Batteries deserve more credit in the successful operation of your aircraft. They are the first component to engage an aircraft’s electrical system and the last line of defense before everything shuts down in an emergency.
Simply put, fuel starvation occurs when the available fuel is unable to reach the engines. Water, debris and microbes in aircraft fuel tanks clog fuel supply lines and filters and ultimately starve the engines of the necessary fuel.
To continue conducting business, operators need to stay connected to their contacts on the ground while at any altitude, anywhere in the world, and without the high cost of traditional airborne internet solutions.
Time sometimes slips by faster than we realize. And while it does, components that are sitting on shelves as serviceable are aging.
Listen as team members in the airframe, engine, avionics, FBO, quality assurance, NDT, and interior departments discuss their backgrounds, what a typical day looks like, their job duties, and advice for individuals interested in a career at Duncan Aviation.