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Are Dassault Falcon aircraft too expensive to operate

Old 18th Nov 2019, 23:49
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Are Dassault Falcon aircraft too expensive to operate

A few weeks ago A Falcon 50 departed for USA and now there is two Falcon 20 aircraft parked at Bankstown with USA registration about to depart.

Are these aircraft too expensive to operate or just getting too old.
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Old 19th Nov 2019, 07:22
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"Are these aircraft too expensive to operate or just getting too old."

No more no less than any aircraft in Australia. Up to 40% cheaper in the USA
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Mine's pretty cheap to run. I put it in experimental, do my own maintenance.
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All aircraft are too expensive to operate ....
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Are you using the DA to try to smuggle drugs that will make you a big profit or are you going to try to compete with passenger RPT services YSSY - YMML?

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Old 19th Nov 2019, 08:49
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Originally Posted by Mumbai Merlin View Post
A few weeks ago A Falcon 50 departed for USA and now there is two Falcon 20 aircraft parked at Bankstown with USA registration about to depart.

Are these aircraft too expensive to operate or just getting too old.
With no respect: ĎIf you have to ask the price, then you canít afford ití!
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Old 19th Nov 2019, 09:23
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They are too expensive too operate as they are too old. like any other aircraft: the younger the cheaper to operate but the more expensive to own
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Old 19th Nov 2019, 09:59
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Devil Apologies for some thread drift!!

They are too expensive to operate as they are too old. like any other aircraft: the younger the cheaper to operate but the more expensive to own
Forgive me everyone, but I just can't let the above quote go by without slight alteration;

Please note; The below only applies to a certain demographic;

They are too expensive to operate as they are too young! Like some other Women: the younger are the far more expensive to operate and the more expensive to own,

Flak jacket, Stahlhelm und slit trench!

Last edited by Pinky the pilot; 20th Nov 2019 at 10:20. Reason: Typo
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Old 19th Nov 2019, 11:22
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Forgive me everyone, but I just can't let the above quote go by without slight alteration;

Please note; The below only applies to a certain demographic;




Flak jacket, Stahlhlem und slit trench!
Pinky, as a former ASA pilot who is now with the RFDS once said "If it has t*ts, wings or wheels it will give you problems & cost you money!"

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If it flys, floats or fornicates, it is cheaper to rent it!
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