1. Do A Cost-Benefit Analysis. A private plane will likely cost millions, so aviation experts suggest that 350 to 400 hours of flight time per year usually justifies full ownership of a jet, according to General Aviation Services, a private aircraft seller.
2. Calculate Your Needs. Private jets come in three sizes: small, medium, and big. New vs. used.
3. Go Find A Plane! Usually, a consultant helps with the search.
4. Now Take It For A Test Drive
5. Get An Inspection. Before you pull the trigger on a