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  • 1973 Cherokee 6/260 in York, PA (KTHV) For sale 1/2 or 1/3 of a Cherokee 6/260. Great flying plane that you can fit 6 adults AND their luggage AND still fill it up with 84 gallons of fuel,
    Category: Co-Ownership
    Date Created: 10/21/2019 12:18 AM
  • Co-Owners in a Six Seater in the York PA Area (KTHV) I am beginning the search for a partner or group to share a 6 seat single engine plane. I don't have a particular make or model, but would like something that has the capacity for some family travel, as opposed to just burning fuel for ...
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Christopher Rudisill posted new forum topic
Oct '19
For sale 1/2 or (preferably) 1/3 of a 1973 Piper Cherokee 6/260 located at KTHV (York, PA). I spent about 6 months researching planes to buy and looking for partners to go in with me. I wasn't looking to buy just yet, but this beauty was available, and I just couldn't say no to it. I just can't swing all of the costs by myself.

If you are looking for a great flying plane that you can actually fit 6 adults AND their luggage AND still fill it up with 84 gallons of fuel, this is your bird! ...
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Shouldn't finishing students be given priority?  After investing $14K in a rating (Instrument in my case), dragging it out only wastes time and money.  It very discouraging to having to keep doing one more lesson, and one more lesson, and one more lesson.  Where does it end?  A finishing school doesn't make sense at this point because basically you are ready.  I know no one is going to sign off someone who isn't ready and I think that is correct, but when the instructor says ...
Has anyone had any luck leasing a plane for a club?

Trying to find an economical IFR plane for our members at KTHV (York, PA) to get Instrument Certified while we look around for a six seater to buy.

I'm not having any luck, so I'm wondering if I'm not going about it correctly, or if finding a plane to lease just isn't possible.

Thanks!
-Chris