Jet Linx has the tools you need to find the perfect aircraft, starting with our online Aircraft Marketplace! Browse jets currently on the market and connect with trusted aircraft brokers through our online platform.
“The aircraft marketplace is a great first step to get a feel for what is available on the market,” noted Ray Bennett, Jet Linx Aviation Vice President of Sales. First launched in 2014, the marketplace has continued to grow and evolve with the technology available on the world wide web. This includes expanded photo galleries for each listing. “Our current marketplace has a huge focus on visuals and photography,” Bennett continued. “Each listing is stocked with images of the aircraft interior and exterior, so viewers can get a good feel for the aircraft – virtually ‘kick the tires.'”
The marketplace makes it easy to connect with the listing broker. With the completion of a simple form, you’ll be on the way to learning more
about the aircraft that peak your interest. “Jet Linx is in the fortunate position of having an extensive network of trusted, professional broker partners,” Bennett explained. “In our nearly two decades of business, we have learned a lot about the importance of a quality broker, and we are thrilled to include their listings on our Marketplace as a first step toward aircraft ownership.”
Jet Linx is also a member of NARA, the National Aircraft Resale Association. This membership reflects that Jet Linx has passed a rigorous application process, one that assures only the most respected and experienced aircraft brokers or dealers are accepted to membership (currently limited to only 100 companies). “Our NARA membership reflects the way we do business,” Bennett stated. “We will always conduct ourselves honorably and will always represent the best interests of our clients. This commitment starts with the Marketplace and continues through acquisition and management of the asset.”
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May seat up to seven passengers, more comfortable for six or fewer passengers. Typically avoids a fuel stop on flights less than 1350 miles. An enclosed lavatory that doubles as a seat. Small beverage center.
May seat up to eight passengers, more comfortable for seven or fewer passengers. Typically avoids a fuel stop on flights less than 2000 miles. Includes an enclosed lavatory. Full/partial galley. Standing room cabin.
Seats up to nine passengers, but maximum guaranteed passenger count is eight. Typically avoids a fuel stop on flights less than 3500 miles. Includes an enclosed lavatory. Full/partial galley. Standing room cabin.
Seats up to 12 passengers, but maximum guaranteed passenger count is ten. Typically avoids a fuel stop on flights less than 3500 miles. Contains a fully-equipped galley, enclosed lavatory, and cabin attendant. Standing room cabin/luxury cabin.