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Maintenance & Technical

  • Renovating an Interior Part Four: Understanding Corrosion
    Renovating an Interior Part Four: Understanding Corrosion DENNIS WOLTER continues his series of articles about interior renovation with a deep dive into how corrosion occurs, as well as where you’re most likely to find it. With all the interior components and insulation removed, the clock has been turned back to the day…
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Avionics

  • The Road to Certification: GFC 500 for the Retractable 182s
    The Road to Certification: GFC 500 for the Retractable 182s Garmin’s GFC 500 autopilot is still very new, and supported aircraft are being added all the time. TROY WHISTMAN, a Cessna Flyer Association member, was selected and agreed to loan his 1980 Cessna TR182 Turbo Skylane RG as a test aircraft for Garmin’s certification of the autopilot in retractable Skylanes.…
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Cessna Single Engine

  • No Fuss and No Frills: The Cessna 150 and 152
    No Fuss and No Frills: The Cessna 150 and 152 Years ago, these simple, economical, two-seat, tricycle-gear aircraft comprised the majority of the training fleet. Today, the 150 and 152 persevere and are still well-suited for either training or personal use. If you haven’t heard of or seen a Cessna 150 or its successor, the Cessna 152, you mark yourself…
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Cessna Twins

  • YouTube’s “310 Pilot”
    YouTube’s “310 Pilot” Not since the legendary Sky King’s Songbird has a Cessna 310 enjoyed such a steadfast following as that of Kevin and Jaime Thornton’s 771BC. (For a PDF of this as it appeared in Cessna Flyer magazine click here) I'm old enough to admit that the Sky King TV series is…
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