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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by TimRF79, Aug 11, 2019.
Wife’s idea. I said yes ma’am very quickly
For me there's a lot of value in getting to the airplane and knowing it's available and exactly like I left it. My headsets are plugged in, I know how much fuel I've got, and I know the condition of the airplane is just as it was when I last pushed it into my T-hangar. I also don't want to quibble with anybody else over disagreements about maintenance and upgrades.
I just don't think a partnership would work for me.
Agree. 2 cuts costs in half. 3 in thirds. Etc.
Diminishing returns at 4+ with risk of double the scheduling conflicts of 2.
Yeah. Same here. I’m thinking about a partnership for a second plane though.
That thought has occurred to me, too. Today on the rare occasion when I want to take more than one passenger on a day trip, I rent a 172 or 182. If I did that more often, I might consider a partnership.