There are certain moments in a pilot’s life where the stress seems universally understood: the first checkride, navigating your first solo cross-country flight, and the prospect of buying and selling your own aircraft.
Later this month, hundreds of thousands of pilots and aviation enthusiasts will attend EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin—no doubt confronting the temptation of buying or selling their own GA aircraft.
Some life lessons are much clearer in hindsight. We at FLYING want to know, what do you wish you had known before you bought or sold an aircraft? Tell us about it below and perhaps your words of wisdom will be used in an article.