Just a reminder that Dassault has just issued a new Service Advisory, FSA 50-50EX 51-00-03 dated 11-09-10 explaining a new “CPCP path of compliance” for the Falcon 50s. The goal of CPCP is to have the operator maintain his aircraft’s primary structure to a corrosion level 1 or better during the life of the aircraft. In summary a new Chapter 5-15 and revised 5-40 will be in a new Field revision scheduled to be released the first quarter of 2011. Once out, all CPCP tasks will be incorporated in these new documents and SB F50-460R1 and EASA AD F-2004-162 will be canceled.
For questions about this or other Falcon technical issues, contact your Duncan Aviation Falcon Tech Rep.
|Bornhorst, Kevin - Airframe Tech Rep - Battle Creek, MI (BTL). Aviation professional since 1982.
Direct: +1 269.969.8482
|Goertzen, Mark - Airframe Tech Rep - Lincoln, NE (LNK). Aviation professional since 1975.
Direct: +1 402.479.1511
|Grose, Ron - Airframe Tech Rep - Lincoln, NE (LNK). Aviation professional since 1974.
Direct: +1 402.479.1640
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