JetLoan Capital, based in Stuart, Florida, completed 2018 with 70 closed transactions and more than $100 million in funded loans on small, midsize and large business jets. It also started a general aviation financing program in 2018, funding transactions through a group of banks and credit unions specializing in smaller loans for piston and turboprop aircraft. 

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