Business jet

Six Things You Should Know About Selling Your Aircraft

This is an excerpt from:
” A Guide to Sales Success in a Challenging Economy; Six Things You Should Know About Selling Your Aircraft”
that I contributed to. The entire guide is available for download at Taylor Greenwood Photography’s website.
Introduction – What sells a Private Jet or Helicopter?
An aircraft will sell itself, if it is […]

Gulfstream 650

Above are Gulfstream 650 exterior rendings by one of the IAS design team. The IAS team of “World Class” designers can help you with your Gulfstream 650.  We also have the operational expertise to  help  with selecting the options and negotiate the contract.  Prior to meeting your friendly Gulfstream sales person contact IAS ,we […]

Learjet Series Update

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IAS and Prive’ International form an alliance

Integral Aviation Solutions is pleased to announce that they will serve as in house aviation consultants for Prive’ International offering their members private jet and helicopter acquisition, completion and operational consulting.

The IAS team has been chosen to operate aircraft for private owners, corporations, celebrities and even celebrity Billionaires for over 25 years.

Privé International offers […]

January 15th, 2010|Categories: Aircraft Management, Aviation Consultancy, Business jet|Tags: , |Comments Off on IAS and Prive’ International form an alliance

“Flying Home” Palm Beach Illustrated

Integral Aviation Solutions was featured in Palm Beach Illustrated this month. Please click on each picture or download PDF.

MEL’s Minimum Equipment List : Use or Abuse

Minimum Equipment Lists: For those of you not familiar with them,  is a document submitted by the operator and approved  the Air Agency (FAA in the US). All airlines and most corporate aircraft have them.  The purpose intially, was to fly an aircraft with an inoperative component back to base where repairs can be […]

Unique Paint Scheme on Boeing 737 / Boeing BBJ

I spotted this aircraft in Edinburgh, Scotland and want to share it with my readers. It’s very refreshing to see something this unique and bold.

Learjet 31

The Learjet Model 31 is, arguably, the ultimate realization of the original Learjet series Essentially combining the fuselage and engines of the model 35/36 with the “Longhorn” wing of the 28, 29 and 50 models, results in performance which is equaled by few aircraft. Normal cruise altitudes range from 41,000 to 47,000 feet and […]

August 18th, 2009|Categories: Aircraft Management, Business jet, Learjet|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Learjet 31

BBJs(Boeing 737) nose to nose in KEWR (Newark, New Jersey USA)

The BBJ’s are back in Town

You can now acquire A Boeing Business Jet without the previously required 3 to 5 year waiting period. Being an aviation consultant having extensive experience with the Boeing Business Jet also known as a Boeing 737. I keep my finger on the pulse of the BBJ market place and feel now […]

IAS posts new : Aircraft Completion Project Management Scope of Service

Overall aircraft completion program management consists of monitoring the critical path schedule, participating in vendor and program reviews, and proactively identifying and solving major issues before they manifest themselves. Close attention is paid to quality, cost and schedule when dealing with any issue, including Change Orders.

Although each project is very different from start to […]