Do you know where the name “Citabria came from? Check this out: The name “Citabria” is actually “Airbatic” spelled backwards. Interesting trivia.
Today, we cover a quick review of the annual inspection checklist for the Citabria. Thank you to Dan Frankel for requesting this topic.
Also, I’d like to thank Brian Schober for his kind words in a recent iTunes review, and also in an email he sent me. In that email, he mentioned how the podcast “allows us to identify concerns before they become actual issues.” Yes! That is precisely one of the things I love to see happen… airplane owners identifying possible concerns, and taking action to keep them from developing into dangerous situations. So thank you Brian, for sharing that. If anyone wants to hear the rest of what Brian said, just listen to today’s episode.
Finally, I’d like to thank Leon and Wynne Johenning, owners of a pristine 1997 Citabria, model 7GCBC. I’ve mentioned them in some previous episodes, including the very first episode. If you’re interested you can listen to that one at AirplaneOwnerMaintenance.com/001
I’ve enjoyed working with Leon and Wynne so much, and they’ve become great friends.
Thank you, Leon and Wynne!
Reminder: The new video course, “Safety Wire Like A Pro!” will soon be available. Watch for more details coming soon. Even if you have zero experience in safety wiring, this course can help you learn to perform the task with excellence and make it look like it was done by a pro!