MaintenanceFix Your Plane Yourself
177 and 210 Carry-Through Spar ADs
If you own a strutless Cessna, namely the 177 and 210, you’re probably well acquainted with the carry-through spar airworthiness directives that have come out in the last few years.
Upgrade & RefurbishExpert Tips to Do It Right
How to Paint Interior Plastic Trim
How to paint interior plastic trim, step by step instructions with photos.
AvionicsExclusive Advice for Your Panel
PLANE OWNERSHIP SERIES, PART 3: AVIONICS AND MORE
Plane Ownership - Part 3, covers everything you need to know to transition into your new-to-you Cessna aircraft. The information in this webinar includes avionics, finance, and upgrades.
- Become a Better Pilot
- Cessna Service Bulletins
- Aviation Insurance & Financing
The Dangers of Noise Fatigue
Fatigue, noise fatigue in particular, is a special enemy of general aviation pilots, specifically because we’re our own worst enemies. It seems noise suppression, like weight reduction, is one of the industry’s most impossible missions. Engineers simply didn’t know how to build a quiet aircraft cockpit.
Continental Issues Mandatory Service Bulletin for Potential Crankshaft Counterweight Assembly Error
On Feb. 17, Continental released Mandatory Service Bulleting MSB23-01A regarding a possible error...
Tips and Trap in Warranties
So, I got to thinking. What about all these warranties on aircraft and their components? I know that if you have an accident and you have insurance, the damage should be covered. But of course, repairs to worn-out parts aren’t covered. And what about the engine? If the crank is cracked or the compression is low, is that a warranty item or an insurance item? Or is that just a part of ownership?