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New CAA Mandatory Permit Directives

New CAA Mandatory Permit Directives

Two New Mandatory Permit Directives (MPDs)

The CAA has issued an EMPD (Emergency Mandatory Permit Directive) and a MPD (Emergency Mandatory Permit).


EMPD 2017-003 E (P&M Aviation - SB146 Hang Bolt Lanyard)

This defect alert has been updated to incorporate the latest EMPD 2017-003 E regarding a batch issue with P&M Aviation Hang Bolt Lanyard assemblies. The EMPD is in response to P&M Service Bulletin 146 where some hang bolt lanyards have found to be incorrectly manufactured. To see if your aircraft is affected and for full details click on the link below

#67 Defect Alert24-02-2017 –Hang Bolt Lanyard

http://www.bmaa.org/files/defect_alert__0067_-_p_m_aviation_sb146_-_hang_bolt_lanyard_swage.pdf

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the BMAA Technical Office or P&M Aviation (www.pmaviation.co.uk)


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MPD 2017-001 (Rotax Engine Cylinder Head – Inspection/Replacement/Reidentification)

This Mandatory Permit Directive relates to a Rotax bulletin issued in 2013 and BMAA SB 2612. To see if your aircraft is affected and for full details click on the link below:

#46 Information Notice24-02-2017 –MPD 2017-001

http://bmaa.org/files/46_inspectorate_notice_24-02-2017_-_mpd_2017-001.pdf

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the BMAA Technical Office or CFS Aero (www.cfsaero.com)




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