Flight instrumentation is critical to the safety of commercial, transport, and business flights alike. When instruments aren’t displaying or calculating accurate information, the next steps of the flight can’t be determined with accuracy. Pilots and flight systems rely on the accuracy of sensors and displays to make adjustments to flight, especially in emergency situations. While
The Ohio Aviation Maintenance Symposium took place at the Columbus State Conference Center on Thursday March 16th. The space provided better audio visual presentation options over the aviation maintenance facility at Bolton Field Airport. The event provided AMTs with 8 hours of Inspection Authorization (IA) training. Over 200 aviation maintenance professionals attended and roughly 20
Keeping track of calibration due dates can be difficult, especially if you have hundreds of assets, equipment that is used at multiple facilities, or various calibration intervals between tooling. It can be taxing for tooling or quality managers to keep track of these dates. To address issues with late calibration, many companies are looking towards
On Thursday March 16th, e2b calibration will be at the Ohio Aviation Maintenance Symposium in Columbus. This will be the first local aviation maintenance show that the team has attended. The Ohio Aviation Maintenance Symposium will offer education of aviation maintenance best practices, discussion of new technologies, and networking between AMT students and professionals. The
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