Advanced Preflight After Maintenance

The NTSB believes that a significant number of post-maintenance fatal wrecks might be avoided if pilots got serious about preflighting.

If you’ve ever retrieved an aircraft from a maintenance shop you probably sat up a little straighter in the seat on that first takeoff run. If you haven’t, your mind is not in the right place.  Maintenance can—as the NTSB reports consistently prove—introduce another layer of risk that goes with the territory of wrenching an […]
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