So you finally received your brand new private aircraft and you’re anxious to take it on its first trip. We’ve been in the same position before and completely understand your enthusiasm. However, have you secured and taking care of the necessary precautions before jumping into your jet for takeoff? Do you have a crew that is regularly scheduled for cleaning and fixing of parts? If you answered no to those questions then it’s extremely important that you align yourself with a management crew that will take care of these things for you.
There are times where your private jet needs to have its internal parts clean for optimal performance. They’re also times where your aircraft needs to be deiced so that it can prepare for its next take off. In those cases you’re most likely going to be dealing with dry ice blasting or what is also known as co2 blasting.
This is a cleaning method that uses carbon dioxide pellets that explode on contact and help remove varying levels of dirt and debris. Having a contractor like this on hand is very necessary to ensure timely flights and overall working order of your jet.
Aviation / Automotive Repair
When you buy a private jet on sale or lease, aside from keeping your aircraft clean and fresh on the outside it’s very important to make sure that everything is functioning correctly on the inside. Having a dedicated service technician within your team is also vital to being an aircraft owner. Regular maintenance checks are necessary to ensure that you are abiding by the regulations given throughout the aviation industry.
Certification & Regulations
Aside from the above important elements of private jet ownership you need to ensure that you or your management company is qualified with the proper certifications and skills. If you fail to abide by these strict guidelines, then there is a large chance you will no longer have a private jet to operate.
Take care of these elements before getting behind the wheel of any plane that you purchase for personal or business use. Abiding by the rules will keep you safe and allow for a long lasting aircraft operation.