The GAJSC and the NTSB have determined that a significant number of general aviation fatalities could be avoided if pilots were to conduct more thorough preflight inspections of airtcraft that have just been returned to service.
- Discuss the consequences of inadequate preflight inspections of aircraft that are being returned to service after maintenance.
- Discuss common problems that have led to accidents.
- Encourage pilots to coordinate with mechanics before flying aircraft that have recently been maintained.
- Encourage pilots pay particular attention to aircraft components that may have been affected by recent maintenance.
Topic of the Month for February is Advanced Preflight after Maintenance.