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How the new Pilatus PC-24 differs from other business jets

Posted on / by Peter Hartmann Posted in Aircraft Management, Allgemein, Buying a Private Jet, Private Jet Charter

13 oversized windows, lots of natural light, a spacious cabin with fully flat floor and practical, vertical side walls: The Pilatus PC-24 is all about traveling in comfort. But the new Swiss-made plane is more than just an outstanding business jet in the conventional sense.

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Increasing your private jet’s revenue through a thorough market analysis

Posted on / by Marcel Wepfer Posted in Aircraft Management, Allgemein, Buying a Private Jet, Market Analysis

There are several thousand private jets available around the world for charter flights. Their owners are mostly companies and private individuals who use the jets for their own flights, and who often only have them chartered out via “their” operator when they don’t need them.

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Private jets: The pros and cons of buying, Jet Cards, and chartering

Posted on / by Marcel Wepfer Posted in Allgemein, Buying a Private Jet, Jet Cards, Private Jet Charter

Want to travel by private jet? Then you can either charter one, use a Jet Card, or buy your own aircraft. Each of these options has pros and cons which need to be carefully weighed up. This overview will help you:

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[Case Study] How we increased a heavy jet’s revenue by 21%

Posted on / by Marcel Wepfer Posted in Aircraft Management, Allgemein, Buying a Private Jet, Case Studies

22More revenue despite a difficult market situation? That’s exactly what we achieved with the “Premium Jet Businessjet-Charter Market Analysis” for the owner of a heavy jet, which was not operated by us at the time.

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How to find the right operator for your private jet

Posted on / by Peter Hartmann Posted in Aircraft Management, Allgemein, Buying a Private Jet

Anyone who owns a private jet needs a good operator to maintain the aircraft, perform administrative tasks and manage operations. Even those who are yet to call a jet their own but would like to change this are advised to select operators with care – ideally before making the purchase. Because an experienced operator will help […]

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What makes the Pilatus PC-24 so special

Posted on / by Heiner Bernhard Posted in Aircraft Management, Allgemein, Buying a Private Jet, Private Jet Charter

Despite my decades of experience with single-engine turbine planes, the Pilatus turboprops, I continue to be impressed by their design and reliability. The switch from military training to civil aviation also demonstrated cleverness and foresight.

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Buying a private jet – thought about a market analysis?

Posted on / by Fabio Hausammann Posted in Aircraft Management, Allgemein, Buying a Private Jet

Toying with the idea of buying a used private jet? You already know all about the advantages of having your own jet. You probably also have some clue as to the price ranges of the plane you want.

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From project to delivery: The Pilatus PC-24 milestones

Posted on / by Peter Hartmann Posted in Aircraft Management, Allgemein, Buying a Private Jet, Private Jet Charter

The Pilatus PC-24 is a real novelty, combining the practical features of a turboprop with the cabin size and performance of a mid-size business jet. Customers around the world are eagerly anticipating its delivery. Here are the biggest milestones in the story of this Super Versatile Jets from Switzerland:

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Here it is, the new Pilatus PC-24

Posted on / by Marcel Wepfer Posted in Aircraft Management, Allgemein, Buying a Private Jet, Private Jet Charter

How do you classify a business jet that’s so unique it doesn’t fit in any existing category? You create a new category. As such, the new Pilatus PC-24 is described by the manufacturer as a Super Versatile Jet, and therefore as “Crystal Class”.

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To charter out a private jet or not?

Posted on / by Peter Hartmann Posted in Aircraft Management, Allgemein, Buying a Private Jet, Private Jet Charter

The general rule of thumb is that, if 300+ hours of business flights are going to be required per year, it is worth considering buying your own plane. It can clearly be afforded, because you need it for your own professional and personal travel, and don’t want to (or can’t) be dependent on rigid flight […]

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