Guardian Jet Attends 2012 National Aircraft Financing Association Annual Meeting

Guardian Jet’s own Michael Dwyer was one of several key business aviation executives that participated in a panel discussion for the attendees at the National Aircraft Financing Association’s annual meeting last week in Savannah, Georgia. Foreign registered aircraft appears to be in demand, especially those that meet JAR-OPS requirements. Mike Dwyer said he prefers JAR-OPS aircraft because they are better equipped from an avionics viewpoint, insulating buyers from having to spend money to upgrade them in the near-term. “JAR-OPS aircraft meet future U.S. equipage requirements,” he noted, “so having these additional avionics increases their resale value should the buyer want to dispose of the aircraft in another three to five years.”

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