Purchasing an Aircraft
Thinking About Buying An Aircraft?
Let us take care of everything.
We’ll do the research for you, we’ll keep you educated on the best brands and options, and we’ll secure the absolute best price for used aircraft. Flightpath provides insightful purchase planning, a consulting service that keeps your best interests in mind, plus a detailed needs analysis, travel history analysis, financial analysis, and much more.
Let us Plan It
An aircraft is a large purchase, so even if you’re incredibly busy, we’ll prepare a plan and comparison of jets for sale and planes to ensure you make the right choice for your needs.
We’ll Represent Your Best Interests
Let Flightpath liaison between you and aircraft vendors. We have the relationships, and know-how to ensure you get the right aircraft, for the right price, for your specific needs.
What’s the right choice for you?
A Journey Through the Past
We’ll work with you to understand where in the world you’ve traveled and frequent in order to narrow down the right vessel for you.
Business and pleasure are different things
If you spend a lot of time in the sky we can help you determine which aircraft is best suited to your personal and location needs.
Don’t Overspend, Overindulge
We’ll do a thorough review of your finances with you to find a perfect plane or jet that meets all of your wants and needs and stays within budget.
Don’t Waste Your Time With Vendors.
We have the relationships and know-how to ensure that you pay a fair price for your new plane or jet. We understand these vessels inside and out and know when and where to haggle for the best value and price. You shouldn’t have to worry about that.
A Deal You Can Feel Confident About.
If you involve Flightpath in the brokerage of your new plane or jet we guarantee that you’ll walk away from a positive experience that will benefit your future travel plans for the better.
Our aircraft management is unmatched. We’ll take care of everything; From housing your jet to providing the best onboard staff, taking care of physical, mechanical, and electronic components, and so much more.
See Our Aircraft Brands & Fleet Options
A Canadian aerospace and transportation company, Bombardier was founded by Joseph-Armand Bombardier in 1937. The company started off producing snowmobiles and eventually ventured out into the production of business jets and mass transportation equipment. The aerospace company is the third largest aircraft manufacturer and is headquartered in Quebec.VIEW OUR FLEET
Flightpath can acquire a jet for you if you’re looking for Gulfstreams for sale. The company’s aerospace is based in Savannah, Georgia. The company started off with military aircraft production under the name of Grumman and was renamed Gulfstream in 1968. This was when they began producing business jets including the G200 and G450.VIEW OUR FLEET
Embraer, a Brazilian aerospace manufacturing company, produces commercial, military, executive and agricultural aircraft. Buying an Embraer aircraft allows you to experience the class and comfort of purchasing a reliable business jet from one of the largest aircraft manufacturing companies in the world. Headquartered in São José dos Campos, the company was founded in 1969 by Ozires Silva.VIEW OUR FLEET
With roots in the heart of Europe, Dassault Falcon was founded by French manufacturer Marcel Dassault in 1929. Based in France, the company started off producing military fighter jets and eventually began production of business jets in 1963. Since the company expanded to business aviation, they have delivered over 2,100 jets throughout over 80 countries.VIEW OUR FLEET
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Take a Look at These Popular Aircraft for Sale
In the aviation business since 1927, Cessna Aircraft Company is both founded and based out of America’s aviation capital, Wichita, Kansas. The company’s founder, Clyde Cessna, started off by making small piston and turboprop aircraft and eventually worked his way up to producing a variety of business jets.
The company’s aerospace is based in Savannah, Georgia. The company started off with military aircraft production under the name of Grumman and was renamed Gulfstream in 1968. This was when they began producing business jets including the G200 and G450.
Known for their trademark wide, oval windows, the G200 and G450 are the most popular models in the mid-sized jet class.