Aviation Brokerage is one of the cornerstone services we offer.

Buying and selling aircraft is what we excel in.

We have an in depth knowledge of the processes of buying and selling aircraft.


Brokerage is a generic term for a company that specializes in the buying and selling of aircraft, similar to a real estate agent for property or a yacht broker for marine vessels.

An aircraft owner will often use the specialized services of an aircraft broker as a shop window to market his or her aircraft for sale or to purchase/acquire another. Brokers provide buyers and sellers with in-depth technical advice on such matters as pricing, specification, and the status of the aircraft they have on their books and broker the deal between the contracting parties, hence the term broker and brokerage. The broker will undertake all contract negotiations up to and including completion and would expect to issue all the necessary paperwork as required.


Our Aircraft brokerage service includes:

  • Marketing aircraft to the right people.
  • Advertising in the right locations.
  • Researching aircraft on sale.
  • Understanding the market and pricing.
  • Negotiations.
  • Contracts.
  • Inspections.
  • Legal requirements.
  • Regulations and registration.

Purchasing a Private Aircraft 

The Processes involved in purchasing a private aircraft:

  • Initial consultation.
  • Identifying the emotions attached to making a purchase.
  • Identification of target aircraft with perhaps one or two alternatives.
  • Market search & evaluation.
  • Specific aircraft evaluation.
  • Availability verification.
  • Inspection.
  • Negotiation.
  • Documentation and closing.

The most important element is always the initial consultation, this enables us to understand fully what is needed and expected.

Selling private aircraft 

The processes involved in a sale or purchase with any client, simplified are:

  • Initial consultation.
  • Comprehensive aircraft evaluation including photographs.
  • Market research.
  • Brochure production. (soft and hard copies)
  • Off-market launch.
  • On-market launch.
  • Marketing campaign.
  • On-going activity reports.
  • Offers and negotiations.
  • Documentation and closing.

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