The NTSB Wants You To Have A CO Detector

And it wants the FAA to require them aboard closed-cabin piston-powered aircraft. They're serious this time.

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A functional carbon monoxide (CO) detector to alert a pilot through visual and auditory means to the presence of CO before the pilot’s judgment is impaired is necessary to the continued safe operation of the aircraft.” So said the NTSB in a December 2021 Aviation Investigation Report, AIR-22-01, “Require Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Certain General Aviation […]
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