Extreme Heat and Your Charter Aircraft

Posted by Priester Aviation on Jul 29, 2015 1:14:00 PM

Where private jets are concerned, it is a commonly known fact that winter conditions can create the need for extra precaution and preflight checks, but the same can often be said for extreme heat. Summer temperatures in Texas can range from 110 -117 degrees, the kind of heat that makes everyone want to stay indoors where the air conditioner keeps it a cool 65 degrees. When extreme heat is present how does that affect your charter aircraft and if temperatures provide less than favorable travel conditions what alternatives are there to ensure you make it to your destination safely and on-time? 

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Topics: Aviation Insights

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