August 2009 Edition
Falcon 50: Inspect For Cracked Rib in Baggage Compartment
During inspections of the Falcon 50 baggage door, Duncan Aviation technicians have found a formed rib to be cracked in the radius. During the next 2A+, make sure to conduct a thorough visual inspection of this area. Because the baggage door is part of the pressure vessel, it requires the manufacture to be notified... (read more).
Clearing The Air on ELTs
A Primer on RNP SAAAR
New Hawker Mandatory Service Bulletin
If you operate a Hawker 750, 800XP, 850XP or 900XP, please take note. Hawker Beechcraft Corporation recently released Mandatory Service Bulletin (MSB) 24-3968 titled Electrical Power-Introduction of In-Line Fuses... (read more).
King Air Autopilot Troubleshooting
Q&A: CFE738 Ugly Cabin Odor
"The crew aboard our F2000 has reported an ugly odor in the cabin on the last three or four flights during start, climb and descent. I’m having trouble isolating the source of this odor"... (read more).
PW Enhancement offers a lower ESP Rate For Falcon 2000EX Operators
Pratt & Whitney has recently notified Falcon 2000EX operators of ESP of a new service enhancement for their engines. This upgrade will allow operators who currently or wish to fly “on condition”... (read more).
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