A pitot static system is the driving force of an aircraft’s speed. There are many components that make up this crucial system of an aircraft. This guide will walk you through the components of a pitot static system, the importance of calibration, how-to calibrate and more.
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In order to better understand an aviation calibration report, it is first important to know exactly what should be on it and why. Below, we have created a list of requirements that should be included in your aviation calibration report. FACTORS NEEDED IN AN AVIATION CALIBRATION REPORT First and foremost, an aviation calibration report must […]
An aviation calibration report documents essential information regarding aviation equipment conditions. In other words, the calibration report is a statement of results of calibration. The aviation calibration report includes specific details about out-of-tolerance conditions and special measurement conditions. It also provides information on the calibration correction. WHAT MAKES UP AN AVIATION CALIBRATION REPORT An aviation […]