Prospective aircraft buyers usually look for available private jets for sale by searching the internet, gathering information on various aircraft and their performance characteristics and on condition, age, price and other information about specific jets for sale. Most private airplane buyers use standard phrases like: "private jets for sale", "private jets on sale" or "private jets on market" for their search.
Some prefer more specific terms that may include a manufacturer’s name along with the aircraft model number and configuration features such as a particular upgraded avionics package. Searching for aircraft for sale online using very specific terms may miss some listings due to variations in identification, for example “Gulfstream G550” vs. “Gulfstream G-550.” More inclusive searches, such as “Gulfstream, Large Cabin jet” yield more results.Jet aircraft for sale are also displayed on the Web sites of the brokers that represent the aircraft, but potential buyers typically want to see a broad list of private jets for sale, rather than be limited to one particular broker's inventory or their exclusive offerings. As with any major purchase, private aircraft buyers want to be sure they’re seeing all the available private jets for sale that meet their criteria, regardless of the broker or listing agent, so that they can compare the price, configuration and condition of all such currently available private jets for sale worldwide.
The reality of the Web is that it provides a very incomplete picture of private jets for sale or the private jet marketplace. In the last few years the pre-owned aircraft market has changed significantly; the values of aircraft change more quickly and the prices shown on the Web bear little relation to what such aircraft actually sell for. A majority of the best aircraft for sale never appear on the Internet, as they’re bought and sold among brokers for their clients without ever being listed for sale. Many buyers who plunge into the market without the help of an expert advisor may not even have properly identified the best airplane for their needs and a buyer can make a great deal on the wrong airplane.
Our President, John Grillo, will take the time to understand the buyer's specific needs and preferences to be able to present the best value private aircrafts that fulfill the buyer's needs and offer the best value for the buyer's dollars. EFI has made it their goal to become the most trusted advisor to the buyer to not only present the currently available aircraft on the market, but to assist in negotiating the deal, recommending legal and tax advisors, aircraft inspection specialists, suitable FBO facilities and any other services to assist in consummating the best possible deal for the aircraft purchase.
Shows and expos EFI regularly attends
NBAA Regional forums bring current and prospective aircraft owners, operators, manufacturers, customers and industry personnel together for one-day events at three of the best airports and FBOs in America. Regional forums mix exhibits, static displays of aircraft and education sessions to introduce business aviation to local officials and prospective owners and operators and to address any current issues in the regions.
This year we will be attending
- The 2019 ACSF Symposium: Ashburn, Virginia.
- The Concours D'Elegance in Monterey, California.
- The Morristown Regional Forum in New Jersey.
- The NBAA Annual Conference: Las Vegas, NV.
- The Regional Forum: West Palm Beach, Florida.
- The NBAA Schedulers and Dispatch Conference: Long Beach, California.
- The NBAA Schedulers and Dispatch Conference: Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas.
- The Regional Forum: White Plains, New York (one of our 3 main airports).
- The NATA Annual Conference: New Orleans, LA.
- The Regional Forum: in San Jose, California.
ACSF (Air Charter Safety Foundation) symposiums are annual gatherings of the air charter and business aviation industry leaders where current and emerging safety challenges are reviewed and discussed.