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Premier fleet update is a first for Aerocor
There was very little information available on the Beechcraft Premier I/IA fleet when Aerocor started its latest project. It now knows a good deal more about utilisation, programme status, factory options and upgrades.
The Aerocor Premier fleet update is a follow up to the company's Premier buyer's guide and Premier market updates.

Aerocor, a light jet brokerage based in Henderson, Nevada, has released the world's first Beechcraft Premier I/IA fleet update. The report contains results from the company's recent fleet survey, which included questions about aircraft utilisation, programme status, factory options and relevant upgrades. The survey was conducted during October and November of 2020 and received participation from 28 per cent of the active fleet.

“There was very little information available on the state of the Premier fleet,” notes Gavin Woodman, Aerocor co-founder and president. “Fleet data is incredibly valuable. For operators, it provides the context to assess the value of available upgrades. For buyers and sellers, it provides a basis for comparing aircraft available in the marketplace.”

The Aerocor Premier fleet update is a follow up to the company's Premier buyer's guide and Premier market updates. Woodman says that the company will conduct annual surveys of the Premier fleet, incorporating new upgrades, STCs and other relevant changes as they occur. “It's one more step toward closing the information gap left when the manufacturer ceased production and gives prospective buyers and sellers a competitive edge,” he concludes.

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