We provide a comprehensive knowledge of the precise characteristics, performance and operational considerations associated with each model, including engineering and maintenance issues, critical or preferred options, build and maintenance status.
Case Study: Interavia was retained by a Middle East UHNWI to review and evaluate competing Bombardier, Falcon and Gulfstream products against precise requirements. The selected aircraft was then ordered direct from the manufacturer however with extensive negotiation support in respect of required terms, pricing, equipment and cabin options and delivery, against numerous competing 'broker' offerings that did not stand up to close scrutiny. Aircraft purchased and entered service, fully meeting buyer's defined requirements.
Case Study: Interavia was retained by a Russian UHNWI to review and evaluate competing Airbus ACJ and Boeing BBJ models against precise requirements, leading to a new aircraft order with a non-standard yet negotiated structured transaction.
Case Study: Interavia was retained by a purchaser client to review alternative powerplant options for its acquisition from a major aircraft OEM, with the Company sending highly experienced powerplant specialists to the competing engine manufacturer facilities, reviewing and evaluating engine issues as had been experienced globally, and assisting in all phases of subsequent negotiation. Powerplant make & model selected following report and negotiation.
Totally impartial, we are able to advise on these issues, along with true costs of ownership and life cycle costs, identifying the most suitable aircraft for a given operation whether it be commercial or for business use. Having experience of operating many types and models across the globe, our advice is highly relevant to selecting the right aircraft for intended missions.