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Bargain hunting at NBAA 2013: What pre-owned business jets are for sale?

Find out which pre-owned business are being exhibited by aircraft brokers at NBAA 2013.
This stunning Learjet 45XR is being displayed by Jetcraft at the Henderson Airport static display.

This stunning Learjet 45XR is being displayed by Jetcraft at the Henderson Airport static display.

Although manufacturers grab the headlines – and throw great parties – the annual NBAA show is also a great place to view pre-owned aircraft.

There is a large light jet display at the Las Vegas Convention Centre, but it is definitely worth heading out on the shuttle bus to Henderson Executive Airport for the main static display, where around 30 brokers will apparently bring 85 business jets.

Not only are pre-owned aircraft cheaper but unlike most new jets, there is no wait time.


$1 million – $5 million

1975 Learjet 36 ($1.05 million)

The aircraft has flown 7,615 hours and had its major 12 year maintenance check three years ago. It is enrolled in a JSSI power-by-the-hour programme.
Contact: Wayne Hilmer, Omni Jet International, whilmer@omnijet.com

1982 Falcon 50 ($3.25 million)

An older aircraft but with a good pedigree, this Falcon 50 is coming from a Fortune 100 company.
Contact: Don Dwyer, Guardian Jet, don.dwyer@guardianjet.com


$5 million – $20 million

1988 Falcon 900B ($5.5 million)

A 13-passenger business jet that comes in head-of-state configuration.
Contact: Tyler Webb, Jet Effect, tw@jeteffect.com

2001 Dassault Falcon 2000 ($6.9 million)

Another jet that was owned and operated by a Fortune 500 company. Its engines and APU are 100 per cent JSSI enrolled. The aircraft is also Wifi enabled.
Contact: Mark Payne, MENTE Group, mark@mentegroup.com

2005 Dassault Falcon 2000 ($7.9 million)

Coming from a Fortune 500, it features Flight Dynamics Cat III HUD and is Aircell Wifi enabled.
Contact: Mark Payne, MENTE Group , mark@mentegroup.com

2002 Dassault Falcon 2000

This aircraft was partially refurbished in 2009 and 2011. Its engines were overhauled in July 2012.
Contact: Don Dwyer, Guardian Jet, don.dwyer@guardianjet.com

2007 Learjet 45XR

This aircraft has clocked 1,110 hours flight time. Its engines and APU are enrolled on MSP Gold and it was re-painted in April 2013.
Contact: Chad Anderson, Jetcraft, chadanderson@jetcraft.com

1995 Falcon 900B

The aircraft has flown 4,745 hours and has undertaken 2,355 landings. We also have it on good authority that there will be free tequila available on the Charlie Bravo display.
Contact: Rex McGreevy, Charlie Bravo Aviation, rex@wepushtin.com

1998 Gulfstream GV ($17.9 million)

Capable of carrying 15 passengers and is enlisted on Rolls-Royce Corporate Care.
Contact: Tyler Webb, Jet Effect, tw@jeteffect.com


Over $20 million

2008 Falcon 2000LX ($21,995)

Another aircraft from a Fortune 100 company.
Contact: Don Dwyer, Guardian Jet, don.dwyer@guardianjet.com

2007 Gulfstream 450

This aircraft gained its Certificate of Airworthiness in 2006 and entered into service in 2007.
Contact: Chad Anderson, Jetcraft, chadanderson@jetcraft.com

2005 Bombardier Global XRS

A fully-programmed business jet with an increase MTOW of 99,500lbs.
Contact: Chad Anderson, Jetcraft, chadanderson@jetcraft.com

2003 Bombardier Global Express

Capable of carrying 13 passengers and fitted with an interior that has been described as “tastefully appointed.”
Contact: Chad Anderson, Jetcraft, chadanderson@jetcraft.com

2009 Bombardier Global 5000 ($29.9 million)

This aircraft is being displayed at Atlantic Aviation at McCarren Airport.
Contact: Don Dwyer, Guardian Jet, don.dwyer@guardianjet.com

2007 Bombardier Global XRS

Equipped with a fully integrated Honeywell Primus 2000XP 6-Tube EFIS avionics suite generally.
Contact: Chad Anderson, Jetcraft, chadanderson@jetcraft.com

2004 Dassault Falcon 900EX EASy

This Dassault jet has flown 1,612.6 hours and performed 1,225 cycles.
Contact: Chad Anderson, Jetcraft, chadanderson@jetcraft.com

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