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Costly Assumptions

Costly Assumptions

As a fractional share owner, you don’t want to hear that your aircraft share value has diminished, especially if you are about to exit the program.

If the exit value is much lower than you expected, you may wonder whether someone made an error. As you re-read your contract, you’ll see the term “Fair Market Value.” You might be surprised to learn how – and by whom – Fair Market Value is determined.

Dan Dugger tells business jet and turboprop fractional share owners how to avoid “reverse sticker shock.”

Tried & True: The Hawker 800XP

Tried & True: The Hawker 800XP

Given the current market conditions and abundant available inventory, the Hawker 800XP is quite a compelling buy. Learn more.

Fractional Russian Roulette

Fractional Russian Roulette

Let's face it. The holidays are not for the faint of heart. Not only do our calendars crunch and wallets cringe, but coordinating travel can be gruesome. Even for the elite club of fractional owners, the holidays prove to be a challenging time to hit high altitudes. In this article, Fractrade shows you how to overcome. 

A Showdown: Piaggio Avanti vs. Beechcraft King Air

A Showdown: Piaggio Avanti vs. Beechcraft King Air

When it comes to turboprops, the Piaggio Avanti and King Air are commonly rivals. Aircraft Expert Dan Dugger uses a comparative analysis to prove the Piaggio surpasses the King Air when it comes to things like comfort and efficiency.