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I have a question for you, later on this year i'm planning to go cruising around my native lands. approximately 30+ hours of flying time hour building for commercial liscence. i have my twin rating and access to a variety of twins ranging from Senenca's, baron, travelair, beech duchess and singles access to a mooney and a Porsche Mooney (not rated on but can be achieved). rated on A36 Bonanza, Saratoga/Lance, arrow and Turbo arrow. there's myself and 3 other pax, all of average weights approx 75-80kg's (excuse the metric).some of the legs are long so a fair range with the pax, luggage and fuel is required. i'm leaning towards the big single due to a cheaper price. i haven't done much research into the baron, senecas or the mooneys so i'm not positive of their abilities. but anybodys comments on the pro's and con's of all the aircraft would be much appreciated.
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