Private Jets for Sale under 1 millionfor sale below 1 Mio.
4 million US dollars.
$150 million, would it be too much to buy a private plane?
There' s no number that is too much for a private plane because there is always a way to get more, but $150 million is certainly on the high end. For me myself, I wouldn't want to be in the skies so much, but if you need it, it might be a good idea for you to use a M650.
It is a very costly plane that would consume a sizeable amount of your money - but still only about 1/3 of it (e.g. about 50 million dollars). That way I know that $150MM burns a little bit of a pit in your bag - but you'd still only really need $20MM or so for your deposit.
I would say you could pay $120MM for a Boeing BBJ Max 9 with a really breathtaking (and abnormally expensive) cabin outfit. Had I an indefinite purse, I wouldn't even have spent nearly $150 million on a private plane. They can get some very, very beautiful and pretty young planes for nearer to $10MM.
In addition to the starting rate, you will need to have an insurer, a minimum of 2/3 pilot and 2 cabin attendant crews, a hangar to maintain the aircraft and maintain it, FBO and car park costs if you are not near the airfield, petrol and food, and airway taxes. That' s an annual equivalent of 10 to 15 million pounds on one year, according to use.
Personal I would rent an airplane as needed, then you can have the passengers payload, cruising distance and airplane sizing. We have many miniature airplanes from 1-5 million and many more 10 seats costing 10-15 million. Midsize airplanes from Bombardier, Embraer and Gulfstream are costing $50 million.
Then there are the jet planes, which you can't buy. If your net assets exceed $150M, you can buy a private individual. Now, you have to wonder if it makes much point how much you're gonna fly? Would you like to rent your plane?
Remember the fix price for ownership of an airplane. Let's just take your 4 largest overheads. $390,000 a year and the plane didn't even move. If you don't fly much, it is better to hire a plane from someone who has already paid these expenses. for about $3,000 an hour.
That' 130 flight hour and they bought the gas. There' s a good excuse why older jets are cheaper. You may need costly upgrade of your electronics. I need you to find out how much it costs to let him fly. When you are serious about your purchase, you can definitely engage an aerospace advisor to determine the costs involved on the basis of your expected use patterns.
Like others, have pointed out other choices such as fractional property, chip map, or on-demand chart. The BCA Operations Planning Guide provides information on the different new and old jets, as well as their respective structures. With a twinkle in their eyes, they are costly to operate and, even if you stop to fly, the expenses are insurances, maintenance work ( no, servicing doesn't stop when the plane is parked), storage, tax.... it's not difficult to pay $10,000 to $100,000 a months for a plane that goes nowhere.