You can’t turn back hours on an aircraft just like you can’t turn back miles on a car. You can, however, help overcome higher total time with price and pedigree.
We are proud to exclusively represent for immediate sale two great Falcon 2000s, Serial Numbers 19 & 31. Both aircraft have been owned since new by one U.S. Fortune 25 company with an established first-class Part 91 flight department. They are used to support domestic corporate travel needs where dispatch reliability and safety are mission critical. And, there is a no-expense spared approach to maintenance.
The operator of these aircraft has an incredibly capable and sophisticated in-house maintenance team and larger inspections are primarily performed at either Dassault Aviation or Duncan Aviation. In 2014 and 2015 respectively for S/N’s 19 & 31, Duncan Aviation complied with the 3C inspection packages, landing gear detailed inspections, wing tank modification “dry bay mod” and new paint. As always, when we listed these aircraft for sale, our technical director spent several days in our client’s hangar reading all of the logbooks from day one to present and looking at each aircraft. The logs are in great condition. All 8130s, tags and associated documentation are kept with their applicable logbook entry, all historical work order detail is available and everything is in good order. There is no finer pedigree in the world than what you get with these two Falcon 2000s.
Our client is selling these aircraft as part of a fleet transition and the replacement aircraft have already been acquired. They understand the competitive market and are ready to be competitive within it as our asking price demonstrates. These are great aircraft and they will represent a great value for a buyer. As my father always says, “don’t just buy a cheap airplane because it is cheap, buy a great airplane and make a great buy.”