How many hours each month will my airplane need to fly to break even?

As a general rule of thumb, your airplane should fly at least 50 hours each month to cover the costs of your airplane.  If your airplane doesn’t average 50 hours, you’ll still  reduce the cost of ownership, however the IRS requires that you can show a profit motivation and ongoing months of  low flight time could jeopardize your deductions.

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