Petit-Lion Posted May 19, 2006 Report Share Posted May 19, 2006 Flinger, your figures match perfectly my own calculations. Notice that $47,500 is close of buying a job which will give you 300 hrs for customers which pay for their part the regular price, and you need two/three years to build this time... if the company runs well. I prefer to keep my job, fly during weekends, master my flight schedule and invite friends. The hard part is to find a R22 for $100,000 with enough time left to build time and resell it before the 2200 hrs overhaul. Ryan, according to Robinson's R22 operating cost data sheet, the 2200 hrs overhaul costs $US 90,600 at the factory. I have no idea of the cost in a local Robinson service center. PL Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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