Stop whining like an old woman, that's a mile more than you need. Its only bad when your ADI is leaning 5 degrees to the right in level flight, you lose your generator, its more than a half hour past sunset, snowing and your on one of the special vfr radials holding with 6 other airplanes all waiting to be cleared in the class D. Never mind the twitch in my left eye, its nothing.Very much more expensive...and you didn't know that 500 and 2 was good vfr did you?
Yeah, well, Alaska bashing is always entertaining. Thanks for the numbers, Flyalot.Another post that goes wrong!
About 55,000 for a 207/PA-32 in the bush. Max about 75,000 for 208's/PA-31/Be200 etc.
Pay will change with the distance from Anchorage. The farther out, the more pay!