UsedAirplanes.com Reports Increasing Lead-To-Traffic Ratio And Projects Stronger Sales For Industry In 2010

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UsedAirplanes.com reported today that the ratio in which visitors are requesting broker contact information, as well as information on the used airplanes and used aircraft they list, is increasing when compared to overall traffic to their flagship website.

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UsedAirplanes.com projects stronger sales for used airplanes and aircraft as well as all areas of aviation in 2010

“If the economy can keep flying in this direction with all these positive tailwinds at its back, we have all the ingredients for a promising second half of 2010," stated Horne

UsedAirplanes.com reported today that the ratio in which visitors are requesting broker contact information, as well as information on the used airplanes and used aircraft they list, is increasing when compared to overall traffic.

“Although traffic is greatly increasing to our website as a result of our current SEO and social media efforts, what is most encouraging is that more people as a percentage are showing interest in both our brokers and their listings. For example, for every 1,000 new (unique) visitors to our website, our brokers are getting more leads and inquiries than what was generated by 1,000 new visitors last month. This is a good indication that there are more serious buyers than lookers at this time and we see this trend continuing” stated Mark J Horne, Founder.

UsedAirplanes.com captures exceptionally high-targeted traffic of used airplane and used aircraft buyers. From the self-explanatory domain name, to the structure of the website, visitors come, stay and bookmark UsedAirplanes.com for one very obvious reason; to find used airplanes and aircraft.

Projecting stronger sales for the industry as a whole in 2010

Four years ago the United States set sail into the perfect financial storm. In its path of destruction there was little to no mercy bestowed upon people and industries, and it left us with one of the worst recessions ever recorded. We witnessed the pummeling of 401k's and investment accounts, a housing sector that went completely underwater, job losses being recorded at record paces and a financial sector debacle that could only be compared to the great depression. When $135/barrel oil was added to the mix and topped off with a vicious cycle created when financial institutions were forced to turn off the lending spigot, it becomes obvious that the aviation industry wouldn’t be spared.

But that was then and this is now.

As the first quarter of 2010 comes to an end, there are several indicators and factors that lead us to believe the second half of 2010 will start the long awaited breakout for sales with used airplanes, aircraft, and products within the aviation industry as a whole. These include several leading economists prognosticating the continuation of the current bull market, loosening of credit by banks, and the continuing stabilization of the job and housing markets. In addition, the aviation industry should also benefit from the strong resurgence known to typically follow a recession.

“Another promising sign came last week when it was reported that International Lease Finance Corp. was able to tap into the corporate bond market. What makes this event so appealing is the fact that ILFC was able to raise money through debt rather than equity. The fact that ILFC and others are finally able to tap into cheap money without dilution is a very strong indication that investor confidence is growing. This action will certainly add to the argument against indicators that may presage a recession.

In addition, last week Cirrus Aircraft President and CEO Brent Wouters stated; “A number of key business measurements suggest stronger performance in 2010 than previously anticipated.”

“This was certainly a welcomed read. We also noted that Cirrus had job posting links in a social media network we also frequent. We view these actions as another affirmation to our opinion on the forward looking 2010 market conditions. These events help provide us with an explanation that have elucidated the recent spike in interest with used airplanes and aircraft,” stated Horne.

“If the economy can keep flying in this direction with all these positive tailwinds at its back, we have all the ingredients for a promising second half of 2010, and we believe our optimistic position will be validated with a continued recovery that will spill over into all areas of the aircraft industry,” stated Horne.

About UsedAirplanes.com and Mark J Horne

UsedAirplanes.com is the aviation marketplace for used airplanes and used aircraft. The buyers and sellers of used aircraft are the driving force behind UsedAirplanes.com. The site attracts the best used aircraft dealers and brokers in the business as well as the most discriminating potential buyers who are looking for a premier used plane, jet or helicopter. UsedAirplanes.com is the perfect resource for expert aviation marketing. Used aircraft for sale include used Cessna airplanes and all types of used Cessna aircraft, such as the Cessna 172 and Cessna 182. UsedAirplanes lists the industry innovative Cirrus SR22 and Cirrus SR20 and Diamond airplanes and jets. UsedAirplanes also lists used Piper airplanes, Learjets, Beechcraft airplanes and jets, Dassault jets and Mooney airplanes. In addition, UsedAirplanes lists Robinson, Bell, and Rotorway helicopters and all other types of used helicopters for sale. In addition, Used Airplanes offers a community blog, education and forum section that allows the community to help one another answer questions on products, education, maintenance, repairs and various questions surrounding the ownership of an aircraft.

The company is located in Florida and is in the process of opening its first California office. http://www.UsedAirplanes.com

Mark Horne is a successful entrepreneur who has developed several leading world renowned websites including NewBoats.com, UsedBoats.com and YachtBroker.com. Each has established themselves as a leader in their respective field. Additional prior experience includes evaluating the financials and business plans for companies to bring public and Mr. Horne also brought his own company public. He has held the NASD series 7, 63, 24 & 27 and was a market maker and Level III trader at a broker/dealer (“B/D”) that he co-founded/owned when he was only 23 years old. Mr. Horne is also an instrument rated pilot (http://www.usedairplanes.com/about-us.html)

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