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I can speak to this from personal experience. I fly the Piper Arrow and have rented from various FBO's on both coasts in various economic areas over the years. The average price I pay per hour is $145 an hour wet. All of the Arrows I have flown have been similarly equipped and of a similar vintage. They have all had at least a single axis auto pilot a 430W ...


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It will be harder to get initial training in a motor glider near St. Paul, because motor gliders are kind of rare around here. However, consider this: Instruction in a un-powered glider is mind-bogglingly cheap compared to power instruction. And it has the other mentioned benefits - stick and rudder skills, low age limits, etc. After getting a first pilot ...


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