Deciding on owning, renting or leasing business jets

06/22/2010 | Forbes

Business owners considering business jets should look at the costs of four options: purchase of a jet card, charter, fractional ownership and private ownership. The choice between renting, leasing or owning business jets depends on the number of hours the business jet will be used. Owning a business jet is more cost-effective once the business reaches 240 hours of flight-time per year, according to Jeremy Cox, vice president at JetBrokers.

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