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Old 06-08-2021, 06:47 PM
Scott Hersha Scott Hersha is offline
 
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Good choice. I am sure you have already run the numbers, but if money were no object, the 10 is almost a no-brainer whether there will people in the seats or not. Just keep in mind, in rough numbers a 14 will cost about $25K more to build than a 9 and a 10 will cost about $50K more than a 9. Operationally a 14 will cost roughly $20 per hour more than a 9 and a 10 will cost roughly $30 more per hour than a 9.

Tim
Keep in mind also that you can do loops, rolls, and a few other fun things in your RV14, but not in the -10, or -9. Itís an all around great airplane that is comfortable.
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