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Green Charter 2022
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Skyservice finds motivated buyers for light jets
During the pandemic, Skyservice has been providing complimentary aircraft consultations to aircraft owners looking to right-size their aircraft based on current and future need, selling several aircraft in the process.

Canada's Skyservice Business Aviation is reporting record activity for light jet and turboprop aircraft, having sold seven aircraft over the past 12 weeks. Skyservice is the exclusive dealer for HondaJet in Canada and one of the largest aircraft brokerage firms in the country.

“Light jet and turboprops are in high demand as they have lower operating costs relative to other business jet options,” states Lyne Barbeau, VP of business aviation. “Business aviation provides a safer, more convenient means of transportation, attributes that are highly sought after in today's pandemic environment.”

Skyservice is an accredited dealer and a member of the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA), the global standards body for aircraft brokerage.

“Our sales team leverages our depth of knowledge across the organisation to bring unparalleled expertise to the sales and acquisition process for our clients,” comments Benjamin Murray, president and COO of Skyservice. “From the initial discussions of aircraft ownership to the investment and management of the aircraft, our team delivers industry-leading value to the customer.”

During the pandemic, Skyservice provided complimentary aircraft consultations to aircraft owners looking to right-size their aircraft based on current and future needs.