Read Jay Mesinger’s article from AvBuyer Magazine’s May issue from the Aviation Leadership Roundtable section.
We are proud to exclusively represent for sale Global Express, Serial Number 9026. This is a one U.S. owner, 2000 model Global Express based in Teterboro, NJ. Our client has used this aircraft for travel around the world and it has been upgraded for NextGen compliance including Batch 3, FANS 1/A+ CPDLC, RNP 4, SBAS with LPV approach capability, and ADS-B Out.
When our client designed this aircraft with Bombardier, they did it with great foresight about how the aircraft would be used. Few people like to sit in any room facing a wall with all of the rest of the space behind them. The same applies to airplanes. Most VIP seats in aircraft are in the forward club section of an aircraft’s cabin. This means that in a Global there are typically two seating sections behind the VIP seat, and the person in the VIP seat is typically looking at an opposing aft-facing club seat and the forward bulkhead. Most Globals also have a 4-place dining/conference group in the mid cabin requiring anyone serving a meal to walk through the passengers in the club seats to set a table, serve, and clean-up a meal.
Our client turned the typical Global Express interior configuration around and built a far more usable space. In this Global Express, the four-place dining/conference group is in the forward cabin and the four individual club seats, including the VIP seat, are in the mid cabin. This aircraft is designed like your home with the dining room near the kitchen so you don’t have to walk through the living room to serve a meal. This arrangement means that a person preparing a meal can set a table, prepare the meal in the forward galley and serve and clean up the meal without ever carrying food or dirty dishes through passengers trying to work, relax or sleep. The passengers can enjoy the comfort of the undisturbed club seats and sit with the majority of the cabin in front of them instead of behind them. The aft cabin, including a forward-facing club seat, an aft-facing club seat that is interchangeable with an adjustable ottoman, and extended berthing divan, is divided by a hard bulkhead and double pocket doors.
Aircraft highlights include: 5726 hours total time, 2121 total landings (as of May 4, 2015), enrollment on both the Rolls-Royce Corporate Care engine maintenance program and Honeywell MSP on the APU, Batch 3 compliance, FANS 1/A+ CPDLC, ADS-B Out, Triple FMS with NZ6.1 Software and SBAS with LPV approach capability, Triple Laseref, Mark V EGPWS with RAAS, HUD, EVS, Honeywell MCS-7000 SATCOM with HD-710 providing SwiftBroadband globally capable high speed internet, a TrueNorth Simphone Chorus PBX, Cabin Wi-Fi and 96,000 lbs. Increased Max Take-Off Weight. We are asking $14,500,000 and the owner is ready to review all reasonable offers and get this sold right away.
Every aircraft interior is a little different; some are just more purposefully designed than others. This Global Express is immediately available for sale. Please call us at +1-303-444-6766 or review full specs and photos at http://www.jetsales.com/jets/2000-global-express/.
Read Jay Mesinger’s article from AvBuyer Magazine’s April 2015 issue from the Aviation Leadership Roundtable section.
Read Jay Mesinger’s article from AvBuyer Magazine’s April 2015 issue from the Business Aviation and the Boardroom section.
Dassault Falcon Jet has been building Falcon 900 series aircraft since 1987 and today they are delivering the Falcon 900LX. Since 1987, there have been close to 500 Falcon 900 series aircraft delivered worldwide. Dassault has a long military aviation history and an outstanding reputation for building dependable, safe and efficient corporate aircraft. The Falcon 900 series employs three engines providing additional thrust and reliability for short runway, high altitude and over-water performance and safety. Additionally, Dassault invests heavily in their global maintenance and parts support with a worldwide network of service centers and authorized maintenance facilities.
We are proud to represent S/N 134 for sale. This is an excellent pedigree aircraft with two operational owners. The current owner has had the airplane since 1996. It is professionally maintained and operated with the same dedicated maintenance crew throughout the entire current ownership. They maintain it on the Dassault approved O.C.I.P. inspection program. They have upgraded the FMS to a triple FMZ-2010 with NZ6.1 software including WAAS/LPV capability. The engines are enrolled on the MSP Gold program and the APU is on MSP. Additional features and upgrades to the aircraft include Triple Honeywell CD-820 Control Display Unit, the Aircell Axxess II 4-channel Iridium SATCOM with cordless cabin handsets, a Flight Data Recorder, a Brake Heating System and N1 DEEC’s. The aircraft also has above average optional and recommended Service Bulletin compliance.
We welcome the opportunity to show you this beautiful aircraft at its home base in Centennial, CO at your convenience. Please call us at 303-444-6766 or email email@example.com to learn more. http://www.jetsales.com/jets/1994-falcon-900b-134/
Read Jay Mesinger’s article in AvBuyer Magazine’s March 2015 issue from the Aviation Leadership Roundtable section.
Read Jay Mesinger’s article from AvBuyer Magazine’s March 2015 issue from the Business Aviation and the Boardroom section.
Read Jay Mesinger’s article in AvBuyer Magazine’s February 2015 issue from the Aviation Leadership Roundtable section.
Read Jay Mesinger’s article from AvBuyer Magazine’s February 2015 issue from the Business Aviation and the Boardroom section.
A great aircraft, and a successful flight department, are in large part the results of attention to detail.
We are proud to exclusively represent for sale Falcon 50EX Serial Number 260, Registration Number N586CS. In the case of this aircraft, the attention to detail started with the initial spec’ing and design. The owner of this aircraft purchased it new from Dassault. Coming from a technical background, this owner wanted to understand each and every system, how different avionics and options worked together, and how the design of the interior would best help him fulfill his travel needs. He and his flight department worked with Falcon to design an aircraft that would be extremely reliable and allow him to satisfy his international mission profile with great ease and they succeeded.
The same attention to detail and care that went into designing this aircraft is evident in how the owner’s flight department maintains and operates it. Since this aircraft was put into service, it has completed more than 150 Atlantic crossings with extremely high dispatch reliability. The owner’s largely international mission profile has resulted in this aircraft having a total time to cycle ratio of approximately 2.5 hours to every landing; a time to cycle ratio typically only seen in larger longer-range aircraft. Over the last two years, this Falcon 50EX has been used primarily as a back-up and support aircraft. When the owner’s other Falcon was recently down for a large inspection, this 50EX completed a 20+ hour trip to Europe and back with no discrepancies.
Our technical director, Andy Weibel, recently went to see this aircraft and review the records. He came back reporting that the paint and interior are in very good condition. The aircraft has no damage or major repair history. Our client’s director of maintenance, proud of his work maintaining this aircraft since shortly after it delivered in 1997, opened several panels and the engine cowlings; Andy reported that everything he saw was spotless. The logs and records also match the very strong condition of the aircraft. They are well organized, detailed, and in excellent condition. It is obvious that the flight department pays attention to every last detail before, during, and after every flight keeping the aircraft impeccably clean, well maintained, and at a very high level of optional and recommended service bulletin compliance. The 3C inspection work package and Wing Tank (Dry Bay) Modification are scheduled to be complied with in March of this year at Western Aviation in Boise, ID at the seller’s cost. There is no better time for a buyer to do their pre-purchase inspection and get a good look at this aircraft.
Call us today at +1-303-444-6766 to learn more about this exciting Falcon 50EX opportunity and you can find detailed specs and lots of photographs on our website at http://www.jetsales.com/jets/1997-falcon-50ex/. We look forward to discussing this with you.