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Aviation Comics and Cartoons by Michael and Stefan Strasser
  1. Cessna Ignition Switch

    I think I still have a few “worn-out” Cessna ignition switches in my old toolbox. I am not sure if it was a manufacturer thing or if our many new students had anything to do with it, but we changed them very frequently. Of course you do turn them a lot more than a car […]

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  2. Engine running

    At Aero last month, electrical flight was one of the big topics. They even had an airshow with an electric aerobatics plane! I’m curious to see how things will develop from here and if we’ll ever see electrical systems replacing the good old gasoline engines and turbines on a big scale. In the automotive sector, […]

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  3. Electronic flight bag

    Who all in the coop uses an electronic flight bag? I have flown Part 91 for the last 5 years so it hasn’t really come up much for me along official FAA routes, although we pretty much use the equivalent of an electronic flight bag anyway. It’s a really handy tool as long as everything […]

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  4. Fastest car

    Unlike many other men, I am not a car enthusiast. Which is fortunate, because with the income of a cartoonist, that would make me a very unsatisfied man. But maybe that’s part of a psychological trick that my mind plays on me, to not covet things that I would never be able to afford anyway. […]

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  5. Detailed preflight

    Here’s a long-winded question from a naive non-pilot: When I had the pleasure of being drafted into the army, I learned truck driving on really, really old trucks. Due to this, and due to the duties as a driver in general, I developed a habit of doing walkarounds and checks before getting into a car. […]

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