Sharing your wings
from General Aviation News
For many frugal pilots, sharing their wings makes a lot of sense. Most private pilots fly less than 1 percent of the available hours in a year, often not enough time to keep their aircraft from suffering from inactivity. Add another pilot or two and the plane actually stays in better condition — and the costs go down. But the big question isn't so much should you share your wings, but how? Obviously, it's not a thorough analogy, but sharing wings is somewhat like sharing a life in marriage: The partnership can either be twice as good or twice as bad as going it alone.
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