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How much do 2 seat planes cost?

How much do 2 seat planes cost?

These may be purchased new, for an up-front cost of $8,000 to $15,000. Single-Engine Planes: These planes, which hold two or more people and are more economical to operate and maintain than multi-engine planes, typically cost between $15,000 and $100,000.

What is the best 2 seater plane?

The Best 2 Seater Aircraft (SEP)

  1. Lancair – 235, 320, 360 (Experimental)
  2. Pipistrel – Virus SW 121 (Certified CS-LSA)
  3. Diamond – DA20 C1 Eclipse (Certified CS-VLA)
  4. Flight Design – CTLSi (Certified CS-LSA)
  5. Aerospool – WT9 Dynamic LSA (Certified CS-LSA)
  6. Kitfox – Series 7 (Experimental)

What are the different types of aircraft kits?

Aeromaster AG – Kit, Single seat, Low wing, Composite, tube & fabric, Tailwheel, Open cockpit AeroLites, Inc. Aeros – Single Seat Helicopter Windspire, Inc. Aeroskif – Kit, Tandem seat, Removable high wing, Composite, tube & fabric, Amphibian, Pusher, Open cockpit AeroLites, Inc.

What’s the average cost of a kitplane kit?

A 90-mph cruise speed will be sufficient to drop into local lakes or check out the nearby grass strip. The HP has a host of options available, including a carbon-fiber hull, a $2800 upcharge that still gets the whole airframe kit in under $25K.

Why do you need an airplane factory kit?

Few things are more intimate and adventurous than building and flying your very own airplane and The Airplane Factory believes that it is imperative for any Sport Aircraft manufacturer to offer a kit version. This allows all the home-builders out there the freedom to really understand and get involved in the process of creating a flying machine!

What kind of aircraft does the airplane factory make?

The Airplane Factory is proud to be the producer of high quality, high performance Light Sport and Experimental Aircraft. We take every step to ensure that each aircraft produced, whether ready-to-fly or kit version, is held to the highest of standards, above and beyond that required by ASTM or the FAA.