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“First on the list, seating. You’ll need to consider how many people you’re looking to accommodate on a routine flight. For example, if you’re planning to seat at least 8 people during aerial tours of your home city, you may wish to consider a model that seats more than this number; say, a 12- or 16-seater, but don’t go far beyond. That way, your passengers will have enough room to move around freely, and you’ll have extra space in case you’ll need to seat more.

Seating arrangements are also vital. If you’re planning to use the plane for business, consider a plane with a club seating arrangement, allowing for more convenient business talks in-flight. Both new and used planes for sale often feature flexible seating arrangements, which even include recliners, to make the ride more comfortable especially for long journeys. “
http://holsteinaviation.com/info-articles/checking-planes-sale-tips-buying-private-jet/

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