The purpose of this Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is to alert operators and maintainers of a significant crack found in the upper vertical fin of a Hughes 369HS helicopter.
The purpose of this Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is to alert operators and maintainers of Guimbal Cabri G2 helicopters of a possible safety issue with the main rotor flight control pitch links.
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is revised to advise operators and maintainers that MDHI have released Service Letter SL369H-158, SL369D-142, SL369E-097, SL369F-088, SL500N-044, SL600N-038 (issued as a single document) and updated the relevant aircraft ICA and introduced an inspection for the pilots interconnecting cyclic pitch torque tube assembly. The inspection includes a freedom of movement check of the torque tube and bearings.
This CAN is prompted by CAA awareness of several cargo hooks in New Zealand being damaged due to torsional loads. Loads attached to a cargo hook with a spreader bar (e.g. a fertilizer bucket) may cause the cargo hook to be subjected to high torsional loads which can damage the cargo hook. To ensure continued airworthiness of the hook, additional inspections, certain on-condition repairs, and/or appropriate replacement actions have been added to the manufacturers CMM. Refer to Onboard Systems CMM 122-015-00 for the new/additional inspections required for cargo hooks used for torsional load applications.
Textron Aviation Inc. (formerly Cessna Aircraft Company) model 206, U206, U206A, U206B, U206C, U206D, U206E, U206F, U206G, TU206A, TU206B, TU206C, TU206D, TU206E, TU206F, TU206G, 206H and T206H aircraft, all S/N.
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is issued to bring attention to a defect reported to the CAA of finding a severely cracked Pilot to Co-pilot Tail Rotor Torque Tube with P/N 369H7531-11 on a Hughes 369FF (MD530F) helicopter. The investigation re
Tail Wheel Spring Attachment
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) alerts operators of affected aircraft of the importance of attaching the shoulder harness to the lower bar of the seatback frame.
This CAN is issued to alert operators and maintainers of a recent failure of a tail rotor fork bolt P/N 369A1602-3 on a Hughes 369D helicopter. The bolt should be installed using the elongation method to ensure proper clamp-up of the tail rotor hub and fo
Incorrect installation of the stowage tray can result in an undetected gap between the tray and the aft bulkhead through which loose stowed equipment can enter the flight control system.
Main Gear Retraction Arms P/N 42042-000 & P/N 42042-002
Kelly Fuel Pump Diaphragm Assembly
Robinson R22 Main Rotor Drive System and Drive Belts
Hose Unions at Fuel Control
Nose Gear Link Assembly P/N 40336-000
Primary Flight Control Yoke Inspection
Fuel Contamination due to Fuel Filler Cap Failure