The editor-in-chief’s Beech Debonair is pictured getting a once-over during an annual inspection. Many owners choose to perform other, unrelated tasks during an annual inspection, especially if they require removing interior components. But it’s important to remember the annual inspection is just that—an inspection, done annually. If there are no airworthiness items discovered, put it back together and go fly. — J.B.
Treat the annual inspection as a chance to learn about your aircraft instead of an invitation for the shop to find problems. / By Mike Berry
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