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How to Buy a Plane Without Getting Shafted – Tom Alston

When it comes to purchasing an aircraft there are a multitude of factors to consider. And almost every one of those factors has high cost associated with it. From the plane itself to the hanger, the spare parts, the piloting, the crew, maintenance, airport fees, not to mention the attorneys fees and taxes, you want good, trustworthy information to operate with so you don’t get shafted.

 

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