Online, Trade-A-Plane lets people search for aircraft for sale and parts, subscribe to its magazine, search for aviation real estate, place listings for their own planes and parts to sell and even look up upcoming aviation events. Trade-A-Plane also has an interactive service where customers can seek expert advice in aviation-related matters, according to Trade-A-Plane.com. People can seek appraisal advice, for instance, to determine the value of their aircraft before selling.
Trade-A-Plane essentially acts as an electronic resource for aviation enthusiasts. On Trade-A-Plane.com, customers can search for planes and parts they want by several search parameters, such as aircraft manufacturer or style of flying and part name. Special use categories include acrobatic, light sport, rebuildable, agricultural and antique, according to Trade-A-Plane.com. Pilots can search for planes including Cessna, Beechcraft, Hawker, Learjet, Mooney and Piper.
In addition to these customer services, Trade-A-Plane.com offers advertising spaces on its website for aviation companies. On this page, companies with services such as airplane repair, flying lessons and aircraft navigation equipment can post ads. Airplane manufacturers and parts companies can advertise too.
Trade-A-Plane has a magazine for airplane enthusiasts as well. This magazine is published three times each month, and features color adds and news stories. Online, classifieds and discussion forums connect subscribers and pilots. People may seek advice, buy and sell aircraft and parts, and offer or inquire about services.