When Are You Ready for Your Own Jet?

Business Jet Traveler » June 2013
When are you ready for your own jet?  (Illustration: John T. Lewis)
Financial risk is measured a lot more easily than some less tangible benefits of bizjet ownership. But even that has its emotional component. (Illustration: John T. Lewis)
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“When Are You Ready for Your Own Jet?” [June/July 2013] is a great article that addresses exactly how I feel. On paper, I don’t fly enough for it to make sense for me to do more than charter. But I just want it.

Tom Dorsey (posted on bjtonline.com)

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T Gonzalez
on June 25, 2013 - 1:50pm

Yeah, I'm ready to own a jet; however I also ready for a large deposit into my bank account. I won't get upset if anyone, corporation or country makes a deposit into it. Ha, Ha, Ha.... Praise the Lord.

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Tom Dorsey
on June 25, 2013 - 2:53pm

Mark, great article and addresses exactly how I feel. On paper I don't fly enough to make more sense than charter. But I just want it.

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