Batteries Are the Heart of GA Aircraft

Here's the down-and-dirty of what you should know about aircraft lead-acid batteries.
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A&P Certificate Offers More Than ‘Spinning Wrenches in the Trenches’

A&P technical training opens doors to career opportunities beyond working line maintenance or banging rivets on the hangar floor.
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The Path to A&P: Changes to FAR Part 147

Here’s what you need to know about the new FAA rule for airframe and powerplant (A&P) schools.
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How You Can Forge a Career Path in A&P Maintenance

When contemplating a career in aircraft maintenance, there are several variables to consider.
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An Expert Introduction to Airworthiness Directives

FAA ADs are ‘legally enforceable rules’ that every pilot should pay attention to.
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Top Five A&P Mechanic Traps

Here are the things you really should not do when maintaining an airplane.
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How Well Do You Know Aircraft Landing Gear?

The care and keeping of landing gear is the baseline for any aircraft maintenance organization.
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All You Need To Know About PMA Parts

Parts manufacturer approval drop-in replacements offer alternatives to OEM parts.
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The Wide World of Hand Tools

Tool trucks can be worlds of enchantment, so it’s important to know your way around.
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How Much Can I Work on My Airplane? It Depends

Certificated, experimental, and homebuilt aircraft each have their own sets of rules and regulations for maintenance. Here’s what you need to know.
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