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Articles from Aviation Safety (August 1, 2010)

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Airborne airbags? None of us plan to crash, but stuff happens. When it does, your seat belt/harness may not keep you from hitting the panel but an AmSafe airbag probably will. Burnside, Joseph E. (Jeb) 1460
Beech 60 duke. Brief article 144
Beech B19 musketeer. Brief article 130
Beech C90 king air. Brief article 139
Beech F33A bonanza. Brief article 107
Beech G35 bonanza. Brief article 143
Cessna 172H. 151
Cessna 172H. 104
Cessna 210L. 102
Cessna T310R. 179
Cessna U206F. 136
Deferring maintenance: an annual inspection is just that: an inspection. Some items can be deferred with a good read of your trusted IA and the aircraft maintenance manual. Some can't. Anglisano, Larry 2767
Do we really need ELTs? Burnside, Jeb Editorial 476
Engine failure: from denial to final: shake off the shock, and fly the airplane. While you're at it, you'll want to verify the failure and try to fix it. Then think about where to land. Turner, Thomas P. 3473
Finessing fuel: there are lots of reasons you might be eating into your reserves. Slowing down means greater range and more time to come up with a solution. Higdon, Dave 2689
IFR chart choices: despite electronic-charting advances, paper still rules. But the best chart products are the easiest ones to keep updated and in the airplane. 2499
Jammed and frayed. 386
Luscombe 11A. Brief article 138
Mountain wave: going from smooth VMC to turbulent IMC in a matter of seconds can lead to spatial disorientation. Case study 1265
Piper PA-32R-300. Brief article 126
Piper PA-46-310P. Brief article 119
Schleicher Ash 26E/schempp-hirth Ventus 2CT. 175
Texas helicopter Corp. OH-13E/M74. 105
Unhand that prop! Rose, Greg Letter to the editor 120
Wax on, wax off. Straw, Bill 395
When to flap. Vinroot, Robert P. Letter to the editor 390

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