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EUROCOPTER Direction Technique Support Aéroport International Marseille Provence 13 725 Marignane Cedex FRANCE

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE REVISION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OUTLINE OF THE REVISION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DETAILED DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1 Section 05-99 GENE updated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LIST OF SERVICE BULLETINS INCORPORATED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 PRESENTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 CLASSIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 05-99 IMPORTANT NOTES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 LIMITATIONS SPECIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 OCCURENCE REPORTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1 Reporting to the Airworthiness Authorities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2 Reporting to the helicopter manufacturer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 EFFECTIVITY - RESPONSIBILITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 LIFE-LIMITED COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1 Definition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2 In-Service Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2.1 Flight Hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2.2 Centrifugal Load Variation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2.3 Torque Variation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2.4 Number of Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3 Airworthiness Limitation Units - Description and Counting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3.1 Tasks for which the Airworthiness Limitation is Expressed in hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3.2 Tasks for which the Airworthiness Limitation is Expressed in Cycles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3.3 Tasks for which the Airworthiness Limitations are Expressed in Hours AND Cycles 4.3.4 Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4 Removal of Life-Limited Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5 Temporary Limitation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 IDENTIFICATION OF PARTS AND ASSEMBLIES ACCORDING TO AIRCRAFT VERSION . . . . . . 5.1 Principle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2 Specific Version Identification Marking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 TRANSFER OF A COMPONENT (PART OR ASSEMBLY) INCLUDED IN THE "AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS" CHAPTER FROM ONE AIRCRAFT VERSION TO A DIFFERENT AIRCRAFT VERSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.1 Authority to transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2 Application rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.3 Calculation Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.4 Counting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 05-99 HOW TO USE THE TABLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 GENERAL PRESENTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2 3 1 1 1 1

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08 3 3. EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 HIGHLIGHTS 2009.1 DETAILED DESCRIPTION Section 05-99 GENE updated Paragraph 4 "LIFE-LIMITED COMPONENTS" modified and paragraph 5 "IN-SERVICING MONITORING" deleted.08 Page 1 .08.Revision 011 frozen: 2009.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS HIGHLIGHTS OF THE REVISION 1 GENERAL .Check that the content of the sections in accordance with the "List Of Effective Pages" (LOEP).08.Return the acknowledgment card. . 2 OUTLINE OF THE REVISION This revision is coded as follows: .

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02.2006 23.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS LIST OF SERVICE BULLETINS INCORPORATED No 01.2000 07.2005 07. 365A33.49 R0 62.2006 14.2007 14.2001 21.59 R0 Frozen revision date 08.01.20 or 21 (Pre-MOD 0765B41 Aluminum Control Shafts) (ATA 65-21) Check of the Bushes and Check for Absence of Delamination on Starflex Star Arm Ends (ATA 62-20) Check of the Main Rotor Mast Nut (ATA 62-30) Check of the MGB Planet Gear Carrier (ATA 63-20) Airworthiness directives No 2002-472-057 (A) 98-384-047 (A) 2001-060-052 (A) 2001-061-053 (A) 2000-108-050 (A) 2004-179 (A) 2005-182 (A) Not Applicable 2006-0101 (A) AD-2006-0099 AD-2006-0362-E AD-2007-0220 05.51 R2 27.23 R0 05.9˚ Frame Stretcher support POWER PLANT .02.00.14 05.04.55 05.03.07.08 Page 1 .00.48 64.00.06.24 05.00.6161.01.2009 AD 2006-0368-E AD 2007-0288-E EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 SB LIST 2009.1998 21.00.00.00.2008 08.2008 AD 2006-0321-E 62.R.2007 Subject Tail rotor pitch change control rod M.46 05.00.48 R2 27.9˚ Frame Latch support Fuselage .43 71.00.Spherical thrust bearings/ Attach beams attachment bolts Fuselage .04.39 53.09.04.11.03.2001 22.24 R0 01.2005 07. Check and replacement of engine fire extinguishers Check of the MGB planet gear carrier Tail rotor blade protection against sand erosion Check of the Main Gearbox (MGB) Base Plate (ATA 63-30) Tail Rotor Blade Check (ATA 64-21) Frequency Adapter with Ventilation Holes (ATA 62-20) Tail Rotor Blade Pitch-Control Shafts Part No.2002 23.12.06.SAND FILTER Checking the system nozzles.00.00.00.H .45 R1 05.00.2005 22.42 53.00.00.12.

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. THE TIME LIMITS (SLL. equipment log card) and kept. 2.Miscellaneous specific information. CHK) MUST NOT BE EXCEEDED AND ANY CHANGE IS SUBJECT TO PRIOR NEGOTIATION WITH BOTH EASA AND EUROCOPTER. COMPLIANCE WITH THESE LIMITATIONS IS MANDATORY IN ORDER TO ENSURE THE AIRWORTHINESS OF THE HELICOPTER.). bonding separation surface area. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s documentation for the airworthiness limitations and life limits assigned to the engine components. defect or other occurrence which has caused or might have an adverse effect on the continuing airworthiness of the helicopter is a key factor to maintain the helicopter airworthy and for the continuous improvement of safety. 2. NOTE: When an airworthiness inspection (CHK) requires a physical measurement (clearance.Airworthiness inspection (CHK): performed either periodically or a limited number of times. vibration level.g. any technical incident. etc. 2 OCCURENCE REPORTING Reporting of any failure.08 Page 1 .2 Reporting to the helicopter manufacturer As part of the Continued Airworthiness Program. EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 GENE 2009. . must be reported by the operator to the helicopter manufacturer. malfunction.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS IMPORTANT NOTES 1 LIMITATIONS SPECIFICATION These limitations may be expressed as: .1 Reporting to the Airworthiness Authorities The operator shall inform his relevant Airworthiness Authorities of each occurrence that shall be reported according to the local regulation he is subject to. the value measured at each check must be recorded on a suitable medium (e.A service life limit (SLL): at the expiration of which the component must be scrapped.08. discovered in operation or during maintenance work.

In case of doubt on the need to report an event.abnormal heating.. . etc. . . EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 GENE 2009.technical event increasing the crew workload. 3 EFFECTIVITY .. .failure of a system intended to minimize the effect of survivable accidents.repetitive instances of any technical event which in isolation would not be considered "reportable" but which due to the frequency at which they arise.non conformity of a product. . . or damage to a part found when complying with an Airworthiness Directive. . scratch. indentation.missing.failure.ACQUIRED DIRECTLY FROM EUROCOPTER OR THROUGH THE EUROCOPTER SUBSIDIARIES OR DISTRIBUTION NETWORK. any other occurrence which has resulted in or may result in an unsafe condition. . including when being used for maintenance or test purpose.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS A technical incident is an event with a technical ground and not in accordance with expectations. In case of doubt on the need to report an event.technical event that is liable to jeopardize airworthiness for the continuation of the mission or the safety of people onboard or on ground. . .abnormal damage (wear. the event shall be reported. part or appliance with its approved design. corrosion.. This list is not exhaustive. or of unknown or suspect origin. malfunction of a system.system malfunction or loss (including partial or temporary failure) and interferences within or between systems.RESPONSIBILITY THE LIMITATIONS ASSIGNED TO THE COMPONENT PART NUMBERS LISTED IN THIS SECTION ARE APPLICABLE TO COMPONENTS: . misleading. delamination. .08. Examples of incidents to be reported (non exhaustive list): . bonding failure. form a potential hazard. .difficulty with a technical ground in accomplishing the mission as planned.. fire. It is only a short illustrative one.08 Page 2 . A few examples of technical incidents are given below.in-flight loss or rupture of any part. especially when exceeding the MET removal/repair criteria or in case no maintenance criteria exist.. including but not limited to difficulty resulting in a mission abort. incorrect or unclear procedure that could lead to a crew or maintenance error.) to any structural or mechanical part. the event shall be reported.abnormal vibration. crack. smoke. intended to help the operator to understand the definition of a technical incident that constitutes an occurrence to be reported to the helicopter manufacturer. .

The importance of the damage therefore varies with the type of aircraft operation. WITHOUT FORMAL TECHNICAL APPROVAL FROM THE EUROCOPTER CUSTOMER TECHNICAL SUPPORT DEPARTMENT. EASA FORM ONE OR EQUIVALENT). BEFORE EXPIRY OF THE SERVICE LIFE. which is related to the flight hours logged (very large number of low-amplitude load variations).1 LIFE-LIMITED COMPONENTS Definition Life-limited components are components that are exposed to fatigue damage due to in-service stress. THE MANUFACTURING SOURCE IS SPECIFIED IN THE "AIRWORTHINESS DOCUMENT" (JAA FORM ONE. which is related to a small number of large-amplitude load variations (e.g. The only warranty applicable to the helicopter and any component is the warranty included in the Sales Contract for the helicopter and the components. EITHER DIRECTLY. 4 4.2 In-Service Monitoring The airworthiness limitations for a component may be expressed in the one or more of the following units: . Unless otherwise specified.High-cycle fatigue. Life-limited components can be damaged by different types of fatigue: .Fatigue related to the number of operations of certain components.Number of operations (for certain components). .THE SERVICE LIVES ASSIGNED TO COMPONENTS CONSTITUTE A GUARANTEE FOR FLIGHT SAFETY WITH REGARD TO FATIGUE DAMAGE DUE TO FLIGHT LOADS OF COMPONENTS EXEMPT FROM EXTERNAL DAMAGE. and whose failure may jeopardize the aircraft safety. EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 GENE 2009. OR THROUGH THEIR OWN DISTRIBUTION NETWORK.08 Page 3 . IN ALL CASES. FRETTING CORROSION. THESE SERVICE LIVES ARE NOT A COMMERCIAL GUARANTEE AS A COMPONENT MAY BE REMOVED DUE TO WEAR.Flight hours (H). check the installation effectivity of the dash number with the EUROCOPTER Customer Support Department.. .AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS .Cycles of large centrifugal load or torque variations. EUROCOPTER WILL NOT CARRY OUT REPAIRS ON SERVICE LIFE-LIMITED PARTS WHICH WERE PROCURED OTHER THAN THROUGH THE EUROCOPTER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK. .: centrifugal load variations related to rotor start-up or large torque variations related to takeoff. 4.Low-cycle fatigue. collective pitch increase). ETC. . IT IS PROHIBITED TO REUSE PARTS OR ASSEMBLIES WHICH HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT. In this case. the service lives and airworthiness inspections specified in this "AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS" Section apply to the components whose part numbers are specified in this Section as well as to their successive dash numbers if these are not yet specified in this Section.PURCHASED FROM THE EQUIPMENT VENDORS LISTED IN OUR SPARE-PART CATALOGUES. .08.

NOTE: The number of engine failure simulations must be counted on all helicopters fitted with at least one Arriel 2C engine that has a FADEC system pre Turbomeca modification TU26C. Therefore. the actual service life of some components could be smaller than that specified in this document. Consequently. On all helicopters fitted with 2 Arriel 2C engines. 4. 1 EXTERNAL LOAD CARRYING OPERATION = 1 CYCLE. both of which have a FADEC system that includes Turbomeca modification TU26C or a later modification.2. If this average is exceeded. the service life limit of the components likely to be damaged by large centrifugal load variations has been calculated based on 5 rotor starting/stopping operations per flight hour. Engine failure simulations for training purposes have been taken into account on the basis of 125 failure simulations per engine for 1000 flying hours.g.2.08. you should consult the EUROCOPTER Customer Service Technical Support Department. 4. In this case. 4.: External load carrying can involve a very large number of torque cycles).1 Flight Hours Operating hours are counted from takeoff to landing.4 Number of Operations Certain components may be subject to fatigue limitations related to the number of operations.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS Some limitations may be defined only for a specific operation.2. the number of torque variation cycles logged must be monitored carefully and counted as follows: 1 LANDING WITH OR WITHOUT STOPPING THE ROTOR = 1 CYCLE.08 Page 4 . The cycles related to external load carrying operation must be added to the landing operation cycles.2 Centrifugal Load Variation To limit the number of parameters to be monitored during aircraft operation. EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 GENE 2009.3 Torque Variation The number of torque variation cycles varies significantly with the multiple missions that can be performed by an aircraft (e. you must advise EUROCOPTER.2. The number of engine failure simulations need not therefore be counted. 4. there is no limit as to the number of engine failure simulations for training purposes. If aircraft operation involves a mean number of rotor starting/stopping operations greater than 5 per flight hour over a period exceeding 500 hours. no fixed number of cycles has been specified in order to avoid premature removal of components that are little exposed to torque variations.

3 4. 4.g.g.2 Tasks for which the Airworthiness Limitation is Expressed in Cycles Count the cycles logged. 4.3.1 Airworthiness Limitation Units .When an element is affected by several limitations.g.Description and Counting Tasks for which the Airworthiness Limitation is Expressed in hours Count the hours logged.4 Recording All the components listed in this section must be monitored in service. unless otherwise specified (Statement "Not to be monitored in service").3.08. E.08 Page 5 . E. EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 GENE 2009. 366A32-1060-30: 366A32-1062-10. these are separated by the " // " sign.: 63/10/00/000/000/025 FORWARD FLARED COUPLING TUBE 365A35-1010-24 365A35-1010-25 4.3.3 Tasks for which the Airworthiness Limitations are Expressed in Hours AND Cycles Count the hours and cycles logged.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS 4.: 63/30/00/000/000/550 MGB BASE 366A32-1060-29 366A32-1060-30 Part: assembly 366A32-1060-29: 366A32-1062-09.: 63/20/00/000/000/275 FREEWHEEL SHAFT 365A32-5424-01 SLL // 20000 H 120000 U SLL 26100 U SLL 20000 H .3. E.

4.T. This individual document is to be created when the component is monitored via the Log Card of its next higher assembly.4 Removal of Life-Limited Components When the limitation is reached.103). 5. All the documentation must be drawn up to enable recording of all the parameters used to comply with the service life limit. whichever comes first. it must be removed when a limitation is reached. pending the service life extension. (Refer to Standard Practices Manual (M.5 Temporary Limitation The service life limits for which the results of additional fatigue tests indicate the possibility of an extension. Once assigned to an aircraft version.08 Page 6 . . when the component is transferred from one aircraft to another.e. i. These records must include the different assignments of the component. and components or assemblies need be identified according to the version to which they have been assigned. EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 GENE 2009. The operator should therefore store the component in question after removal.C. in-service monitoring consists in recording the number of appropriate units on the equipment log card (FME): .Hours. the component must be removed and retired from service.05. are identified by the statement "Temporary Limitation".) Work Card 20. However. 4. This code will be marked in framed capitals. the parts or assemblies mentioned in this Section must be identified according to the versions on which they have been used.Cycles. operating conditions may differ from one version to the other.08.Hours and cycles.1 Principle Components are to be identified by indelibly marking one or more letters or digits near the Part Number. components and assemblies can be installed on several versions or types of helicopter in the "DAUPHIN" family. . When an element is affected by several limitations. REMINDER NO MARGINS WITH REGARDS TO THE SHOWN VALUES ARE ACCEPTABLE IN THIS CHAPTER. 5 IDENTIFICATION OF PARTS AND ASSEMBLIES ACCORDING TO AIRCRAFT VERSION Generally.08.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS In all cases.

365 N1. 365 N3. 6.2.99 for the PRE.1 If the component Service Life Limits are exactly the same on the aircraft versions "x" and "y". 365 N.2 Application rules If the transfer is authorized.The helicopter versions "x" and "y" must both be included in the following list of helicopters from the DAUPHIN "family": 365 C. . 5.the Part Number of the component to be transferred from helicopter "x" to helicopter "y" is listed both in the "Airworthiness Limitations" Chapter (1) for helicopter "x" and in that for helicopter "y". The Log Card of the component in question or of its next higher assembly shall be completed as soon as the component is installed on the aircraft. either in the "Airworthiness Limitations" Chapter (1) for version "x" or in that for version "y". 365 N2.2. you must continue to count the hours and cycles on the aircraft version "y". comply with the following application rules: 6. EC 155 B1.the component to be transferred does not have a provisional Service Life Limit.2 6. EC 155 B. 365 C3. convert the hours and/or cycles already logged by applying the calculation rule given in paragraph 7. this component should be considered as new from the time the transfer is effective (operating time in 6. The installation of a component originating from any other versions or types of helicopters is strictly prohibited. 6 TRANSFER OF A COMPONENT (PART OR ASSEMBLY) INCLUDED IN THE "AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS" CHAPTER FROM ONE AIRCRAFT VERSION TO A DIFFERENT AIRCRAFT VERSION The transfer of components from/to civil and military aircraft is not authorized.3.08.1 Authority to transfer The transfer of a component (part or assembly) included in the "Airworthiness Limitations" Chapter (1) from a version "x" helicopter to a version "y" helicopter is authorized only if the following three conditions are met simultaneously: .2 Specific Version Identification Marking Parts or assemblies shall be marked with their specific version identification characters at the latest during their first removal. (1) : Section 05. When a component which is "not monitored in service" on the aircraft version "x" is transferred to an aircraft version "y" on which it is "monitored in service".2.3 EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 GENE 2009.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS Example: X Y The marking (X) first version on which the component was installed should be crossed out and (Y) marked next to it. 365 C2. . If the component Service Life Limits on the aircraft version "x" and "y" are different. Section 04-00-00 for the MSM.08 Page 7 . 6. 365 C1.

3 6.2 Calculation of ty ty = tx x (SLLy : SLLx). 6. Equivalent flying time on aircraft version "y" = ty. Equivalent flying time on version N2: 2000 x (3000: 6000) = 1000 hours. then installed on the aircraft version "y" on which it is no longer to be monitored in service. . EXAMPLES: .Component ‘A’ that has logged 2000 hours on a version N1 aircraft and is transferred to a version N2 aircraft: Service Life Limit of component ‘A’ on version N1: 6000 hours. 6. Service Life Limit of component ‘A’ on version N2: 3000 hours. Service Life Limit of component ‘B’ on version N2: 10000 hours.1 Calculation Rules Elements necessary for the calculations Calculating the equivalent flying time on aircraft version "y" when the component has already flown on aircraft version "x": Flying time logged on aircraft version "x" = tx.3.1000 = 2000 hours.08 Page 8 . The remaining operating time becomes 20000 hours (2) less the equivalent flying time (in accordance with paragraph 7. Operating time still available = T.4 When a component is removed from an aircraft version "x" on which it is to be monitored in service.2.4).3 Calculation of T Operating time still available: T = SLLy . Component Service Life Limit on aircraft version "y" = SLLy. 6.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS hours and/or in cycles equal to zero) (unless this component has already been transferred as described in paragraph 7.3. Remaining flying time on version N2: 3000 . 6.Component ‘B’ that has logged 4000 hours on a version N1 aircraft and is transferred to a version N2 aircraft: Service Life Limit of component ‘B’ on version N1: 8000 hours. you must continue to monitor this component in service and its Service Life Limit becomes 20000 hours (2) on the aircraft version "y". EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 GENE 2009.3. (2) or the original Service Life Limit if it is greater than 20000 hours. Component Service Life Limit on aircraft version "x" = SLLx.ty. NOTE: This type of calculation is also effective for the components whose Service Life Limit is expressed in cycles.08.3).2.

Component ‘C’ that has logged 1800 hours on a version N2 aircraft and is transferred to a version N1 aircraft: Service Life Limit of component ‘C’ on version N2: 2000 hours. provisional limitation (no indication authorizing transfer). .08 Page 9 . 6. Service Life Limit of component ‘D’ on version N2: 3000 hours. Equivalent flying time on version N1: 1800 x (20000: 2000) = 18000 hours.18000 = 2000 hours.4 6. Service Life Limit of component ‘C’ on version N1: infinite. Remaining flying time on version N2: 10000 . the transfer is not authorized.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS Equivalent flying time on version N2: 4000 x (10000: 8000) = 5000 hours. NOTE: The above examples can be adapted directly to the Service Life Limits expressed in cycles by replacing the word "hours" with the word "cycles" or in example N˚3. by replacing 20000 hours with 100000 cycles.08. EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 GENE 2009.Component ‘D’ that has logged 1500 hours on a version N1 aircraft and is transferred to a version N2 aircraft: Service Life Limit of component ‘D’ on version N1: 4500 hours.4.5000 = 5000 hours.1 Counting Then count the operating hours and/or cycles by adding them to the equivalent flying time "ty". In this case. Remaining flying time on version N1: 20000 . . not to be monitored in service.

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The part numbers are also those which are used in all the support publications (MET.g: The limitation given for Part Number 365A32-0200-03 is effective for the assembly 365A32-0200-03 and the assembly 365A32-0200-03M1. When applicable. DOCUMENTATION This column lists the components subject to an Airworthiness Limitations expressed as a Service Life Limit and/or a checking interval (in which case the applicable document reference is specified). NOTE: Certain detail parts listed in this Section are not procurable (e.). SB.1 Presentation Components with the same description but with different Part Numbers are identified in the following way: ROTOR SHAFT 365A31-4521-00 365A31-4521-01 SLL 1000 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 TABLE 2008. documentation Part Number TL Limit The components (parts or assemblies) which are subject to an Airworthiness Limitation are listed according to the ATA 100 Specification (Chapter/Section/Subject). IPC. the Illustrated Parts Catalogue (IPC) provides the correlation between the Manufacturer’s Part Number and the EUROCOPTER identification number (704A.. 3.27 Page 1 .06..g: certain parts built into assemblies with a TBO).. 3 PART NUMBER This column gives the Manufacturer’s Part Number for the component in question. When different Part Numbers must not be installed together. e.. this fact is specified). This suffix is used with spares to indicate the installation of an Optional Equipment or a specific configuration.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS HOW TO USE THE TABLES 1 GENERAL PRESENTATION Description. etc . 2 DESCRIPTION..) to which a suffix has been allocated.

27 Page 2 . These limits are expressed in: Hours (H).SLL: Service Life Limit . and the table below indicates the correlation between the Manufacturer’s Part Number and the EUROCOPTER identification number (704A.The Service Life Limit (SLL) attributed to each component..CHK: Inspection Check 5 LIMIT This column specifies: .AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS 3.99.30 Pad laminated Fitted on assemblies : 578040 579059 E1T2611-21 E1T2611-31 365A38-3020-00 365A38-3020-01 365A38-3020-02 365A38-3020-03 4 TL (TYPE OF LIMIT) This column is used to specify the type of limitation: .06.. Months (M).) for which only the EUROCOPTER identification number is specified on the log card. the maintenance tasks are related to helicopter safety and airworthiness.00. EUROCOPTER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER 704A33-633-104 704A33-633-212 704A33-633-192 704A33-640-031 704A33-640-046 704A33-640-088 704A33-640-087 704A33-640-089 704A33-640-099 704A33-640-100 DESCRIPTION ATA 62-20 Spherical thrust bearing MANUFACTURER’S PART NUMBER 579060 57911100 LB4-1209-2-1 E1T2624-01A E1T3023-01 E-4165F01 J-16130-10 J-16130-15 J-16130-22 E4165F11 Frequency adapter ATA 63.2 Part Number Cross-References In the specific case in Section 05. EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 TABLE 2008.

the corresponding maintenance action must always be carried out at the first limit reached (flying hours. . The operation must be carried out After the Last Flight of the day without exceeding the number of flying hours indicated (unless otherwise specified).).g: E 50 H: the Inspection Check is to be performed once at 50 operating hours.. separated by the sign " // " are assigned to certain operations. it is preceded by the letter E.06. When this is the case.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS Years (Y). When the Inspection Check is to be carried out a limited number of times. The limitation(s) specified for the first Part Number are effective for all the other Part Numbers. Example : SPHERICAL THRUST BEARING ALL MP/N CHK ALF // 10 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 05-99 TABLE 2008. e. number of utilizations.The frequency of the periodic and recurring Inspection Checks (CHK). number of cycles. -ALF: -ALF // 10 H: The operation must be carried out After the Last Flight of the day irrespective of the number of flying hours logged. Example: MGB SUSPENSION BAR ATTACHMENT FITTING 360A21-1326-04 360A21-1326-05 360A21-1326-06 SLL 20 000 H Several intervals. Cycles (U).. calendar time .27 Page 3 .

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00.POST MOD 0753B31 or SB 53. 550 H 53/10/00/602/000/080 9˚ FRAME (STRETCHER SUPPORT) CHK MET 53.602 PARA.BEFORE REPAIR 365A094159.10.5 Check to be carried out from 5300 flight hours on aircraft: .20. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 53/10/00/602/000/070 9˚ FRAME (LATCH SUPPORT) CHK MET 53. 2001 and on which edge distance on at least one hole is less than 5 mm.00.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 53-10 Description.43.that left the works before October 15.BEFORE REPAIR 365A094158 or REPAIR SHEET 53. 2000 and on which edge distance on at least one hole is less than 8 mm. .4 Check to be carried out on helicopters: . 2B2 of ASB 53.01.42. Repair 365A094159 complies with the instructions given in para. 3.02. 2B2 of ASB 53.00A.10.602 PARA. .00. 3. Repair 365A094158 complies with the instructions given in para. 550 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2009.08 05-99-00 ATA 53-10 Page 2 .00.that left the works before January 31.00. .

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Service life limit for the metal section only. CHK 10 H 62/20/00/000/000/120 SPHERICAL THRUST BEARING 704A33-633-076 These parts cannot be installed on the same aircraft as parts with other MP/N.27 05-99-00 ATA 62-20 Page 1 .21.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 62-20 Description.20. SLL 2400 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2008. Service life limit for the metal section only.601 PARA. 3.00.B Check.00. SLL 1000 H 62/20/00/000/000/130 SPHERICAL THRUST BEARING 579060 These parts cannot be installed on the same aircraft as parts with other MP/N.4 Check the elastomer section.06. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 62-20 MAIN ROTOR HEAD 62/20/00/000/000/030 MAIN ROTOR HUB 365A31-0012-02 365A31-0012-03 MET 62.603 PARA. CHK 100 H 62/20/00/000/000/075 LOWER ATTACH BEAM 365A31-1850-04 SLL 4400 H 62/20/00/000/000/097 UPPER ATTACH BEAM 365A31-1850-05 SLL 4400 H 62/20/00/000/000/115 SPHERICAL THRUST BEARING ALL MP/N MET 05. 14.

P/N E1T2624-01A or 365A31-1019-22 manufactured before the 2nd quarter 1991 with a S/N lower than 8188.603 PARA.06. Service life limit for the metal section only. Service life limit for the metal section only.3 Hot climatic conditions and/or tropical and damp atmosphere. SLL 3500 H 62/20/00/000/000/141 SPHERICAL THRUST BEARING 57911100 These parts cannot be installed on the same aircraft as parts with other MP/N.P/N E1T3023-01 or 365A31-1019-23 manufactured before the 2nd quarter 1991 with a S/N lower than 3122. 62/20/00/000/000/148 FREQUENCY ADAPTER E4165F11 J-16130-22 MET 05.21.00.27 05-99-00 ATA 62-20 Page 2 .AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 62-20 Description. Check that the holes are not bloked. 14. CHK 10 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2008. SLL 3500 H 62/20/00/000/000/143 FREQUENCY ADAPTER E1T2624-01A E1T3023-01 365A31-1019-22 365A31-1019-23 Frequency adapters: . documentation Part number TL LIMIT 62/20/00/000/000/140 SPHERICAL THRUST BEARING LB4-1209-2-1 These parts cannot be installed on the same aircraft as parts with other MP/N. must not be installed. .

3 These adapters cannot be installed on the same aircraft.21. CHK 10 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2008.00. Only adapters with serial No.27 05-99-00 ATA 62-20 Page 3 .603 PARA 14. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 62/20/00/000/000/152 FREQUENCY ADAPTER E-4165F01 E1T2624-01A E4165F11 J-16130-10 J-16130-15 J-16130-22 365A31-1019-22 365A31-1019-24 365A31-1019-25 365A31-1019-26 MET 05. Check the elastomer section.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 62-20 Description.3 These adapters cannot be installed on the same aircraft.21.603 PARA.603 PARA. CHK 10 H 62/20/00/000/000/169 FREQUENCY ADAPTER 365A31-1019-22 365A31-1019-23 365A31-1019-24 365A31-1019-25 365A31-1019-26 MET 05. nor with adapters with other MP/N. not less than M202 can be installed. CHK 10 H 62/20/00/000/000/165 FREQUENCY ADAPTER E1T3023-01 365A31-1019-23 MET 05. 14.21. Check that the holes are not blocked.00.00. nor with adapters with other MP/N.06.3 Hot climatic conditions and/or tropical and damp atmosphere. Check that the lockwire is in place. Check the elastomer section. 14.

AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 62-20 Description. SLL 1500 H 62/20/00/000/000/215 SPHERICAL THRUST BEARING . SLL 6100 H 62/20/00/000/000/190 BLADE HORN 365A31-1998-02 For blade horns with serial number less than 100000.06.ATTACH BEAM PIN 365A31-1970-21 Temporary limit. only those whose MP/N is followed by the letter X can be installed.601 PARA.ATTACH BEAM PIN 365A31-1898-20 SLL 1000 H 62/20/00/000/000/210 SPHERICAL THRUST BEARING .4. 3. CHK 550 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2008. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 62/20/00/000/000/170 ROTOR BLADE PIN 365A31-1771-20 SLL 20000 H 62/20/00/000/000/180 ROTOR BLADE PIN 365A31-2031-20 365A31-2031-21 Temporary limit.C.20. SLL 20000 H 62/20/00/000/000/200 SPHERICAL THRUST BEARING .ATTACH BEAM PIN 365A31-1898-20 365A31-1970-21 MET 62.1 Tightening torque load check.00.27 05-99-00 ATA 62-20 Page 4 .

AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 62-20 Description.5 Check. SLL 1000 H 62/20/00/000/000/275 STARFLEX STAR 365A31-1810-00 SLL 1700 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2008. CHK ALF // 10 H 62/20/00/000/000/255 STARFLEX STAR 365A31-1708-00 365A31-1708-01 SLL 1000 H 62/20/00/000/000/261 STARFLEX STAR 365A31-1708-02 Involves the installation of swivel bearings 704A33-633-124.21.ATTACH BEAM PIN 365A31-1886-20 365A31-1886-21 SLL 4200 H 62/20/00/000/000/245 STARFLEX STAR ALL MP/N MET 05.27 05-99-00 ATA 62-20 Page 5 . 14. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 62/20/00/000/000/220 FREQUENCY ADAPTER .603 PARA.06. SLL 1000 H 62/20/00/000/000/266 STARFLEX STAR 365A31-1708-03 365A31-1708-04 Involves the installation of swivel bearings 704A33-633-124.00.

CHK 10 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2008. SLL 1700 H 62/20/00/601/000/016 STARFLEX STAR 365A31-1210-00 365A31-1708-00 365A31-1708-01 365A31-1708-02 365A31-1708-03 365A31-1708-04 365A31-1810-00 365A31-1810-01 365A31-1810-02 365A31-1810-03 365A31-1810-04 MET 62.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 62-20 Description.601 PARA.00.27 05-99-00 ATA 62-20 Page 6 . documentation Part number TL LIMIT 62/20/00/000/000/285 STARFLEX STAR 365A31-1810-01 365A31-1810-02 365A31-1810-03 365A31-1810-04 Involves the installation of swivel bearings 704A33-633-124.20. 3.4 Visual check of the adhesive bead on the bushes and check for absence of delamination on the Starflex star arm ends.A. SLL 1700 H 62/20/00/000/000/310 STARFLEX STAR 365A31-1210-00 Involves the installation of swivel bearings 704A33-633-124.06.

313 PARA.30.00.1 POST MOD 0762B42 or 0762B43. 2. 2. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 62-30 MAIN ROTOR MAST 62/30/00/000/000/055 ROTOR MAST 365A31-0002-05 MET 62.K.00. 100 H 62/30/00/000/000/110 SWASHPLATE BEARING CHK MET 12.06. Greasing.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 62-30 Description.27 05-99-00 ATA 62-30 Page 1 . CHK 1650 H 62/30/00/000/000/100 SWASHPLATE BEARING CHK MET 12.601 PARA. 3.00. Greasing.1 Check the nut.00.00.2 POST MOD 0762B42 or 0762B43. 500 H 62/30/00/000/000/152 NON-ROTATING SWASHPLATE 365A31-1101-06 365A31-1101-07 365A31-1101-09 365A31-1101-12 365A31-1101-13 365A31-1101-14 365A31-1101-15 365A31-1101-16 365A31-1101-18 SLL 20000 H 62/30/00/000/000/155 NON-ROTATING SWASHPLATE 365A31-1101-17 SLL 20000 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2008.313 PARA.

27 05-99-00 ATA 62-30 Page 2 .AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 62-30 Description.2 Check. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 62/30/00/000/000/160 ROTATING SWASHPLATE 365A31-1100-04 365A31-1100-05 SLL 20000 H 62/30/00/000/000/172 PITCH-CHANGE ROD ALL MP/N MET 05.21. 14. CHK 10 H 62/30/00/000/000/175 PITCH-CHANGE ROD 365A31-1122-20 365A31-1122-21 SLL 20000 H 62/30/00/000/000/190 ROTOR MAST-HUB ATTACHMENT BOLT 365A31-1182-20 365A31-1182-21 365A31-1183-20 365A31-1183-21 MP/N 365A31-1182-20/21 (this bolt can be installed on aircraft equipped with blade folding system).603 PARA.00.06. SLL 1000 H 62/30/00/000/000/200 INNER BEARING STOP 365A31-1085-21 365A31-1085-22 SLL 20000 H 62/30/00/000/000/210 OUTER BEARING STOP 365A31-1105-21 365A31-1105-22 SLL 20000 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2008.

27 05-99-00 ATA 62-30 Page 3 . documentation Part number TL LIMIT 62/30/00/000/000/220 LOWER SCISSORS LINK 365A31-1116-01 365A31-1116-03 365A31-1116-04 SLL 20000 H 62/30/00/000/000/230 UPPER SCISSORS LINK 365A31-1115-01 365A31-1115-03 365A31-1115-04 SLL 20000 H 62/30/00/000/000/250 SCISSORS PIN 365A31-1175-20 365A31-1175-21 SLL 5000 H 62/30/00/000/000/290 SCISSORS DRIVE 365A31-1171-00 SLL 20000 H 62/30/00/000/000/305 FLARED HOUSING 365A31-2101-07 365A31-2101-09 365A31-2101-10 SLL 20000 H 62/30/00/000/000/315 ROTOR MAST BEARING SPACER 365A31-1106-01 365A31-1106-02 SLL 1700 H 62/30/00/000/000/325 ROTOR MAST BEARING SPACER 365A31-1178-00 SLL 6000 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2008.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 62-30 Description.06.

27 05-99-00 ATA 62-30 Page 4 . documentation Part number TL LIMIT 62/30/00/000/000/420 ROTOR SHAFT 365A31-1179-05 SLL 12000 H // 60000 U EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2008.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 62-30 Description.06.

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documentation Part number TL LIMIT 63-20 MAIN GEARBOX 63/20/00/000/000/020 SERVOCONTROL ATTACHMENT FITTING 360A32-1163-01 360A32-1163-02 SLL 20000 H 63/20/00/000/000/030 SERVOCONTROL ATTACHMENT FITTING 360A32-1163-03 360A32-1163-04 SLL 8000 H 63/20/00/000/000/055 CASING 365A32-2046-08 365A32-2046-10 365A32-2046-11 365A32-2046-12 365A32-2046-14 365A32-2046-16 365A32-2049-07 365A32-2049-08 365A32-2049-16 365A32-2049-17 SLL 20000 H 63/20/00/000/000/058 PLANET GEAR CARRIER 360A32-3036-20 360A32-3036-21 MET 63.608 Borescope inspection. CHK 50 H 63/20/00/000/000/060 PLANET GEAR CARRIER 360A32-3036-20 SLL 36000 U 63/20/00/000/000/062 PLANET GEAR CARRIER 360A32-3036-21 SLL 36000 U EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2009.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 63-20 Description.00.20.08 05-99-00 ATA 63-20 Page 1 .01.

SLL 3700 H 63/20/00/000/000/123 FIXED FLANGE (REAR OUTPUT) 360A32-2034-20 360A32-2034-21 360A32-2034-22 360A32-2034-23 SLL 9500 H 63/20/00/000/000/125 TAIL ROTOR DRIVE SHAFT FLANGE 360A32-1035-20 360A32-1035-21 SLL 20000 H 63/20/00/000/000/130 MAIN BEVEL GEAR WHEEL 360A32-3256-24 SLL 20000 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2009. 360A32-1218-07. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 63/20/00/000/000/095 TAIL ROTOR DRIVE SHAFT BEVEL GEAR WHEEL 365A32-1058-21 365A32-1058-22 SLL 13000 H 63/20/00/000/000/115 TAIL ROTOR DRIVE SHAFT BEVEL PINION 360A32-1029-23 360A32-1029-24 360A32-1029-26 360A32-1029-27 360A32-1029-28 360A32-1029-29 Part: assembly 360A32-1029-23: 360A32-1029-24: 360A32-1029-26: 360A32-1029-27: 360A32-1029-28: 360A32-1029-29: 360A32-1218-03. 360A32-1218-04. 360A32-1218-09. 360A32-1218-06.01. 360A32-1218-08.08 05-99-00 ATA 63-20 Page 2 .AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 63-20 Description.

AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 63-20 Description.01.08 05-99-00 ATA 63-20 Page 3 . documentation Part number TL LIMIT 63/20/00/000/000/135 MAIN BEVEL GEAR WHEEL 360A32-3256-25 360A32-3256-26 SLL 20000 H 63/20/00/000/000/160 FIRST REDUCTION PINION 365A32-4129-03 SLL 20000 H 63/20/00/000/000/180 DOUBLE PINION 365A32-4022-22 365A32-4022-23 365A32-7100-20 SLL 20000 H 63/20/00/000/000/230 FIXED RING GEAR 365A32-7035-20 SLL 20000 H 63/20/00/000/000/260 VERTICAL SUN GEAR SHAFT 365A32-7021-20 SLL 20000 H 63/20/00/000/000/266 VERTICAL SUN GEAR SHAFT 365A32-7021-22 365A32-7021-23 SLL 20000 H 63/20/00/000/000/275 FREEWHEEL SHAFT 365A32-5424-01 SLL 20000 H // 120000 U EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2009.

601 Check.00. CHK 10 H 63/20/00/000/000/525 HALF-GIMBAL JOINT 365A32-7110-00 365A32-7112-00 SLL 20000 H 63/20/00/000/000/545 GIMBAL JOINT RING 365A32-7114-00 365A32-7114-01 SLL 20000 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2009. 365A32-9011-00. 365A32-9013-00.00. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 63/20/00/000/000/320 PLANET GEAR 365A32-7023-20 365A32-7023-21 Part: assembly 365A32-7023-20: 365A32-7700-00/01/02.ELECTRICAL OR NON-ELECTRICAL MAGNETIC PLUG ALL MP/N MET 12.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 63-20 Description. 365A32-7023-21: 365A32-7700-03/04.08 05-99-00 ATA 63-20 Page 4 .01. SLL 20000 H 63/20/00/000/000/341 FIRST REDUCTION GEAR CASING 365A32-7108-00 SLL 20000 H 63/20/00/000/000/355 MGB .

08 05-99-00 ATA 63-30 Page 1 . SLL 20000 H 63/30/00/000/000/070 MGB SUSPENSION BAR FORWARD LH OR AFT RH 365A38-0130-00 Part: assembly 365A38-0130-00: 365A38-0130-00-01. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 63-30 SUPPORTS AND ATTACHMENTS 63/30/00/000/000/053 MGB SUSPENSION BAR FORWARD RH OR AFT LH 365A38-0130-01 Part: assembly 365A38-0130-01: 365A38-0130-01-01. SLL 20000 H 63/30/00/000/000/105 MGB SUPPORT DIAGONAL CROSS-MEMBER 365A38-3062-20 SLL 20000 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2009. SLL 20000 H 63/30/00/000/000/055 MGB SUSPENSION BAR FORWARD RH OR AFT LH 365A38-0130-03 Part: assembly 365A38-0130-03: 365A38-0130-13. 365A38-0130-10.01. SLL 20000 H 63/30/00/000/000/054 MGB SUSPENSION BAR FORWARD LH OR AFT RH 365A38-0130-02 Part: assembly 365A38-0130-02: 365A38-0130-12. 365A38-0130-11.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 63-30 Description.

1 These MP/NS cannot be mixed together.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 63-30 Description.1 Check.601 PARA. 3. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 63/30/00/000/000/116 MGB SUPPORT BAR 365A38-3014-02 MET 63.30. CHK 50 H 63/30/00/000/000/137 MGB SUPPORT BAR 365A38-3014-02 SLL 3000 H 63/30/00/000/000/160 MGB SUPPORT BAR 365A38-3045-00 SLL 1000 H 63/30/00/000/000/190 MGB SUSPENSION SUPPORT 365A38-3046-00 365A38-3046-01 SLL 20000 H 63/30/00/000/000/210 LAMINATED STOP E1T2611-21 E1T2611-31 579040 579059 MET 63.08 05-99-00 ATA 63-30 Page 2 . SLL 26100 U EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2009.601 PARA. 3. 366A32-1060-30: 366A32-1062-10.01.B.00. Not to be monitored in service.30. CHK 100 H 63/30/00/000/000/550 MGB BASE 366A32-1060-29 366A32-1060-30 Part: assembly 366A32-1060-29: 366A32-1062-09.A.00.

documentation Part number TL LIMIT 63/30/00/000/000/560 MGB BASE 366A32-1060-26 MET 63. CHK 55 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2009.01.1 Part: assembly 366A32-1060-26: 366A32-1062-06. Check.00.H.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 63-30 Description. 3. Operation to be performed from 7300 operating cycles of the new MGB or when the MGB has already been subjected to overhaul or reconditioning.30.601 PARA.08 05-99-00 ATA 63-30 Page 3 .

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AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 65-21 Description.14 05-99-00 ATA 65-21 Page 1 .12. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 65-21 TAIL GEARBOX 65/21/00/000/000/000 CENTER CONTROL SPIDER 365A33-2033-20 SLL 20000 H 65/21/00/000/000/010 CENTER CONTROL SPIDER 365A33-6112-00 365A33-6112-01 SLL 20000 H 65/21/00/000/000/025 INPUT PINION 365A33-6123-22 365A33-6123-24 SLL 9100 H 65/21/00/000/000/030 BEVEL GEAR WHEEL 365A33-6104-00 365A33-6104-01 365A33-6104-02 365A33-6104-03 SLL 20000 H 65/21/00/000/000/055 SLIDING FLANGE 365A33-6197-21 365A33-6197-22 SLL 9400 H 65/21/00/000/000/065 INPUT FLANGE 365A33-6196-21 365A33-6196-22 365A33-6196-23 365A33-6196-24 SLL 12800 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2007.

each flying hour logged without a protective plate shall be counted double.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 65-21 Description. 65/21/00/000/000/086 CONTROL ROD 365A33-6214-20 SLL 20000 H 65/21/00/000/000/106 CONTROL ROD 365A33-6145-20 SLL 20000 H 65/21/00/000/000/108 CONTROL ROD 365A33-6145-21 SLL 20000 H 65/21/00/000/000/115 INPUT CASING 365A33-6128-00 365A33-6128-01 For blades on which the optional OP61B33 has been embodied.12.14 05-99-00 ATA 65-21 Page 2 . should one or more polyurethane protective plates be lost. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 65/21/00/000/000/080 CONTROL ROD 365A33-6161-20 365A33-6161-21 Control rod not-airworthy. SLL 20000 H 65/21/00/000/000/120 CASING 365A33-6137-02 365A33-6137-03 SLL 20000 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2007.

14 05-99-00 ATA 65-21 Page 3 . each flying hour logged without a protective plate shall be counted double. should one or more polyurethane protective plates be lost. documentation Part number TL LIMIT 65/21/00/000/000/135 FLARED COUPLING TUBE 365A33-6141-20 365A33-6141-21 For blades on which the optional OP61B33 has been embodied. SLL 20000 H EASA Approved AS 365 N3 2007.AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS ATA 65-21 Description.12.

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