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
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) alerts operators of affected helicopters of the importance of installing a guard fence between the forward two-place seat and the pilot seat to protect the collective control area from inadvertent damage and/or p
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is issued to bring attention to a recent airworthiness concern with the flaperon control system on an Avid C model Mk 4 aircraft. Other Avid aircraft variants fitted with flaperons, including early Kitfox aircraf
Tail Wheel Spring Attachment
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.
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is issued to bring attention to a recent airworthiness concern reported to the CAA. Several Cresco and FU24 aircraft were found to have incorrect aileron rigging.
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is prompted by reports received by the CAA of operators experiencing a loss of compression and engine power due to cracks found in a number of Lycoming parallel valve cylinders listed in the applicability section
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is prompted by the latest revision of Robinson Helicopter Company (RHC) R22 Service Bulletin SB-109A “Bladder Fuel Tank Retrofit” dated 15 January 2018. The intent of the CAN is to ensure that all operators/maint
This CAN is prompted by a report received by a New Zealand maintenance organization from Accurate Accessories of suspect bearings installed in certain PTGs which may not reach their TBO.
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) alerts operators of affected aircraft of the importance of attaching the shoulder harness to the lower bar of the seatback frame.
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) alerts operators that it is the responsibility of the pilot to ensure that a Robinson R22 series helicopter fitted with a Helipod NZ Limited spray system is operated within the weight and balance limitations spec
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) revised to introduce Lycoming MSB 632A, dated 23 July 2017, which clarifies the engine models affected, and the required actions.
MSB 632A provides instructions to identify connecting rods fitted with non-conform
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 CAN is issued to alert operators and maintainers of a recent failure of a tail rotor fork bolt P/N 369A1602-3 on a Hughes 369D helicopter. The bolt should be installed using the elongation method to ensure proper clamp-up of the tail rotor hub and fo
To advise aircraft operators and maintainers that the CAA has received a number of reports of finding cracked TRBs with P/N C029-1 and C029-2 on Robinson R44 series helicopters.
RHC SB-83 requires the introduction of a Special Pilot Caution into the AFM u
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is issued to advise of a recent uncontained failure of a 4th stage turbine wheel P/N 23055944 on a 250-C20R/2 engine installed on a MD520N helicopter. In the most current revision of Rolls-Royce CEB A-1400 (CEB A
This Continuing Airworthiness Notice (CAN) is prompted by two defect reports received by the CAA of finding failed idler gear posts. Both failures occurred on Lycoming IO-540-AE1A5 engines. The first reported idler gear post failure was found during a 100
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