Flugzeughandel

Kauf eines Flugzeugs

Ab einem gewissen Punkt kann es sinnvoller sein, ein Flugzeug zu erwerben, anstatt die wiederkehrenden Charterkosten zu tragen. Eine generelle Regel besagt, dass das Chartern Ihre beste Option ist, wenn Sie rund 150 Stunden im Jahr fliegen. Bei 150 bis 250 Flugstunden im Jahr können Sie bereits eine Fractional-Ownership-Lösung oder einen Eigentumsanteil in Betracht ziehen. Bei einer höheren Anzahl an Flugstunden ist der Kauf eines eigenen Flugzeugs eine sinnvolle Option.

 

Falls Sie häufig oder routinemäßig ein Geschäftsflugzeug benötigen, unterstützen wir Sie bei Ihrer Bedarfsanalyse und beraten Sie hinsichtlich Flugzeuginvestitionen, Flugzeugfinanzierung (einschließlich Betriebsleasing) sowie Budgets und Kalkulationen für Flugzeugbetriebskosten.

 

Zu Beginn werden wir Ihnen einige grundlegende Fragen stellen: Welche Entfernungen werden Sie erwartungsgemäß zurücklegen? Mit wie vielen Personen werden Sie reisen? Wie oft planen Sie zu fliegen? Ihre Antworten helfen uns dabei herauszufinden, ob beispielsweise eine Citation Sovereign für Flüge von rund 2.400 Kilometern mit fünf Begleitpersonen an Bord perfekt für Sie geeignet ist.

 

Auf Basis dieser Analyse durchsuchen wir unser ausgedehntes Netzwerk für gebrauchte Geschäftsflugzeuge, sprechen mit unseren Partnern unter den Flugzeugherstellern sowie mit Fachleuten aus der Branche. So finden wir für Sie die ideale Lösung, die Ihren Ansprüchen und Ihrem Budget entspricht, und begleiten Sie während des gesamten Kaufprozesses. Dazu gehört auch, dass wir Sie bei der Wahl des Flugzeugmanagements und des Luftfahrtzeugbetreibers unterstützen.

Verkauf eines Flugzeugs

Auch beim Verkauf Ihres Flugzeugs unterstützt Sie Engel & Völkers Aviation bei jedem Schritt – von der Festsetzung des Preises über die Aufsetzung des Vertrags bis hin zur Flugzeugwartung und -inspektion sowie der Betrachtung der Finanzstrukturen. Wir analysieren ausgiebig den Markt und erstellen eine Flugzeugbeurteilung sowie ein Benchmarking des Flugzeugeigners.

 

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PIAGGIO AVANTI II (PA180)

The Italian private jet manufacturer Piaggio Aero company announced their goals for the Piaggio P-180 before they started building it. They wanted a light private jet that could cruise at 400 knots, fly at more than 40,000 feet, have a 2,000 mile range, as well as be fuel-efficient and have a comfortable cabin. Considering the fact that no other private jet manufacturer had been able to create a jet that met such specifications, Piaggio had to be truly innovative in making the P-180.

 

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GULFSTREAM G200

The Gulfstream 200 was one of the first private jets in the Gulfstream series, jets that would become top competitors in the super-midsize category. The newly-formed Galaxy Aerospace Corp, a division of Israel Aviation Industries (IAI), became a major contender in the private jet category with the Gulfstream 200.

 

 

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FALCON 900EX

Dassault, a company known for having high standards of engineering, structural quality, and technological advancement, made an impact on the heavy-iron private jet market with the Falcon 900. Ten years later, they improved an already-great private jet and introduced the Falcon 900EX.

 

 

 

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HAWKER 900XP

Evolution is what makes Hawker aircraft so successful. In 2006, the midsize 850XP made significant improvements in performance and accommodations. True to form, the 900XP retains all of the 850’s advanced traits (fuel efficiency, aerodynamics, comfort, performance capabilities), but better.

 

 

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EMBRAER LEGACY 600

With its rugged airliner heritage, the super-midsize Legacy 600 works as hard as you do, delivering over 99% dispatch reliability coupled with exceptional capabilities and remarkable economy. Up to 14 passengers enjoy a three-zone largest-in-class cabin, the largest lavatory, and the largest inflight-accessible baggage compartment in the segment.

 

 

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AIRBUS ACJ320

The ACJ 320 offers the pinnacle of private jet travel. It boasts the largest cabin in the private jet market: a luxurious 900+ sq ft of space. Typically seating 19 to 50 passengers in settings that can be tailored to be as simple or elegant as the customer wishes, the Airbus ACJ318, ACJ319, ACJ320 and A321 have the ability to carry more passengers than traditional business jets – and fly them in much greater comfort.

 

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BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 850

The Challenger 850 aircraft provides the ideal solution to the all too common commercial travel problems of high costs and lost time. With one of the largest, most productive and comfortable corporate cabins available today, the Challenger 850 aircraft offers a uniquely spacious environment in which to work, relax or prepare for the business at hand.

 

 

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BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER 300

Bombardier’s robust Challenger 300 business jet is built and equipped for reliability, superior trans-continental performance and unprecedented value. With system design and architecture focused on attaining optimum operating economics, Bombardier’s Challenger 300 aircraft is unmatched in so many areas and still delivers the lowest direct operating costs in its class.

 

 

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DASSAULT FALCON 50EX

Dassault Aviation was the first to create a private jet with intercontinental range: the Falcon 50. Seventeen years later, they re-created it, keeping the features that made it such a success, while modifying others with more advanced technology. The result is a private jet that looks and feels like its predecessor, but easily supersedes it. The Falcon 50EX cruises faster at high altitudes; flies further; burns less fuel; and generally outperforms the Falcon 50 in every respect.

 

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CESSNA CITATION MUSTANG

This single pilot aircraft combines the comfort of a large business jet with the freedom to roam of a light aircraft. The speed and range inspired performance of the Citation Mustang will tackle the sky like a jet, while delivering the efficiency of a lighter aircraft. The aerodynamic design and advanced technology of the Mustang make for exceptional short-field performance and the ability to cruise over the weather.

 

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CESSNA CITATION MUSTANG

This single pilot aircraft combines the comfort of a large business jet with the freedom to roam of a light aircraft. The speed and range inspired performance of the Citation Mustang will tackle the sky like a jet, while delivering the efficiency of a lighter aircraft. The aerodynamic design and advanced technology of the Mustang make for exceptional short-field performance and the ability to cruise over the weather.

 

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CESSNA CITATION EXCEL

The Cessna Citation Excel is one of the best-selling business jets ever built. It has the ability to operate out of smaller airports while still offering the comfort and amenities of a midsize jet. It combines the best in light jet flexibility with midsize comfort to accommodate eight passengers.

 

 

 

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CESSNA CITATION XLS

The Citation XLS is the best-selling business jet of all time, and with good reason. It has a light-cabin aircraft’s ability to operate out of small airports, while offering the comfort and amenities of a midsize jet.

 

 

 

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DASSAULT FALCON 900EX

Dassault, a company known for having high standards of engineering, structural quality, and technological advancement, made an impact on the heavy-iron private jet market with the Falcon 900. Ten years later, they improved an already-great private jet and introduced the Falcon 900EX.

 

 

 

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