Twinjet sees continuing demand from Mid-East
A major aircraft trading company is seeing a sustained demand for executive jets, as buyers take advantage of competitive prices for new and used executive aircraft.
Twinjet Aircraft Sales said it has not experienced any decline in purchase enquiries over the past six months, attributing the lower prices to a greater availability of new and used executive jets during the economic downturn.
John Keeble, Chairman of Twinjet Aircraft Sales, said: “Now is the time to buy, and this is reflected in the many purchase enquiries we’re receiving every day. Despite the economic downturn, buyers with liquidity are finding bargains, and this is keeping the market buoyant.
“For the first time in many years, new aircraft are available with minimal lead times and without paying a premium, and there are greater numbers of pre-owned aircraft available keeping values competitive,” he added.
Twinjet has received purchasing enquiries from around the globe, with a high proportion from Africa and the Middle East. In recent months, it has purchased new and pre-owned Challenger and Hawker aircraft worth over $40 million on behalf of its clients.
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