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ABSWeb #6: Beech Fuel System Maintenance
LIVE webinar Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at 1900 U.S. Central Time (0000Z June 6).
PRESENTERS: ABS Air Safety Foundation Executive Director Thomas P. Turner and Guests
About this Presentation
The Beechcraft fuel system ranges from very simple to very complex, especially if it has been modified. How do you best operate the fuel system? What are the systems-design “gotchas” you need to know to avoid fuel mismanagement traps? How do you best maintain the Beech fuel system, and when do you know it needs repair? Join the ABS experts on flying and maintaining Beech Bonanzas, Debonairs, Barons and Travel Airs for this one-hour discussion to better understand your fuel system.
Topics we’ll cover include:
- The basics of fuel management
- How “return fuel” works, and how that impacts fuel management in many Beechcraft
- Why and how to do a regular fuel crossfeed check in Barons and Travel Airs
- Fuel system maintenance and repair
Viewers will be able to type in their questions to be answered during the event. We’ll explain how to do so at the beginning of the webinar.
USE THIS LINK TO VIEW ABSWeb #6: http://www.absweb.org/6.html
To participate log a few minutes before the program begins. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NOT REQUIRED. The program will be archived at www.bonanza.org under TRAINING and then ABSWeb Webinars if you cannot view it live or you wish to review the program later.
Earn FAA WINGS and AMT WINGS credit by completing a short quiz on FAASafety.gov after the program. We’ll tell you how to find the quiz during the webinar. Send a copy of your WINGS completion certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org for 20 points in the ABS AVIATOR program.
Future ABSWeb events include:
- August 7, 2019: How to Practice Emergencies, Safely
- October 9, 2019: Checklists, Mnemonics and Flows
- December 4, 2019: Engine Talk
ABSWeb is funded as part of the generous bequest of Richard “Dick” Swenson in memory of Sam James, a founder of ABS’ Beechcraft Pilot Proficiency Program (BPPP).