Aerobatic Cruisers: All-Purpose Fun

You fly for the pure enjoyment of it and to get places efficiently. Why not do it in a plane that kicks the fun up a notch? But do a careful prebuy.

Admit it. You've made the statement loud and clear on more than one of those flights where you are following the magenta line in good weather and waiting for your destination to appear over the horizon. Sure, every once in a while, you'll do a steep turn or wander off course a bit to look at something interesting-but, deep inside, you know that's not enough. You live in the third dimension-there's got to be more to getting from one place to another in an airplane than droning along waiting . . . and waiting. Flying is supposed to be fun.
To continue reading this article you must be a paid subscriber

Subscribe to Aviation Consumer Magazine

Aviation Consumer is the independent online source for impartial and uncompromising evaluations of aircraft, avionics, accessories, equipment and more.