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We understand the essence of owning your own private jet. Sit back, and relax as we take care of all your requirements.

Let us find the perfect private jet for you, depending on your travel needs and style.
Consider your financial situation and flying habits.

If you fly less than 350-400 hours per year, ownership might not be cost-effective. Analyze purchase price, operating costs (fuel, maintenance, crew, etc.), and potential financing needs.

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Essential Factors in Jet Selection

Consider new vs. pre-owned

New jets offer warranties but are pricier, while pre-owned options require thorough inspection and potentially lower costs.

Research the aircraft

Look at maintenance history, and cycle information, and get a pre-purchase inspection by a qualified professional.

Know your needs

Consider factors like passenger capacity, range, and budget.


Explore fractional ownership, jet cards, or chartering before committing to full ownership.













The Pros and Cons

Choosing between a new and used private jet involves a complex set of considerations. Both options offer distinct advantages and disadvantages, and the right choice depends on your individual needs and priorities. Here's a breakdown of the pros and cons:

New Jets


  1. Warranty: Peace of mind with comprehensive coverage for repairs and replacements during the initial years.
  2. Latest technology: Equipped with the newest advancements in performance, efficiency, and avionics.
  3. Customization: Option to personalize
 the interior and features to your preferences.
  4. Less maintenance: Generally requires less frequent and expensive maintenance in the early years.


  1. Higher cost: Significantly more 
expensive than comparable used 
  2. Waiting time: Delivery can take months or even years due to manufacturer backlogs.
  3. Lower resale value: New jets depreciate faster in the initial years compared to used ones.

Used Jets


  1. Lower cost: Significantly lower 
purchase price compared to new 
  2. Wider selection: Broader range of makes, models, and configurations to choose from.
  3. Potentially lower depreciation: May offer slower depreciation compared to new jets after the initial ownership years.
  4. Immediate availability: Ready to purchase and use without extended 
waiting periods.


  1. No warranty: Requires careful inspection and potential for unexpected maintenance costs.
  2. Older technology: May not have the latest advancements in efficiency, performance, or avionics.
  3. Limited customization: Fewer opportunities to personalize the interior 
and features compared to new models.
  4. Potential for hidden issues: Thorough inspection is crucial to avoid unforeseen problems.

Ultimately, the decision between a new and used jet boils down to your priorities. To know which one’s a better option consult us by sending an inquiry.


Things to Know Before Acquiring a Private Jet

Buying a private jet is a significant financial undertaking, and most individuals require financing to complete the purchase. Here are some common financing options available:

Traditional Loans:

  • Similar to car loans, these offers fixed or variable interest rates with repayment terms ranging from 3 to 12 years, and amortization periods up to 25 years for newer jets and 12 years for older models.
  • Interest rates vary depending on the loan term, aircraft type, and your creditworthiness.
  • Prepayment penalties might apply during the initial years.
  • Consider using a finance broker to find the best loan terms and navigate the process.

Asset-Based Loans:

  • These loans use the jet itself as collateral instead of requiring personal guarantees or extensive financial disclosures.
  • Often used by businesses, they offer non-recourse options, meaning the lender can only repossess the jet if you default, not pursue further compensation.
  • May have shorter terms and higher interest rates compared to traditional loans.

Line of Credit:

  • Provides flexibility by allowing you to draw funds as needed, similar to a credit card.
  • Interest is charged only on the amount used.
  • Requires strong creditworthiness and may have variable interest rates.


  • You sell the jet to a financial institution and simultaneously lease it back for a specified period, typically with the option to purchase it back at the end of the lease.
  • Provides immediate access to a portion of the aircraft’s value while maintaining use.
  • Can be complex and involve significant fees.

Discover the world of private aircraft ownership with Jetpooling. Our team of experts is here to guide you through every step of the acquisition process, from selecting the perfect aircraft to handling all the intricate details. Your private jet/helicopter ownership dream is just a call or message away. Contact us today and let's begin this incredible journey together.

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