Essential Knowledge for Buying Used Light Aircraft
If you have been perusing the airplane listings and casting a hungry eye at all of the gorgeous offerings, plenty of things might catch your eye. Paint and interiors that make a good impression are always nice. There are a few that stick out because of they seem to be priced much more reasonably than the other aircraft. But buried somewhere in the ad will be an indication of how much money you are really going to have to put into this airplane: The amount of time that the engine has been run or the number of hours since it was last overhauled.