Aircraft owners and operators will love the easy, reliable, aviation-safe cleaning properties of Prist Glass Cleaner. Developed specifically for aviation applications, this spray cleaner is completely safe for use on acrylic, polycarbonate, stretched acrylic, glass, and coated glass windscreens – won’t cloud or break down your windows. Additionally, it’s also effective on painted surfaces and exterior metal. The specially formulated spray emits a non-abrasive, anti-static foam that cuts through grime and bugs without harming the applied surface. Each can contains 13oz of the cleaner. A low-cost, highly effective cleaning agent to ensure ultra-clean aircraft windows that hold up for years to come. Found at Pilot Mall. Click on vendor below or picture for new window.
On one of my visits into Mexico came across these aircraft at a small airport in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Not sure what occurred but looks like the large aircraft had a fuselage rupture. Not sure if this occurred on the ground or in flight. I asked several of the people onsite but no one had any idea. They simply said that they have been parked there for several years now.
Stabilant 22 Electrical contact enhancer – This product enchances electrical connections between two metal contacts under the effect of an electrical field.
As an aircraft technician myself I have used this product several times, it assist in preventing nuisance faults as a result of moisture and assist in better connectivity. I highly recommend this product.
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By Kate Sarsfield
Cessna has handed over the first Citation Latitudes, less than three months after the midsize business jet received US certification.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based charter company Aircraft Management Group was among the first operators to take delivery of the eight-seat twin. The type has now begun a 28-day, 39-airport demonstration tour of the USA, with additional tours planned later this year for Europe, the Middle East and Asia, Cessna says.
The Latitude was introduced by the Textron Aviation subsidiary in 2011 as a competitor to the Embraer Legacy 500, which entered service late last year.
The Pratt & Whitney Canada PW306D1-powered Latitude is positioned in Cessna’s nine-strong Citation product line between the super-light XLS+ and the midsize Sovereign+.
By Darren Boyle for Mailonline
A husband and wife escaped serious injury after the engine of their self-built aircraft failed shortly after takeoff forcing them to crash land into the Florida Everglades.
Ken McKenzie, 52, and his wife Sonia, 50, survived the drama when the four-seat Lancair LNC 4 aircraft developed engine problems soon after departing Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport.
Mr McKenzie, who is a very experienced airline pilot and spent 14 years flying in the Royal Canadian Airforce, advised Air Traffic Controllers that his engine was showing low oil pressure.