The Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia has issued airworthiness bulletin 02-062, issue 2, providing advice on use of approved model list supplemental type certificates to aircraft maintainers.
EASA has issued proposed airworthiness directive 19-003 for certain Airbus A340s, requiring modification and replacement of flight control primary computer, effective 14 days after airworthiness directive is issued.
EASA has issued airworthiness directive 2018-0137R1 for certain AIRBUS A320-family aircraft, requiring inspection of pylon aft fixed fairings, effective January 16, 2019.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2018-26-01 for all CFM56-7Bs, requiring initial and repetitive inspections of certain fan blades and, if they fail the inspection, their replacement with parts eligible for installation, and revising the compliance time for the initial inspections and installation prohibition based on the updated compliance time, effective January 10, 2019.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2018-23-12 for Zodiac Aero Evacuation Systems, correcting an earlier airworthiness directive on fusible plugs with the right email address for requesting service information specified in the preamble and regulatory text, effective December 28, 2018.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2018-26-03 for all Boeing 757-200s, requiring, for the captain's and first officer's seats, repetitive horizontal actuator identifications, repetitive checks of the horizontal movement system, a detailed inspection of the system and a general visual inspection to determine the seat part numbers of the captain's and first officer's seats, effective January 31, 2019.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2018-22-07 for all Engine Alliance GP7270s, GP7272s and GP7277s, requiring inspection of the stage 6 seal ring for correct installation, inspection of the high-pressure compressor stages 2-5 spool for cracks, replacement of the stages 2-5 spool if the stage 6 seal ring is incorrectly installed or if stages 2-5 spool is found cracked, effective January 11, 2019.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2018-25-08 for certain Airbus A319s, A320-211s,-212s, -214s, -231s, -232s and -233s, A321-111s, -112s, -131s, -211s, -212s, -213s, -231s and -232s, requiring repetitive inspections of the frame forks and modifying certain forward and aft cargo compartment doors, effective February 1, 2019.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2018-26-05 for certain Boeing 777s, requiring inspecting to determine the part numbers of the motor-operated valve actuators at the engine fuel shutoff spar valve positions, installing actuators having a certain acceptable part number or software if necessary, and revising the maintenance or inspection program to add a new airworthiness limitation, effective February 1, 2019.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2018-26-06 for all Boeing 737-600s, -700s, -700Cs, -800s, -900s, and -900ERs, requiring repetitive detailed inspections of the forward and aft main landing gear center door assembly attachments for loose, missing, damaged, or bottomed-out attachment bolts, and any wear to the retention clip assemblies as applicable, effective February 1, 2019.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2018-26-04 for certain Airbus A350-941s and -1041s, requiring revising the airplane flight manual to incorporate procedures related to an auxiliary power unit bleed leak, effective January 14, 2019.