Dec 2015 Jan 2016 Newsletter

Flymall Dec 2015/Jan 2016 Newsletter

We continue to see an increase in aircraft sales activity in both the US market and the international market. While many of our aircraft sales clients are repeat buyers/sellers we are also getting many new referrals from banks, finance companies, title companies, etc.  We’ve been able to streamline the aircraft sales process by posting all pertinent information on the Flymall; this includes broker agreements, sales contracts, etc.  We sell aircraft quicker and our process requires less work for both the seller and the buyer.

Our classic/collector car/motorcycle sales are also on the increase. Currently we have a very nice Triumph 650 Tiger for sale.  This bike has won numerous awards at shows in the northeast region.  This would make a nice addition to any collection, to be used as a show bike or a rider.  It is very near a perfect bike.

Harry’s newest adventure with the Washington International Flight Academy has also been very successful. In one recent week we had over 10 applicants take checkrides and all passed on the first attempt.  The checkrides included private pilot, commercial, instrument, and several instructor checkrides.  Harry continues to expand the school and their international students.  He is in the process of securing contracts with a few airlines (domestic and international) to train all of their new hires.

Car show season is just around the corner. Visit Harry’s classic car cruise in page for information on local shows, cruise nights, and more. You can also visit our appearance and schedule page to see when/where Harry will be displaying vehicles from his collection of rare and vintage three wheel vehicles.

Stay tuned for more news in our February 2016 newsletter.

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December 12, 1929: Langley medals go to Adm. Richard E. Byrd for his flight over both poles and posthumously to Charles M. Manly for his pioneer development of airplane engines. The Smithsonian Institution presents the medals "for especially meritorious investigations in connection with the science of aerodromics and its application to aviation." Established in 1908, the award has come to mean the greatest achievement in the science of aeronautics and astronautics.