Interested buyers have an option between new and pre-owned private jets. Buying new may offer the benefit of minimal maintenance costs for the first few years of ownership, but a new aircraft comes with a high price tag. Meanwhile, CEOs may have to consider maintenance costs when they buy pre-owned.
Fortunately, these business executives can get an idea of what they can expect to spend for maintenance by enlisting the help of an aviation broker who can provide them with history reports on quality jets for sale. Such reports may include inspection history, paint job history, or interior refurbishment work.