I think 100h TT is meaningless depends how many hours one does per year on type and their flying budget, if one flies +36h/year on any complex that should be more than enough, altough insurance budget will eat into fuel budget, how much it's worth it is up to them?
Also reflexes at 100h TT at young age clocking 80h/year on type are way more sharper than at 2000h TT at old age doing 12h/year
If they can afford to run (and maybe bend) an Arrow or Commander while clocking load of hours on it, go for it, currency on type is king !
C182 or Piper6 comes in handy for regular short grass and 4pob at full fuel, the advantage is you would rarely have to wiggle in Perf or WnB and wind calculations...
Rob P wrote:
Ibra wrote:if you are looking for 2.6537 seaters ...
What size of child equates to 0.6537 of an adult?
It's 0.7 today