Aviation Safety Letter 2/2004
In This Issue
- When Things Aren't... *
- From the Investigator's Desk: Navigational Error — Convair 580
- Weight and Balance of Aircraft
- Locating Aircraft in Case of Emergency
- Floatplane Fuelling
- Ballistic Recovery System Parachutes: The Lifesaver
- A Stall at Pattern Altitude Claims Another Life
- Spring Inspection of Your Aircraft — A Must
- Exhaust System Failures: A Severe Flight Hazard
- Taken from the TSB and CADORS File
- COPA Corner — Who is Responsible for Aircraft Maintenance?
- Vancouver/Victoria Airspace: Are you in Conflict?
- I Have Seen the Eyes of Death — Part I
- Transponder Operation in a Non-radar Environment
- Collision with Mountain
- SARSCENE 2004
- To the Letter: Class D Airspace at Bagotville, Quebec
- The ASL Interview — Corey Nordal
- Take 5: Living with Vortices
Correction to article "When Things Aren't..."
Please note that the third sentence of paragraph 1, which ends with "...killing all onboard." should have read "...killing 83 of 179 onboard."
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