Pitot Tubes

The following information is derived from the FAA's Service Difficulty Reports and Aviation Maintenance Alerts.

Beechcraft A200 King Air Mismatched Pitot Tubes During altimeter and pitot static system recertification, the technician observed the left pitot tube was incorrect and was actually a right one. Further investigation revealed the p/n was misidentified as a left pitot tube (p/n PH502-3) when the drain hole and embossed “top” mark were consistent with a […]
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