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FAA Registration Debacle


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Jan 27, 2016
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For fun, money, or because I am crazy, I seam to continue to buy and sell airplanes. I just sold a nice little Piper Arrow that had a fun trip down a runway without landing gear under it. Before that was a really nice 150 that was missing a few wing ribs from corrosion. I have been waiting now a year for a sweet little Twinkie we completely refurbed and my daughter is now doing her multi in. So it goes, looks like I am addicted.

My question is the FAA is a DISASTER, and totally unreliable doing transfers since Covid. I thought some years back there was a firm that would hand carry your transfer through the office in Oklahoma City. Are these services still available. My Google search doesn't turn much up. Id gladly pay premium to get these transfers in a timely fashion.

Any one have a better way to do this?

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