Experts' Corner


Five Engine Items to Understand When Purchasing an Aircraft

January 03, 2017

This article appeared in the February issue of AvBuyer Magazine. You can find a link to that here.


Overhaul or Upgrade? The King Air 200, B200 and B200GT

December 01, 2016

By Mike Saathoff Director of Sales Operations & Engine and Accessory Sales


Maximizing Cabinet Space

November 01, 2016

Maximizing Cabinet Space By Adam Doyle, Paint & Interior Manager, Elliott Aviation


Five Practical Tips to Keeping Avionics Upgrades Simple

October 01, 2016

By Conrad Theisen, Director of Avionics Sales at Elliott Aviation


Interior Refurbishment with Resale in Mind

June 02, 2016

By Adam Doyle Paint and Interior Manager – Elliott Aviation


Taking out the Guesswork

May 02, 2016

By Adam Doyle Paint and Interior Sales Manager for Elliott Aviation


Using Your Skills to Overcome New Challenges

April 04, 2016

By Greg Feuerbach - Jet Service Center Crew Chief for Elliott Aviation A quality maintenance team has experienced and reliable technicians who have the knowledge to understand the basics of aircraft maintenance. The challenge comes when you transfer these fundamental skills to a new airframe. Just like basic car components are similar in all makes and models, the way a manufacturer assembles them and the types of parts they use and tools required could be dramatically different. The same...


Get In on ADS-B Out!

March 03, 2016

By Conrad Theisen – Director of Avionics Sales for Elliott Aviation


Economic and Functional Obsolescence Part 3

January 18, 2016

Can You Fly Away Smiling in an Older Airplane? By Jim Becker - Accredited Senior Appraiser


Economic & Functional Obsolescence Part 2

December 18, 2015

Upgrading older aircraft makes sense for many operators… Last month, Elliott Aviation’s Jim Becker discussed economic and functional obsolescence as it applies to older corporate aircraft. Can it make economic sense to invest an amount in an aircraft exceeding its market value?