The upgrade eliminates the AD that requires exhaust system checks every 25 hours.
The pilot reported a "rough mag" on the No. 4 engine.
Probable cause: The pilot's decision to continue visual flight into instrument meteorological conditions, which resulted in spatial disorientation and a subsequent loss of control.
Jeff Auen submitted this photo and note: “Things are looking up at Essex Skypark in Baltimore, Maryland, after the storm. Time to preflight!” Would you like to have your photo featured as Picture of the Day? You can submit it via this form. All photos sent in for Picture of the Day are also considered […]
Hiqh-quality flight training isn’t facilitated by happy accidents, unexpected surprises, or random experiences.
The CAF's Alaska Squadron honors Col. Howard "Mike" Hunt.
The multifunction flight management system is designed for turbine aircraft and helicopters.
Probable cause: The pilot’s geographic disorientation while maneuvering in the airport traffic pattern in dark night conditions, which resulted in the airplane descending below a normal approach path and a collision with trees. Contributing to the accident was the pilot's lack of recent night flight experience.
Steve Curcio submitted this photo and note: “At the end of the rainbow, Cindy Guntly Airfield (62C) in Franksville, Wisconsin.” Would you like to have your photo featured as Picture of the Day? You can submit it via this form. All photos sent in for Picture of the Day are also considered for our new […]
The club was founded in 1961 by people interested in “perpetuating aviation as it was during the Golden Age of Aviation the 1930s.”