Safran (formerly Turbomeca) Arriel Engines – Counting and Recording Engine Cycles
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is issued to draw attention to a safety concern which was recently reported to the CAA. An AS350 helicopter was found fitted with a non-functioning engine anti-ice system. The investigation revealed that an engine anti-ice valve was not installed on the affected helicopter.
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is revised to inform aircraft operators and maintainers that Robinson Helicopters Corporation (RHC) have revised the component maintenance requirements in Chapter 1.102 of the R44 Series Maintenance Manual dated December 2021. Refer: https://robinsonheli.com/r44-maint-manual/
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is issued to advise aircraft operators and maintainers of possible burnt intake valves on O-540-F1B5 engines, which can result in partial, or complete loss of engine power.
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is prompted by a recent catastrophic engine failure, which was likely due to a previous hydraulic lock event. This CAN is issued to alert operators/maintainers of Teledyne Continental reciprocating engines of the
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is issued to advise affected helicopter operators and maintainers of two recent occurrences of smoking Rolls-Royce/Allison 250 series engines, due to failure of OEM supplied #5 bearing carbon seal with P/N 689876
Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) 71-002, issue 1 revised to introduce Eurocopter Service Letter (SL) 1706-24-05 dated 8 June 2005, which pertains to the subject of this CAN.
The CAA strongly recommends that operators/maintainers of affected helicopte
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is prompted by reports received by the CAA of operators experiencing a loss of compression and engine power due to cracks found in a number of Lycoming parallel valve cylinders listed in the applicability section
This CAN is prompted by a report received by a New Zealand maintenance organization from Accurate Accessories of suspect bearings installed in certain PTGs which may not reach their TBO.
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is prompted by two defect reports received by the CAA of finding failed idler gear posts. Both failures occurred on Lycoming IO-540-AE1A5 engines. The first reported idler gear post failure was found during a 100
Precision RSA-10AD1 Fuel Control Unit (FCU) - Possible Fuel Flow Restriction
R44 Engine Exhaust - Cabin Heater System Failures
Trelleborg Hydro K Fuel and Oil Hoses
Lycoming Crankshaft Propeller Flanges with Lightening Holes
Teledyne Continental (TCM) Engines Crankshaft Gear P/N 657175
Engine Components Inc. (ECI) Plasma-faced Top Compression Rings
Champion Oil Filters P/N CFO-100-1
Inspection of Engine Components Inc. (ECI) Cylinders