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Its been a decade since the Turbo Perspective SR22-G3 third generation planes began shipment. Let’s look at how the market has changed. Continue reading “Turbo Perspective SR22-G3 That was Then, This is Now”
Its been a decade since the first normally aspirated Perspective SR22 third generation planes began shipment. Let’s look at how the market has changed. Continue reading “Normally Aspirated Perspective SR22-G3, That was Then, This is Now”
In June and July of 2018, we collected asking prices for pre-owned Cirrus Perspective SR22-G3 Turbo airplanes. Here’s what we found: Continue reading “What are the asking prices for Perspective SR22-G3 Turbo airplanes?”
Last week, we reviewed asking prices for the Avidyne equipped SR22-G3. Cirrus Aircraft first introduced Perspective by Garmin avionics flight deck in 2008. Although Perspective carried a higher cost than Avidyne the new platform offered more features and functionality pilots wanted. Continue reading “What are the asking prices for Perspective SR22-G3 normally aspirated airplanes?”
How much have pre-owned prices changed for Turbo Cirrus SR22TN-G3 aircraft with the Avidyne flight deck? In 2008, the base price for a new model Avidyne Turbo was $446,600 (non-GTS); while the Avidyne GTS SR22TN-G3 Turbo came out of the factory at $539,535. But that was then and this is now. Continue reading “Turbo Avidyne SR22-G3, That was then, This is now”
From 2007 into 2008, it’s estimated that Cirrus shipped about 290 generation three SR22TN turbo normalized airplanes equipped with Avidyne avionics. Recently, nine of those planes were posted online for sale in the United States, which represents about 3% of the manufacturer production on the market. Anything less than 3% is considered supply contraction. Continue reading “What are the asking prices for Avidyne SR22-G3 Turbo planes?”
Last Saturday, a collection of airplanes and aviators flew to Galveston Texas. We then gathered at Moody Gardens Restaurant for lunch. More than fifteen pilots participated. Good fellowship, food and fun.
We trust you’re able to organize similar flying events where you live. And, if you’re in the West Houston area, please join us on an aviation iSortie™ outing.
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Welcome! This is our fifth anniversary of general aviation writing at wikiWings®. During the year, we added articles covering a number of topics. Here are the highlights: Continue reading “Wheels Up! 2018”