Every flying club wants to buy a first airplane, or add an airplane to the club. How did your club manage that task?
Sole ownership of aircraft is a goal for many pilots. It certainly was for me. But it took more than 20 years for me to make the transiton from dreamer to owner. My first airplane came to be as a bit of a fluke. I stumbled upon an old flyer posted to a bulletin board at my airport. The flyer was blocked by a ...
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It can be daunting for the members of a new flying club to work through the process of buying that first airplane. But it can be done and has been done hundreds if not thousands of times. Often, the members will simply determine a budget (e.g.; $50,000) for their first airplane. Assuming 10 club ...
Our club is looking into adding another aircraft. There are about 50 hanger queens at the field, so, we're trying to draft a proposal for an aircraft owner for the use of his aircraft. The club would help pay expenses (insurance as a minimum) and get the aircraft flown. Any clubs out there using ...
I've received a number of inquiries from various forums about appraising aircraft and when to engage the appraiser. As I wrote the response, I found it easier to put the explanation on my website.
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