Would you like to earn back your aircraft costs? Share your Cirrus SR20 or SR22 via Fly Aeolus.
As you know, owning and operating a Cirrus aircraft can be expensive. Renting out your Cirrus can be a solution to reduce your operating costs. However, this comes with the risk that tenants do not treat your aircraft in the same way as you do.
Fly Aeolus lowers the costs for owners of Cirrus aircraft by linking them to our valued customers, without sacrificing the quality of your aircraft. You decide when your aircraft is available which guarantees complete control over your own aircraft.
When your Cirrus SR20 or SR22 is operated via Fly Aeolus, it will only be flown by our pilots holding a CPL or ATPL with an instrument rating. Our pilots have a minimum of 500 total flight hours and successfully completed the Cirrus training. All Fly Aeolus flights are performed in accordance with applicable EU OPS regulations.
Would you consider to sell your Cirrus aircraft? Fly Aeolus can connect you with potential buyers. Purchasing a Cirrus via Fly Aeolus is equally possible, this can be done in combination with sharing your aircraft via Fly Aeolus.
Saving time is one of the most significant reasons for operating a Cirrus, it provides more productive time. Most of the owners don’t want to waste time on recurring operational tasks, like Weight and Balance calculations, slot and handling requests, preparation of flight plans etc. They are important but are not delivering any direct value. After many requests, Fly Aeolus Operations is now offering its operational services to private Cirrus owners / pilots. The Fly Aeolus operations control centre has been responsible for the entire flight planning of its own fleet. Thanks to this in-house flight operation department, with extensive operational experience, we are able to deliver three different flight planning services to Cirrus owners / pilots. To help you operate as efficiently as possible please check the possibilities here.
“A part of my aircraft costs are covered since I am sharing my Cirrus SR22 via Fly Aeolus, in this way my own private Cirrus flights are costing me less. The first year my aircraft was shared around 50 hours. Nowadays it is operated well above 160 hours. Fly Aeolus is flexible, when my aircraft is due for maintenance they leverage available flights with other aircraft from their fleet. When required I am able to use another Cirrus SR22 from their fleet.”