In the midst of business aviation’s traditional fourth quarter aircraft transaction frenzy, we review where things stand with Jay Mesinger, CEO of Mesinger Jet Sales.
Halfway through the third quarter of 2022, we asked Jay Mesinger, CEO of Mesinger Jet Sales for his views on how the year is progressing relative to pre-owned aircraft sales, and the business aviation market in general.
Business aviation closed out the year’s first quarter with demand at an all-time high, inventory at an all-time low, and some aircraft transaction values that appeared to be inordinately high. Jay Mesinger, CEO of Mesinger Jet Sales, covers the current market environment.
In view of the increased number of first-time aircraft buyers and companies lifting travel restrictions imposed during the COVID pandemic, we asked David, Mayer, a Partner at the law firm of Shackelford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton, to discuss just “who” gets to fly on aircraft operated by a company.
By all accounts, 2021 was a very active year with respect to aircraft sales. With January 2022 posting an all-time low level of pre-owned inventory, combined with continuing high demand, we asked Jay Mesinger, CEO of Mesinger Jet Sales, to provide his view of the current market.
How will the Business Aviation community secure young business talent – individuals with the baseline marketing, financial, and management skills they can fully develop and become Business Aviation’s future leaders?