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McGraw Hill Professional, Feb 1, 1998 - Transportation - 272 pages
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Aircraft Partnerships is the only complete guide to the most affordable means of owning your own planeŃco-ownership. Packed with detailed information on everything from figuring the costs, to picking the right partner(s) and the right plane, to sorting out legal and practical issues, this book is an inspiration to those who would balk at the expense of sole ownership, but yearn to have wings of their own. Complete with case studies of actual partnerships.

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Why an Aircraft Partnership?
Partner Compatibility and Goals
Dollars and Sense

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About the author (1998)

Geza Szurovy (Boston, MA) is an experienced aviation writer who has co-owned several personal airplanes in aircraft partnerships. He is the author of seven McGraw-Hill books, two of which won Aviation/Space Writers' Association Awards of Excellence. Szurovy is a commercial pilot with instrument, multiengine, DC-3, and glider ratings. He has flown and written about a wide variety of aircraft, from Piper Cubs to Learjets.

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