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Insurance & Maintenance Advantages


Another way L.E.A.S.E. differs from other leasing programs is that they have arranged for two industry leaders to provide essential aviation unit services: Jet Support Services Inc. (JSSI) provides the    budget, while aviation insurance broker Sutton James Inc. services insurance needs. “It is important to us at NFC to provide a comprehensive aviation support solution to our L.E.A.S.E. customers,” says Jiroux. “That’s why we have developed strategic relationships with JSSI to help cut costs and stabilize maintenance budgets for future maintenance and unscheduled events.” Jiroux also sees NFC’s relationship with Sutton James Inc. as equally essential. “It allows our L.E.A.S.E customers the opportunity to obtain the best insurance rates       package NFC recurrent training services and JSSI 


JSSI has a global network that act as technical advisors when needed, and the company can sometimes source parts even better than original equipment manufacturers. L.E.A.S.E. program aircraft enrolled in a JSSI program can retain a much higher valuation than those not enrolled. Raymond Weiser, helicopter program specialist at JSSI, states the advantage he sees his company offering. “Our distinct advantage for the NFC L.E.A.S.E. model is the fact that we offer programs for virtually all makes and models of aircraft. Therefore, no matter  their single source solution for engine, airframe or ®


helicopter maintenance coverage while


offering 100 percent transferability to another make or model.”


NFC’s Aldous also emphasizes aircraft upkeep. “I want to make sure, no matter what, that the aircraft is taken care of from a parts and maintenance standpoint,” he says.


Sutton James Inc. sees their insurance       agencies. “Over time, we have worked to develop a deep understanding of Night Flight Concepts practices and protocols,” says Sutton James Inc.  we approach underwriters for competitive quotes, we have the background and knowledge to secure the most competitive premiums, the best packaged insurance policy, and the best risk management program for L.E.A.S.E. business partners. We see this as the value that we add to Night Flight Concepts’ dynamic and growing business.”


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Affordability


So, how much does all this L.E.A.S.E. goodness cost? There are many variables that factor in, but here’s one broad example:


• Equipped Robinson R66 aircraft • 48-month lease


 • Full-time stationed pilot • Maintenance • Training • Insurance • Fuel


Total cost:   law enforcement can run $650 an hour.


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