercrest engine- a clean sheet power plant and the capableRead more

We continue to hear criticism that certain manufacturers are depressing resale markets with aggressive price discounts on new aircraft. After all, we know that pre-owned values are headed south;Read more

For as long as we can remember, the conventional wisdom has been that pre-owned business jet markets are “normalized” when 10% of the installed fleet is for sale. ApparentlyRead more

The world of private jet charter is a complex beast. We reckon the recent attempts at innovation are a good thing (Stellar Labs, JetSmarter, Stratajet, etc.) and we areRead more