The Aircraft Partnership Association (APA) will have a display in the Affordable Flying area within the Aviation Learning Center during EAA AirVenture 2009 in Oshkosh.
Since sharing expenses is one of the best ways to lower the cost of owning and operating an aircraft, the Aircraft Partnership Association will be present to help aviators effectively find suitable partners with the same objectives, association officials said.
“While the concept of finding partners to share and reduce the cost of ownership is not new, the challenge has always been turning a good idea into reality,” said David A. Kruger, CEO, who claims the association’s web-based technology and searchable database to match partners is that “effective mechanism to identity potential aviators in your area that you may otherwise never meet.”
Membership is free for individuals. The association has nearly 4,000 members in its database, which it refers to as the “Virtual Pilot Lounge.”
For more information: www.TheAPA.com.