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For the ministrel dance, see Walkaround.
Pre-flight inspection of an F-15 Eagle.

In aviation, an outside check or walk around is the air crew inspecting certain elements of an aircraft prior to boarding for security, safety, and operational reasons.

The pilot primarily inspects outside parts of the aircraft he will steer, e.g. control surfaces, tires and possible leaks from fuel or oil.

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