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.
Saturday, January 1, 2005
Aviation’s Top Websites
In slightly more than a decade, the World Wide Web has gone from being a mere novelty to one of the most important tools available. Now, with a click of the mouse, pilots can access live weather, plan flights with previously unheard-of flexibilities, check fuel prices, find aircraft values, search databases, take virtual tours of museums and study volumes of hard-to-access aviation product information. In the proceeding pages, Plane & Pilot has assembled the best online sites for pilots who are searching for excellent resources on the Internet.
Thursday, January 1, 2004
10 Affordable Classics
Great news for pilots! Look at the airplanes you can buy for $30,000 or less!
Affordable classics might seem an oxymoron, a contradiction in terms, but in fact, there are more of them available than you might imagine. Before we could home in on the top 10, however, we had to define exactly what we meant by “affordable” and “classic.”
Monday, September 1, 2003
Project Bonanza Part II
The easy part was done. We had bought an airplane. Now we had to get busy with new avionics, paint and interior to create our vision of the perfect flying machine.
Our plan was simple: Choose a relatively economical, high-performance airplane for business and personal trips.
Friday, August 1, 2003
Project Bonanza Part I
By buying a used airplane and weighing its pros and cons, you can settle on a plan to make an “almost” airplane into one that’s “just right”
Here at Plane & Pilot, we wanted an airplane that had performance for weekday business missions and economy for fun on the weekends.
Wednesday, November 30, -0001
Top 10 Faux Fighters
Whether you’re a G-junkie or a wannabe Top Gun, there’s a bird out there for you
Maverick, Goose, Iceman, Tomcat, Sabre, Mustang, hero, testosterone, girls, speed, aerobatics, G-force. What do all these words have in common? Actually, they have two things in common: fighters and daydreams, although they could probably all be bundled into the “daydream” category because there are very few pilots who aren’t, to one degree or another, frustrated fighter pilots.