Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority has issued airworthiness bulletin 01-037, Issue 1, advising on suspected unapproved parts produced or sold by McPeck Aviation or Adam Peck for installation on FAA type-certificated products.
EASA has issued airworthiness directive 2022-0204 for Airbus A320 family, requiring inspection and replacement of main landing gear sliding tube, effective Oct. 14, 2022.
EASA has issued proposed airworthiness directive 22-131 for Saab 340Bs and 340As, requiring modification of flight control stall warning identification system, effective 14 days after airworthiness directive is issued.
EASA has cancelled airworthiness directive 2015-0081-CN for airbus A300-600s, 6000STs and A310s, which required identification and replacement of trimmable horizontal stabilizer actuator.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2022-19-15 for certain International Aero Engines PW1122G-JMs, PW1124G1-JMs, PW1124G-JMs, PW1127G1-JMs, PW1127GA-JMs, PW1127G-JMs, PW1129G-JMs, PW1130G-JMs, PW1133GA-JMs and PW1133G-JMs, requiring an ultrasonic inspection of the high-pressure turbine 1st-stage and 2nd-stage disks and, depending on the results, replacement of disks, effective Nov. 7, 2022.
FAA has issued airworthiness directive 2022-19-10 for certain Airbus A321-251Ns, -251NXs, -252NXs, -253Ns, -253NXs and -271NXs, requiring replacement of the quick release pin installed on the upper attachment of certain lavatories, effective Oct. 19, 2022.
Transport Canada has issued airworthiness directive CF-2022-54R1 for MHI RJ Aviation RJ 700s, 701s, 702s, 550s, 705s and 900s, requiring inspection of forward engine support frame fuselage station 1051.30, effective Oct. 18, 2022.
UK Civil Aviation Authority has issued airworthiness directive G-2022-0017 for Britten-Norman BN2s, requiring inspection of primary flight controls, effective Oct. 4, 2022.
A listing of airworthiness directives and bulletins from around the world.