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Documentation, Publications & Historical Records

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  • Chapter 3Documentation, Publications, & Historical Records
  • Civil Aviation Authorities Author: Steve Mullis
  • Civil Aviation Authorities• FAA – Federal Aviation Authority – United States of America Author: Steve Mullis
  • Civil Aviation Authorities• FAA – Federal Aviation Authority – United States of America• TC – Transport Canada Author: Steve Mullis
  • Civil Aviation Authorities• FAA – Federal Aviation Authority – United States of America• TC – Transport Canada• CAA – Civil Aviation Authority – Great Britain Author: Steve Mullis
  • Aviation Regulations Author: Steve Mullis
  • Aviation Regulations• F.A.R.’s – Federal Air Regulation Author: Steve Mullis
  • Aviation Regulations• F.A.R.’s – Federal Air Regulation• C.A.R.’s – Canadian Air Regulations Author: Steve Mullis
  • Aviation Regulations• F.A.R.’s – Federal Air Regulation• C.A.R.’s – Canadian Air Regulations• J.A.R.’s – Joint Aviation Requirements Author: Steve Mullis
  • Type Certificate• Same information as fixed wing Author: Steve Mullis
  • Type Certificate• Same information as fixed wing• Max. rotor limits Author: Steve Mullis
  • Type Certificate• Same information as fixed wing• Max. rotor limits• Retirement Life Limits Author: Steve Mullis
  • Type Certificate• Same information as fixed wing• Max. rotor limits• Retirement Life Limits• Military conversion information Author: Steve Mullis
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  • No. CF-2007-19 Airworthiness DirectivesIssue Date: 7 September 2007AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVEThe following airworthiness directive (AD) may be applicable to an aircraft which our records indicate is registered in your name. Ads are issued pursuant to Canadian Aviation Regulation (CAR) 593. Pursuant to CAR 605.84 and the further details of CAR Standard 625, Appendix H, the continuing airworthiness of a Canadian registered aircraft is contingent upon compliance with all applicable Ads. Failure to comply with the requirements of an AD may invalidate the flight authorization of the aircraft. Alternative means of compliance shall be applied for in accordance with CAR 605.84 and the above- referenced Standard.This AD has been issued by the Continuing Airworthiness Division (AARDG), Aircraft Certification Branch, Transport Canada, Ottawa, telephone (613) 952-4357.Number: CF-2007-19Subject: “Hydraulic Test” Switch ProtectionEffective: 1 October 2007Applicability: Eurocopter AS 350 Series Helicopters with Honeywell Control Unit.Compliance: By 15 November 2007, unless already accomplishedBackground: It has been determined that inadvertent operation of the Hydraulic Test switch can occur in flight due to close proximity and commonality with other switches. When the hydraulic test switch is activated all hydraulic pressure is lost leading to immediate loss of boost to the tail rotor and loss of pressure to main rotor servos. The main rotor servos will continue to provide hydraulic boost until their accumulators deplete. It is noted that the warning horn will sound and a warning light will illuminate when the hydraulic test switch is activated. In most phases of flight the pilot can deselect the test switch restoring the hydraulic system. Service experience however indicates that when in close proximity to the ground or at low speed pilots have not deselected the switch once selected. Eurocopter has addressed this issue as a product improvement recommending the installation of a hydraulic test push-button protection flap. Transport Canada has concluded that additional protection from inadvertent operation of the hydraulic test switch in flight is needed to reduce exposure to events leading to hydraulic system loss that can result in control difficulties.Corrective Actions: Install Hydraulic Test push-button protection flap on the Honeywell control unit in accordance with Eurocopter service bulletin No. 67.00.32 dated November 18, 2005, or later revisions approved by the Chief, Continuing Airworthiness, Transport Canada. Author: Steve Mullis
  • Registration• Who the owner is Author: Steve Mullis
  • Registration• Who the owner is• Owners address Author: Steve Mullis
  • Aircraft Information Mark: C-GHJP Common Name: SikorskyModel Name: S-76ASerial No: 760065Basis for Eligibility for Registration: Type Certificate - CAR Standard 507.02 (1), 507.03 (3) - H84Category: HelicopterMax take-off weight: 4763 kgsEngine: 2, Turbo Shaft24-bit address: 110000000101100000011110Regional Office: VancouverYear Imported: 1991Base of Operations: CANADA , British Columbia, RichmondManufacturer InformationManufacturer: Sikorsky Aircraft United TechnologyCountry of manufacture: U.S.A.Year of Manufacture: 1980Registration InformationType of Registration: CommercialOwner Registered Since: 2000-05-09Latest Certificate of Registration Issued: 2000-05-09Last Registered Owner InformationName: Helijet International IncAddress: 5911 Airport Road SouthCity: RichmondProvince/State: British ColumbiaPostal Code: V7B 1B5Country: CANADARegion: PacificMail Recipient: Yes Author: Steve Mullis
  • Maintenance Records• Retirement schedule – Based on Chapter 4 of the Maintenance Manual Author: Steve Mullis
  • Maintenance Records• Retirement schedule – Based on Chapter 4 of the Maintenance Manual – Three methods of tracking Author: Steve Mullis
  • Maintenance Records• Retirement schedule – Based on Chapter 4 of the Maintenance Manual – Three methods of tracking • Sheet • Card • Computer Author: Steve Mullis
  • Sheet Method• For single ship operators• Required information – Part number – Serial Number – Aircraft time when installed – Time on component when installed – Life limit of the part (i.e.. Hours, cycles, calendar) – Aircraft time for removal Author: Steve Mullis
  • Card Method• Same information as on the sheet• Each component has a card• All the cards form a retirement schedule Author: Steve Mullis
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  • Computer Method• Larger operators• Information from C.H.R.’s is transferred into a spreadsheet• Airframe times & cycles are enter and the “coming due” report is kept up to date Author: Steve Mullis
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  • Overhaul & Inspection Records• Found on C.H.R.’s• In conjunction with computer method Author: Steve Mullis
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  • Overhaul & Inspection Record Author: Steve Mullis
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  • Logbooks• General format• Specialized• Company specific Author: Steve Mullis
  • Logbook Information• Date• Air Time• T.T.S.N.• Description• Signature• License Number Author: Steve Mullis
  • Manufacturer’s Publications• Flight Manual• Maintenance Manuals• I.P.B.• Service Bulletins• Standard Practices• Component Overhaul Manuals• Structural Repair Manuals• Service Letters• Service Instructions Author: Steve Mullis
  • S.T.C.’s• Supplemental Type Certificates Author: Steve Mullis
  • S.T.C.’s• Supplemental Type Certificates – After market equipment Author: Steve Mullis
  • S.T.C.’s• Supplemental Type Certificates – After market equipment • Windows • Flight steps • Engines • Rotor Blades • Floats • Interior panels Author: Steve Mullis