Conclusion

Scott F. Smith
sfsmith@oaktoninternational.com


 

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Cash Flow Analysis
Conclusion

Leasing back an aircraft to an FBO is a tough business to be in. If you lease back a historic aircraft to a flight school, be prepared to cover high costs up front, and then paying for an annual every 100 hours which can run as high as a $1000, but can be reduced to around $500 if the owner assists.

My conclusion is that leasing an aircraft back to a commercial flight school/operation is the way to go if you want to try and break even. Profit? Well.....

After adding the IFR Certified GPS the price is now $65 net to owner, but it really needs be at $72. Stay tuned.....

 

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