Looking for DA40 or DA42 to fly, Denver-Alamosa area

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drmiller
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Looking for DA40 or DA42 to fly, Denver-Alamosa area

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Used to own a DA40,and can no longer rent one along Colorado Front Range. Looking for someone who would like a rental partner or co-owner for DA40 or DA42, in Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, or Alamosa area.
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Re: Looking for DA40 or DA42 to fly, Denver-Alamosa area

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Can email me at drmiller@drewmiller.com
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Re: Looking for DA40 or DA42 to fly, Denver-Alamosa area

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drmiller wrote:
Fri Jan 08, 2021 11:29 pm
Used to own a DA40,and can no longer rent one along Colorado Front Range. Looking for someone who would like a rental partner or co-owner for DA40 or DA42, in Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, or Alamosa area.
Highly recommend Aspen Flying Club at KAPA Centennial - their website still has the DA40 I did my instrument training on plus a DA42.

https://americanflightschools.com/aircr ... 78&make=41

Affiliate at KBJC Rocky Mountain Metro also has Diamonds.

Very nice people and the rates were cheap enough to justify a 2 week trip coming from East Coast.

good luck,
dan
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Re: Looking for DA40 or DA42 to fly, Denver-Alamosa area

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Regret to inform you that your old DA40 broke down in December and again in January, couldn't generate takeoff power. This is a major reason I'm looking; Aspen Flying Club has no flying DA40 now and none for hundreds of miles around.
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Re: Looking for DA40 or DA42 to fly, Denver-Alamosa area

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That’s quite a range of geography you’re looking at, as I’m sure you’re aware. I’ve driven all around there in the years I lived in Colorado. I hope one of our folks here can help you out.
2002 DA40: MT, PowerFlow, 530W/430W, KAP140, ext. baggage, 1090 ES out, 2646 MTOW, 40gal., Surefly, Flightstream 210, Orion 600 LED, XeVision, Aspen E5
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