1. Travis Schaefer

    Buying Seneca iii, lower time pilot. Insurance cost?

    Hello everyone, I have a little over 230 hours(over 160 complex) with HP time and I own a Beech Sierra c24r that I'm selling at the moment) 0 multi logged and non-IFR but plan on finishing that in the next few months. I have been looking into a twin and have narrowed it down to a specific...
  2. Jayson

    For Sale: Aircraft 1/4 Share For Sale - 1981 Piper Seneca III PA-34-220T (6 seats)

    1/4 Share For Sale! 1981 Piper Seneca III PA-34-220T (6 seats) Asking $64,000 (obo) for a full share (4 members total) $520/month fixed rate (paid quarterly) and $215/hour wet. (Sale price includes 1/4 of current engine & maintenance reserves) Equipment: · New Paint & Interior 2014 ·...
  3. A

    Long Term Planning for a Fast Comfortable Cross Country Plane

    Hi folks, This is my first post as a new user, but I've been lurking for a while now. I'd like to present a scenario that hopefully those on this forum with far more experience will chime in on with recommendations. I've been thinking about this stuff *forever*, so please forgive the long...
  4. MulePilot

    Beginning Multi Training

    Hey guys, A while back I had posted a thread looking for opinions on whether to pursue my commercial certificate in a G1000 172S, or in a steam gauge B58, before moving to corporate aviation. Overwhelming, the response was to feed two engines over the magenta line. I want to thank everyone who...
  5. Ray Jr

    Are Pressurized Piston Twins Worth the Effort?

    I really like the idea of having a big ole twin to carry around my clan (3-6 adults) around Canada and the USA and Caribbean (400 - 1000 nm) - I don't mind breaking into 2 legs, but probably not 3. I'm not Daddy Warbucks and so a nice new King Air 350 isn't an option. I see lots of great...
  6. Martin Pauly

    Twin Training - VMC (Minimum Control Speed)

    During my multi-engine training, the VMC discussion - minimum control speed - was an eye opener for me. I had heard VMC was important, but did not realize just how quickly things can turn sour if one doesn't know how to respond to the first signs of losing directional control. As before with...