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Partnership in '81 Saratoga SP @ Billings, MT

pwrwgnwalt

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Yellowstone Flying Club has one opening (for a 6th member) in our PA32R-301, a Piper Saratoga SP based at Billings, MT (KBIL). A very capable complex/Retractable, high performance aircraft.
Well maintained, fully equipped with GNS 530, Autopilot, and Stormscope.
Plenty of availability...
We're an equity Club, and share the fixed expenses. $140/hr wet rate.

More information available: email [email protected]

(We also have a new addition to the Club, a basic Cessna 172, with membership openings available.)

Walt
 

Unit74

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Does the Toga membership get 172 membership too or are they separate?
 

pwrwgnwalt

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Good question - and one we took a while to arrive at an answer to. We had several meetings with prospective and current members, to find out what made the most sense and what 'kind' of airplane to consider adding to the Club (we already had the Saratoga). It became very clear to us that most were looking for the least expensive way to get in the air.

So, for our Club, it was decided that we would organize into "Tiers" of membership to keep the costs separate - and as low as possible for the Cessna 172 owners (Tier 1 members). So, a member can buy-in to Tier 1, or Tier 2, or into both. A member only has flight privileges in the aircraft in their Tier of membership.

(We are planning to add a Cessna-182 to Tier 1 soon, as a leaseback from one of our new Saratoga, Tier 2, members. So Tier 1 members would be able to fly either the C-172 or C-182... for a single Tier 1 buy-in, and single Tier 1 monthly dues.)
 
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