Best Buys on General Aviation Aircraft
There are tons of light-sport aircraft for sale on the market. Read about the best buys in general aviation planes as well as the most undervalued aircraft.
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Getting Creative: 10 Ways To Fly For Less
Flying doesn’t have to leave your wallet empty
Flying is expensive. In fact, recent initiatives by the FAA and AOPA list the cost of flying as one of the reasons people either opt not to learn to fly, or stop taking lessons once they start.
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Buy To Fly
Rent versus own: What’s best for you?
Hello, can I schedule a lesson for Friday afternoon? No? You don’t have an airplane available?
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Choose Your Own Adventure
A look at the best aircraft for backcountry exploration
So, you just hit the lottery for a half-million bucks (after tax). This sounds like a big deal, except that it’s redundant because your spouse hit it last week for 10 million.
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Choosing A Six-Seater
All-inclusive guide to fixed, retractable, single and twin six-seaters
If it’s really true that buyers of four-seat airplanes often buy two seats more than they need, the same may not be true of purchasers in the six-place class.
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Four-Seater Buyer's Guide
20 new aircraft to choose from
Four-seat airplanes have always been the most popular configuration in general aviation.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Putting The Adventure Back In Aviation
Top airplanes, gear and schools for a different kind of flying
“Adventure”—now there’s a word that’s open to interpretation. In fact, the phrase “adventure aviation” may seem redundant to most people because aviation itself usually is seen as an adventure.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
The Most Affordable Singles
We examine some of the best buys In general aviation
While our last buyer’s guide [“Buyer’s Mini-Guide To Four-Seat Singles,” P&P April 2010] included a smorgasbord of new airplanes, this one deals with used aircraft and draws from an even wider field.
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Top 20 Tips For Buying An Airplane
Preparation is the key to getting a great deal in today’s buyer’s market
There’s no feeling that matches that of buying an airplane.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Buyer’s Mini-Guide To Four-Seat Singles
Four-place singles always have been the measuring stick of the industry
Traditional wisdom has it that most light airplane buyers purchase two seats more than they need.
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
The Hottest Four Seaters
A look at new fixed-gear, four-seat singles
If you’re looking to purchase a four-seat single, then you’ve got no shortage of models to select from. Aside from price range, the models encompass a wide variety of performance capabilities and equipment.