Flying is expensive, but you can cut your general aviation cost by more than 50% – 75% through shared aircraft ownership or by joining a flying club. Gaining a clearer understanding of flying cost can also help you find ways to save, which will extend your flying budget. We’re believers in the benefits of shared aircraft ownership.
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Jeff Brewer is an entrepreneur, pilot and aviation writer. He’s the Founder of wikiWings with the Vision to connect aviators and help them lower their cost of general aviation flying. He’s enjoyed flying for over 20 years and has more than 1,600 hours of flight time in single and twin-engine planes, including Cirrus Perspective™ Turbo SR22TN-G3 GTSx, Cessna 152, 172, 182, Piper Warrior, Archer, Arrow, and Aztec.
He’s been a member of Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) since 1992, Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association (COPA) and a member in several other aircraft type clubs. His current home base is Houston, Texas.
Recent visitors have more than 30,000 views on about 200 articles. We publish new content each Friday on wikiWings®. To all who are visiting and connecting I express my thanks. I appreciate the opportunity to share it forward and to be part of the general aviation experience with you.
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