Flymall April / May Newsletter 2016

Spring is trying make an appearance here in the northeast. We got a taste of it back in March and early April however May has been on the chilly side. Regardless of the weather the team at Flymall.org has been out supporting numerous air-shows, airport open house events, and car & motorcycle shows.  You can visit our appearance schedule to find out where we will be at next.

Aircraft sales are still on the rise. We’re selling more and high end piston singles and they are bringing good money. Click here to view our current used aircraft inventory.  Click here to view our featured used aircraft this month.  We need inventory, so if you have something to sell give us a call.  We can sometimes offer cash for your aircraft.   If you plan to leaseback your aircraft you may find our leaseback calculator useful – click here for our leaseback calculator.

If you are buying or selling you may want an appraisal. The team at Flymall.org is industry trained for appraising classic cars & motorcycles as well as aircraft.  We do numerous warbird appraisals each year.  We average about 100 appraisals each year including rare cars, motorcycles, vintage aircraft, and more. Visit our appraisal page for more information.

As we near the summer months there will be more and more air-shows and classic car & motorcycle shows. You can visit our events calendar to find out what is going on in your area. For the automotive enthusiasts visit our classic car cruise in page to find local car shows and other events.

Harry has also been busy putting the final touches on an aviation degree program to be offered at the flight school he manages. Click here for more details.

Stay tuned for more exciting features coming to Flymall.org in the next few months.

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