1. F

    Turbo 182T (G1000) Instruction in NorCal

    Hey folks, recently acquired a T182T in the Santa Rosa/Petaluma area. Hoping to use this aircraft for all of my ratings/time-building through to commercial. Previous experience is ~50 hours in a 172S, half of that in G1000, with one solo and a few cross country lessons. I'm looking for an...
  2. J

    Learning a Turbo

    New pilot. New owner. Lost… :) I’m flying a 2006 Cessna T182T with a turbocharged Lycoming TIO-540-AK1A out of Denver. I did all of my training in a normally aspirated 172 so the Prop control and turbo are freaking me out a bit - I suspect I'm overthinking it. The CFI who helped me with the...
  3. Michael Colley

    For Sale 1967 Cessna 210G Turbo $105,000

    Inquire here: https://www.aeroavion.com/listing/1967-cessna-210g-turbo/ Great Turbo Cessna 210G. Built in Oxygen. Full Log History. AFTT: 4976 Engine: 817.2 hrs TSMOH Continental TSIO-520-C (265 HP, 1400hr TBO) Overhauled by Custom Airmotive, August 1995 Most recent compressions: 75 / 70 / 75...
  4. C

    For Sale: Partnership Cirrus SR-22T at Rocky Mountain (KBJC) - Fly 1/4 Share With No Equity Buy-In

    * share available August 1, 2023 * I am looking for pilots to share in this beautiful, meticulously maintained 2007 Cirrus SR-22 Turbo. Fly like a 1/4 partner with a monthly & hourly lease and no equity buy in. $1,300 per month covers all costs (hangar, charts, base insurance) and includes 3...
  5. Jayson

    For Sale: Aircraft 1980 Piper Saratoga PA-32-301T (6 seats)

    1/6 Share For Sale! 1980 Piper Saratoga PA-32-301T (6 seats, 300hp) Asking $35,000 for a full share (6 members total) $197/month fixed quarterly rate and $180/hour wet (hangered at LOM). (Sale price includes 1/6 of current engine and maintenance reserves) Equipment: · ADS-B in/out ·...
  6. Adam Weiss

    M20K Owners

    My partner and I have zeroed in on an M20K as our plane of choice. We were contemplating several different models in the M20 series, but as part of our individual missions, we will both need to fly from the Midwest over the Rockies, and the Turbo seems like a must-have for that. I have owned in...
  7. Alex Batista

    Piper Arrow II vs III (+ Turbo or Not...?)

    Hello all! (Here’s my first post, yay!) I’m a relatively new pilot with a bit over 150 hrs and currently starting my instrument rating. My budget will allow me to purchase an airplane by the end of 2020 so I’m starting to look around. Before you recommend other options like Comanche’s...
  8. BoulderBill

    Help me choose my dream plane!

    I have the goal of buying my own plane one day. I'm not even a pilot yet, just studying ground school material, but I'm becoming obsessed with establishing an object for this vision I have! My missions would involve, in order of priority: 1. Flying a family of four (2 adults, 2 children...