2003 Cirrus SR22 GTS

Why You Should Consider Leasing The 2003 Cirrus SR22 GTS

GO Air Brokerage is a premier aircraft leasing company that offers top-of-the-line planes for lease. One of our most popular options is the 2003 Cirrus SR22 GTS – a top-tier aircraft now available for sale! With a robust Continental engine generating 310 horsepower, this aircraft offers exceptional performance and reliability. Its spacious cabin, with a width of 49 inches and a height of 50 inches, provides comfort for both pilots and passengers alike. With a maximum cruise speed of 183 KTAS and a climb rate of 1270 ft/min, the Cirrus SR22 GTS is perfect for both short hops and long journeys. Contact us today to seize the opportunity to own this outstanding aircraft and experience the thrill of flying in style and comfort!

In this article, we will explore why you should consider leasing this plane from GO Air Brokerage.

Understanding Aircraft Leasing

Aircraft leasing is a common practice in the aviation industry, but many people may not fully understand what it entails. In simple terms, aircraft leasing refers to the process of renting an aircraft from one party (lessor) to another (lessee). The lessor retains ownership of the aircraft while the lessee pays for its use over a specified period of time. This arrangement allows companies or individuals who do not want to purchase an entire aircraft to still have access to one for their transportation needs.

When considering aircraft acquisition options, it’s essential to understand the distinctions between buying, renting, and leasing. Each approach offers its own set of advantages and considerations, catering to different needs and preferences. 

Buying an aircraft involves acquiring ownership of the asset outright. This typically entails a significant upfront investment, as well as ongoing costs such as maintenance, insurance, hangar fees, and depreciation. While ownership provides full control and customization options, it also entails responsibilities for upkeep and resale value.

Renting an aircraft involves paying for short-term use of the aircraft, typically on an hourly or daily basis. Rental options are often available through flight schools, FBOs (Fixed-Base Operators), or aircraft rental companies. Renting provides flexibility and convenience, allowing individuals to access aircraft without the commitment of ownership.

Leasing occupies a middle ground between buying and renting, offering the benefits of ownership without the full financial commitment. With a lease agreement, individuals or businesses can access an aircraft for a predetermined period, typically paying monthly lease payments in exchange for use of the aircraft. Leasing offers a balanced approach to aircraft acquisition, providing accessibility, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness without the full commitment of ownership. 

Types of Aircraft Leases:

There are two main types of leases when it comes to aircraft ownership:

  • Operating Lease – This type of lease is similar to renting a car on a long-term basis. The lessee pays a monthly fee for using the aircraft without any commitment beyond that agreed-upon period.
  • Finance Lease – Also known as capital lease, this type involves longer-term agreements with fixed payments towards eventual ownership transfer at the end of the lease term.

Benefits of Leasing:

  • Cost Savings:

Leasing an aircraft can offer significant cost savings compared to purchasing a new aircraft outright. When you lease an aircraft, you avoid the hefty upfront costs associated with buying, such as the initial purchase price and taxes. Additionally, leasing typically involves lower monthly payments compared to financing a purchase, making it more financially manageable in the short term.

Leasing an aircraft can also yield savings on insurance premiums. Since the lessor retains ownership of the aircraft, they are typically responsible for insuring it, alleviating the burden on the lessee. This can result in lower insurance costs compared to if you were to purchase and insure the aircraft yourself. Also, by leasing instead of buying, you don’t have to worry about the aircraft’s declining value, as you’re simply paying for its use during the lease term without bearing the long-term ownership risks.

  • Flexibility:

Leasing offers unparalleled flexibility compared to purchasing an aircraft outright. One significant aspect of this flexibility is lease duration. Unlike ownership, where you’re committed to the aircraft for the long term, leasing allows you to choose a lease term that suits your needs, whether it’s for a few months, a year, or longer. This flexibility enables you to adapt to changes in your flying requirements or financial situation without being tied down to a single aircraft.

Leasing often includes the option to upgrade to a newer model at the end of the lease term. This means you can continually access the latest advancements in aircraft technology and safety features without the hassle or expense of selling or trading in your current aircraft. Upgrading provides peace of mind knowing that you’re flying a modern, reliable aircraft that meets your evolving needs.

  • Access To High-Quality Aircraft:

At GO Air Brokerage, we pride ourselves on offering only the highest quality aircraft for lease. When you lease through us, you can rest assured that you’re flying a well-maintained, top-of-the-line aircraft that meets the highest safety standards. The 2003 Cirrus SR22 GTS, in particular, is renowned for its advanced avionics systems and cutting-edge safety features, ensuring a smooth and secure flying experience.

Our commitment to quality means you can fly with confidence, knowing that your aircraft has undergone rigorous inspections and maintenance checks to ensure optimal performance and reliability. Whether you’re a seasoned pilot or new to aviation, our high-quality aircraft provide peace of mind and unmatched comfort in the skies.

  • Tax Benefits:

Leasing an aircraft through a reputable brokerage company like GO Air Brokerage may offer potential tax benefits for lessees. While tax laws and regulations vary depending on your location and individual circumstances, leasing an aircraft can sometimes result in tax deductions or credits that offset some of the leasing costs.

Common tax deductions associated with leasing an aircraft may include deductions for lease payments, insurance premiums, and maintenance expenses. These deductions can help reduce your overall tax liability, providing additional savings and financial incentives for leasing an aircraft.

However, it’s essential to consult with a qualified tax professional or financial advisor to understand the specific tax implications of leasing an aircraft in your situation. They can provide personalized guidance and advice based on your individual tax situation and help you maximize any available tax benefits associated with aircraft leasing.

  • Hassle-Free Maintenance:

When you lease an aircraft with GO Air Brokerage, you can enjoy hassle-free maintenance throughout the lease period. Our experienced team handles all maintenance needs, including routine inspections, repairs, and servicing, ensuring that your aircraft remains in peak condition at all times.

We understand that aircraft maintenance can be complex and time-consuming, which is why we take care of everything for you. From scheduled maintenance tasks to unexpected repairs, our dedicated maintenance team ensures that your aircraft is always airworthy and ready for your next flight.

In addition to maintenance services, GO Air Brokerage also offers comprehensive support services to enhance your leasing experience further. Whether you need assistance with flight planning, logistics, or regulatory compliance, our knowledgeable team is here to help every step of the way, providing personalized support and guidance tailored to your needs.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to own this exceptional aircraft. Contact us today to schedule a viewing or learn more about the 2003 Cirrus SR22 GTS for sale. Fly high with confidence in the Cirrus SR22 GTS – where safety meets performance!