The Aircraft Ownership Lifecycle

Explore the Five Stages of Aircraft Ownership

Asset Insight Aircraft Lifecycle

Whether you are an aircraft buyer, seller, owner, operator, or user, an experienced industry professional, or someone seeking to join the Business Aviation community, each session is structured to provide timely advice, proven principles, and best practices employed by some of the industry’s most successful organizations, and each episode is presented by an experienced Business Aviation professional.

The Aircraft Ownership Lifecycle

Explore the Five Stages of Aircraft Ownership

Asset Insight Aircraft Lifecycle

Whether you are an aircraft buyer, seller, owner, operator, or user, an experienced industry professional, or someone seeking to join the Business Aviation community, each session is structured to provide timely advice, proven principles, and best practices employed by some of the industry’s most successful organizations, and each episode is presented by an experienced Business Aviation professional.

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Lastest Podcast Episodes

Aircraft Use Policy – Who Gets to Fly on the Company Jet

Aircraft Use Policy – Who Gets to Fly on the Company Jet

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.

Mark Molloy, President, Partners in Aviation

Partners in Aviation – The Managed Co-Ownership Option

Partners In Aviation (PIA) president, Mark Molloy, describes how his company’s Managed Co-Ownership Program matches two owners to one aircraft and pairs them to the appropriate Aircraft Manager. Owners fly their aircraft, on their schedule. However, by cutting acquisition and fixed costs in half, the company contends that its Managed Co-Ownership program provides the lowest net-cost of aircraft ownership while maintaining access comparable to sole-ownership.

Allison McKay, CEO, Women in Aviation International

Women in Aviation International

Allison McKay, CEO of Women in Aviation International, discusses the organization’s history, resources, and the value to a membership that exceeds 14,000 women and men.