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LMER/MMEL AS 350/EC130
SITUATION DES REVISIONS
REVISIONS STATUS
EASA CERTIFICATION

Ce manuel doit contenir la rvision normale


(RN) rfrence dans l'dition (EDIT)
considre.

This manual must contain the normal revision


(RN) listed under the relevant issue (EDIT).

MMEL
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DATE

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REVISION TO AIRCRAFT PUBLICATION : AS 350 - EC 130


PUBLICATION CONCERNED : MMEL
CUSTOMIZATION AIRCRAFT S/N :
Part

REVISION No.:

DATE CODE:

14-01

CERTIFICATION CODE:

- The outline of the revision is given below :


. Sections or supplements affected (added or modified),
. Major points of the revision.
- Check that pages in each section are those specified in the list of effective pages.
- Withdraw old and insert new pages affected by this revision.
- Return the acknowledgement card.
- This list of amended pages may be filed (apart from the manual).

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DESCRIPTION OF THE REVISION

ATA

Pages

MMEL EASA NR 5 issue 2 (Date code 14-01)


Replacement "EASA ACCEPTED" by "APPROVED" in the footer.

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First page in accordance with the JAA-MMEL Procedures manual.

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Up-date of the list of effective pages.

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Harmonisation and wording improvement.
All items "as required by the operational regulation" have now a repair
interval in accordance with the guidance given in CS-MMEL.
Minor text correction for title of column (1) ("SYSTEM" changes in
"SYSTEMS")
Addition of "if installed" for optional equipment items.
Item 2 and 3: addition of the operational procedure.
Item 4 and 5: addition of the maintenance procedure.
Item 7: addition of "backup" for the P2 valve.

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Item 8 shifted from page 3 to page 4.

Item 8: Replacement of "Cockpit Voice Recorder" by reserved.


The Cockpit Voice Recorder is not installed on AS350 / EC130.

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Item 1: "system" changes in "light".


Item 2: modification of the conditions of the exception, addition of the
maintenance procedure and the reference to the AMM / MET work card.
Item 5: addition of the maintenance procedure and the reference to the
AMM / MET work card.

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Item 2: "blocked" changes in "made unusable".
Item 4: addition of the maintenance procedure and the reference to the
AMM / MET work card.

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AMM / MET work card.
Item 1: Addition of a maintenance procedure.

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Item 3: correction to treat the case of adjustable landing light failure.


Number installed and number required are modified.
Item 4: minor text correction "flight deck" changes in "instrument panel"

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Item 3 : Replacement of "Fuel booster pump" by reserved.


The fuel booster pump is removed because it shall be used in "FUEL P"
emergency procedure (Section 3 of the RFM)
Item 2: addition of the maintenance procedure and the reference to the
AMM / MET work card

Item 6: minor corrections of text and rectification interval updated

Item 7: the rectification interval becomes D in accordance with the


guidance given in CS-MMEL.
Item 10: Replacement by reserved (which was the same as the
Item 9).
Text shifted from page 3.

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Item 12: add "if installed" at "AS350 All models".


Item 18: a) deletion of "by use of..." and addition of the maintenance
procedure. Text shifted from page 4.

Item 1, proviso b): wording improvement.

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Item 1: Addition of a proviso: a) The rotor brake lever remains in


released position
Addition of (O), modification of the conditions of the exception, addition
of an operational and a maintenance procedure and the reference to the
AMM / MET work card.
Item 2: deletion of a condition of exception. Addition of maintenance
procedure and the reference to the AMM / MET work card.

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Item 1: deletion of a condition of exception and addition of the reference


to the AMM / MET work card.

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Item 1: Wording improvement (proviso d).


Item 2: addition of the operational procedure and deletion of word
"digital" to avoid any doubt. Wording improvement (proviso b).

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MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT


LIST

"All models":

AS 350 and EC 130

Applies to all models names starting by "AS350" or "EC130"

"EC130":

Applies to all models names starting by "EC130"

"AS350 all models":

Applies to all models names starting by "AS350"

This Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) is approved by the European


Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) under the EASA type certificate No.R.008 as
part of the Operational Suitability Data (OSD) as per EU Regulation
No. 748/2012 as amended by EU Regulation No 69/2014.

Correspondence concerning this document should be addressed to the offices listed below:
EASA
ROTORCRAFT DEPARTMENT
Medium rotorcraft section
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
Postfach 10 12 53,
D-50452 Kln,
Germany

APPROVED
A

Airbus Helicopters
DIRECTION TECHNIQUE SUPPORT
Aroport international
Marseille-Provence
13725 Marignane Cedex
France

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LIST OF APPROVED MMEL SUPPLEMENTS


The following supplements covering a variant linked to design modifications must be
used in conjunction with the standard MMEL.
Supplements not used may be withdrawn from this MMEL.

SUPPLEMENTS
SUP.

APPROVED

Applicability

RN N. / Issue

Date code

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Reason of the SUP.

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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES - EASA CERTIFICATION


(1) AIRWORTHINESS EFFECTIVITY:
Without indication ............... Applicable to all aircraft.

A ...................................... Specific to EASA.

(2) VARIANT OF STANDARD DEFINITION EFFECTIVITY:


Without indication ............... Applicable to all aircraft.
XXX ................................... Specific to aircraft equipped with XXX.

APPROVED
A

ATA

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LOG OF EASA APPROVED NORMAL REVISIONS


NORMAL REVISION 0 Issue 2 date code (09-44)
Title
Revised
information
Deleted
information

OEB catch-up process based on NORMAL REVISION 2 Issue 1 date code


05-27 DGAC MMEL (approved on November 10, 2005), so as to generate an
EASA Accepted MMEL.
All ATA except ATA 52, and ATA 26, 35, 65 & 77 added.
ATA 29

NORMAL REVISION 1 Issue 2 date code (10-27)


Title
Revised
information
Deleted
information

Revised
information

Deleted
or
more
restricting
information

APPROVED
A

EASA accepted
on November 5, 2010

Combination of the EC 130 B4 with the AS 350 MMEL in order to have one
common EASA Accepted MMEL for the same type of aircraft.
All (add of EC 130 B4).
None

NORMAL REVISION 2 Issue 2 date code (10-51)


Title

EASA accepted
on May 12, 2010

EASA accepted
on December 10, 2010

Minor layout modification, and addition of precision about aircraft applicability


- Replacement of "As required" by "As required by the operational regulations".
- Replacement of "NUMBER REQUIRED FOR FLIGHT" by "NUMBER
REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH".
- Replacement of "AS350 only" by "AS350 All models".
- Item 28-1: Deletion of symbol (O), and addition of "c)" for flight duration.
- Item 28-2: Deletion of symbol (O), addition of "c)" for flight duration and
addition of "("COMB") for warning light in French.
- Item 30-2: Deletion of symbol (O).
- Item 33-4: Deletion of symbol (O).
- Item 33-9: Deletion of symbol (O), and modification of the remark.
- Item 52-1: Deletion of symbol (O), addition of "doors" and change of "had" by
"has" in the sentence.
- Item 63-1: Deletion of symbol (O), addition of maintenance action in point
"b)".

None

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NORMAL REVISION 3 Issue 2 date code (11-20)


Title

Revised
information

EASA accepted
on December 12, 2011

Integration of less restrictive information.


- Item 22-3: Modification of the column remarks : "May be inoperative for VFR
flight".
- Item 28-5: Modification of rectification interval for Fuel flow meter.
- Item 33-9: Ajout du symbole "(O)"
- Item 34-7: Modification to act according to JAR-OPS 3

Deleted
or
more
restricting
information

None

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Title

Revised
information

Deleted
or
more
restricting
information

APPROVED
A

EASA accepted
on September 27, 2012

Integration of the new version EC130 T2 and associated items.


- All pages: Modification of the aircraft version "EC130B4" by "EC130".
- Page 00.00.00.P5 page 1: Update of the liste of effective pages.
- Page 00.00.00.P6 page 1: Update of the liste of effective revisions.
- Page 00.00.00.P6 page 2: Update of the contents.
- Page 00.00.00.P6 page 5: Update of the liste of " Aircraft applicability ".
- Item 18-1: Addition of new item about AVCS (Active Vibration Control
system). Specific to EC130 T2.
- Item 21-1: Modification of wording for clarification.
- Item 21-2: Modification of wording for clarification.
- Item 21-3: Modification of wording for clarification.
- Item 21-6: Addition of new item. Specific to EC130 T2.
- Item 21-7: Addition of new item. Specific to EC130 T2.
- Item 23-4: Modification of wording for clarification.
- Page 72.00.00 page1: Addition of a new page for Item 72-1about EDR
(Engine Data Recorder). Specific for aircraft equipped
with the Arriel 2D engine
None

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Title
Revised
information
Deleted
or
more
restricting
information

APPROVED
A

EASA approved
Letter No. 10056308
on January 26, 2016

Integration of the references to the maintenance work cards and minor


corrections.
All pages
ATA 23 item 8 "Cockpit Voice Recorder" is removed (not installed).
ATA 28 item 3 "Fuel booster pump" is removed because it shall be used in
FUEL P emergency procedure of the FLM section 3.
ATA 34 item 10 is removed (deletion of duplicated information).

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CONTENTS

DESIGNATION

N ATA.100

PRELIMINARY NOTES

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VIBRATION AND NOISE ANALYSIS

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AIR CONDITIONING

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AUTO FLIGHT (AS 350 only)

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COMMUNICATIONS

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ELECTRICAL POWER

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EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS

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FIRE PROTECTION

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FUEL SYSTEM

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ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION

30.00.00

INDICATING AND RECORDING SYSTEMS

31.00.00

LIGHTS

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NAVIGATION

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OXYGEN

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DOORS

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MAIN ROTOR

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MAIN ROTOR DRIVE

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TAIL ROTOR DRIVE

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POWER PLANT

71.00.00

ENGINE

72.00.00

ENGINE INDICATING

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PRELIMINARY NOTES

1 PREAMBLE
1.1 Introduction
The following is applicable for operators under European air operations regulations.
Paragraph 1.c.2 of Annex I to Article 5 (Essential requirements for airworthiness) of
Regulation (EC) No. 216/2008 (the Basic Regulations) requires that all equipment
installed on an aircraft required for type certification or by operating rules shall be
operative.
However, paragraph 2.a.3 of Annex IV to Article 8 (Essential requirements for air
operations) of the Basic Regulations also allows the use of a Minimum Equipment List
(MEL) where compliance with certain equipment requirements is not necessary in the
interests of safety under all operating conditions.
Experience has shown that with the various levels of redundancy designed into
aircraft, operation of every system or of all installed items may not be necessary when
the remaining operative equipment can provide an acceptable level of safety.

1.2 Purpose and limitations


This Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) is developed by Airbus Helicopters
and approved by EASA to improve aircraft use and thereby providing more
convenient and economic air transportation for the public.
This MMEL includes those items related to airworthiness and IR-OPS and other items
the EASA finds may be inoperative and yet maintain an acceptable level of safety by
appropriate conditions and limitations; it does not contain obviously required items
such as blades and rotors.
In order to maintain an acceptable level of safety, the MMEL establishes limitations
on the duration of and conditions for operation with inoperative items.
Unless specifically allowed by this MMEL, an inoperative item may not be removed
from the aircraft.

1.3 Utilization
The MMEL is the basis for the development of an individual operators MELs which
take into consideration the operators particular aircraft equipment configuration and
operational conditions.
All items related to the airworthiness and the operational regulations of the aircraft not
listed on the MMEL shall be operative.
Airworthiness Directives supersedes the content of this MMEL.
When an item is discovered to be inoperative, it is reported by making an entry in the
continuing airworthiness record system or the operators technical log, as applicable.
Following sufficient fault identification, the item is then either rectified or deferred
following the MEL or other approved means of compliance acceptable to the
competent authority and the Agency prior to further operation. MEL conditions and
limitations do not relieve the operator from determining that the aircraft is in a
condition for safe operation with items inoperative.

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Prior to operation with any item inoperative, acceptance by the crew is required in
accordance with the continuing airworthiness management procedures.
When developing the MEL, compliance with the stated intent of the preamble,
definitions and the conditions and limitations specified in this MMEL is
required.
Multiple inoperative items
Operators are responsible for exercising the necessary operational control to ensure
that an acceptable level of safety is maintained. The exposure to additional failures
during continued operation with inoperative systems or components must also be
considered.
This MMEL takes into account multiple inoperative items. However, it is unlikely that
all possible combinations of this nature have been accounted for. Therefore, when
operating with multiple inoperative items, the inter-relationships between those items
and the effect on aircraft operation and crew workload shall be considered.
Rectification interval extension
This MMEL has been evaluated taking into account a one-time extension of the
rectification intervals of categories B, C and D.

2 DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATORY NOTES


Rotorcraft Flight Manual means the document required for type certification and
approved by EASA.
Alternate procedures are established and used or similar statement, means that
alternate procedures (if applicable), to the affected process, must be drawn up by
the operator.
Any in excess of those required by regulations means that the listed item is
required by applicable legislation (or the applicable airspace requirements) and
must be operative, only excess items may be inoperative.
When the item is not required, it may be inoperative for the time specified by its
rectification interval category.
As required by applicable regulations means that the listed item of equipment is
subject to certain provisions (restrictive or permissive) expressed in the applicable
legislation (European air operations regulations, Single European Sky legislation or
the applicable airspace requirements).
When the equipment is not required, it may be inoperative for the time specified by
its rectification interval category.
Calendar Day means a 24-hour period from midnight to midnight based on either
UTC or local time, as selected by the operator. All calendar days are considered to
run consecutively.
Commencement of flight is the point when an aircraft begins to move under its own
power for the purpose of preparing for take-off.

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Considered Inoperative, as used in the dispatch conditions, means that the item
must be treated for dispatch, taxiing and flight purposes as though it were
inoperative. The item shall not be used or operated until the original deferred item
is repaired.
Additional actions include:
- documenting the item on the dispatch release (if applicable), placarding, and
- complying with all remarks, exceptions, and related MMEL provisions, including
any (M) and (O) procedures and observing the rectification interval.
Daylight means the period between the beginning of morning civil twilight and the
end of evening civil twilight relevant to the local aeronautical airspace; or such
other period, as may be prescribed by the appropriate authority.
Day of discovery means the calendar day that a malfunction was recorded in the
aircraft maintenance record/log book.
Deactivated and secured means that the specified item must be put into an
acceptable condition for safe flight.
Flight, for the purposes of this MMEL, means the period of time between the
moment helicopters rotor start turning, until the moment the helicopter finally
comes to rest at the end of the flight and rotor is stopped.
Item means component, instrument, equipment, system or function.
Icing Conditions means an atmospheric environment that may cause ice to form on
the aircraft or in the engine(s) as defined in the RFM.
If installed means that the item is either optional or is not required to be installed.
Inoperative means that the item does not accomplish its intended purpose or is not
consistently functioning within its approved operating limits or tolerances.
Is not used in the provisos, remarks or exceptions for an MMEL item may specify
that another item relieved in the MMEL is not used. In such cases, crew members
should not activate, actuate, or otherwise utilize that item under normal operations.
It is not necessary for the operators to accomplish the (M) procedures associated
with the item.
However, operations-related provisions, (O) procedures and rectification interval
must be complied with. An additional placard must be affixed, to the extent
practical, adjacent to the control or indicator for the item that is not used, to inform
crew members that an item is not to be used under normal operations.
Intended Route corresponds to any point on the route including diversions to reach
alternate aerodromes required to be selected by the operational rules.
It is not reasonably practical to repair or replace before commencement of the
flight
The intention of this proviso is that the aircraft may be dispatched if there are
inadequate available spares or if there are no qualified and authorized personnel
on base to perform the task. The definition is not dependent on whether there is
enough time available to complete the task before the next flight. If the aircraft is at
a maintenance base or any other airport but the spare(s) or manpower is not
available, then the aircraft may be dispatched. As soon as the aircraft lands at an
airport where the spares are available and there are qualified and authorized
personnel on base, the defect must be rectified.

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(M) indicates a requirement for a specific maintenance procedure which must be


accomplished. Normally these procedures are accomplished by maintenance
personnel using Work cards from the Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM).
The simple maintenance procedures not involving an AMM work card are
described directly in column 5.
Master Minimum Equipment List means a document approved by EASA that
establishes the aircraft equipment allowed to be inoperative under conditions
specified therein for a specific type of aircraft.
Note provides additional information for flight crew or maintenance consideration.
A dash indicates a variable number of the equipment items either installed (column
(3) "Number Installed") or required (column (4) "Number required for dispatch"), or
not applicable.
Number Installed is the number of items normally installed in the aircraft. This
number represents the aircraft configuration considered in developing this MMEL.
Should the number be variable (e.g. passenger cabin items), or not applicable, a
number is not required; a is then inserted.
Number required for dispatch is the minimum number of items required for
operation provided the conditions specified are met. Should the number be
variable (e.g. passenger cabin items) or not applicable, a number is not required; a
- is then inserted.
(O) indicates a requirement for a specific operational procedure which must be
accomplished in planning for and/or operating with the listed item inoperative.
Placarding: Each inoperative item must be placarded.
NOTE: To the extent practical, placards should be located adjacent to the control
or indicator for the item affected.
Rectification intervals: Inoperative items or components must be rectified at or prior
to the rectification intervals established (column (2)) by the following letter
designators:
Category A:
No standard interval is specified; however, items in this category shall be rectified
in accordance with the conditions stated in the MMEL.
a) Where a time period is specified in calendar days or flight days, the interval
excludes the day of discovery.
b) Where a time period is specified other than in calendar days or flight days, it
shall start at the point when the anomaly is recorded.
Category B:
Items in this category shall be rectified within three (3) calendar days, excluding
the day of discovery.
Category C:
Items in this category shall be rectified within ten (10) calendar days, excluding the
day of discovery.
Category D:
Items in this category shall be rectified within one hundred and twenty (120)
calendar days, excluding the day of discovery.

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Remarks or Exceptions include statements either prohibiting or allowing operation


with a specific number of items inoperative, provisos (conditions and limitations),
notes, (M) and/or (O) symbols, as appropriate for such operation.
Visible Moisture means atmospheric environment containing water in any form that
can be seen in natural or artificial light; for example, clouds, fog, rain, sleet, hail, or
snow.
VFR means flight performed according to visual flight rules.
VMC means flight performed according to visual meteorological conditions.
IFR means flight performed according to instrument flight rules.
IMC means flight performed according to instrument meteorological conditions.

PRESENTATION

IMPORTANT NOTE

A possible consequence of the equipment failure may be a caution message or a


caution light, raised by avionics. When practical, such consequences are included
in the list of items for information purposes only.

(1) SYSTEM AND SEQUENCE


NUMBERS

(2) RECTIFICATION INTERVAL


(3) NUMBER INSTALLED
(4) NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
(5) REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

ITEM
ATA-number-ref

Equipment

RI

Consequences:
(possibly and
for information purposes only)

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DISPATCH CONDITIONS.
Different conditions may be required for
operations:
- when they have a cumulative effect; they
are indicated as follows:
a), b), c) .
- When they are exclusive, they are listed as
follows: - or - or -

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4 MMEL MANAGEMENT
4.1 Definitions
Variant of standard definition and Certification specificities
The "standard" MMEL corresponds to the definition of the basic version and
constitutes the reference for certification.
The "variant" MMEL corresponds to a Type design definition that includes
modifications modifying the standard TC.
Information concerning either a variant of standard definition or specific non-EASA
certification requirements may necessitate adapting the information of the EASA
MMEL on certain items within some ATA chapters. In these cases, specificities are
covered by SUPPLEMENTS for variants of standard definition and by APPENDIX for
specific certification requirements for foreign authorities
A SUPPLEMENT or APPENDIX is a MMEL covering any differences relative to the
Standard aircraft MMEL information, for each affected ATA, by supplementing or
modifying standard MMEL affected items only.
The SUPPLEMENT or APPENDIX is updated as a stand-alone document.
List of effective pages and applicability
The list of effective pages (P5) identifies, for each ATA, all the pages making up the
MMEL. The list of effective pages is supplemented by a log of Normal Revisions.

4.2 Guidance in the use of supplements and appendices


4.2.1 Applicability
Supplements cover a variant of standard definition linked to design
modifications.
Appendices cover specific certification requirements of foreign Authorities.
Supplements and appendices must be used in conjunction with the standard
EASA MMEL.
The applicability (variant of standard definition or foreign Authority) is clearly
mentioned in the relevant Supplement or appendix.
In case of an appendix made due to specific certification requirements of a
foreign Authority, it is applicable for the aircraft which operate under this specific
Certification jurisdiction.
List of MMEL Supplements
The complete list of applicable Supplements is given in ATA 00.00.00.P2.

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4.2.2 MMEL management with supplements and appendices


A supplement or an appendix defines the differences relative to the standard
MMEL recommended by EASA for the aircraft type, by identifying the
differences at the latest revision.
The information presented in the standard EASA MMEL remains applicable
except where superseded by an item in the supplement or in the appendix.
NOTE: Items within the supplement or appendix will use the same reference
number as the corresponding item in the standard EASA MMEL.
Where an item in the supplement or appendix does not appear in the
standard MMEL, the number of this item will be preceded by "S" (for
Supplementary) and the sequential reference will commence from "1"
(e.g. S.1 would be the first specific item added in the affected ATA).
Such items will be placed at the end of the related ATA chapter.
A supplement or appendix must always be based upon a defined Normal
Revision of the EASA MMEL with the date-code clearly mentioned. Additional
MMEL alleviation provided by later issues of the standard EASA MMEL must
not be used until this supplement or appendix has been updated to confirm that
issue as the base document.

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18 VIBRATION AND NOISE


ANALYSIS
1. Active Vibration Control
System (AVCS).
(EC130 T2 only)
(1) Accelerometers (ACC).

(O) One or more may be inoperative.


Operational procedure:
The system must be deactivated by
setting [AVCS] pushbutton to OFF
position.

(2) Actuators (AVCA).

(O) One or more may be inoperative.


Operational procedure:
The system must be deactivated by
setting [AVCS] pushbutton to OFF
position.

(3) Controller and power


amplifier (AVCCPA).

May be inoperative provided:


[AVCS] pushbutton is set to OFF position.

(4) Maintenance box.

May be inoperative.

(5) Pushbutton (on console).

(M) May be inoperative provided that the


system is deactivated.
Maintenance procedure:
The "AVCS" breakers located on the
31/32 breaker panel in the cargo
compartment must be set to off position.

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18 VIBRATION AND NOISE


ANALYSIS (cont'd)
(6) OFF indicator light (on
pushbutton).

(7) FAIL indicator light (on


pushbutton).

APPROVED

(O) May be inoperative.


Operational procedure:
The system must be deactivated by
setting [AVCS] pushbutton to OFF
position.

May be inoperative.

May be inoperative.

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21 AIR CONDITIONING
1. Cabin-Cockpit dynamic
ventilation circuits.
(AS350 All models)

One circuit (Either Cockpit front


ventilation or cabin overhead ventilation)
may be inoperative provided the other
dynamic ventilation circuit is operative.

2. Heating circuit
(EC130T2 refer to the NOTE
of item 7).

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Heating control valve is jammed in
closed position,
b) Demisting is operative.
Operational procedure:
Close the heating P2 manual valve.
Open the bad weather window if
necessary.

3. Demisting circuit
(EC130T2 refer to the NOTE
of item 7).

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Demisting control valve is jammed in
closed position,
b) No visible moisture, and
OAT above +5C (41F),
c) According to the mission foreseen, the
known meteorological conditions do
not require its use.
Operational procedure:
Close the demisting P2 manual valve.
Open the bad weather window if
necessary.

4. Mechanical Ventilation and air


conditioning system.
(EC130 B4 only, if installed)

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Ventilation is used as dynamic
ventilation if necessary.
b) System is deactivated and secured.
Maintenance procedure:
Inhibit and secure the air conditioning
system: open circuit breaker or remove
fuse of ventilator.

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21 AIR CONDITIONING
(cont'd)
5. Air conditioning system
(AS350 All models, if installed)

(M) May be inoperative provided system


is deactivated and secured.
Maintenance procedure:
Inhibit and secure the air conditioning
system: open circuit breaker or remove
fuses.

6. Cabin-Cockpit dynamic
ventilation circuits.
(EC130 T2 only)
(Refer to the NOTE item 7).
(1) Cabin circuit
(2) Cockpit circuit
7. Environmental Control
System (ECS).
(EC130 T2 only, if installed)

May be inoperative.

May be inoperative.

(O) The aircraft may be dispatched when


ECS control panel message HE is
displayed or no message displayed
"
" provided:
(a) No visible moisture, and
OAT above +5C (41F),
(b) According to the mission foreseen,
the known meteorological conditions
do not require its use for heating and
for demisting.
Operational procedure:
Close the backup P2 manual valve.
Open the bad weather window if
necessary.

NOTE
When installed the item 7
replaces items 2, 3 and 6.

NOTE
Loss of heating, demisting may be
inoperative or degraded.

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21 AIR CONDITIONING
(cont'd)
7. Environmental Control
System (ECS) (cont'd).

(5) REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) The aircraft may be dispatched when


ECS control panel message - - or
F1 is displayed provided:
(a) No visible moisture, and OAT
above +5C (41F),
(b) According to the mission foreseen,
the known meteorological conditions
do not require its use for heating and
for demisting.
Operational procedure:
Open the bad weather window if
necessary.
NOTE
Loss of heating and demisting.

The aircraft may be dispatched when


ECS control panel message EE is
displayed provided:
(a) According to the mission foreseen,
the known meteorological conditions
do not require its use for heating.
NOTE
Loss of heating, demisting remains
operational.

The aircraft may be dispatched when


ECS control panel message CO or C2
or PO or F2 is displayed.
NOTE
Demisting and heating remain
operational.

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21 AIR CONDITIONING
(cont'd)
8. P2 OVHT caution light on the
CWP.

(5) REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

(O) May be inoperative provided:


(a) No visible moisture, and OAT
above +5C (41F),
(b) According to the mission foreseen,
the known meteorological conditions
do not require its use for heating
and demisting.
Operational procedure:
Close the P2 manual valve. Open the
bad weather window if necessary.
NOTE
Loss of heating, demisting may be
inoperative or degraded.

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22 AUTO FLIGHT
(AS 350 models only)
1. Yaw SAS
(If installed)

May be inoperative for VFR flight.

2. Pitch/Roll SAS
(If installed)

May be inoperative for VFR flight.

3. AFCS
(If installed)

May be inoperative for VFR flight.

4. Navigation data base


(If installed)

As
required
regulations.

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23 COMMUNICATIONS
1. Radio communication system
(VHF, HF, UHF, FM, etc)

As
required
regulations.

2. Flight crew interphone system


(Cockpit ICS)

May be inoperative for single pilot


operations only.

3. External loud speaker


(If installed)

May be inoperative provided procedures


do not require its use.

4. Headset

Any in excess of those required by the


flight manual (Section 2) and by the
operational
regulations
may
be
inoperative.

5. Audio selector panel

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

6. Public Address system (PA)

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

7. Crew member interphone


system.
(Flight crew to cabin/ground,
cabin/ground to flight crew &
cabin to cabin, alerting system
& handset)

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

8. Reserved

9. Reserved

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24 ELECTRICAL POWER
1. Generator caution light

May be inoperative
ammeter is operative.

provided

the

2. Battery

(M) The
main
battery
may
be
inoperative provided:
a) Cold weather starting battery kit
(item 24.5) is installed and operative,
b) The batteries are interchanged,
c) Inoperative battery connector is
disconnected and stowed.
Maintenance procedure:
Put the operational battery in position of
main battery (permutation) and the
feeder (+) of the optional battery (out of
order) on the rest position.
Refer to AMM, Work card
No. 05-50-01, 6-1 or MET No. 05-53-01-601
according to version.

3. A.C. Voltage indication

May be inoperative.

4. A.C. Inverters
(AS350 All models, if installed)

May be inoperative for VFR flight except


single pilot operations at night.

5. Cold weather starting battery


kit (if installed)

(M) May be inoperative provided the kit


battery is disconnected and electrical
cables are secured.
Maintenance procedure:
Disconnect the battery and stow the
feeder (+) on the rest position.
Refer to AMM, Work card
No. 05-50-01, 6-1 or MET No. 05-53-01-601
according to version.

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25 EQUIPMENT AND
FURNISHINGS
1. Crew member
shoulder harness

One may be inoperative or missing


provided the affected seat is not required
and not used.

2. Passenger seat belt or


shoulder harness

May be inoperative provided the seat is


made
unusable
and
placarded:
"DO NOT OCCUPY".

3. Cargo sling load indicator


(If installed)

May be inoperative provided another


accurate means of weighing the slung
loads is available.

4. Hoist system
(AS350 All models, if installed)

(M) May be inoperative provided system


is deactivated and secured.
Maintenance procedure:
Deactivate and secure the hoist.
Refer to AMM, Work card
No. 05-50-01, 6-1 or MET No. 05-53-01-601
according to version.

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25 EQUIPMENT AND
FURNISHINGS (cont'd)
5. EMS equipment
D
(AS350 All models, if installed)

(M) May be inoperative provided


installation is removed or secured.
Maintenance procedure:
Remove or
concerned.

secure

the

equipment

Refer to AMM, Work card


No. 05-50-01, 6-1 or MET No. 05-53-01-601
according to version.

6. Emergency Locator
Transmitter (ELT)

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

7. Emergency floatation
equipment (if installed)

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

8. Forward Looking Infra Red


D
(FLIR)
(AS350 All models, if installed)

May be inoperative provided procedures


do not require its use.

9. Torches

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

10. Automatically Deployable


Emergency Locator
Transmitter (ADELT)
(if installed)

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

11. Life-rafts and survival ELT(s)


for extended Overwater flights
(if installed)

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

12. Survival equipment

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

13. First aid kit

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

14. Lifejackets

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

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26 FIRE PROTECTION
1. Portable fire extinguisher

APPROVED

AS 350 - EC 130

(M) Any in excess of those required may


be inoperative or missing provided:
a) The inoperative fire extinguisher is
placarded inoperative, removed from
installed location and placed out of
sight so it cannot be mistaken for a
functional unit,
b) Required distribution is maintained.
Maintenance procedure:
Identified the inoperative extinguisher
and placed it out of sight of the crew or
the passengers.

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28 FUEL SYSTEM
1. Fuel content indication

May be inoperative provided:


a) The low fuel level warning light
(Item 2) is operative,
b) The aircraft does takeoff with the
maximum quantity of fuel.
c) Flight duration not more than
1 hour 50 min.

2. Low fuel level warning light


FUEL" ("COMB")

May be inoperative provided:


a) The fuel content indication (Item 1) is
operative,
b) The aircraft does takeoff with the
maximum quantity of fuel.
c) Flight duration not more than
1 hour 50 min.

3. Reserved

4. Fuel flow meter


(If installed)

May be inoperative.

5. Ferry tank system


(AS350 All models, if installed)

May be inoperative provided flight not


predicated upon use of system.

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30 ICE AND RAIN


PROTECTION
1. Pitot heating system

May be inoperative for VFR


provided:
a) OAT > +5C (41F),
b) There is no visible moisture.

flight

2. Pitot head heating warning


light "PITOT"

(M) May be inoperative for VFR flight


provided heater is verified to be
operative prior to each flight.
Maintenance procedure:
Before each flight, check the Pitot
heating.

Refer to AMM, Work card


No. 05-50-01, 6-1 or MET No. 05-53-01-601
according to version.

OR
inoperative

May be
for VFR
provided:
a) OAT > +5C (41F),
b) There is no visible moisture.

3. Windshield wiper system


(AS350 All models, if installed)

As
required
regulations.

4. Anti-ice airframe fuel filter


warning light

May be inoperative provided known and


forecast conditions for flight are:
- OAT > +5C (41F).

APPROVED

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by

the

flight

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31 INDICATING AND
RECORDING SYSTEMS
1. Clocks

As
required
regulations.

by

2. Hour meter
(If installed)

May be inoperative provided procedures


do not require its use.

3. Flight data recorder


(If installed)

As
required
regulations.

4. Usage monitoring system


(HUMS)
(AS350 All models, if installed)

May be inoperative.

5. VEMD screens
(EC 130, AS 350 B3 and B2
VEMD only)

(O) One may be inoperative provided the


Flight Manual Section 3 procedure
VEMD screens failure is respected.

by

the

the

operational

operational

Operational procedure:
Respect the procedure VEMD screen
failure Section 3 of the Flight manual

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33 LIGHTS
1. Navigation/position lights

One or more may be inoperative for


daytime VMC operations.

2. Anti-collision lights
(a) Daylight operations

May be inoperative,
OR
Any in excess of one may be inoperative.

Any in excess of one may be inoperative.

3. Landing light

May be inoperative provided an


adjustable landing light is installed and
operative,
OR
May be inoperative for day operations
only.

4. Cockpit / instrument panel /


flight compartment lighting
and
Instrument lighting system

One or more may be inoperative for day


operations,
OR
Individual lights may be inoperative
provided:
a) Sufficient lighting is operative to make
each required instrument, control,
and other device for which it is
provided easily readable,
b) Sufficient flight deck emergency
lighting is operative,
c) Lighting configuration at dispatch is
acceptable to the flight crew,

(b) Night operations

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OR
Co-pilot station instrument lights may be
inoperative for single pilot operations,
provided no co-pilot station instrument is
required to be used by the pilot.

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33 LIGHTS (cont'd)
5. Cabin lighting system

As required by the operational


regulations.

6. Cockpit utility light

May be inoperative for day operations.


OR
May be inoperative for night-time VMC
flight provided:
a) All instrument panel instrument
lighting is operative,
b) One torch per flight crew is readily
available and operative.

7. External search light


(AS350 All models, if installed)

May be inoperative provided procedures


do not require its use.

8. Supplemental lighting system


(If installed)

May be inoperative provided procedures


do not require its use.

9. Cabin signs
( Fasten seat belts
&
No smoking )
(If installed)

May be inoperative provided :


Passengers are not carried,
OR
(O) May be inoperative provided a
procedure is used to notify passengers
when the seat belts must be fastened
and smoking is prohibited.
Operational procedure:
A briefing before boarding can be given.

10. Strobe light system


(If installed)

May be inoperative provided procedures


do not require its use.

11. Storm light system


(If installed)

May be inoperative provided that


thunderstorms / potentially hazardous
weather conditions, are unlikely to be
encountered on the intended route.

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34 NAVIGATION
1. Airspeed Indicators
(1) Single pilot operations

(2) Two pilot operations

2. OAT indicator

3. Altimeters
(1) Day VFR operations

May be inoperative provided another air


temperature indicator is operative that is
convertible to OAT.

Any in excess of one may be inoperative


provided:
a) Flight is conducted over routes
navigated by reference to visual
landmarks,
b) The operative altimeter is on the
handling pilot's side.
Any in excess of one may be inoperative
provided:
a) Flight is conducted over routes
navigated by reference to visual
landmarks,
b) The radio altimeter is installed and
operative,
c) The operative altimeter is on the
handling pilot's side.

(2) Night VFR operations

APPROVED

AS 350 - EC 130

Any in excess of one may be inoperative


provided the operative airspeed indicator
is on the handling pilot's side.
Any in excess of two may be inoperative
provided operative airspeed indicators
are at each pilot's station,
OR
Any in excess of one may be inoperative
provided:
a) The operative airspeed indicator is on
the handling pilot's side,
b) Flight is conducted by day under VFR
over routes navigated by reference to
visual landmarks.

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34 NAVIGATION (cont'd)
4. Slip indicator

As
required
regulations.

5. Vertical Speed Indicators


(1) Single pilot operations

Any in excess of one may be inoperative


provided the operative VSI is on the
handling pilot's side,
OR
May be inoperative provided the flight is
conducted by day under VFR over routes
navigated by reference to visual
landmarks.

6. Attitude indicators

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

7. Directional Gyro
(If installed)

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

8. Gyroscopic rate of turn


indicator (If installed)

May be inoperative provided procedures


do not require its use.

9. Navigation system
(VOR, ILS, ADF, DME, etc.)
(if installed)

As
required
regulations.

10. Reserved

(2) Two pilot operations

APPROVED

AS 350 - EC 130

by

the

operational

Any in excess of one may be inoperative


provided the operative VSI is on the
handling pilot's side,
OR
May be inoperative provided the flight is
conducted by day under VFR over routes
navigated by reference to visual
landmarks.

by

the

operational

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34 NAVIGATION (cont'd)
11. Marker beacon indicator
(if installed)

May be inoperative provided procedures


do not require its use.

12. Flight Director


(AS350 All models, if installed)

As
required
regulations.

13. Altitude encoder


(if installed)

May be inoperative provided procedures


do not require its use.

14. Radio Altimeter


(if installed)

May be inoperative provided procedures


do not require its use.

15. Radio Altimeter with an audio


warning system (if installed)

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

16. SSR (Secondary Surveillance


Radar) Transponder
(if installed)

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

17. Standby magnetic compass

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

18. Traffic alert/advisory systems


(i.e., TCAS, TCAD, TAS, etc.)
(AS350 All models, if installed)

(M) May be inoperative provided:


a) The failed system is deactivated,
b) Procedures do not require its use.
Maintenance procedure:
Inhibit the failed system: open circuit
breaker or remove fuse.

19. Global Positioning System


(GPS) (if installed)

As
required
regulations.

APPROVED

AS 350 - EC 130

by

by

the

the

operational

operational

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35 OXYGEN
1. Oxygen systems
non-pressurized aircraft
(If installed)

APPROVED

AS 350 - EC 130

As
required
regulations.

by

the

operational

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52 DOORS
1. Door warning system
(If installed)

APPROVED

AS 350 - EC 130

May be inoperative provided doors


closing and latching have been checked
by the crew before take-off.

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62 MAIN ROTOR
1. Digital NR indication
(EC 130, AS 350 B3,
and
AS 350 B2 VEMD Post-MOD
07-3368 only)

APPROVED

AS 350 - EC 130

May be inoperative provided:


a) Analog NR indication is operative,
b) The aircraft may only depart on a flight
or series of flights for the purpose of
returning directly to a base where
repairs or replacements can be made.

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63 MAIN ROTOR DRIVE


1. Rotor brake system

(M) (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) The rotor brake lever remains in
released position,
b) A check is performed to determine
the rotor brake disk is free,
c) For rotor stopping aircraft should be
directed with a headwind below 30 kt,
d) Wait full rotor shutdown before
leaving the aircraft.
Maintenance procedure:
Maintenance inspection determines that
the rotor brake disc is free when the rotor
brake is released,
Refer to AMM, Work card
No. 05-50-01, 6-1 or MET No. 05-53-01-601
according to version.

Operational procedure:
- Headwind below 30 kt,
- Main rotor blades are immobilized
before leaving the aircraft.
2. Main gear box chip detection
warning light
(if installed)

(M) May be inoperative provided the


magnetic plug is checked and without
particles before first flight of the day.
Maintenance procedure:
Check for no particles on magnetic plug.
Refer to AMM, Work card
No. 05-50-01, 6-1 or MET No. 05-53-01-601
according to version.

APPROVED

AS 350 - EC 130

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65 TAIL ROTOR DRIVE


1. Tail gear box chip detection
warning light
(If installed)

(M) May be inoperative provided the


magnetic plug is checked and without
particles before first flight of the day.
Maintenance procedure:
Check for no particles on magnetic plug.
Refer to AMM, Work card
No. 05-50-01, 6-1 or MET No. 05-53-01-601
according to version.

APPROVED

AS 350 - EC 130

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71 POWER PLANT
1. Engine air sand filter
(If installed)

APPROVED

AS 350 - EC 130

May be inoperative provided the flight is


not
conducted
in
sand-laden
atmosphere.

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72 ENGINE
1. Engine Data Recorder (EDR)
(Aircraft equipped with engine
Arriel 2D)

APPROVED

(O) May be inoperative for two hundred


(200) hours flight.
Operational procedure:
The engine cycles and usage have to be
reported manually in the engine log
book.

AS 350 - EC 130

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77 ENGINE INDICATING
1. Tachometer, dual indicator
NR / Nf.
(All models except:
EC 130, AS 350 B3,
and
AS 350 B2 VEMD Post-MOD
07-3368)

Nf* indication may be inoperative


provided:
a) NR function of the dual tachometer
indicator is operative,
b) Ng indication is operative,
c) Torque indication is operative,
d) The aircraft may only depart on a
flight or series of flights for the
purpose of returning directly to a base
where repairs or replacements can be
made.

2. Nf* indication
(EC 130, AS 350 B3,
and
AS 350 B2 VEMD Post-MOD
07-3368 only)

(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) The Flight Manual Section 3
procedures (Nf* indication failure) are
respected,
b) The aircraft may only depart on a
flight or series of flights for the
purpose of returning directly to a base
where repairs or replacements can be
made.
Operational procedures:
Respect the procedure (Nf* indication
failure) Section 3 of the flight manual.
NOTE:
(*) Nf or N2 according to versions.

APPROVED

AS 350 - EC 130

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