If it ain’t brokered, fix it

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Sunday, July 20, 2014 - 11:15am
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"If It Ain't Brokered, Fix It" incorrectly states that Jetcraft has acquired ExecuJet. In fact, Jetcraft has taken over ExecuJet Aircraft Trading, which was the sales arm of the ExecuJet Aviation Group. ExecuJet still offers all its other services, such as FBO, maintenance, charter, aircraft management and completions consulting.

—Juliane von Heimendahl, group marketing and communications manager, ExecuJet Aviation Group, Zurich, Switzerland

The online version of the article has been revised to reflect this correction.—Ed.

 

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Norman breedon
on July 22, 2014 - 8:58pm

I have seen so many businessmen who are, of course, well versed. However, when it comes to aviation they completely ignore the expertise already on their payroll. Why! He is just a pilot. What could he know?
I watched many aircraft purchases that were complete screw-ups for the simple reason that the flight department was ignored.
" I have a friend who knows how to find an aircraft for me."
Many thousands of dollars wasted because of the refusal
to use a competent broker. It is a fact of the business!
Norman Breedon.

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