How to sell an owned aircraft

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How to sell an owned aircraft

Postby Fouad457 » 23 Dec 2021 17:13

HI All,

Do you know how to sell an aircraft I own, with the Idea to buy another one ?

@Tom may you can support ?

Foued

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Re: How to sell an owned aircraft

Postby AS 2 Tom Little » 24 Dec 2021 00:36

Hello Fouad,

Unfortunately at this time the system will not allow selling an aircraft, that is a future planned feature. However I wonder, once we implement this feature we would want to make it so another member purchases the aircraft, no "automatic" sales right? We may need to take a vote!

Not sure we have enough membership to support a members only sale, so if we did include an "automatic" sale to the "virtual community" it would be at drastic discount?

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Re: How to sell an owned aircraft

Postby Fouad457 » 24 Dec 2021 18:42

Hi Tom,

Thanks for your reply, I do think that an automatic sales with the proper depreciation plus some kind of -10% sales commision would be a better compromise. there is so many planes for sale and its not from any member but lets say from the "the market" and the "market" should be able to take them back. I think it would give members the flexibility to buy different planes after some time, logicaly as of the real world we should be able to sell what we buy, otherwise there is no point to buy a plane with no option to upgade it, or seek a different type of plane. I am not sure, correct me if I am wrong, its the only way to spend the V money, and planes are pretty expensive, also selling and buying will bring more activities on the GA division.

please consider it :)

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Re: How to sell an owned aircraft

Postby Ken Bolish » 26 Dec 2021 23:08

Tom,
Could you please offer a Cessna Citation Longitude for me to buy. This plane is already in the General Aviation Hanger but it is not for sale There are very few airplanes that work with my flight simulator and this one is one of them. Thanks

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Re: How to sell an owned aircraft

Postby AS 2 Tom Little » 27 Dec 2021 04:51

Ken Bolish wrote:Tom,
Could you please offer a Cessna Citation Longitude for me to buy. This plane is already in the General Aviation Hanger but it is not for sale There are very few airplanes that work with my flight simulator and this one is one of them. Thanks

Hello Ken,

There are none for sale yet because none "exist in the World" - so what you need to do is fly at least one flight by renting it. Be sure to end the flight in the Country you wish the aircraft to be registered to. Once complete with the first flight, you'll notice that a Citation will now "exist" in the World with a registration #. Then the option to purchase will be available.

Start by renting here: http://air-source.us/Operations/asga/vi ... sp?id=1934

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Re: How to sell an owned aircraft

Postby Ken Bolish » 27 Dec 2021 14:00

Thank you very much Tom. Time for me to go flying. :D

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