Aircraft For Sale South Africa. All types of Helicopter and Aircraft Sales is what we do at HoverSales.

We also have all have all types of aircraft accessories at our disposal.

We pride ourselves in providing quality aircraft to our customers.

We also provide solid after sales service including being readily available for all customer needs.

Aircraft for Sale South Africa

We have numerous aircraft for sale in South Africa and abroad under the following brand names.  HoverSales also offer Private Jet for sale in South Africa.  We include and are accessible to all brands of aircraft, to suit your requirements.

Quality, Service and Support for our aircraft products

We have various aircraft for sale in South Africa including helicopters and fixed wing aeroplanes. With over 20 years experience in the aviation industry, we are in a position to assist you in finding the best aircraft for your specific requirements, whether in South Africa or abroad. We have agents in Europe and the Americas helping us fulfil our clients purchase and sales requirements.

Quality of Aircraft for sale

Our maintenance engineers can inspect your aircraft of choice and give you constructive feedback on prospective future maintenance costs as well as the all important aircraft history. We offer aircraft documentation and maintenance administrative services for those that have their aircraft for personal or commercial uses.

Where are we?

With bases in Grand Central and Nelspruit we are well positioned to assist with any aircraft purchase or sale within the main aviation hub of Southern Africa.

Our clients

Our client base forms the essence of aviators in South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, The DRC and Kenya. Please give us a call or drop us a mail and let us know how we can help you.

Scope

Hoversales offer all types of new and used aircraft for sale, from aeroplanes to helicopters.  Our brands include Cessna, Piper, Robinson, Bell, Eurocopter and Augusta, but to name a few.There are over 14,000 aircraft available in South Africa alone.  Furthermore, we have access to international markets which makes us accessible to any stock at any time.  Our expert sales team and engineers will make sure your purchase is a sound one.

The Birth of the Private Jet

A Jet airplane (or essentially just a “Jet”) is a type of aircraft (and is generally a fixed wing aircraft) propelled by Jet engines.

While the motors in propeller-controlled aircraft, for the most part, accomplish their greatest proficiency at much lower velocities and heights.  Meanwhile jet engines and jet aircraft accomplish most extreme effectiveness at rates near or even well over the speed of sound.  Jets for the most part travel at speeds that are faster than about M 0.8 (609 mph, 981 km/h or 273 m/s) at elevations of around 10,000–15,000 meters (33,000–49,000 ft) or possibly more.

A jet engine is a response engine discharging a fast-moving jet that produces thrust by jet propulsion. This comprehensive explanation comprises of turbojets, turbofans, rocket engines, ramjets, and pulse jets. Overall, jet engines are classified as combustion engines.
For the common meaning, the phrase “jet engine” roughly refers to an internal combustion airbreathing jet engine. This characteristically comprises of a spinning air compressor driven by a turbine, with the excess power converting into thrust via a propelling nozzle — this procedure is identified as the Brayton thermodynamic cycle. Jet aircraft typically use these type of engines for long-distances. In the earlier years, jet aircraft made use of turbojet engines which remained moderately ineffective for subsonic flying. Recent subsonic jet aircraft regularly use additional complexed high-bypass turbofan engines. These engines produce higher speeds and superior fuel proficiency than piston and propeller aeroengines over greater distances.

Frank Whittle, an English designer and inventor – as well as a RAF officer – came up with the innovative idea of the jet engine in 1928. Meanwhile, Hans von Ohain from Germany, came up with the idea separately in the mid 1930s.  In February 1936, he wrote to Ernst Heinkel, who drove the development of the world’s first turbojet aircraft and jet plane, the Heinkel He 178. Though, it can be contended that the English specialist, A. A. Griffith, who distributed a paper in July 1926 on compressors and turbines, likewise can be merited and credited with his work.