Category Archives: Seaplane Articles

5 Training Tips when Weather Keeps you Grounded

It can be frustrating when weather keeps you on the ground but that doesn’t mean you can’t make progress in your training.  Here are some tips to help you make progress even when the ATIS doesn’t cooperate. Get some actual … Continue reading

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Maintenance Discrepancies

Wear and tear is part of aviation.  From light sport aircraft to heavy transports, equipment and components wear down over time and sometimes fail unexpectedly.  How you communicate this information with mechanics significantly affects the time and cost to get your … Continue reading

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Inoperative Equipment

The Pilot in Command is responsible for determining airworthiness of the aircraft by checking compliance of required inspections and visually inspecting the airplane prior to flight. Most of the time everything is normal and works properly but occasionally you may find equipment that is visibly damaged or malfunctioning. Is the airplane airworthy?
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