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March 2016 Issue

Minimum Equipment

Systems redundancy only works in the absence of known deficiencies.

Until the 1990s, when backup options became widely available for personal aircraft, a vacuum system failure in instrument conditions was an extreme emergency. These days it still is, but electric backup instruments are relatively inexpensive and easy to install.

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