The freezing of carburetors cannot be completely avoided, but at least you can prevent some of the consequences. So don’t forget about the correct use of heating, so you can all fly through the whole winter.
The second article follows up on the previous one, where I described what to do when the engine fails in the aircraft. The helicopter of course must also be able to fly without an engine. Fortunately, the imagination, that a helicopter “just falls down” if the engine fails, is not true. A reasonable pilot would probably not enter such a device.
In the first episode, I want to write about engine failure in an aircraft (helicopter, as there will be a completely specific situation in one of the other episodes). As we fly with more and more reliable engines, most pilots don't even believe that such a situation could happen to them. Unfortunately, even the best serviced and maintained engine can sometimes fail. Wisdom tells us that just because you have done everything to avert a disaster does not mean that you are ready for it.