“You’re absolutely right—and you can’t stand up in your [expletive] Rolls-Royce, either.”
Data about hundreds of jets, turboprops and helicopters.
As soon as its first owner departs from the manufacturer’s delivery center, a new airplane technically becomes used (or preowned). For various reasons, however, 10 years after an aircraft’s final production date is generally considered the milestone separating “newer” used business aircraft from “older” ones.
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