Aircraft Report for GULFSTREAM GV

Last Located in Sterling, Virginia 20166

First collected 53 weeks ago

Last Listed Price: Not Listed

Price Evaluation: No Price Evaluation Available
Price Estimate: $4,430,007

Predicted Price Confidence: Less Confident

Typical List Price Range: $2,790,982 - $6,641,301

Market Context
  • Number of similar currently available aircraft: 37
  • Number of similar registered aircraft: 329

Registration Number: N90JE
Total Time: 8,699
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Average

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 0
FAA Registrations for N-Number: 5
FAA Incidents for N-Number: 1

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Registration History for n90je






N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N90JE GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-V 552 NORTH SALT LAKE, UT Aircraft registered to TVPX AIRCRAFT SOLUTIONS INC TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2015-10-16, expiration date 2023-12-31, serial number 552. 2021-03-09
N90JE GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-V 552 NORTH SALT LAKE, UT Aircraft registered to TVPX AIRCRAFT SOLUTIONS INC TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2015-10-16, expiration date 2023-12-31, serial number 552. 2020-12-30
N90JE GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-V 552 NEW HILL, NC Aircraft registered to PEYTON HOLDINGS LLC, airworthiness date 2015-10-16, expiration date 2022-09-30, serial number 552. 2019-09-20
N90JE GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-V 552 NEW HILL, NC Aircraft registered to PEYTON HOLDINGS LLC, airworthiness date 2015-10-16, expiration date 2019-09-30, serial number 552. 2017-11-02
N90JE GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-V 552 NEW HILL, NC Aircraft registered to PEYTON HOLDINGS LLC, airworthiness date 2015-10-16, expiration date 2019-09-30, serial number 552. 2016-12-15

Accident History for n90je


N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N90JE GULFST G-V MIAMI, FL GULFSTREAM G-V, N90JE PART 91 OPERATOR, DEPARTED BRAZIL (SBGL) INBOUND TO MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MIA) WITH FIVE PASSENGERS AND A CREW OF THREE ENCOUNTERED SERVER TURBULENCE AT 7000 FT AND TWO PASSENGERS INJURED. 2018-03-21

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