Aviation Maintenance in a Time of Wildfires

Aircraft jet engines are particularly susceptible to damage when flying through adverse conditions such as forest fire smoke.
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Jet It Fallout Leaves Owners Shouldering Aircraft Maintenance

After the fractional jet company ceased operations, its owners are now responsible for maintaining the airplanes.
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3 Ways to Jump-start Networking in Aircraft Maintenance

Mechanic and alumni organizations offer options for staying connected in the industry.
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AMT Day Honors Aircraft Mechanics

Education is pricey, tools are expensive, and it takes years to earn a living wage as an aircraft mechanic.
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Maintaining Your Aircraft: Steadfast and True

The Lycoming O-320 powers a significant fleet of airplanes.
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Cessna 172 Maintenance Planning

Before beginning an aircraft upgrade, there are a few parameters to address before laying wrenches on bolt heads.
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Cessna 172 Annual Maintenance and What It Will Cost You

The annual inspection is one of the most significant cost drivers for Cessna 172 owners.
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Cessna 172 Offers Opportunity for Intro to Aircraft Maintenance

In addition to being affordable and forgiving in the air, the Skyhawk is easy to maintain.
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Aircraft Maintenance and Weathering a Pandemic

While the pandemic did not cause personnel shortages and fleet changes, it rapidly accelerated and exacerbated existing industry issues.
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Crankshaft Counterweights and the Potential for Catastrophic Failure

The discovery of a potential crankshaft flaw in some Continental engines highlights why they must function properly.
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