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Rationality in an irrational market

Rationality in an irrational market

Mike McCracken, president of Hawkwye Aircraft Acquisitions, argues that the pre-owned aircraft is ruled by human behaviour rather than pure economic theory. And that back-t0-back deals damage the market.   In the standard economic model, markets should perform rationally.  The assumption

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Hawkeye Aircraft expands into niche aircraft brokerage for discerning clients

Hawkeye Aircraft expands into niche aircraft brokerage for discerning clients

Safety Harbor, Fla., September 4, 2018 – Hawkeye Aircraft Acquisitions announced that they are expanding their service offerings. They will now offer niche aircraft brokerage services as a stand-alone product. “When we started Hawkeye Aircraft Acquisitions, our intent was to be

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Time bandits

Time bandits

Mike McCracken, the founder of Hawkeye Aircraft Acquisitions, has been selling aircraft for 37 years and still loves it. But he is trying to change the few things that get him very angry. One of his biggest frustrations is how

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Mike McCracken, Hawkeye Aircraft Aquisitions

Mike McCracken, Hawkeye Aircraft Aquisitions

Mike McCracken is a seasoned US aircraft and re-opened Hawkeye Aircraft Aquisitions in mid-2014 after leaving his position at Embraer. Why did you become an aircraft broker? “I became an aircraft broker /acquisitions agent after many years of seeing people

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Hawkeye Aircraft Aquisitions re-opens as boutique brokerage

Hawkeye Aircraft Aquisitions re-opens as boutique brokerage

Hawkeye Aircraft Aquisitions aims to be a highly-personalised business jet brokerage. Hawkeye Aircraft Aquisitions in Tampa, Florida has re-opened as a boutique business jet brokerage focusing on aircraft acquisitions, marketing and consulting. After a brief stint in Embraer’s US sales

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Leading brokers say jet maintenance programmes add value

Over 96% of aircraft brokers say they would advise new aircraft buyers to enrol their business jet on either both an hourly engine maintenance programme and an hourly airframe programme or at the very least an engine maintenance programme, as was revealed in a survey conducted by Corporate Jet Investor.

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