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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The tripod jack is used in routine maintenance procedures that requires raising the nose, wing or tail section to allow maintenance personnel to work on those parts of the aircraft. Multiple tripod jacks placed in the correct locations under an aircraft will allow the entire aircraft to be lifted off of the ground. Some jacks […]
The Sterile Cockpit Rule refers to a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulation that was developed in 1981 that states that any member of a flight crew should not perform any other duties, or exchange in irrelevant conversations during the critical phases of flight such as take-off, taxiing on the runway, flight deviations, landings, and any […]
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