No, vintage Beech Bonanza ownership won’t be cheap but trips to the maintenance hangar can be easier on the checkbook when flying it conservatively. It also means wrenching by a shop you trust, and perhaps one that lets you help and learn along the way.
Tax benefits, partnerships and leasebacks are a few ways to trim aircraft ownership costs, but flying it right can save big on repairs and fuel burn.
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