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What Pilots Expect - What Mechanics know
Communication Between the Pilot / Owner and the Mechanic is Important After Any Maintenance is Performed.
Date and Time:
Thursday, June 18, 2020, starting at 19:00 Eastern Daylight Time (16:00 PDT, 17:00 MDT, 18:00 CDT, 13:00 HST, 15:00 AKDT, 16:00 Arizona, 23:00 GMT)
Mike Everhart
Brief Description:

Picking up an aircraft after maintenance should be dealt with caution. Make sure you are a good candidate for retrieving an aircraft right out of maintenance. Have you experienced any engine failures? Any system failures. Remember, human error can happen at any level. A loose connection from a battery can cause a fire, loose fuel hoses, oil hoses, a left-out cotter pin on a main wheel or throttle control. Little things can catch up to you. Just make sure to be prepared and experienced enough to handle any occurrence.

Get to know the mechanic you have hired.  They need to know you also. You need to understand how your mechanic thinks. Sit in on this webinar and find out exact what question you both should be asking. 

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Phone: (336) 369-3951
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This webinar is hosted by Mike Everhart the Director of Maintenance at Belle Aircraft Maintenance in Asheville NC. Mike is the FAASTeam Representative in Western North Carolina and won the 2019 & 2020 Regional Aircraft Technician of the Year Award for his expertise, providing seminars, webinars, promoting and supporting aviation safety. He has over 35 years of General Aviation experience on all types of aircraft, not including his Military Service as an Aviation Machinist Mate in the Navy.

Credit Applicability:
Advanced WINGS
1 Credit for Advanced Knowledge Topic 1
1 Hour Total for AMT
FAASTeam Project Information:
National Project:
Conduct safety event addressing “Owner/Operator Maintenance”
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