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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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) such as Drones and other remote-controlled aircraft, may be thought of as just fun and harmless toys, however, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has other thoughts. Since the explosion of consumer drone purchases in the last few years, the FAA has developed or recently changed numerous regulations that limit and control […]
Axle Jacks are one of the most common types of aircraft jacks and are an important part of any aircraft maintenance program. They are used by ground support personnel when performing maintenance or repair involving the wheels and tires and related components such as brakes and struts. Maintenance for these types of aircraft components does […]
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