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Posted: 9/18/2009 9:43:26 AM EST

Just curious...considering that's probably the cheapest "fast-jet" to get into...what do you think the damage would be, per hour?
Link Posted: 9/18/2009 10:58:50 AM EST
  • What does it cost to fly an L-39?
    These numbers vary greatly, but should give you an idea of what to expect;
  • $ 300,000 Purchase
  • $ 5,000 LOA & training
  • $ 12,000 Annual insurance (Liability)
  • $ 6,000 Annual hanger
  • $ 13,000 Annual inspection (with ejection seats)
  • $ 1,000 Minor maintenance (fluids, oil, tires)
  • $ 5,000 Parts annual average (i.e. engine, valves, etc)
  • $ 350 Per hour fuel burn (high average)

http://www.l39.com/faq.html
Link Posted: 9/18/2009 11:28:12 AM EST
Originally Posted By captainpooby:
  • What does it cost to fly an L-39?
    These numbers vary greatly, but should give you an idea of what to expect;
  • $ 300,000 Purchase
  • $ 5,000 LOA & training
  • $ 12,000 Annual insurance (Liability)
  • $ 6,000 Annual hanger
  • $ 13,000 Annual inspection (with ejection seats)
  • $ 1,000 Minor maintenance (fluids, oil, tires)
  • $ 5,000 Parts annual average (i.e. engine, valves, etc)
  • $ 350 Per hour fuel burn (high average)

http://www.l39.com/faq.html


I fail at Google!

Thanks!
Link Posted: 9/18/2009 12:13:49 PM EST
Yes, that sounds just about right. We operate 6 aircraft, from a G550 to a Cessna single. The middle sized aircraft cost about what is in the above chart, maybe a touch more.
Link Posted: 9/20/2009 3:40:48 AM EST
Just a note: One flies out of our airport, ZPH, it cant take off with full fuel and our runways are 5000'.I don't know how much they need but one mile doesn't cut it.
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