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Episode 47 Show Notes
In part 3 of our How to Buy an Airplane series, what you should know about financing an airplane with AOPA Finance president Adam Meredith. If you’re considering financing some or all of your next aircraft purchase, or even avionics upgrades or engine overhauls, you won’t want to miss this!
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Our Guest AOPA Finance President Adam Meredith
Adam is an aircraft finance professional and aviation enthusiast, holding his Commercial SEL/MEL and Instrument ratings. He has an MBA and a Master’s in Finance from Boston College and over 20 years lending, business development, small business management and customer service experience. He has been an active leader in the aircraft finance industry for over 10 years, serving on the board of the National Aircraft Finance Association (NAFA) for the last three.
In 5 years, Adam has taken AOPA Finance from a concept to arranging more financed aircraft transactions annually than any other source. Last year alone AOPA Finance arranged loans for over 760 people, of which, more than 50% were for first time aircraft buyers.
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