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Jetquity puts Protect Program to Jetcraft clients
The residual value programme safeguards against market volatility; owners select a programme duration from one to 10 years and are offered an end of term minimum exit price for their aircraft for a single premium.
The Protect Program is about instilling confidence and clarity in aircraft ownership by letting owners know their exit price.

Jetquity is to offer its residual value programme to clients of aircraft sales, acquisitions and trading company Jetcraft. The Protect Program is designed to provide aircraft owners with a clear exit strategy by stipulating the exact exit price of their aircraft.

Asad Rahman, Jetquity CEO, says: “The Protect Program is about instilling confidence and clarity in aircraft ownership. By letting owners know their exit price, we're revolutionising the buying and selling process in the aviation world. As part of our objective to align with the most esteemed names in business aviation, we're thrilled to partner with Jetcraft as the first aviation specialist to bring the Protect Program to its clientele.”

Jetcraft owner and board chair Jahid Fazal-Karim adds: “Today's pre-owned jet marketplace is extremely complex, and at Jetcraft we're committed to harnessing innovative technology to benefit our clients. Through Jetquity's Protect Program, we're offering our customers the peace of mind that comes with knowing their aircraft's future resale value and, when they are ready to sell their investment, access to Jetcraft's market-leading intelligence and strategic financing solutions to support even the most complex of transactions.”

Launched in spring 2023, Jetquity's residual value Protect Program is designed to safeguard a client's business jet investment against market volatility. Owners are able to select the duration of the programme from one to 10 years and are offered an end of term minimum exit price for their aircraft as part of a single premium. The integration of the Protect Program into service offerings sets new standards in the aviation landscape, promising a streamlined, transparent and enhanced buying and selling experience for business aircraft owners worldwide.

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