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Published in English and German, AEROMARKT is the largest and most visited bi-lingual General Aviation (GA) market platform in Continental Europe. We reach nearly 39,000 unique GA insiders every month.

Over a thousand aircraft change hands through AEROMARKT each year. Within the same period of time, nearly half a million individual genuine pilots and aircraft owners visit our online markets with their PCs or mobile devices, or they read our printed magazine.

Access to AEROMARKT is free of charge in all three publication forms, a most attractive feature for readers and users. The high number of vendors from all across Europe and beyond posting their aircraft listings on our site is an impressive proof of this statement.

Another unique AEROMARKT feature is that we combine our market content with interesting editorial input in both languages, English and German. Interesting news and stories from within GA, company- or product portraits as well as destination tips, a calendar of events, and much more frame our comprehensive market section.

News

The stunt pilot in his Siai Marchetti
On behalf of tool manufacturer Bahco , Ralf Niebergall will be presenting tool trolleys and special tool sets for aircraft

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New AOPA Safety Letter
The calculation of weight and balance of an aircraft is the task of the pilot in command. It might not be necessary to do this before every flight, especially if the conditions do not

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Looking for the right airplane
Time was quickly ticking down to my day with the examiner for my private pilot check ride. I had mastered the steep turns, the frightening stalls and high performance landings and takeoffs.

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Short Field Takeoff
It was a beautiful summer day and my wife, my son, and I were going to enjoy it to the fullest. We were flying to Madeline Island (4R5) in La Pointe, Wisconsin, for the day. The field

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Bumpy ride!
The airplane probably can handle it, but only if you slow down, keep the wings level and accept altitude excursions.

There I was, sliding down from my cruising altitude



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The Pre-Buy exam
Whether you're buying an airplane to refurbish or one that's just been refurbed it's essential that you subject it to a pre-buy exam by a mechanic you chose. You should especially look

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Commercial IFR Single-Engine Turbine Operations
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has now published long-awaited rules broadening the permitted use of single-engine turbine (SET) aircraft in commercial operations. Previously,

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Floating Down The Runway?
It's frustrating to watch stripe after stripe pass underneath your nose, well past where you planned to touch down. Worse yet, your airspeed just isn't bleeding off. We've all been

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200th Tecnam P2006T sold
Tecnam has reported that they have just delivered their 200th twin-engine P2006T aircraft. The latest Tecnam P2006T joins the Bartolini Air fleet, a flight training school based out

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Eclipse ends 550 production
One Aviation will stop building Eclipse 550 aircraft this year as it gets ready to replace that design with the code-named Eclipse Canada. CEO Alan Klapmeier told an event in Hammond,

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