Have you ever noticed, Company, that when you see airplanes at the airport - and I don't mean big jets, I mean that little ones that normal-ish folks fly around at slow speed - they always look the same? Well that is because there isn't a lot of change in the basic design of a single engine plane, but it also disguises the fact that most of them are pretty old, at least by everyday standards. Planes that hearken back to the 70s and 80s are the norm on the grass strips and friendly local small airports of America. Kind of shocking, isn't it? Well, it shouldn't be, because if you think about it, planes are expansive so why would there be a lot of people buying them as if they were cars.
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So I guess that the idea here is that if you want to be riding the wave of small airplane popularity, search through all your couch cushions - even the ones on the love seat - ditch your ratty old Beechcraft and get yourself a SR22. It's what all the cool kids are doing these days. That and getting knee replacement.