The Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia has issued Airworthiness Bulletin 24-007 Issue 5 on electrical load analysis.
EASA has issued airworthiness directive 2017-0222 for ATR42-400s and -500s, amending time limits and maintenance checks, effective Nov. 24.
EASA has issued airworthiness directive 2017-0223 for ATR72s, amending time limits and maintenance checks, effective Nov. 24.
EASA has issued airworthiness directive 2017-0221 for ATR42-200s, -300s and 320s, amending time limits and maintenance checks, effective Nov. 24.
EASA has issued airworthiness directive 2017-0224 for Airbus A330s and A340s, requiring Inspection for fuel pump cavitation erosion, effective Nov. 17.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2017-23-01 for certain Bombardier DHC-8-400s, requiring inspections to determine if certain left and right main landing gear retract actuator rod ends were installed, repetitive liquid penetrant inspections of the affected actuator rod ends, and replacement of them if needed. This is effective Dec. 19.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2017-22-11 for certain Bombardier CL-600-2B16s, requiring revising the airplane flight manual to provide unreliable airspeed procedures to the flight crew to stabilize the airplane's airspeed and attitude for continued safe flight and landing, effective Dec. 20.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2017-22-14 for certain Rockwell Collins TSS-4100 traffic surveillance system processing units that incorporate TSSA-4100 field loadable software Rockwell Collins part numbers 810-0052-002/-003/-010/-011/-012/-100/-101 and are installed on airplanes, requiring installing the TSSA-4100 FLS upgrades on the TSS-4100 units, effective Dec. 20.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2017-23-02 for certain Boeing 737-200s, -200Cs, -300s, -400s and -500s, requiring repetitive inspections, replacement, and applicable on-condition actions for certain fuselage crown skin panels, effective Dec. 20.
A listing of airworthiness directive and bulletins from CASA, EASA and FAA.