September 2010 Issue


First of all, I have subscribed to your magazine for years and enjoy it a lot. It usually gets read from cover to cover by my wife and me (both pilots). However, in the May issue (which I’m just getting around to reading) the article on electrical failures wasn’t up to your standards, in my opinion. It seemed to make things more complex than necessary, wasn’t as clearly written as it could have been, but most importantly, had several important errors. Even the title—"When the Sparks Stop"—was misleading. The only sparks that should occur in an airplane are in the spark plugs.

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