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.

Latest continuing airworthiness notices

This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is issued to advise Jabiru engine operators of the safety recommendations identified by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) with an investigation of a propeller loss on a Jabiru J430 aircraft in Austral

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.