Our Commission Rates / Fees

Our Commission Rates / Fees

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Our commission fees are as follows:

For aircraft up to $200,000.00 USD a fee of 8 percent of the selling price will be charged to the seller for brokering your aircraft.

For aircraft over $200,000.00 USD a 6 percent fee is charged for brokering your aircraft.

For multi-million dollar aircraft to act as a buyer’s agent or broker the fee is between .5 percent up to 3 percent (of actual sale price of aircraft) depending on price of aircraft, amount of work involved, and other responsibilities written into the agreement.

For clients that want to sell your aircraft yourself you can still utilize the features and benefits of the Flymall via one of the two options listed below.

Option 1 - Flymall.org charges $35 per month to list your aircraft on our web site. This includes our team handling all inquiries and assisting in the closing/settlement arrangements.

Option 2 - Flymall.org charges a one time fee of $90 to list your aircraft on our web site. We will post your contact information with the ad and instruct buyers to contact you for additional information.

When your aircraft is listed on our web site (for either $35 or $90) we can include as many pictures and/or video as you want to post. We can also list any documents that you feel are necessary to help sell the aircraft.


The above fees are guidelines. Kraemer Aviation Services and Flymall.org have the right to deviate and/or change our fees as needed.
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Today in Aviation History
May 25, 1927: Lt. James A. Doolittle files the first outside loop in a Curtiss P-1-B pursuit plane at McCook Field. Starting at an altitude of 8000 ft Doolittle pointed the nose of the a/c down and describes a circle of 2000 ft diameter, leveling out at his original altitude. At the bottom of the circle, flying inverted, it is estimated that his a/c was traveling at 280 mph. The outside loop had not been previously attempted because of fear that the a/c would disintegrate. [Note: French pilot Pegoud is purported to have performed outside loops prior to this date.]