January 1, 2016 Buying aircraft, financing aircraft, or even leasing aircraft are processes dense enough to almost make you give up.
Appraisal reports make it easier, but it is crucial to know your appraiser is NAAA-certified and working through an established aircraft valuation database. Because aircraft price publications are the default resource for aircraft valuation, and they don't always account for refurbishment, avionics upgrades or aging airframes.
January 18, 2016 There are a lot of airplanes that are alleged to be good for backcountry operations by pilots who want to seriously recreate.
In doing research for this article, we spent an extended period speaking with the proprietors of Backcountry Aviation in Nampa, Idaho, Kasey Lindsay and Bob Hannah and with Jeff Welch, who gives type-specific utility/STOL training, primarily in the Husky, in Alpena, Michigan. September 17, 2013 Since 1968, the 36-series Bonanzas has steadily built a solid record for workmanship, performance, handling and comfort.
We found that unless the airplane is stripped to minimum weight and flown by an expert, the 200-foot takeoff distance number is a figment of someone’s imagination, especially when November 20, 2014 In our review of the 100 most recent Cessna 310 NTSB accident reports, landing gear problems led the list.