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NOTICE to Operators of Rockwell Collins Flight Management Systems Pro Line 4 and Pro Line 21

NOTICE to Operators of Rockwell Collins Flight Management Systems Pro Line 4 and Pro Line 21 FMS 3.3.x through FMS 4.x
Notice Number: NOTC7524

Notice to Operators of Rockwell Collins Flight Management Systems Pro Line 4 and Pro Line 21 FMS 3.3.x through FMS 4.x

From Rockwell Collins, Commercial Systems Customer Support

Subject: The FMS may turn in the wrong direction after sequencing a "Climb to" altitude that was manually edited or Temperature Compensated

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Engine Maintenance and Performance Monitoring

Did you know that most general aviation fatal accidents are caused by in-flight loss of control? Many of these loss of control accidents are due to engine failure-related factors. Between 2001-2010, 35 of 70 randomly selected accidents had engine maintenance errors identified as a contributing factor. Proper engine maintenance, post maintenance, advanced pre-flight, and performance monitoring can go a long way to eliminating this type of mishap.

FAA Sound Maintenance Practices PDF