Airplane Owner Maintenance
Podcast Episode 005
Valuable and Specific Maintenance Training
Specific aviation maintenance training is often extremely focused and highly beneficial.
Some specific training I’ve had the opportunity to participate in:
1997: Pratt & Whitney PT-6 engine school in Montreal, Québec, Canada
2003: American Bonanza Society (ABS) service clinic in Poughkeepsie, New York
2004: King Air C90B familiarization and inspection procedures in Rocky Mount, North Carolina
2005: Diamond Aircraft factory maintenance training in London, Ontario, Canada
2007: Flight Safety Westwind jet maintenance training in Wilmington, Delaware
2012: Twin Cessna Flyer / TAS Aviation twin cessna engine and airframe maintenance training in Defiance, Ohio
2013: Continental Motors Inc (CMI) factory engine training course in Mobile, Alabama
Benefits of Specific Aviation Maintenance Training
- It keeps things interesting; and an interested aviator is a safer aviator!
- It gives you a distinct troubleshooting advantage. You will be more equipped to solve in-flight problems.
- It sets you up to be able to help and teach others who may also benefit from what you have learned.
Please do two things:
- Choose a specific training course or seminar to attend in 2016 that relates to your airplane. It will make you a better pilot!
- Leave me a comment on this page… what has been YOUR most outstanding specific aviation training you’ve ever received? Share it so that others can also benefit. Thank You!
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