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Nr 19-09 Airworthiness Directive Schedule Amendment - 26 Sep 2019 [PDF 1.9 MB]
List of Airworthiness Directives for last 27 months [PDF 163 KB]

Emergency Airworthiness Directives

Rotax 912 iSc2 Sport, 912 iSc3 Sport and Rotax 915 iSc3 A engines, all S/N fitted with fuel pump assemblies P/N 889696 (part of assembly P/N 889697), or P/N 889698 (part of assembly P/N 889699) with a S/N from 180500 through to 192699 inclusive.

AS 350 B3 helicopters, all serial numbers (s/n), if equipped with a SAFRAN Helicopter Engines (SAFRAN) ARRIEL 2D engine, having accumulated (on the effective date of this AD) less than 300 flight hours (FH) since first flight, and
EC 130 T2 helicopters, all s/n, having accumulated (on the effective date of this AD) less than 300 FH since first flight.

Bell 412, 412CF and 412EP helicopters fitted with an engine oil check valve P/N 209-062-520-001, or a fuel check valve P/N 209-062-607-001 manufactured by Circor Aerospace, marked “Circle Seal” and with a manufacturing date code of “10/11” (October 2011) through to “03/15” (March 2015), except a check valve marked “TQL” next to the manufacturing date code.

Model 369A, 369D, 369E, 369FF, 369H, 369HE, 369HM, 369HS, 500N and 600N helicopters, fitted with a main rotor blade (MRB) P/N 369A1100, 369D21100, 369D21102, 369D21120, 369D21121, 369D21123, 500P2100 or 500P2300, all dash numbers.

Rotax 912 iSc2 Sport, 912 iSc3 Sport and 915 iSc3 A engines, all S/N.

These engines are known to be installed on, but not limited to, various general aviation aeroplane types and models. The installation of these engines was either done by the respective aeroplane manufacturer, or through modification of the aircraft by Supplemental Type Certificate (STC).