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Anyone interested in time building in the R-22 for $110/hr +fuel. So total cost is about 185/hr. Done in Nor Cal Sacramento area and Auburn. Flights are with me a 250 hr CFII, also time builder. After I reach 300 hrs I will offer some flight trainig as well. If interested post on this forum and I will contact you. I will acquire the 22 soon and will keep interested parties informed

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Anyone interested in time building in the R-22 for $110/hr +fuel. So total cost is about 185/hr. Done in Nor Cal Sacramento area and Auburn. Flights are with me a 250 hr CFII, also time builder. After I reach 300 hrs I will offer some flight trainig as well. If interested post on this forum and I will contact you. I will acquire the 22 soon and will keep interested parties informed

 

 

ok guess not

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Thats really not a bargain of a price, I was paying the same when I was after my ratings. If you split the cost Ill fly with ya, but Im not paying a regular rate when you are time building just as much as I am.

If you want to pay for the lease, pay for the transport cost, pay for the Insurance, pay for the maintenance, pay for the storage, pay for the inspections, then we'll talk about splitting the cost of flights. The cost I posted doesn't even cover the cost of operations, it only covers the hourly lease that I pay of $110/hr plus the cost of the fuel for an hour, roughly 60-80 dollars. Plus most Regular rates for R-22 training is not 185 it's closer to 220-265/hr with and instructor.

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The only time he would be able to log flight time would be if he was giving instruction then he could log PIC time.

 

If not giving instruction then he would have to be the sole manipulator of the controls. Otherwise, no go for logging the flight time.

 

Since he himself is time building then I would guess the entire flight is really a dual instructional flight just like that from a flight school. In that case the insurance he gets would have to cover that as well.

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The only time he would be able to log flight time would be if he was giving instruction then he could log PIC time.

 

If not giving instruction then he would have to be the sole manipulator of the controls. Otherwise, no go for logging the flight time.

 

Since he himself is time building then I would guess the entire flight is really a dual instructional flight just like that from a flight school. In that case the insurance he gets would have to cover that as well.

 

His post says,

"After I reach 300 hrs I will offer some flight training as well."

In order to both log PIC he needs to be offering flight instruction. That's the point I was getting at. If his insurance requires him to have 300 TT before instructing, he better be careful about logging PIC with another pilot.

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