Should you purchase an airplane to use
during instruction? Can it really save
on rental fees and can you buy more affordable than rent?
Weather you are going for a sport pilot license or a private pilot ticket...buying can be a good way to go.
Ownership frees up the planes schedule
and you can get it whenever you want. No
overnight charges if you take a trip. You
know the maintenance history and as an owner, you get comfortable with the
the biggest problem is buying something that might not be what you want at
a later time. Surprisingly, the wants and needs get mixed up,
so what you want, might be different than what you really need.
possible fly a few different models of aircraft. That might mean going to a few different
FBO’s and getting in their aircraft.
But after you get a few hours, you will be able to tell the difference
between a Cessna 150 and a Cherokee 140.
You know, high and low wing, landing, visibility, all these factors are
important to every pilot in some manner.
sure you try them all out before you purchase. You might even want to build your own.
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