How Hourly Maintenance Provides Shelter From Explosive Surprises

Although nearly as rare as humble fighter pilots, catastrophic engine failures do occur. And when they do, there is a good reason for that adjective. Assuming the pilots get the aircraft down safely, the failed engine will have to be removed and sent to a shop for repair. Meanwhile, a loaner will...

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