Online classified site strictly for experimentals launches

HASTINGS, Minn. — Just launched is SkySwapper.com, an online classified site dedicated to the needs of the experimental aviation community.

“Over the past few years I’ve noticed that many homebuilders communicate via their own separate online groups. Also, when people are looking to buy or sell parts (or planes), that experience is also quite fragmented. They post on individual email lists, dedicated builder forums, and the big general aviation classifieds sites, but often these listings would be of interest to everyone regardless of which type of plane they are building or flying,” said Ed Kranz, creator of SkySwapper.com.

“As I’ve been building my own Van’s RV-10, I found myself spending a lot of time searching many forums and big general aviation sites looking for parts and tools that any homebuilder could be selling. What I really needed was a place that builders could easily connect with other builders, regardless of what type of plane they had. SkySwapper.com fills that need.”

SkySwapper.com is in its beta release, which means users are encouraged to provide feedback and suggestions on usability.

“Posting ads with one photo will always be free, but during the beta you can sign up using the promo code: LAUNCH and be able to post ads with up to four pictures for free plus a few perks as a thank you for using the site.”

SkySwapper.com includes classified ad sections for buying and selling in progress and completed aircraft, aircraft parts and tools, pilot accessories, airplane partnerships, and a community area where users can list events and volunteer opportunities. In addition, homebuilders could be featured as the SkySwapper Homebuilder Spotlight, which includes pictures of their aircraft and interview highlighted on the site.

For more information: SkySwapper.com.

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