Cessna is launching one of the largest aging aircraft inspection programs to be undertaken for a fleet of single-piston airplanes. The Wichita plane maker has developed a supplemental inspection program designed to stem concerns of possible corrosion and fatigue stress on nearly 145,000 100- and 200-series single-engine aircraft it produced between 1946 and 1986. The inspections are being added to service manuals for 200-series aircraft this month and for 100-series aircraft in April, the ...
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