The Borescope – It’s what you can’t see that’s concerning

By Sky Manor Air Repair

Get an inside look at potential issues before they become major problems. Borescoping a cylinder provides a more complete analysis of cylinder health over the traditional compression test. While low compression readings may be a sign of poor cylinder condition, it may also be nothing to be alarmed by. A borescope allows the A&P technician…

How to safely clean and disinfect your aircraft panel amid covid19

By Sky Manor Air Repair

How to clean your aircraft panel the right way. While the following advisory is posted from Garmin, the recommendations provided can be applied to most other panels. However, should you have specific concerns about your equipment, please refer to the manufacturer’s cleaning procedures as stated in their manual. Cleaning/Disinfecting Guidance Garmin Aviation Service Advisory #2051…

Social Distancing and Aircraft Maintenance

By Sky Manor Air Repair

Social distancing and aircraft maintenance: How we can achieve both together. THE LATEST: What we are doing to protect you, your aircraft, and our team. (Updated 04/14/2020) Your business is important to us; even more so is your safety and that of our team. That’s why we have adopted the following protocols to ensure the…

How will the new ADS-B Out rule affect aircraft operators?

By Sky Manor Air Repair

How will the new ADS-B Out rule affect aircraft operators? Got ADS-B Out?  If not yet, when?Flying weather is right around the corner and as of January 1st ADS-B Out is the mandate for flying within certain airspace.  It’s important to understand the rules and get your plane equipped properly. It wasn’t a dream after-all.…

Benefits of the Winter Annual Inspection

By Sky Manor Air Repair

Benefits of the Winter Annual Inspection Annual Inspection; Defined as the once a year visit to your respected maintenance facility to ensure your plane is safe and legal to fly. Many view this pilgrimage as a ‘why do today what can be put off until later’ – and later almost always means spring. When spring…