Pre-launch of The Pilot’s Guide To Flying On a Budget
I having been working hard for the last several months to get this ebook completed (I actually like to think of it as a guide). It is almost across the finish line and I’m really happy with how it turned out thus far.
Credit goes to several folks for their contributions: Eric Auxier of Cap’n Aux.com, Ron Rapp of rapp.org, author Jonathan Kulak, and Dan Pimentel of airplanista.com. That list is incomplete as there are still a couple of others that are working on the final product as this is being typed.
I believe the guide will really help those who use it and take the advice therein. It addresses the high cost of flying head-on and it’s completely agnostic to the type of general aviation flying you are doing (or would like to do in the future).
The goal is simple, help share best practices to make general aviation as inexpensive as possible without sacrificing safety or regulatory compliance.
I have tried to organize it in a way that allows you to target your particular area such as learning to fly, renting aircraft, airplane ownership, etc.
If you would like to get a little sample of the book, just click here and download it.
No registration or anything required. My only request is your unbiased feedback.
Launch date is set for this month, November, for purchasing the full-version.
If you know someone who would benefit from this book, I would appreciate you passing this page on to them. Better yet, share this page via your social media.
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