Hi: Thanks God it was only an incident. Too many savvy aviation rules ignored. For instance, after Maintenance on Heavy Checks, a final check was use to be perform and SIGNED by a Certifying Technicians and an Inspector!, to be able to discover any introduced in the Check, error. Before first day’s ...Jump to post
... in case of “electric shock” on Log Book, take not risk and ask for involved boxes to be replace.. Every second , something come to mind, just write it down and make a resume after, it will help You to feel more confortable, because at the end, there are items You had checked some many times... ByeJump to post
Sorry, forget: Safety!!! Although it will be not a real circuit, ask for c/b or related c/b-s and ask for them to be pulled and signaled with your name, date and is space is available, your portable phone nbr. If it is a Power related system, ask for External Power cable to be removed and panel to b...Jump to post
Hi, I don’t know how are Delta test, but is You follow a safe way to do it as if You were actually providing maintenance: Form, looks, wear protection devices, ... And claim and use AMM FIM Schematics...You will pass. Don’t know about the boxes but I Would check boxes and connections for conditions,...Jump to post
Hi: Do not have first-hand knowledge, cause did not work on that, I studied CA from 1978-1984, at that time NLGS-2. (Airworthiness normative) were in force and had to be follow by Manufactures / Airlines. This Norm were issued by a Buró with same functions that western counterpart Safety Burós Inves...Jump to post
The jet is otherwise as reliable as it's western competitors. My comments disappear but he can make this claim? Pointing to a possible design flaw if reports of the crash are accurate is very relevant to a topic of people claiming it is reliable and safe. Not my claim nor my words, but those from m...Jump to post
Many components in Airbus and Boeing planes are also produced by various suppliers but it doesn't seems like they face that much of a problems. In some special situation like when there were large scale engine problem with A320neo that needs to be fixed before those aircraft can get back into servi...Jump to post
I’m sorry, but you can’t separate the challenge of obtaining parts from the aircraft. If something is broken and you can’t get parts, there is something wrong with your airplane. We can protect it all we want and say it’s a fantastic airplane, but more than one airline has proved it simply isn’t tr...Jump to post
Hello everyone, Thank you for your answers, I had the information. External power AC, only on the cabine BUS N°4 and the 115/400 pump. A handle in a floor trap, which controls a hydraulic valve Hi, (only for my experience on Dc10) Valve is located behind Cargo Control Panel outiside fuselaje.: In N...Jump to post
Hi, Three ways to open Pax Doors On DC-10 1. Electrical, after lock is moved to unlock, a micro “electrical powered” handle (in old version, with handle painted gray complete), activating handle, you remove latches and, after they are open, a micro powers door actuator, that open. 2. Pneumatic, when...Jump to post
It’s been nearly 30 years since my DC-8 days, but I am pretty sure you need AC (ground power) to operate the door pump. There was a manual way to “pump” the door up IIRC. The door can be pumped open, but there is an isolation valve in the system. I can’t remember if the valve is on the battery bus,...Jump to post
Sorry, more complete question: Does your company keep an update Engine Parameter Trend? If yes, does it take actions when any parameter go out tolerances? Rgs I do not have this information. However, the normal PSI of the V2500 engine is around 250. That is much higher than other engines. Even with...Jump to post
Hello: I had never dealt with a DC-8. I don’t know about similarities with DC10/ MD11 For these, to open any of the two main cargo door, You don’t need power, just a lot of Man Power., light will help to tell You when every On is on position to change to the next step, nothing more. Turn a manual dr...Jump to post
Kidboo, Good Morning. When looking for opinions, don’t pay attention to those that don’t know nothing about or even we’re not able to get a simple degree when all normal technician/pilots got it. Study will always turn You a better professional, and, even if You work in other field, will help You. I...Jump to post
Hi: Long time ago, at VRA, a B767 was pushed back by airport workers til a/c reach distance where to start engines and clear turn..
Pusher, and lo Russian “Belaz” (a T-34 Power plant) was out of service. After that, airport decided to keep 2 pusher “green”, Justin case.
BravoOne wrote:You can look up the Feinzinger Report and read how this debacle came to its final conclusion.
Gruß, masi1157[/quote] The noise I'm speaking of is after engines have started and aircraft is already taxing. Hi: Agree. An A-320 have only 2 engines and 3 Hydraulic system. There are 2 options to pressurize system Green and Yellow on ground a) both engine started and moving EMP b) On eng started, ...Jump to post
It's the geared turbo fan- you'll hear it on many A320 series planes as well. Hi: In A320, noise come from RMP or Reversible Motor Pump, an Emergency devices that were designed as an Emergency Hydraulic Pumps. They have mainly two identical parts, a motor and a pump. Noise come from hydraulic opera...Jump to post
From around 1965 to 1980, many ac were diverted to La Havana. Pax stayed on the Airport till a plane took them back. At that time, no US’s citizen were allowed to in in Cuba, even with a up to date passport
Hi: May You please tell us wich airplane use this system? May be a GA? As explained, must of planes have two side by side static pickup. And, even a third, located generally inside NLG bay, to avoid such interference. This third port may not be used when Landing Gear are selected up or down. Must co...Jump to post
Hi: As already answere, the correct selection is NO, beside all said, there are, at least 2 systems, , static pressure from Right side and from left side, communicate between them, BEFORE reaching Air Data Computers, so an equalized data I enter the computer were, another parameters from IRS etc are...Jump to post
The only noise you would hear is a pressurization leak. It could be a faulty pressurization seal or Miss adjusted door stop fittings. Did you report it to the crew? Effecting only one of the 4 O/W exits does indicate something is not right and should be addressed by maintenance. Greetings from main...Jump to post
I can't quite imagine how to reach the leakage with your wettened toilet paper. The leak will we between door and door frame structure, but you won't reach anything else but the door and door frame lining . As FA, they do it on a daily basis. Not so complicated, since Cabin Pressure will be higher ...Jump to post
Hello: It will be no easy task to have this questions answered. Back at my time, we made a graphic on a , and then calculated dimensions. I know is not exactly, but. For the thrust data try to contact RR. If not answered, a FLight Manual May help You. Again which good “imagination” Sorry I have not ...Jump to post
Next time, look for Toilet Paper’s roll, get it wet and place on top air leak. Sound will repeat after some 30 min, due paper become dry. Repeat procedure till land.
This procedure is not new, nor in AMM, is copyright from FA, who uses it for the same noise, when it comes from entry doors..
Hi, as mentioned, most probably a problem with isolation gasket around LH After Emergency door. This door is frequently open when a/c is in service, to improve ventilation, and when closed, no special checks are demanded. It may be also related to engine high pitch sound, that use to happen when som...Jump to post
Hi: Pax window are made of two panes The one that hold the difference of Pressure is the interior one. With a regular damage, like a bird impact, the exterior pane cracks, protecting the interior pane, who hold delta P till a/c land.. Pilots window differ from pax in material: pax’s are organic, to ...Jump to post
Hello, as DDR said, “the IL-62 has the built in pole”. It’s not difficult to design and “put” it on every plane, only this is a dead weight that You carried instead of cargo o pax. For I’ll-62M , all the pole and related mechanics, (2 ea electric motors, one for redundancy, gear box, controls , etc....Jump to post
Hi: Again it has much to do with company. When I worked with AOM/ AF, We have to shock a/c with 6ea items: 2ea in LH or RH nose landing gear's wheel LH LG, 1ea in front of wheel # 1 and 1ea on wheel # 5 (rear side) RH LG and another 2, also in front and rear of RH lg wheels # 4 and #8 Steering was a...Jump to post
Hi: Been a mechanical device, PTU make more noise as they get older. (Wich is not necessary related to a/c age, since item may be replaced at any moment for different reasons). And, again, PTU is considered an emergency item (Full Hydraulic Press Loss is a no-no for Airbus), so this is an imprescind...Jump to post
Hi, Back In time, a command to perform a Navdata Update was given from Supervisor, then You Check any PC with company intranet, were You will find latest air NAV revision. And download it to a blank Floppy Disk, received from Store Room and very controlled, by P/N and S/N I don’t know is memory’s ca...Jump to post
Did the Lan Chile 767-200ERs have enough range to fly from SCL to AKL? Perhaps if they were empty. :) I think the 767-200ER is limited to ETOPS-180/207 and that means it would need to take a far more northerly track to stay within range of alternates and that would significantly increase the total ...Jump to post
B787 will be certified for 330 minutes. (5 1/2hours). Not been a pilot, my calculation give me that plane will be always between 51/2 hours of Auckland or Santiago, been distance between them Around 11:00 (direct flight) As I understand, mayor concern is Jet lag. But, with higher humidity and cabin ...Jump to post
Hello, another misconception, bird fly at low altitude. We had a Martinair flight, Santiago de Chile to Miami , over the Andes, and when crossing mountains, it “encontered“ a CONDOR. Thanks god, it hit the a/c nose, so no engine damaged, no structural repair, just an AOG, waiting for a new Nose Cowl...Jump to post
Hi: As 747 said, Quotte [The data is tailored to the operator. ] Unquotte. Back in 1992?, our company decided to move Delegation to Sydney,for Olímpics Games and found that there was no route available in NAV for that, so it had to order special NAV data. Normally new navdata is charged only to one ...Jump to post
Hi: Flight Test, requerid by Mx are only due by a short list situations, listed on company’s GMM, like 50% of engine been changed Big incursion in Flight Control systems Ídem in pressurization System. In my experience, this flights are conducted with minimum Fligh Crew, instructors, with day light, ...Jump to post