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    £50 per month nice solid hangar no water but only two planes so no hangar rash
    fly high fly safe and may you always have the wind at your back
    (except when taking off or landing according to Phil )


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    Well, I googled sunshine hours in Perth and it came up with 3200 hours per year.


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    Haha, yeah.. and did it say much about Kangaroo BBQ's?


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    Hey Smiffy, you should copy Barton!

    £192pcm at Barton for the Europa
    And about 1/3 of that for the Escapade Kid on a farm strip.


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    Barton is now over 200 ... 203.61 to be exact for a 3 axis. We do have a night watchman which is starting to look essential for anyone with a 912 engine these days.
    We will be getting a new hanger soon as well ... hope it doesn't come with an increase.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggles View Post
    Barton is now over 200 ... 203.61 to be exact for a 3 axis. We do have a night watchman which is starting to look essential for anyone with a 912 engine these days.
    We will be getting a new hanger soon as well ... hope it doesn't come with an increase.
    My 3-axis at Barton is £192. It depends on wingspan and length.


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    I believe that Goodwood charges over £300 pm for 3 axis. That might be a record unless someone knows of a higher figure.


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