Issue 2/2012 - Transport Canada

Issue 2/2012
TP 6980E
(6/2012)
Reproduced with permission of Kelowna Flightcraft Ltd.
TC-1004585
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Heads Up.................................................................................................................................................................. 3
Fixed Wing............................................................................................................................................................... 5
Engines.................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Equipment Airworthiness Directives (ADs)........................................................................................................... 16
Special Airworthiness Information Bulletins (SAIB).............................................................................................. 17
Service Difficulty Reports (SDRs).......................................................................................................................... 18
Civil Aviation Internet Sites.................................................................................................................................... 30
Front cover picture
The Convair CV580 Aircraft “516”, SN 22 as seen on the cover, is presently owned and operated by Kelowna Flightcraft
based out of Kelowna, British Columbia. This aircraft possess a long and impressive operational history with its original
delivery starting with Continental Airlines in October 1952 as a 340-35 model. It was then sold to North Central
Airlines on March 1959 and converted to a CV440 model for more passenger appeal. Latter on June 1968 North
Central Airlines had Pacific Aeromotive convert the aircraft to a CV580 model through the addition of Allison D13D
turbine engines. Between July 1979 and April 1997 when Kelowna Flightcraft took final ownership, this aircraft
changed “hands” a total of eight times.
Originally American (FAA) type certified, Kelowna Flightcraft obtained Type Certificate ownership of the Convair
CV240, 340/440 on the 15th of January, 2001, with prior ownership of the STC SA93-208 for the CV5800 model or
“stretch” conversion.
Feedback is published quarterly by the Continuing
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the aviation community of reported day-to-day problems
that affect aircraft airworthiness in Canada.
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and other sources in accordance with Civil Aviation
Regulation (CAR) 521.
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assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or content of
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references deleted.
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TP 6980E
(02/2012)
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Heads Up
Pratt & Whitney Update
Recently there have been some concerns at Pratt & Whitney regarding information getting circulated throughout
the industry. While every effort is made to distribute all current information to operators and maintainers, sometimes
information may be missed or not utilized correctly. Service Bulletins (SB) and Service Information Letters (SIL) are
the primary means of conveying information by manufacturers. Pratt and Whitney have allowed access to their SB and
SIL listing through their web site (requires a logon). (www.pwc.ca/en/service-support/technical-publications)
Two items that were requested to be brought to the attention of affected operators are:
• SIL # 200‑050 (Automatic Low Cycle Fatigue (LCF) Counting Display). This SIL affects engine
models PW206B and PW206B2 installed in some Eurocopter helicopters.
• SIL # GEN‑113 pertains to PT6 1st stage carrier bolt fracture. This is an ongoing concern that was addressed
previously by overhaul manual updates in 2008 and 2010 as well as service difficulty advisory 10 July 2008. All
PT6 overhaul facilities will need to be aware of the procedures outlined therein.
On a final (and more generic) note we are reminded to ensure the fuel we are using is contamination free.
SIL GEN‑091 and SIL GEN‑108 provide useful information regarding fatty acid methyl esters. Specific limits are set
regarding concentration levels and procedures if levels are exceeded.
When Transport Canada needs to convey non-mandatory safety information, a Civil Aviation Safety Alert (CASA) is
issued. These CASAs may be accessed at Transport Canada’s web site: (http://www.tc.gc.ca/civil-aviation-safety-alert).
These are formerly service difficulty advisories and service difficulty alerts.@
BAE - UK, 3112
SERVICE DIFFICULTY REPORT (SDR) # 20110617008
Dual Hydraulic System Failure
During flight, the aeroplane experienced a complete loss of hydraulic fluid quantity and pressure from the right-hand
engine driven pump (EDP). Shortly after the flight crews’ acknowledgement of the lost of hydraulic pressure, it was
noted that the opposite left-hand EDP hydraulic system pressure was well below its operational limit, also disabling
its function.
The crew managed to land the aeroplane despite the complete hydraulic failure. Upon maintenance investigation, it was
determined that a failed non‑return valve (NRV) allowed the remaining operational left-hand hydraulic pump pressure
to “bleed-off ” into the inoperative right-hand pump system, draining the complete system pressure.
The type design of BAE 3112 hydraulic system is such that both EDPs feed into a single hydraulic system. Therefore
the two EDPs share the hydraulic demand of the complete system and provide the sufficient fluid flow and pressure to
support the required operations of the aeroplane.
With this type of design, there comes the requirement to isolate the two EDPs from each other in case of a single pump
failure. This is done through the installation of two NRVs downstream the pressure output of each EDP.
The NRVs are a fully mechanical check-valve style unit which simply allows hydraulic flow in a single direction. With
each valve being positioned down-stream and in series with their respective EDP pressure output hydraulic line, the
possibility of a reverse-flow condition that can “bleed-off ” and disable an operative EDP is removed.
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With the event described above, the right-hand EDP pressure output supply line ruptured, draining its fluid and
pressure overboard. Coupled with the dormant failure of the associated NRV, the left-hand EDP hydraulic pressure was
also lost.
Through the co‑operation with BAE engineering, scheduled maintenance task TR 29/5 and TR 29/6 have been issued
to check the function of the NRV downstream of each EDP.
The maintenance schedule is being amended to call up the new task at a D‑check interval for low utilization aircraft,
and at a 4000 flight hour interval for normal utilization aircraft.
Transport Canada Civile Aviation is advising all BAE 3112 operators, owners and maintainers of this possible dormant
NRV failure condition and the newly released maintenance task TRs 29/5 and 29/6. @
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Fixed Wing
AERO COMMANDER 690
SERVICE DIFFICULTY REPORT (SDR) # 20100702011
Nose Landing Gear – Malfunction
SDR submitted:
Illustrated Parts Catalog
On take‑off roll at rotation speed,
the pilot noticed a violent nose wheel
shimmy. The crew retracted the
landing gear and continued to climb.
Section II
Landing Gear
Once the aeroplane had leveled off;
the pilot lowered the landing gear
to investigate the gears functionality.
However, the nose gear would not
extend nor would the nose gear
indicate a “down and locked” position.
The landing gear was cycled several
times but the nose gear would not
fully extend despite all attempts to do
so. The aeroplane returned to base and
conducted two fly pasts that verified
that the nose gear was down, but
still the nose gear did not indicate a
“locked” position. Upon touchdown,
the engines were feathered and the
pilot held the nose gear off the runway
for as long as possible to minimize
any damage.
ES10119
The maintenance investigation
revealed that a bolt that connects to
the nose wheel steering actuator to the
nose gear was missing. The actuator
end spacer shaft (IPC Page 2‑81,
Fig 2‑19, Item 75) was missing. The
shaft is held into the spacer with a roll
pin which was found sheared and had
fallen out thereby leaving the nose
wheel free and uncontrolled.
Nose Landing Gear Installation
Transport Canada Comments:
It appears that an incorrect installation was the root cause factor in this event, which endangered the crew and
occupants of this aeroplane.
The operator has taken the appropriate internal action to ensure that maintenance personnel strictly adhere to the
manufacturers aircraft manuals. @
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BAE - UK, 3112
SDR # 20110921003
Nose Cowl Piccolo Tube Damage
SDR submitted:
Failed piccolo tube attachment bracket
and incurred piccolo tube damage
During a heavy maintenance visit, the right
hand engine intake cowl was removed,
where upon further inspection of the cowl;
loose rivets were noticed behind the intake
lip. The technician proceeded to remove
the intake lip to further assess the pulled
rivets. It was discovered that the attachment
brackets had cracked and chaffed through
the piccolo tube.
The piccolo tube and attaching brackets
were replaced and the aeroplane was
made serviceable.
Transport Canada Comments:
Through research with the operator and
BAE engineering, the cracking of the
intake piccolo tube support brackets is a known issue
and resulted in the release of an optional service bulletin
71‑JA 930240 in 1993, which replaced the welded
supports with new, flexible mounts.
Transport Canada Civil Aviation would like to
advise all owners, operators and maintainers of the
availability of this service bulletin and the importance of
its embodiment. @
BEECH 1900C
SDR # 20110505001
Propeller Canon Plugs – Reverse Connection
SDR submitted:
Shortly after departure, the aeroplane experienced an
uncontrolled propeller pitch change from coarse to
feather. Following an uneventful landing, maintenance
personnel found that the cause of the problem was
that the canon plugs for the propeller synchophaser
solenoid for the propeller governor and the auto-feather
solenoid for the overspeed governor were found in
reverse positions. These two canon plugs are within close
proximity and identical in appearance, thus the mechanic
must be very attentive when reconnecting these canon
plugs. The Service Difficulty Report (SDR) submitter
also stated that maintenance personnel had completed
an engine change the previous day. It seems apparent
that this is when these 2 canon plugs had been reversed.
The subject aeroplane is powered with twin PT6A‑65B
engines and Hartzell HC‑B4MP‑3A propellers.
In normal operation, the propeller synchophaser
sends a pulse voltage to the propeller synchophaser
solenoid located on the propeller governor to ensure
both propellers are at the same Revolutions per
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Prop sync connection
Auto feather dump solenoid
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Minute (RPM). When these canon plugs are incorrectly reversed; the propeller synchrophaser control box sends a pulse
voltage to the auto feather dump solenoid causing the propeller to momentarily feather.
The submitter also stated that the incorrect connection of these canon plugs could lead to a serious in‑flight problem
and even more perilously, if a dual engine change was carried out simultaneously.
Transport Canada Comments:
It is noteworthy that the SDR client submitted this SDR report to prevent other operators from making this
mistake. However, all maintenance personnel need to be aware of the possibility of these types of errors and of the
possible consequences.
Transport Canada Civil Aviation recommends strict adherence to Canadian Aviation Regulation (CAR) Part V Standard 571.10 – Types of Work. Additionally, Transport Canada Airworthiness Notice C‑010 publication
“Inspection of Control Systems” provides necessary guidelines regarding maintenance releases. @
BEECH B200
SDR # 20110727003
Horizontal Stabilizer Fittings – Level III Corrosion
SDR submitted:
Maintenance personnel found
Level III corrosion at both
the upper and lower stabilizer
attachment fittings.
An attachment fitting with
significant corrosion damage
The left-hand upper surface of the
upper attachment fitting had chaffing
and significant corrosion damage at
the anchor nut location. Additionally,
extensive corrosion damage was found
at the lower fitting and at the anchor
nut locations.
The same part number 101‑620019‑1
is used for both upper and lower
attachment fittings.
Transport Canada Comments:
There are 3 basic requirements for
aeroplane corrosion: 2024 material,
Aluminum – Anode, and a
Copper – Cathode. Basically, corrosion
is a complex electro-chemical action that causes metals to be transformed back into their original states. This can lead to
a severe loss of metal strength in the part or structure.
A previous SDR reported severe intergranular corrosion and crack fitting in this same area. Always be attentive to the
early signs of corrosion such as white/gray powdery deposits and pitting/etching damage, which can eventually lead to
crack development. @
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BOEING, 727 227
SDR # 20110730001
Hydraulic Fluid Loss
SDR submitted:
With the aeroplane on approach, system “A”
hydraulic quantity loss was observed and
the aeroplane diverted to a station where
maintenance was readily available.
CRACK
Maintenance inspection revealed that the left
hand gear door actuator was cracked, allowing
the loss of the hydraulic fluid.
The actuator was replaced and the aeroplane
was returned to service.
Boeing 727 left-hand main landing
gear door actuator cracked area
Transport Canada Comments:
It is suspected that there was prior evidence for the
propagation of the crack on the door actuator through
minor hydraulic fluid weeping in the area.
Transport Canada Civil Aviation would like to advise
all owners, operators and maintainers to be adamant and
thorough when trouble-shooting fluid leaks. @
BOEING, 737 81Q
SDR # 20110726003
Tire Tread Separation
SDR submitted:
On take‑off, what was described as a bang was reported to
the captain by the cabin crew. No other issues were reported
by the flight crew in cruise. Upon landing it was discovered
that #2 main wheel received substantial tread separation on
its previous takeoff. This caused damage to the inboard flap
as well as the inboard spoiler.
Both the #1 & #2 main wheels were replaced and all
necessary repairs done to the flap and spoiler making the
aeroplane serviceable.
Transport Canada Comments:
Due to the importance for the correct operation of all
aeroplane tires and the seriousness of this event, through
the operators internal safety management system, it was
determined that the possible frequency of retread could have
been the cause of failure.
Therefore a maximum limit of 3 retreads was put in‑place
for the overhaul of all main tires.
Transport Canada Civil Aviation would like to advise
all owners, operators and maintainers of the importance of
proper maintenance and inspection of aeroplane tires. @
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Boeing 737 main tire tread failure
BOEING, 747 SPJ6
SDR # 20110715004
Hydraulic Failure
SDR submitted:
During take‑off rotation, the #4 hydraulic pressure caution light came on. The flight engineer reported that the hydraulic
fluid quantity went to zero after the gear retraction and quickly after, the airport control tower reported smoke from the
#4 engine. The aeroplane returned where it performed an uneventful landing.
Upon the maintenance crew inspection, it was discovered that the relief valve manifold body portion had separated from
the hydraulic module located in pylon #4.
As a preventative maintenance action, all other module assemblies were inspected before next flight where no fault
was found.
The failed hydraulic manifold was replaced, the hydraulic system serviced and the aeroplane was made serviceable.
Transport Canada Comments:
It is suspected that the failure of the hydraulic module body was due to the possibly imposed over‑torque stress of the
relief valve during its last installation, causing metal fatigue.
Transport Canada Civil Aviation would like to advise all maintainers and AMO shop overhaul facilities of the
importance to follow all Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM) and Component Maintenance Manual (CMM)
installation torque values. @
Fractured manifold body
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Relief valve
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BOMBARDIER, CL600 2B19 (RJ100)
SDR # 20110708011
Horizontal Stabilizer Attachment Corrosion
SDR submitted:
While completing a detailed inspection of the horizontal
stabilizer pivot fittings per task 55‑320‑502, iron oxide
colored corrosion was observed coming through the
fitting halves on both the left-hand and right-hand sides.
Upon further inspection, the bushing in the left-hand
horizontal stabilizer pivot fitting was found migrated
0.6 millimeters (mm) (0.024 inches).
Both fittings were replaced to correct the fault.
Transport Canada Comments:
The repeat inspection of these stabilizer pivot fittings is
set at 48 months or every 4 years. @
Left hand horizontal stabilizer pivot fitting halves
0.6mm (0.024”) bushing migration
Corrosion seen coming through both fitting halves
BOMBARDIER, CL600 2D15 (705)
SDR # 20110223004
Main Landing Gear Trunion Bushing Migration
SDR submitted:
During a heavy maintenance check, the forward Main
Landing Gear (MLG) trunion bushings were found to
be migrated on both the left and right MLGs.
Upper main landing gear trunion
The bushings were reseated as per Goodrich Component
Maintenance Manual and the aeroplane was
made serviceable.
Transport Canada Comments:
Transport Canada Civil Aviation is presently working
with Bombardier, the Type Certificate Holder (TCH)
of this aeroplane, to address this issue.
All operators and maintainers are asked to pay close
attention to this area of the MLG trunion. @
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Flange bushing migration “gap”
CESSNA 172E
SDR # 20110817005
Control Column Wheel - Broken
SDR submitted:
Broken control column wheel
During stall practice with very little yoke aft pressure
being applied by the co‑pilot (as the pilot was already
applying most of the pressure); the control column wheel
fractured. Following an uneventful landing, a technician
applied a small amount of force on the control column
wheel and another portion of the wheel broke off. It
was found that the co‑pilot control column was made
from plastic and had broken in the upper left and lower
right corners.
Cessna Service Letter (SL) 62‑44 has been superseded by
SL 64-8 that calls for a “pull test” inspection and specifies
that the critical area is located at the bottom left corner.
The SDR submitter stated that this particular aeroplane
was out of service for 8 years, thus effects of sun‑soaking
may have been a factor in this failure.
Transport Canada Comments:
The FAA has published a Special Airworthiness
Information Bulletin (SAIB) to advise operators of
Cessna 150, 172, P172, 175, 180, 182, 185, 205,
206, 336 & 337 aeroplanes of the possibility of cracks
in plastic or non-metallic control wheels that were
manufactured between 1960 and 1964.
Transport Canada Civil Aviation highly recommends
compliance with Cessna SL 64‑8. In particular, pay close
attention to the inside upper corners of control wheels.
Any control wheel that has a crack or fails the pull‑test
should be replaced before further flight with a metallic
control‑wheel. @
CESSNA 182
SDR # 20100928017
Nose Gear Attachment Fitting
A cracked lower nose gear attachment fitting
SDR submitted:
During routine inspection, the lower nose gear
attachment fitting was found cracked behind the nose
oleo attachment support.
This aeroplane had previously undergone a major
rebuild some 150 hours ago, which included firewall,
forward fuselage, nose gear upper attachment fitting
and nose gear fork. It appears that the cracked fitting
may not have been stripped of paint and subjected to
Non‑Destructive Testing (NDT) inspection at that
time. The fact that the edges of the fitting are clean (no
dirt or grime) supports the notion that this is a very
recent fracture.
Transport Canada Comments:
The nose landing gear not only has to support the aeroplane on the ground but is also subjected to considerable stresses
and shock loading during landings.
Owners and operators should closely examine and conduct appropriate inspection techniques. Closely inspect the
landing gear area for various adverse conditions (cracks, nicks, corrosion) that can lead to stress concentrations and
eventual failure. @
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CONVAIR 340 (580)
SDR # 20110701001
Heater Motor Relay – Burnt
SDR submitted:
Following startup of #2 engine; smoke fumes of an
electrical odor were detected in the cockpit and continued
to build in intensity. The crew shutdown the engine
and all aeroplane electrical power including the Direct
Current (DC) battery were disconnected. After shutdown,
the smoke stopped being produced. Further investigation
revealed smoke markings on the right-hand fuselage
outboard and above the Alternating Current (AC) panel.
The panel was removed; charred relay and burnt electrical
wires were found. Location of the relay panel is under the
copilot’s windowsill.
A maintenance investigation revealed that an incorrect
25 ampere (amp) electrical relay (part number 1A7S5001)
was installed instead of the required 50 amp relay (part
number AN3350‑2). The circuit breaker in this system is a
60 amp breaker. Avionics personnel repaired the damaged
wiring, installed the required 60 amp breaker and returned
the aeroplane to service.
A third party had recently completed this heater
installation during conversion to a Convair 580A
airtanker. Previous aeroplane that had undergone similar
conversion were successfully checked for the required
60 amp breakers.
Transport Canada Comments:
All too frequently, incorrect parts are still being installed
on aeroplanes. In this case, an incorrect relay rated at
only 25 amps instead of 60 amps resulted in a significant
safety related event.
It was fortunate that this event did not occur during
flight whereby the consequences could have been much
more serious. @
Correct 50 ampere relay - part number AN3350-2
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Incorrect 25 ampere relay part number 1A7S5001
DHC 8 102
SDR # 20110712003
Flap Ball Screw Actuator – Asymmetric Flap Extension
SDR submitted:
A damaged left hand flap
On approach for landing, the crew
selected 35‑degree flap extension;
however flaps abruptly stopped at
15 degrees extension. Following an
uneventful landing, the crew noticed
the left inboard flap had extended
asymmetrical thus causing the flap lower
corner to contact and damage a fuselage
composite panel. Additionally, the
trailing edge of the inboard flap was also
significantly damaged.
Subsequent investigation found the
cause of this event was due to flap
actuator screw jack failure (Time Since
New (TSN): 50410, Part Cycles: 47244).
It appears the torque sensor unit would
probably not have detected a differential
flap torque from the primary flap drive
and the secondary flap drive. This is
because the primary flap drive would still be turning the worm gear inside of the failed unit, as if all was normal. In this
case, even though the now worm gear was continuing to turn, it was not meshing with the now “worn” worm gear on
the jackscrew itself and therefore not extending. In the meantime, the other flap jackscrew was working normally and
thus extended.
Transport Canada Comments:
The primary flap drive consists of torque tubes connected to the splined drive of a transfer gearbox located in each outer
wing. A second splined shaft on each transfer gearbox then drives the flexible secondary drive system that provides
continued flap operation in the event of a primary drive separation. The secondary drive will also prevent flap
asymmetry via torque sensor unit in the event of the primary drive failure. @
LEARJET, 45
SDR # 20110713001
Extensive Aileron Control Cable Wear
SDR submitted:
While doing a “1200 hour” check inspection task of the aileron control cables, extensive cable wear damaged of 40-50%
was found within the fuselage run. Cable replacement was carried-out and the aeroplane was made serviceable.
Transport Canada Comments:
All flight control cables are visually inspected at a 600 hour repeat interval, with a 4800 hour cable removal task for a
more detailed inspection.
Bombardier Service bulletins SB 40-27-28 and SB 45-27-44 were released last July to address the premature flight
control cable wear being found by Learjet 45 operators.@
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DHC 8 102
SDR # 20110718003
Loss of #2 Hydraulic System Fluid
SDR submitted:
Just after pulling away from the gate for takeoff, a complete loss of #2
hydraulic fluid occurred.
Line reference IPC-27-21-00-15, item 040
Maintenance personnel removed that rudder assembly to determine
the source of the fluid leakage. It was found that the #2 system
pressure tube assembly (P/N 82960010‑15) had cracked at the bend
radius. Additionally, in this same area, #1 hydraulic tube assembly
was found significantly chafed (P/N 82960010‑103).
Both hydraulic tubes were replaced, #1 and #2 Hydraulic Systems
pressure checked and the aeroplane returned to service.
Transport Canada Comments:
Line part number
82960010-103, leaking
This failure is a good example of oil and hydraulic tube assembly
problems that are encountered as aeroplanes age in service.
In particular, tube assemblies tend to fail at the bend radius and/or
fail due to chafing damage from adjoining parts. @
EMBRAER, EMB 145LR
SDR # 20110711013
Wing Spar Crack
During a heavy maintenance visit while performing task
card E57‑22‑00‑220‑808‑2, the right-hand wing lower
spar cap was found cracked at wing station 3815 (rib 9).
View looking up on the right-hand wing. Crack on
front spar lower cap, part number 145-66736-002
Forward
SDR submitted:
The crack emanated from the cap edge through a screw
for a length of 2.159 centimeters (cm) (.850 inches).
The wing spar cap was repaired as per the applicable
Structural Repair Manual (SRM) and the aeroplane was
made serviceable.
Transport Canada Comments:
From cap edge through screw hole
Transport Canada Civil Aviation would like to
advise all E145 operators and maintainers of this
possible defect. @
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Engines
DHC 3
SDR # 20110509010
Unapproved Paint On Bleed Valve
SDR submitted:
The pilot was about to turn final westbound at 1500’ when a loud bang occurred followed by engine vibration and a
continuous loud humming noise. The engine seemed to have rolled back to min fuel flow. The pilot manipulated the
power lever and initially got no response. The pilot closed the power lever and engaged the emergency power lever which
restored engine power. The pilot was able to land safely with the engine running at normal power and able to be fully
controlled. From the initial bang, all the way to shut down, there was a loud continuous humming noise.
Post‑incident, the bleed valve was removed and a small quantity of metal fragments was found in the bleed valve orifice.
A teardown inspection confirmed paint applied by a repair vendor as an anti corrosion coating to internal bolts in the
compressor bleed valve had chipped off one bolt. The chips plugged the internal orifice causing the bleed valve to close at
low power settings initiating a compressor stall.
Transport Canada Comments:
This incident was traced back to one particular shop and the practice has ceased. We should all take it as a reminder that
manufacturers’ instructions must always be followed. @
GARRETT, TPE331-11
SDR # 20110523001
Cracked Engine Case
SDR submitted:
During troubleshooting of engine
power issue, an 18 inch crack on the
right hand side of the accessory gear
case (magnesium housing), Time Since
Overhaul (TSO):2119, was discovered.
The crack extended approximately
180 degrees around the main diameter.
This led to flexing of the engine case
causing major internal rub damage
to the rotating group and stationary
components. The crack was found during
trouble shooting of the engine running
hot. The engine did not achieve target
torque and was by‑passing fuel at max
Exhaust Gas Temperature.
The right hand side of an accessory gear housing showing an 18 inch crack
Transport Canada Comments:
It is possible that a previously installed engine truss assembly may not have been shimmed according to the Aircarft
Maintenance Manual. This situation could create a stress loading on the engine case contributing to the crack. @
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Equipment Airworthiness Directives (ADs)
Transport Canada (TC) endeavours to send copies of new Airworthiness Directives (ADs), which are applicable in Canada to
the registered owners of the affected products. Equipment/appliance ADs are often only distributed to our regional offices because
the owners of aircraft affected by this type of AD are not generally known.
Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AMEs) and operators of the affected products are encouraged to obtain further information
or a copy of the ADs from their regional TC office, their local Transport Canada Centre (TCC), their Principal Maintenance
Inspector (PMI), or from the Civil Aviation AD website at: www.tc.gc.ca/cawis-swimn
Manufacturer
AD Number
Origin
Kidde-Graviner
2012-0037
Europe
Sicma Aero Seat
2012-0038
Europe
Lycoming Engines
Transport Category
Airplanes
2012-03-07
74-08-09
United States
United States
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Description
ATA 26 Fire Protection – Hand Operated Fire
Extinguisher – Modification
ATA 25 Equipment & Furnishings – Passenger Seat Backrest
Link – Inspection / Replacement
Loose mixture control sleeve
ATA 25 - Equipment / Furnishing - Install lavatory placards
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Special Airworthiness Information Bulletins (SAIB)
A Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin (SAIB) is an information tool that alerts, educates, and makes recommendations
to the general aviation community. It is non-regulatory information and guidance that does not meet the criteria for an
Airworthiness Directive (AD).
SAIB Number
Make/Company
Subject
Federal Aviation Authority - www.faa.gov/aircraft/safety/alerts/SAIB/
NM-12-11
SW-12-12
Boeing Company, The
Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
CE-12-13
CE-12-14
Eclipse Aerospace, Inc.
Cessna Aircraft Company
CE-11-47R1
Goodyear Aviation Tires
CE-12-15
CE-12-16
SW-12-10R1
SW-12-17
CE-12-18
CE-12-19
Cessna Aircraft Company
Cessna Aircraft Company
Enstrom Helicopter Corporation, The
Eurocopter France
Hawker Beechcraft Corporation
Cessna Aircraft Company
Equipment/Furnishings: Buffet/Galleys
Conducting Engine Failure Simulation in Helicopters
with Reciprocating Engines.
Ailerons
Three Alternative Methods of Compliance for
AD 2011‑10‑09
Landing Gear, Tire Tube. Goodyear Aviation Tires,
Flight Mate Butyl Inner Tube, 7.00-8.00-6.
DC Power Distribution System - Avionics Master Switch
Elevator Trim Tab Control System
Fuel Level Indication
Autopilot System
Flight Controls: Elevator Control Cable Condition
Fuel: Aircraft Fuel System on Cessna Model 500/501/550 Airplanes
1/10/2012
1/12/2012
[Corrected] AS 350 and AS 355 helicopters - Position
Strobe Light Installation
EA500 aeroplanes - Aileron Joints Inspection / Replacement
Alternative Methods of Compliance (AMOC) for
FAA AD 2011-10-09
Propellers with Honeywell Governors Installed - Rubber
Gasket part number 897722-1
Butyl Rubber Inner Tube Failure
172R/S, (T)182T and (T)206H Aeroplanes with Garmin
G1000 Avionics - Master Switch Failure
510 Aeroplanes - Elevator Trim Tab Control System
[Correction] G4B galleys on Boeing 737 aeroplanes Possible Latch Failure on Galley Cabinets
33, 35 and 36 Bonanza series Aeroplanes - Elevator Control
Cable Condition
280, F-28 series Helicopters - Fuel Level Indication
EMB-500 Aeroplanes - Static Port Heating System Operational Checks
500, 501 and 550 Aeroplanes - modified by Sierra Industries
STC SA80RM or SA152RM
An-26 Aeroplanes - Changes to Type Design, Airworthiness
Limitations and Repairs
First Aid Kits - Contaminated Iodine Wipes
L’Hotellier Ball and Swivel Joints Quick Connectors Positive Check of Control Surfaces
[Correction] Oxygen System Cylinder- and
Valve Assemblies
P.180 Aeroplanes - Water Freezing in Pitot Lines
MS21042, NAS1291 and LN9338 Self-Locking Nuts,
and NAS626 Bolts
S-92A Helicopters - Fuselage Cabin Structure Inspection
1/20/2012
European Aviation Safety Agency - ad.easa.europa.eu/sib-docs/page-1
2012-01
Eurocopter
CE-12-13
CE-12-14
Eclipse Aerospace, Inc.
Cessna Aeroplanes
UPN201120110630014
CE-11-47R1
CE-12-15
Goodyear Aviation Tires
Cessna
CE-12-16
NM-12-11
Cessna
B/E Aerospace (UK)
CE-12-18
Hawker Beechcraft
SW-12-10R1
FA 02_2012
Enstrom
Embraer
CE-12-19
Cessna
2012-03
Antonov
HQ-12-07R1
2012-04
Avox Systems, Inc.
NM-12-20
Carleton Technologies Inc.
2012-05
2012-06
Piaggio
Defective Standard Hardware
SW-12-23
Sikorsky
Issue Date
Feedback 2/2012
1/24/2012
1/25/2012
1/30/2012
1/30/2012
2/2/2012
2/3/2012
2/3/2012
2/7/2012
3/1/2012
1/25/2012
1/26/2012
1/30/2012
1/31/2012
2/1/2012
2/3/2012
2/8/2012
2/10/2012
2/10/2012
2/14/2012
3/2/2012
3/7/2012
3/12/2012
3/15/2012
3/20/2012
3/22/2012
3/22/2012
4/2/2012
17
Service Difficulty Reports (SDRs)
LEGEND
JASC:
Joint Aircraft System Code number
Region (RGN): TCCA region of SDR submitter:
defining assembly/system/components
PAC = Pacific
PNR = Prairie and Northern
SDR No.: Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) ONT = Ontario
QUE = Quebec
-assigned SDR control number — please
ATL = Atlantic
NCR = Ottawa (Headquarters)
quote in any correspondence or inquiries
VAR = Various
Part Number
Part
Condition
SDR No.
RGN
VERTICAL STABILIZER
ROD SPRING
FORWARD BELLY PANEL
BELLCRANK
FLANGE TAIL ROTOR
GEARBOX CONNECTION
LINK ASSEMBLY
MAIN SERVO-CONTROL
BATTERY
PLUG
ACCUMULATOR
EXTRUSION
GROUND COOLING FAN
CABIN WINDOW
TELEFLEX CABLE
350A0855061101
350A57149000
350A21002400A1
350A27145202
350A33105620
UNSERVICEABLE
UNSERVICEABLE
SERVICEABLE
WORN
LOOSE
20120207003
20120116005
20120213008
20120202001
20120221013
QUE
QUE
PAC
QUE
PAC
355A57225801
SC50811
RG355
350A77121321
704A34240015
S57110541200
EVAC2423H
NP15880410
4297515
SERVICEABLE
LEAKING
OLD
USED
IN SERVICE
CHAFFED
OVERHEATED
CRACKED
WORN
20120127006
20120314004
20120223008
20120223007
20120122001
20120321011
20120125008
20120315002
20120112008
QUE
QUE
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
ONT
PNR
3P5340A42431
CRACKED
20120123012
PAC
3G6220V00154
3G7800L00632
SHEARED
MISPLACED
BUCKLING
20120123011
20120227004
20120306002
PAC
ONT
PAC
SK2697
BROKEN
CRACKED
20120104004
20120227009
PAC
PAC
339402100
359301001
SC47003
114087008
CRACKED
BURNED
LEAKING
LEAKING
20120224006
20120224005
20120224001
20120117001
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
NP1653134
SHATTERED
20120119007
QUE
751A000007
FAILED
SHORTED
FAILED
20120109004
20120119006
20120103011
QUE
QUE
QUE
FAILED
ELECTRICAL
SMELL
CRACKED
20120301001
20120124006
QUE
QUE
20120125003
QUE
SHATTERED
20120119002
QUE
Make/Model Jasc Part Name
AIRCRAFT
AEROSPATIALE
AS 350B
AS 350B
AS 350B2
AS 350B2
AS 350B3
5597
6220
5430
7321
6520
AS 350B3
AS 350BA
AS 350D
AS 350D
AS 350D
ATR 42 300
ATR 42 300
ATR 42 300
ATR 42 300
AGUSTA
AW139
6597
6730
2571
2810
2911
0
2150
5620
7600
AW139
AW139
AW139
AIR TRACTOR
AT 802
AT 802A
AIRBUS
A310 304
A310 308
A319 114
A319 114
6220
6700
7800
LEFT HAND UPPER
LONGERON ASSEMBLY
ELASTOMERIC BEARING
CLAMP
EXHAUST NOZZLE
5753
5311
RIB
GUSSET
2761
2721
2910
3230
A319 114
5610
A320 211
A320 211
A320 211
2100
2540
2730
A320 211
A320 211
2910
520
SPOILER
RUDDER/AILERON TRIM
YAW DAMPER
MAIN LANDING GEAR
DOOR BYPASS VALVE
RIGHT HAND AFT
SIDE WINDOW
FLOW CONTROL VALVE
WATER HEATER
ELEVATOR SERVO
CONTROL
CHECK VALVE
NO PARTS
A320 211
5610
A320 211
5610
18
5313
LEFT HAND
FIXED WINDOW
LEFT HAND
WINDSHIELD
31075440
66642870
Feedback 2/2012
Part
Condition
SDR No.
RGN
CRACKED
FAILED
CRACKED
FAILED
SMOKE
SHATTERED
LOOSE
CHAFFED
FAILED
FAILED
20120312028
20120202007
20120103009
20120301004
20120315003
20120109003
20120111009
20120308003
20120103010
20120119008
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
1379628C401
ARCHING
20120109005
QUE
OIL COOLER
COMPRESSOR HOUSING
MAIN LANDING
GEAR RELAY
OIL COOLER
BLEED AIR HOSE
TERMINAL
BRACKET ASSEMBLY
SWITCH
1143890005
7691272
MS24171D1
OVERHAULED
CRACKED
DAMAGED
20120125006
20120221002
20120103021
PNR
QUE
PAC
1143890005
12991003315
3616036154
12936402421
MS250081
20120222008
20120321002
20120319012
20120206001
20120309003
PNR
ONT
PNR
PNR
PNR
CLEVIS FITTING
RATE CONTROLLER
TIRE
ELEVATOR
BEARING
ACTUATOR LINEAR
NOSE LANDING GEAR
DOOR HINGE
BEARING
BLEED AIR SWITCH
ADI79990038
10246426
283353
OVERHAULED
CRACKED
LOOSE
BENT
OUT OF
ADJUSTEMENT
BROKEN
USED
WORN
CRACKED
WORN
INOPERABLE
CRACKED
20120314005
20120123008
20120312026
20120210002
20120309005
20120222007
20120106007
PNR
PNR
ONT
QUE
PNR
ONT
PNR
20120307004
20120125017
PNR
PNR
REAR UPPER SPAR CAP
ASSYMETERIC SWITCH
LATCH UPPER AFT ROD
ROD UPPER AFT
10162001443
101521054607
5043001611
5043001611
FAILED
INTERNAL
FAILURE
UNSERVICEABLE
SERVICEABLE
CRACKED
NEW
20120119004
20120206002
20120127007
20120127008
PNR
PNR
QUE
QUE
EMERGENCY LOCATOR
TRANSMITTER
MAIN ROTOR BLADE
TRANSMISSION
SERVO ACTUATOR
BLOWER
OUTPUT SHAFT SEAL
NUT
ATTITUDE TRIM SWITCH
LONGERON
BOLT
MANIFOLD
MANIFOLD
S182250202
CRACKED
20120305006
PNR
206010200139
206040002
41103650009
27D39
406340105101
204040131001
MS277084
427030602121
MS2125006017
41014527002
41014527002
NEW
LEAKING
STICKY
FAILED
LEAKING
WORN
INTERMITTENT
CRACKED
CRACKED
POSSIBLE BURRS
POSSIBLE BURRS
20120113009
20120229002
20120104001
20120229001
20120109011
20120120006
20120213007
20120222001
20120221003
20120206009
20120206010
PAC
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
PAC
PNR
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
CAP
SWASHPLATE
GIMBAL RING
POP OUT WINDOW
POP OUT WINDOW
MAIN ROTOR BLADE
LIFT LINK
RING GEAR
SUPPORT CASE LUG
205030207005
204010404001
FRACTURED
UNSERVICEABLE
20120223006
20120116003
PAC
QUE
212015501115
212030104101
205040231009
212040054105
MISSING
MISSING
CRACKED
UNSERVICEABLE
CRACKED
CRACKED
20120227012
20120227018
20120123004
20120217001
20120119012
20120105011
PAC
PAC
PAC
QUE
PAC
PAC
Make/Model Jasc Part Name
Part Number
A320 211
A320 214
A320 214
A321 211
A321 211
A321 211
A330 243
A330 243
A330 243
A330 243
BAE - UK
3112
BEECH
1900C
1900C
1900C
5610
3244
5610
2160
520
5610
2910
5297
2530
3242
WINDOW
MAIN WHEEL
WINDSHIELD
TRIM AIR VALVE
MAIN WHEEL
WINDSHIELD
FITTING
DOOR HARNESS
OVEN CONTROLLER
SERVO VALVE BRAKE
NP1653111
5610
WINDSHIELD
0
2100
3210
1900C
1900D
1900D
1900D
1900D
7921
0
0
5210
5210
200
A100
A100
B100
B200
B200
B200
0
2100
3244
5520
0
3020
3220
B200
B200
5753
7540
B300
5511
B300
5753
C90
5210
C90
5210
BELL TEXTRON - CA
206B
2562
206B
6210
206B
6320
206B
6730
206B
7500
206L 4
6510
407
6320
412cf
6797
427
5313
429
5302
429
6730
429
6730
BELL TEXTRON - USA
205A 1
5302
205A 1
6230
212
212
212
212
212
212
5610
5610
6210
6320
6320
6320
NP1653115
1320A000001
NP1653115
8201574300
BC56985
11438903923
BC56985
903800023
Feedback 2/2012
19
Make/Model Jasc Part Name
Part Number
Part
Condition
SDR No.
RGN
20120119013
20120125020
20120116013
20120118009
20120206012
PAC
PAC
PAC
PNR
PAC
20120301013
20120120001
PAC
PNR
BOEING
727 227
727 243
727 243
737 275C
737 400
5270
3244
5610
2742
520
SWITCH
MAIN WHEELS
WINDOW
STAB TRIM ACTUATOR
BOLT
21EN96
737 4B3
737 6CT
3234
3260
SOLENOID
MIRCO SWITCH
A42006028305
MS250114
MISADJUSTED
FAILED
SHATTERED
SEIZED
INSTALLED
INCORRECTLY
FAILED
UNSERVICEABLE
737 7CT
2520
3042865102
UNSERVICEABLE
20120116006
PNR
737 7CT
2750
4221T1003
UNSERVICEABLE
20120227008
PNR
737 7CT
2751
18173810
UNSERVICEABLE
20120227006
PNR
737 7CT
737 7CT
737 7CT
737 7CT
737 7CT
737 8CT
737 8CT
2797
2824
3030
3241
5610
2750
2751
BACC63CB1415SN
233A32025
0851HT1
26123012
ABC57021
CONTAMINATED
FAILED
FAILED
FAILED
FAILED
LOCK-OUT
UNSERVICEABLE
20120215005
20120228013
20120116009
20120131001
20120130012
20120227011
20120227010
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
737 8FH
737 8K5
757 25F
757 25F
757 25F
757 28A
757 28A
757 2G5
767 333
0
3210
3232
3246
3320
2910
3297
2731
3600
ATL
ATL
ATL
ATL
ATL
ATL
ATL
ATL
QUE
2597
3010
3246
UNSERVICEABLE
SHEARED
LEAKING
BROKEN
OVERHEATED
CRACKED
TOO SHORT
FAILED
LOOSE
CONNECTOR
DAMAGED
RUPTURED
TREAD LOSS
20120322002
20120305001
20120314006
20120313004
20120228016
20120222006
20120126011
20120316007
20120214002
767 375
767 375
777 233LR
BOMBARDIER
BD 100 1A10
BD 100 1A10
BD 100 1A10
LIVE TV SEAT
ELECTRONIC BOX
ALTERNATE
ELECTRIC MOTOR
FLAP POSITION
TRANSMITTER
CONNECTOR D02932
FUEL SYSTEM MODULE
WINDOW/PITOT HEATER
TIRE
CURLY CORD
FLAP SYSTEM
FLAP POSITION
INDICATOR
PARK BRAKE VALVE
PIN
HYDRAULIC LINE
BOLT
BALLAST
PRESS RETURN LINE
CONDUIT
BEARING
HIGH PRESSURE SHUT
OFF VALVE WIRING
WIRE
ANTI-ICING DUCT
MAIN TIRE
20120110002
20120312014
20120103004
QUE
QUE
QUE
1002720076
2257A000003
MISALIGNED
FAILED
INTERMITTANT
20120301002
20120201002
20120123003
QUE
QUE
QUE
BD 100 1A10
BD 100 1A10
BD 100 1A10
3242
3251
3260
216622
40750101
302270402
FROZEN
FAILED
NEW
20120216004
20120208005
20120113005
QUE
QUE
QUE
BD 100 1A10
BD 700 1A10
BD 700 1A11
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
4940
0
3244
2100
BRUSH SEAL ASSEMBLY
CONTROL BOARD
SPOILER ELECTRONIC
CONTROL UNIT SYSTEM
BRAKE ASSEMBLY
STEERING MANIFOLD
PROXIMITY SENSOR
ELECTRONIC UNIT
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
WATER LEVEL SENSOR
TIRES
DUAL HEAT EXCHANGER
36150BD
2F7851NSN
FAILED
SHORTED
BLOWN-OUT
FAILED
20120215006
20120319005
20120123002
20120307007
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
2121
GALLEY FAN
FAILED
20120118005
QUE
2200
FLAP POSITION SENSOR
601R930303
FAILED
20120209004
QUE
2400
GENERATOR
CONTROL UNIT
720846D
FAILED
20120308001
ATL
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
2420
AIR DRIVEN GENERATOR
TBD
DEPLOYED
20120209007
QUE
20
2720
2750
2760
L5
654997010
NAS110536
2061151
EM91795
161A23251
271N61191
BACB30MT826
61482
271N63111151
287N610233
BACB10AD12K
218T111212
7533559
Feedback 2/2012
Make/Model Jasc Part Name
Part Number
Part
Condition
SDR No.
RGN
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
2610
ELEMENT HIGH
TEMPERATURE SENSING
MOUNT
ELEVATOR SERVO
ELEVATOR SERVO
244872203615
BROKEN
20120312012
QUE
8220260001
FROZEN
20120103019
QUE
6225027001
FROZEN
20120109010
ATL
855D10013
FAILED
20120131004
QUE
860D10018
FAILED
20120203001
QUE
860D10018
FAILED
20120216005
QUE
860D10018
FAILED
20120217002
QUE
2750
BRAKE AND POSITION
SENSING UNIT
FLAP ELECTRONIC
CONTROL UNIT
FLAP ELECTRONIC
CONTROL UNIT
FLAP ELECTRONIC
CONTROL UNIT
FLAP ACTUATOR
854D10024
FAILED
20120131002
QUE
2750
FLAPS
FAILED
20120103012
QUE
2750
MOTOR BRAKE UNIT
5332D1007
FAILED
20120216006
QUE
2750
POWER DRIVE UNIT
865D1007
FAILED
20120131005
QUE
2751
855D10013
FAILED
20120207007
QUE
853D10024
FAILED
20120221004
QUE
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
2910
BRAKE AND POSITION
SENSING UNIT
RIGHT HAND
OUT BOARD
FLAPS ACTUATORS
ENGINE DRIVEN PUMP
848847
FAILED
20120126009
QUE
2910
PUMP
AE4096G0060000
LEAKING
20120104009
QUE
2921
ACCUMULATOR
601R751383
FAILED
20120203003
QUE
3230
601R75206
FAILED
20120312015
QUE
750006000
FAILED
20120214003
QUE
QUE
299K631
LOOSE
CONNECTOR
SEPARATED
20120103002
3244
NOSE LANDING GEAR
SELECTOR VALVE
SOLENOID
SELECTOR VALVE
LANDING
GEAR SELECTOR
TIRE
20120321007
QUE
3320
LIGHT FIXTUR
BCI0065003
SHORTED
20120208006
ATL
3411
PITOT DRAIN
50034001
BROKEN
20120118010
ATL
4900
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
38004883
OVERHEATED
20120103018
QUE
520
OVERALL
ERROR
20120116007
QUE
5210
SHAFT GUIDE
CC670319831
SHEARED
20120105009
ATL
5297
SENSOR PROXIMITY
840534
FRAYED
20120207004
ATL
5312
PRESSURE BULKHEAD
CRACKED
20120217004
QUE
5330
DOOR SKIN LANDING
600330529
CRACKED
20120131009
ATL
5350
FAIRING
601R3103612
DISLODGED
20120103008
QUE
2730
2731
2750
2750
2750
2750
2752
3230
3234
Feedback 2/2012
21
Make/Model Jasc Part Name
Part Number
Part
Condition
SDR No.
RGN
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ100)
CL600 2B19
(RJ440)
CL600 2B19
(RJ440)
CL600 2B19
(RJ440)
CL600 2C10
(RJ700)
CL600 2C10
(RJ700)
CL600 2C10
(RJ700)
CL600 2C10
(RJ700)
CL600 2C10
(RJ700)
CL600 2C10
(RJ700)
CL600 2C10
(RJ700)
CL600 2C10
(RJ700)
CL600 2C10
(RJ700)
CL600 2D15 (705)
CL600 2D15 (705)
CL600 2D15 (705)
CL600 2D15 (705)
CL600 2D15 (705)
5610
NP13932187225
SHATTERED
20120103003
QUE
5720
LEFT HAND
WINDSHIELD
ANGLE
601R1001113
CRACKED
20120309001
ATL
5720
ANGLE
601R1001113
CRACKED
20120309004
ATL
5720
ANGLE
601R100111314
CRACKED
20120112001
ATL
5751
FITTING
CC6701301310
WORN
20120112003
ATL
7600
1603730007
FAILED
20120106001
QUE
DISCONNECTED
20120126005
QUE
NOT ATTACHED
20120126008
QUE
520
CONTROL
CABLE ASSEMBLY
NOSE WHEEL STEERING
TORQUE LINKS
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
OIL LINE
NO PARTS
SMOKE
20120126007
QUE
2710
AILERON SYSTEM
JAMMED
20120315001
QUE
2720
YAW DAMPER
6229968001
FAILED
20120206011
QUE
3010
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
GG670800137
FAILED
20120126010
QUE
3150
8221310105
FAILED
20120229003
QUE
3230
DATA
CONCENTRATOR UNIT
GEAR SELECTOR VALVE
2322H000004
FAILED
20120124004
QUE
3297
HARNESS
4910315
FAILED
20120131006
QUE
5610
NP13932211
CRACKED
20120103005
QUE
NP13932212
SHATTERED
20120109002
QUE
601R3303317
CRACKED
20120103007
QUE
GG670950315
GG670950227
GG670950315
CC670129995
FAILED
FAILED
JAMMED
SHIFTED
CHAFED
20120113004
20120113002
20120314003
20120130003
20120302001
ATL
ATL
ATL
ATL
ATL
CL600 2D15 (705)
CL600 2D15 (705)
CL600 2D15 (705)
4990
5741
5797
WE38817671
SH67035639
CC670129995
COLLAPSED
CRACKED
CHAFED
20120103001
20120126012
20120217005
ATL
ATL
ATL
CL600 2D24
(RJ900)
CL600 2D24
(RJ900)
CL600 2D24
(RJ900)
CL600 2D24
(RJ900)
CL600 2D24
(RJ900)
CL600 2D24
(RJ900)
CL600 2D24
(RJ900)
2211
FAILED
20120103020
QUE
2215
LEFT HAND
SIDE WINDOW
RIGHT HAND
SIDE WINDOW
LEFT HAND
WINDSHIELD
GALLEY HEATER
RECIRCULATION FAN
AILERON SYSTEM
HEATER ASSEMBLY
SPIRAL CORD
ELECTRICAL
OIL FILTER
LINK
SPIRAL CORD
ELECTRICAL
FLIGHT CONTROL
COMPUTER
ELEVATOR SERVO
FAILED
20120126004
QUE
2750
FLAPS SYSTEM
FAILED
20120118006
QUE
3240
FAILED
20120306003
QUE
3246
ANTI-SKID
CONTROL UNIT
TIRE
SHREDDED
20120312019
QUE
3418
STALL WARNING SYSTEM
FAILED
20120111007
QUE
3610
CROSSOVER
DUCT ASSEMBLY
RUPTURED
20120312017
QUE
22
3251
4990
5610
5610
2121
2121
2215
2530
3097
38004883
90004433
GG670803011
Feedback 2/2012
Make/Model Jasc Part Name
Part Number
Part
Condition
SDR No.
RGN
CL600 2D24
(RJ900)
CL600 2D24
(RJ900)
CL600 2D24
(RJ900)
CANADAIR
CL215
6B11(CL415)
CL215
6B11(CL415)
CL600 2A12(601)
CL600 2B16(604)
CL600 2B16(604)
5610
NP1393222
SHATTERED
20120103006
QUE
5610
RIGHT HAND
SIDE WINDOW
WINDSHIELD
ARCHING
20120131007
QUE
5610
WINDSHIELD
NP139321
SHATTERED
20120203002
QUE
2197
POWER CABLE
JBS261
MELTED
20120119001
QUE
2510
BROKEN
20120229005
QUE
6003303027
6009300071
QDCOUPLING
CRACKED
NEW
LEAKING
20120127001
20120111003
20120227015
QUE
QUE
QUE
CL600 2B16(604)
CL600 2B16(604)
CESSNA
152
152
172N
182T
208
208
208B
208B
208B
208B
208B
3260
3810
HANDLE ASSEMBLY
WATER DUMP
COCKPIT SIDE WINDOW
FLAP POWER DRIVE UNIT
ENGINE DRIVEN PUMP
FLEX HOSE
MICROSWITCH
LAMP CONNECTOR
S2GA
25200301
NEW
MELTED
20120113008
20120222005
QUE
ONT
4003437040034
4310282
500X5TR67
7126154
CHAFED
CRACKED
PUNCTURED
DENTED
DAMAGED
CRACKED
NEW
TUBE BLOWN
TORN
UNSERVICEABLE
USED
20120131013
20120103023
20120322003
20120316006
20120127012
20120222003
20120131003
20120112002
20120202003
20120218001
20120109008
PAC
PAC
ONT
PNR
PNR
ONT
ATL
ATL
ATL
PNR
PAC
310R
421B
421C
7120
3231
5610
CRACKED
BROKEN
CRACKED
20120202004
20120207001
20120117002
PNR
PAC
ONT
501
550
7310
5753
FUEL LINES
BRACKET
TIRE TUBE
BULKHEAD
PITCH SERVO PULLEY
PITOT TUBE
GUARD ASSEMBLY
GOODYEAR
TUBE
RING ASSEMBLY
OIL PRESSURE
INDICATOR
I-BEAM
BELLCRANK
LEFT HAND
WINDSHIELD
AIRFRAME FUEL FILTER
CONNECTING LINK
ASSEMBLY
SCREW
CONNECTOR
DRIVER LINK
ELEVATOR TAB PUSH ROD
SPRING
BULKHEAD
SPROCKET
FLAP CONTROL ROD
ASA352CL
CONTAMINATED
MISSING PARTS
20120109001
20120105005
ONT
ONT
AN525R18
P160
202007
666016117
661322201
7126156
12601131
12606531
SHEARED
LOOSE
CORRODED
ORIGINAL
ORIGINAL
DENTED
BROKEN
USED
20120207006
20120222004
20120319004
20120222002
20120224004
20120316003
20120113013
20120215003
PAC
PNR
PNR
QUE
QUE
PNR
ONT
PNR
FITTING ASSEMBLY
24020109004
CRACKED
20120127013
PNR
ABIDHC24
C6WA11222728
CRACKED
WORN
20120131012
20120221005
PNR
PNR
20120216001
20120213003
20120116010
20120219001
20120110005
20120213005
20120113010
20120116004
20120116011
ONT
ONT
ONT
PNR
PNR
QUE
ONT
ATL
ATL
83010099001
CHAFED
FRAYED
NEW
UNSERVICEABLE
CUT
CORRODED
CRACKED
LEAKING
FALSE
INDICATION
CHAFED
20120109006
ATL
5610
2750
2910
2820
5540
0
5312
2210
3411
2731
3245
3245
7120
7930
560
3201
560
3234
560
7830
560XL
2731
560XL
5210
T182T
0
T206H
2731
T337
5753
CONVAIR - CAN
340
5520
DEHAVILLAND - CAN
DHC 2 MKIII
3246
DHC 6 300
2711
DHC 7 102
DHC 7 102
DHC 7 103
DHC 7 103
DHC 7 103
DHC 8 100
DHC 8 100
DHC 8 102
DHC 8 102
2497
2710
2910
3010
5430
2710
5755
2722
2750
DRAG LINK
RIGHT HAND AILERON
TAB PLATES
ELECTRICAL WIRES
CABLE ASSEMBLY
HYDRAULIC TUBE
DEICING BOOT
NOSE CONE
SPLINE SHAFT
SPOILER ACTUATOR
HYDRAULIC LINE
TORQUE SENSOR
DHC 8 102
3010
TUBE ASSEMBLY DE-ICE
26060321
26600178
75085010
923480
265102218
8411066
72210066001
72980010217
75C0058007
82740083101
A44700009
82960010149
756158
Feedback 2/2012
23
Make/Model Jasc Part Name
Part Number
Part
Condition
SDR No.
RGN
DHC 8 102
3231
83231020003
BROKEN
20120126013
ATL
DHC 8 102
DHC 8 102
DHC 8 102
DHC 8 102
DHC 8 102
DHC 8 102
DHC 8 102
DHC 8 301
DHC 8 301
DHC 8 311
DHC 8 311
DHC 8 400
3232
3234
3240
3246
5210
5310
7540
3210
5610
0
5755
2100
82970018013
82970010591
MB543DDFS464
AP500211101
SEIZED
UNSERVICEABLE
CRACKED
BROKEN
CRACKED
BIRD STRIKE
CHAFED
BROKEN
ARCING
WORN
CORRODED
RUPTURED
20120111002
20120307001
20120113001
20120216003
20120308002
20120316004
20120316005
20120312025
20120125004
20120320002
20120210004
20120302005
ATL
ATL
QUE
ATL
QUE
ATL
ATL
ATL
ATL
QUE
PAC
ONT
DHC 8 400
2910
6618203
BURNT
20120306001
ONT
DHC 8 400
2910
FAILED
20120104006
QUE
DHC 8 400
3210
MAIN LANDING GEAR
DOOR SPRING
DOOR ACTUATOR
SELECTOR VALVE
QUADRANT
OUTER WHEEL HALF
DOOR
NOSE AREA
ELECTRICAL WIRE
ACTUATOR
WINDOW
HYDRAULIC LINE
BEARING
DUCT EMERGENCY
RAM AIR
DIRECT CIRCUIT MOTOR
DRIVEN PUMP
HYDRAULIC POWER
TRANSFER UNIT
MAIN LANDING GEAR
20120104005
QUE
DHC 8 400
DHC 8 400
DHC 8 400
DHC 8 400
DHC 8 400
DHC 8 402
DHC 8 402
3213
3222
3242
5610
7160
3210
3231
461331
471055
216052
80260008
4100S02804
82974244001
20120202009
20120125014
20120228014
20120203008
20120206005
20120107001
20120213004
ONT
ONT
ONT
ONT
ONT
QUE
ONT
DHC 8 402
DIAMOND - AS
DA 40
3246
OUTSTOP TUBE
INNER CYLINDER
BRAKE ASSEMBLY
WINDSHIELD
INTAKE HEATER
HYDRAULIC LINE
NOSE DOOR
PROXIMITY SENSOR
LOOSE/LOST NUTS
UNSAFE
INDICATION
CRACKED
CRACKED
LEAKING
CRACKED
BURNT
USED
MALFUNCTION
SHEARED
20120322007
ONT
LIGHTNING
PROTECTION TUBE
DA451874100
CHAFED
20120319003
ONT
500X5TR67
2224120013
SPLIT
BROKEN
20120319007
20120215001
ONT
ATL
2227291400
2228212001
653164
CRACKED
LEAKING
CORRODED
20120203006
20120112005
20120116008
ATL
ATL
ONT
MISGUIDED
20120224002
QUE
FAILED
BURNT
20120125002
20120107003
QUE
QUE
FAILED
FAILED
RESET
CRACKED
CRACKED
CHAFED
FAILED
FAILED
DISCONNECTED
FAILED
FAILED
FAILED
FAILED
FAILED
20120105006
20120213001
20120301005
20120107004
20120107002
20120111001
20120119005
20120130006
20120221009
20120105007
20120221007
20120216002
20120105008
20120130007
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
QUE
DAMAGED
20120312013
QUE
3340
DIAMOND - CAN
DA 20 A1
3245
DA 20 C1
2434
DA 20 C1
DA 20 C1
DA 20 C1
DORNIER
328 300
EMBRAER
EMB 500
ERJ 170 200 SU
2720
2820
8520
TUBE
ALTERNATOR
ADJUST BRACKET
PEDAL
PUEL FEED LINE
CRANKSHAFT
2720
RUDDER CABLE
2460
2440
ERJ 170 200 SU
ERJ 170 200 SU
ERJ 170 200 SU
ERJ 170 200 SU
ERJ 170 200 SU
ERJ 170 200 SU
ERJ 190 100 IGW
ERJ 190 100 IGW
ERJ 190 100 IGW
ERJ 190 100 IGW
ERJ 190 100 IGW
ERJ 190 100 IGW
ERJ 190 100 IGW
ERJ 190 100 IGW
2750
2780
3251
5320
5320
5797
2133
2750
2750
2780
2780
2780
2780
3140
ERJ 190 100 IGW
3210
CONTACTOR
EXTERNAL
POWER MODULE
FLAP SLAT FAIL
SKEW HARNESS
STEERING
SUPPORT TIRE BRAKE
TIRE SUPPORT BRAKE
HARNESS
OUTFLOW VALVE
FLAP FAIL
TORQUE TUBE
SLAT FAIL
SLAT FAIL
SLAT SKEW SENSOR
SLAT SKEW SENSOR
MODULAR
AVIONIC UNIT 2
CROSS BOLT
24
77610296101
3006192
10500501
SM400D17
1701337C
17010810401
17010810401
17106001401
2142501
1702286B
PN2821A0000XX
Feedback 2/2012
Make/Model Jasc Part Name
Part Number
Part
Condition
SDR No.
RGN
ERJ 190 100 IGW
3610
ERJ 190 100 IGW
5610
ERJ 190 100 IGW
5610
EUROCOPTER DEUT
BO105 S CDN
2140
BS 4
EC 135P2PLUS
0
FAN AIR VALVE
WINDSHIELD
WINDSHIELD
10070863
56100241
NP18730111
FAILED
CRACKED
CRACKED
20120312027
20120125007
20120221006
QUE
QUE
QUE
ELEMENT
TAS300A
UNSERVICEABLE
20120305004
ONT
ARIS
TRANSMISSION MOUNT
ARIS
TRANSMISSION MOUNT
L633M2010109
UNSERVICEABLE
20120319009
ONT
L633M2010108
UNSERVICEABLE
20120208002
ONT
VALVE
ACTUATOR DRIVEN
FLAP CONTROL HANDLE
HYDRAULIC LINE
BUS TIE SWITCH
ELECTRONIC FLIGHT
INSTRUMENT
SYSTEM CONTROL
BYLB504371
CRACKED
20120209009
PNR
8497
2781006003
8781K11
6229222001
INTERMITTANT
CRACKED
BURNT
FAILED
20120312018
20120125011
20120312020
20120315005
ONT
ONT
ONT
PNR
TIRE
10X35044PLY
USED
20120103016
PAC
FLAP DRIVE UNIT
TRIM SERVO
MICROSWITCH
MICROSWITCH
FLAP DRIVE UNIT
120A4280
65006113
MS252531
MS252531
120A4280
USED
USED
GOOD
CRACKED
NEW
20120322006
20120302002
20120131011
20120203012
20120118002
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
HYDRAULIC CUT
OUT VALVE
AIR48920
LEAKING
20120301003
ONT
MAIN ROTOR BLADE
TAIL
ROTOR SWASHPLATE
BEARING ASSEMBLY
500P2100103
369D
DETTACHED
WORN
20120123005
20120123006
PAC
PAC
NPN
WORN
20120215011
PAC
6630100007007
6632303004006
CHAFED
FAILED
20120301011
20120130008
PAC
ONT
316154
6000100184
24410071
DETERIORATED
CRACKED
CRACKED
20120309002
20120102001
20120209006
PNR
ONT
ATL
LOOSE
30120320001
PAC
FAILED
MISSING
FAILED
BROKEN
STIFF
DEFECTIVE
LOOSE
CRACKED
20120111011
20120110003
20120109009
20120214005
20120222010
20120215009
20120306008
20120124001
ONT
ONT
PNR
ONT
ONT
ONT
ONT
ONT
CRACKED
CRACKED
CRACKED
INTERMITTENT
BROKEN
INOPERATIVE
20120307008
20120307009
20120202006
20120205002
20120119010
20120116012
PAC
PAC
ONT
PNR
PAC
PAC
EC 135P2PLUS
6330
FAIRCHILD
SA227AC
2100
SA227AC
SA227CC
SA227DC
SA227DC
2750
3230
2400
3120
FOUND BROTHERS
FBA 2C1
3244
GROB-WERKE
G 120A
0
G 120A
2731
G 120A
2750
G 120A
2751
G 120A
5753
HAWKER SIDDELEY - UK
HS 748 2A
2910
HUGHES
369D
369D
6210
6230
369D
LEARJET
45
45
6500
45
60
60
LOCKHEED
382G
PILATUS - SW
PC 12 45
PC 12 45
PC 12 45
PC 12 45
PC 12 47
PC 12 47E
PC 12 47E
PC 12 47E
5412
2910
3233
ANTI-ICE DUCT
MAIN LANDING
GEAR UPLOCK
SEAL FIREWALL BOOT
TUBE ASSEMBLY
CONICAL SPACER
5330
FUSELAGE SKIN
2216
2730
3260
3297
2710
2215
2400
5720
YAW SERVO ACTUATOR
STOP
DOWN SWITCH
WIRE
AILERON SYSTEM
SERVO
POWER JUNCTION BOX
ELBOW 45 DEGREE
SPECIAL
3246
3246
5711
8011
0
0
WHEEL HALF
WHEEL HALF
SPAR LEFT INBOARD
STARTER
FAN WHEEL
PRESSURE SWITCH
3010
3230
PIPER
PA23 250
PA23 250
PA28 140
PA31
PA31 350
PA31 350
65000560080
5552012186
UNAVAILABLE
G21C24
65001900101
974033814
9462265555
16106900
62054000
751817
94E421
Feedback 2/2012
25
Make/Model Jasc Part Name
Part Number
Part
Condition
SDR No.
RGN
PA31 350
3245
PA31 350
3245
PA31 350
3245
PA31 350
7600
PA44 180
3211
RAYTHEON
HAWKER 900XP
2916
ROBINSON
R44
2435
R44
7322
R44 II
2410
R44 II
2410
R44 II
2435
R44 II
2822
R44 II
6730
R44 II
7414
R44 II
8100
ROCKWELL COLLINS
114
5711
690A
2435
NOSE TIRE TUBE
NOSE WHEEL TIRE TUBE
NOSE WHEEL TIRE TUBE
THROTTLE CABLE
TRUNNION
923150
XA1AD
923150
24894002
6704015
HOLE IN TUBE
SPLIT
TORN
BROKEN
LOOSE
20120201004
20120206007
20120131008
20120120008
20120123009
PAC
PAC
PAC
PAC
PNR
COUPLING (Y TUBE)
ACM22372
USED
20120127003
PNR
STARTER
CABLE
ALTERNATOR
ALTERNATOR
STARTER
FUEL PUMP
SERVO
MAGNETO
MANIFOLD
14912HTH
C5227
D7481ALU85219
D7481ALU85219
14924HTH
LW15473
D2121
10600646201
D7301
CRACKED
BROKEN
WORN
WORN
LOOSE
LEAKING
LEAKING
FAILED
CRACKED
20120104002
20120120003
20120224008
20120224009
20120104003
20120204003
20120229004
20120204002
20120206004
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
PNR
SPAR
MOUNTING
ADAPTER KIT
23065504
CRACKED
CRACKED
20120228018
20120127011
QUE
PNR
FLAP CONTROL CABLE
SD3452606XA
FRAYED
20120312022
PAC
9550176020
SB1149101
9235115171041
BZ2RDSA2S
9231004802105
9265004801102
FAILED
SHORT
WORN
UNSERVICEABLE
BROKEN
WORN
LEAKING
20120312021
20120309006
20120319008
20120316002
20120228020
20120227007
20120228017
PAC
PAC
ATL
PAC
ATL
ATL
ATL
9260001801107
FAILED
20120220006
ATL
SB1074101
SB1074101
9235706300
CT78
UNSERVICEABLE
UNSERVICEABLE
DISCOLOURED
HIGH PRESSURE
20120228019
20120228021
20120220003
20120220007
PAC
PAC
ATL
ATL
2722121
2722123
CRACKED
CRACKED
20120223005
20120223004
PNR
PNR
CRACKED
20120104011
ONT
SHORT & HARLAND
SD3 60
2750
SIKORSKY
S76A
7421
S76C
3397
S92A
0
S92A
0
S92A
2297
S92A
2612
S92A
2917
S92A
3160
S92A
S92A
S92A
S92A
SWEARINGEN
SA226TC
SA226TC
VANS
RV6A
VIKING CANADA
DHC 6 400
DHC 6 400
6310
6310
6520
7931
IGNITION EXCITER
CLIPE BOARD
BEARING
PINION
YAW PEDAL SWITCH
FLAME DETECTOR
DIFFRENTIAL
PRESSURE SWITCH
DISPLAY
CONTROL PANEL
BEARING
BEARING
GEARBOX
ENGINE
5741
5741
ATTACH FITTING
WING ATTACH FITTING
5320
STEP
1000
3412
PULLEY
OUTSIDE AIR
TEMPERATURE PROBE
FL3C62
12901220001
NEW
NEW
20120111010
20120130014
PAC
PAC
7210
7321
7210
7230
7250
REDUCTION GEARBOX
FUEL CONTROL UNIT
#5 BEARING
SCROLL ASSEMBLY
TURBINE ASSEMBLY
3024780
23070606
6871505
23065593
23063354
UNSERVICEABLE
FAILED
FAILED
CRACKED
MISSING
20120105004
20120104010
20120123007
20120229008
20120322009
ONT
PAC
PAC
PAC
PAC
8520
8530
7414
7933
TAPPET BODY
CYLINDER
CAP/HARNESS ASSEMBLY
VALVE ASSEMBLY
TEMPERATURE
ENGINE CASE
72877
LW13870
M2918
AEL19600
BROKEN
SEIZED
FRACTURED
BROKEN
20120313002
20120306009
20120223011
20120224003
PNR
PNR
PAC
PNR
UNSERVICEABLE
20120210006
PNR
ENGINE
ALLISON
250-C20
250-C20
250-C47B
250-C47B
250-C47B
AVCO LYCOMING
IO-360-B1B
IO-540-AB1A5
LTIO-540-J2BD
LTIO-540-J2BD
LTIO-540-J2BD
26
8510
Feedback 2/2012
Make/Model Jasc Part Name
Part Number
Part
Condition
SDR No.
RGN
LTO-360-E1A6D
LTS-101-700D-2
LTS-101-700D-2
704A34310006
408111906
BROKEN
UNSERVICEABLE
SHEARED
20120223001
20120322001
20120125019
PAC
PAC
PNR
105267
LW13282
76906
4370MODF
LW1277B
10391586
10391586
1034929001
S19211
STICKING
CRACKED
BROKEN
UNSERVICEABLE
BROKEN
NEW
NEW
NEW
BROKEN
20120120004
20120106002
20120215004
20120228015
20120306004
20120209002
20120209005
20120209003
20120227005
PAC
PNR
QUE
PNR
ONT
QUE
QUE
QUE
PNR
STARTER VALVE
SWITCH FUEL
DELTA PRESSURE
32915562
QA07995
DAMAGED
NORMAL
20120125009
20120201001
QUE
PNR
COMBUSTION CASE
TORQUE RING BRIDGE
TURBINE NUT
310668
31071001
31080661
FRACTURED
FAILED
NEW
20120109012
20120125012
20120201003
ONT
ONT
ONT
CENTER VENT TUBE
ACTUATOR - BALLSCREW
ENGINE
THRUST REVERSER
TRANSLATING COW
ENGINE
COMPRESSOR
OPERATIONAL BLEED
VALVE
ENGINE
3413201501
32725702
DISTORTED
BROKEN
VIBRATION
FELL OFF
20120104012
20120207005
20120118007
20120214004
PNR
QUE
QUE
QUE
CF343B1
32915522
FAILED
STALLED
FAILED
20120118003
20120126006
20120118004
QUE
QUE
QUE
CF680
SHUT DOWN
20120124005
QUE
30607604
LOOSE
NEW
20120223003
20120213002
ONT
PAC
PN30608081
USED
20120125013
PNR
FAILED
DAMAGED
20120124002
20120202002
ATL
ATL
FAILED
FAILED
20120118001
20120125015
ATL
PAC
5771112107
5905588
LEAKING
FAILED
LOOSE
UNSERVICEABLE
20120124007
20120129001
20120119011
20120313001
ATL
QUE
ONT
PNR
3014403
FAILED
20120119003
ONT
MALFUNCTION
20120202010
ONT
APTE304A250G
NEW
20120228011
PNR
8078831
CRACKED
DAMAGED
BROKEN
FRACTURED
20120112007
20120127010
20120126002
20120120002
ONT
PNR
QUE
QUE
8530
2913
8300
O-235-L2C
8520
O-235-L2CM
8520
O-320-E2D
2434
O-360-A4M
7414
TIO-540-A2B
8120
TIO-540-A2C
7414
TIO-540-A2C
7414
TIO-540-A2C
7414
TIO-540-AJ1A
7800
CFM INTERNATIONAL
CFM56-5A5
2435
CFM56-7B27/3
2821
GARRETT
TPE331-11U
7230
TPE331-11U
7712
TPE331-12UHR
7250
GENERAL ELECTRIC
CF34-10E5A1
7200
CF34-3A
7830
CF34-3A1
7200
CF34-3B
7110
CF34-3B1
CF34-8C5
CF34-8C5
7530
7230
7532
CF6-80C2B6F
HONEYWELL
AS907-1-1A
TFE731-20BR-1B
7697
TFE731-50R
8300
7110
7314
RINGS
HYDRAULIC PUMP
BOLT/GEAR
POWERTRAIN
CARBURATOR
CRANKCASE
ALTERNATOR BRACKET
MAGNETO
WASTE GATE ASSEMBLY
DISTRIBUTOR BLOCK
DISTRIBUTOR BLOCK
MAGNETO
COUPLING
OUTER FAN DUCT PANEL
ENGINE DRIVEN
FUEL PUMP
ACCESSORY GEAR
BOX CASE
PRATT & WHITNEY - CAN
JT15D-4
7250 HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE
PT6-65B
7250 COMPRESSOR TURBINE
BLADE TIPS
PT6A-21
7230 BEARING
PT6A-34
7230 COMPRESSOR
TURBINE BLADE
PT6A-42A
7210 REDUCTION GEAR BOX
PT6A-64
7300 FUEL CONTROL UNIT
PT6A-67B
7920 OIL LINE ASSEMBLY
PW123E
2840 DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE SWITCH
PW123E
7712 TORQUE SIGNAL
CONDITION UNIT
PW150A
7931 OIL PRESSURE
TRANSDUCER
PW615F-A
7930 OIL PRESSURE
TRANSDUCER
PRATT & WHITNEY - USA
JT8D-15A
7510 DUCT
JT8D-17
7250 TURBINE
JT9D-7J
7321 CONDITION ACTUATOR
PW4060
7250 HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE
STAGE 2 BLADE
60B962005
Feedback 2/2012
27
Make/Model Jasc Part Name
Part Number
PW4060
7722 ENGINE
PW4060
ROLLS ROYCE - UK
TAY 610-8
7230 HIGH PRESSURE
JR18750
COMPRESSOR STAGE 10
TELEDYNE CONTINENTAL
IO-520-D
7120 ENGINE MOUNT LEG
539518
IO-550-D
8530 CYLINDER THRU
652541
STUD NUT
O-470-K
7322 CARBURATOR
104893
O-470-U
8530 CYLINDER KIT
655468A8
TSIO-520-C
8530 EXHAUST VALVE
637781
TURBOMECA
ARRIEL 1B
7321 FUEL CONTROL UNIT
164540120
PROPELLER
HAMILTON STANDARD
14SF-7
6110
14SF-7
6111
HARTZELL
HC-B3TN-3AF
6111
HC-B4MP-3C
6122
MCCAULEY
1A103/TCM6758
6100
3GFR34C703
0
4HFR34C652
6111
4HFR34C652
6114
Part
Condition
SDR No.
RGN
SURGE
20120125001
QUE
CRACKED
20120221008
QUE
BROKEN
UNSERVICEABLE
20120117004
20120103015
PNR
ONT
UNSERVICEABLE
NEW
STUCK
20120301014
20120227014
20120215002
PNR
PNR
PNR
OVERHAULED
20120217008
QUE
BLADE
OUTER RACE
SFA13M1R0AD
7823011
FRACTURED
DETERIORATED
20120223002
20120302003
ATL
ATL
PROPELLER BLADE
PROPELLER GOVERNOR
8210310B
POSSIBLE CRACK
OVERHAULED
20120321008
20120206003
PNR
PNR
STEEL PLATE
WIRE HARNESS
BLADE
HUB
B7287
B40531
CFRL250103
A163356
DAMAGED
BURNT
ERODED
UNSERVICEABLE
20120307003
20120113014
20120215010
20120302006
ONT
ATL
ONT
PAC
3230
MAIN GEAR
RETRACT LINE
1013880167
DAMAGED
20120130010
ONT
3800
CONTROL BOX
850504001001
REPAIRED
20120227016
PAC
2562
G SWITCH
UNSERVICEABLE
20120307005
PNR
4535002
2562
4535002
2562
4535002
2562
4536603
2562
BELL TEXTRON - CAN
222040003111
6330
BELL TEXTRON - USA
205030220
5101
206
5330
206033412
5120
BOEING
6573761110
3213
BOMBARDIER
10053600010
4900
DHC8102
5755
CHAMPION
123929
8520
G SWITCH
G SWITCH
G SWITCH
G SWITCH
4526506
UNSERVICEABLE
UNSERVICEABLE
UNSERVICEABLE
FAILURE
20120307006
20120315004
20120316008
20120106006
PNR
PNR
PNR
PAC
TOP CASE
222040061105
SERVICEABLE
20120314009
PAC
DOOR TRACK
SIDE SKIN
BEARING HANGER
205030220010
206033003105S
2060334120015
NEW
NEW
NEW
20120308004
20120308005
20120316009
PAC
PAC
PAC
INNER CYLINDER
65611620
OVERHAULED
20120320004
ONT
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
SPOILER ACTUATOR
A44700009
NON-SEALANT
CRACKED
20120227003
20120229006
QUE
PNR
MANIFOLD
PRESSURE LINE
123929
CRACKED
20120221011
PAC
BEARING BLOCK LOWER
BUMPER
02T10325
C3U20711
CRACKED
DISINTEGRATED
20120208001
20120208004
PAC
ONT
ACTUATOR LINEAR
1564T1009
REPAIRED
20120131010
PNR
EQUIPMENT
AEROQUIP
AE2463509G01
AIR TRACTOR
MODEL850
ARTEX
4535002
DEHAVILLAND - CAN
02T0115300
5210
C3US200
3246
EUROCOPTER DEUT
BK117B2
7321
28
Feedback 2/2012
Make/Model Jasc Part Name
HAMILTON SUNDSTRAND
770705C
2450 SOLID STATE
POWER CONTROLLERS
HELI-LYNX
ADCFILTER
7261 ADC CHIP PLUG
HONEYWELL
383650
8011 FLANGE
TFE73140AR
2435 STARTER GENERATOR
MECHANICAL PRODUCTS
6111
5347 SAFETY WIRE
PRATT & WHITNEY - CAN
PT6A67B
2435 STARTER GENERATOR
TELEDYNE BENDIX
106006169
7414 BEARING
10600646201
7414 DISTRIBUTOR BLOCK
10600646201
7414 DISTRIBUTOR GEAR
WOODWARD
7665009805
6114 PISTON
UNAPPROVED PART
HONEYWELL
383650
2000
FLANGE
Part Number
Part
Condition
SDR No.
RGN
772707A
BURNT
20120111006
QUE
2031
DAMAGED
20120227017
PNR
353745
230650181
INSPECTED
OVERHEATED
20120209008
20120221010
PAC
ONT
SNAGGED
20120221001
ATL
23085024
OVERHAULED
20120130009
PNR
1081806
10357426
ES10357586
WORN
LOOSE
LOOSE
20120126014
20120111004
20120111005
PAC
PAC
PAC
41012001
WORN
20120201005
PAC
353745
INSPECTED
20120209008
PAC
Feedback 2/2012
29
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