IBIS Magic GS 700

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A mere 93 model.
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The Odyssey is a tight fit but nonetheless she fits!

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Is it flying yet?
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Applying for proving flight authority today.
Should fly before Friday
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So you get to fly?
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SkySketch wrote:So you get to fly?
Did the first engine runs today.
Still trying to get the setup sorted in the EFIS
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Finally my dads Ibis took to the skies.

Looking smart with the colour scheme.

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Flew it to FAKT on the weekend.
WOW! she flies so well!!!
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Hi dale

Will you be bringing my fathers plane this weekend, or is it still not done? My dad tried phoning you.

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Must say, this plane looks good. The write up in the African Pilot this month is also good, how is that price....

What will the OPS cost be for this AC?
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BallsOfFire wrote:Must say, this plane looks good. The write up in the African Pilot this month is also good, how is that price....

What will the OPS cost be for this AC?
Starting price ready to fly. R480 000
Running cost depends on many thing and hours per month.
Could be around R300 per hour
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What are other owners experience on support, after sales experience and also conversions to this AC?
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BallsOfFire wrote:What are other owners experience on support, after sales experience and also conversions to this AC?
Only 2 in the country so far
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dale wrote:
Skybound wrote:From afar, you could almost mistake this aerie for a Cessna :lol:
Now you know why it flies so well
I think this is a good buy and the finish look very good all the best. :roll: :roll: :roll:
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Dale should arrive within the next 2 hours :D :D
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