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NTSB Issues 5 General Aviation Safety Alerts

Monday, January 06, 2014 @ 8:00 AM

By Charles Spence, GA News

Five general aviation safety alerts were issued by the National Transportation Board the week before Christmas, citing the government agency’s focus on reducing GA accidents.

“Knowing these accidents, which sometimes include entire families, can be prevented is why ‘general aviation safety’ is on our most wanted list of transportation safety improvements,” NTSB Chairman Deborah A.P. Hersman said.

These five alerts for general aviation are in addition to 25 others issued since 2004.  The five safety alerts are:

  1. Check your restraints
  2. Engine power loss due to carburetor icing
  3. “Armed” for safety: Emergency Locator Transmitters
  4. All secure, All clear (securing items in the aircraft cabin)
  5. Proper use of fiber or nylon self-locking nuts

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