Aircraft Ownership

  • Full ownership of your own aircraft 

  • Freedom to choose when, why, how, and where to fly 

  • Some regulatory agencies allow more concessions for aircraft owners 

  • Aircraft owners will need to set up a dedicated flight department or work with a management company 

  • Owners can opt to charter their aircraft to help offset ownership and management costs 

For those who are interested in purchasing their own aircraft, chances are that they’ve already experienced one of the previous charter options and have decided that full aircraft ownership is their preferred mode of travel.  

 

Owning your own aircraft comes with an almost infinite set of options and choices that allow you to dictate when, why, how, and where you’d like to fly. From picking the color of your paint to making travel decisions on the fly, aircraft ownership is the pinnacle of flying private. Even most regulatory agencies allow more concessions for aircraft owners that include more relaxed regulations, access to a smaller niche airports, and even specific tax advantages. 

 

However, as they say, with great power comes great responsibility. Unlike the other options listed, aircraft owners ultimately bear the sole responsibility of managing and operating their new asset. This can be achieved by setting up a dedicated flight department or arranging for a management company to assist you with the various ins and outs of owning your own aircraft.  Some owners may even decide to allow the management company to charter their aircraft to other private flyers to further offset their costs.  

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