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Tools to Monitor Aircraft Performance

Did you know that there are tools you can use now to help you forecast problems before they reach the point of failure? Changes in aircraft performance can be a sign of developing mechanical issues. Learn about flight data monitoring and more by clicking on our blog.

Pilots continue to have unreasonable expectations of their own personal performance, and the performance of their aircraft, which has contributed to fatal general aviation (GA) accidents.

The General Aviation Joint Steering Committee’s (GAJSC) working group on system/component failure (powerplant) suggests that reasonable performance expectations, based on realistic data from flight data monitors, can help forecast system/component problems before they reach the point of failure, resulting in safer flight operations.

Read more on our blog or download our printable fact sheet.

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