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And I suppose 2/3rds of the pilots...


And I suppose 2/3rds of the pilots...  

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Author: Use2care   Date: 4/17/2017 9:32:53 AM  +3/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

In my experience of turning wrenches for nearly 30yrs, flying offshore with the aircraft loaded, shoulder to shoulder, gives a new perspective of what the pilots and your aircraft experience on a daily basis.


It allows you to understand the magnitude of something going wrong, with only water as your heli pad.


An aircraft loaded to the gills is a whole different beast compared to carrying out a maintenance flight arounf the pattern.


There may be pilots that would best be kept at a desk, but there are mechanics I wouldnt let work on my mower. In the end, its HR that allows them to continue employment.


 

 
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Why this BS of carrying an A&P after maintenance? +3/-2 Dunmaintaining 4/16/2017 2:24:25 PM