Well that escalated quickly.
No-one is going to just send this dude an etransfer with a price from a forum. Any legit buyer will do their research and a bit of haggling I'm sure.
In response to the comment regarding carrying passengers, it's pretty rare to be moving crews in a heavy regardless, let alone even rarer in Australia.
The puma's transmission is its achilles heel when it comes to being a profitable civilian utility machine.
Hawks are the future. Jooooiiinn usssss.
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UnObvious wrote:No-one is going to just send this dude an etransfer with a price from a forum. Any legit buyer will do their research and a bit of haggling I'm sure.
Spoken like an actual business person.
My lawyer (that I’ve worked with for 20 years) is the partner heading aviation and defence at the Brisbane office of an international firm with US offices. They have a trust account like any other firm and have no issue with aircraft purchase agreements involving Australian or US legal entities, or any other jurisdiction.
I can put any buyer in touch with a 60 maintainer that can handle a pre-purchase inspection for them, or they can find another.
Freight and mods are not an issue.
We’d held off on certification on the A+ as that’s when the clock starts ticking. We pulled the trigger last week and it was immediately certified in the FAA Restricted category.
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