Spawning from its flagship lineup, the Bombardier Global 6000 offers a perfect mesh of comfort, speed, and range. As of today, there are 14 aircraft available out of 327 in the active fleet. This is roughly 4.3%, which is an increase of 2.5%, or 8 aircraft in the last six months. What was once difficult to get hands on is starting to become available again. Doesn’t this look familiar? It is no question that buying activity has started to slow, and those who are looking to capitalize on elevated pricing have started to grow as we near year end. Driven by an explosion of mid to late model availability, average asking prices have increased by $3.99M since June. With retail sales averaging only 1 aircraft per month, we anticipate this somewhat low-level demand to impact pricing marginally.
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