EASA has issued airworthiness directive 2022-0045 for Airbus A350-1041s and -941s, amending aircraft flight manual performance database, effective March 30, 2022.
EASA has issued safety information bulletin 2022-02 regarding global navigation satellite system outage leading to navigation and surveillance degradation.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2022-06-10 for certain Boeing 777-200s and -300s, requiring installation of debris shields on the thrust reverser inner wall at the left and right sides of the lower bifurcation, inspection of the fan cowl doors for moisture ingression, repetitive functional checks of the hydraulic pump shutoff valves to ensure they close in response to the fire handle input, and corrective actions if necessary, effective April 15, 2022.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2022-06-16 for all Boeing 747-100s, -100Bs, -100B SUDs, -200Bs, -200Cs, -200Fs, -300s, -400s, -400Ds and -400Fs, revising limitations and operating procedures sections of the existing airplane flight manual to incorporate specific operating procedures for takeoff, instrument landing system approaches, non-precision approaches and go-around and missed approaches, when in the presence of 5G interference as identified by Notices to Air Missions, effective March 16, 2022.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2022-06-11 for certain Boeing 777-200s and -300s, requiring modifying the engine inlet to withstand fan blade failure event loads, effective April 15, 2022.
FAA has issued special airworthiness information bulletin AIR-22-06 warning of possible activation of the rupture disc assembly on evacuation systems having any rupture disc assembly with part number 14268-1.
Transport Canada has issued airworthiness bulletin CF-2022-11 for Airbus Canada A220-100s and -300s, requiring amending airplane flight manual by adding the new interim procedure and other actions, effective March 31, 2022.
A listing of airworthiness directives and bulletins from around the world.