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LSA Partnership on Long Island?

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Marcus Xenakis
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#1 Posted: 5/16/2010 21:43:01

 I would like to find out is there are any parties interested in forming a partnership. I am considering a legacy A/C or an experimental that is LSA eligible. Not considering a new A/C. I would like to keep acquisition costs low. 3 to 4 partners would be ideal.

To be based in central Suffolk, i.e HWV , 23N  or 1N2 .

Please email iflylongisland@gmail.com and indicate something about yourself. License, total time, ratings if any, preferences (i.e. high wing, low wing, tail tragger, electric start).

Thanks



David Kruger
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#2 Posted: 5/20/2010 21:45:30

You might want to join The Aircraft Partnership Association. Membership is free. The APA's website is www.TheAPA.com

There are APA members in the Long Island area. You can post a detailed profile of what you want, search for others with similar needs and also be found by them.



Marcus Xenakis
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#3 Posted: 5/21/2010 09:52:04

Hi David,

Thanks for the tip. I tried registering today. I am interested in a partnership or club. The process won’t let me get past the “My Aircraft” profile.  I obviously don’t have one.  I did answer the preferences questions on previous pages.  I did not complete the process.