FOUR AEROSPACE INVESTMENT STRATEGIES
MERCURY AIR LINES, LLC, is based in Boca Raton, Florida, and has a business office in Shannon, Ireland.
Our management team has accumulated hands-on expertise and built a large aircraft knowledge-base over a span of 35 years.
business philosophy is based on the belief that society now demands clean skies. We do this by flying our commercial aircraft safely and economically in ways that are consistent with that expectation. We have designed our aviation product offerings in ways that proactively contribute to the green upcycling movement.
Mercury Air Lines' long term strategy is to maintain our leadership in the industry by investing heavily in airplanes, technology, and expertise.
Mercury operates in two aviation market segments: the reuse of mid-life aircraft and the upcycling of end-of-life aircraft.
Our business is centered on the operation, maintenance, purchase, re-sale, financing and leasing of mid-life commercial jet and turboprop aircraft that are certified for return to airline service, and end-of-life aircraft that are suitable for harvesting.
Airlines, investors, and OEMs (manufacturers) do business with Mercury because we share a common set of values centered on returning mid-life aircraft to productive flying service, eliminating the aerospace materials-waste footprint in ways that win the acceptance of the broader community, and are cost efficient and profitable.
Mercury has the confidence in its own capabilities which enables us to reinvest our profits to buy aircraft and related equipment in the knowledge that they will be given a second life in a broad range of industries and in products that contribute to the clean air goals of the aerospace industry.
The aerospace industry is central to the realization of our goals. It has launched research programs to develop technologies intended to improve the environmental performances of air transportation and, more specifically, to build aircraft that burn less fuel (or different fuels), that have a smaller carbon footprint, generate less noise, and reuses end-of-life aircraft.