Charlie Bravo Aviation

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Simply speaking, Charlie Bravo Aviation “pushes tin.” The company combines hard work and integrity with innovative marketing and in-depth industry analysis to buy and sell corporate aircraft better than anyone else. Located just outside Austin, Texas, Charlie Bravo is an aviation consulting company and a broker and dealer of pre-owned jets, turboprops and rotorcraft.

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