Question: I am 58 and am a student pilot. I have set as my goals to get my PPL, then my Instrument rating, followed by my MEL. I live in Southwest Florida and my mission is to fly around the Bahamas, but also do a lot of cross country flying. I have a son in Colorado. My thought process is that when the time comes to do my multi engine training I would purchase my own plane to be trained in. I am looking for something like a 1979 Piper Seneca II. Would that be something I should consider?
Answer: I definitely think it’s a good idea to purchase an aircraft for doing your flight training – leverage the “4 Cs”. Consistency, Comfort, Control and most importantly Cost are all big advantages.
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