The Savvy Aviator #7: Owner In Command

Every pilot understands the concept of 'pilot in command,' which places absolute responsibility and final authority for aircraft operation squarely on the pilot's shoulders. But what about when the aircraft isn't flying? AVweb's Mike Busch argues that aircraft owners need to accept absolute responsibility and final authority for the maintenance and airworthiness of their aircraft -- a concept he calls 'owner in command.'

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