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Tue, Jan 10, 2017

Aero-TV: Bristell Shares - Finding an Affordable Way into Light Sport Aviation

The Bristell Share Program Gets You Into a Light Sport Aircraft Without the Big Bucks Up Front…

While at the Deland Sport Aviation Showcase 2016, ANN News Editor, Tom Patton, took the opportunity to talk with Louis Mancuso, the president of Bristell Aircraft. Tom picked up some information about their line of light sport aircraft as well as a new program they are promoting.

Mancuso says their new idea is called the Share Program. It’s a great program to help promote sport aviation and to make it more affordable. Mancuso explains that for a flat monthly fee and a low hourly cost for use of the airplane, pilots can have a Bristell light sport aircraft readily available for flight as well as become a share owner of the airplane.

As the interview continues, Mancuso explains the background of the program and how it complements the sale of their airplanes. There is even a safety valve built into the program to assure that pilots who are involved are qualified to fly the airplane. And of course, Tom gets into detailed questions about the airplane itself.

Watch the video to get the complete story; a shared plan sounds like a great way to get into a light sport airplane without the big bucks up front.

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