The purpose of this Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is to remind operators of their responsibility for continuing airworthiness
The purpose of this continuing Airworthiness Notice is to provide guidance regarding the assessment whether an engine qualifies for a time between overhaul extensions per the requirements in Lycoming SI 1009BC.
This CAN is prompted by a report of finding the wire rope core and two outer strands of the cable broken near the ball end termination on a Breeze Eastern hoist P/N BL-20200-431.
To advise operators and maintainers of cargo hook systems that compliance with manufacturer provided Instructions for Continuing Airworthiness (ICA) is required to ensure the hook system is kept in an airworthiness condition. This Continuing Airworthiness
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is prompted by a report received by the CAA of finding a measuring tape with two measuring scales printed on it. One scale is marked in mm, and a second scale marked in units of 1/33m, which was mistaken to be 1”
This (CAN) is prompted by a recent inadvertent load release during an external load operation due to a fractured conduit of the manual release cable. Prior to every external load operation the cargo hook manual release cable must be inspected for broken o
All tandem parachutes and tandem passenger harnesses.
Cessna 172N & Lycoming O-320-H2AD Crankshaft Bearings
All Cessna 100 and 200 series aircraft.
MS 21042 and NAS 1291 Series Nuts – Cracks due to Hydrogen Embrittlement
Service Bulletin Compliance
Suspected Unapproved Parts – M&M International Aerospace Metals
Cargo Hook Gimbal Failure