Buying Used: Van’s RV-10

Buying Used: Van’s RV-10

Sport aircraft have traditionally been the mainstay of experimental flying, though there are always outliers. Similar to sports automobiles, sport airplanes are frequently fast, entertaining, and aerobatic. That or keep things simple and inexpensive. Most of them have two seats. While this has been happening, the certified side has concentrated mostly on serious touring vehicles…

Beechcraft Baron: Does the Legacy Justify the Cost?

Beechcraft Baron: Does the Legacy Justify the Cost?

Between the single-engine Baron 35 Bonanza and the much bigger dual-engine Baron 50 Twin Bonanza, Beechcraft discovered there were no medium-sized aircraft in their line-up in the mid-1950s. In 1958, they introduced the short-lived Beechcraft 95 Travel Air to close this gap. But the Baron Model 55 quickly replaced this design. The Baron was constructed…

Cessna 172 Skyhawk Ownership & Operating Costs

Cessna 172 Skyhawk Ownership & Operating Costs

The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is the most well-liked aircraft worldwide among private pilots and aviation enthusiasts. Here are the ownership and operating costs. There’s a good possibility that if you’re shopping for a plane, a Cessna 172 Skyhawk is one of your top choices. The Cessna 172 is a very well-liked aircraft for a variety…

Cessna 150: World’s Premiere Trainer

Cessna 150: World’s Premiere Trainer

Since its introduction in 1957, the Cessna 150 has played a mainstay role in pilot training by providing an affordable, easy-to-maintain platform that anyone can fly. Cessna promoted the 150 as the “world’s premier trainer,” and while borrowing many of the design characteristics from tailwheel Cessna models 120 and 140, the 150 was created solely with the training…