The CAA will issue a continuing airworthiness notice (CAN) to bring industry attention to an issue which does not necessarily meet the threshold of an ‘unsafe condition’ – which would warrant an airworthiness directive (AD). A CAN alerts, educates, recommends and guides, however compliance with the details of a CAN is not mandatory.

List of CANs on the CAA website as at 28 June 2021 [XLSX 38 KB]

If you have any questions or queries about CANs, email airworthinessdirectives@caa.govt.nz.

Latest continuing airworthiness notices

This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is issued to advise operators and maintainers that Aeroprakt Ltd has issued Service Bulletin A32-06, dated 2 December 2019 with instructions to inspect the windscreen fitted on A-32 and A-32L (Vixxen) aircraft.

The CAN is issued to advise operators, installers and maintenance providers that certain ADS-B In equipment installations may have been installed under AC43-14, revision 5, Appendix 9, which is not considered to be Acceptable Technical Data (ATD) for ADS-

This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) alerts operators of affected helicopters of the risk of fuel contamination when refuelling in dusty environments and mitigate the risk with good fuel-handling procedures when operating at remote locations.

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