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The McKay method is a systematic process for managing the purchase, registration, delivery, and transfer of ownership of aircraft, as well as the potential repossession of them. This includes reviewing records and inspecting the aircraft to ensure the accuracy of appraisals and assessments, such as depreciation calculations for financing. The goal of these services is to provide a thorough evaluation of the aircraft.
Let's discuss in person the characteristics your prospective private plane must have, including the way it should be operated.
Der McKay Unternehmenszweck in Kürze:
In a nutshell, the purpose of the McKay business:
All dies gemäß dem McKay-Credo:
All this according to the McKay Credo:
„Sei wahrhaftig — arbeite mit Bedacht und schaue auf das Ergebnis.“
„Be true — work wisely and look to the outcome.“
Rachel's Opinion“Inventory of pre-owned business aircraft is rising, while values are declining”
" Up to December 2022, the number of pre-owned business aircraft has been slowly increasing. As a result, asking prices have stabilized, and some are even going down. It is crucial for sellers to stay informed of current value trends and adjust their expectations accordingly. Even though there is a lot of interest in pre-owned business jets, sellers need to be aware of the growing competition and the possibility that the value of their jets will drop in the near future. It is important for sellers to be prepared to adapt as market conditions change."
Rachel McKay, January15th, 2023
" Assessing the value of an aircraft is a complex and specialized task that requires a thorough understanding of the industry and access to current market information. The current market conditions, which have been affected by the aftermath of COVID-19, developing conflicts, and inflation, make pricing an aircraft particularly challenging. It requires taking into account various factors such as the expectations of sellers and buyers, as well as a comprehensive understanding of the market. A successful aircraft appraiser must not only possess technical expertise but also possess perseverance and a commitment to staying informed about market trends. Without these attributes, it can be difficult to provide consistent and accurate appraisals over time."