NHQ/MXA recommends this course for all CAP pilots:
AIR SAFETY FOUNDATION DEBUTS AGING AIRCRAFT ONLINE COURSE
With the average general aviation aircraft more than 30 years old, pilots and aircraft ownerseven those of newer airplanesshould pay special attention to the maintenance of their airplanes. To educate pilots, the AOPA Air Safety Foundation and AOPA's Government Affairs division teamed to develop a free Aging Aircraft online course. The course defines aging aircraft, discusses factors that influence the rate of aging, and suggests inspection and maintenance practices for these aircraft. Manufacturer-specific concerns are addressed in four separate tracks: Beechcraft, Cessna, Mooney, and Piper.
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