How will you know if the plane the broker is trying to sell you is capable to safely operate from the airport you plan on going to? Is the management company you selected really have the infrastructures to give you the best service.
Will the plane you intend to buy soon require expensives upgrades to operate in Europe, Transatlantic route or high level route in the near future?
Do you know what TCAS 7, FANS 1-A, CPDLC are? Will you need it? How much will it cost?
Can you evaluate air crew resumes for suitable qualifications?
There is a lot to know but wether you are a student pilot looking for a tip or about to pull the trigger on a Gulfstream. Chances are my 28 years of aviation experience can be an asset.
Brokers are notorious for quoting aircraft manufacturer performances numbers to select an aircraft. In many case, these figures are not realistic an you could find yourself with too little aircraft for the mission. Unless the broker is motivated by commission. You then get too much plane!
Due to increase in air traffic, some area experience radio congestion. CPDLC is now beeing used for Ground-Air communication. It will be mandatory soon requiering expensive aircraft upgrade.
No... unless you are single with no kids.
Yes, easily. Save yourself some money and google the easy stuff...
They can, but you will potentially pay tens of thousands of dollars a month to these people. A second opinion could be invaluable.