‘It’ll Be Fine’

Continuing a flight after encountering a deficiency with potentially catastrophic consequences is pure denialism.

We've all been there: At an en route fuel stop—or after a precautionary landing—we find something wrong with the airplane. Could be a bad magneto, a cold cylinder, a starter that won't engage or a…
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