Aircraft Review

January 2018 Issue

Window Replacement: Options Abound

When it’s time to replace your acrylic windows options include thicker material, numerous tints and infrared-blocking materials.

Despite pilots’ most intense desires, airplane components wear out. Fortunately for their wallets, the major stuff on general aviation airplanes that are hangared and flown a few hundred hours a year—the airframe parts and pieces—should last the better part of a century. Along those lines, the things used by pilots to see through portions of the airframe, the windows, generally have a useful life measured in decades.

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