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Emergency! Urgent care for your aircraft

from By Sabrina Woods, FAA Safety Briefing

It is bad when you or one of your passengers gets sick while on your cross-country adventure. It just might be worse should your plane take ill. After all, you are likely to have insight as to what could be wrong with you. Moreover you have the capability of telling your treating physician it hurts "here." But when that previously cheerful rattle suddenly grows ominously louder, when you struggle to lift the nose despite being fully trimmed up, or when that needle on the EGT gauge all of a sudden reads "tilt," you've got problems. Your plane is sick. more

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