Sun, May 30, 2004
Final Drive Rod 7/2004 DM
Applicability: All Model BN2, BN2A, BN2B, BN2T,
BN2T-4R, and BN2T-4S series Islander aircraft.
Requirement: Inspect the internal surface of
the elevator system final drive control rod in
accordance with B-N Group Service Bulletin SB 303 Issue 1.
Note: UK CAA Emergency AD
Compliance: Within 50 hours time in service or
one month after 2 June 2004, whichever occurs first. This
Airworthiness Directive becomes effective on 2 June 2004.
Background: The manufacturer has identified
several cases of corroded elevator final drive control rods. If not
corrected, corrosion of the internal surface could result in
failure or collapse of the rod, resulting in loss of control or
jamming of the elevator system.
Could The FAA Get ANY Stranger? Worse Yet... Will They? ANN RealTime News Update, 0001ET, 05.23.13: The FAA has twice promised ANN a statement this day in order to understand some >[...]
Building A New Future For The EAA... One Issue At A Time Originally WebCast 11.14.12: With only a couple of weeks in pocket, directing the reorganization of the EAA in the wake of >[...]
Subcommittee Chair Call Mars Mission A Congressional Priority The House Science Committee Subcommittee on Space held a hearing Tuesday to examine possible options for the next step>[...]
Third Such Restructuring In 10 Years Dassault Falcon has embarked on its third parts pricing overhaul in the past 10 years, assessing the cost of over 18,500 individual items. The >[...]
Chandelle Chandelle is meant to be a forum for original essays, reviews, photographs, and artwork related, however loosely, to the less familiar aspects of the history of aviation.>[...]