buying a private jet


#1

where can I find a good company to but a private from?


#2

:laughing:


#3

I can find you the perfect private jet to suit your needs. I charge an initial fee of $10,000 and then %5 of the final sale price.

Let me know if you are interested.


#4

I’ll do it for $5,000 up front and 2.5% of sale price.


#5

I don’t know how you can possibly do it that cheap


#6

Times are tight, we must adjust to a new market :wink:


#7

Ha! Funny!

Try: execaviation.com/


#8

Anybody look at the initial posters handle??? Barely wrote out a sentence in his post???

:unamused: :unamused: :unamused: Dunno, maybe flight lessons in a 747 may be requested next? Call me a skeptic!!! :unamused: :unamused: :unamused:


#9

Yea, I noticed it but I wasn’t going to say anything.

It looks like he wants to get a good company and but(t) a private from. Perhaps he wants to get rid of the boogie woogie boy of Company B?


#10

OP’s first post from the “N707JT” thread.

Not a problem, unless he mentions the fact that he doesn’t need to know how to land it. :smiling_imp:


#11

Uhg… Worrisome…


#12

Let me just say welcome to FA, even though everyone is giving you a rough time, me included.


#13

Here are sites that don’t actually sell aircraft, but offer listings, much like the principle of a real estate book.

http://www.controller.com/

http://www.trade-a-plane.com/

http://www.avbuyer.com/

Also check eBay Motors. I’ve seen a Douglas DC-3, a Bell 222, and many other aircraft on eBay. Don’t forget the Alaska Westwind II that Sarah Palin sold on eBay to cut expenses. Funniest thing I ever heard. If eBay doesn’t have it, then you don’t need it. (Or maybe, if eBay has it, you don’t need it?)

http://www.motors.ebay.com/

And, just for fun:

http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N159JA

The eBay G550!


#14

Aircraft Shopper Online


#15

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is more like it…


#16

Duncan Aviation…Lincoln, Nebraska


#17

aviationbusinessindex.com/


#18

Duncan, home of the Falcon bandits


#19

Yup!! 7EX