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Selling Your Aircraft in Spirit of Aviation Auction Has Many Advantages

Aircraft Auction

May 6, 2010 — There is growing interest in this year’s first “Spirit of Aviation Auction,” which will be held on the AirVenture grounds on Saturday, July 31. There are always plenty of aircraft for sale at Oshkosh, but this year sellers can rely on more than handbills, want ads on the board, and word-of-mouth.

The auction, conducted by Auction.com, in conjunction with EAA, will feature all types of consigned aircraft, from privately owned recreational aircraft to rare vintage and warbird airplanes, and larger general aviation planes. It will be the only aircraft auction held on the grounds at Oshkosh and in partnership with EAA, and we can’t think of a better place to match buyers and sellers of aircraft than The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration.

Before AirVenture, aircraft signed up for the auction will receive unmatched online visibility, as the auction is promoted through a special section on the AirVenture website. Once the convention starts, add significant onsite visibility to the marketing mix, throughout the convention grounds and in AirVenture publications, like the daily newspaper, AirVenture Today.

There is another advantage to complete the consignment process: Once registered, your aircraft is immediately posted and available for sale at any time.

The process of registering for consignment is easy. Visit the auction website, which will walk you through the process. Experts are standing by to assist you at any point of the process.

So if you have an aircraft you wish to sell at Oshkosh this year, don’t delay! The number of auction aircraft will be limited, so sign up today to reserve your position!

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