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A330

AIRCRAFT
MAINTENANCE
SCHEDULE

VIETNAM AIRLINES
TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT
200 NGUYEN SON - LONG BIEN - HA NOI

ISSUE 10 DATE: 25 JAN 2014; AMENDMENT 01 DATE:

06 SEP 2014

APPROVED BY: CIVIL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION OF VIETNAM

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- Can cir Luat Hang khong dan dung Viet Nam ngay 29106/2006;
- Can cir Quyet dinh 94/QD- TTg ngay 16/07/2009 cua Thu nrong Chinh phu
quy dinh chirc nang nhiem vu, quyen han va co d.u t6 chirc cua Cue Hang
khong Viet Nam;
- Can cir quy djnh cua BQ quy ch~ an toan hang khong dan dung linh virc tau
bay va khai thac tau bay ban hanh theo thong nr sf> Ol/2011/TT-BGTVT ngay
27/0112011 cua BQ Giao thong Van tai;
- Xet d~ nghi cua Tong Cong ty Hang khong Vi~t Nam tai cong van s5
1320/TCTHK-ATCL&AN,
ngay 18/09/2014;
- Xet d~ nghi cua Truong phong Tieu chuan an toan bay,
QUYETDINH
Di~u 1- Phe chuan Tai lieu "Chuong trinh bao dufrng may bay A330" phat
hanh 10, sua d6i 01 CAMS A330 PH 10 Sf) 01) cua T6ng Cong ty

Hang khong Viet Nam.

Dieu 2- Truong phong Tieu chuan an toan bay, T6ng Cong ty HKVN va thu
twang cac co quan don vi co lien quan chiu trach nhiem thi hanh quyet
dinh nay.

Dieu 3- Quyet dinh nay c6 hieu lire

N(Ji nh~n:

- T6ng Cong ty HKVN;


- Cue tnrong d~ bao cao
- Luu VT, TCA TB.

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Aircraft type: A330


AMS Amendment No: 01 Issue: 10 Date: 06/09/2014
In accordance with MPD revision 20 Issue 00 Date 01/09/2013

Vietnam Airlines ~'~

MAINTENANCE
Submitted

NO.: VNA-TE-F21
Issue No.: 03
Deie: Jul. 2009

SCHEDULE APPROVAL SUBMISSION (CERTIFICATION)

Department:

by: ~

FORM

Checked

Department:

by:

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NGUYEN CHIEN THANG


Compliance Statement:

TECHNICAL

DEPT.

Date:

SAFETY-QUALITY
AND
SECURITY DEPARTMENT

16/09/2014

This Maintenance Schedule complies with the manufacturer's


minimum maintenance and inspection requirements
Authority for the airframe, engine (on wing), systems, and components except wherein previously or hereby approved

Date:

and that requirements of the Airworthiness


by the Airworthiness Authority.

,
Signed

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Organisation:

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Schedule Amendment

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The above Maintenance Schedule/ Maintenance


approved with the following exception(s):

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A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE


RECORD OF AMENDMENTS
ALL AMENDMENTS TO THIS SCHEDULE WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED BY EITHER THE ORIGINATING
DOCUMENT FOR THE "MASTER SCHEDULE" AND "MASTER COPY" FOR SCHEDULE "COPY HOLDERS".
ENTER THE NUMBER IN NUMERICAL ORDER TOGETHER WITH THE DATE INSERTED AND THE
SIGNATURE OF THE PERSON AMENDING THIS SCHEDULE.

ISSUE NO.

ISSUE DATE

AMDT NO.

AMDT DATE

01

JAN. 2007

00

JAN. 2007

02

MAR. 2007

00

MAR. 2007

03

JUN.2008

00

JUN.2008

04

FEB.2009

00

FEB.2009

05

AUG. 2009

00

AUG. 2009

05

AUG. 2009

01

OCT. 2009

06

FEB. 2010

00

FEB. 2010

06

FEB. 2010

01

APR.2010

07

SEPT.2010

00

SEPT.2010

08

JAN.2011

00

JAN.2011

08
08
08
08
08

JAN. 2011
JAN. 2011
JAN. 2011
JAN. 2011
JAN. 2011

01
02
03
04
05

APR.2011
JUN.2011
AUG.2011
NOV.2011
FEB.2012

09
09
09

APR.2012
APR.2012
APR.2012

00
01
02

APR.2012
AUG.2012
JAN.2013

10
10

DEC/2013
DEC/2013

00
01

DEC/2013
SEP/2014

Issue 10 Amendment 01

INSERTED DATE

SIGNATURE

Date:06/09/2014

A330 Maintenance Schedule

SECTION0
SUMMARYOFCHANGES

A330 Maintenance Schedule

REASON FOR ISSUE 10 AMENDMENT 01


1. INSTRUCTIONS
This Amendment of Issue replaces A330 AMS Issue 10 Amendment 00 dated 01/12/2013
2. REASON FOR ISSUE 10 AMENDMENT 01
Revise AMS to add MSN 946VN-A383 in VNA A330-fleet

Date:06/09/2014ISSUE:10AMENDMENT:01

Page1

A330 Maintenance Schedule

SUMMARY OF CHANGES
1.SECTION 0
Reason of issue: New
2. SECTION 1
Revise General Introduction
3. SECTION 2
Revise Line maintenance check list
4. SECTION 3
Update ENG LLP list; Revise TCI list
5. SECTION 4
See SUMARY OF CHANGE AMS I10 A01 for detail.

Date:06/09/2014ISSUE:10AMENDMENT:01

Page1

SUMMARY OF CHANGES AMS A330 I10 A01

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

REV
CODE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

200001-08-1
200001-09-1
200007-02-2
212800-02-2
213100-05-2
233300-02-1
237300-10-1
242400-05-2
255100-01-1
255100-02-1
255100-08-1
255100-10-1
255100-19-1
261800-12-1
261800-13-1
262300-01-1
262300-04-2
271400-01-2
272100-18-1
272100-19-1
272200-01-2
272400-08-1
273400-01-1
274000-18-1
275100-01-1

26

275400-04-1

27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

275400-10-1
275400-11-2
278000-03-1
279000-09-2
279000-14-2
279000-15-1
279000-16-1
279000-20-1
282700-02-4
290000-01-1
291000-03-1
291000-04-1
291000-17-1
291000-19-1

41

291000-19-2

42
43
44
45

R
R
R
R

292000-06-1
316001-01-1
316001-03-1
316001-04-1

ITEM

AMS A330 I10 A01

AMS TASK NUMBER

DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 2C TO 36 MO
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 2C TO 36 MO
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 1C TO 18 MO
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 1000 FH TO 12000 FH
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 1C TO 18 MO
AMM update
APPCABILITY CHANGE FROM ALL TO 275, 294, 299, 366, 943,
962, 1019, 1256, 1266
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
AMM UPDATE
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 1C TO 18 MO
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 1C TO 18 MO
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 1C TO 18 MO
APPLICABILITY CHANGE FROM ALL TO 946
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 1A TO 900 FH
APPLICABILITY CHANGE FROM ALL TO 275, 294, 299, 366,
943, 962, 1019, 1256, 1266
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 1A TO 900 FH
IN
IN
IN
IN

APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY

MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
Page 1 of 10

SUMMARY OF CHANGES AMS A330 I10 A01


ITEM
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94

REV
CODE
D
R
R
R
R
R
D
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
N
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
D
D
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
D
R
D
R

AMS A330 I10 A01

AMS TASK NUMBER


321000-05-1
321100-02-1
321112-01-1
322100-04-1
323100-12-1
325100-02-1
341300-02-1
341300-05-1
342200-01-1
342200-02-1
342200-03-1
344100-01-1
344100-02-1
344800-01-1
345200-01-1
361251-01-4
381000-02-1
381000-03-1
521000-07-1
522200-09-1
524103-01-3S020
525111-07-1
525111-08-1
531106-01-5S020
531124-01-6S020
531125-01-5S020
531129-02-3S020
531130-01-3
531131-01-3
531131-02-3
531142-01-2
531142-01-2S100
531143-01-3S020
531144-01-3S020
531149-01-2S020
531152-01-1
531154-01-3S020
531158-01-2S020
531165-01-1
531172-02-1
531175-01-4S020
531186-01-1
531188-01-5
531189-01-3S020
531198-01-3S020
532101-01-2
532107-02-1
532117-01-3
532117-02-5

DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
TASK DELETED
AMM UPDATE
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
AMM UPDATE
IN APPCABILITY 299 REMOVED
AMM UPDATE
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
APPLICABILITY CHANGE TO ALL
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
NEW TASK
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 1C TO 18 MO
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 1C TO 18 MO
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
TASK DELETED
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
Page 2 of 10

SUMMARY OF CHANGES AMS A330 I10 A01


ITEM
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143

REV
CODE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
D
R
D
D
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
N
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
D
R
R
D
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
D
D
R
R

AMS A330 I10 A01

AMS TASK NUMBER


532124-02-1
532125-01-1
532129-01-3
532134-02-1
532138-01-1
532153-01-3
532156-01-4
532157-01-3
532166-01-3
533006-01-2
533009-01-2
533009-01-2S100
533013-01-5
533016-01-4S020
533019-01-2S020
533021-01-3
533035-01-2
533036-01-2
533101-01-9S020
533104-02-6
533106-01-5S020
533107-01-7S020
533109-01-2S020
533113-01-6
533114-01-5S020
533115-01-7
533126-01-6
533127-03-3
533154-01-6S020
533156-01-3
533164-01-4S020
533170-02-1
533181-01-7
533187-01-4
533193-02-1
533194-01-2
533195-02-2
533197-01-1
534102-01-5
534104-01-6
534105-01-6
534107-01-4
534108-01-2
534110-01-2
534120-01-4
534124-02-2
534126-01-2
534131-01-4
534140-01-1

DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY
TASK DELETED
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
NEW TASK
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
TASK DELETED
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY

MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED

MSN 946 ADDED

MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED

MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED

MSN 946 ADDED


MSN 946 ADDED
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED

MSN 946 ADDED


MSN 946 ADDED
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SUMMARY OF CHANGES AMS A330 I10 A01

144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164

REV
CODE
R
R
R
R
D
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

534143-01-4
534144-01-4
534156-01-1
534159-02-1
534177-01-3
535110-01-1
535118-01-1
535124-01-1
535127-01-3
535129-01-1
535130-01-1
535131-01-1
545101-02-2
545104-02-20
545106-01-2
545108-04-12
545118-02-2
545119-01-2
545122-01-2
545126-02-2
545126-02-2S100

IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED


IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
THRESHOLD CHANGED FROM: "20 YE", TO: "24 YE"
IN APPLICABILITY: 275, 962, 1019, 1256, 1266
REMOVED

165
166
167

R
R
R

545128-01-2
545129-01-3
545129-01-3S100

IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED


IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
THRESHOLD CHANGE FROM 26900 FC OR 87900 FH TO 21200 FC
OR 143500 FH
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM "8500 FC OR 27700 FH" TO "6700 FC
OR 45300 FH"

168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176

D
D
R
R
R
D
D
R
R

545139-02-7
545140-01-8
545140-02-14
545142-02-7
545146-03-5S020
545146-03-7S020
545146-03-7
545146-04-5S020
545150-02-2

TASK DELETED
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
TASK DELETED
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
THRESHOLD CHANGE FROM 26700 FC OR 81900 FH TO 24100 FC
OR 153600 FH
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM "6000 FC OR 18300 FH" TO "5400 FC
OR 34200 FH"

177
178
179
180
181

R
R
R
R
R

545150-02-7S020
545158-01-2
545160-01-1
545164-01-1
545168-02-13

R
R

545168-02-13S100
545174-02-5S100
545174-04-2

IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED


IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
THRESHOLD CHANGE FROM 50000 FH TO 60000 FH.
IN EFF 943, 946, 962, 1019, 1256, 1266 ADDED
IN APPCABILITY 943, 962, 1019, 1256, 1266 REMOVED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED

ITEM

182 R
183
184

AMS A330 I10 A01

AMS TASK NUMBER

DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

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SUMMARY OF CHANGES AMS A330 I10 A01

185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195

REV
CODE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
D
R
R
R

551001-01-1
551004-01-1
551008-01-9
551009-01-7
551011-01-1
551016-01-4S020
551019-01-4
551028-01-4
551028-02-4
551029-02-4
551600-01-1

IN APPLICABILITY MSN
IN APPLICABILITY MSN
IN APPLICABILITY MSN
IN APPLICABILITY MSN
IN APPLICABILITY MSN
IN APPLICABILITY MSN
IN APPLICABILITY MSN
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN
IN APPLICABILITY MSN
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM

196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232

D
R
R
R
R
R
R
D
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
D
D
R
R
R
R

552007-02-2
553020-01-1
553024-01-2
553026-01-2
554021-01-2
554023-01-2
571102-01-6S020
571103-02-4
571107-01-5S020
571108-01-9S020
571116-01-5S020
571118-01-9S020
571121-01-5S020
571122-01-8S020
571123-01-5
571125-01-7S020
571126-01-6
571129-01-6S020
571130-01-6
571133-01-5S020
571137-01-6S020
571144-01-6S020
571145-01-5S020
571146-02-7S020
571152-01-5S020
571153-01-2S100
571159-01-7S020
571164-01-2
572004-02-7S020
572007-01-7
572009-01-8S020
572009-02-4
572009-02-4S100
572009-02-8S020
572010-01-1
572010-02-9S020
572012-02-6S020

TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
TASK DELETED
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY

ITEM

AMS A330 I10 A01

AMS TASK NUMBER

DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
946
946
946
946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED

946 ADDED
946 ADDED
"18MO 8500 FH" TO "24 MO 10000 FH"

MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED

MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED

MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
Page 5 of 10

SUMMARY OF CHANGES AMS A330 I10 A01


ITEM
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281

REV
CODE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
D
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

AMS A330 I10 A01

AMS TASK NUMBER


572015-02-6S020
572016-02-9S020
572017-01-7S020
572018-01-9S020
572019-01-9S020
572023-02-8S020
572027-01-9S020
572029-01-8S020
572030-01-9S020
572032-01-9S100
572033-01-9S020
572034-01-8S020
572035-01-8S020
572036-01-8S020
572037-01-7S020
572039-01-9S020
572040-01-8S020
572043-01-9S020
572045-01-4
572046-01-9S020
572047-01-8S020
572049-01-9S020
572050-01-8S020
572051-01-10
572052-03-8S020
572054-01-1S100
572062-01-1
572063-01-9S020
572064-01-1
572065-01-6S020
572066-01-1
572067-03-7
572068-01-9S020
572069-01-10S020
572071-01-8S020
572073-01-8S020
572075-01-1
572081-01-14
572082-01-1S020
572083-01-1
572084-01-5S020
572090-02-1
572092-01-8S020
572093-01-4S020
572093-02-4S020
572094-01-9S020
572106-01-8S020
572106-02-4
572107-01-8S020

DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY

MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED

MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
Page 6 of 10

SUMMARY OF CHANGES AMS A330 I10 A01


ITEM
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330

REV
CODE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

AMS A330 I10 A01

AMS TASK NUMBER


572107-02-5
572108-02-9S020
572109-02-8S020
572110-01-9S020
572111-01-9S020
572119-02-5
572120-01-8S020
572121-01-9S020
572125-01-11S020
572125-02-9S020
572126-01-1
572126-02-8S020
572131-01-9S020
572133-01-9S020
572140-01-7S020
572141-01-7S020
572144-01-8S020
572148-01-9S020
572149-01-7S020
572151-01-1
572152-01-1
572153-01-10S020
572154-01-9
572155-01-1
572156-01-8S020
572158-01-9S020
572159-01-8S020
572161-01-1
572162-01-7S020
572163-01-1
572164-01-10S020
572165-01-10
572166-01-7S020
572171-02-1
572174-01-6S020
572180-01-9S020
572183-01-8S020
572183-02-8S020
572605-01-5S020
572606-01-8
572607-01-2S020
572608-02-2S020
572610-01-2
572610-02-8S020
572612-01-3
572612-02-9S020
572612-03-4S020
573001-01-10S020
573002-01-3S020

DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN

APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY
APPLICABILITY

MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
Page 7 of 10

SUMMARY OF CHANGES AMS A330 I10 A01

331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357

REV
CODE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

358

574404-03-2

359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

574404-03-2S100
574405-01-1
574501-01-1
574501-02-4
574504-01-1
574504-02-4
574505-01-1
574601-01-3
574601-02-1
574604-01-1
574604-02-3
574605-01-1
574701-01-1
574701-02-4
574704-01-1
574704-02-3
574704-03-1
574705-01-1
574801-01-1
574801-02-3

ITEM

AMS A330 I10 A01

AMS TASK NUMBER


573003-01-1
573003-02-8S020
573004-01-1
574101-01-1
574102-01-8S020
574103-02-4S020
574104-01-7S020
574105-01-7S020
574106-01-7S020
574107-01-2
574107-02-7S020
574109-02-5S020
574110-02-4S020
574111-01-7S020
574112-01-1
574114-03-5S020
574115-02-6S020
574116-01-7S020
574119-01-1
574301-01-3
574304-01-1
574304-03-2
574305-01-1
574307-01-1
574401-01-3
574401-02-1
574404-01-1

DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
AMM update
IN APPLICABILITY
AMM update
AMM UPDATE
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY
IN APPLICABILITY

MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED

MSN 946 ADDED

MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN
MSN

946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946
946

ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
ADDED
Page 8 of 10

SUMMARY OF CHANGES AMS A330 I10 A01

379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412

REV
CODE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

574804-03-2
574805-01-1
574901-01-1
574901-02-3
574904-01-1
574904-02-4S020
574905-01-1
575001-01-1
575002-01-1
575003-01-1
575004-01-1
575005-01-1
575006-01-1
575008-01-1
575010-01-7S020
575011-01-9S020
575012-01-7S020
575013-01-5S020
575015-02-3
575016-01-9S020
575017-01-8S020
575018-01-8S020
575022-01-4
575023-01-3S020
575025-01-8S100
575051-01-2
575054-01-1
575055-01-1
575057-01-2
575059-01-1
575063-01-3
575065-01-1
575067-01-2
575067-01-2S100

IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED


IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPCABILITY 943, 946, 962, 1019, 1256, 1266 ADDED
THRESHOLD CHANGE FROM " 22500 FC OR 67500 FH" TO "18200
FC OR 109200 FH"
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM "8500 FC OR 25500 FH" TO "6400 FC
OR 38400 FH"

413
414

R
R

575067-02-2
575067-02-2S100

IN APPCABILITY 943, 946, 962, 1019, 1256, 1266 ADDED


THRESHOLD CHANGE FROM " 22500 FC OR 67500 FH" TO "18200
FC OR 109200 FH"
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM "8500 FC OR 25500 FH" TO "6400 FC
OR 38400 FH"

415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422

R
D
R
R
R
R
R
R

575069-01-2
575401-02-1
575402-01-1
575403-01-1
575403-01-1S100
575404-03-2
575405-01-1
575405-02-1

IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED


TASK DELETED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
APPCABILITY CHANGE FROM 275 TO 294, 299, 366
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED

ITEM

AMS A330 I10 A01

AMS TASK NUMBER

DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE

Page 9 of 10

SUMMARY OF CHANGES AMS A330 I10 A01


ITEM
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459

REV
CODE
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
N
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
N
N
D
D
R
R
R
R

AMS A330 I10 A01

AMS TASK NUMBER


575407-01-1
575409-01-1
575503-01-1
575503-02-1
575505-01-1
575505-02-1
575507-01-1
575507-02-1
575509-01-1
575509-02-1
576103-01-1
576104-01-1
576105-01-1
576108-01-1
576113-01-1
576114-01-1
576114-02-1
576115-01-1
576117-01-1
576118-01-1
577003-01-1
577003-01-3
723300-P1-1
783200-P3-1
ZL-322-01-3
ZL-323-02-3
ZL-325-02-3
ZL-326-02-4
ZL-326-03-4
256500-01-1VNA
282500-01-VNA
533021-02-2
255100-20-1
242100-15-1
361251-01-3
361251-01-4
731000-P1-1

DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPCABILITY 943, 962, 1019, 1256, 1266 REMOVED
NEW TASK
APPCABILITY CHANGE FROM TO ALL. (NOTE IN DESCRIPTION)
INTERVAL CHANGE FROM 1C TO 18 MO
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
IN APPLICABILITY MSN 946 ADDED
NEW TASK
NEW TASK
TASK DELETED
TASK DELETED
REMOVE TASK FROM TCI CROSS REFERENCE TABLE
REMOVE TASK FROM TCI CROSS REFERENCE TABLE
REMOVE TASK FROM TCI CROSS REFERENCE TABLE
REMOVE TASK FROM TCI CROSS REFERENCE TABLE

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GENERAL INTRODUCTION
The Aircraft Maintenance Schedule (AMS) document is issued by VIETNAM AIRLINES to define the maintenance program
applicable to A330 aircraft shown on aircraft list (below). The AMS has been established to give a coordinated view of all tasks
periodically performed on airframe systems, structure or power plant in purpose of detecting or preventing any fault which could
affect the airworthiness of the aircraft. It contains maintenance tasks from the A330 Maintenance Planning Document (MPD)
Revision 20 date 01/Sep/2013 customized in accordance with VIETNAM AIRLINES:
-

National Requirements
General Maintenance Policy
Vendors Recommendations
Aircraft Definition (Basic version, model and modification status).

It is also kept updated by additions/ amendments/ or intervals arising from (if any) :
- In service experience
- Reliability Program Document
The following issues of the A330 major source documents are covered in this AMS Revision :
-

Maintenance Review Board Report (MRBR) Revision 14 dated JUN 13


ALS part 1 Safe Life Airworthiness Limitation Items Rev 07 date SEP 23/13
ALS Part 2 Damage Tolerant Airworthiness Limitation Items (DT ALI) Issue 19 dated 23 MAR 2012
ALS Part 3 Certification Maintenance Requirements (CMR) Rev 04 dated AUGUST 2013
ALS Part 4 Ageing Systems Maintenance (ASM) Rev 04 dated AUGUST 2013
ALS Part 5 Fuel Airworthiness Limitations (FAL) Rev 00 dated 16 NOV 2011
ETOPS CMP Document Issue 25 dated 28 MAY 2013
PW Engine Manual Chapter 5

The AMS is kept updated by additions or amendments from sources mentioned here in above and detailed in the
following section
Attention is drawn to the fact that although the Maintenance Planning Document will reflect all repetitive scheduled
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maintenance tasks promulgated by MRBR, ALS Parts, AOT, ISB, SIL, AD/CN, ..., it is the operators responsibility to adjust
their programs on receipt of the source document and not to wait until the amended A330 MPD revision has been published
This Maintenance Schedule is applicable to the following aircraft:
AIRCRAFT LIST
REGISTRATI
ON

MS
N

MODEL

VERSIO
N

ENGINE

APU

WV

WV GROUP

VN-A371

0275

A330-223

PAX

PW4168A

GTCP331

021

32A

VN-A372

0294

A330-223

PAX

PW4168A

GTCP331

021

32A

VN-A374

0299

A330-223

PAX

PW4168A

GTCP331

021

32A

VN-A375

0366

A330-223

PAX

PW4168A

GTCP331

021

32A

VN-A376

0943

A330-223

PAX

PW4168A

GTCP331

052

VN-A377

0962

A330-223

PAX

PW4168A

GTCP331

052

32E
32E

VN-A378

1019

A330-223

PAX

PW4168A
PW4170

GTCP331

052

32E

VN-A379

1256

A330-223

PAX

PW4170

052

32E

VN-A381

1266

A330-223

PAX

PW4170

GTCP331
GTCP331

052

32E

VN-A383

0946

A330-223

PAX

PW4168A

GTCP331

052

32E

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CONTENT
The A330 Aircraft Maintenance Schedule (AMS) defines all Requirements for scheduled maintenance. Unscheduled
maintenance such as lightning strike, hard landing inspection etc is performed i.a.w. Chapter 05 AMM.
The A330 Aircraft Maintenance Schedule (AMS) is divided into Sections 0 to 4.
Section 0 SUMMARY OF CHANGES
Section 1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION
Section 2 LINE MAINTENANCE CHECK
Section 3 SCHEDULED COMPONENTS MAINTENANCE
Section 4 SCHEDULED AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

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MAINTENANCE CHECKS INTERVAL
1. LINE MAINTENANCE CHECKS
PF
TR
TE
WY
ETOP
PDSC

Pre-Flight
Check:
Transit Check
Terminal
Check
(Daily Check )
Weekly Check

To be performed before each flight, but not earlier than 2 hours before the flight.
To be performed during each A/C transit if it doesnt exceed 36 calendar hours.
To be performed in principle every day and in any case interval must not exceed 36 hours
elapsed time.
To be performed every 7 calendar days or before the next flight if the aircraft has not flown
for more than 7 days.

ETOPS PreDeparture
Service Check

To be performed within 2-4 hours of ETOPS departure

2. A CHECK: To be accomplished every 800 flying hours.


A-Check and multiples : To be accomplished every 800 FH and multiples
3. C CHECK:
1C-Check

To be performed every 24 Months

2C-Check

To be performed every 42 Months

4C-Check

To be performed every 6 Years

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8C-Check
:
To be performed every 12 Years
4. Structure Section:
For the Structure section, the basic initial thresholds and intervals for environmental deterioration related items are as
follows:
Thresholds: 6 Years and 12 Years
Intervals: 6 Years and 12 Years
NOTE: Some calendar thresholds and intervals remain at 5 Years or 10 Years, pending further evolution.
Thresholds and intervals for fatigue damage related items are given in Flight Cycles (and Flight Hours for range sensitive
items).

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TASK INTERVAL FRAME:
Operational units (usage parameters)
- "FH" (Flight hours) : Elapsed time between wheel lift off and touchdown.
- "CY", FC (Flight Cycle) : A complete take off and landing sequence.
- "AH" (APU Hours) : APU operating hours. PU task intervals quoted in terms of APU HRS may be converted to another
usage parameter in accordance with conversion factor. APU hours multiply flight hours by 0.35; APU cycles multiply
APU hours by 1.00
- Battery Operating Hour: To calculate the Battery Operating Hour the following apply: 1 FH = 1.25 Battery Operating
Hour
Calendar units
- HR" (Hour) : One Calendar hour elapsed.
- "DY" (Day) : 24 Calendar hours elapsed.
- "MO" (Month) : One Calendar month.
- YE" (Year) : One Calendar year.
Other codes
- "NR" (National Requirement): Task known as being subject to national regulatory requirement.
- VR" (Vendor Recommendation): Interval value dependent on task vendor recommendation.
- "NT" (Note): Refer to the note at the task description.

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GENERAL RULES
The following rules, apply to the A330 maintenance program:
A.
The operator's manuals shall contain the details and responsibilities for accomplishing the maintenance identified by this
document.
B.

The overall reliability of the A330 will be monitored by each operator's system for continuous analysis and surveillance as
required by the operator's Regulatory Authority.

C.

Task intervals of tasks with source MRBR may be changed in accordance with operator's Regulatory Authority.
However, tasks with Failure Effect Category 5 and 8 must not be deleted from the operator's maintenance program. In this
respect, attention is drawn to the task origin (refer to MPD SOURCE column).

D.

Each operator should be aware of the various inspection techniques such as X-Ray, ultrasonic, eddy current, radio isotope,
which are available and described in the Non Destructive Testing Manual (NTM). The use of such techniques can be
developed to provide a valuable adjunct to the prescribed visual inspections. For any substitution of such inspection
technique, it must be ensured that the same damage size will be detectable by the proposed technique with, at least, the
same level of confidence.

E.

Items that are life limited will be removed from service according to the life limits stated in the appropriate section of the
engine or aircraft manufacturer's manuals. These sections are referenced in the aircraft "Type Certificate Data Sheet".

F.

Certification Maintenance Requirement tasks generated by systems safety assessment shall not be deleted from operators
maintenance program.
CMR** :
CMR* :

Task interval may be escalated by an operator, in accordance with an approved related program.
Task interval shall not be escalated by an operator.

G.

Tasks may be considered to conform to the requirements of the scheduled maintenance program if accomplished as part of
a Regulatory Authorities approved/accepted equivalent check/test by flight crew.

H.

It is the responsibility of each operator to adjust his own maintenance program in accordance with his National
Requirements and to comply with existing rules with respect to reporting to his Regulatory Authority and to the

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manufacturer events having effects on the continued airworthiness of the aircraft.
I.

Task interval parameters expressed in this MPD may be converted to an individual operators desired unit (flight hours,
cycles or calendar time) provided this conversion does not result in the operator exceeding the initial requirements of the
MPD.

J.

The maintenance clock does not stop while the aircraft is in maintenance condition. Although the aircraft does not collect
any FH or FC when being on ground, attention has to be given to tasks, where the interval is expressed in calendar time
(hours, days, month, year). All tasks that become due at the time of the maintenance visit have to be performed prior to
return to service. However, there is no need to repeat inspections during the check event. E.g. during a 4 weeks downtime,
tasks with interval 8 DY only need to be performed at the end of the check (return to service).

K.

The thresholds and intervals quoted in calendar time in this document include aircraft time in and out of service. In other
words, operators will not, in general, be allowed to take credit for time out of service or storage periods to extend calendar
inspection thresholds/intervals. Exceptions to this can be considered by Airbus Maintenance Engineering but will depend
on variables such as time duration, aircraft age, environment and where aircraft was in maintenance cycle. Specific advice
can be given by Airbus Maintenance Engineering on a case-by-case basis if relevant aircraft details are provided.

L.

The reapplication of all protective materials (e.g. Temporary Protection Systems (TPS), paints etc.) Shall be carried out
following their removal to perform the inspection/maintenance task.

M.

The CMP (ETOPS) document, reference AI/EA5000, is the authoritative document for mandatory ETOPS Maintenance
Standards. Where maintenance task intervals in the CMP are more restrictive than required in the MRBR, these overrule
those in the MRBR. Where the MRBR task interval is more frequent than required by the CMP, the MRBR value remains
valid until the operator justifies escalation (the CMP interval acts as an upper limit to the escalation). Maintenance tasks,
which become obsolete due to an authorized configuration change are not applicable.
Any fairings, panels, doors or other items which are removed/opened to gain access for maintenance tasks must also be
inspected for general condition with a minimum level of GVI before reassembly/refitting.
Operators shall report any findings to the manufacturer via the inspection reporting system on AirbusWorld/Maintenance
and Engineering/Prepare Maintenance/Optimize maintenance management/Optimize maintenance program/Report my
check records.

N.
O.

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MAINTENANCE CLOCK STARTING POINT


Unless otherwise specified by AIRBUS in the documentation of an aircraft at time of first delivery, the starting point for
calculation of the due dates or times of all aircraft maintenance tasks is identified in the following paragraphs.
A. General rule
The date of first Transfer of Title (ToT) may be used as the starting point for the following:
Systems / Power Plant tasks with intervals expressed in airframe FH, FC or Calendar Time (except as identified in
paragraph 2. Specific guidance)
Structure tasks with an interval quoted in Calendar Time
Zonal tasks
NOTE: This may not be valid if the first ToT occurs more than 90 days after first flight. In this situation specific guidance
may be given to the operator at time of delivery. If details are not available to subsequent operators then any task that has
not yet been accomplished shall be conservatively planned with reference to first flight date.
First flight shall be used for all structure tasks with an interval quoted in FH, FC or LDGS.
Tasks with intervals quoted in terms of component FH or component FC (e.g. APU Hours, Engine Cycles, ACT FH) shall
be counted from First Flight of the component.
The time to start the clock for tasks with applicability determined by post-delivery modification embodiment is the date of
embodiment.
B. Specific guidance
- For ALS Part 1 (SL-ALI) items : Limitations quoted in Calendar Time, FC, LDGS or FH count from first flight after
installation
- For ALS Part 2 (DT-ALI) tasks:
o The threshold is the time at which the maintenance task is first due.
Threshold limitations quoted in FC or FH count from first flight.
Threshold limitations quoted in Calendar Time may be counted from the Transfer of Title to the first operator
o For repeat maintenance tasks, the interval usage parameter (Calendar Time, FC or FH) is counted from the time the
task was previously performed.
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o In cases where the first maintenance is accomplished very early, the next inspection can be performed at the
threshold if the period (Calendar Time, FC or FH) between initial task accomplishment and the threshold is greater
than the interval
o When alternative inspection methods are provided, the next interval applicable is the one associated with the
inspection method used at the previous inspection.
o "Touch and Go" cycles can be neglected if they are less than 5% of the total number of Flight Cycles up to threshold
inspection or between two consecutive inspections. Each "Touch and Go" cycle above 5% is to be counted as one
Flight Cycle, up to threshold inspection or between two consecutive inspections.
For ALS Part 3 (CMR) tasks:
o Limitations quoted in FH or Calendar Time may be counted from the Transfer of Title to the first Operator. This
policy is agreed with EASA in Consideration of the very low number of FH performed between first flight and
delivery, and the methodology used to define the value of CMR task limitations.
o Limitations quoted in FC count from first flight.
For ALS Part 4 (ASM) tasks:
o Limitations controlled at aircraft level and quoted in Calendar Time count from the Transfer of Title to the first
operator.
o Limitations controlled at aircraft level and quoted in FH, FC or LDGS count from first flight.
o Limitations controlled at component/subassembly level and quoted in Calendar Time, FH, FC or LDGS count from
the date at which the component/item accomplishes the first flight for which it will undertake its intended function.
For ALS Part 5 (FAL) tasks:
o Limitations quoted in Calendar Time may be counted from the Transfer of Title to the first operator.
o Limitations quoted in FH or FC count from first flight.
For an overhauled landing gear or a new landing gear installed after first Transfer of Title: the start date for
Calendar Time tasks is the date of the gears first flight after installation. If this first flight takes place more than 90 days
after installation contact Airbus Maintenance Programs Engineering front desk: Sched.Maint@airbus.com
For equipment having intervals defined by the vendor (VR) or by National Requirements (NR) : the starting point is
the date of manufacture or date of overhaul (for Calendar Time tasks) or the first flight for which it will undertake its
intended function (for FH and FC tasks) unless otherwise stated by vendor or National Authority.
For components addressed by Airworthiness Directive (AD):as stated in the AD.

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- For components that are transferred between aircraft: If the required task on the transferred component is performed
as part of the installation process, then the next performance of the task counts from the installation date. Otherwise:
o For system and structural components transferred between aircraft, the threshold for Calendar Time tasks is counted
from either the date at which the aircraft to which it was originally fitted had its first Transfer of Title (if applicable)
or, for a new component installed after delivery, the date at which the component accomplishes its first flight.
o For structural components transferred between aircraft, the threshold for FH, FC or LDGS tasks is counted from the
date at which the component accomplishes its first flight.
o For system components transferred between aircraft, the threshold for FH and FC tasks is counted from either the
date at which the aircraft to which it was originally fitted had its first Transfer of Title (if applicable) or, for a new
component installed after delivery, the date at which the component accomplishes its first flight.
Summary:
Source
SYSTEM
MRBR STRUCTURE
ZONAL
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4 (aircraft
ALS level)
Part 4
(component
level)
Part 5
LDG overhaul or
installation of new gear
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Calendar Time
TOT
TOT
TOT
1st Flight
TOT
TOT

Flight Hours
TOT
1st Flight
TOT
1st Flight
1st Flight
TOT

Flight Cycles or
Landings
TOT
1st Flight
TOT
1st Flight
1st Flight
1st Flight

TOT

1st Flight

1st Flight

1st Flight
TOT

1st Flight
1st Flight

1st Flight
1st Flight

1st Flight after installation

N/A

1st Flight

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after first TOT
Date of Manufacture or
Date of Manufacture or
Overhaul*
Overhaul*
NR, VR
See AD
See AD
AD
* Unless otherwise stated in vendor or National Authority documentation

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IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD
A. GENERAL
The IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD is a Grace period for the first time accomplishment of new tasks added to a Maintenance
Program of an aircraft already in service in case there is no specific note of compliance date.
The following paragraphs suggest Implementation Periods for the tasks originating from the various MPD source documents.
The Implementation Period, often referred to as a Grace period, is to assist with first time accomplishment of new tasks
added to a maintenance program of an aircraft already in service.
B. AD/CN
The compliance date is identified in the AD/CN.
C. Airworthiness Limitations Items (ALI) ALS Part 2
ALI grace periods must be handled on a case by case basis, using specific utilization data from concerned aircraft. It would be
ensured that there do not exceed the limitation without prior agreement with the manufacturer, the local airworthiness
authority and the certificating authority. In exceptional circumstances an ALI may be issued which is already overdue on a
particular aircraft. In such cases Vietnam Airlines will contact manufacture (Airbus) to provide guidance for specific advice.
D. Certification Maintenance Requirements (CMR) ALS Part 3
In theory, a CMR cannot be added, or an existing CMR made more restrictive, to an in-service aircraft. All CMRs should be
published before the subject design feature enters service, whether this is on the basic aircraft or as a result of a modification.
If delays occur in CMR document approval it is possible that a CMR becomes valid after EIS. In this case, the CMR
document transmittal letter will advise an appropriate grace period before first time accomplishment.
E. Aging System Maintenance (ASM) ALS Part 4
ALS Part 4 tasks are being established in order to allow operation of aircraft systems beyond their original qualification.
Beyond this point, ageing effects may affect the characteristics leading to an increased potential for failure. The Part 4 of the
Airworthiness Limitations Section (ALS) therefore contains the maintenance actions together with their limitation to help to
qualify the systems for continued operation
F. Fuel Airworthiness Limitation Items (FAL) ALS Part 5
On aircraft that have already exceeded the task threshold, It is recommended that the FAL tasks are performed at the
operator's next scheduled structural inspection at 6 YE or 12 YE.
G. MRB Report and MRB Report Temporary Revision (TR)
MRB Report (MRBR) tasks arise from a theoretical analysisof the aircraft prior to entry into service. Tasks are categorized
according to whether they are associated with hidden or evident conditions and according to their contribution to the
avoidance of safety and non safety related failure effects. These categories give an idea of 'importance' or 'criticality' (FEC 5,
8, 9, 6 and 7 decreasing order of importance) and allow a different grace period policy to be established for different groups.
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Depending on Vietnam Airlines qualifications and overall VAECO maintenance experience, adjustments to initial
maintenance program tasks and intervals shall be approved by CAAV.
Vietnam Airlines suggest that a local guideline could be as follows:
- For all A and A multiple tasks (including those quoted in an equivalent FH/FC/Calendar Time parameter):
Perform at the next A-Check. This might not be the next A-Check (for which the planning may be completed) but it
would be expected in the following one.
- For all former C and 2C tasks (18 MO, 24 MO, 10000 FH, 42 MO, 20000 FH & 48 MO tasks) or equivalent
threshold/interval: Perform at the next C-Check. This might not be the next C-Check (for which the planning may be
completed) but it would be expected in the following one.
NOTE: If task elapsed time is short and any possible corrective action is easily addressed, first performance of at least the
FEC 5 and 8 tasks in the next convenient Acheck package.
NOTE: L/HIRF ATA 20 tasks (listed in MRB Appendix 9) should be scheduled as a priority in the next CCheck.
- For 4C and 8C tasks (including those quoted in an equivalent FH/FC/Calendar Time parameter):
Perform at the next C-Check or next equivalent check.
NOTE: It is recognized that in some cases access is not available at the C/2C opportunity, for example, fuel tank entry,
galley or lavatory removal. In these cases, unless stated otherwise in the MRB Report transmittal letter, Airbus
recommends accomplishment at the next 4C check.
- For CPCP related tasks
A revised CPCP requirement is normally associated with corrosion findings. In case of overruns, the concerned operator
needs to consider his local operating conditions in order to assess the potential for corrosion in this area on his particular
aircraft. It is recommended to perform the task as soon as possible on at least one aircraft in the fleet in order to help make
this assessment. Delay in accomplishment may lead to higher repair costs but not a loss of continued airworthiness. Note
that if a safety concern exists, a new CPCP task recommendation on an inservice aircraft would be promulgated by ISB
(and possibly CN/AD) in addition to inclusion in the MRB Report.
- For EWIS related tasks
On aircraft that have already exceeded the task threshold, Airbus recommend that the EWIS tasks are performed at the
operator's next convenient check opportunity unless access is assessed as insufficient to perform the task without
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exceeding the scheduled out-of-service period. In this case, the task should be performed at the next suitable access
opportunity (e.g. a structural inspection at 6 YE or 12 YE) but not exceeding the task interval counting from the MRBR.
H.

I.

Inspection Service Bulletins / All Operator Telexes


As for AD, these documents normally include a recommended compliance time. Where this is not stated, it is recommended
that Vietnam Airlines follows the same guidance as for the MRB Report.
Service Information Letters
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PERMITTED VARIATIONS TO MAINTENANCE PERIODS
Vietnam Airlines may vary the periods described by this Maintenance Schedule provided such variations are within the
limits defined below.
Variations shall be permitted only when the periods prescribed by this Maintenance Schedule (or documents m support of
this Maintenance Schedule) cannot be complied with due to circumstances which could not have reasonably been foreseen by
Vietnam Airlines.
The decision to vary any of the prescribed periods shall be taken only by the Chief Inspector/Quality Manager or person of
equivalent status on behalf of Vietnam Airlines.
item controlled by flying hours
5000 flying hours or less
more than 5000 flying hours

maximum variation of the prescribed


period
10%
500 flying hours

item controlled by calendar maximum variation of the prescribed


time
period
1 year or less
10% or 1 month whichever is the lesser
More than 1 year but not 2 months
exceeding 3 years
more than 3 years
3 months
item
controlled
landing/cycles
500 landing/cycles or less

by maximum variation of the prescribed


period
5% or 25 landing/cycles, whichever is the
lesser.
more than 500 landing/cycles
5% or 250 landings/cycles, whichever is
the lesser.
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NOTES :
1)
2)
3)
4)

Tolerances may not be cumulated.


Tolerances are not allowed for items related to ALIs , LLP, CMR , ASM, FAL, AD/CN,
If Permitted Variations is used for ETOPS Tasks (task with note CMP task), this Aircraft must be downgrate to NON
ETOPS till performance of the task.
For the ECO task Tolerances is 20%.

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METHOD OF NEXT DUE CALCULATION :
When determine the next due of a check, use the following method:

Due

CRS
date

Next Due

CRS
date

- If CRS date is after Due Date, then the Next Due = Due + Interval
- If CRS date is before Due Date, then the Next Due = CRS + Interval

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FORMAT LAYOUT DESCRIPTION
A GENERAL

The schedule maintenance tasks are shown in a table of 7 columns. Each task is identified by a specific "Task
Number". The total information recorded under a task number is called "Item".
DEFINITION OF TERMS
(1) REVISION column
A letter code gives the status of the item at the date of issuance :
N
R
D
Blank

: New
: Revised
: Deleted
: No change

(2) ITEM NUMBER Column.


a) General rules :
The Item Number is built as written in the A330 Maintenance Planning Document and ATA 100 specification
and has following format :

with

XX-YYY-YY
XX
= ATA chapter
YYY-YY = MPD sequence number

(3) ZONE Column

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A Number of three digits identifying the area where the system, part or equipment covered by the item is
located, in compliance with the A330 zoning system.
The zone allocation has been made according to the following rules :
a) If the task involves only one zone, the relevant zone number is indicated
b) If the task involves several zones for access, action and result, the most appropriate zone number is
indicated.
c) If the zone number cannot be determined, the number "000" is indicated.
(4) DESCRIPTION Column
This column provides the following information :
a)
b)
C)

Task description
Gives a concise description of the test or inspection to be performed.
Task preparation (if applicable).
Specifies the preliminary steps to be performed prior the maintenance task itself.
Specifies the identifiers of the access panels, lining or doors to be opened or removed for
accomplishment of the task.

(5) INTERVAL and THRESHOLD Column


This information gives a specific value of an operational parameter or of a letter code defining the maximum
time that can separate two complete accomplishments of the task and the first accomplishment of the task.
(6) REFERENCES Column
This column provides references of the task in the A330 Aircraft Maintenance Manual.

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(7) EFFECTIVITY Column
The information given in this column defines the aircraft on which the task is applicable:
- "ALL" indicates that the task is applicable to all aircraft in the A330 fleet.
- Serial number indicates that the task is applicable to this particular aircraft in A330 fleet.\
- For Task with the NOTE: TASK COMPONENT RELATED the effectivity is shown as ALL, because
the component is changeable and can replaced with another P/N.
UP-DATING
Revision of subject document will be done as follows :
Revision amendment list shall provide the modifications brought since the last revision with a short description of
the technical background of this change.
Urgent items will be handled separately with a yellow form (Temporary Revision).
In case of cancellation of an item within a given sub-chapter, the item number should be retained and the letter "D"
is indicated in revision column. On the next revision, it would be no more present.

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GLOSSARY
01.

GENERAL DEFINITIONS
THRESHOLD

The specific value of a usage parameter (flight cycles, flight hours, etc) at which
the first inspection of some particular level or method should be conducted.

REPEAT INTERVAL

The maximum permitted period for all tasks not performed on a sampling basis that
can separate total completion of a task from its next accomplishment.

MAINTENANCE TASK

An action or set of actions required to achieve a desired outcome which maintains


an item (component, system/sub-system, structure) in or restores an item to
serviceable condition. This term includes inspection and determination of condition.

Item identified by the manufacturer, whose failure:


- Could affect safety (ground or flight), and/or
MAINTENANCE SIGNIFICANT
- Is undetectable during operation, and/or
ITEM (MSI)
- Could have significant operational economic impact, and/or- Could have significant non-operational economic impact.
STRUCTURE SIGNIFICANT
ITEM (SSI)

A structural detail, structural element or structural assembly which is judged


significant by the manufacturers because of the reduction in aircraft residual
strength or loss of structural function which are consequences of its failure.

DISCARD (DIS)

The removal from service of an item at a specified life limit

RESTORATION

That work (on/off the aircraft) necessary to return the item to a specific standard.

REPLACEMENT

The action whereby an item is removed and another new or restored item is installed
in its place.

SERVICING
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02.

SYSTEMS TASK DEFINITIONS :

CHECK

Task performed to ensure that a system or component is still serviceable (check of


bottle weight, check of firing circuit continuity, etc) or that pressures or fluid
levels are correct.

VISUAL CHECK ( VC )

A visual check is an observation to determine that an item is fulfilling its intended


purpose.Does not require quantitative tolerances. This is a failure finding task.

DETAILED VISUAL
INSPECTION (DVI)

An intensive visual examination of a specified detail, assembly, or installation. It


searches for evidence of damage or irregularity using adequate lighting and, where
necessary, inspection aids such as mirrors, hand lens, etc. Surface cleaning and
elaborate access procedures may be required.

FUNCTIONAL CHECK ( FUC )

A quantitative check to determine if one or more functions of a system/sub-system


or component performs, within specified limits. This task may call for the use of
special test equipment.

OPERATIONAL CHECK
OPC )

A task to determine that an item is fulfilling its intended purpose. Do not require
quantitative tolerances. This is a failure finding task.

LUBRICATION (LUB)

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Term covering all types of lubrication (grease gun, squirt can, spray, brush or hand
application) for the purpose of maintaining the inherent design operating capabilities
of an item.

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03.

STRUCTURAL AND ZONAL TASKS DEFINITIONS :

GENERAL VISUAL
INSPECTION ( GVI )
DETAILED INSPECTION ( DI )

SPECIAL DETAILED
INSPECTION ( SDI )

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A visual inspection that will detect obvious unsatisfactory conditions/discrepancies


in structure and system/powerplant installations. This type of inspection may require
removal of fillets, fairings, access panels, doors, etc, to gain access and the use of
ladders, workstands, etc, may be required to gain proximity.
An intensive visual examination of a specified detail, assembly, or installation . A
potential failure finding task.
An intensive check of a specific location requiring some special technique such as
nondestructive test techniques, dye penetrant, high-powered magnification, etc
and that may require disassembly procedures.

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04.

CORROSION LEVEL DEFINITIONS :

LEVEL 1 CORROSION

Corrosion occurring between successive inspections that is local and can be reworked/blended-out within manufacturers allowable limits (e.g. SRM, SB, etc.).
OR
Corrosion occurring between successive inspections exceeds allowable limit but is
local and can be attributed to an event not typical of operator usage of other aircraft
in the same fleet (e.g. Mercury spill).
OR
Operator experience over several inspections has demonstrated only light corrosion
between each schedule inspections but the latest inspection and cumulative blendout now exceed allowable limit.
The terms local corrosion and light corrosion are model specific and will be
determined by the manufacturer and published in appropriate maintenance
documents.

LEVEL 2 CORROSION

Corrosion occurring between successive inspections that requires a single rework/blend-out which then exceeds allowable limits, requiring a
repair/reinforcement, or complete or partial replacement of a PSE, or other
structure listed in the Baseline Program.
OR
Corrosion occurring between successive inspections, that is widespread and
requires a single blend-out approaching allowable rework limits.

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Corrosion found during the first or subsequent inspections, which is determined
(normally by the operator) to be an urgent airworthiness concern, requiring
expeditious action.
LEVEL 3 CORROSION

05.

Note : When LEVEL 3 corrosion is found, consideration should be given to action


required on other airplanes in the operator's fleet. Details of the corrosion
finding and planned action(s) should be expeditiously reported to the
appropriate regulatory authority.

COMPONENT TASKS CODE DEFINITIONS :


O = OVERHAUL

Overhaul of a component according to the Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) or the


detailed description of this task code in the CMM.

R = REPAIR

Repair or partial overhaul of the component according to the detailed description of this task
code in the CMM.

B = BENCH

Test of a component to verify, whether the component characteristics meet the requirement
specified under Testing in the CMM or the detailed description of this task code in the
CMM.

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ABBREVIATIONS
The following abbreviations are used through out the present document :
A/C
:
Aircraft
AC
:
Alternating Current
AC
:
APU Change
ACMS
:
Aircraft Condition Monitoring System
AD
:
Airworthiness Directive
EAD
:
EASA Airworthiness Directive
FAD
:
FAA Airworthiness Directive
ADF
:
Automatic Direction Finder
AFT
:
Rear
AH
:
APU Operating Hours
AIB
:
Airbus
AMM
:
Aircraft Maintenance Manual
AMTOSS
:
Aircraft Maintenance Task Oriented Support System
AOL
:
All Operators Letter
AOT
:
All Operator Telex
AOW
:
All Operator Wire
APU
:
Auxiliary Power Unit
ASM
:
Ageing Systems Maintenance
ATA
:
ATA Specification
ATT
:
Attitude
BAT
:
Battery
BCL
:
Battery Charge Limiter
BCRC
:
Bulk Crew Rest Compt.
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CESM
CFMI
CMR
CN
COMPT
CPCP
CRR
CSU
CVR
CY

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Commercial Engine Service Memorandum


CFM International
Certification Maintenance Requirements
Consigne de Navigabilit (French Airworthiness Directive)
Compartment
Corrosion Prevention and Control Program
Crew Rest Room
Command Sensor Unit
Cockpit Voice Recorder
Cycle

D
DC
DFDR
DI
DS
DY
EC
ECAM
EDP
ELT
EMER
EMP
EXTIR
FAA
F-BCRC

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Deleted
Direct Current
Digital Flight Data Recorder
Detailed Inspection
Discard
Day
Engine Change
Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring
Engine Driven Pump
Emergency Locator Transmitter
Emergency
Engine Management Plan (RR engines)
Extinguisher
United States Federal Aviation Administration
Full Bulk Crew Rest Compartment

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FC
FC
FCOM
FCRC
FH
FWD
GCU
GLC
GPCU
GPWS
GSE
GRP x
GVI
HDG
HIRF
HR
IDG
INTRO
IOR
ISB
ISIS
LD
LD
LDF
LDL

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Flight Cycle
Functional Check
Flight Crew Operating Manual
Flight Crew Rest Compt.
Flight Hours
Forward
Generator Control Unit
Generator Line Contactor
Ground Power Control Unit
Ground Proximity Warning System
Ground Support Equipment
Weight variant group x
General Visual Inspection
Heading
High Intensity Radiated Fields
Hour
Integrated Drive Generator
Introduction
Immediate Operational Request
(Inspection) Service Bulletin
Integrated Stand By Instrument System
Landing
Lower Deck
Lower Deck Facility
Lower Deck Lavatory
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LDMCR
LEP
LGCIU
LH
LU
LTA
LWR
MAN
MCDU
MH
MO
MOD
MPD
MPG
MRB
MSG
MSI
MSN
N
NDT
NR
NT
NTM
P-BCRC
PCU

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List of Effective Pages
Landing Gear Control and Interface Unit
Left Hand
Lubrication
German Airworthiness Directive
Lower
Manufacturer Advisory Notice (PW engines)
Multipurpose Control and Display Unit
Man hours
Month(s)
Modification
Maintenance Planning Document
Maintenance Planning Guide (PW engines)
Maintenance Review Board
Maintenance Steering Group
Maintenance Significant Item
Manufacturer Serial Number
New
Non Destructive Testing
National Requirements
Note
Non Destructive Testing Manual
Partial Bulk Crew Rest Compartment
Power Control Unit
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POB
PREP
QAD
R
RH
RII
RMP
RR
RS
RSVR
S
SIL
SOV
SRM
SSI
SYS
SV
TBD
TCAS
THS
TOC
TPIS
TPS
TR
UD

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Preparation
Quick Attach Detach
Revised
Right Hand
Required Inspection Items
Radio Management Panel
Rolls Royce
Restoration
Reservoir
Sampling Size
Service Information Letter
Shut off Valve
Structure Repair Manual
Structure Significant Item
System
Servicing
To be determined
Traffic Collision Avoidance System
Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer
Table of Content
Tire Pressure Indication System
Temporary Protection System
Temporary Revision
Upper deck
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ULB
:
Underwater Locating Beacon
VR
:
Vendor Recommendation
VC
:
Visual Check
VCC
:
Video Control Center
VHF
:
Very High Frequency
YE
:
Year
EASA AD, FAA AD, CN
:
Task originated by an Airworthiness Directive.
ALI
:
Task originated by Airworthiness Limitation Items document (ALS Part 2).
ASM
:
Task originated by Ageing Systems Maintenance document (ALS Part 43).
FAL
:
Task originated by Fuel Airworthiness Limitations document (ALS Part 5).
ISB, VSB
:
Task originated by an Inspection Service Bulletin (ISB), Vendor Service Bulletin (VSB).
SIL, AOT
:
Task originated by Service Information Letter (SIL), All Operator Telex (AOT).
MRB
:
Task originated from the MRB Report.
For tasks resulting from a system/power plant analysis, the
three letters "MRB" are followed by the corresponding
Functional Failure Effect category (5 9).
5 : Evident Safety
6 : Evident Operational
7 : Evident Economic
8 : Hidden Safety
9 : Hidden Non Safety
CMP
:
Task originated by CMP (Configuration Maintenance and
Procedures) AI/EA 5000. This document lists the standards for ETOPS.
CMR
:
Task is a Certification Maintenance Requirement (ALS Part 3).
Its interval cannot be escalated by an Operator. Cannot be deleted from operator maintenance
program.
MAN
:
Task originated by a Maintenance Advisory Notice (for PW engines).
CPCP
:
Task originating from Corrosion Prevention and Control Program.
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SAMPLING PROGRAM
A. INTRODUCTION
The Sampling Program is designed to detect systematic deterioration caused by the environment and/or fatigue, on
a group of aircraft selected from those which have the highest age within a considered fleet.
The Sampling Program is applicable to both Fatigue Damage (FD) and Environmental Deterioration (ED) SSIs,
where the deterioration, should it occur, is considered as being progressive with age or operating usage. SSIs
which are susceptible to Accidental Damage (AD) are not considered for the Sampling Program.
Structure inspections fall into the following 3 categories:
100%
Fatigue tasks where calculation and/or test indicate a high fatigue sensitivity, are not selected for sampling. These
tasks have a 100% threshold only. e.g. SSI 531154-01-2
Fatigue or corrosion tasks where accidental damage is likely, are not selected for sampling. These tasks have
a 100% threshold only. e.g. SSI 534139-01-3
Corrosion tasks where in-service experience indicates that damage is likely are not selected for sampling. These
tasks have a 100% threshold only. e.g. SSI 533191-01-1
100% + SAMPLING
Fatigue tasks where calculation and/or test indicate a medium fatigue sensitivity, are selected for sampling. These
tasks have a sampling threshold and a 100% threshold. All aircraft not inspected as sampling aircraft must be
inspected at the 100% threshold. e.g. 533104-01-3
Corrosion tasks where in-service experience indicates that damage is not likely are selected for sampling. These
tasks have a sampling threshold. All aircraft not inspected as sampling aircraft must be inspected at the 100%
threshold (20 years). e.g. 545126-02-1
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Fatigue tasks where calculation and/or test indicate a low fatigue sensitivity, are selected for sampling. These
tasks have a sampling threshold only. e.g. 574804-02-4
Based on the results of Sampling Program inspections:
In case of findings, each operator should take appropriate corrective actions, such as change of program
concept to 100%, decrease of interval, application of TPS etc....
In case of no findings, the current inspection program continues to apply.
B. SELECTION OF AIRCRAFT FOR SAMPLING PROGRAM
For each operator, the Sampling Program inspections are to be performed on the oldest 1/5 of the operator's A330
aircraft. The oldest aircraft are defined as the aircraft with the highest age in years since their initial manufacturer's
delivery date.
For operators with more than one aircraft type in their fleet, e.g. A330 and A340, the Sampling Program aircraft
must be determined per aircraft type, e.g. 1/5 of the oldest A330 aircraft + 1/5 of the oldest A340 aircraft.
For operators with more than one weight variant group in their fleet, the Sampling Program aircraft have to be
determined per weight variant group, e.g. 1/5 of the oldest Group 33A aircraft and 1/5 of the oldest Group 33B
aircraft.
If the 1/5 sample of the operators aircraft is not a whole number of aircraft, the number is to be decreased to the
next lowest whole number.
A minimum of one aircraft per operator must be selected for the Sampling Program. The maximum number of
aircraft to be sampled per operator is 5 aircraft per aircraft type even if the total fleet size would lead to a higher
number applying the 20% rule.
NOTE: Operators operating the same aircraft type in similar operational conditions and having established
common rules acceptable to each operators' Airworthiness Authority may combine their fleets to form one
fleet for the Sampling Program. A minimum of one aircraft must be selected from each operator in the group,
if not already selected by the above rule.

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Any aircraft in a fleet is protected by the respective sample aircraft of this operators fleet. If a non-sampling
aircraft would be integrated into a new operators fleet it could become a sampling aircraft. However, no
retroactive maintenance is required i.e. all inspections are to be performed at their next due.
Example: An aircraft which was not a sample A/C is 7 years old has been acquired by another operator. All
inspections with an interval of 6 YE would be due at the next 6 YE check; which is 12 YE after entering service.
Any significant changes to an operator's fleet will require a review of the Sampling Program aircraft. This includes
buying and/or selling aircraft and retiring aircraft from the fleet. Operators may contact Airbus for advice in the
selection of the Sampling Program aircraft.
The momentary selected aircraft are as follows :
Operator

MSN

WV
REG
Sampling A/C
GROUP
Vietnam Airlines
275
32A
VN-A371
VN-A371
For A/C belong to the group 32E (VN-A376 MSN 943; VN-A377 MSN 962; VN-A378 MSN 1019; VNA379 MSN 1256; VN-A381 MSN 1266; VN-A383 MSN 946) all effect tasks are to be inspected at the
Sample Threshold/Interval due to requirement of LESSOR
C. ARRANGEMENT OF INSPECTIONS
For the selected A/C, the inspections commence at the Sample Threshold and continue at each subsequent repeat
interval.
The selected Sampling Program aircraft are to be inspected at the Sample Threshold.
The same aircraft are to be inspected at each subsequent repeat interval.
NOTE: The 100% Threshold is the threshold for all aircraft not selected for sampling (Refer to the suitable
example on following pages).
D. SAMPLING PROGRAM ILLUSTRATIONS
A chart presenting the way to deal with the sample, 100% threshold and interval is shown on the next page
together with a set of illustrations showing the arrangement of Sampling Program inspections for some typical
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structure inspection tasks are shown on the following pages.
The Sampling Program aircraft should first be selected before the subsequent planning of the SSI details:

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OPERATIONAL PROGRAMMES:
Dependent on the operational profile of an operator an AMS shall include following operational programmes:
RVSM
According to the AIRBUS MPD/MRB the RVSM capability is an inherent function of the basic design standard of the aircraft. Scheduled tasks necessary for
these operations have been considered in the development of the MPD. Due to this no special RVSM programme needs to be introduced into this
AMS as it shall include all applicable MPD tasks in any case.
ALL WEATHER OPERATION CAT III
According to the TCHs MPD the CAT II/III capability is an inherent function of the basic design standard of the aircraft. Scheduled tasks necessary for
these operations have been considered in the development of the MPDs. Due to this no special All Weather Operation CAT III programme needs
to be introduced in this AMS as it shall include all applicable MPD tasks in any case.
HIRF
In the MRBR Appendix 9 the HIRF/Lightning related scheduled tasks are defined, which are also incorporated in the AIRBUSs MPD Section 2 ATA 20. The
AMS includes all HIRF tasks as published in the MRBR or MPD

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ETOPS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
All ETOPS tasks of the CMP AI/EA5000 maintenance procedures are marked with NOTE: CMP TASK in task description (ETOPS SCHEDULED CHECK REQUIREMENTS).

ETOPS SCHEDULED CHECK REQUIREMENTS


ITEM

DESCRIPTION

CMP NUMBER

CMP
INTERVAL

VNA TASK
NUMBER

VNA
INTERVAL

REFERENCE

APPLICABILITY

AVIONICS EQUIPMENT VENTILATION

CMP 21-2-0000-004

24 MO

212600-02-2

24 MO

212600-710-806

ALL

CMP 21-2-0000-001

2500 FH

212800-01-2

2500 FH

212800-710-804

ALL

CMP 21-2-0000-002

2500 FH

212800-02-2

2500 FH

212800-710-805

275, 294, 299, 366,


1256, 1266, 946

CMP 22-2-0000-001

42 MO

221000-01-2

42 MO

221000-710-801

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF OVERRIDE (OVRD) FUNCTION


2

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT HEATING,


VENTILATION AND COOLING (FWD, AFT AND
BULK)
OPERATIONAL CHECK TO VERIFY AUTOMATIC CLOSING OF
ISOLATION VALVES AND SHUT-OFF OF EXTRACTION FANS
IN
CASE OF SMOKE WARNING

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT HEATING,


VENTILATION AND COOLING (FWD, AFT AND
BULK)
OPERATIONAL CHECK TO VERIFY AUTOMATIC CLOSING OF
COLD
AIR VALVE IN CASE OF SMOKE WARNING

AUTOPILOT/FLIGHT DIRECTOR
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF TRUE NORTH REFERENCE
SELECTION

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5

INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR SYSTEM


DISCARD SCAVENGE FILTER AND DRAIN AND REPLENISH
INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR OIL SYSTEM
NOTE :
- REPLACE FILTER ELEMENT, DRAIN IDG OIL AND
REPLENISH
AT 150FH AFTER AIRCRAFT DELIVERY. THEREAFTER REFER
TO
INTERVAL.
- DO NOT PERFORM THE SERVICING ON BOTH IDG AT THE
SAME TIME BUT ON ONE UNIT ONLY. SERVICING ON THE
OTHER IDG TO BE PERFORMED AFTER 400FH.
- IN ORDER TO AVOID RISK OF MULTIPLE IDG LOSSES, DO
NOT PERFORM THIS SERVICING ON BOTH IDG AT THE SAME
TIME. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO WAIT AT LEAST TWO
FLIGHTS
BEFORE PERFORMING THIS SERVICING ON THE OTHER IDG.

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CMP 24-2-0000-001

800 FH
OR
NOTE

MAINTENANCE CHECKS

242100-13-1

800 FH
OR
NOTE

121324-612-807
SIL SUN 236
SIL SUN 279
SIL SUN 346
SIL 24-049

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INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR SYSTEM

CMP 24-2-0000-001

800 FH
OR
NOTE

242100-13-2

800 FH

121324-612-807
SIL SUN 236
SIL SUN 279
SIL SUN 346
SIL 24-049

ALL

CMP 24-2-0000-011

50 FH

242400-01-3

TERMINAL
CHECK

242400-710-801

ALL

CMP 24-2-0000-010

50 FH

APPLY TASK 242400-01-3

TERMINAL
CHECK

242400-710-801

APPLY TASK
242400-01-3

CMP 24-2-0000-005

42 MO

242400-03-2

42 MO

242400-710-803

ALL

DISCARD SCAVENGE FILTER AND DRAIN AND REPLENISH


INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR OIL SYSTEM
NOTE :
- REPLACE FILTER ELEMENT, DRAIN IDG OIL AND
REPLENISH
AT 150FH AFTER AIRCRAFT DELIVERY. THEREAFTER REFER
TO
INTERVAL.
- DO NOT PERFORM THE SERVICING ON BOTH IDG AT THE
SAME TIME BUT ON ONE UNIT ONLY. SERVICING ON THE
OTHER IDG TO BE PERFORMED AFTER 400FH.
- IN ORDER TO AVOID RISK OF MULTIPLE IDG LOSSES, DO
NOT PERFORM THIS SERVICING ON BOTH IDG AT THE SAME
TIME. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO WAIT AT LEAST TWO
FLIGHTS
BEFORE PERFORMING THIS SERVICING ON THE OTHER IDG.

AC EMERGENCY GENERATION
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY GENERATION
SYSTEM

AC EMERGENCY GENERATION
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY GENERATION
SYSTEM

AC EMERGENCY GENERATION
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY GCU FROM CMS

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AC EMERGENCY GENERATION

CMP 24-2-0000-002

24 MO
OR
4000 FH

242400-04-2

24 MO
OR
4000 FH

242400-710-806

ALL

CMP 24-2-0000-003

650 FH

242800-01-2

650 FH

242800-710-801

ALL

CMP 24-2-0000-007

VR

243852-01-2

1 YE

243852-280-801
SIL SAFT 0398
SIL 24-062

ALL

CMP 25-2-0000-002

8 DY

255200-01-1

WEEKLY
CHECK

255200-210-801

ALL

CMP 25-2-0000-002

8 DY

255300-01-1

WEEKLY
CHECK

255300-210-801

ALL

CMP 24-2-0000-006
CMP 36-2-0000-001

24 MO

262100-14-1

24 MO

262100-710-811

ALL

CMP 26-2-0000-001

1A

262200-01-3

1A

262200-710-801

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY GENERATOR


AUTOMATIC
CONNECTION
11

STATIC INVERTER AC GENERATION


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF STATIC INVERTER AND DC ESS.
BUS
SUPPLY

12

BATTERY DC GENERATION
REMOVE BATTERY 3 (APU) FOR OVERHAUL.

13

LOWER DECK FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT


VISUAL CHECK OF LININGS, FLOOR PANELS, SEALING
STRIPS, PROTECTION PLATES, DECOMPRESSION PANELS,
CENTER LINE COVER PLATES AND ACCESS DOORS.
(NOTE 11)

14

LOWER DECK AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT


VISUAL CHECK OF LININGS, FLOOR PANELS, SEALING
STRIPS, PROTECTION PLATES, DECOMPRESSION PANELS,
CENTER LINE COVER PLATES AND ACCESS DOORS.
(NOTE 11)

15

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING


OPERATIONAL CHECK TO VERIFY ENGINE FIRE P/B SW
FUNCTION

16

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING
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APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

CMP 26-2-0000-002

42 MO

262200-03-2

42 MO

262200-710-806

ALL

CMP 28-2-0000-005

42 MO

262200-06-1

42 MO

262200-710-805

ALL

CMP 28-2-0000-004

36 MO
OR
4800 FH

262200-07-3

36 MO
OR
4800 FH

262200-710-803

ALL

CMP 26-2-0000-003

4C

262241-03-1

4C

262241-280-803

ALL

CMP 28-2-0000-010

2 MO
NOTE 1

281100-02-1

2 MO
NOTE 1

123228-281-803

ALL

CMP 28-2-0000-013

7 DY
NOTE 1

281100-10-1

TERMINAL
CHECK

123228-281-810

ALL

CMP 28-2-0000-008

1A

282200-07-4

1A

123228-281-807

ALL

CMP 28-2-0000-012

4600 FH

282200-08-1

4600 FH

282200-710-808

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF LOW PRESSURE INDICATING


CIRCUIT
18

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF APU FIRE P/B SW FUNCTION

19

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AUTOMATIC FIRE EXTINGUISHING
VIA
MCDU AND CHECK OF "FIRE EMERGENCY STOP RELAYS"
(5WF,
6WF)

20

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING


FUNCTIONAL TEST OF APU FIRE EXTINGUISHER PRESSURE
SWITCH SETTING

21

TANKS
OPERATE WATER DRAIN VALVES TO DRAIN ACCUMULATED
WATER
FROM TRIM TANK AND TRIM VENT SURGE TANK

22

TANKS
OPERATE WATER DRAIN VALVES TO DRAIN ACCUMULATED
WATER
FROM CENTER, INNER, OUTER AND WING VENT SURGE
TANKS

23

APU FUEL PUMP SYSTEM


OPERATE THE DRAIN VALVE OF THE FUEL/AIR SEPARATOR
TO
DRAIN ANY ACCUMULATED WATER.

24

APU FUEL PUMP SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF RELAYS 12QC AND 14QC

ISSUE 10 AMENDMENT 01

MAINTENANCE CHECKS

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A330 Maintenance Schedule


25

CROSSFEED SYSTEM

CMP 28-2-0000-001

36 MO

282300-02-1

36 MO

282300-710-803

ALL

CMP 32-2-0000-001

4A

324000-04-1

4A

324400-710-802

ALL (ALL POST


46321)

CMP 36-2-0000-003

20000 FH

361100-03-1

20000 FH

361153-720-808

ALL

CMP 36-2-0000-002

36 MO

361100-05-1

36 MO

361100-710-815

ALL

CMP 36-2-0000-004

50 MO
OR
3600 FC

361200-01-3

3600 FC

361200-710-802

ALL

CMP 49-2-2003-002

1000 AH
NOTE

493100-01-3

1000 AH
NOTE

493241-210-801

ALL

CMP 49-2-2003-003
CMP 49-2-2003-004

500 AH

499100-01-2

WEEKLY
CHECK

499141-210-801

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CROSSFEED VALVE USING


INDIVIDUAL
MOTORS
26

BRAKES AND WHEELS


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY BRAKE SHUT-OFF
VALVE

27

ENGINE AIR BLEED VALVE


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF OVERPRESSURE VALVE

28

ENGINE BLEED AIR SUPPLY


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF MANUAL BLEED SHUT OFF.

29

APU BLEED AIR VALVE AND CROSSBLEED


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CROSSBLEED VALVE IN MANUAL
MODE

30

APU FUEL DISTRIBUTION


VISUAL CHECK OF DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE INDICATOR
BUTTON ON FUEL FILTER
NOTE :
- TASK TO BE ACCOMPLISHED AT 150FH, 400FH, AND 800FH
AFTER AIRCRAFT DELIVERY. THEREAFTER EVERY 1000 AH.
- TASK TO BE ACCOMPLISHED AT 150FH AND 400FH AFTER
MAJOR TANK REPAIR. THEREAFTER EVERY 1000AH.

31

APU OIL SYSTEM


CHECK DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE INDICATOR BUTTON
- ON LUBE FILTER
- ON GENERATOR SCAVENGE FILTER.

ISSUE 10 AMENDMENT 01

MAINTENANCE CHECKS

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A330 Maintenance Schedule


32

HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE GROUP

CMP 72-2-0204-007

NOTE

725200-P3-1

NOTE

VSB
PW4G-100-72195

ENG
PRE SB PW 72206

CMP 72-2-0204-009

1000 FC

771300-P1-1

1000 FC

732134-280-801
MAN
PW4G-100-2-00

ALL

BORESCOPE INSPECTION OF SECOND STAGE HIGH


PRESSURE
TURBINE VANES
NOTE: - REFER TO VSB PW4G-100-72-195 FOR THRESHOLD
AND INTERVAL

ENGINE PRESSURE RATIO (EPR) INDICATING


SYSTEM
INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF CONDENSATION TRAP
ASSEMBLIES (WATER TRAPS), FOR OBSTRUCTIONS OR
BLOCKAGE
33

The ETOPS Maintenance procedures are prescribed in the A330 ETOPS Maintenance Procedures Manual.
In order to minimize the risk of a dual engine failure event which is related to a common source, maintenance procedures must be established to preclude simultaneously
maintenance activities on both engines, on identical components, of ETOPS-critical systems are listed in A330 ETOPS Significant Systems List (below)

ISSUE 10 AMENDMENT 01

MAINTENANCE CHECKS

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A330 ETOPS Significant Systems List


The following list defines the A330 systems / functions which are ETOPS significant, as per the following criteria:
All Systems in the list below should be tracked as "ETOPS Significant" in the Reliability Program and may be reported as "ETOPS relevant" in case of failure
Systems marked as "dual" should be treated as "ETOPS Parallel Systems" for dual maintenance (Refer to enclosed Dual Maintenance Matrix for additonal guidelines)

ATA Chapter

ATA Sect. / Descr.

21-26

Avionics Equipment Ventilation

ETOPS Significant Functions of the


selected system(s)
Ventilation of Avionic system

Rationale for selecting ETOPS Significant


Systems/Functions

Regulatory Reference EASA / FAA

Dual

Integrity of the avionic system during an ETOPS diversion

Additional information on typical "ETOPS


Relevant" events to be reported
Complete loss of avionics cooling

A330 Pax: Cabin Air


Distribution and Recirculation
21-21
A330-200F: Main Deck and
Courier Ventilation
21-22

Cockpit Air Ventilation

21-31

Pressure Control and


Monitoring

21-51

Flow Control and Indicating

21-52

Air Conditioning (Packs)

21-53

Pack Control and Indicating

21-63

Cockpit and Cabin


Temperature Control

22-10

Autopilot

22-30

Autothrust

21 - Air Conditioning

22 - Auto Flight

23 - Communication

24 - Electrical Power

- Aircraft pressurization capability


- Cabin and cockpit environmental
control capability (temperature and
ventilation)

Autopilot function

Autopiloti s cons idere d asi mportant to ma i nta i n accepta bl e p il ot


workload over an ETOPS diversion.

Autothrust function

Autothrust is considered as important to maintain acceptable pilot


workload over an ETOPS diversion.

Fuel prediction functions

- FMS fuel prediction functions are considered more important


for management of an ETOPS flight (provide additional in flight
fuel monitoring function).
- Specific FMS functions used for diversion decision making
(ETP, EEP,).
See 22-10

Flight Management System

22-81

Flight Control Unit (FCU)

Interface with Autopilot

22-82

Multipurpose Control and


Display Unit (MCDU)

Interface with FMS

HF System

23-28

SATCOM System

23-73

24-21

One HF (voice) is required for all ETOPS flights.

SATCOM voice function

One SATCOM (voice) is required for ETOPS beyond 180 min.

CIDS
(for A/C not fitted with SDCU)

Cargo Fire Detection function

Spurious warning can cause diversion.

AC Main Generation

AC Main generation function(s)

- The 2 IDGs and associated GCU, the APU Gen and


associated GCU and the CSM/G constitute 4 independent
electrical power sources for ETOPS (including ETOPS beyond
180 min.)

AC Auxiliary Generation

24-24

AC Emergency Generation

- Loss of pressurization
- Loss of temperature control
- Loss of ventilation
- Loss of pack

AC Auxiliary generation function


AC Emergency Generation function

AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.7.5 and


Ch II.7.7 /
AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.b.5 and 8.b.7 /
FAR K25.1.2

See 22-70

HF voice function

24-23

AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.8.3.(v) and


Ch II.8.3.(vi) /
AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.c.8 and 8.c.9 /
FAR K25.1.2

22-70

23-11

- Minimize occurrence of depressurization which leads to an


ETOPS diversion at depressurized FL. It has subsequent impact on
fuel consumption and exposure to more severe outside atmospheric
conditions (icing).
- Minimize occurrence of loss of cockpit and cabin or courier
area temperature and ventilation control during an ETOPS
diversion.

Loss of system / function

X
AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.7.7 /
AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.b.7 /
FAR K25.1.2
AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch III.7.2.3.(ii) /
AMC 20-6 Rev 1 10.d.3.(ii) /
FAR 121.122
AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.8.3.(iv) /
AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.c.6 /
FAR K25.1.2

Non recoverable total loss of long-range voice


communication in flight

- Failure of smoke/fire detection (except


lavatories), spurious warning
X

AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.7.8 /


AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.b.8 /
FAR K25.1.3.b

Failure of IDG(s), APU Gen, CSM/G


X
X

Page 1 of 4

A330 ETOPS Significant Systems List


The following list defines the A330 systems / functions which are ETOPS significant, as per the following criteria:
All Systems in the list below should be tracked as "ETOPS Significant" in the Reliability Program and may be reported as "ETOPS relevant" in case of failure
Systems marked as "dual" should be treated as "ETOPS Parallel Systems" for dual maintenance (Refer to enclosed Dual Maintenance Matrix for additonal guidelines)

ATA Chapter

26 - Fire Protection

ATA Sect. / Descr.

26-12

Engine Fire and Overheat


Detection

26-13

APU Fire and Overheat


Detection

26-15

ETOPS Significant Functions of the


selected system(s)

Rationale for selecting ETOPS Significant


Systems/Functions

Engine Fire and Overheat Detection


function

Spurious warning can cause IFSD (diversion).

APU Fire and Overheat Detection


function.

Spurious warning can cause diversion.

Avionics Compartment Smoke Avionics Compartment Fire and


Detection
Overheat Detection function.

Dual

LDCC Smoke Detection

Cargo Fire Detection function

Spurious warning can cause diversion.

26-19

MDCC Smoke Detection


(A330-200F only)

Cargo Fire Detection function

Spurious warning can cause diversion.

26-23

LDCC Fire Extinguishing

Cargo Fire Extinguishing function

The cargo fire protection time is an ETOPS diversion time


limitation.

28-21

Engine Feed Fuel Pump


System

Provide adequate fuel pressure and flow


at engine inlet

Additional information on typical "ETOPS


Relevant" events to be reported

- Failure of smoke/fire detection (except


lavatories), spurious warning
- Failure of cargo fire suppression system
- Fire occurrence (detected or undetected)

AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.8.3.(iv) /


Spurious warning can cause diversion.

26-16

AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.c.6 /


FAR K25.1.2

- Fuel pump(s) failure


- Fuel leaks

Ensure fuel availability, at adequate fuel pressure and flow at


X
engine inlet in case of ETOPS diversion.

28-22

APU Fuel System

Provide fuel to APU

In-flight APU start and run reliability are more important for
ETOPS flights.

28-23

Cross-feed System

Cross-feed function

Ensure fuel availability to complete a diversion in case of fuel


system or engine failure.

28-40

Fuel Quantity Indicating

Provide accurate fuel quantity and fuel


temperature information

Fuel quantity information is considered as more important for


ETOPS flight (for in flight fuel monitoring). Fuel temperature
indication is more important for polar flights.

28 - Fuel

Regulatory Reference EASA / FAA

- Trapped fuel
- Over spillage
FAR K25.1.4.a

Failed APU start due to no fuel feed

Failed Crossfeed Valve

AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.7.10 /


AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.b.9 /
FAR K25.1.4.a

FQI failure

29-11
29 - Hydraulic Power

29-12

Engine Driven Pump


(Green/Blue/Yellow)

Provide hydraulic power to


Green/Blue/Yellow Hydraulic System

Minimize loss of hydraulic system(s)

AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.7.6 /


AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.b.6

Hydraulic system(s) failure (low level, low


X
pressure, overheat)

29-13

30-11

Wing Ice Protection

30-21

Engine Air Intake Ice Protection

30 - Ice & Rain


Protection

34 - Navigation

Loss of wing anti-icing capability

Provide anti-ice protection capability


30-31

Probe Ice Protection

30-42

Windshield Anti-Icing and


Defogging

34-41

Weather Radar System

Airframe and propulsion ice protection systems must provide


adequate capability for ensuring a safe ETOPS diversion and
landing in icing conditions.

AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.7.7.(iii) and


Ch II.7.7.(xiii) /
AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.b.7.(iii) and
8.b.7.(xiii)

Loss of air intake anti-icing capability

Loss of probe heating capability in more than one


system
Failure of cockpit window anti-icing

Weather radar function

Weather radar considered as more important to conduct an


ETOPS diversion.

AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.7.7 /


AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.b.7.(iii)

Weather radar failure

Page 2 of 4

A330 ETOPS Significant Systems List


The following list defines the A330 systems / functions which are ETOPS significant, as per the following criteria:
All Systems in the list below should be tracked as "ETOPS Significant" in the Reliability Program and may be reported as "ETOPS relevant" in case of failure
Systems marked as "dual" should be treated as "ETOPS Parallel Systems" for dual maintenance (Refer to enclosed Dual Maintenance Matrix for additonal guidelines)

ATA Chapter

ATA Sect. / Descr.

35-10
35 - Oxygen
(A330-200F only)

Crew Oxygen
(A330-200F only)

ETOPS Significant Functions of the


selected system(s)
Provide oxygen to flight crew

Passenger Oxygen
(A330-200F only)

Provide oxygen to courier area


occupants

Provide oxygen to the courier area occupants during the whole


time of a diversion in case of fire in the main deck cargo
compartment.

36-11

Engine Bleed Air Supply


System

Provide pressure and temperature


regulated airflow

- Provide air to minimize occurrence of depressurization.


- Provide air at adequate temperature to maintain adequate
cockpit and cabin temperature during an ETOPS diversion. Provide air to wing ice protection systems.

- Provide back-up air-flow


- Cross bleed function

- APU Bleed more important for ETOPS to pressurize the aircraft


during an ETOPS diversion following dual engine Bleed failure.
- Crossbleed system more important to maintain pressurisation,
temperature control and wing anti-ice capability in ETOPS
diversion scenario.

Leak detection function

Leak detection can affect the wing anti-ice capability during an


ETOPS diversion.

Loss of oxygen supply to one or several flight crew


members
Loss of oxygen supply to one or courier area
occupants

Loss of bleed air system(s)

Loss of APU bleed

AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.8.3.(v) and


Ch II.8.3.(vi) /
AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.c.8 and 8.c.9

36-22

Leak Detection

49-10

APU Power Plant

49-20

APU Engine

49-30

APU Engine Fuel and Control

49-40

APU Ignition and Starting

49-51

APU Air Bleed

49-60

APU Engine Controls

49-70

APU Indicating

49-90

APU Oil System

71-50

Electrical Harness

74
75
76
77
78-30
79

All items related to engine ATA


chapters are ETOPS Significant
except ATA 71 other than 7150, ATA 78 other than 78-30,
and ATA 80.

Loss of leak detection system without warning

X
All APU functions necessary to:
- Start the APU in-flight after cold soak Preclude APU in-flight shutdown Provide pressurized air

- In-flight APU start and run reliability more important during


ETOPS flight.
- APU Bleed more important for ETOPS to pressurize the aircraft
during an ETOPS diversion following dual engine bleed failure.

Additional information on typical "ETOPS


Relevant" events to be reported

AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.7.6 /


AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.b.6

APU Bleed Air Supply and


Cross Bleed systems

AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Ch II.7.4 /


AMC 20-6 Rev 1 8.b.4 /
FAR K25.1.4.b

X
X

- Uncommanded shut down


- APU failure
- Significant overspeed / over EGT
- Uncontained burst (compressor / turbine cooling
fan)
- No relight in flight
- Loss of APU bleed

X
- Severe fuel / oil leak in the APU compartment
X

73

Non ATA related

Dual

36-12

72

70 to 80 - Engine ATA

Regulatory Reference EASA / FAA

Provide oxygen to the flight crew during the whole time of a


diversion in case of fire in the main deck cargo compartment.

35-20

36 - Pneumatic

49 - Auxiliary Power
Unit

Rationale for selecting ETOPS Significant


Systems/Functions

All engine's functions necessary to: Preclude In-flight shutdown


- Obtain and control desired thrust
- Provide power to accessories

Minimize occurrence of In-Flight Shut Down (IFSD), i.e. when an


engine ceases to function (when the airplane is airborne) and is
shutdown, whether self induced, flight crew initiated or caused
by an external influence. Engine failures on ground (e.g. during
taxi), also not counted as IFSDs, are to be reviewed and
reported as well.
IFSD examples: flameout, internal failure, flight crew initiated
shutdown, foreign object ingestion, icing, inability to obtain or
control desired thrust or power, and cycling of the start control,
however briefly, even if the engine operates normally for the
remainder of the flight.
Although not counted as IFSDs, airborne cessation of the
functioning of an engine when immediately followed by an
automatic engine relight and when an engine does not achieve
desired thrust or power are to be reviewed and reported in the

Severe chaffing

AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Appendix 1 /


AMC 20-6 Rev 1 Appendix 1 /
FAR K25.2.2

- Uncommanded power loss / changes


- Nacelle fire warning / fuel leaks
X
- Inability to control the engine power
- Surges
- Loss of engine parameters sensing/indicating
- Severe oil leak

- Aborted Take-Off
- Diversion
- Air turn back

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Dual Maintenance Matrix


This matrix provides additional guidance for dual maintenance performed on ETOPS Significant Systems identified as "dual".
Category (1)
X
Simultaneous maintenance actions on the same element of identical parallel ETOPS Significant Systems (e.g. maintenance on IDG1 and IDG2) must
comply with dual maintenance considerations as per EASA AMC 20-6, EASA Part 145.A.65, FAA AC 120-42B 301.(d).
Category (2)
X
Simultaneous maintenance actions on "substantially similar" ETOPS Significant Systems (i.e. engine driven/mounted components on both engines,
e.g. maintenance on IDG1 and EDP2 (Green or Yellow)) must comply with dual maintenance considerations as per FAA AC 120-42B 301.(d).
Category (3)
X
Simultaneous maintenance actions on redundant systems not falling in category 1 above (e.g. maintenance on IDG and APU GEN)
should comply with dual maintenance considerations.

Maintenance Action on

ATA 21 - Air
Conditioning

22 - Auto
Flight

Pack 1 Pack 2

FMS MCDU

ATA 24 - Electrical Power


IDG 1

IDG 2

CSM/G

ATA 26 - Engine Fire and Overheat


Detection
Detection
Detection
Function Eng 1 Function Eng 2

ATA 28 - Fuel

APU Fire Main Pumps Main Pumps


Detection
Left
Right
N/A
N/A
N/A

ATA 30 - Ice and Rain


Protection

ATA 29 - Hydraulic Power


APU

EDP1

EDP1

EDP2

Green
N/A

Green
N/A

Yellow
N/A

Eng 1 Eng 2 Probes

ATA 36 Pneumatic

ATA 49 APU

Bleed 1 Bleed 2

ATA 70 to 80 Engine
Eng 1 Eng 2

Pack 1

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

EDP2
Blue
N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Pack 2

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

FMS

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

MCDU

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

IDG 1

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

IDG 2

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

CSM/G

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

ATA 21 - Air Conditioning

22 - Auto Flight

ATA 24 - Electrical Power

ATA 26 - Engine Fire and


Overheat Detection

ATA 28 - Fuel

Detection
Function Eng 1
Detection
Function Eng 2
APU Fire
Detection
Main Pumps
Left
Main Pumps
Right

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

APU

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

EDP1 Blue

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

EDP1 Green

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

EDP2 Green

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

EDP2 Yellow

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Eng 1

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

ATA 29 - Hydraulic Power

ATA 30 - Ice and Rain


Protection

N/A

Eng 2

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Probes

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Bleed 1

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Bleed 2

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

APU

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Eng 1

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Eng 2

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A
N/A

N/A
X

X
N/A

N/A

X
N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

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N/A

N/A

N/A

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N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A
N/A

X
N/A

N/A
X

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A
X

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

X
N/A

N/A
N/A

N/A
X

X
N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

ATA 36 - Pneumatic

ATA 49 - APU

ATA 70 to 80 - Engine

A330 Maintenance Schedule

A330SPECIALINSPECTIONTASKS
STT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

DESCREPTION
Inspection after Hard/Overweight Landing
Inspection After Landing Gear Extension at More than the Gear Down Limiting
Speed.
Inspection After Flap/Slat Limiting Speed Exceeded
Inspection of the Aircraft after a Bird or a Hail Strike
Inspection of the Aircraft after a Tire Burst or Tread Throw or Wheel Failure
Inspection After Brake Overheat
Inspection after Flight in Excessive Turbulence or in Excess of VMO/MMO
Inspection after Lightning Strike
Inspection after Engine Bird Strike or Slush Ingestion
Inspection after Tail Runway impact
Inspection after NLG Towing Overload or Overrun
Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear after a NLG Steering Angle of more than 95
Inspection after Leaving a Runway or a Taxiway
Inspection after Flight through Dust Storm or Dust contamination on Ground
Inspection after Flight through Volcanic Ash or Volcanic Ash contamination on
Ground
Inspection after Engine Failure
Inspection after Impact on Engine Cowls
Inspection after Spillage
Inspection after Abnormal Pax/Crew Door Movement.
Inspection after Engine Windmilling (after Engine In-Flight Shut-Down)
Inspection after Overweight Taxiing
Inspection after Very High Winds on Ground
Inspection after Work On System Electrical Installation
Inspection after flight with high lateral loads

ISSUE:10AMENDMENT:01

AMM REFERENCE
TASK 05-51-11-200-802
TASK 05-51-12-200-801
TASK 05-51-13-200-801
TASK 05-51-14-200-801
TASK 05-51-15-200-801
TASK 05-51-16-200-801
TASK 05-51-17-200-801
TASK 05-51-18-200-801
TASK 05-51-19-200-801
TASK 05-51-21-200-801
TASK 05-51-22-200-801
TASK 05-51-23-200-801
TASK 05-51-24-200-801
TASK 05-51-25-200-802
TASK 05-51-25-200-803
TASK 05-51-26-200-801
TASK 05-51-27-200-801
TASK 05-51-28-200-801
TASK 05-51-29-200-801
TASK 05-51-34-200-802
TASK 05-51-41-200-801
TASK 05-51-42-200-801
TASK 05-51-43-700-801
TASK 05-51-44-200-801

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PROCEDURES FOR PARKING AND STORAGE OF THE AIRCRAFT


Generally, when an aircraft is parked or stored, the procedures and accompanying maintenance practices for short
term parking, extended parking or storage, which ever apply, need to be performed in accordance with the A330
AMM chapter 10.
In addition, the following rules apply.
A. The aircraft is parked / stored and does not remain in airworthy condition:
1. All maintenance actions described in the A330 maintenance program, which become due during the parking- /
storage-period because of an applicable calendar limit, do not need to be performed at the moment they become
due. This is valid for e.g. the Daily Check, a letter-check for which a calendar limit applies and the Outstanding
Works with a calendar interval. However, each scheduled maintenance task of the A330 maintenance program,
which becomes due during the period the aircraft is parked / stored, should be performed once at the moment the
aircraft is prepared for its return to service.
E.g.: In case a letter-check interval includes a calendar-limit, several checks might become due during the period
the aircraft is stored. Some tasks might return in each of these subject checks. Each of these tasks needs to be
performed only once during the preparation of the aircraft for its return to service.
2. Each engineering order will be separately evaluated in order to decide on whether it will be accomplished during
the parking- / storage-period or at the moment the aircraft is prepared for its return to service.
3. Each AD, which becomes due during the parking- / storage-period, will generally be performed before the due
date. However, when it would be impossible to perform the AD due to the parking- / storage-conditions, VNA
agrees to have the AD performed at the moment the aircraft is prepared for its return to service. This only on
condition that the operator gets the approval from its Civil Aviation Authorities to postpone the performance of the
subject AD to that moment.

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4. In case the aircraft is stored for a period of several months, an engineering judgement needs to be made
concerning the impact of the environmental conditions,valid during the storage-period, on the calendar-limit for
major checks like the C-check.
B. The aircraft is parked / stored and has to remain in airworthy condition:
1. All maintenance actions, described in the A330 maintenance program, which become due during the parking- /
storage-period, need to be performed at the moment they become due.
2. No attention will be given to the parking- / storage-condition of the aircraft regarding the performance of
engineering orders.
3. Each AD, which becomes due during the parking- / storage-period, will be performed before the due date.
4. In case the aircraft is stored for a period of several months, an engineering judgement needs to be made
concerning the impact of the environmental conditions,valid during the storage-period, on the calendar-limit for
major checks like the C-check.

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REQUIRED INSPECTION ITEMS REQUIRED INSPECTION ITEMS (RIIs)


Tasks as RIIs. include those tasks that could result in a failure, malfunction, or defect that endangers the safe
operation of the aircraft if the task is not completed properly or if operators use improper parts or material. If other
persons perform maintenance task, operators may authorize them to accomplish their RII requirement, provided
that manual satisfies the regulatory requirements
a. List of Other Persons. Operators manual must include a list of persons with whom operators have arranged for
the performance of any required inspections both within their organization and within other organizations that
perform maintenance on their behalf. This listing must include a designation by occupational title of the personnel
authorized to perform each required inspection.
b. Certification. Operators grant an RII authorization to must hold an appropriate airmans certificate. This is an air
carrier qualification requirement; the individual does not exercise that certificate when accomplishing the RII.
Operators must formally notify each of these individuals of their RII authorization as well as its scope.
c. RII Requirements. Operators should clearly identify RII requirements on work forms, job cards, engineering
orders, etc., or by any other method consistent with their maintenance program. A primary concept of the RII
function is to prevent any person who performs any item of work from performing any required inspection of that
work. Therefore, it is important that operators identify RIIs whenever possible so that everyone knows that an RII
is required.
d. Standards and Limitations. Operators must set procedures, standards, and limits necessary for required
inspections and acceptance or rejection of the RII. Operators should have those procedures, standards, and limits
necessary for the accomplishment of required inspections. Operators must also have those procedures, standards,
and limits necessary for the acceptance or rejection of each of RIIs. e. Procedures. Operators manual must include
procedures to ensure that you perform and complete all required inspections before releasing the aircraft to service.
Tasks required RIIs will be noted as RII tasks.

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RIILIST

TASK
NUMBER

ITEM

272149-01-1

DESCRIPTION

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL

REFERENCE

APPLICABILITY

272149-200-801

275, 294,
299, 366

272451-200-801

275, 294,
299, 366

292452-960-801

ALL

321111-920-801

ALL

322111-920-801

ALL

341100-170-801
SIL 34-084

ALL

341100-790-801

ALL

341100-170-804
SIL 34-084

ALL

341100-170-803
SIL 34-084

275, 294,
299, 366

FUNCTIONAL CHECK FOR RUDDER SERVO-CONTROLS


SYNCHRONIZATION FOLLOWED BY SPRING-ROD REMOVAL FOR
WORKSHOP CHECK

1
272400-05-2

RUDDER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION


REMOVE RUDDER SERVO CONTROL FOR WORKSHOP CHECK OF
INTERNAL SEALS

2
292400-04-1

RAM AIR TURBINE


REMOVAL OF RAM AIR TURBINE (RAT) FOR OVERHAUL.
NOTE:
- FIT A RAT THAT HAS NOT ACCUMULATED 20 YE SINCE LAST
OVERHAUL.

3
321100-01-1

MAIN GEAR
SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION (OVERHAUL) OF MLG
(OFF AIRCRAFT).

4
322100-02-1

NOSE GEAR
SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION (OVERHAUL) OF NLG
(OFF AIRCRAFT).

5
341300-03-1

AIR DATA
FLUSHING OF PRINCIPAL TOTAL PRESSURE LINES
NOTE:
- THIS TASK PRECLUDES TASK 341300-04-1.

6
341300-04-1

AIR DATA

341300-06-1

LOW RANGE LEAK CHECK OF PRINCIPAL PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS


AIR DATA

CLEANING OF 1 OUT OF 3 PITOT PROBES.


NOTE: TASK TO BE PERFORMED ALTERNATELY ON PITOT 1, 2
AND 3.

8
342100-01-1

STANDBY ALTITUDE AND AIRSPEED


DRAIN AND FLUSH STANDBY PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS
NOTE:
- THIS TASK PRECLUDES TASK 342100-02-1.

9
342100-02-1

STANDBY ALTITUDE AND AIRSPEED

341100-790-802

275, 294,
299, 366

342200-01-1

LOW RANGE LEAK CHECK OF STANDBY PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS


INTEGRATED STANDBY INSTRUMENT SYSTEM
(ISIS)

342225-170-801
SIL 34-084

MSN 943,
962, 1019,
1256, 1266,
946

342225-790-801

MSN 943,
962, 1019,
1256, 1266,
946

523100-720-801

ALL

10

DRAIN AND FLUSH STANDBY PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS


NOTE:
- THIS TASK PRECLUDES TASK 342200-02-1.

11
342200-02-1

LOW RANGE LEAK CHECK OF STANDBY PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS

12
523100-02-1

13

INTEGRATED STANDBY INSTRUMENT SYSTEM


(ISIS)

FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF :
- LATCHING AND LOCKING HANDLE FORCES,
- OVERCENTER POSITIONS,
- WEAR OF LATCHING AND LOCKING MECHANISM,
- ADJUSTMENT OF INTERLOCK MECHANISM.

RIILIST

ITEM

TASK
NUMBER

523200-02-1

DESCRIPTION

AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR

REFERENCE

APPLICABILITY

523200-720-801

ALL

545118-200-815

275, 294,
299, 366

545118-200-815

MSN 943,
962, 1019,
1256, 1266,
946

545118-200-817

ALL

545117-200-814

ALL

545117-200-813

275, 294,
299, 366

545117-200-813

MSN 943,
962, 1019,
1256, 1266,
946

545117-200-818

ALL (ALL
A330-200
POST 43271)

545117-230-801

ALL

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF :
- LATCHING AND LOCKING HANDLE FORCES,
- OVERCENTER POSITIONS,
- WEAR OF LATCHING AND LOCKING MECHANISM,
- ADJUSTMENT OF INTERLOCK MECHANISM.

14
545101-02-1

PYLON BOX
DETAILED INSPECTION OF PYLON PYRAMID MATING FACE WITH
THE FWD ENGINE MOUNT FITTING, HOLES AND SPOTFACES.

15
545101-02-2

PYLON BOX
DETAILED INSPECTION OF PYLON PYRAMID MATING FACE WITH
THE FWD ENGINE MOUNT FITTING, HOLES AND SPOTFACES.

16
545102-05-1

PYLON BOX
DETAILED INSPECTION OF PYLON, AFT ENGINE ATTACHMENT
BEAM MATING FACE WITH THE ENGINE AFT MOUNT FITTING AT
RIB 8C

17
545170-02-1

DETAILED INSPECTION OF PYLON TO WING ATTACHMENT


FITTING SLEEVES, LINKS AND BOLTS AT RIB 12 (4 PLACES
PER PYLON)

18
545174-04-1

PYLON TO WING FITTING


DETAILED INSPECTION OF PYLON TO WING ATTACHMENT
FITTING AND LINKS AT RIB 18A

19
545174-04-2

PYLON TO WING FITTING


DETAILED INSPECTION OF PYLON TO WING ATTACHMENT
FITTING AND LINKS AT RIB 18A

20
545180-03-2

PYLON TO WING FITTING


DETAILED INSPECTION OF PYLON TO WING ATTACHMENT
FITTING SLEEVES AND BOLTS AT RIB 18A (3 PLACES PER
PYLON)

21
545180-04-6

PYLON TO WING FITTING


SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF PYLON TO WING
ATTACHMENT FITTING SLEEVES AND BOLTS AT RIB 18A (3
PLACES PER PYLON)

22
712101-03-1

MAIN STRUCTURE

712111-220-801

ALL

712106-01-1

DETAILED INSPECTION OF FORWARD ENGINE MOUNT.


MAIN STRUCTURE

712111-280-801

ALL

712201-03-1

SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF FORWARD ENGINE MOUNT.


MAIN STRUCTURE

712211-220-801

ALL

712204-02-1

DETAILED INSPECTION OF AFT ENGINE MOUNT LOWER BEAM.


MAIN STRUCTURE

712211-220-802

ALL

723100-920-801

ALL

23

24

25

DETAILED INSPECTION OF AFT ENGINE MOUNT FAIL-SAFE


LINK
NOTE: INSPECTION FOR ACTIVATION OF SECONDARY LOAD
PATH

26
723100-P3-1
27

PYLON TO WING LINKS

LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR GROUP


DISCARD FAN HUB AND LPC DRUM ROTOR

RIILIST

ITEM

TASK
NUMBER

723112-P1-1

DESCRIPTION

LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR (LPC)


LUBRICATION OF THE 1ST STAGE LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR
(LPC) BLADE ASSEMBLY (FAN BLADE) ROOT
NOTE: INTERVAL MAY BE ADJUSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
OPERATOR EXPERIENCE.

28

REFERENCE

ALL

723200-P1-1

LPC / LPT COUPLING GROUP

723200-920-801

ALL

723500-P1-1

DISCARD LPC/LPT COUPLING


HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSOR (HPC)

723500-920-801

ALL

720000-290-833

ALL

720000-290-835

ALL

725200-920-801

ALL

VSB
PW4G-100-72-195

ENG
PRE SB PW 72206

725300-920-801

ALL

29

30
724100-P1-1

DISCARD LIFE LIMITED PARTS OF HP COMPRESSOR


DIFFUSER, COMBUSTION & TURBINE NOZZLE
GROUP
BORESCOPE INSPECTION OF INNER AND OUTER COMBUSTION
CHAMBER ASSEMBLIES AND FIRST STAGE VANES

31
725200-P1-1

HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE GROUP


BORESCOPE INSPECTION OF THE FIRST AND SECOND STAGE
HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE BLADES

32
725200-P2-1

HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE GROUP

725200-P3-1

DISCARD LIFE LIMITED PARTS OF HP TURBINE


HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE GROUP

33

BORESCOPE INSPECTION OF SECOND STAGE HIGH PRESSURE


TURBINE VANES
NOTE: - REFER TO VSB PW4G-100-72-195 FOR THRESHOLD
AND INTERVAL

34
725300-P1-1
35

APPLICABILITY

710000-640-801
MAN
PW4G-100-1-99

LOW PRESSURE TURBINE GROUP


DISCARD LIFE LIMITED PARTS OF LP TURBINE

A330 Maintenance Schedule

SECTION2
LINEMAINTENANCE

FORM No: VNA-TE-F36


Issued: 00 /Mar. 2009

QUY TRNH
KIM TRA TRC KHI BAY/GIA HAI LN BAY
PRE-FLIGHT/TRANSIT CHECK
Aircraft Type

A330

Effectivity A/C Reg. No:

Check Definitions and Notifications


a)

A PRE-FLIGHT/TRANSIT Check shall be performed before each flight but not earlier than 2 hours before the
flight.
b) All fluids uplifted during the PRE-FLIGHT/TRANSIT Check must be recorded on the current page of the aircraft
technical log
ETOPS Sector
All scheduled items in ETOPS PRE-DEPARTURE SERVICE CHECK must be accomplished within 2-4 hours of
ETOPS departure and The aircraft must be verified as ETOPS CHECK COMPLETED prior to every ETOPS sector.
Safety Pre-caution at aircraft arrival
In accordance with Line Maintenance / Ground Handling Procedures
Ensure parking area is clear of foreign objects or any other obstructions, check operation of aircraft exterior lights during
taxiing in, chock nose wheels fore and aft.
Item

Title / Task Description / Requirement

Remove all nose landing gear and main landing gear safety pins (Pre-flight only).

a. Review and action Technical Log Book and Cabin Defect Log Book, transfer entries to Technical Log
Book where necessary (Transit only).

a.

Do a safety check of flight compartment for proper position of controls.

b.

Energize the aircraft electrical network(Pre-flight only)

Remove all protective covers and blanks (Pre-flight only).

a. Check battery 1 and 2 volts immediately before selection of GPU / APU or if power has been off more
than six hours.
BATT 1 AND 2 and APU BAT

CHECK OFF

BATT 1 AND 2 VOLTAGE and APU BAT

CHECK ABOVE 25.5V

Batteries voltage above 25.5V (battery capacity is above 50%).


If batteries voltage below 25.5V, a charging cycle of about 15 minutes is required.
BATT 1 AND 2 and APU BAT
EXT POWER

AUTO
ON

Check ECAM ELEC page, batteries contactor closed and batteries charging.

In accordance with AMS A330- Issue 10 Amd 01

Page 1 of 4

Item

Title / Task Description / Requirement


b. Check ECAM status message including auto land downgrade status message,
Check NO OIL FILTER CLOG Indication in ECAM PAGE/Status
Check no LOW OIL LEVEL Message on ECAM APU page
c. Check engine oil levels using ECAM /or sight glass (Physical Check) between 15 minutes and 2 hours
after engine Shutdown and service as necessary, IWA AMM 12-13-79. Record exactly the uplift oil
quantity to Tech log (if applicable)
NOTE:ENG/APU oil consumption monitoring is critical to ETOPS operation, refer ENG/ APU oil
consumption limit graphic
d. Check hydraulic level, uplift and record in Technical Log Book if necessary (Transit only).

Inspect landing gear doors, wheels, brakes and tires for condition. Check Oleo extensions appear normal.

Do walk around inspection of the whole aircraft exterior and check for obvious signs of fluid leaks and
damage, loose or missing parts, obstruction of inlets / outlets, fuselage tail skid for damage of ground
contact during takeoff (Transit only), navigation / communication system antennae, static ports, TAT, pitot
probes, AOA sensors, discharge indicators of oxygen and APU fire extinguisher.

General visual inspection of tires, wheels and brakes for hydraulic leaks IAW AMM task 32-41-00-210-803
ref. AMS task 324100-03-1

Check tire pressure IAW AMM task 32-41-00-220-802 ref. AMS task 324100-04-1 (before first flight of the
day).

10

Examine the torque link assembly. Make sure that it is correctly installed and there is no damage or wear.

11

Do an external inspection of engines including fan, inlet cowl, turbine and exhaust nozzle and cowlings for
security.

12

Drain water from each fuel tank (if the aircraft has been on the ground for six hours or more) I.A.W AMM:
12-32-28-281-810 ( ref AMS 281100-10-1).
Obtain water free samples from bowser or Refueling truck prior to refueling.

13

Refuel the aircraft up to required dispatch quantity IAW AMM task 12-11-28 page block 3. Make sure that
fuel uplift quantity discrepancy (between Aircrafts indicator and Bowsers indicator) is within limit
(reference: APPENDIX 1).- Note : This requirement apply to all flights dispatched from

Vietnams Airport only


Record uplift / content in the Technical Log Book.
14

Service toilet and fresh water systems as required, check for fluid leaks at toilet and water servicing panels.
Rectify defects before flight.

15

Ensure any corrective actions made in the Technical Log Book have been cleared.

16

RVSM REQUIREMENTS:
a.

Inspection / check from ground level of the status of TAT, AOA vanes, static probes and the pitot probe
(9DA1, 9DA2, 9DA3) for obvious damage.

In accordance with AMS A330- Issue 10 Amd 01

Page 2 of 4

Item

Title / Task Description / Requirement


b.

Do a visual inspection around the static probes (left and right sides).
Note:

In order to help the operator to determine easily the area to be inspected, Airbus proposes to draw
on the fuselage some red marks as defined in SIL 34-064 (corners of a squares).

These marks are for information only and aim at easing the pre-flight check. In addition, they are
not mandatory to archive the RVSM certification. In case of scratches or dents around the static
ports, the only applicable documentation is the SRM ATA 53.

17

Do security inspection of the whole aircraft as per MECHANIC section in the form VNA-SQ-F81-09
(Aircraft Normal Security Check Report) and take the signature.

18

DO FINAL WALK AROUND INSPECTION:

19

a.

Visually inspect cargo door (fwd/aft/bulk) seals for damage prior to closing the doors after aircraft
loading has been completed

b.

Ensure all doors and panels are secured, landing gear pins removed and stowed, engine intakes and air
inlets clear of foreign objects.

c.

Ensure no damage has been caused by ground equipment or during baggage loading.

d.

Remove wheel chocks (upon flight crew instruction).

DISPATCH
Certify accomplishment of inspection and maintenance in Flight & Technical Log

APPENDIX 1:
Fuel uplift quantity discrepancy limit
(between Aircrafts indicator and Bowsers indicator)
(by fuel uplift quantity)

Fuel uplift quantity (Kg)

Discrepancy (%)

Discrepancy (Kg)

0 1000 Kg

5.8

58

1000 Kg 2000 Kg

4.5

90

2000 Kg 5000 Kg

3.8

190

(by aircrafts indicator)

In accordance with AMS A330- Issue 10 Amd 01

Page 3 of 4

5000 Kg 10000 Kg

2.6

260

10.000 Kg 20000 Kg

2.3

460

More than 20000 Kg

1.6

1600
(with uplift quantity less than 100,000 Kg)

Safety Pre-caution at aircraft departure


Dispatch aircraft in accordance with Line Maintenance / Ground Handling Procedures
Prior to engine start, ensure area is free of any loose objects and obstruction, any remaining entry / service doors are
secured closed and wheel chocks removed

ETOPS Sectors If applicable


Prior to every ETOPS sector, ensure the aircraft is ETOPS CAPABLE review the following and action as required:
a) Aircraft technical log, all outstanding current and carried forward defects (ADD), Out-of-Phase Maintenance
(OPM) sheets, Notice-To-Crew (NTC) and Minimum Equipment List (MEL) items to ensure the aircraft is
ETOPS CAPABLE.
b) Check the ETOPS condition of the A/C has not been modified since last ETOPS CRS. Certify on the ETOPS
PREDEPARTURE SERVICE CHECK form and the appropriate page of the aircraft technical log that the aircraft
is ETOPS CHECK COMPLETED.

RVSM Capability
Prior to every flight, review the following and action as required:
a) Aircraft technical log, all outstanding current and carried forward defects (ADD), Out-of-Phase Maintenance
(OPM) sheets, Notice-To-Crew (NTC) and Minimum Equipment List (MEL) items to ensure the aircraft is RVSM
CAPABLE.
b) Write in technical log if the A/C is not RVSM capable.

In accordance with AMS A330- Issue 10 Amd 01

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FORM No: VNA-TE-F37


Issued: 00 / Mar. 2009

QUY TRNH KIM TRA CUI NGY


TERMINAL/DAILY CHECK OR EQUIVALENT
Aircraft Type

A330

Affectivity A/C Reg. No:

Check Definitions and Notifications


a)
b)
c)

The TERMINAL Check shall be performed in principle every day and in any case interval must not exceed 36
hours elapsed time.
All fluids uplifted during the TERMINAL CHECK must be recorded on the current aircraft Technical Log page.
Preflight/Transit check is included in this terminal check procedure. If time to next flight is more than two (02)
hours, then it is required to perform preflight check again.

ETOPS Sector
All scheduled items in ETOPS PRE-DEPARTURE SERVICE CHECK must be accomplished within 2-4 hours of
ETOPS departure and The aircraft must be verified as ETOPS CHECK COMPLETED prior to every ETOPS sector.
Safety Pre-caution at aircraft arrival
In accordance with Line Maintenance / Ground Handling Procedures
Ensure parking area is clear of foreign objects or any other obstruction, check operation of aircraft exterior lights
during taxiing in, chock nose wheels fore and aft
Item

Title / Task Description / Requirement

ITEM

WORK TO BE CARRIED OUT

Carry out Transit Check IAW form A330 - PRE-FLIGHT / TRANSIT CHECK.

Install wheel chocks, nose landing gear and main landing gear safety pins.

Install all protective covers and blanks.

AMS 242400-01-3 (or 242400-01-2): Operational check of EMERGENCY GENERATION SYSTEMIAW. AMM : 24-24-00-710-801
Note: After test, dont forget to push the P/B Leak measurement valve Green.

Check seat covers and slide-raft covers for condition.

Do the following operational tests of:


External lights:
a. Landing light b. Runway Turnoff light
c. Taxi and Takeoff light
d. Logo Light
e. Anti collision/ Strobe light f. Wing and Engine Scan light g. Emergency light
Cabin lighting and passenger signs IAW AMM task 33-21-00-710-801

Do a general check of cockpit lighting and emergency torches, replenish spare bulb box as required.

Check Lavatories for general condition and functional operation


a. Waste Disposal Lid Spring Retention & Waste Enclosure Door Close
b. Operational condition of Wash Basin Drain. Check for cleanliness and evidence of water leakage.
c. Lavatory Door Latch Sliding & Locking with Light On/Off. Check the door indicator
d. Operational condition of Toilet Flushing

In accordance with AMS A330 Issue 10 Amd 01

Page 1 of 5

Item

Title / Task Description / Requirement


e. Operational condition of Soap Dispenser and cleanliness.
f. Condition of Waste Compartment Fire Ext, Temp Indicator
g. Condition of No Smoking Placard, Ashtray
h. Check the Passenger sign

AMS 324200-01-1:With parking brake applied, check heat pack wear indicator IAW AMM task 32-4000-210-802.

10

Do a general visual inspection of the landing-gear and the landing-gear doors from the ground
during the aircraft walk around including:
a. Nose landing gear and main landing gear proximity switches for security and cleanliness.
b. Main landing gear shock absorber for signs of leakage and normal extension.
c. Main landing gear sliding tube for scoring / damage and normal extension.
d. Nose landing gear shock absorber for signs of leakage and normal extension.
e. Wheels and tires (rim damage, sheared / missing tie bolts).
f. Hydraulic leaks (gear doors closed).
g. Nose landing gear taxi light for cleanliness.

11

In passenger cabin, do the following check of:


a. Passenger cabin for general condition and cleanliness.
b. Galleys for general condition, cleanliness and evidence of water leakage, and functional operation as
below.

Galley Sink Drain, Clogging


Operational condition and cleanliness of Galley Inserts (Oven, C/M, W/B, refrigerator)
Cleanliness of inside of Oven
Drain Clogging of inside of Ice Drawer Compartment

c. Check the Emergency equipment (Emergency Equipment Lits attached in Techlog book) for

Proper installation/Location
Damaged
Security Seal (if having)

d. First Aid Kit and Medical Kit for serviceable condition (seal, expiry date, condition,)
e. Wings upper surfaces and control surfaces through cabin windows for general condition and evidence
of fluid leakage.
12

IFE Operation Check:


Turn on the system
Play VIDEO PA then check
a) Monitor video quality.
b) Handset display chanel number
c) OVHD/Wall-mount monitor video quality
d) Check PA operation from all Cabin Handset follow:
- PA volume and PA quality
- Normal operation of PA Latch and Release

In accordance with AMS A330 Issue 10 Amd 01

Page 2 of 5

Item

Title / Task Description / Requirement

13

Print out of the APU/ Eng hours and cycles stored in the PDIMU(10TV)/DMU(1TV) IAW AMM task
31-36-00-740-816. Write to the Tech-log

14

Around APU area, do a general visual inspection of:

15

a.

Air intake: flap closed.

b.

Door: closed and secured.

c.

Drain mast, drains and vents.

d.

Exhaust.

e.

Fire extinguisher overpressure indicator.

Do a general visual inspection of stabilizers and cone / rear fuselage from ground as far as visible IAW
AMM task 05-23-00-200-801, 05-23-00-200-802 including:
a. Trimmable horizontal stabilizers and elevators.
b. Fin and rudder.
c. Static dischargers.

16

Do a GVI of upper half of fuselage from the ground as far as visible IAW AMM task 05-22-00-200-803

17

Do a general visual inspection of lower half of fuselage from ground as far as visible IAW AMM task 0521-00-200-801 OR 53-35-00-200-801, including:
a. Avionics equipment vent air inlet valve.
b. All service panels and doors IAW AMM task 05-28-00-200-801.
c. Fresh water and wastewater drain masts.
d. Pitot probes, static ports, and AOA sensors.
e. Exterior lights for cleanliness.
f. Radome: latches positively locked.
g. Crew oxygen cylinder overpressure indicator: green disc in place.
h. Outflow valve: no obstruction.
i. Antennas and beacon.

18

Do a general visual inspection of wings from ground as far as visible IAW AMM task 05-25-00-200-801,
including:
a. Leading edge slats.
b. Leading edge ventilation air intake: no obstruction.
c. Landing light for cleanliness.
d. Surge tank air intake: no obstruction.
e. Fuel tank overpressure protector disc: white cross in view.
f. Navigation and strobe lights.
g. Static dischargers.
h. Control surfaces, flaps and track fairings for damage and fluid leakage.
i. Lower wing surface: evidence of fuel leakage.

In accordance with AMS A330 Issue 10 Amd 01

Page 3 of 5

Item
19

Title / Task Description / Requirement


CARGO COMPARTMENT
a. Visually check Forward / Aft / Bulk cargo compartment lining to verify integrity of compartment
sealing
Note: Check cargo compartment liners for tears or punctures after cargo compartments have been
unloaded or prior to aircraft loading
b. Visually inspect Forward /Aft / Bulk cargo compartment door seals and seal depressors for condition.

20

Do a GVI of power plants, nacelles and pylons (cowlings closed) from ground IAW AMM task 05-24-00200-801-(1), including:
a. Cowlings: panels, air outlets, security of latches.
b. Fan thrust reverser doors: latches secured (red indicator not protruding).
c. Drain mast and pylon drains: no obstruction or fluid leakage.
d. Access doors and over pressure doors: in place, closed and secured.
e. Engine air inlets: lip skins, inner and outer intake cowls.
f. Fan exhausts: acoustic lining, exit vanes and struts, thrust reverser blocker doors.
g. Turbine exhausts: visible turbine blades, nozzle and plug (for damage and metal deposit).

21

Do the following:
a) De-energize the aircraft electrical network IAW AMM task 24-41-00-740-801.
b) Ensure all doors and service panels are properly closed and secured.
c) Ensure all required protective covers and blanks installed.

22

AMS 281100-10-1 Operate water drain VLV to drain accumulated water from center, inner, outer and
wing vent surge tanks I.A.W AMM: 123228-281-810

Safety Pre-caution at aircraft departure


Dispatch aircraft in accordance with Line Maintenance / Ground Handling Procedures
Prior to engine start, ensure area is free of any loose objects and obstruction, any remaining entry / service doors are
secured closed and wheel chocks removed

ETOPS Sectors If applicable


Prior to every ETOPS sector, ensure the aircraft is ETOPS CAPABLE review the following and action as required:
a) Aircraft technical log, all outstanding current and carried forward defects (ADD), Out-of-Phase Maintenance
(OPM) sheets, Notice-To-Crew (NTC) and Minimum Equipment List (MEL) items to ensure the aircraft is ETOPS
CAPABLE.
b) Check the ETOPS condition of the A/C has not been modified since last ETOPS CRS. Certify on the ETOPS
PREDEPARTURE SERVICE CHECK form and the appropriate page of the aircraft technical log that the aircraft
is ETOPS CHECK COMPLETED.

In accordance with AMS A330 Issue 10 Amd 01

Page 4 of 5

RVSM Capability
Prior to every flight, review the following and action as required:
a) Aircraft technical log, all outstanding current and carried forward defects (ADD), Out-of-Phase Maintenance
(OPM) sheets, Notice-To-Crew (NTC) and Minimum Equipment List (MEL) items to ensure the aircraft is RVSM
CAPABLE.
b) Write in techlog if the A/C is not RVSM capable.

In accordance with AMS A330 Issue 10 Amd 01

Page 5 of 5

FORM No: VNA-TE-F38


Issued: 00 / Mar. 2009

QUY TRNH KIM TRA NGOI TRNG


WEEKLY/LINE1/LINE2 CHECK OR EQUIVALENT
Aircraft Type
A/C Reg.
No.

A330

Station

Affectivity A/C Reg. No:

Date

Tech
Log page

Work
Package

Check Definitions and Notifications


a) The Weekly Check shall be carried out within every 07 days.
b) All fluids uplifted during the Weekly Check must be recorded on the current aircraft Technical Log page.
c) Preflight/Transit and Terminal check is included in this Weekly Check procedure. If time to next flight is more than two
(02) hours, then it is required to perform Preflight/Transit check again.
ETOPS Sector
All scheduled items in ETOPS PRE-DEPARTURE SERVICE CHECK must be accomplished within 2-4 hours of
ETOPS departure and The aircraft must be verified as ETOPS CHECK COMPLETED prior to every ETOPS sector.
Safety Pre-caution at aircraft arrival
In accordance with Line Maintenance / Ground Handling Procedures
Ensure parking area is clear of foreign objects or any other obstruction, check operation of aircraft exterior lights during
taxiing in, chock nose wheels fore and aft

Item

Title / Task Description / Requirement

Carry out Terminal check IAW form A330 - TERMINAL/DAILY CHECK OR


EQUIVALENT

Check Crew/ Attendant/ Passenger seats and belts for general condition, correct attachment and
proper function.

Clean all CRT, LCD screens.

DAR (DIGITAL ACMS RECORDER) OPTICAL DISK:


a.

Check for the presence of DAR maintenance status associated with fault message DAR
cassette 2TV.

b.

Check the presence of the one spare optical disk in the flight green bag.(Only for A371,
A372, A374, A375)

LOMS Requirement : Replacement of the QAR Disk (Apply for A/C use the Optical disk:
A371, A372, A374, A375) IAW AMM task 31-36-52-600-803-A for flight data storage .

Cross check fluid level on each reservoir, on ECAM hydraulic page and ground service panel
indicator IAW AMM task 29-31-00-200-801 ref. AMS task 293000-01-1.

COCKPIT AND CABIN INSPECTION:

a.

Do a visual inspection of passenger compartment, including seat track


covers, ceiling panels, light covers, window panels, forward and aft partitions
and stowage, literature pocket and magazine rack, attendant seats, shroud
and cover on each lavatory

b.

Check that the switch is in armed position on ELT remote control panel in cockpit.

c.

Make sure that all push-buttons are in the normal position, mainly on the overhead panel.
Note:

In accordance with AMS A330 Issue 10 Amd 01

MECH

Page 1 of 3

INSP

Item

Title / Task Description / Requirement

MECH

MAINTENANCE PANEL 285 VU

+ THE P/B LEAK MEASUREMENT VALVES ARE PUSHED AND UNLIGHTED.

d.

Check the LED function of Flashlight. If the monitoring circuit flash is dim or the flash
interval exceeds ten seconds, replacement of the battery pack at the next convenient
opportunity (not to exceed ten days)

CABIN SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Check the slide bottles pressure indication on PIM (CIDS
energized).

If message indicated on PIM is check slide pressure (x) (x) (x) (x) (on door page): it is
necessary to perform a visual check of bottle pressure.

If the needle is aligned with the cursor green band: no additional action is required.
If the needle is not aligned with the cursor green band: replace the escape slide.
8

a.

Cleaning of the toilet vacuum waste lines with chemical cleaning agent and crushed ice
IAW AMM task 38-31-00-100-807 ref. AMS task 383100-04-1.
At each toilet, perform a flush test as follow:

b.

c.

Push and release the toilet flush switch.


Check that toilet flushes the bowl correctly without leaks and check you have correct
vacuum.
Operational check of soap dispensers, Replace if necessary

General visual inspection of the landing gears and the landing gear doors IAW AMM task 05-2710 PB 601; 05-27-30 PB 601

10

CARGO COMPARTMENTS:
a.

LOWER DECK FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT: Visual check of linings, floor


panels, sealing strips, protection plates, decompression panels and access door IAW AMM
task 25-52-00-210-801 ref. AMS task 255200-01-1.

b.

LOWER DECK AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT: Visual check of linings, floor panels,
sealing strips, protection plates, decompression panels and access doors IAW AMM task 2553-00-210-801 ref. AMS task 255300-01-1.
LOWER DECK BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT: Visual check of

c.

Linings, floor panels, sealing strips and access door IAW AMM task 25-54-00-210-801
ref. AMS task 255400-01-1.

Decompression panels IAW AMM task 25-54-00-210-803.


d.

Check automatic return of cargo door selector lever in stop / neutral position and stopping of
yellow electric hydraulic pump after 10 seconds when the cargo door is in full closed
position IAW AMM task 52-30-00-410-801.

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT:


Visual Inspection of the Cargo Compartment and the Component of the Cargo Loading
System such as: PDU, Roller, Side wall
Operational test proximity switches which control the longitudinal and/or the transverse
Power Drive Units (PDU). IAW AMM task 25-51-00-710-801-A.

11

Check pressure of the portable oxygen cylinder by reading the gauge IAW AMM task 35-30-00210-801 ref. AMS task 353000-01-1.

12

a.

Check of the tamper seal / serviceability indication of the flight crew portable protective
breathing equipment IAW AMM task 35-31-52-210-802 ref. AMS task 353100-01-1.

In accordance with AMS A330 Issue 10 Amd 01

Page 2 of 3

INSP

Item

13

Title / Task Description / Requirement


b.

Check of the tamper seal / serviceability indication of the cabin attendants portable
protective breathing equipment IAW AMM task 35-30-00-210-802 ref. AMS task 35320002-1.

Check APU oil level on sight glass and service as required IAW AMM task 12-13-49-612801.

Check APU lube and generator scavenge filters differential pressure indicator position.
(pop-out not protruding) Refer AMS task 499100-01-2, AMM 499141-210-801
*Do not APU re- start, if DPI pop-out or oil chip detected, until APU trouble shooting done.

14

LUBRICATION OF MLG BOGIE PIVOT PIN IAW AMM task 122232-640-801 ref AMS
task 321000-04-1

15

I.A.W AMM 31-36-00-740-070-A. Test the ACMS Special function/Reprograming


Procedures to make sure the message *ENABLE show below all the Report
Note: password for A/C from A371-A375: PASSWD3
password for A/C from A376-A381: ENGI
password for A383: LINE and ENGI

16

IFE Operation Check: Do the bite test for IFE system and send the record to MCC to
upload to OEM website server.

MECH

INSP

Safety Pre-caution at aircraft departure


Dispatch aircraft in accordance with Line Maintenance / Ground Handling Procedures
Prior to engine start, ensure area is free of any loose objects and obstruction, any remaining entry / service doors are
secured closed and wheel chocks removed
RVSM Capability
Prior to every flight, review the following and action as required:
a) Aircraft technical log, all outstanding current and carried forward defects (ADD), Out-of-Phase Maintenance (OPM)
sheets, Notice-To-Crew (NTC) and Minimum Equipment List (MEL) items to ensure the aircraft is RVSM
CAPABLE.
b) Write in techlog if the A/C is not RVSM capable.
ETOPS Sectors If applicable
Prior to every ETOPS sector, ensure the aircraft is ETOPS CAPABLE review the following and action as required:
a) Aircraft technical log, all outstanding current and carried forward defects (ADD), Out-of-Phase Maintenance (OPM)
sheets, Notice-To-Crew (NTC) and Minimum Equipment List (MEL) items to ensure the aircraft is ETOPS
CAPABLE.
b) Check the ETOPS condition of the A/C has not been modified since last ETOPS CRS. Certify on the ETOPS
PREDEPARTURE SERVICE CHECK form and the appropriate page of the aircraft technical log that the aircraft is
ETOPS CHECK COMPLETED.
CERTIFICATE OF RELEASE TO SERVICE
The work recorded has been carried out in accordance with the requirements of VAR-145 for the time being in force and in
respect to that work the aircraft / aircraft equipment is considered fit for service.
Date:

Signature:.......................... Stamp Holder:..............................Time (UTC):

The stamp / signature in the inspection column denote work has been carried out in accordance with the above requirements.

In accordance with AMS A330 Issue 10 Amd 01

Page 3 of 3

A330 ETOPS PRE-DEPARTURE SERVICE CHECK


A/C
Reg. No.

Flight
Hours

Item

Flight
No.

Station

Date

Maintenance Task
Check is to be completed within 2-4 hours of ETOPS departure

1
2

4
5
6

7
8
9

10
11

12

13
14

15

16

Review aircraft logbook for reported discrepancies and oil consumption for previous
flights. Correct as necessary.
Verify ECAM status level message (including auto land downgrade status message)
and higher are resolved or approved dispatch paperwork is applied. ETOPS
Qualification Required.
General Visual Inspection (GVI) of the fuselage access/service panels, hatches,
navigation/communication antennas and radome from ground level, for obvious
damage and security..
GVI of the nose and main landing gear doors, tires, wheels and brakes for obvious
damage and wear or hydraulic leak. Check Oleo extensions appear normal.
GVI of the static ports, Total Air Temperature (TAT) probes, pitot static probes, ice
detector probes (if installed) and angle-of-attack (AOA) sensors for obvious damage.
GVI of the left and right wing leading edge and associated devices, trailing edge and
associated devices, wing lower surface, wing tip area, and wing to fuselage section
for general condition.
GVI of the fuselage and APU in areas of drain masts and drains for fluid leakage.
GVI of all air inlet/exhaust doors and cabin pressure outflow valve to ensure there
are no obstructions.
GVI of the vertical stabilizer, rudder, horizontal stabilizers, and elevators for obvious
damage.
Visually inspect cargo door (fwd/aft/bulk) seals for damage prior to closing the doors
after aircraft loading has been completed
GVI of the left engine thrust reverser, exhaust area, strut, and visible turbine blades
for obvious damage and evidence of metal/oil accumulation.
GVI of the left engine cowling, inlet cowl, nosedome and visible fan blades for
obvious damage. GVI of access panels and blowout doors for condition and security.
Also GVI for open latches and signs of fluid leakage.
Verify the left engine oil level and service as necessary.
ETOPS Qualification Required.
Indicate amount added: _______________
GVI of the right engine thrust reverser, exhaust area, strut, and visible turbine blades
for obvious damage and evidence of metal/oil accumulation.
GVI of the right engine cowling, inlet cowl, nosedome and visible fan blades for
obvious damage. GVI of access panels and blowout doors for condition and
security. Also GVI for open latches and signs of fluid leakage.
Verify the right engine oil level and service as necessary.
ETOPS Qualification Required.
Indicate amount added: _______________
Verify the APU oil level and service as necessary. It is acceptable to use flight deck

In accordance with AMS A330 iss 10 am01

ETOPS PDSC

Page 1 of 2

A330 ETOPS PRE-DEPARTURE SERVICE CHECK


indications for this task.
ETOPS Qualification Required.
Indicate amount added: _______________
Final Check Sign-Off
All ETOPS Checks performed by ETOPS qualified mechanic.
Engine and APU oil consumption rate checked and acceptable to MCC.
Note: Unless otherwise specified, all GVIs are to be performed from ground level.

In accordance with AMS A330 iss 10 am01

ETOPS PDSC

Page 2 of 2

SECTION3

SCHEDULE
COMPONENT
MAINTENANCE

A330 maintenance schedule


LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
TITLE/CHAPTER/ZONE

PAGE

AMDT /
ISSUE NO

ENGINE LIFE LIMITED PART


LIST

1-9

01/10

ALS PARTS 1
INTRODUCTION
LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED
PARTS LIST
LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED
PARTS LIST
LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED
PARTS LIST
LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED
PARTS LIST
LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED
PARTS LIST

1
2
3
4
5
6

LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED


PARTS LIST

LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED


PARTS LIST

LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED


PARTS LIST

LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED


PARTS LIST

10

ISSUE 10 AMENDMENT 01

PAGE

AMDT /
ISSUE NO

SYSTEMS LIFE LIMITED


COMPONENTS
SYSTEMS LIFE LIMITED
COMPONENTS
SYSTEMS LIFE LIMITED
COMPONENTS
SYSTEMS LIFE LIMITED
COMPONENTS
SYSTEMS LIFE LIMITED
COMPONENTS

01/10
01/10
01/10

TASK NUMBER AND


COMPONENT PART NUMBER
CROSS REFERENCE
TASK NUMBER AND
COMPONENT PART NUMBER
CROSS REFERENCE
TASK NUMBER AND
COMPONENT PART NUMBER
CROSS REFERENCE
TASK NUMBER AND
COMPONENT PART NUMBER
CROSS REFERENCE
TASK NUMBER AND
COMPONENT PART NUMBER
CROSS REFERENCE

01/10

01/10

01/10

13
14
15

AMDT /
ISSUE NO

01/10
1
2
3
4
5

01/10
01/10
01/10
01/10
01/10

01/10

01/10

12

PAGE

01/10

01/10

11

TITLE/CHAPTER/ZONE

ALS PARTS 4 INTRODUCTION

01/10

LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED


PARTS LIST

LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED


PARTS LIST
LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED
PARTS LIST
LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED
PARTS LIST
LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED
PARTS LIST
LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED
PARTS LIST

TITLE/CHAPTER/ZONE

01/10
1
01/10
2
01/10
3
01/10
4
01/10
5

01/10
01/10
01/10
01/10
01/10

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

Page: 1

A330 maintenance schedule


LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
TITLE/CHAPTER/ZONE
LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED
PARTS LIST
LANDINGEAR LIFE LIMITED
PARTS LIST

PAGE

16-20
11

AMDT /
ISSUE NO

TITLE/CHAPTER/ZONE

PAGE

AMDT /
ISSUE NO

AMDT /
ISSUE NO

01/10

01/10

LLP-23

01/10

TCI-24

01/10

LLP-25

01/10

TCI-24

01/10

TCI-24

01/10

LLP-26

01/10

LLP-26

01/10

TCI-26

01/10

TCI-26

01/10

01/10

TCI-27

01/10

TCI-27

01/10

LLP-34

01/10

TCI-29

01/10

LLP-35

01/10

TCI-35

01/10

01/10
LLP-31

01/10
01/10

LLP-32

ISSUE 10 AMENDMENT 01

PAGE

01/10

TCI-21

TCI-26

TITLE/CHAPTER/ZONE

01/10
01/10

LLP-72

01/10

LLP-72

01/10

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

Page: 2

A330 Maintenance Schedule

SECTION 3
GENERAL INTRODUCTION
1. GENERAL
This section includes all the scheduled tasks related to Time Control Item and Life
Limited Part.
Task listed in table TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT
PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE are connected to the removal/installation of
components/parts, which are to be restored/overhauled/tested in a workshop and then
may be re-installed on a different A/C (rotables).
This does not include components removed, cleaned and put back on the same A/C
without going into a workshop.

Note:
-

Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.


For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of
Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of
Component not available or not mention, refer to the table TIME CONTROLLED
ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS
REFERENCE for threshold/interval.

A330 Maintenance Schedule

A330 ENGINE LIFE LIMITED PARTS LIST


IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5
THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5 IS THE REFERENCE.

No
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Description
HubLPC Assembly

Disk Drum Rotor Assembly


Disk LPC, 1.3 Stage
Disk LPC, 1.6 Stage
Disk LPC, 2nd Stage
Disk LPC, 3rd Stage
Disk LPC, 4th Stage
Coupling Assy. Turbine
Shaft

P/N
51B321
.51B301

Life Limit (CY) EFECTIVITY


15,000 ALL

52B021
.52B001

15,000 ALL

50B88201
50B88202
50B88203
50B88204
50B88205
50B88206
51A275
.51A274

15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000

51A030
.51A027
9
10

HPC Hub Front


Disk HPC, 5th Stage

11

HPC Disk Drum Rotor


Assembly
(a) Part number obtained by
reidentification in SB
PW4G10072105

(a)

ISSUE:10,AMENDMENT:01

Remarks

Reference
Reference
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
Reference
7,000 ALL
Reference

51H572
54H405
51H905
54H81601

15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000

54H816101

15,000 ALL

55H10601
55H106101

15,000 ALL
15,000 ALL

ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL

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A330 ENGINE LIFE LIMITED PARTS LIST


IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5
THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5 IS THE REFERENCE.

No

Description
(a)

12
13

Disk HPC, 6th Stage


Disk HPC, 7th Stage

14

Disk HPC, 8th Stage

15

Disk HPC, 9th Stage

16
17

Disk HPC, 10th Stage


Disk HPC, 11th Stage

18

Disk HPC, 12th Stage

19

DiskDrum Rotor
Assembly_Stage 13 thru 15

ISSUE:10,AMENDMENT:01

P/N
53H97601
53H976101
50S10601
53H97602
54H81602
53H97603
54H81603
53H97604
54H81604
53H97605
53H97606
54H62602
53H97607
53H97608
55H10602

Life Limit (CY)


15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000

50S813-01
54H80301
56H01301
53H97301
54H803001
54H803002
53H973001
56H013001

14,900
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000

EFECTIVITY
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL

Remarks

PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

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A330 Maintenance Schedule

A330 ENGINE LIFE LIMITED PARTS LIST


IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5
THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5 IS THE REFERENCE.

No

Description

ISSUE:10,AMENDMENT:01

P/N
58H23601
50S813001

Life Limit (CY) EFECTIVITY


15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
14,900 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

54H803-004

14,900 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

54H803-005

14,900 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

54H803-006

15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

56H013-002

15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

58H236-001

14,900 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

58H236-002

14,900 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

Remarks

(b) Part number


obtained by
reidentification in SB
PW4G-100-72-241.
(b) Part number
obtained by
reidentification in SB
PW4G-100-72-241.
(b) Part number
obtained by
reidentification in SB
PW4G-100-72-241.
(b) Part number
obtained by
reidentification in SB
PW4G-100-72-241.
(b) Part number
obtained by
reidentification in SB
PW4G-100-72-241.
(b) Part number
obtained by
reidentification in SB
PW4G-100-72-241.
(b) Part number
obtained by
reidentification in SB
PW4G-100-72-241.

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A330 Maintenance Schedule

A330 ENGINE LIFE LIMITED PARTS LIST


IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5
THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5 IS THE REFERENCE.

No

20

21

22

Description

P/N
58H236-00

Life Limit (CY) EFECTIVITY


15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

50S813-01

15,000 PW41641D, PW4164C1D,


PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D, PW4168A1D,
PW4170

53H97302
56H01302
50S81302

15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
15,000 PW41641D, PW4164C1D,
PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D, PW4168A1D,
PW4170

53H97303
56H01303
50S81303

15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
15,000 PW41641D, PW4164C1D,
PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D, PW4168A1D,
PW4170

54H80303
56H01304
53H97304

15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

Remarks
(b) Part number
obtained by
reidentification in SB
PW4G-100-72-241.

Disk HPC, 13th Stage

Disk HPC, 14th Stage

Disk HPC, 15th Stage

ISSUE:10,AMENDMENT:01

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IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5
THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5 IS THE REFERENCE.

No

Description

P/N
50S81304

50S813-04
23

Life Limit (CY) EFECTIVITY


15,000 PW41641D, PW4164C1D,
PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D, PW4168A1D,
PW4170
14,900 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

Remarks

Hub HPC, 15th Stage

24

Shaft HPC Drive

25

Seal Air Diffuser

26

Hub Turbine Front Assembly


(1st stage)

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58H23602
54H80302
53H97305
50S81305

15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000

54H767
53H347
54H792
53H431

15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000

52L301
.51L901

15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
PW41641D, PW4164C1D,
PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D, PW4168A1D,
PW4170
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL

Reference

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IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5
THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5 IS THE REFERENCE.

No

27

28

Description

P/N
55L111
.55L061

Life Limit (CY) EFECTIVITY


15,000 PW41641D, PW4164C1D,
PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D,
PW4168A1D,PW4170 ,
PW41641D, PW4164C1D,
PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D,
PW4168A1D,PW4170

52L402
52L802
.52L002

15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

55L102
.55L112

15,000 PW41641D, PW4164C1D,


PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D, PW4168A1D,
PW4170, PW41641D,
PW4164C1D,
PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D, PW4168A1D,
PW4170

50L485
50L879

15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

Remarks

Hub Turbine Rear (Stage 2)

Seal Air, HPT, 1st Stage


(Outer Rotating)

ISSUE:10,AMENDMENT:01

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IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5
THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5 IS THE REFERENCE.

No

Description

P/N

Life Limit (CY) EFECTIVITY


12,600 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

50L879

29

Plate Ring, HPT Blade 2nd


Stage

30

Seal Air, HPT, 2nd Stage

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50L242

12,900 PW41641D, PW4164C1D,


PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D, PW4168A1D,
PW4170
15,000 ALL

50L195
53L027

15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


1,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

Remarks
Refer to AD 2011-2509 and ASB 72-236:
reduce the limit at the
first piece part exposure
after the effective date
of the AD (10-Jan-12).

The total cycles that the


air seal can accumulate
as PN 53L027 is 1,000
cycles but the combined
life as PN 50L195 a PN
53L027 can not be
more than the life
cycles of PN 50L195 as
listed. For HPT air
sealing ring which has
been worked to remove
crack indications and is
reidentified to PN
53L027 by Alert
Service Bulletin

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IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5
THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5 IS THE REFERENCE.

No

Description

P/N

Life Limit (CY) EFECTIVITY

Remarks
PW4G100A7280.
PN 53L027 sealing ring
can be continued in
service for an additional
1000 cycles after which
the ring must be retired.

53L030

31

32

15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


13,900 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A

53L030

12,700 PW41641D, PW4164C1D,


PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D, PW4168A1D,
PW4170

50L664
50L664

15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


14,800 PW41641D, PW4164C1D,
PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D, PW4168A1D,
PW4170
15,000 ALL

Refer to AD 2011-2509 and ASB 72-236:


reduce the limit at the
first piece part exposure
after the effective date
of the AD (10-Jan-12).

Ring Air Sealing, HPT, 1st


stage (Inner Rotating)

Disk LPT, 3rd Stage

ISSUE:10,AMENDMENT:01

50N803

The air seal must be


replaced along with the
brush seal when
MFlange is separated.

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IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5
THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5 IS THE REFERENCE.

No
33

Description
Disk LPT, 4th Stage

P/N

Life Limit (CY) EFECTIVITY

(a)

50N924
50N424
51N404
51N304

(b)

50N924/D

34

Hub LPT, 5th Stage

51N405
51N505

15,000 ALL
15,000 ALL

35

Disk LPT, 6th Stage


50N686
50N886
51N706
50N587
50N487
50N521

15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000

36

Disk LPT, 7th Stage

37

Seal Air, LPT, 3rd Stage


(Outer Rotating)

38

Seal Air, LPT, 4th Stage


50N478 or
50N478001

ISSUE:10,AMENDMENT:01

Remarks

15,000
9,500
15,000
15,000

ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL

Part number obtained


by reidentification in
SB
PW4G10072105.
Disk, PN 50N924 Rev
D, see SB
PW4G10072105
for the applicable serial
numbers that have the
reduced cycle life.

7,500 ALL

PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL

4,500 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


PW41641D, PW4164C1D,

Post SB 72-218

Refer to AD
20010507: Fewer

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IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5
THE PW4000 SERIES ENGINE MANUAL CHAPTER 5 IS THE REFERENCE.

No

Description

P/N

Life Limit (CY) EFECTIVITY


PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D, PW4168A1D,
PW4170.
1,500 CIS after
the effective
date of this AD

6,000 CSN

39

40

41

51N038

15,000

50N419
50N419

15,000 PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A


9,520 PW41641D, PW4164C1D,
PW4164C/B1D,
PW41681D, PW4168A1D,
PW4170

51A11701
51A37701
52A40201
52A51901
50N420

15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000

Remarks
than or equal to 3,000
CSN.
Refer to AD
20010507: More
than 3,000 CSN but
fewer than or equal to
4,500 CSN
Refer to AD
20010507: More
than 4,500 CSN but
fewer than 6,000 CSN

Seal Air, LPT, 5th Stage

Front Compressor Drive


Turbine (LPT) Shaft

Seal Air, LPT, 3rd Stage


(Inner Rotating)

PW4164, PW4168
PW4164, PW4168, PW4168A
ALL
ALL
ALL

ISSUE:10,AMENDMENT:01

10

Page

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 1, THE ALS PART 1 IS THE REFERENCE.
(*) Whichever occurs first.
LIFE LIMITS (*)

Explanation notes are located under the assy title

A330-2xx
Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

LDG

Cal.

WV02x

WV05x
WV06x

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

MAIN STRUT AND DRESSINGS (FIG. 01 & 02)

(1) Embodiment of MOD 46902/SB A330-32-3096 introduces a different PNR. MOD 46902 factory embodied on original landing gear
of MSN 271 and subsequent.
(2) Embodiment of MOD 46903/SB A330-32-3096 introduces a different PNR. MOD 46903 factory embodied on original landing gear
of MSN 271 and subsequent.
(3) Embodiment of MOD 46904/SB A330-32-3095 introduces a different PNR. MOD 46904 factory embodied on original landing gear
of MSN 271 and subsequent.
(4) Parts that have been installed on any A330-300 series aircraft must not be fitted to any A340 aircraft models.
(6) These limits do NOT apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437

Forward pintle pin

201489623 (2)

75000

50000

10 Ye

Upper torque link pin

201489600 (1)

60000

19700

10 Ye

Upper torque link

201489303

57000

13200

N/A

X (6)

Lower torque link

201489304

57000

13200

N/A

X (6)

Lower torque link pin

201489601 (1)

60000

14300

10 Ye

Bogie beam pivot pin

201489621 (3)

19000

4000

5 Ye

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)


MAIN STRUT (FIG. 01 to 03)

(1) Embodiment of MOD 46904/SB A330-32-3095 introduces a different PNR. MOD 46904 factory embodied on original landing
gear of MSN 271 and subsequent.
(2) Parts that have been installed on any A330-300 series aircraft must not be fitted to any A340 aircraft models.
(3) Rework in accordance with SB A330-32-3053/VSB A33/34-32-90 (MOD 45480) introduces a different PNR.
(4) Rework in accordance with VSB A33/34-32-82 (MOD 45479) introduces a different PNR.
(5) Both FH and LDG limits apply from the time the part was reworked in accordance with VSB A33/34-32-82. Nevertheless, the
sum of the accumulated lives PRE
and POST VSB A33/34-32-82 must not exceed 75000 FH / 50000 LDG.
(6) Rework in accordance with SB A330-32-3215/VSB A33/34-32-257 (MOD 56498) introduces a different PNR.
(7) These limits apply to parts identified as S1 in Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Service Letter A33-34 A20 revision 07, dated 20-Jul-2012.
(8) These limits apply to parts identified as S3 in Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Service Letter A33-34 A20 revision 07, dated 20-Jul-2012.
(9) These limits apply to parts on which SB A330-32-3215/VSB A33/34-32-257 (MOD 56498) has been performed at or before
accumulation of 8750 LDG.
(10) These limits apply to parts on which SB A330-32-3215/VSB A33/34-32-257 (MOD 56498) has been performed after
accumulation of 8750 LDG.
(11) These limits apply to parts identified as S2C in Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Service Letter A33-34 A20 revision 07, dated 20-Jul-2012.
(12) These limits apply to parts NOT identified in notes (7), (8) and (11) above.
(13) These limitations apply to parts on which SB A330-32-3215/VSB A33/34-32-257 (MOD 56498) has been performed at or
before accumulation of 14000 LDG.
(14) These limits apply to parts on which SB A330-32-3215/VSB A33/34-32-257 (MOD 56498) has been performed after
accumulation of 14000 LDG.
(15) These limits do NOT apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437.
Main fitting (LH)

201488301 (6)

53000

22000

N/A

X (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488318 (6)

94520

22000

N/A

X (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488320 (6)

94520

22000

N/A

X (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488322 (6)

53000

22000

N/A

X (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488324 (6)

46870

13750

N/A

X (7)

X (7)

Main fitting (LH)

201488324 (6)

57000

16685

N/A

X (8)

X (8) (15)

REF: ALS PART 1 R07 SUB PART 1-2

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 1, THE ALS PART 1 IS THE REFERENCE.
(*) Whichever occurs first.
LIFE LIMITS (*)

Explanation notes are located under the assy title

A330-2xx
Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

LDG

Cal.

WV02x

WV05x
WV06x

Main fitting (LH)

201488324 (6)

N/A

N/A

31-Mar-09

X (11)

X (11)

Main fitting (LH)

201488324 (6)

94520

22000

N/A

X (12)

X (12) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488326 (6)

94520

22000

N/A

X (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488329

120000

29330

N/A

X (13)

X (13) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488329

94520

22000

N/A

X (14)

X (14) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488331

120000

29330

N/A

X (13)

X (13) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488331

94520

22000

N/A

X (14)

X (13) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488333

120000

29330

N/A

X (13)

X (13) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488333

94520

22000

N/A

X (14)

X (14) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488335

46870

23500

N/A

X (7) (9)

X (7) (9)

Main fitting (LH)

201488335

46870

13750

N/A

X (7) (10)

X (7) (10)

Main fitting (LH)

201488335

57000

16685

N/A

X (8)

X (8) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488335

N/A

N/A

31-Mar-09

X (11)

X (11)

Main fitting (LH)

201488335

120000

29330

N/A

X (12) (13)

X (12) (13) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488335

94520

22000

N/A

X (12) (14)

X (12) (14) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488337

53000

35000

N/A

X (13)

X (13) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488337

65850

20000

N/A

X (13)

X (13) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488337

53000

22000

N/A

X (14)

X (14) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488339

65850

20000

N/A

X (13)

X (13) (15)

Main fitting (LH)

201488339

53000

22000

N/A

X (14)

X (14) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488300 (6)

53000

22000

N/A

X (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488319 (6)

94520

22000

N/A

X (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488321 (6)

94520

22000

N/A

X (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488323 (6)

53000

22000

N/A

X (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488325 (6)

46870

13750

N/A

X (7)

X (7)

Main fitting (RH)

201488325 (6)

57000

16685

N/A

X (8)

X (8) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488325 (6)

N/A

N/A

31-Mar-09

X (11)

X (11)

Main fitting (RH)

201488325 (6)

94520

22000

N/A

X (12)

X (12) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488327 (6)

94520

22000

N/A

X (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488330

120000

29330

N/A

X (13)

X (13) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488330

94520

22000

N/A

X (14)

X (14) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488332

120000

29330

N/A

X (13)

X (13) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488332

94520

22000

N/A

X (14)

X (14) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488334

120000

29330

N/A

X (13)

X (13) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488334

94520

22000

N/A

X (14)

X (14) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488336

46870

23500

N/A

X (7) (9)

X (7) (9)

Main fitting (RH)

201488336

46870

13750

N/A

X (7) (10)

X (7) (10)

Main fitting (RH)

201488336

57000

16685

N/A

X (8)

X (8) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488336

N/A

N/A

31-Mar-09

X (11)

X (11)

Main fitting (RH)

201488336

120000

29330

N/A

X (12) (13)

X (12) (13) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488336

94520

22000

N/A

X (12) (14)

X (12) (14) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488338

65850

20000

N/A

X (13)

X (13) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488338

53000

22000

N/A

X (14)

X (14) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488340

65850

20000

N/A

X (13)

X (13) (15)

Main fitting (RH)

201488340

53000

22000

N/A

X (14)

X (14) (15)

201488610 (1)

19000

4000

5 Ye

Pin SM7

REF: ALS PART 1 R07 SUB PART 1-2

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 1, THE ALS PART 1 IS THE REFERENCE.
(*) Whichever occurs first.
LIFE LIMITS (*)

Explanation notes are located under the assy title

A330-2xx
Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

LDG

Cal.

Pin SM8

201488607 (1)

19000

4000

Pin SM9

201488606 (1)

19000

4000

WV02x

WV05x
WV06x

5 Ye

5 Ye

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

MAIN STRUT AND DRESSINGS (FIG. 01 & 02)

SHOCK STRUT (FIG. 03 & 04)

(1) The 10-year limit applies to parts that have been operated on any A330 before 31-Oct-1998, regardless of subsequent
applications they have been fitted to.
(2) Rework in accordance with SB A330-32-3204/VSB A33/34-32-233 or VSB A33/34-32-234 (MOD 55801) introduces a
different PNR.
(3) These limits apply to parts identified as S1 in Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Service Letter A33-34 A20 revision 07, dated 20-Jul-2012.
(4) These limits apply to parts NOT identified in note (3) above.
(5) These limits do NOT apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437.
Sliding piston

201487300 (2)

67500

18900

N/A

X (5)

Sliding piston

201487307 (2)

42180

11810

N/A

X (3)

X (3) (5)

Sliding piston

201487307 (2)

67500

18900

N/A

X (4)

X (4) (5)

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

BOGIE AND DRESSINGS (FIG. 01)

BOGIE ASSEMBLY (FIG. 01)

(1) These limits apply to parts identified as S2A in Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Service Letter A33-34 A20 revision 07, dated 20-Jul-2012.
(2) These limits apply to parts identified as S2B in Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Service Letter A33-34 A20 revision 07, dated 20-Jul-2012.
(3) These limits apply to parts identified as S2C in Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Service Letter A33-34 A20 revision 07, dated 20-Jul-2012.
(4) These limits apply to parts NOT identified in notes (1), (2) and (3) above.
(5) These limits apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437.
(6) These limits do NOT apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437.

Bogie beam

201272302

72300

50000

N/A

X (6)

Bogie beam

201272304

42610

28405

N/A

X (1)

X (1)

Bogie beam

201272304

12710

8470

N/A

X (2)

X (2)

Bogie beam

201272304

N/A

N/A

31-Mar-09

X (3)

X (3)

Bogie beam

201272304

72300

50000

N/A

X (4)

X (4) (6)

Bogie beam

201272306

72300

50000

N/A

X (6)

Bogie beam

201272307

42610

28405

N/A

X (1)

X (1)

Bogie beam

201272307

12710

8470

N/A

X (2)

X (2)

Bogie beam

201272307

N/A

N/A

31-Mar-09

X (3)

X (3)

Bogie beam

201272307

72300

50000

N/A

X (4)

X (4) (6)

Bogie beam

201485300

72300

50000

N/A

X (6)

Bogie beam

201485301

72300

50000

N/A

X (6)

Bogie beam

50-2117002-00

122360

44600

N/A

X (1) (2)

X (1) (2) (6)

Bogie beam

50-2117002-00

72500

30000

N/A

Bogie beam

50-2117002-00

N/A

N/A

31-Mar-09

Bogie beam

50-2117002-00

122360

44600

N/A

X (4)

X (4) (6)

Bogie beam

50-2117002-01

122360

44600

N/A

X (1) (2)

X (1) (2) (6)

Bogie beam

50-2117002-01

N/A

N/A

31-Mar-09

X (3)

X (3)

Bogie beam

50-2117002-01

122360

44600

N/A

X (4)

X (4) (6)

REF: ALS PART 1 R07 SUB PART 1-2

X (1) (2) (5)


X (3)

X (3)

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 1, THE ALS PART 1 IS THE REFERENCE.
(*) Whichever occurs first.
LIFE LIMITS (*)

Explanation notes are located under the assy title

A330-2xx
Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

LDG

Cal.

WV02x

WV05x
WV06x

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

COMPLETE SIDE STAY (FIG. 01, 05 & 06)

(BASIC) SIDE STAY (FIG. 05)

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

COMPLETE SIDE STAY (FIG. 01, 05 & 06)

Lower lock link

201482300

N/A

35500

N/A

Lower lock link

201482305

N/A

35500

N/A

ATA 32-21-00 NOSE LANDING GEAR (FIG. 07 & 08)

NOSE LANDING GEAR LEG (FIG. 07)

MAIN FITTING-SHOCK ABSORBER STRUCTURE (FIG. 07 & 08)

X
X

LOCK LINK (FIG. 06)

Restrictor valve

D65060

N/A

N/A

1-Jan-16

Restrictor valve

D67237

N/A

N/A

1-Jan-16

Support tube

D64020-1

N/A

N/A

1-Jan-16

Support tube

D67232-1

N/A

N/A

1-Jan-16

REF: ALS PART 1 R07 SUB PART 1-2

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 1, THE ALS PART 1 IS THE REFERENCE.
(*) Whichever occurs first.
Explanation notes are located under the assy title

DEMONSTRATED
FATIGUE LIVES (*)
A330-2xx

Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

LDG

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

WV02x

WV05x
WV06x

(1) xx at the end of the PNR stands for any number between 00 and 99, including unused digits.
(2) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft PRE MOD 54500 and PRE SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) or POST SB
A330-32-3222 (MOD 57288).
(3) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft POST MOD 54500 or POST SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) and PRE SB
A330-32-3222 (MOD 57288).
(4) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft PRE SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) or POST SB A330-32-3222 (MOD
57288).
(5) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft POST SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) and PRE SB A330-32-3222 (MOD
57288).
Aft pintle pin (LH) (1)

F32155011000xx

130000

40000

Aft pintle pin (LH) (1)

F32155021000xx

130000

40000

X (4)

Aft pintle pin (LH) (1)

F32155021000xx

125000

46800

Aft pintle pin (RH) (1)

F32155011001xx

130000

40000

Aft pintle pin (RH) (1)

F32155021001xx

130000

40000

X (4)

Aft pintle pin (RH) (1)

F32155021001xx

125000

46800

Aft pintle pin nut

SLN40927

130000

40000

Aft pintle pin nut

SLN40927

125000

50000

Aft pintle pin nut

SLN41180

130000

40000

Aft pintle pin nut

SLN41180

125000

50000

X
X (3)
X
X (3)

X (4)
X (3)
X (4)
X (3)

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

MAIN STRUT AND DRESSINGS (FIG. 01 & 02)

1) These limits apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437.
(2) These limits do NOT apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437.
Forward pintle pin

201489752

130000

40000

X (2)

Forward pintle pin

55-2105042-00

75000

40000

X (2)

Forward pintle pin lock bolt

201275895

130000

40000

X (2)

Forward pintle pin lock bolt

201589601

130000

40000

X (2)

Forward pintle pin lock bolt

55-2105058-00

75000

40000

X (2)

Upper torque link pin

201489753

130000

40000

X (2)

Upper torque link pin

55-2105055-00

75000

40000

X (2)

Upper torque link

201676300

120000

30000

X (2)

Upper torque link

50-2105021-00

75000

40000

X (2)

Torque link apex pin

201489602

130000

40000

X (2)

Torque link apex pin

201676600

120000

30000

X (2)

Torque link apex pin

55-2105054-00

75000

40000

X (2)

Torque link apex pin nut

201269656

130000

40000

X (2)

Torque link apex pin nut

201269699

130000

40000

X (2)

Torque link apex pin nut

X (2)

55-2105072-00

75000

40000

Lower torque link

201676301

120000

30000

X (2)

Lower torque link

50-2105020-00

75000

40000

X (2)

Lower torque link pin

201489754

130000

40000

X (2)

Lower torque link pin

55-2105056-00

75000

40000

X (2)

REF: ALS PART 1 R07 SUB PART 1-3

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 1, THE ALS PART 1 IS THE REFERENCE.
(*) Whichever occurs first.
Explanation notes are located under the assy title

DEMONSTRATED
FATIGUE LIVES (*)
A330-2xx

Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

LDG

Bogie beam pivot pin

201489751

130000

40000

X (2)

Bogie beam pivot pin

55-2105029-00

75000

40000

X (2)

Brake rod pin

201489619

N/A

50000

Brake rod pin

WV02x

WV05x
WV06x

55-2105091-00

N/A

40000

X (2)

Brake rod

201254352

N/A

50000

Brake rod

201490300

N/A

50000

Brake rod

50-2105025-00

N/A

40000

X (2)

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

MAIN STRUT AND DRESSINGS (FIG. 01 & 02)

MAIN STRUT (FIG. 01 to 03)

(1) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft PRE MOD 54500 and PRE SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) or POST SB
A330-32-3222 (MOD 57288).
(2) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft POST MOD 54500 or POST SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) and PRE SB
A330-32-3222 (MOD 57288).
(3) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft PRE SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) or POST SB A330-32-3222 (MOD
57288).
(4) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft POST SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) and PRE SB A330-32-3222 (MOD
57288).
(5) These limitations apply to parts identified as S1 in Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Service Letter A33-34 A20 revision 07, dated 20-Jul2012.
(6) These limitations apply to parts identified as S3 in Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Service Letter A33-34 A20 revision 07, dated 20-Jul2012.
(7) These limitations apply to parts NOT identified in notes (5) and (6) above.
(8) These limits apply to parts fitted on aircraft Post-MOD 58860 or Post-MOD 201437.
(9) These limits do NOT apply to parts fitted on aircraft Post-MOD 58860 or Post-MOD 201437.
Main fitting (LH)

201488341

120000

29330

X (9)

Main fitting (LH)

50-2107001-00

46870

25000

X (5)

X (5) (9)

Main fitting (LH)

50-2107001-00

75000

40000

X (6)

X (6) (9)

Main fitting (LH)

50-2107001-00

75000

40000

X (7)

X (7) (9)

Main fitting (RH)

201488342

120000

29330

X (9)

Main fitting (RH)

50-2108001-00

46870

25000

X (5)

X (5) (9)

Main fitting (RH)

50-2108001-00

75000

40000

X (6)

X (6) (9)

Main fitting (RH)

50-2108001-00

75000

40000

X (7)

X (7) (9)

Aft pintle bearing

201042565

130000

40000

X (3)

Aft pintle bearing

201042565

75000

40000

Aft pintle bearing

450250952

130000

40000

X (9)

Aft pintle bearing

450250953

130000

40000

X (9)

Aft pintle bearing

450250954

130000

30000

X (9)

Aft pintle bearing

450250955

130000

40000

X (9)

Aft pintle bearing

450250956

130000

40000

X (9)

Aft pintle bearing

450250957

130000

40000

X (9)

Pin SM7

201488652

80700

30000

X (9)

Pin SM7

201488685

80700

30000

X (9)

Pin SM7

55-2107009-00

75000

40000

X (9)

201488302

118100

30000

X (9)

Shortening link (upper)

REF: ALS PART 1 R07 SUB PART 1-3

X (2) (9)

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 1, THE ALS PART 1 IS THE REFERENCE.
(*) Whichever occurs first.
Explanation notes are located under the assy title

DEMONSTRATED
FATIGUE LIVES (*)
A330-2xx

Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

LDG

Shortening link (upper)

201488328

118100

30000

X (9)

Shortening link (upper)

50-2107003-00

75000

40000

X (9)

Pin SM8

201488651

109830

30000

X (9)

Pin SM8

201488690

109830

30000

X (9)

Pin SM8

201488707

109830

30000

X (9)

Pin SM8

55-2107008-00

75000

40000

X (9)

Shortening link (lower)

201488304

120000

30000

X (9)

Shortening link (lower)

50-2107002-00

75000

40000

X (9)

Pin SM9

201488650

114030

30000

X (9)

Pin SM9

201488691

114030

30000

X (9)

Pin SM9

201488699

114030

30000

X (9)

Pin SM9

55-2107007-00

75000

40000

X (9)

Pin SM9

55-2107093-00

75000

40000

WV02x

WV05x
WV06x

X (9)

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

MAIN STRUT AND DRESSINGS (FIG. 01 & 02)

SHOCK STRUT (FIG. 03 & 04)

(1) These limitations apply to parts identified as S1 in Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Service Letter A33-34 A20 revision 07, dated20-Jul2012.
(2) These limitations apply to parts NOT identified in note (1) above.
(3) These limits apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437.
(4) These limits do NOT apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437.
Upper piston

201487301

100430

30000

X (4)

Upper piston

201487304

100430

30000

X (4)

Upper piston

201487306

100430

30000

X (4)

Upper piston

201496300

75000

50000

Upper piston

201496301

100430

30000

X (4)

Upper piston

201496302

100430

30000

X (4)

Upper piston

50-2109002-00

125000

50000

Recoil nut

201270730

N/A

50000

Recoil nut

201411604

N/A

50000

Recoil nut

50-2109008-00

N/A

47130

Sliding piston

201487308

130000

34600

X (4)

Sliding piston

201487309

46870

28375

X (1)

X (1)

Sliding piston

201487309

130000

34600

X (2)

X (2) (4)

Sliding piston

201487310

130000

34600

X (4)

Sliding piston

50-2109001-01

46870

25000

X (1)

X (1) (4)

Sliding piston

50-2109001-01

75000

40000

X (2)

X (2) (4)

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

BOGIE AND DRESSINGS (FIG. 01)

BOGIE ASSEMBLY (FIG. 01)

X (2)

(1) These limits apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437.
(2) These limits do NOT apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437.
Wheel axle

201272644

116100

30000

REF: ALS PART 1 R07 SUB PART 1-3

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 1, THE ALS PART 1 IS THE REFERENCE.
(*) Whichever occurs first.
Explanation notes are located under the assy title

DEMONSTRATED
FATIGUE LIVES (*)
A330-2xx

Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

LDG

Wheel axle

201272649

116100

Wheel axle

201485601

116100

Wheel axle

201485615

Wheel axle

55-2117003-00

WV02x

WV05x
WV06x

30000

X (2)

30000

X (2)

116100

30000

X (2)

75000

40000

X (2)

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

COMPLETE SIDE STAY (FIG. 01, 05 & 06)

(1) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft PRE MOD 54500 and PRE SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) or POST SB
A330-32-3222 (MOD 57288).
(2) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft POST MOD 54500 or POST SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) and PRE SB
A330-32-3222 (MOD 57288).
(3) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft PRE SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) or POST SB A330-32-3222 (MOD
57288).
(4) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft POST SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) and PRE SB A330-32-3222 (MOD
57288).
(5) Must be replaced by a new one every time it is removed from the upper side stay.
Pivot link center pin

201442614

N/A

35500

Pivot link center pin

201442651

N/A

35500

X (3)

Pivot link center pin

201442651

N/A

50000

Pivot link bracket

201441605

N/A

35500

Pivot link bracket

201457607

N/A

35500

Pivot link bracket

X (2)

55-2119008-00

N/A

50000

Pivot link bracket bolt

NAS6606D10

N/A

(5)

Lock link/Side stay pin

201482609

N/A

35500

X (3)

Lock link/Side stay pin

201482609

N/A

50000

X (2)

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

COMPLETE SIDE STAY (FIG. 01, 05 & 06)

(BASIC) SIDE STAY (FIG. 05)

(1) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft PRE MOD 54500 and PRE SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) or POST SB
A330-32-3222 (MOD 57288).
(2) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft POST MOD 54500 or POST SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) and PRE SB
A330-32-3222 (MOD 57288).
(3) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft PRE SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) or POST SB A330-32-3222 (MOD
57288).
(4) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft POST SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) and PRE SB A330-32-3222 (MOD
57288).
(5) Must be replaced by a new one every time it is removed from the upper side stay.
(6) These limits apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437.
(7) These limits do NOT apply to parts fitted on aircraft POST MOD 58860 or POST MOD 201437.

Upper cardan nut

201267639

130000

40000

Upper cardan nut

201267642

130000

40000

X (7)

Upper cardan nut

55-1221042-01

75000

40000

X (7)

Upper cardan pin

201483600

130000

40000

X (7)

Upper cardan pin

55-2121003-00

75000

40000

X (7)

Side stay upper pin

201483602

130000

40000

X (7)

Side stay upper pin

55-2121005-00

75000

40000

X (7)

201483301

130000

40000

X (7)

Upper side stay

REF: ALS PART 1 R07 SUB PART 1-3

X (7)

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 1, THE ALS PART 1 IS THE REFERENCE.
(*) Whichever occurs first.
Explanation notes are located under the assy title

DEMONSTRATED
FATIGUE LIVES (*)
A330-2xx

Nomenclature
Upper side stay

Part Number

FH

LDG

WV02x

WV05x
WV06x

50-2121001-00

75000

40000

X (7)

Upper spring bracket

201441602

N/A

35500

Upper spring bracket

201483636

N/A

35500

Upper spring bracket

55-1221012-01

N/A

50000

Lower spring bracket

201441604

N/A

35500

Lower spring bracket

201458611

N/A

35500

Lower spring bracket

55-1221026-01

N/A

50000

Spring bracket upper bolt

MS21250H06016

N/A

(5)

Spring bracket lower bolt

201441607

N/A

35500

Spring bracket lower bolt

201458612

N/A

35500

Spring bracket lower bolt

55-1221029-01

N/A

50000

Side stay center pin

201483605

130000

40000

X (3)

Side stay center pin

201483605

75000

40000

Lower side stay

201483606

130000

40000

X (7)

Lower side stay

55-2121002-00

75000

40000

X (7)
X (7)

X (2) (7)

Side stay lower pin

201483609

130000

40000

Side stay lower pin

55-2121007-00

125000

50000

Lower cardan pin

201483304

120000

30000

X (7)

Lower cardan pin

50-2121004-00

75000

40000

X (7)

Lower cardan nut

201483621

130000

40000

X (7)

Lower cardan nut

201483635

130000

40000

X (7)

Lower cardan nut

55-2121009-00

75000

40000

X (7)

ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 01 to 06)

COMPLETE SIDE STAY (FIG. 01, 05 & 06)

LOCK LINK (FIG. 06)

(1) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft PRE MOD 54500 and PRE SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) or POST SB
A330-32-3222 (MOD 57288).
(2) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft POST MOD 54500 or POST SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) and PRE SB
A330-32-3222 (MOD 57288)
(3) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft PRE SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) or POST SB A330-32-3222 (MOD
57288).
(4) These limitations apply to parts fitted to aircraft POST SB A330-32-3212 (MOD 56214) and PRE SB A330-32-3222 (MOD
57288).
Cardan link pin

201442618

N/A

35500

Cardan link pin

201442618

N/A

50000

X (3)
X (2)

Cardan link

201442617

N/A

35500

Cardan link

55-2123003-00

N/A

50000

Lock link upper pin

201482612

N/A

35500

X (3)

Lock link upper pin

201482612

N/A

50000

Upper lock link

201482301

N/A

35500

Upper lock link

201482304

N/A

35500

Upper lock link

X (2)

50-2123001-00

N/A

50000

Lock link center pin

201482610

N/A

35500

X (3)

Lock link center pin

201482610

N/A

50000

REF: ALS PART 1 R07 SUB PART 1-3

X (2)

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 1, THE ALS PART 1 IS THE REFERENCE.
(*) Whichever occurs first.
Explanation notes are located under the assy title

DEMONSTRATED
FATIGUE LIVES (*)
A330-2xx

Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

LDG

WV02x

WV05x
WV06x

Lower lock link

201482312

N/A

35500

Lower lock link

50-2123002-00

N/A

50000

Connecting link/Lock link/Upper spring pin

201442633

N/A

35500

Connecting link/Lock link/Upper spring pin

201442646

N/A

35500

X (3)

Connecting link/Lock link/Upper spring pin

201442646

N/A

50000

Connecting link

201442606

N/A

35500

X (2)
X

Connecting link

201442649

N/A

35500

Connecting link

55-1223011-01

N/A

50000

Connecting link/Pivot link pin

201442615

N/A

35500

Connecting link/Pivot link pin

201442650

N/A

35500

X (3)

Connecting link/Pivot link pin

201442650

N/A

50000

Pivot link

201442609

N/A

35500

Pivot link

201442648

N/A

35500

Pivot link

55-1223013-01

N/A

50000

201442613

N/A

35500

Lower spring/Pivot link pin

X (2)

Lower spring/Pivot link pin

201442647

N/A

35500

Lower spring/Pivot link pin

55-1223029-01

N/A

50000

ATA 32-21-00 NOSE LANDING GEAR (FIG. 07 & 08)


(1) xx at the end of the PNR stands for any number between 00 and 99, including unused digits.
Pintle pin (1)

F53112339200xx

75000

50000

Pintle pin (1)

F53112339200xx

125000

41250

Pintle pin (1)

F53120581200xx

75000

50000

Pintle pin (1)

F53120581200xx

125000

41250

X
X
X
X

ATA 32-21-00 NOSE LANDING GEAR (FIG. 07 & 08)

DRAG STAY UPPER ARM ASSEMBLY (FIG. 07)

Drag stay upper pin

D64034

75000

50000

Drag stay upper pin

D64034

125000

50000

Drag stay upper arm

D64033

75000

50000

Drag stay upper arm

D64033

125000

50000

Drag stay center pin

D64036

75000

50000

Drag stay center pin

D64036

125000

50000

X
X
X
X
X
X

ATA 32-21-00 NOSE LANDING GEAR (FIG. 07 & 08)

NOSE LANDING GEAR LEG (FIG. 07)

Drag stay lower arm

D64037

75000

50000

Drag stay lower arm

D64037

125000

50000

X
X

ATA 32-21-00 NOSE LANDING GEAR (FIG. 07 & 08)

NOSE LANDING GEAR LEG (FIG. 07)

Drag stay lower arm/Main fitting pin

D64007

46400

30950

Drag stay lower arm/Main fitting pin

D66331

75000

50000

Upper flange

D64000

75000

50000

Upper flange

D64000

125000

50000

Turning sleeve

D63998

75000

50000

Turning sleeve

D63998

125000

50000

MAIN FITTING-SHOCK ABSORBER STRUCTURE (FIG. 07 & 08)

REF: ALS PART 1 R07 SUB PART 1-3

X
X
X

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 1, THE ALS PART 1 IS THE REFERENCE.
(*) Whichever occurs first.
Explanation notes are located under the assy title

DEMONSTRATED
FATIGUE LIVES (*)
A330-2xx

Nomenclature

Part Number

Turning sleeve

D63998-1

75000

50000

Turning sleeve

D63998-1

125000

50000

Turning sleeve

D67634

75000

50000

Turning sleeve

D67634

125000

50000

Upper torque link pin

D64006

75000

50000

Upper torque link pin

D64006

125000

50000

Upper torque link

D64002

75000

50000

Upper torque link

D64002

125000

50000

Torque link apex pin

D62660

75000

50000

Torque link apex pin

D62660

125000

50000

Lower torque link

D64001

75000

50000

Lower torque link

D64001

125000

50000

Lower torque link pin

D64005

75000

50000

Lower torque link pin

D64005

125000

50000

Lower torque link pin

D67247

75000

50000

Lower torque link pin

D67247

125000

50000

Lower torque link pin

D67247-1

75000

50000

Lower torque link pin

D67247-1

125000

50000

Lower torque link pin

D67790

75000

50000

Lower torque link pin

D67790

125000

50000

Sliding tube

D65046

75000

50000

Sliding tube

D67201

75000

50000

Sliding tube

D67338

75000

50000

Restrictor valve

D68053

75000

50000

Restrictor valve

D68053

125000

50000

Restrictor valve

D68053-1

75000

50000

Restrictor valve

D68053-1

125000

50000

Restrictor valve

D68346

75000

50000

Restrictor valve

FH

LDG

WV02x

WV05x
WV06x

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X

D68346

125000

50000

Support tube

D68052-1

75000

50000

Support tube

D68052-1

125000

50000

Support tube

D68100-1

75000

50000

Support tube

D68100-1

125000

50000

Restrictor

D61720

N/A

50000

Restrictor

D61720-1

N/A

50000

Restrictor

D67241

N/A

50000

Restrictor

D67241-1

N/A

50000

Restrictor

D68345

N/A

50000

Restrictor

D68347

N/A

50000

Main fitting

D63996

75000

50000

Main fitting

X
X
X
X

D63996-10

75000

50000

Main fitting hinge pin

D64003

75000

50000

Main fitting hinge pin

D64003

125000

50000

ATA 32-21-00 NOSE LANDING GEAR (FIG. 07 & 08)

REF: ALS PART 1 R07 SUB PART 1-3

X
X

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 1, THE ALS PART 1 IS THE REFERENCE.
(*) Whichever occurs first.
Explanation notes are located under the assy title

DEMONSTRATED
FATIGUE LIVES (*)
A330-2xx

Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

LDG

WV02x

WV05x
WV06x

NOSE LANDING GEAR LEG (FIG. 07)

LOCK LINK (FIG. 07)

Lock link upper arm/Main fitting pin

D61693

75000

50000

Lock link upper arm/Main fitting pin

D61693

125000

50000

Lock link upper arm/Main fitting pin

D61693-1

75000

50000

Lock link upper arm/Main fitting pin

D61693-1

125000

50000

Lock link upper arm/Main fitting pin

D67788

75000

50000

Lock link upper arm/Main fitting pin

D67788

125000

50000

Lock link upper arm

D61845

75000

50000

Lock link upper arm

D61845

125000

50000

Lock link center pin

D61870

75000

50000

Lock link center pin

D61870

125000

50000

Lock link center pin

D61870-1

75000

50000

Lock link center pin

D61870-1

125000

50000

Lock link center pin

D67789

75000

50000

Lock link center pin

D67789

125000

50000

Lock link lower arm

D61846

75000

50000

Lock link lower arm

D61846

125000

50000

ATA 57-00-00 WING STRUCTURE (FIG. 09)

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

(1) This item is not transferable from an aircraftto another: Traceability at aircraft level is authorized.
(2) xx at the end of the PNR stands for any number between 00 and 99, including unused digits.
Gear support rib (LH) (1) (2)

F57555013000xx

100000

33000

Gear support rib (LH) (1) (2)

F57555013002xx

100000

33000

Gear support rib (LH) (1) (2)

F57555114000xx

100000

33000

Gear support rib (RH) (1) (2)

F57555013001xx

100000

33000

Gear support rib (RH) (1) (2)

F57555013003xx

100000

33000

Gear support rib (RH) (1) (2)

F57555114001xx

100000

33000

Forward pintle fitting (LH) (1) (2)

F57555024002xx

100000

33000

Forward pintle fitting (RH) (1) (2)

F57555024003xx

100000

33000

Side stay fitting (LH) (1) (2)

F57555017000xx

100000

33000

Side stay fitting (LH) (1) (2)

F57555017002xx

100000

33000

Side stay fitting (RH) (1) (2)

F57555017001xx

100000

33000

Side stay fitting (RH) (1) (2)

F57555017003xx

100000

33000

Retraction jack fitting (LH) (1) (2)

F57550028000xx

100000

33000

Retraction jack fitting (LH) (1) (2)

F57551977000xx

100000

33000

Retraction jack fitting (RH) (1) (2)

F57550028001xx

100000

33000

Retraction jack fitting (RH) (1) (2)

F57551977001xx

100000

33000

REF: ALS PART 1 R07 SUB PART 1-3

X
X

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ALS Part 4
Ageing Systems Maintenance

AIRBUS SAS 2013. All rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document.
This document and all information contained herein is the sole property of AIRBUS SAS. No
intellectual property rights are granted by the delivery of this document or the disclosure of its
content. This document shall not be reproduced or disclosed to a third party (except for the
purposes of performing the tasks described hereunder and provided that any recipient of such
document shall comply with the conditions herein) without the express written consent of AIRBUS
SAS. This document and its content shall not be used for any purpose other than that for which it is
supplied.

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Sub-part 4-0 INTRODUCTION
1.

GENERAL
The data provided under Part 4 has been established with the following rules:
Compliance with the requirements contained in this document is mandatory. No
person may operate an aircraft to which an Airworthiness Limitations Section (ALS)
applies except in accordance with the requirements of that ALS, unless otherwise
agreed with the Authority of the State of aircraft registry.
Consultation with the State of design should be made by the State of aircraft registry,
in consideration of any deviation from the ALS requirements. This is indicated in the
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Airworthiness manual (Doc. 9760),
Volume II, Part A, Chapter 3.
The procedures contained therein (ALS) must be taken into account when
considering any variation requests.
A.

ALS Part 4 applicability


The applicability of this ALS Part 4 revision is restricted to the aircraft series, models
and Weight Variants (WV) series listed in the table below:
Aircraft series

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

A330-200

A330-200F

A330-300

Aircraft models
A330-201
A330-202
A330-203
A330-223
A330-243
A330-223F
A330-243F
A330-301
A330-302
A330-303
A330-321
A330-322
A330-323
A330-341
A330-342
A330-343

Note:

WV
WV020 series, WV050 series, WV060 series
WV020 series, WV050 series, WV060 series
WV020 series, WV050 series, WV060 series
WV020 series, WV050 series, WV060 series
WV020 series, WV050 series, WV060 series
WV000 series
WV000 series
WV000 series, WV010 series, WV050 series
WV050 series
WV050 series
WV000 series, WV010 series
WV000 series, WV010 series
WV020 series, WV050 series
WV000 series, WV010 series
WV000 series, WV010 series, WV020 series,
WV050 series
WV020 series, WV050 series

The engine Time Limits and Maintenance Checks are not included in this
manual: Refer to the relevant Engine Manufacturer Chapter 05 manual.

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B.

Ageing Systems Maintenance (ASM)

Airbus definition of Ageing Systems Maintenance (ASM) primarily refers to


preventative maintenance requirements (including replacements) and associated
airworthiness limitations applicable to aircraft systems susceptible to ageing effects.
Such ageing effects could change the characteristics leading to an increased potential
for failure, which in isolation or in combination with one or more other specific failures
or events, could result in an unsafe condition of the aircraft.

Failure-finding checks (addressing similar unsafe conditions) with airworthiness


limitations will also be included to complement the mandatory preventative
maintenance requirements (refer also to ALS sub-part 4-0, paragraph 1.D).

D
Note: Items listed in this ALS Part 4 may originate from:
Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM) chapter 05 Service Life Limits and
Maintenance Checks (SLMC) section 05-11-00 Service Life Limits,
subsequently transferred into the A330 ALS Part 1.
Life extension study.
Continued Airworthiness (operational safety) issues (in-service experience).
All the maintenance requirements and associated airworthiness limitations indicated in
this document were defined by a process agreed between AIRBUS and the European
Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
The publication of this document precludes the necessity to publish individual
Airworthiness Directives (AD) for each listed item and its requirements.
R
D
N
N
N
R
R
R

N
R
R
N
N
N
N

C. A330 aircraft systems utilisation


The limitations published in this document have been identified in consideration of a
maximum number of Flight Hours (FH)/Flight Cycles (FC) that may be accrued by an
individual aircraft, as follows:
Aircraft series
A330-200 series PRE 49144 (3)

OR

A330-200 series POST 49144 (3)


A330-200F series
A330-300 series PRE 49144 (3)
A330-300 series POST 49144 (3)

OR

Flight Hours
060000
100000 (2)
100000
100000
060000
80000 (1)
100000 (2)
100000

Flight Cycles
40000
33000 (2)
33000
33000
40000
20000 (1)
33000 (2)
33000

Depending on fleet leader operation, the impact of a greater aircraft accumulated


FH/FC value may subsequently be investigated and might demonstrate a need for new
or revised limitations. As a consequence, should any operator envisage future aircraft
operations beyond the quoted values, they must first contact Airbus for advice.

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N
N

(1) Applies only to aircraft POST MODification (MOD) 58269/Service Bulletin (SB)
A330-00-3068 R00.

(2) Applies only to aircraft POST MOD 200103/Service Bulletin (SB) A330-00-3068
R01.

N
N
N

(3) Within the context of ALS Part 4, MOD 49144 is used to identify WV050 and
WV060 series aircraft (Enhanced aircraft) since this modification cannot be
retrofitted on WV000, WV010 and WV020 series aircraft.

Note: When different sets of aircraft systems utilisation values are indicated for a given
aircraft series, no combination of values extracted from different sets is permitted.

D
D. ALS Part 3 and ALS Part 4 correlation
R

At time of original Type Certification (TC) and Post TC design changes, an appraisal of
aircraft systems is carried out within the frame of the Systems Safety Assessments.
This may identify a need to schedule repetitive maintenance tasks within a defined
interval so as to maintain the required safety objectives for individual failure conditions.
A subset of these tasks, the majority of which detect latent failures, are identified as
Certification Maintenance Requirements (CMR). These constitute operational
limitations and are mandated through their location in the ALS Part 3.

D
E.

Sub-part 4-2: SYSTEMS LIFE-LIMITED COMPONENTS


Sub-part 4-2 is approved by the EASA.

Components/items listed under this sub-part are those affected by a replacement


requirement associated to a life limitation and whose failure could contribute to an
unsafe condition of the aircraft.
For a given PNR, when more than one set of limitations (FH/FC/Calendar time) is
published for the same application, it is the Operator/MROs responsibility to select the
appropriate set depending on the aircraft utilisation. Combining the limitations from
different sets is not permitted.

R
R
R
R
D

Sub-part 4-2-1: Life Limits


Components/items listed under this sub-part are those having a life limit due to failure
during tests and whose failure could result in an unsafe condition of the aircraft.
Sub-part 4-2-2: Current Demonstrated Lives
Components/items listed under this sub-part are those having a demonstrated life
limitation, which is temporary waiting for completion of the tests.

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F.

Sub-part 4-3: SYSTEMS INSTALLATIONS MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS


Sub-part 4-3 is approved by the EASA.

R
R

The maintenance tasks given in this sub-part includes airworthiness limitations set to
prevent the aircraft systems failures, which could contribute to an unsafe condition of
the aircraft.
Note: Credit may be taken for accomplishment of the Maintenance Review Board
Report (MRBR) Systems and Powerplant section maintenance tasks, providing
that they are performed with the same inspection level, at least as frequently as
the inspection threshold and interval quoted in this document.
Sub-parts 4-3-1 and 4-3-2 give maintenance requirements and airworthiness limitations
at component level and aircraft (system) level respectively.

Sub-part 4-3-1: Controlled at component/sub-assembly level


This sub-part identifies tasks controlled at component/item level. The recurrent
maintenance requirements are applicable no later than the item, not the aircraft,
reaching the airworthiness limitation.
When items given in sub-part 4-3-1 reach the stated airworthiness limitations, the given
task must be carried out. Any item removed from the aircraft for any reason, (such as
failure of functional check, degradation of condition, etc) must be replaced by a
serviceable item, which has not reached the stated airworthiness limitations.
Sub-part 4-3-2: Controlled at aircraft system level
This sub-part identifies tasks at aircraft level. The recurrent maintenance requirements
are applicable no later than the aircraft, not the item, reaching the airworthiness
limitation.
The tasks listed in sub-part 4-3-2 must be carried out when the aircraft reaches the
stated airworthiness limitation. Should a failure to reach the task requirements be
detected, the appropriate trouble-shooting must be carried out and the relevant
suspected items replaced in accordance with the Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM)
procedures. Following any replacements, the listed tasks must be repeated until a
successful task recording can be entered.
G. Traceability and replacement/maintenance requirements
In order to maintain aircraft airworthiness, it is mandatory to replace
components/items listed under sub-part 4-2 at or prior to whichever of the life
limitations occurs first, after any necessary adjustment of the stated life
limitations.
It is also mandatory to perform/repeat the maintenance requirements listed in
sub-part 4-3 at or prior to whichever of the limitations threshold/interval occurs
first, after any necessary adjustment of the stated airworthiness limitations.

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Airworthiness limitations (including life limitations) must be adjusted as
necessary in accordance with the instructions of paragraph 1.H. of this ALS subpart 4-0.
Therefore, it is necessary to assure traceability and monitoring of the
components/items listed in the sub-parts 4-2 and 4-3-1.
Non-compliance with these requirements could suspend the validity of the
Certificate of Airworthiness.
For a given component/item of the sub-parts 4-2 and 4-3-1, new PNRs may be
introduced in the future as a result of modifications and/or Airbus Service Bulletin (SB)
publishes. These new PNRs may not be listed in the sub-parts 4-2 and/or 4-3-1 of the
current revision of the ALS Part 4.
However, it is recommended to maintain traceability and monitoring of such
components/items whatever their PNR in case of future introduction in the ALS
Part 4.
For further guidance, Operators are requested to contact Airbus.
Note 1: In the context of the ALS Part 4, traceability means records that clearly
demonstrate the history of components/items back to initial entry into service,
so that airworthiness limitations are accurately applied. Traceability records
may comprise, but are not limited to, the following:
Application history (aircraft type, model, WV, MSN i.e. Manufacturer Serial
Number, etc),
Maintenance actions carried out (Airworthiness Directives, modifications,
repairs, inspections, etc),
Life accumulation (accounting for any individual aircraft to which a
component/an item may have been fitted).
Note 2: Where the partial/complete life history of a component/an item is not known,
Operators are requested to refer to the applicable SIL for guidance. Such SIL
provide the means to manage such components/items. They have been
issued in agreement with the EASA.
Note 3: Traceability and monitoring of component/item listed in sub-part 4-2 is not
required for consumable component (for which replacement is controlled at
assembly/aircraft level).
N
N
N

In addition to the mandatory traceability and monitoring of the components/items listed


in the sub-parts 4-2 and 4-3-1, refer to SIL 05-014 for the Recommended Tracking of
components/items, which could be subject to future Airworthiness Limitation.
H. Transfers of components/items between aircraft applications
The airworthiness limitation(s) for a component/item fitted to an application (aircraft
type, aircraft model, etc) may be different when this component/item is transferred to

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another application. In this case, the components/items remaining operational life
must be calculated using the following formula:

Ca
Tr
i
with:
Tri =
Caj =
Cpj =
Cpi =

Cp

j
j

Cp

component/items remaining life for operation on current application i.


component/items accumulated life on previous application j.
component/items airworthiness limitation in previous application j.
component/items airworthiness limitation in current application i.

When a component/item has been installed on an application where the ALS Part 4
does not impose an airworthiness limitation, the aircraft systems utilisation values (refer
to ALS sub-part 4-0, paragraph 1.C) of the relevant ALS Part 4 for that application must
be used.

R
R

Note 1: When using the above formula, Tri, Caj, Cpj, and Cpi are expressed in the
same usage parameter (FH or FC or landings): Usage parameters cannot be
mixed in the same calculation.
Note 2: The remaining life calculation must be reassessed every time the
components/items airworthiness limitation(s) change(s) for current and/or
previous aircraft application(s) to which the component/item is/was fitted.
I.

Disposal/quarantine action
When the components/items listed in the sub-parts 4-2 and/or 4-3-1 reach the life
limitations, disposal/quarantine action must be taken depending on the following
categories:
For component/item listed in sub-part 4-2-1: They must be mutilated beyond repair
limits to prevent rework to appear to be airworthy.
Note 1: Some means may exist to extend their potential life provided they are applied
prior to reaching the life limit (e.g. Service Bulletin: POST SB PNR in the subpart 4-2-1).
Note 2: Its recommended that the organisation that mutilates a component/item
should provide the original manufacturer with the data plate and/or serial
number and final disposition of the component to maintain the records of serial
numbers for retired certified life-limited components/items or other critical
components/items.

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For component listed in sub-part 4-2-2 and/or 4-3-1: Appropriate means must be
implemented to deter their installation on aircraft pending possible extension of the life
limitations. Examples of these means are:
Record keeping system,
Non-permanent markings,
Segregation (items stored separately from those currently eligible for installation).
Note:

J.

When components/items are removed by way of a systematic replacement,


they must be mutilated beyond repair limits to prevent rework to appear to be
airworthy.

Occurrence reporting
The ICAO Airworthiness manual (Doc. 9760), Volume II, Part B, Chapter 2 indicates:
The concept of Continuing Airworthiness includes the reporting of defects and
other significant maintenance and operational information by the Operator to the
organisation responsible for the Type Design in accordance with the
requirements of the State of aircraft registry.

Accountable persons or organizations shall report to the competent authority and


Airbus, any identified condition of an aircraft or component that has resulted or may
result in an unsafe condition that hazards seriously the flight safety (Refer to EASA
Part M.A.202 and Part 145.A.60). This will enable Airbus to issue appropriate service
instructions to all owners or Operators.
Hazard seriously the flight safety means any instances where safe operation could
not be assured or which could lead to an unsafe condition. It typically includes, but is
not limited to, significant cracking, deformation, corrosion, any evidence of burning,
electrical arcing, significant hydraulic fluid or fuel leakage and any emergency system
or total system failure.
The finding report should include at least the information stated below:
Organisation name,
Approval reference if relevant,
ASM maintenance requirement reference,
Aircraft MSN affected,
Identification of the affected component/item,
Overhaul, life since new (in FH and/or FC and/or landings and/or Calendar time, as
applicable) accumulated by the affected system/component/item at the time of the
finding,
Location and detailed description of the finding, with indication of the size and
orientation,
Circumstance of detection and inspection method used.
Note:

Report shall be made as soon as practical, but in any case within 72 hours of
the organisation identifying the condition to which the report relates. (Refer to
EASA Part M.A.202 and Part 145.A.60).

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K.

ALS Part 4 airworthiness limitations


Airworthiness limitations quoted in the ALS Part 4 are applicable to the undamaged
and unrepaired aircraft systems and components/items. They may need to be adapted
in case of damage/repair.

L.

Production/Repair concessions and Alternative Methods Of Compliance


Airworthiness limitations of the ALS sub-parts 4-2 and 4-3 may be negated by
instructions given in either a Production concession, a Repair design Approval Sheet
(RAS), an ALS Variation (AV) or an Alternative Method Of Compliance (AMOC).
It is Operators responsibility to refer to the applicable limitations.
When airworthiness limitations change in a revision of the ALS Part 4 subsequent to
the issuance date of the Production concession/RAS/AV/AMOC, Operators are
requested to contact Airbus for guidance.
The restrictions of airworthiness limitation(s) indicated in the RAS/AV/AMOC (or
absence thereof) depend on the components/items accumulated life considered
during the original evaluation of the repair solution/AV/AMOC. Occasionally, repair
solutions/AV/AMOC are evaluated on the basis of an accumulated life that includes a
conservative life calculation (refer to the applicable Service Information Letter). Such
AV/AMOC/repair solutions MUST be re-evaluated by Airbus before Operators can take
credit of the history partially or completely rebuilt after application for the repair
solution/AV/AMOC.
Production concessions are provided to the initial Operator of the aircraft in the delivery
documentation (Aircraft Inspection Report: Recordable concessions).
Note: For spares, restrictions of airworthiness limitation(s), if any, are indicated in EASA
Form 1 block Remark (directly or by reference to another document).

M. Modifications/Repairs not developed under Airbus DOA Certificate EASA.21J.031

If an aircraft/a sub-assembly/a component/an item has a modification or repair


embodied that has not been developed under the Design Organisation Approval (DOA)
Certificate EASA.21J.031 (e.g. under a Supplemental Type Certificate) and which
affects the content of the ALS Part 4, the Operator is responsible for obtaining approval
by the relevant Airworthiness Authority for any necessary adaptations of the
airworthiness limitations.
When such an aircraft/a sub-assembly/a component/an item is transferred from one
Owner/Operator to another, the associated approvals and documents indicating the
necessary adaptations of airworthiness limitations must be transferred as well.

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2.

DEFINITIONS
The initial entry into service is defined for the aircraft (systems installations) as:
The date of Transfer of Title to the first Operator for airworthiness limitations in
Calendar times, unless otherwise stated in any delivery documentation to the first
Operator.
The date of aircraft first flight for airworthiness limitations in flight hours and/or flight
cycles and/or landings.
The initial entry into service for the transferable systems components/items is defined as
the date at which the component/item accomplishes the first flight for which it will undertake
its intended function.
Note: Unless otherwise stated, this means for transferable components/items delivered on
new aircraft (i.e. from Airbus Final Assembly Line) that the life accumulated between
aircraft first flight and the aircraft delivery date/transfer of title date (e.g. as a result of
test flights) must be taken into account.
Calendar times (Cal.):

Airworthiness limitations in Years (Ye), Months (Mo),


etc must be counted from the date of initial entry into
service (unless otherwise stated). In considering the
accumulated time since the initial entry into service, it
should be noted that Calendar time usage parameter
cannot be frozen (unless stated for individual
components/items).

Exceptional Short Term Extension: An extension in an ASM airworthiness limitation that


may be needed to cover an uncontrollable or
exceptional unexpected situation.
Flight Cycle (FC):

A complete takeoff and landing sequence.

Flight Hour (FH):

The accumulated time intervals between wheels-off


and wheels-on.

Functional Check:

A quantitative check to determine if a component/an


item performs one or more of its functions within
specified limits.

Interval:

The period expressed in usage parameters like FH


and/or FC and/or LanDinGs and/or Calendar time
between consecutive accomplishments of a specific
task, excluding any exceptional short-term extensions
from calculations.

Landing (LDG):

An operation of an aircraft touching the runway and


coming to a complete stop or performing a touch and
go.

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D

3.

Operational Check:

A qualitative check to determine that a component/an


item is fulfilling its intended purpose. It is a failurefinding task and does not require quantitative
tolerances.

Threshold:

The initial accomplishment of a specific maintenance


task from the initial entry into service. It may be
expressed in usage parameters like FH and/or FC
and/or LDG and/or Calendar time.

Touch and go:

A landing in which an aircraft touches the runway and


does not come to a full stop prior to commencing an
additional flight.
In the sub-part 4-3, touch and go cycles can be
neglected if they are less than 5% of the total number
of FC up to threshold inspection or between two
consecutive inspections. Each Touch and go above
5% is to be counted as one FC/LDG, up to threshold
inspection or between two consecutive inspections.

RULES SPECIFIC TO SUB-PART 4-2


A. Authorised systems components/items
ALS sub-part 4-2 tables provide the applicable life limitations only for systems
components/items that have been authorised. These tables do not ensure that a PNR
has been validated for a specific individual aircraft MSN.
PNR are authorised for installation on individual aircraft MSN by SB and/or the
associated modifications, which are published by Airbus.
PNR provided by sub-parts 4-2-1 and 4-2-2 for ATA 32 items relate to detail parts.
They may not all be listed in Illustrated Parts Catalogue (IPC) issued by Airbus. This is
the case, for example, when the procurable replacement part is delivered as an
assembly.
Messier-Dowty SBs have been/will be issued to provide information on procurable
replacement PNR, detail PNR and applicable SB:
Messier-Dowty Ltd Service Bulletin number:
A33/34-32-85
(main landing gear PRE MOD 43029 basic),
A33/34-32-88
(main landing gear POST MOD 43029 growth or POST
MOD 47487 growth scallop),
A33/34-32-258 (main landing gear POST MOD 54500 enhanced).
Messier-Dowty SA Service Bulletin number:
D23285-32-040 (nose landing gear).

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Detail parts are listed in the relevant Component Maintenance Manuals (CMM). The
Messier-Dowty SB listed above provides the procurable replacement Part Numbers.
B. Life limitation/Replacement time indication
(1) General
The life limitation indicated against PNR originally fitted is counted from the
components/items initial entry into service.
The life limitation indicated against PNR evolutions is also to be counted
from the components/items initial entry into service (unless otherwise
stated).

Note: Where component/item history is unknown/partially unknown, refer to Note 2


paragraph 1.G.
In computing components/items life, calculations must include flight hours
and/or flight cycles and/or landings and/or Calendar time (as applicable)
since the initial entry into service of the component/item (unless otherwise
stated).

(2) ALS sub-part 4-2 life limitations


The life limitation/replacement time indication is quoted on the same line/block of
lines as the PNR.
C. Life limitation applicability
Life limitation applicability is allocated to aircraft affected (for all aircraft of the column in
sub-part 4-2), according to:
(1) Aircraft type, series and model, e.g.
ALS sub-part 4-2 table headers indicate aircraft models. When x is entered in the
model number, it stands for any number within the limits of the list of models given
in the paragraph 1.A. of this sub-part, e.g.:
A330-30x

stands for:

A330-301, A330-302 and A330-303.

Life limitation applicability is allocated according to the aircraft model affected, e.g.:
X

stands for:

-223

stands for:

excl. -341

stands for:

All A330 models defined by the applicability of the


column.
A330-223 model only, defined by the applicability
of the column.
All A330 models defined by the applicability of the
column, excluding the A330-341 model.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


(2) Aircraft weight variant, e.g.
ALS sub-part 4-2 table headers indicate aircraft WV. When x is entered in the WV
number, it stands for any number within the limits of the list of WVs defined in the
tables of the paragraph 1.A. above.
(3) Aircraft Manufacturer Serial Number, e.g.

4.

XXXYYY

stands for:

XYX, XXZ
XZX
excl. XXX

stands for:
stands for:
stands for:

From aircraft MSN XXX to aircraft MSN YYY (for


all aircraft defined by the applicability of the
column).
For aircraft MSN XYX and aircraft MSN XXZ.
For aircraft MSN XZX only.
For all aircraft (defined by the applicability of the
column), excluding MSN XXX.

RULES SPECIFIC TO SUB-PART 4-3


A. Airworthiness limitations
(1) General

R
R

In computing the life accumulated by the aircraft systems/components/items,


calculations must include flight hours and/or flight cycles and/or landings
and/or calendar time (as applicable) since the initial entry into service of the
component/item (unless otherwise stated).

(2) ALS sub-part 4-3 airworthiness limitations


The limitations must be applied from:
The initial entry into service for the threshold and
The original due date of the last accomplishment of the task, excluding any
exceptional short-term extensions from calculations, for the interval. When
alternative inspection methods are provided, the next interval applicable is the
one associated with the inspection method used at last inspection.
B. ALS sub-part 4-3 layout.
The maintenance requirements and associated airworthiness limitations are presented
in the ALS sub-part 4-3 in accordance with the following method:
(1) Task Number
The task numbering system follows a similar format to the Maintenance Planning
Document (MPD) system and is described as follows:
Each task is identified by a specific task number. When a task applies to two
specific main zones located symmetrically to either side of the aircraft centerline,

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


the task is assigned a single task number, but both LH and RH zones are indicated
in "Zone" column.
The task number comprises 13 digits organised as follows:
XXXXXX-MEFYY-Z-E
XXXXXX
M
E
F

YY
Z
E

is ATA 100 task reference.


is the selection methodologies used. It will always be 0.
is engine/APU/ manufacturer identification (where applicable, 0
is default value).
is engine/APU type information when more than one engine from
the same manufacturer is applicable to the program (where
applicable, 0 is default value).
is sequential number.
is for technical solution applicable to the same task requirement.
is E and stands for ASM (i.e. task related to an ageing systems
function or Enhanced maintenance requirement).

(2) Zone column


The zone column defines where the major part of the maintenance task
requirement is to be carried out on the aircraft.
(3) Description column
This column provides the following information:
(a) Task Description
Contains basic description of the maintenance task to be performed.
(b) Note
Where given, it states further requirements and/or provides useful information.
(4) Threshold/Interval columns
These columns are used to record the selected threshold and interval for the task.
The threshold and interval may be expressed in terms of usage parameters or
notes.
R
R
R

The repeat interval starts at the original due date of the last accomplishment of the
task, excluding any exceptional short-term extensions from calculations.
Usage parameters are defined in the sub-part 4-0 paragraph 2.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


(5) Reference column
This column provides reference to Instructions for Continued Airworthiness where
maintenance practices/procedures necessary for the task accomplishment are
provided, e.g. the AMM.
Where reference is made to an Airbus SB, it must be assumed that the latest
approved revision of the SB is applicable, but any previous revision is acceptable.
Where a particular revision is stated, the revision or any later approved revision
must be used.
(6) Limitations applicability columns
These columns give the combination of component(s)/item(s) PNR and aircraft that
requires the accomplishment of the task.
(a) PNR
ALS sub-part 4-3 tables provide the applicable airworthiness limitations only
for systems installations that have been authorised. These tables do not
ensure that a PNR has been validated for a specific individual aircraft MSN.
PNR are authorised for installation on individual aircraft MSN by SBs and/or
the associated modifications, which are published by Airbus.
(b) Aircraft
Applicability

ALL
A330-xxx
PRE nnnnn

Task applicable to

All A330 aircraft.


A330-xxx series aircraft.
All aircraft PRE MOD nnnnn.
i.e. A330 that do not have MOD nnnnn embodied.

POST nnnnn

All aircraft POST MOD nnnnn.


i.e. A330 that do have MOD nnnnn embodied.

POST nnnnn
Sxxxxx

All aircraft POST MOD nnnnn (at least with mod proposal
no. Sxxxxx embodied).

POST nnnnn
All aircraft POST MOD nnnnn and POST MOD mmmmm.
POST mmmmm i.e. A330 that do have MOD nnnnn and MOD mmmmm
embodied.
POST nnnnn
OR
PRE mmmmm

All aircraft that do have MOD nnnnn or aircraft that do not


have MOD mmmmm.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


Applicability

A330-223
OR
A330-341
PRE nnnnn
A330-223
POST nnnnn
OR
A330-341
POST nnnnn
PRE mmmmm

Task applicable to

All A330-223, or
All A330-341 that do not have MOD nnnnn embodied.

All A330-223 that do have MOD nnnnn embodied, or


All A330-341 that do have MOD nnnnn embodied and do
not have MOD mmmmm embodied.

POST nnnnn
(xx-yyyy)

All aircraft that do have MOD nnnnn embodied.


(xx-yyyy) is the SB reference associated
modification.

POST xx-yyyy

All aircraft that do have SB A330-xx-yyyy embodied


(applicable only to retrofit solution).

GE

All aircraft equipped with GE CF6-80E engines.

PW

All aircraft equipped with PW4100 series engines.

RR

All aircraft equipped with RR Trent 700 engines.

to

the

C. Exceptional short-term extensions for components/items listed in sub-part 4-3.


Since ALS sub-part 4-3 intervals are based on statistical averages and reliability rates,
an exceptional short-term extension for a specific ALS sub-part 4-3 interval may be
made on one aircraft for a limited period of time without compromising the safety
objectives declared at Type Certification.
Repeated use of such extensions, either on the same aircraft or on similar
aircraft in the Operator's fleet, should not be used as a substitute for good
management practices. Short-term extensions must not be used for fleet ASM
escalation.

Unless noted adjacent to the airworthiness limitation, for all airworthiness limitations
identified in the ALS sub-part 4-3, it has been accepted by the Primary Certification
Authority (EASA) that short-term extensions up to the following maximum values may
be granted without consultation with that office.
(1) Controlled by Flight Hours (FH)
Extensions up to 10% or 500 FH (whichever is the lesser) may exceptionally be
granted on ASM airworthiness limitations quoted in terms of Flight Hours.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


(2) Controlled by Flight Cycles or LanDinGs (FC or LDG)
Extensions up to 5% or 250 FC/LDG (whichever is the lesser) may exceptionally
be granted on ASM airworthiness limitations quoted in terms of Flight Cycles or
LanDinGs.
(3) Controlled by Calendar Time (Ye, Mo, etc)
Where the repeat interval is 12 Months or less, extensions up to 10% or 1 month
(whichever is the lesser) may exceptionally be granted on ASM airworthiness
limitations quoted in terms of Months.
Where the repeat interval is greater than 12 Months, extensions up to 2 Months
may exceptionally be granted.
It is the Operators responsibility to identify appropriate procedures with the Authority of
the State of aircraft registry for the control and development of his Aircraft Maintenance
Programme.
Note:

No short-term extensions are permissible for tasks previously required by


individual ADs. These items will highlighted by a note in the task description
column.

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 4, THE ALS PART 4 IS THE
REFERENCE.
LIFE LIMITS
(Whichever occurs first)

Explanation notes are located under the assy title.


Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

FC/LDG

ATA 26-23-00 FIRE PROTECTION LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT FIRE EXTINGUISHING (FIG. 01)
Pressure reducer
D41428
N/A
N/A
ATA 27-14-00 FLIGHT CONTROL AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION (FIG. 02)

Cal.
20 Ye

A330-2xx
WV05x
WV060
X
X
X
X
X
X

WV02x

(1) Applicable to servo-controls in positions Functional Item Number (FIN) 7CS1, 8CS1, 7CS2 and 8CS2 for inboard servo-controls, and FIN 9CS1, 10CS1,
9CS2 and
10CS2 for outboard servo-controls (active and damping).
(2) Embodiment of MOD 45512/SB A330-27-3054 introduces different PNR. MOD 45512 factory embodied on MSN 229 and subsequent.
Inboard aileron servo-control (1) (2)
3337457-30
32000
Inboard aileron servo-control (1) (2)
3337457-31
32000
Inboard aileron servo-control (1) (2)
3337457-35
32000
Inboard aileron servo-control (1) (2)
3337457-36
32000
Inboard aileron servo-control (1) (2)
3337457-37
32000
Inboard aileron servo-control (1) (2)
3337457-38
32000
Outboard aileron servo-control (1) (2)
3337458-30
32000
Outboard aileron servo-control (1) (2)
3337458-31
32000
Outboard aileron servo-control (1) (2)
3337458-35
32000
Outboard aileron servo-control (1) (2)
3337458-36
32000
Outboard aileron servo-control (1) (2)
3337458-37
32000
Outboard aileron servo-control (1) (2)
3337458-38
32000
ATA 27-23 FLIGHT CONTROL RUDDER AND PEDAL TRAVEL LIMITING ACTUATION (FIG. 03)

21600
21600
21600
21600
21600
21600
21600
21600
21600
21600
21600
21600

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X

(1) FIN 24CS.


(2) FIN 36CS.
Rudder Travel Limitation Unit (RTLU)
341400M02 (1)
100000
33000
N/A
Pedal Travel Limitation Unit (RTLU)
341400M02 (2)
100000
33000
N/A
ATA 27-34-00 FLIGHT CONTROL ELEVATOR AND HYDRAULIC CONTROL (FIG. 04)
(1) Applicable to elevator servo-controls installed in positions FIN 2CS1, 2CS2, 3CS1 and 3CS2 (active and damping).
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-2
N/A
N/A
31-Aug-04
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-3
N/A
N/A
31-Aug-04
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-4
N/A
N/A
31-Aug-04
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-6
N/A
N/A
31-Aug-04
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-7
N/A
N/A
31-Aug-04
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-7A
N/A
N/A
30-Jun-08
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-8
N/A
N/A
31-Aug-04
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-9
N/A
N/A
30-Jun-08
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-10
N/A
N/A
30-Jun-08
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-11
N/A
N/A
30-Jun-08
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-72
N/A
N/A
30-Jun-08
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-73
N/A
N/A
30-Jun-08
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-92
N/A
N/A
30-Jun-08
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-93
N/A
N/A
30-Jun-08
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-103
N/A
N/A
30-Jun-08
Elevator servo-control (1)
SC4800-113
N/A
N/A
30-Jun-08
ATA 27-44-00 FLIGHT CONTROL TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS) HYDRAULIC ACTUATION (FIG. 05)
(2) Embodiment of MOD 49590/SB A330-27-3085 introduces different PNR. MOD 49590 factory embodied on MSN 437 and subsequent.
31-Dec-03
THS Actuator
47172
N/A
N/A
ATA 27-54-00 FLIGHT CONTROL FLAPS HYDRAULIC ACTUATION AND POWER TRANSMISSION (FIG. 06 & 07)

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X (2)
X

(1) Embodiment of MOD 50044 and/orMOD 52591 (both associated to SB A330-27-3106) introduces different PNR. MOD 50044 and MOD 52591 factory
embodied
on MSN 506, MSN 509 thru 521, MSN 524 and subsequent.
Flap Rotary Actuator Type A
697510004 (1)
Flap Rotary Actuator Type A
697510005 (1)
Flap Rotary Actuator Type B
697511004 (1)
Flap Rotary Actuator Type B
697511005 (1)
Flap Rotary Actuator Type B
697511006 (1)
Flap Rotary Actuator Type B
697511007 (1)
953A0000-04
Flap Power Control Unit (PCU)
953A0000-05
Flap Power Control Unit (PCU)
953B0000-01
Flap Power Control Unit (PCU)
ATA 27-64-00 FLIGHT CONTROL SPOILER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION (FIG. 08)

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

REF: ALS PART 4-R04 SUB PART 4-2-1

18000
18000
18000
18000
18000
18000
N/A
N/A
N/A

12 Ye
12 Ye
12 Ye
12 Ye
12 Ye
12 Ye
31-Oct-14
31-Oct-14
31-Oct-14

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 4, THE ALS PART 4 IS THE
REFERENCE.
LIFE LIMITS
(Whichever occurs first)

Explanation notes are located under the assy title.


Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

FC/LDG

Cal.

A330-2xx
WV05x
WV02x
WV060

(1) Not applicable to aircraft POST MOD 44670 and delivered from 13-Jan-2006 onwards. Embodiment of MOD 51413/SB A330-27-3113 introduces different
PNR.
(2) FIN 13CS1 and 13CS2.
(3) FIN 14CS1, 15CS1, 16CS1, 17CS1, 18CS1and 14CS2, 15CS2, 16CS2, 17CS2 and 18CS2.
(4) For spoiler servo-controls with unknown history of life accumulation on 31-Aug-2006,their total accumulated life is calculated by addition of the life
accumulated by
the aircraft they are fitted to on 31-Aug-2006, to their actual life accumulated since.
(5) When removed from aircraft, these servo-controls must be scrapped.
(6) Applicable to aircraft up to and including MSN 588.
For aircraft, which have accumulated on 05-Sep-08 less than or equal to 8500 FC since aircraft initial entry into service, modify all servo-control actuators in
accordance with SB A330-27-3110 no later than 05-Mar-2010.
For aircraft, which have accumulated on 05-Sep-08 more than 8500 FC since aircraft initial entry into service, modify the servo-control actuators in
accordance with SB A330-27-3110:
If 3 hydraulic circuits are affected:
(a) On first circuit within 10400 FC since aircraft initial entry into service.
(b) On second circuit within 10800 FC since aircraft initial entry into service.
(c) On third circuit no later than 05-Mar-2010.
If 2 hydraulic circuits are affected:
(a) On first circuit within 10800 FC since aircraft initial entry into service.
(b) On second circuit or no later than 05-Mar-2010.
If 1 hydraulic circuit is affected: no later than 05-Mar-2010.
(7) Embodiment of MOD 48956/SB A330-27-3094 introduces different PNR. MOD 48956 factory embodied on MSN 422, MSN 443 and subsequent.

Spoiler servo-control in position 1 (2)


MZ4339390-01X (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in position 1 (2)
MZ4339390-02X (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in position 1 (2)
MZ4339390-10X (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in position 1 (2)
MZ4339390-12 (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in position 1 (2)
S4-3000470 (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in position 1 (2)
S4-3000470-01 (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in position 1 (2)
S4-3000470-02 (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in position 1 (2)
S4-3000470-03 (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in position 1 (2)
1387A0000-01 (7)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in position 1 (2)
1387B0000-01 (7)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in positions 2 to 6 (3)
MZ4306000-01X (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in positions 2 to 6 (3)
MZ4306000-02X (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in positions 2 to 6 (3)
MZ4306000-10X (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in positions 2 to 6 (3)
MZ4306000-12 (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in positions 2 to 6 (3)
S4-3000460 (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in positions 2 to 6 (3)
S4-3000460-01 (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in positions 2 to 6 (3)
S4-3000460-02 (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in positions 2 to 6 (3)
S4-3000460-03 (1) (5)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in positions 2 to 6 (3)
1386A0000-01 (7)
N/A
Spoiler servo-control in positions 2 to 6 (3)
1386B0000-01 (7)
N/A
ATA 27-84 LIFT AUGMENTING - SLATS HYDRAULIC ACTUATION AND POWER TRANSMISSION (FIG. 09)
(1) Comply with these requirements no later than 31-Oct-2014.
T-Gearbox (TGBx)
921A0000-01
N/A
T-Gearbox (TGBx)
921B0000-01 (1)
N/A
T-Gearbox (TGBx)
921C0000-01 (1)
N/A
T-Gearbox (TGBx)
921D0000-01 (1)
N/A
ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 11 to 13 & 16 to
17)
MAIN STRUT AND DRESSINGS (FIG. 11 & 13)

REF: ALS PART 4-R04 SUB PART 4-2-1

11000
11000
11000
11000
11000
11000
11000
11000
N/A
N/A
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
N/A
N/A

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
31-Dec-03
31-Dec-03
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
31-Dec-03
31-Dec-03

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

N/A
32000
24000
24000

31-Oct-14
N/A
N/A
N/A

X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 4, THE ALS PART 4 IS THE
REFERENCE.
LIFE LIMITS
(Whichever occurs first)

Explanation notes are located under the assy title.


Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

FC/LDG

Cal.

A330-2xx
WV05x
WV02x
WV060

(7) Embodiment of MOD 46903/SB A330-32-3096 introduces a different PNR. MOD 46903 factory embodied on original landing gear ofMSN 271 and
subsequent.
(8) Embodiment of MOD 46904/SB A330-32-3095 introduces a different PNR. MOD 46904 factory embodied on original landing gear ofMSN 271 and
subsequent.
(9) Embodiment of MOD 48066/SB A330-32-3123 introduces a different PNR. MOD 48066 factory embodied on original landing gear ofMSN 366 and
subsequent.
(10) Life limit is the later of 900 aircraft FH counted from08-Jul-2009 or the accumulation of 11150 total LDG since initial entry into service of Pin W1 on any
aeroplane.
(11) Life limit is the earlier ofthe 10 year calendar limit or the limitation deduced from Note (10).
(12) Embodiment of MOD 58527/SB A330-32-3229 introduces a different PNR.

Pin W
Pin W
Pin W
Retraction link (LH)
Retraction link (LH)
Retraction link (RH)
Retraction link (RH)
Pin W1
Pin W1
Retraction bracket (LH)
Retraction bracket (LH)
Retraction bracket (RH)
Retraction bracket (RH)
Pin W2
Pin W2
Pin W2
Pin P
Pin P
RETRACTION ACTUATOR (FIG. 11 & 16)

201275796 (7)
201478613
201489770
201275317 (9)
201489311 (12)
201275318 (9)
201489312 (12)
201275673 (7) (11)
201478614
201428351
201428378
201428352
201428379
201275667 (8)
201478615
201478637
201275602 (7)
201478612

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

20000
42800
42800
35200
8400
35200
8400
(10)
(10)
19800
19800
19800
19800
9400
42800
42800
20000
42800

10 Ye
N/A
N/A
36 Mo
N/A
36 Mo
N/A
10 Ye
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
5 Ye
N/A
N/A
10 Ye
N/A

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

8080
8080
5500
18000
18000
27790
22900
22900

31-Dec-07
31-Dec-07
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

30000
30000
30000

N/A
N/A
N/A

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

N/A

20 Ye

N/A

20 Ye

(1) Rework in accordance with SB A330-32-3216 (MOD 56557) may introduce a different PNR.
(2) Embodiment of MOD 200837/SB A330-32-3243 may introduce a different PNR.
MOD 200837 factory embodied on original landing gear of MSN 1195 and subsequent for A330 series excluded A330-200F.
MOD 200837 factory embodied on original landing gearof MSN 1092 and subsequent for A330-200F series.
Retraction actuator piston rod
114256309
N/A
Retraction actuator piston rod
114256321 (1)
N/A
Retraction actuator piston rod
114256323
N/A
Retraction actuator piston rod
114256326
N/A
Retraction actuator piston rod
114256328
N/A
Retraction actuator gland
50-2113004-00 (2)
N/A
Retraction actuator cylinder
114256310
N/A
Retraction actuator cylinder
114256320
N/A
ATA 32-21-00 NOSE LANDING GEAR (FIG. 14 & 15)
RETRACTION ACTUATOR (FIG. 15)
Retraction actuator body
D61954
N/A
Retraction actuator body
D61954-10
N/A
Retraction actuator body
D67876
N/A
ATA 35-13-00 OXYGEN CREW OXYGEN CONTROL AND INDICATING (FIG. 18)
Pressure switch
CMK80-01
N/A
ATA 35-23-00 OXYGEN PASSENGER OXYGEN (GASEOUS) CONTROL AND INDICATING (FIG. 19)
Quantity calculation control unit
E69027
80000

REF: ALS PART 4-R04 SUB PART 4-2-1

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 4, THE ALS PART 4 IS THE
REFERENCE.
LIFE LIMITATIONS
(Whichever occurs first)

Explanation notes are located under the assy title.


Nomenclature

Part Number

FH

FC/LDG

Cal.

ATA 27-14-00 FLIGHT CONTROL AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION (FIG. 02)

A330-2xx
WV05x
WV02x
WV060
X
X

(1) Applicable to servo-control installed in positions FIN 7CS1, 8CS1, 7CS2 and 8CS2 for inboard servo-controls, and FIN 9CS1, 10CS1, 9CS2 and 10CS2 for
outboard servo-controls (active and damping).
Inboard aileron servo-control (1)
3337457-59
110000
N/A
Outboard aileron servo-control (1)
3337458-59
110000
N/A
ATA 27-44-00 FLIGHT CONTROL TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS) HYDRAULIC ACTUATION (FIG. 05)

N/A
N/A

X
X

X
X

(1) Embodiment of MOD 54880/SB A330-27-3137 introduces different PNR.


(2) Embodiment of MOD 200698/SB A330-27-3172 introduces different PNR.
(3) Embodiment of MOD 58916/SB A330-27-3172 introduces different PNR. MOD 58916 factory embodied on MSN 1095 and subsequent.
THS Actuator
47172-300 (1)
THS Actuator
47172-300 (1)
THS Actuator
47172-500 (2)
THS Actuator
47172-500 (2)
THS Actuator
47172-510 (3)
THS Actuator
47172-510 (3)
THS Actuator
47172-520
THS Actuator
47172-520
THS Actuator
47172-530
THS Actuator
47172-530
ATA 32-11-00 MAIN LANDING GEAR (FIG. 11 to 13 & 16 to 17)
MAIN STRUT AND DRESSINGS (FIG. 11 & 13)
(1) This PNR is common to pin W2 and pin P.
Pin W
55-2105061-00
Retraction link (LH)
50-2105026-00
Retraction link (LH)
50-2105224-00
Retraction link (LH)
201489315
Retraction link (RH)
50-2106026-00
Retraction link (RH)
50-2106224-00
Retraction link (RH)
201489316
Pin W1
55-2105060-00
Pin W1
201478652
Retraction bracket (LH)
50-2105027-00
Retraction bracket (RH)
50-2106027-00
Pin W2
55-2105059-00 (1)
Pin P
55-2105059-00 (1)
COMPLETE SIDE STAY (FIG. 13)
LOCK STAY ACTUATOR (FIG. 17)
RETRACTION ACTUATOR (FIG. 11 & 16)
(1) Must be replaced by a new one every time the piston head is removed from the piston rod.
Retraction actuator piston rod
50-2113002-00
Retraction actuator gland
114256312
Retraction actuator gland
114256322
Retraction actuator gland
50-2113004-01
Retraction actuator piston head
114256308
Retraction actuator piston head
114256639
Retraction actuator piston head
50-2113003-00
Retraction actuator insert
114256629
Retraction actuator cylinder
50-2113001-00
ATA 32-21-00 NOSE LANDING GEAR (FIG. 14 & 15)
(1) xx at the end of the PNRs stands for any number between 00 and 99.
Retraction actuator pin (airframe side) (1)
F53112357200xx
Retraction actuator pin (airframe side) (1)
F53112357204xx
Retraction actuator pin (airframe side) (1)
F53112357204xx
Retraction actuator pin (airframe side) (1)
F53114022200xx
Retraction actuator pin (airframe side) (1)
F53114022200xx
Retraction actuator pin (airframe side) (1)
F53114023200xx
Retraction actuator pin (airframe side) (1)
F53120422200xx
Retraction actuator pin (airframe side) (1)
F53120422200xx
NOSE LANDING GEAR LEG (FIG. 14)
MAIN FITTING-SHOCK ABSORBER STRUCTURE (FIG. 14)
Retraction actuator pin (Main fitting side)
D61686
RETRACTION ACTUATOR (FIG. 15)
Retraction actuator eye end
D62588
Retraction actuator eye end
D62588-1

60000
65000
60000
65000
60000
65000
60000
65000
60000
65000

40000
20000
40000
20000
40000
20000
40000
20000
40000
20000

25 Ye
25 Ye
25 Ye
25 Ye
25 Ye
25 Ye
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

46480
46480
46480
10700
46480
46480
10700
46480
25179
46480
46480
46480
46480

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

50000
50000
50000
27790
50000
50000
50000
(1)
50000

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

50000
50000
41250
50000
41250
50000
50000
41250

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

X
X

N/A

50000

N/A

N/A
N/A

50000
50000

N/A
N/A

REF: ALS PART 4-R04 SUB PART 4-2-2

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X
X
X

IN CASE OF INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN THIS FILE AND THE ALS PART 4, THE ALS PART 4 IS THE
REFERENCE.
LIFE LIMITATIONS
(Whichever occurs first)

Explanation notes are located under the assy title.


Nomenclature
Retraction actuator eye end
Retraction actuator bearing
Retraction actuator bearing
Retraction actuator bearing
Retraction actuator bearing
Retraction actuator sliding rod
Retraction actuator sliding rod
Retraction actuator sliding rod
Retraction actuator plug
Retraction actuator plug
Retraction actuator plug
Retraction actuator cylinder
Retraction actuator cylinder
Retraction actuator cylinder

Part Number

FH

FC/LDG

Cal.

D67840
D61950-1
D61950-10
D67839
D68397
D62328
D62328-1
D67837
D61952
D61952-1
D67838
D62587
D62587-1
D67836

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

50000
50000
50000
50000
50000
50000
50000
50000
50000
50000
50000
50000
50000
50000

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

REF: ALS PART 4-R04 SUB PART 4-2-2

A330-2xx
WV05x
WV02x
WV060
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER

COMPONENT

applicable P/N

213100-09-1

SAFETY VALVE

ALL

213100-09-1

SAFETY VALVE

ALL

215000-07-1

OZONE CONVERTER

40997003
40997002
40997001

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)

DESCRIPTION

215000-07-1

215800-01-1

OZONE CONVERTER

21-32-40

50000 FH
OR
12 YE

ALL

REMOVE SAFETY VALVE FOR


RESTORATION.

21-32-40

50000 FH
OR
12 YE

ALL

20000 FH
NOTE 1

ALL

20000 FH
NOTE 1

ALL

OZONE CONVERTER

20000 FH
NOTE 1

ALL

CSAS OZONE CONVERTER

6000 FH

1256, 1266

12000 FH

1256, 1266

42 MO
OR
20000 FH

ALL

REMOVE CONDENSER AND REHEATER


FOR CLEANING IN SHOP.

42 MO
OR
20000 FH

ALL

REMOVE CONDENSER AND REHEATER


FOR CLEANING IN SHOP.

EVERY 6 YEARS:
ULB BATTERY REPLACEMENT.

ALL

EVERY 6 YEARS:
ULB BATTERY REPLACEMENT.

ALL

EVERY 6 YEARS:
ULB BATTERY REPLACEMENT.

ALL

7012-18088-03
40997003
REMOVE OZONE CONVERTER FOR
FUNCTIONAL CHECK

40997003
40997002
40997001

40997002

40997003
40997002
40997001

40997001

REMOVE OZONE CONVERTER FOR


FUNCTIONAL CHECK

REMOVE OZONE CONVERTER FOR


FUNCTIONAL CHECK

ALL
3969A0000K01

215800-02-1

215200-01-1

215200-01-1

237135-01-1

237135-01-1

237135-01-1

CSAS HEAT EXCHANGER

CONDENSER

REHEATER

ULB BATTERY

ULB BATTERY

ULB BATTERY

REMOVE CSAS OZONE CONVERTER FOR


CLEANING.

ALL

969A0000-02

968A0000-03

3968B0000K01
969A0000-02

REMOVE CSAS HEAT EXCHANGER FOR


CLEANING.

968A0000-03

REFER ULB P/N:


DK120
REFER ULB P/N:
DK100
ELP362D

DK120

REFER ULB P/N:


DK120
REFER ULB P/N:
DK100
ELP362D

ELP362D

REFER ULB P/N:


DK120
REFER ULB P/N:
DK100
ELP362D

DK120

APPLICABILITY

REMOVE SAFETY VALVE FOR


RESTORATION.
7012-18088

215000-07-1

100%
INTERVAL

CMM

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER (CVR)

23-70-03

DISCARD ULB BATTERY

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER (CVR)


DISCARD ULB BATTERY

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER (CVR)


DISCARD ULB BATTERY

AMS A330 I10 A01

23-70-04

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
237135-01-1

237135-02-1

COMPONENT
ULB BATTERY

ULB

applicable P/N

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)

REFER ULB P/N:


DK120
REFER ULB P/N:
DK100
ELP362D

ELP362D

DK120
DK100

DK120
DK100

DESCRIPTION

CMM

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER (CVR)

EVERY 6 YEARS:
ULB BATTERY REPLACEMENT.

ULB

DK120
DK100

APPLICABILITY
ALL

DISCARD ULB BATTERY

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER (CVR)

23-70-03

EVERY 3 MONTH:
ALL
BEACON CLEANING (MORE
FREQUENTLY UNDER HIGH
HUMIDITY CONDITIONS)
EVERY 2 YEARS:
BEACON CLEANING AND TESTING

23-70-04

EVERY 2 YEARS:
ALL
BEACON CLEANING AND TESTING

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE ULB

237135-02-1

100%
INTERVAL

DK120
DK100

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER (CVR)


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE ULB

242100-14-1

IDG OIL COOLERS.

ALL

243851-01-1

BATTERY

4059

ALL

CLEAN (IN SHOP) INTEGRATED DRIVE


GENERATOR OIL
COOLERS.
NOTE: TASK SHOULD BE
ACCOMPLISHED AT OPPORTUNITY OF
ENGINE SHOP VISIT.
NOTE: OFF A/C TASK
PREP. : REMOVE IDG OIL COOLERS
Z412;
REMOVE IDG OIL COOLERS Z422;

4059 BATTERY DC GENERATION

ENGINE SHOP VISIT.

ALL

24-38-52

EVERY YEAR:
GENERAL OVERHAUL IAW CMM

ALL

24-38-53

EVERY YEAR:
GENERAL OVERHAUL IAW CMM
(REPLACEMENT FULL SET OF
VENT VALVE IS RECOMMENDED
TO SUBSTITUTE VENT VALVE
TEST)

ALL

REMOVE BATTERIES 1 AND 2 FOR


OVERHAUL.
243851-01-1

BATTERY

405CH

405CH

BATTERY DC GENERATION
REMOVE BATTERIES 1 AND 2 FOR
OVERHAUL.

AMS A330 I10 A01

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
243851-02-1

COMPONENT
BATTERY

applicable P/N

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)

4059

DESCRIPTION

4059 BATTERY DC GENERATION

CMM
24-38-52

REMOVE BATTERIES 1 AND 2 FOR


CHECK IN WORKSHOP

100%
INTERVAL
EVERY 1000 OPERATING HOURS
(800 FH):
CLEANING, CHARGE BATTERY,
ADJUST ELECTROLYTE LEVEL.

APPLICABILITY
ALL

EVERY 2000 OPERATING HOURS


(1600 FH)
OR 6 MONTH:
CLEANING, CAPACITY CHECK,
ADJUST ELECTROLYTE LEVEL.

243851-02-1

BATTERY

405CH

405CH

BATTERY DC GENERATION

24-38-53

EVERY 3000 OPERATING HOURS


(2400 FH):
PERFORM A REGULAR CHECK
INCL. PERIODICAL CHECK,
CAPACITY CHECK, ADJUST
ELECTROLYTE LEVEL.

ALL

24-38-52

EVERY YEAR:
GENERAL OVERHAUL IAW CMM

ALL

24-38-53

EVERY YEAR:
GENERAL OVERHAUL IAW CMM
(REPLACEMENT FULL SET OF
VENT VALVE IS RECOMMENDED
TO SUBSTITUTE VENT VALVE
TEST)

ALL

24-38-52

EVERY 1000 OPERATING HOURS


(800 FH):
CLEANING, CHARGE BATTERY,
ADJUST ELECTROLYTE LEVEL.

ALL

REMOVE BATTERIES 1 AND 2 FOR


CHECK IN WORKSHOP

243852-01-2

BATTERY

4059

4059

BATTERY DC GENERATION
REMOVE BATTERY 3 (APU) FOR
OVERHAUL.

243852-01-2

BATTERY

405CH

405CH

BATTERY DC GENERATION
REMOVE BATTERY 3 (APU) FOR
OVERHAUL.

243852-02-2

BATTERY

4059

4059

BATTERY DC GENERATION
REMOVE BATTERY 3 (APU) FOR CHECK
IN WORKSHOP

EVERY 2000 OPERATING HOURS


(1600 FH)
OR 6 MONTH:
CLEANING, CAPACITY CHECK,
ADJUST ELECTROLYTE LEVEL.

243852-02-2

BATTERY

405CH

405CH

BATTERY DC GENERATION
REMOVE BATTERY 3 (APU) FOR CHECK
IN WORKSHOP

AMS A330 I10 A01

24-38-53

EVERY 3000 OPERATING HOURS


(2400 FH):
PERFORM A REGULAR CHECK
INCL. PERIODICAL CHECK,
CAPACITY CHECK, ADJUST
ELECTROLYTE LEVEL.

ALL

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256241-01-1

COMPONENT
RESERVOIR

applicable P/N
5A3274-X

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
5A3274-5

DESCRIPTION
CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES

CMM

RESERVOIR

5A3274-X

5A3274-8

CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES

EVERY 3 YEARS:
ALL
PERFORM OVERHAUL OF
RESERVOIR ASSEMBLY INCLUDING
HYDROSTATIC TEST IAW CMM
NOTE: SERVICE LIFE IS 15
YEARS

25-62-31

ALL
EVERY 3 YEARS:
PERFORM OVERHAUL OF
RESERVOIR ASSEMBLY INCLUDING
HYDROSTATIC TEST IAW CMM
NOTE: SERVICE LIFE IS 15
YEARS

25-62-19

ALL
EVERY 3 YEARS:
PERFORM OVERHAUL OF
RESERVOIR ASSEMBLY INCLUDING
HYDROSTATIC TEST IAW CMM
NOTE: SERVICE LIFE IS 15
YEARS

25-62-14

ALL
Basic Maintenance Schedule
Goodrich specifies that the
units be maintained on a
scheduled basis, with the
time between overhauls not
to exceed 36 months.

REMOVE SLIDE/RAFT BOTTLE FOR


HYDROSTATIC TEST

256241-01-1

RESERVOIR

4A3598-X

4A3598-X

CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES


REMOVE SLIDE/RAFT BOTTLE FOR
HYDROSTATIC TEST

256241-02-1

SLIDE/RAFT

7A1509-XXX

7A1509-027

CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES


RESTORATION OF LIFE RAFTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

Special Provisions for Aging


Evacuation Slides
When the unit reaches 15
years of age, either replace
the inflatable assembly or
inspect the unit on
an annual basis until the
unit is retired or the
inflatable assembly is
replaced. Annual inspections
should start within one
calendar year (12 months) of
the unit reaching 15 years
of age.
The minimum annual
inspection is not considered
an overhaul.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

25-62-31

REMOVE SLIDE/RAFT BOTTLE FOR


HYDROSTATIC TEST

256241-01-1

100%
INTERVAL

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256241-02-1

COMPONENT
SLIDE/RAFT

applicable P/N
7A1509-XXX

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
7A1509-037

DESCRIPTION
CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES
RESTORATION OF LIFE RAFTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

CMM
25-62-14

100%
INTERVAL

ALL
Basic Maintenance Schedule
Goodrich specifies that the
units be maintained on a
scheduled basis, with the
time between overhauls not
to exceed 36 months.
Special Provisions for Aging
Evacuation Slides
When the unit reaches 15
years of age, either replace
the inflatable assembly or
inspect the unit on
an annual basis until the
unit is retired or the
inflatable assembly is
replaced. Annual inspections
should start within one
calendar year (12 months) of
the unit reaching 15 years
of age.
The minimum annual
inspection is not considered
an overhaul.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256241-02-1

COMPONENT
SLIDE/RAFT

applicable P/N
7A1509-XXX

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
7A1509-123

DESCRIPTION
CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES
RESTORATION OF LIFE RAFTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

CMM
25-62-14

100%
INTERVAL

ALL
Basic Maintenance Schedule
Goodrich specifies that the
units be maintained on a
scheduled basis, with the
time between overhauls not
to exceed 36 months.
Special Provisions for Aging
Evacuation Slides
When the unit reaches 15
years of age, either replace
the inflatable assembly or
inspect the unit on
an annual basis until the
unit is retired or the
inflatable assembly is
replaced. Annual inspections
should start within one
calendar year (12 months) of
the unit reaching 15 years
of age.
The minimum annual
inspection is not considered
an overhaul.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256241-02-1

COMPONENT
SLIDE/RAFT

applicable P/N
7A1509-XXX

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
7A1509-125

DESCRIPTION
CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES
RESTORATION OF LIFE RAFTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

CMM
25-62-14

100%
INTERVAL

ALL
Basic Maintenance Schedule
Goodrich specifies that the
units be maintained on a
scheduled basis, with the
time between overhauls not
to exceed 36 months.
Special Provisions for Aging
Evacuation Slides
When the unit reaches 15
years of age, either replace
the inflatable assembly or
inspect the unit on
an annual basis until the
unit is retired or the
inflatable assembly is
replaced. Annual inspections
should start within one
calendar year (12 months) of
the unit reaching 15 years
of age.
The minimum annual
inspection is not considered
an overhaul.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256241-02-1

COMPONENT
SLIDE/RAFT

applicable P/N
7A1539-xxx

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
7A1539-055

DESCRIPTION
CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES
RESTORATION OF LIFE RAFTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

CMM
25-62-21

100%
INTERVAL

ALL
Basic Maintenance Schedule
Goodrich specifies that the
units be maintained on a
scheduled basis, with the
time between overhauls not
to exceed 36 months.
Special Provisions for Aging
Evacuation Slides
When the unit reaches 15
years of age, either replace
the inflatable assembly or
inspect the unit on
an annual basis until the
unit is retired or the
inflatable assembly is
replaced. Annual inspections
should start within one
calendar year (12 months) of
the unit reaching 15 years
of age.
The minimum annual
inspection is not considered
an overhaul.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256241-02-1

COMPONENT
SLIDE/RAFT

applicable P/N
7A1539-xxx

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
7A1539-056

DESCRIPTION
CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES
RESTORATION OF LIFE RAFTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

CMM
25-62-21

100%
INTERVAL

ALL
Basic Maintenance Schedule
Goodrich specifies that the
units be maintained on a
scheduled basis, with the
time between overhauls not
to exceed 36 months.
Special Provisions for Aging
Evacuation Slides
When the unit reaches 15
years of age, either replace
the inflatable assembly or
inspect the unit on
an annual basis until the
unit is retired or the
inflatable assembly is
replaced. Annual inspections
should start within one
calendar year (12 months) of
the unit reaching 15 years
of age.
The minimum annual
inspection is not considered
an overhaul.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256241-02-1

COMPONENT
SLIDE/RAFT

applicable P/N
7A1539-xxx

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
7A1539-125

DESCRIPTION
CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES
RESTORATION OF LIFE RAFTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

CMM
25-62-21

100%
INTERVAL

ALL
Basic Maintenance Schedule
Goodrich specifies that the
units be maintained on a
scheduled basis, with the
time between overhauls not
to exceed 36 months.
Special Provisions for Aging
Evacuation Slides
When the unit reaches 15
years of age, either replace
the inflatable assembly or
inspect the unit on
an annual basis until the
unit is retired or the
inflatable assembly is
replaced. Annual inspections
should start within one
calendar year (12 months) of
the unit reaching 15 years
of age.
The minimum annual
inspection is not considered
an overhaul.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256241-02-1

COMPONENT
SLIDE/RAFT

applicable P/N
7A1539-xxx

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
7A1539-126

DESCRIPTION
CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES
RESTORATION OF LIFE RAFTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

CMM
25-62-21

100%
INTERVAL

ALL
Basic Maintenance Schedule
Goodrich specifies that the
units be maintained on a
scheduled basis, with the
time between overhauls not
to exceed 36 months.
Special Provisions for Aging
Evacuation Slides
When the unit reaches 15
years of age, either replace
the inflatable assembly or
inspect the unit on
an annual basis until the
unit is retired or the
inflatable assembly is
replaced. Annual inspections
should start within one
calendar year (12 months) of
the unit reaching 15 years
of age.
The minimum annual
inspection is not considered
an overhaul.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256241-02-1

COMPONENT
SLIDE/RAFT

applicable P/N
7A1509-XXX

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
7A1508-045

DESCRIPTION
CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES
RESTORATION OF LIFE RAFTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

CMM
25-62-12

100%
INTERVAL

ALL
Basic Maintenance Schedule
Goodrich specifies that the
units be maintained on a
scheduled basis, with the
time between overhauls not
to exceed 36 months.
Special Provisions for Aging
Evacuation Slides
When the unit reaches 15
years of age, either replace
the inflatable assembly or
inspect the unit on
an annual basis until the
unit is retired or the
inflatable assembly is
replaced. Annual inspections
should start within one
calendar year (12 months) of
the unit reaching 15 years
of age.
The minimum annual
inspection is not considered
an overhaul.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256241-02-1

COMPONENT
SLIDE/RAFT

applicable P/N
7A1508-XXX

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
7A1508-055

DESCRIPTION
CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES
RESTORATION OF LIFE RAFTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

CMM
25-62-12

100%
INTERVAL

ALL
Basic Maintenance Schedule
Goodrich specifies that the
units be maintained on a
scheduled basis, with the
time between overhauls not
to exceed 36 months.
Special Provisions for Aging
Evacuation Slides
When the unit reaches 15
years of age, either replace
the inflatable assembly or
inspect the unit on
an annual basis until the
unit is retired or the
inflatable assembly is
replaced. Annual inspections
should start within one
calendar year (12 months) of
the unit reaching 15 years
of age.
The minimum annual
inspection is not considered
an overhaul.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256241-02-1

COMPONENT
SLIDE/RAFT

applicable P/N
7A1508-XXX

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
7A1508-125

DESCRIPTION
CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES
RESTORATION OF LIFE RAFTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

CMM
25-62-12

100%
INTERVAL

ALL
Basic Maintenance Schedule
Goodrich specifies that the
units be maintained on a
scheduled basis, with the
time between overhauls not
to exceed 36 months.
Special Provisions for Aging
Evacuation Slides
When the unit reaches 15
years of age, either replace
the inflatable assembly or
inspect the unit on
an annual basis until the
unit is retired or the
inflatable assembly is
replaced. Annual inspections
should start within one
calendar year (12 months) of
the unit reaching 15 years
of age.
The minimum annual
inspection is not considered
an overhaul.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256241-03-1

COMPONENT
SLIDE/RAFT

applicable P/N
ALL

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
ALL

DESCRIPTION

CMM

CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER- 1151324-1


PORTABLE

1151324-1

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTERPORTABLE

25-60-10

EVERY 5 YEARS:
RESTORATION IN WORKSHOP
INCLUDING
BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND
CHECK OF AUTOMATIC ELT
ACTIVATION.

ALL

25-60-11

EVERY 5 YEARS:
RESTORATION IN WORKSHOP
INCLUDING
BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND
CHECK OF AUTOMATIC ELT
ACTIVATION.

ALL

25-63-05

EVERY 6 YEARS:
RESTORATION IN WORKSHOP
INCLUDING
BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND
CHECK OF AUTOMATIC ELT
ACTIVATION.

ALL

REMOVE SURVIVAL EMERGENCY


LOCATOR TRANSMITTER
(ELT(S)) FOR WORKSHOP CHECK.

256532-01-1

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER- 01N65920


PORTABLE

01N65920

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTERPORTABLE


REMOVE SURVIVAL EMERGENCY
LOCATOR TRANSMITTER
(ELT(S)) FOR WORKSHOP CHECK.

256532-01-1

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER- S1823502-05


PORTABLE

S1823502-05

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTERPORTABLE


REMOVE SURVIVAL EMERGENCY
LOCATOR TRANSMITTER
(ELT(S)) FOR WORKSHOP CHECK.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

Operationally check the


ALL
slide/raft in accordance
with the following
schedule:
FWD Passenger/Crew Door 1
36 MTHS
MID Passenger/Crew Door 1
36 MTHS
AFT Passenger/Crew Door 1
36 MTHS
Ower Wing Door
1
36 MTHS
Emergency Exit
1
36 MTHS
Checks may be performed on
either side and do not all
have to be performed on the
same aircraft.
RECORD THE RESULT OF "SLIDE
DEPLOYMENT" FOR A330 FLEET

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF SLIDE/RAFT


DEPLOYMENT

256532-01-1

100%
INTERVAL

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256535-02-1

COMPONENT
FIXED EMERGENCY LOCATOR
TRANSMITTER

applicable P/N

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)

DESCRIPTION

ELT96A2560000000 ELT96A2560000000 EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER


SYSTEM

CMM

FIXED EMERGENCY LOCATOR


TRANSMITTER

S1821502-02

S1821502-02

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER


SYSTEM

EVERY 4 YEARS:
RESTORATION IN WORKSHOP
INCLUDING
BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND
CHECK OF AUTOMATIC ELT
ACTIVATION.
EVERY 12 YEARS:
REPLACE UPPER AND
LOWER SEAL

ALL

25-63-01

EVERY 6 YEARS:
RESTORATION IN WORKSHOP
INCLUDING
BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND
CHECK OF AUTOMATIC ELT
ACTIVATION.

ALL

EVERY YEAR
REPLACE BATTERIES

ALL

REMOVE AUTOMATIC FIXED EMERGENCY


LOCATOR TRANSMITTER
(ELT(AF)) FOR RESTORATION IN
WORKSHOP INCLUDING
BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND CHECK OF
AUTOMATIC ELT
ACTIVATION.

256551-01-1

256652-01-1

MEGAPHONE

LIFE VESTS

REFFER TO
MEGAPHONE P/N:
A12SA,
D2567019500065

REFFER TO
MEGAPHONE P/N:
A12SA,
D2567019500065

MEGAPHONE

P0723E-XXX

P0723E105P

LIFE VESTS

DISCARD MEGAPHONE BATTERIES

25-60-12

EVERY 60 MONTHS:
ALL
AFTER ENTRY INTO SERVICE,
BUT NOT LATER THAN 63 MONTH
AFTER DATE OF MANUFACTURE
PERFORM AN OVERHAULED. IAW
CMM 25-60-12

25-60-12

EVERY 60 MONTHS:
ALL
AFTER ENTRY INTO SERVICE,
BUT NOT LATER THAN 63 MONTH
AFTER DATE OF MANUFACTURE
PERFORM AN OVERHAULED. IAW
CMM 25-60-12

RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS BY


REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

256652-01-1

LIFE VESTS

P0723E-XXX

P0723E105PW

APPLICABILITY

23-24-01

REMOVE AUTOMATIC FIXED EMERGENCY


LOCATOR TRANSMITTER
(ELT(AF)) FOR RESTORATION IN
WORKSHOP INCLUDING
BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND CHECK OF
AUTOMATIC ELT
ACTIVATION.

256535-02-1

100%
INTERVAL

LIFE VESTS
RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

AMS A330 I10 A01

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256652-01-1

COMPONENT
LIFE VESTS

applicable P/N
P0723E-XXX

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
P0723-XXX

DESCRIPTION
LIFE VESTS

CMM

LIFE VESTS

P0723E-XXX

P0723-103WC

LIFE VESTS

EVERY 60 MONTHS:
ALL
AFTER ENTRY INTO SERVICE,
BUT NOT LATER THAN 63 MONTH
AFTER DATE OF MANUFACTURE
PERFORM AN OVERHAULED. IAW
CMM 25-60-07

25-60-07

EVERY 60 MONTHS:
ALL
AFTER ENTRY INTO SERVICE,
BUT NOT LATER THAN 63 MONTH
AFTER DATE OF MANUFACTURE
PERFORM AN OVERHAULED. IAW
CMM 25-60-07

25-60-07

EVERY 60 MONTHS:
ALL
AFTER ENTRY INTO SERVICE,
BUT NOT LATER THAN 63 MONTH
AFTER DATE OF MANUFACTURE
PERFORM AN OVERHAULED. IAW
CMM 25-60-07

25-60-15

EVERY 60 MONTHS:
ALL
AFTER ENTRY INTO SERVICE,
BUT NOT LATER THAN 63 MONTH
AFTER DATE OF MANUFACTURE
PERFORM AN OVERHAULED. IAW
CMM 25-60-15

25-60-15

EVERY 60 MONTHS:
ALL
AFTER ENTRY INTO SERVICE,
BUT NOT LATER THAN 63 MONTH
AFTER DATE OF MANUFACTURE
PERFORM AN OVERHAULED. IAW
CMM 25-60-15

RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS BY


REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

256652-01-1

LIFE VESTS

P0723E-XXX

P0723-111WC

LIFE VESTS
RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

256652-01-1

LIFE VESTS

P0640-XXX

P0640-101

LIFE VESTS
RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

256652-01-1

LIFE VESTS

P0640-XXX

P0640-103

LIFE VESTS
RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

25-60-07

RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS BY


REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

256652-01-1

100%
INTERVAL

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256652-01-1

COMPONENT
LIFE VESTS

applicable P/N
P0640-XXX

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
P0640-105

DESCRIPTION
LIFE VESTS

CMM

LIFE VESTS

66601-XXX

66601-113

LIFE VESTS

EVERY 60 MONTHS:
ALL
AFTER ENTRY INTO SERVICE,
BUT NOT LATER THAN 63 MONTH
AFTER DATE OF MANUFACTURE
PERFORM AN OVERHAULED. IAW
CMM 25-60-15

25-64-05

AC-1 LIFE PRESERVER


EVERY 5 YEARS:
PERFORM A RECERTIFICATION

RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS BY


REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

256652-01-1

LIFE VESTS

216201-0-XXX
216204-0-XXX

216201-0-XXX
216204-0-XXX

LIFE VESTS
RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS BY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

AMS A330 I10 A01

APPLICABILITY

25-60-15

RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS BY


REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

256652-01-1

100%
INTERVAL

ALL

AC-1000 LIFE PRESERVER


EVERY 5 YEARS:
IF SEWN CLOSED PACKED LIFE
PRESERVER HAVE TO BE
RECERTIFIED.
EVERY 10 YEARS:
IF VACUUM SEALED CLOSED
PACKED
LIFE PRESERVER HAVE TO BE
RECERTIFIED.

25-65-03

10 YEARS AFTER
ALL
MANUFACTURING DATE:
PERFORM AN OVERHAUL.
EVERY 10 YEARS
IF LIFE JACKET IS VACUUM
PACKED IN A
NEW CARRYING BAG AND/OR
IF CARRYING BAG IS HF WELDED
AND VACUUM PACKED:
PERFORM AN OVERHAUL.
EVERY 2 YEARS
IF LIFE JACKET IS PACKED IN
A NEW CARRYING BAG
AND/OR IF CARRYING BAG IS
SEWN:
PERFORM AN OVERHAUL.

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
256652-01-1

COMPONENT

applicable P/N

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)

LIFE VESTS

DESCRIPTION
LIFE VESTS

CMM

00002333

IF the lifejacket assembly


ALL
has Part Number 00002256,
00002264,
00002288, 00002290,
00002291, 00002292,
00002333, 00002402,
00002404, 00002408,
00002409, 00002502,
00002503, 00002507,
00002508.
and its date of
manufacture is less than ten
years before the current
date, then the date of the
next Maintenance Check will
be Current Date +
10 years.

25-60-21

EVERY 10 YEARS:
PERFORM AN OVER
PRESSURE TEST IAW
CMM

26-22-40

ALL
IF A FIRE EXTINGUISHING
BOTTLE IS INSTALLED ON AN
AIRCRAFT IT IS CLASSIFIED AS
PART OF THE SYSTEM AND HAS A
HYDROSTATIC TEST INTERVAL OF
10 YEARS.

00002333
LIFE VESTS

LIFE VESTS

A312306A02RFD A312306A02RFD
262100-10-1

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

34600028-1

APPLICABILITY

25-60-91

RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS BY


REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.

256652-01-1

100%
INTERVAL

34600028-1

RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS BY


REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WITH OVERHAULED.
ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING
REMOVE BOTTLE FOR HYDROSTATIC
TEST AND CHECK OF
PRESSURE SWITCH SETTING

AS SOON AS IT IS REMOVED
FROM THE AIRCRAFT IT BECOMES
A PRESSURE VESSEL AND AS
SUCH IT HAS A HYDROSTATIC
TEST INTERVAL OF 5 YEARS
UNDER THE DOT REQUIREMENTS.

AMS A330 I10 A01

ALL

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
262100-10-1

COMPONENT
ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

applicable P/N
473850-1

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
473850-1

DESCRIPTION
ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

100%
INTERVAL

CMM
26-21-62

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR HYDROSTATIC


TEST AND CHECK OF
PRESSURE SWITCH SETTING

APPLICABILITY

IF A FIRE EXTINGUISHING
ALL
BOTTLE IS INSTALLED ON AN
AIRCRAFT IT IS CLASSIFIED AS
PART OF THE SYSTEM AND HAS A
HYDROSTATIC TEST INTERVAL OF
10 YEARS.
AS SOON AS IT IS REMOVED
FROM THE AIRCRAFT IT BECOMES
A PRESSURE VESSEL AND AS
SUCH IT HAS A HYDROSTATIC
TEST INTERVAL OF 5 YEARS
UNDER THE DOT REQUIREMENTS.

262100-15-1

CARTRIDGE

30903899

30903899

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

26-22-40

DISCARD CARTRIDGE
262100-15-1

CARTRIDGE

446201

446201 ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

ALL
EVERY 10 YEARS:
DISCARD CARTRIDGE

DISCARD CARTRIDGE
262241-01-1

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

33600005-3

ALL
EVERY 10 YEARS:
DISCARD CARTRIDGE

33600005-3

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

26-20-05

10 YE

26-20-05

5 YE

26-20-76

10 YE

26-20-76

5 YE

ALL

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR HYDROSTATIC


TEST AND CHECK OF
PRESSURE SWITCH SETTING

262241-01-1A

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

33600005-3

33600005-3

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

#N/A

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK


262241-01-1

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

472412-1

472412-1

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

ALL

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR HYDROSTATIC


TEST AND CHECK OF
PRESSURE SWITCH SETTING

262241-01-1A

FIRE EXTINGUISHING

472412-1

472412-1

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

#N/A

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK


262242-01-1

CARTRIDGE

30903899

30903899 APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING


DISCARD CARTRIDGE

AMS A330 I10 A01

ALL

26-20-76
EVERY 10 YEARS:
DISCARD CARTRIDGE

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
262242-01-1

COMPONENT
CARTRIDGE

applicable P/N

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)

446203

DESCRIPTION

446203 APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT FIREX

ALL

472625-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT


FIRE
EXTINGUISHING (FWD, AFT AND
BULK)

APPLICABILITY
ALL

26-21-34
EVERY 10 YEARS:
DISCARD CARTRIDGE

DISCARD CARTRIDGE
262341-01-1

100%
INTERVAL

CMM

26-20-85

10000 FH

ALL

26-20-84

10000 FH

ALL

26-23-37

10000 FH

ALL

26-23-38

10000 FH

ALL

26-20-85

10 YE

ALL

26-20-84

10 YE

ALL

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK

262341-01-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT FIREX

ALL

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT


FIRE
EXTINGUISHING (FWD, AFT AND
BULK)
REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK
472931-2

262341-01-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT FIREX

ALL

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT


FIRE
EXTINGUISHING (FWD, AFT AND
BULK)
REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK
34900008-2

262341-01-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT FIREX

ALL

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT


FIRE
EXTINGUISHING (FWD, AFT AND
BULK)
REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK

262341-02-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT FIREX

472625-X
472931-X
34900008-X
35200003-X

35200003-2
472625-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT


FIRE
EXTINGUISHING (FWD, AFT AND
BULK)
REMOVE BOTTLE FOR HYDROSTATIC
TEST

262341-02-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT FIREX

472625-X
472931-X
34900008-X
35200003-X

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT


FIRE
EXTINGUISHING (FWD, AFT AND
BULK)
REMOVE BOTTLE FOR HYDROSTATIC
TEST
472931-2

AMS A330 I10 A01

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
262341-02-1

COMPONENT
LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT FIREX

applicable P/N

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)

472625-X
472931-X
34900008-X
35200003-X

DESCRIPTION
LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT
FIRE
EXTINGUISHING (FWD, AFT AND
BULK)

100%
INTERVAL

CMM

APPLICABILITY

26-23-37

10 YE

ALL

26-23-38

10 YE

ALL

26-21-34

10 YE

ALL

26-23-37
26-23-38

10 YE

ALL

26-24-05

EVERY 2 YEARS:
PERFORM AN INSPECTION IAW
CMM INCLUDING WEIGHT CHECK

ALL

26-24-05

EVERY 2 YEARS:
PERFORM AN INSPECTION IAW
CMM INCLUDING WEIGHT CHECK

ALL

26-20-29

EVERY YEAR: PREFORM


ALL
INSPECTION AND A WEIGHT
CHECK OR CHECK PRESSURE GAGE

26-20-29

EVERY YEAR: PREFORM


ALL
INSPECTION AND A WEIGHT
CHECK OR CHECK PRESSURE GAGE

26-20-29

LIFE LIMIT: 10 YEARS

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR HYDROSTATIC


TEST
34900008-2
262341-02-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT FIREX

472625-X
472931-X
34900008-X
35200003-X

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT


FIRE
EXTINGUISHING (FWD, AFT AND
BULK)
REMOVE BOTTLE FOR HYDROSTATIC
TEST
35200003-2

262343-01-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT FIREX

446203

446203 LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT


FIRE
EXTINGUISHING (FWD, AFT AND
BULK)
DISCARD CARTRIDGE UNIT

262343-01-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT FIREX

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT


FIRE
EXTINGUISHING (FWD, AFT AND
BULK)
DISCARD CARTRIDGE UNIT
30903898

262400-01-1

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

30903898
PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

74-00
74-20
74-21
76-00

REMOVE BOTTLES FOR WEIGHT CHECK


74-20

262400-01-1

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

74-00
74-20
74-21
76-00

REMOVE BOTTLES FOR WEIGHT CHECK


76-00

262400-01-1

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

BA21741XX-X
BA51015 SERIES

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER


REMOVE BOTTLES FOR WEIGHT CHECK
BA21741GSR-2

262400-01-1

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

BA21741XX-X
BA51015 SERIES

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER


REMOVE BOTTLES FOR WEIGHT CHECK
BA21741SR2

262400-02-1

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

BA21741XX-X
BA51015 SERIES

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER


REMOVE BOTTLES FOR HYDROSTATIC
TEST

BA21741GSR-2

AMS A330 I10 A01

(VENDOR RECOMMENDATION IS TO
REPLACE THE EXTINGUISHER NO
HYDROSTATIC TEST
REQUIREMENT)

ALL

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
262400-02-1

COMPONENT
PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

applicable P/N

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)

BA21741XX-X
BA51015 SERIES

DESCRIPTION
PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

100%
INTERVAL

CMM

26-20-29

REMOVE BOTTLES FOR HYDROSTATIC


TEST

LIFE LIMIT: 10 YEARS

APPLICABILITY
ALL

(VENDOR RECOMMENDATION IS TO
REPLACE THE EXTINGUISHER NO
HYDROSTATIC TEST
REQUIREMENT)

BA21741SR2
262400-02-1

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

74-00
74-20
74-21
76-00

26-24-05

10 YEARS
ALL
VENDOR RECOMMENDATION IS TO
REPLACE THE EXTINGUISHER
WHEN SECOND HYDROSTATIC TEST
DUE (20 YEAR)

26-24-05

10 YEARS
ALL
VENDOR RECOMMENDATION IS TO
REPLACE THE EXTINGUISHER
WHEN SECOND HYDROSTATIC TEST
DUE (20 YEAR)

26-25-12

60 MO

ALL

26-25-36

60 MO

ALL

27-51-20

12 YE

ALL

27-51-20

12 YE

ALL

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL


FUNCTIONAL CHECK FOR RUDDER
SERVO-CONTROLS SYNCHRONIZATION
FOLLOWED BY SPRING-ROD REMOVAL
FOR WORKSHOP CHECK

42 MO OR 20000 FH

275, 294, 299,


366

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

6 YE

ALL (ALL POST


40838)

6 YE

ALL (ALL POST


40838)

REMOVE BOTTLES FOR HYDROSTATIC


TEST

74-20
262400-02-1

262541-01-1

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

LAVATORY FIRE EXTINGUISHING

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

74-00
74-20
74-21
76-00
ALL

REMOVE BOTTLES FOR HYDROSTATIC


TEST

76-00
BA21758

LAVATORY FIRE EXTINGUISHING


REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK

262541-01-1

LAVATORY FIRE EXTINGUISHING

ALL

LAVATORY FIRE EXTINGUISHING


REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK

275117-01-1

COMMAND SENSOR UNIT

065-50001-0100

BA24320A1
065-50001-0100

FLAPS
REMOVE CSU FOR WORKSHOP CHECK OF
FRICTION BRAKE

275117-01-1

COMMAND SENSOR UNIT

065-50001-0200

FLAPS

065-50001-0200

REMOVE CSU FOR WORKSHOP CHECK OF


FRICTION BRAKE
272149-01-1

SPRING-ROD

ALL

291100-05-1

HYDRAULIC FUSE

ALL

F2727156000200

C24960000-1
291100-05-1

HYDRAULIC FUSE

ALL

REMOVE FIN HYDRAULIC FUSE FOR


WORKSHOP CHECK
MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

2-8181-2

REMOVE FIN HYDRAULIC FUSE FOR


WORKSHOP CHECK

AMS A330 I10 A01

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
291100-05-1

COMPONENT
HYDRAULIC FUSE

applicable P/N

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)

ALL

HYDRAULIC FUSE

ALL

291100-06-1

HYDRAULIC FUSE

ALL

291100-06-1

HYDRAULIC FUSE

ALL (ALL POST


40838)

6 YE

ALL (ALL POST


40838)

6 YE

ALL (ALL POST


40838)

6 YE

ALL (ALL POST


40838)

31-31-36

EVERY 6 YEARS:
ULB BATTERY (AND ORING)
REPLACEMENT.

ALL

31-31-36

EVERY 6 YEARS:
ULB BATTERY (AND ORING)
REPLACEMENT.

ALL

31-31-36

EVERY 2 YEARS:
ALL
BEACON CLEANING AND TESTING

REMOVE FIN HYDRAULIC FUSE FOR


WORKSHOP CHECK

REMOVE WING HYDRAULIC FUSES FOR


WORKSHOP CHECK
MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

2-8181-2
ALL

REMOVE WING HYDRAULIC FUSES FOR


WORKSHOP CHECK
MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

A25317-1
DK120

APPLICABILITY

6 YE

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

C24960000-1

100%
INTERVAL

CMM

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

A25317-1
291100-06-1

DESCRIPTION

REMOVE WING HYDRAULIC FUSES FOR


WORKSHOP CHECK

313300-01-1

ULB BATTERY

REFER TO ULB
P/N: DK100-DK120

DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING


SYSTEM

313300-01-1

ULB BATTERY

REFER TO ULB
DK100
P/N: DK100-DK120

DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING


SYSTEM

313300-03-1

ULB

REFER TO ULB
DK120
P/N: DK100-DK120

DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING


SYSTEM

DISCARD ULB BATTERY

DISCARD ULB BATTERY

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE ULB

321100-01-1

MAIN LANDING GEAR

ALL

ALL

MAIN LANDING GEAR

17000 FC OR

10 YEARS

ALL

REMOVE MAIN GEAR FOR RESTORATION


NOTE: - RESTORATION TO BE
PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH AIRBUS APPROVED VENDOR SB

321100-02-1

HYDRAULIC FUSE

ALL

71178-2

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF MLG BOGIE


BEAM PITCH TRIMMER
CONTROL MANIFOLD HYDRAULIC FUSE
(OFF AIRCRAFT).

10 YE

ALL

321100-02-1

HYDRAULIC FUSE

ALL

71179-2

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF MLG BOGIE


BEAM PITCH TRIMMER
CONTROL MANIFOLD HYDRAULIC FUSE
(OFF AIRCRAFT).

10 YE

ALL

AMS A330 I10 A01

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
322100-02-1

COMPONENT
NOSE GEAR

applicable P/N
ALL

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)
ALL

DESCRIPTION

100%
INTERVAL

CMM

NOSE GEAR

17000 FC OR

10 YEARS

APPLICABILITY
ALL

REMOVE NOSE GEAR FOR RESTORATION


NOTE: - RESTORATION TO BE
PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH AIRBUS APPROVED VENDOR SB

351141-01-1

351200-06-1

OXYGEN CYLINDER

PRESSURE REDUCER TRANSMITTER

897-SERIES

89794015 CREW OXYGEN

ALL

35-21-93

EVERY 5 YEARS:
PERFORM A HYDROSTATIC TEST

ALL

REMOVE OXYGEN CYLINDER FOR


HYDROSTATIC TEST AND
FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF OXYGEN
CYLINDER PRESSURE GAUGE.

MAX. SERVICE LIFE:


15 YEARS

CREW OXYGEN

72 MO

ALL

72 MO

ALL

72 MO

ALL

15 YE

ALL (PASSENGER
OXYGEN (
CHEMICAL ))

no

10 YE

ALL

35-30-02

10 YE

ALL

35-10-25

10 YE

ALL

REMOVE PRESSURE REDUCER


TRANSMITTER FOR FUNCTIONAL
CHECK (IN WORKSHOP).
RCF6708
351315-01-1

OXYGEN MASK REGULATOR

ALL

CREW OXYGEN MASK REGULATOR


REMOVE OXYGEN MASK REGULATOR FOR
FUNCTIONAL CHECK
MF10-05-11

351315-01-1

OXYGEN MASK REGULATOR

ALL

CREW OXYGEN MASK REGULATOR


REMOVE OXYGEN MASK REGULATOR FOR
FUNCTIONAL CHECK

352142-01-1

OXYGEN GENERATORS

ALL

MF20-534
ALL

PASSENGER OXYGEN (CHEMICAL)


DISCARD CHEMICAL OXYGEN
GENERATORS

353150-01-1

SMOKE HOOD

119003-11
E28180-XX
15-40F-11

119003-11

FLIGHT CREW PORTABLE BREATHING


EQUIPT
DISCARD PROTECTIVE BREATHING
EQUIPMENT

353150-01-1

SMOKE HOOD

15-40F-11

15-40F11

FLIGHT CREW PORTABLE BREATHING


EQUIPT
DISCARD PROTECTIVE BREATHING
EQUIPMENT

353150-01-1

SMOKE HOOD

E28180-XX

FLIGHT CREW PORTABLE BREATHING


EQUIPT
DISCARD PROTECTIVE BREATHING
EQUIPMENT
E28180-10

AMS A330 I10 A01

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
353150-01-1

COMPONENT
SMOKE HOOD

applicable P/N

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)

E28180-XX

DESCRIPTION
FLIGHT CREW PORTABLE BREATHING
EQUIPT

100%
INTERVAL

CMM

APPLICABILITY

35-10-25

10 YE

ALL

35-35-52

EVERY 5 YEARS:
PERFORM A HYDROSTATIC TEST
OVERHAUL

ALL

DISCARD PROTECTIVE BREATHING


EQUIPMENT
E28180-20-0001
353200-07-1

PORTABLE OXYGEN CYLINDER

3552 SERIES

PORTABLE OXYGEN
REMOVE PORTABLE OXYGEN CYLINDER
ASSEMBLY FOR
HYDROSTATIC TEST INCLUDING
FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF
OXYGEN REGULATOR (IN WORKSHOP).

SERVICE LIFE: 15 YEARS

3552AAAEAACXCD
353200-07-1

PORTABLE OXYGEN CYLINDER

3552 SERIES

PORTABLE OXYGEN

35-35-52

REMOVE PORTABLE OXYGEN CYLINDER


ASSEMBLY FOR
HYDROSTATIC TEST INCLUDING
FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF
OXYGEN REGULATOR (IN WORKSHOP).

EVERY 5 YEARS:
PERFORM A HYDROSTATIC TEST
OVERHAUL

ALL

SERVICE LIFE: 15 YEARS

3552AAADAACXCD

353200-07-1

PORTABLE OXYGEN CYLINDER

9700-SERIES
9800-SERIES

PORTABLE OXYGEN CYLINDER

35-31-55

ALL
EVERY 5 YEARS:
PERFORM AN OVERHAUL FOR
THE 9700-X SERIES AND 80366801
INCLUDING HYDROSTATIC TEST

35-31-55

ALL
EVERY 5 YEARS:
PERFORM AN OVERHAUL FOR
THE 9700-X SERIES AND 80366801
INCLUDING HYDROSTATIC TEST

35-31-55

ALL
EVERY 5 YEARS:
PERFORM AN OVERHAUL FOR
THE 9700-X SERIES AND 80366801
INCLUDING HYDROSTATIC TEST

no

10 YE

ALL

35-30-02

10 YE

ALL

REMOVE OXYGEN CYLINDER FOR


HYDROSTATIC TEST (IN
WORKSHOP).

9700-C1A-BF23B

353200-07-1

PORTABLE OXYGEN CYLINDER

9700-SERIES
9800-SERIES

PORTABLE OXYGEN CYLINDER


REMOVE OXYGEN CYLINDER FOR
HYDROSTATIC TEST (IN
WORKSHOP).

9700-A1A-BF23B

353200-07-1

PORTABLE OXYGEN CYLINDER

9700-SERIES
9800-SERIES

PORTABLE OXYGEN CYLINDER


REMOVE OXYGEN CYLINDER FOR
HYDROSTATIC TEST (IN
WORKSHOP).

353250-01-1

SMOKE HOOD

119003-11
E28180-XX
15-40F-11

9700-C1A-BF23A
119003-11

FLIGHT CREW PORTABLE BREATHING


EQUIPT
DISCARD PROTECTIVE BREATHING
EQUIPMENT

353250-01-1

SMOKE HOOD

15-40F-11

15-40F11

FLIGHT CREW PORTABLE BREATHING


EQUIPT
DISCARD PROTECTIVE BREATHING
EQUIPMENT

AMS A330 I10 A01

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER
353250-01-1

COMPONENT
SMOKE HOOD

applicable P/N

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)

E28180-XX

DESCRIPTION
FLIGHT CREW PORTABLE BREATHING
EQUIPT

100%
INTERVAL

CMM

APPLICABILITY

35-10-25

10 YE

ALL

35-10-25

10 YE

ALL

DISCARD PROTECTIVE BREATHING


EQUIPMENT
E28180-10
353250-01-1

SMOKE HOOD

E28180-XX

FLIGHT CREW PORTABLE BREATHING


EQUIPT
DISCARD PROTECTIVE BREATHING
EQUIPMENT

712101-03-1

FORWARD ENGINE MOUNT

ALL

E28180-20-0001
ALL

712106-01-1

FORWARD ENGINE MOUNT

ALL

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF FORWARD


ENGINE MOUNT.

SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF


FORWARD ENGINE MOUNT.

712204-02-1

AFT ENGINE MOUNT

ALL

723100-P3-1

LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR GROUP

ALL

ALL

TASK SHOULD BE DONE AT THE


OPPORTUNITY OF ENGINE SHOP
VISIT, BUT NOT EXCEED
"12 YE"

TASK SHOULD BE DONE AT THE


OPPORTUNITY OF ENGINE SHOP
VISIT, BUT NOT EXCEED
"8000 FC
OR
52000 FH"

DETAILED INSPECTION OF AFT


ENGINE MOUNT FAIL-SAFE
LINK

TASK SHOULD BE DONE AT THE


OPPORTUNITY OF ENGINE SHOP
VISIT, BUT NOT EXCEED
"8000 FC
OR
52000 FH"

LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR GROUP

REFER TO ENGINE MANUAL

ALL

REFER TO ENGINE MANUAL

ALL

REFER TO ENGINE MANUAL

ALL

REFER TO ENGINE MANUAL

ALL

REFER TO ENGINE MANUAL

ALL

DISCARD FAN HUB AND LPC DRUM


ROTOR

723200-P1-1

LPC / LPT COUPLING GROUP

ALL

723500-P1-1

HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSOR (HPC) ALL

LPC / LPT COUPLING GROUP


DISCARD LPC/LPT COUPLING
HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSOR (HPC)
DISCARD LIFE LIMITED PARTS OF HP
COMPRESSOR

725200-P2-1

HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE GROUP

ALL

HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE GROUP


DISCARD LIFE LIMITED PARTS OF HP
TURBINE

725300-P1-1

LOW PRESSURE TURBINE GROUP

ALL

LOW PRESSURE TURBINE GROUP


DISCARD LIFE LIMITED PARTS OF LP
TURBINE

AMS A330 I10 A01

TIME CONTROLLED ITEM TASK NUMBER AND COMPONENT PART NUMBER CROSS REFERENCE
Refer to the AMS/CMM for threshold.
For next scheduled removal: Refer to the certificate released to service of Component and related CMM. In case the Certificate of released to service of Component not available or not
mention, refer to the table below.
TASK
NUMBER

COMPONENT

applicable P/N

VNA PART NUMBER


(for reference only)

DESCRIPTION

100%
INTERVAL

CMM

APPLICABILITY

AM-256233-00

SURVIVAL KIT

ALL

4A3870-5

REPLACEMENT SURVIVAL KIT


AND REVERSE
OSMOSIS PUMP OVERHAUL

ITEMS

3 YEARS

ALL

AM-256233-00

SURVIVAL KIT

ALL

4A3870-6

REPLACEMENT SURVIVAL KIT


AND REVERSE
OSMOSIS PUMP OVERHAUL

ITEMS

3 YEARS

ALL

344100-01-1

RADOME

A9232060600700

A9232060600700

53-51-11
REMOVE RADOME FOR RADIO
ELECTRICAL TEST
NOTE: TASK APPLICABLE FOR A/C
POST 44754 (34-3092) AND
INSTALL KELVAR
RADOME
+ A/C POST 44754 (34-3092):
MSN 294; 299; 943; 962; 1019;
1256; 1266
+ RADOME KELVAR P/N:
A9232060600700

30 MONTHS

294, 299,
943,946,962,
1019, 1256, 1266
AND INSTALL
KELVA RADOME

ALL

262300-05-1

PRESSURE REDUCER

D41428
ALL

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF PRESSURE


REDUCER
(P/N: D41428; P/N E61751-00-0001)
NOTE: P/N D41428 LIFE LIMIT 20 YE

ALL

26-20-10

14000 FH
ALL

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF PRESSURE


REDUCER
(P/N: D41428; P/N E61751-00-0001)

262300-05-1
292400-04-1

PRESSURE REDUCER
RAM AIR TURBINE

ALL

E61751-00-0001
ALL

470000-02-1

AIR SEPARATOR MODULES.

ALL

272400-05-2

RUDDER SERVO CONTROL

272400-05-2

26-20-10

14000 FH

REMOVAL OF RAM AIR TURBINE (RAT)


FOR OVERHAUL.

ALL

ALL

DISCARD AIR SEPARATOR MODULE

1256; 1266

ALL

31110-120

REMOVE RUDDER SERVO CONTROL FOR


WORKSHOP CHECK OF
INTERNAL SEALS

33 000 FH

275, 294, 299,


366

RUDDER SERVO CONTROL

ALL

31110-080

REMOVE RUDDER SERVO CONTROL FOR


WORKSHOP CHECK OF
INTERNAL SEALS

33 000 FH

275, 294, 299,


366

262100-10-1A

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

ALL

ALL

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK

5 YE

ALL

256500-01-1VNA

FLASH LIGHT BATTERY

ALL

Replace EMERGENCY FLASHLIGHT


BATTERIES at manufacturer's
recommendation.
NOTE: FOR SUPPLIER DME CORP:
SHELF LIFE 4YE

NT

ALL

ALL

AMS A330 I10 A01

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

21

AIR CONDITIONING / PRESSURIZATION

Task Number

Zone

213100-09-1

210
270

Task Title

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING

Task
code

RS

REMOVE SAFETY VALVE FOR RESTORATION.


PREP. : ACCESS THROUGH PANEL OF REAR GALLEY;
NOTE: TASK COMPONENT RELATED
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS

Threshold
Interval

50 000 FH

12 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 213152-920-801

ALL

AMM 215153-280-801

ALL

AMM 215200-100-801
SIL 21-092

ALL

AMM 215800-200-801

1256

Check : PCI

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

2 AF
190

215000-07-1

AIR COOLING TEMPERATURE CONTROL

REM

20 000 FH

Check : PCI

REMOVE OZONE CONVERTER FOR FUNCTIONAL CHECK


NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
191
192

215200-01-1

REM

AIR CONDITIONING
REMOVE REHEATER AND CONDENSER FOR CLEANING AND
LEAKAGE CHECK IN SHOP.
NOTE: TASK COMPONENT RELATED
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

20 000 FH

42 MO

Check : PCI

Access panels :

192PB

193DB

Total access time :

4.48 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
190

215800-01-1

CONDITIONNED SERVICE AIR SYSTEM


REMOVE CSAS OZONE CONVERTER FOR CLEANING.

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

RFC

6 000 FH

1266

Check : PCI

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ATA

: 21

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

21

AIR CONDITIONING / PRESSURIZATION

Task Number

Zone

215800-02-1

190

Task Title

CONDITIONNED SERVICE AIR SYSTEM


REMOVE CSAS HEAT EXCHANGER FOR CLEANING.

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Task
code

RFC

Threshold
Interval

12 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 215800-100-801

Eff
1256
1266

Check : PCI

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: 21

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CHAPTER :

23

COMMUNICATI0NS

Task Number

Zone

237135-01-1

160

Task Title

Task
code

DIS

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER

Threshold
Interval

6 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 237135-920-801

ALL

AMM 237100-710-804

ALL

Check : PCI

DISCARD ULB BATTERY


NOTE : DATASONIC P/N :
HONEYWELL P/N :
ULB BATTERY P/N:
P/N:

ELP362D
980-6022-001
DK120
DK100
266-E0305-00
NOTE: NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK
Access panels :

162TW

823

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

2 RA
160

237135-02-1

OP

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE ULB
NOTE :
CVR P/N: S200-0012-00
CVR P/N: 2100-102X-( )
APPLICABLE TO ULB P/N: DK100; DK120
REFER TO CROSS REFERENCE IN CHAPER 3 AMS A330 FOR DETAIL.

2 YE

Check : A04

Access panels :

162TW

823

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 AV

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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ATA

: 23

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

24

ELECTRICAL POWER

Task Number

Zone

242100-14-1

412
422

Task
code

Task Title

CLN

INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

See note

AMM 242100-100-801

ALL

AMM 243851-280-801
SIL 24-062

ALL

References

Eff

Check : 4C

CLEAN (IN SHOP) INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR OIL


COOLERS.
NOTE: TASK SHOULD BE ACCOMPLISHED AT OPPORTUNITY OF
ENGINE SHOP VISIT.
NOTE: OFF A/C TASK
PREP. : REMOVE IDG OIL COOLERS Z412;
REMOVE IDG OIL COOLERS Z422;
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

415BL
428AR

416BR

Total access time :

417AL

418AR

425BL

426BR

427AL

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1 ENG
120

243851-01-1

0.00 MHrs
REM

DC GENERATION
REMOVE BATTERIES 1 AND 2 FOR RESTORATION
NOTE: CMP TASK

1 YE

Check : PCI

Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 EL

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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ATA

: 24

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CHAPTER :

24

ELECTRICAL POWER

Task Number

Zone

243851-02-1

120

Task Title

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

REM

1 000 FH

REMOVE BATTERIES 1 AND 2 FOR CHECK IN WORKSHOP


P/N: 4059 EVERY 1000 OH (800 FH): CHARGE BATTERY, ADJUST ELECTROLYTE LEVEL.
EVERY 2000OH (1600 FH) OR 6 MOUNTH: CAPACITY CHECK, ADJUST
ELECTROLYTE LEVEL
EVERY YEAR: BATTERY OVERHAUL
P/N: 405CH EVERY 3000 OPERATING HOURS (2400 FH): PERFORM A REGULAR CHECK
INCL PERIODICAL CHECK, CAPACITY CHECK, ADJUST ELECTROLYTE LEVEL.
EVERY YEAR: BATTERY OVERHAUL
NOTE:NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK

6 MO

BATTERY DC GENERATION

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 243851-280-802
SIL 24-062

ALL

AMM 243852-280-801
CMP 24-2-0000-007
SIL 24-062

ALL

Check : PCI

Access panels :

132AZ
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 EL
160

243852-01-2

REM

DC GENERATION(APU)
REMOVE BATTERY 3 (APU) FOR RESTORATION
NOTE: CMP TASK

1 YE

Check : PCI

Access panels :

162KW

162RW

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 EL

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Date

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ELECTRICAL POWER

Task Number

Zone

243852-02-2

160

Task Title

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

CHK

1 000 FH

REMOVE BATTERY 3 FOR CHECK IN WORKSHOP


P/N: 4059 EVERY 1000 OH (800 FH): CHARGE BATTERY, ADJUST ELECTROLYTE LEVEL.
EVERY 2000OH (1600 FH) OR 6 MOUNTH: CAPACITY CHECK, ADJUST
ELECTROLYTE LEVEL
EVERY YEAR: BATTERY OVERHAUL
P/N: 405CH EVERY 3000 OPERATING HOURS (2400 FH): PERFORM A REGULAR CHECK
INCL PERIODICAL CHECK, CAPACITY CHECK, ADJUST ELECTROLYTE LEVEL.
EVERY YEAR: BATTERY OVERHAUL
NOTE:NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK

6 MO

DC GENERATION(APU)

References

Ctrl

AMM 243852-280-801
SIL 24-062

Check : PCI

Access panels :

162KW

162RW

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 EL

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Date

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01/12/2013

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CHAPTER :

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EQUIPEMENT & FURNISHING

Task Number

Zone

AM-256233-00

100

Task Title

RAR

SURVIVAL KIT
REPLACEMENT SURVIVAL KIT
OSMOSIS PUMP OVERHAUL

831
832
833
834
841
842
843
844

256241-01-1

Task
code

3 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff
ALL

Check : PCI

ITEMS AND REVERSE

FUC

CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES

Threshold
Interval

3 YE

AMM 256200-780-801

ALL

AMM 256200-280-801

ALL

See note
Check : PCI

REMOVE SLIDE/RAFT BOTTLE FOR HYDROSTATIC TEST


NOTE: NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT
P/N: 5A3274-XX
4A3598-XX
NOTE: THE SERVICE LIFE IS 15 YEARs
Skills :

16.00 MHrs

1 AF
831
832
833
834
841
842
843
844

256241-02-1

REM

CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES


REMOVE SLIDE/RAFT FOR RESTORATION
NOTE: NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT
P/N: 7A1509-XXX
7A1539-XXX
7A1508-XXX
7A1510-XXX
NOTE: SEE CROSS REFFERENCE & RELATED CMM FOR MORE DETAIL

3 YE

Check : PCI

Skills :

16.00 MHrs

1 AF

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EQUIPEMENT & FURNISHING

Task Number

Zone

256241-03-1

000
200

Task Title

Task
code

OP

CABIN ESCAPE FACILITIES

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF SLIDE/RAFT DEPLOYMENT


NOTE:NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT
Operationally check the slide/raft in accordance with the following
schedule:
FWD Passenger/Crew Door 1 36 MTHS
MID Passenger/Crew Door 1 36 MTHS
AFT Passenger/Crew Door 1 36 MTHS
Ower Wing Door
1 36 MTHS
Emergency Exit
1 36 MTHS
Checks may be performed on either side and do not all have to be performed
on the same aircraft.

Threshold
Interval

36 MO

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 256200-710-801

ALL

See note
Check : PCI

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 AF
N

256500-01-1VNA

200

MISCELLANEOUS EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT

DIS

Check : PCI

AMM 25-65-00PB001

ALL

FUC

AMM 256532-720-801

ALL

Replace EMERGENCY FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES at manufacturer's


recommendation.
NOTE: FOR SUPPLIER DME CORP .SHELF LIFE 4YE
200

256532-01-1

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER-PORTABLE


REMOVE EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER FOR FUNCTIONAL CHECK
NOTE: IF PORTABLE ELT INSTALLED
NOTE: TASK COMPONENT RELATED
P/N: 1151324-1
P/N: 607690-5; 01N65920; S1823502-05
NOTE : REFER TO CROSS REFERENCE IN SECTION 3
FOR THRESHOLD AND INTERVAL.

5 YE

Check : PCI

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 CA
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EQUIPEMENT & FURNISHING

Task Number

Zone

256535-02-1

200

Task Title

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER

Task
code

DIS

Threshold
Interval

4 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 256500-720-803

ALL

AMM 256500-720-803

ALL

AMM 256500-720-803

ALL

Check : PCI

REMOVE AUTOMATIC FIXED EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER


(ELT(AF)) FOR RESTORATION IN WORKSHOP INCLUDING
BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND CHECK OF AUTOMATIC ELT
ACTIVATION.
EVERY 4 YEARS: REPLACE BOTH BATTERY PACKS
NOTE: P/N: ELT96A2560000000
NOTE:NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

2 RA
256535-02-1A

200

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER

DIS

200

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER


REMOVE AUTOMATIC FIXED EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER
(ELT(AF)) FOR RESTORATION IN WORKSHOP INCLUDING
BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND CHECK OF AUTOMATIC ELT
ACTIVATION.
EVERY 5 YEARS:PERFORM BATTERY INTEGRITY TEST/REPLACEMENT
NOTE: P/N: 01N6590()
NOTE:NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK

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Date

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Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

6 YE

Check : PCI

REMOVE AUTOMATIC FIXED EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER


(ELT(AF)) FOR RESTORATION IN WORKSHOP INCLUDING
BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND CHECK OF AUTOMATIC ELT
ACTIVATION.
NOTE: P/N: S1820502-XX
NOTE:NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK
256535-02-1B

DIS

5 YE

Check : PCI

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EQUIPEMENT & FURNISHING

Task Number

Zone

256551-01-1

200

Task Title

Task
code

DIS

MEGAPHONE

Threshold
Interval

1 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 256551-920-801

ALL

AMM 256652/4
AMT 256652-920-801
MRB MRB9

ALL

Check : PCI

DISCARD MEGAPHONE BATTERIES


NOTE : FEDERAL SIGNAL P/N : A12SA
NOTE : NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT
Skills :

0.12 MHrs

1 CA
200

256652-01-1

REM

LIFE VESTS
RESTORATION OF LIFE VESTS
NOTE : AIR CRUISERS (CREW)
(PAX)

P/N : P0723E-XXX
P/N : P0723-XXX
P/N : P0640-XXX
NOTE : REFER TO TIME CONTROL ITEM LIST IN SECTION 3
FOR THRESHOLD AND INTERVAL.
NOTE: NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT

Check : PCI

Skills :

5.88 MHrs

1 CA

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262100-10-1

450
460

Task Title

Task
code

FUC

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Threshold
Interval

10 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 262141-200-805

ALL

AMM 262100-040-808

ALL

AMM 262141-920-803

ALL

See note

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR HYDROSTATIC TEST AND CHECK OF


PRESSURE SWITCH SETTING
NOTE : PACIFIC SCIENTIFIC CO P/N : 34600028-1
NOTE: NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK

Check : PCI

Access panels :

453CL

453CR

Total access time :

463CL
463CR
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AV
262100-10-1A

262100-15-1

450
460

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

450
460

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

FUC

See note

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK


NOTE : PACIFIC SCIENTIFIC CO P/N : 34600028-1
NOTE: NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK
DIS

DISCARD CARTRIDGE
NOTE : PACIFIC SCIENTIFIC CO P/N : 34600028-1
CARTRIDGE P/N:30903899
NOTE: NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK

5 YE

10 YE

Check : PCI

Access panels :

453CL

453CR

Total access time :

463CL
463CR
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262241-01-1

310

Task Title

Task
code

FUC

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Threshold
Interval

10 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 262241-280-802

ALL

AMM 262241-280-801

ALL

AMM 262241-280-803
CMP 26-2-0000-003

ALL

See note

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR HYDROSTATIC TEST AND CHECK OF


PRESSURE SWITCH SETTING
NOTE: NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK
NOTE: P/N 33600005-3
472412-1

Check : PCI

Access panels :

313AL
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AV
262241-01-1A

310

FUC

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

310

Check : PCI

FUC

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING


FUNCTIONAL TEST OF APU FIRE EXTINGUISHER PRESSURE
SWITCH SETTING
NOTE : CMP TASK

5 YE
See note

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK


NOTE: NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK
NOTE: P/N 33600005-3
472412-1
262241-03-1

72 MO

Check : PCI

Access panels :

313AL
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AV
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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262242-01-1

310

Task Title

Task
code

DIS

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Threshold
Interval

10 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 262242-920-801

ALL

AMM 262300-720-803
CMR 262300-00001-1-C

ALL

Check : PCI

DISCARD CARTRIDGE
CARTRIDGE P/N: 30903898; 446203
Access panels :

313AL
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AV
130

262300-05-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT FIRE EXTING


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF PRESSURE REDUCER
(P/N: D41428; P/N E61751-00-0001)
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
NOTE: P/N D41428 LIFE LIMIT IS 20 YEARS.

FUC

14 000 FH

Check : PCI

Access panels :

132SW

821

Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

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01/12/2013

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262341-01-1

132

Task Title

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT FIREX

Task
code

FUC

Threshold
Interval

10 000 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 262341-280-801

ALL

AMM 262341-280-802

ALL

Check : PCI

REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK


NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Access panels :

132SW

821

Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AV
132

262341-02-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT FIREX


REMOVE BOTTLE FOR HYDROSTATIC TEST
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
NOTE:
P/N: 472931-X
472625-X

FUC

10 YE
See note

Check : PCI

Access panels :

132SW

821

Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

1.50 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262343-01-1

130

Task Title

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT FIRE EXTING

Task
code

DIS

Threshold
Interval

10 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 262342-920-801

ALL

AMM 262400-280-801

ALL

Check : PCI

DISCARD CARTRIDGE UNIT


NOTE : P/N : 446203, M446203, 30903899
NOTE: NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Access panels :

132SW

821

Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AV
120
200

262400-01-1

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

FUC

Check : PCI

REMOVE BOTTLES FOR WEIGHT CHECK


NOTE: P/N BA51015 SERIES
EVERY 12 MONTHS: PERFORM A CHECK IAW CMM 26-20-30
INCLUDING WEIGHT CHECK.
COTAINER LIFE: 10 YEARS
NOTE: P/N 74-20 74-00 76-00
EVERY 2 YEARS: PERFORM AN INSPECTION IAW CMM 26-24-05
P/N BA21741-XXX-X COTAINER LIFE: 10 YEARS
EVERY YEAR: PREFORM INSPECTION AND A WEIGHT CHECK IF FIRE
EXTINGUISHER WITHOUT PRESSURE GAUGE IS INSTALLED
Skills :

0.13 MHrs

1 AV

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01/12/2013

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262400-02-1

200

Task Title

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

Task
code

FUC

Threshold
Interval

10 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 262400-280-802

ALL

AMM 262500-280-804

ALL

See note

REMOVE BOTTLES FOR HYDROSTATIC TEST


NOTE: P/N 74-20; 74-00
BA21741XX-X; BA51015 SERIES
EVERY 10 YEARS:PERFORM A HYDROSTATIC TEST
(VENDOR RECOMMENDATION IS TO REPLACE THE EXTINGUISHER)
NOTE:NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK

Check : PCI

Skills :

0.13 MHrs

1 AV
200

262541-01-1

LAVATORY FIRE EXTINGUISHING


REMOVE BOTTLE FOR WEIGHT CHECK

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

FUC

72 MO

Check : PCI

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

272149-01-1

325

Task Title

Task
code

OP

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL


REMOVE SERVO CONTROL ACTUATING SPRING ROD FOR
WORKSHOP CHECK
NOTE: RII TASK

Threshold
Interval

20 000 FH

42 MO

References

Ctrl

AMM 272149-200-801

Eff
275
294
299

Check : PCI

366

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
325

272400-05-2

REM

RUDDER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION


REMOVE RUDDER SERVO CONTROL FOR WORKSHOP CHECK OF
INTERNAL SEALS
NOTE: RII TASK

33 000 FH

Check : PCI

AMM 272451-200-801
CMR 272400-00001-2-C

325DR

Total access time :

325EL

325GR

366

325JR

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

3.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

294
299

Access panels :

325CR

275

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

275117-01-1

212

Task Title

Task
code

REM

FLAPS
REMOVE CSU FOR WORKSHOP CHECK OF FRICTION BRAKE
PREP. : MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z531;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z532;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z533;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z534;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z631;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z632;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z633;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z634;

Threshold
Interval

12 YE

References

Ctrl

AMM 275117-280-801

Check : PCI

Access panels :

114VU
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.25 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

29

HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

291100-05-1

326

Task Title

GREEN MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

Task
code

FUC

Threshold
Interval

6 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 291146-750-801

ALL

AMM 291148-750-801

ALL

Check : PCI

REMOVE FIN HYDRAULIC FUSE FOR WORKSHOP CHECK


PREP. : VALVE
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
500
600

291100-06-1

GREEN MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER


REMOVE WING HYDRAULIC FUSES FOR WORKSHOP CHECK
PREP. : VALVE
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

FUC

6 YE

Check : PCI

Access panels :

575BB

675BB

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

31

INDICATING & RECORDING SYSTEMS

Task Number

Zone

313300-01-1

312

Task Title

DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING SYSTEM


DISCARD ULB BATTERY
NOTE : DUKANE P/N : DK100-DK120
HONEYWELL P/N : 980-4700-042
266-E0305-00
NOTE:NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK

Task
code

DIS

Threshold
Interval

6 YE

References

Ctrl

AMM 313355-920-801

Check : PCI

Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

32

LANDING GEAR

Task Number

Zone

321100-01-1

731
741

Task Title

Task
code

REM

MAIN LANDING GEAR


RESTORATION OF MAIN GEAR
REFER TO AD 2008-0152
NOTE: RII TASK

Threshold
Interval

17 000 CY

10 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 321111-920-801

ALL

See note
Check : PCI

Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

96.00 MHrs

4 AF
R

731
741

321100-02-1

MAIN GEAR
FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF MLG BOGIE BEAM PITCH TRIMMER
CONTROL MANIFOLD HYDRAULIC FUSE (OFF AIRCRAFT).

REM
OP

10 YE

AMM 321100-720-802

ALL

REM

17 000 CY

AMM 322111-920-801

ALL

10 YE

Skills :

2.66 MHrs

1 AF
711

322100-02-1

NOSE GEAR
REMOVE NOSE GEAR FOR RESTORATION
NOTE: - RESTORATION TO BE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH AIRBUS APPROVED MESSIER-DOWTY SB
D23581-32-051
NOTE: RII TASK

See note
Check : PCI

Skills :

8.00 MHrs

2 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

34

NAVIGATION

Task Number

Zone

344100-01-1

110

Task Title

WEATHER RADAR SYSTEM

Task
code

CHK

Threshold
Interval

30 MO

References

Ctrl

AMM 531511-760-802

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

294
299

Check : PCI
REMOVE RADOME FOR RADIO ELECTRICAL TEST
NOTE: TASK APPLICABLE FOR A/C POST 44754 (34-3092; 34-3236) AND INSTALL
KELVAR
RADOME
+ A/C POST 44754 (34-3092;34-3236 ): MSN 294; 299; 943; 962; 1019; 1256;
1266; 946
+ RADOME KELVAR P/N: A9232060600700

Issue No

Eff

943
946
962
1019
1256
1266

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CHAPTER :

35

OXYGEN

Task Number

Zone

351141-01-1

121

Task Title

Task
code

FUC

CREW OXYGEN

Threshold
Interval

5 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 351141-750-801

ALL

AMM 351315-920-801

ALL

AMM 351241-720-801

ALL

See note

REMOVE OXYGEN CYLINDER FOR HYDROSTATIC TEST AND


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF OXYGEN CYLINDER PRESSURE GAUGE.
NOTE: TASK COMPONENT RELATED P/N: 897-SERIES
EVERY 5 YEARS:PERFORM A HYDROSTATIC TEST
MAX. SERVICE LIFE: 15 YEARS
NOTE:NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK

Check : PCI

Access panels :

811
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
122

351200-06-1

FUC

CREW OXYGEN

72 MO

Check : PCI

REMOVE PRESSURE REDUCER TRANSMITTER FOR FUNCTIONAL


CHECK (IN WORKSHOP).
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
210

351315-01-1

CREW OXYGEN MASK REGULATOR


REMOVE OXYGEN MASK REGULATOR FOR FUNCTIONAL CHECK
PREP. : REGULATORS
NOTE:NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK

FUC

72 MO

Check : PCI

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

35

OXYGEN

Task Number

Zone

352142-01-1

200

Task Title

PASSENGER OXYGEN (CHEMICAL)

Task
code

DIS

Threshold
Interval

15 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 352142-920-801

ALL

AMM 353152-920-801

ALL

AMM 353242-780-804

ALL

Check : PCI

DISCARD CHEMICAL OXYGEN GENERATORS


NOTE : DRAEGERWERK P/N : E63420-00
NOTE:NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK
Skills :

17.40 MHrs

1 AF
210

353150-01-1

FLIGHT CREW PORTABLE BREATHING EQUIPT

DIS

10 YE

Check : PCI

DISCARD PROTECTIVE BREATHING EQUIPMENT


NOTE:
P/N : 119003-11
P/N : E28180-XX
P/N : 15-40F11
NOTE: NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
200

353200-07-1

PORTABLE OXYGEN
REMOVE PORTABLE OXYGEN CYLINDER ASSEMBLY FOR
HYDROSTATIC TEST INCLUDING FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF
OXYGEN REGULATOR (IN WORKSHOP).
NOTE: P/N 3552 SERIES
EVERY 5 YEARS:PERFORM A HYDROSTATIC TEST, AND OVERHAUL
SERVICE LIFE: 15 YEARS

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OXYGEN

Task Number

Zone

353250-01-1

200

Task Title

CABIN ATTENDANTS PORTABLE BREATHING EQ


DISCARD PROTECTIVE BREATHING EQUIPMENT
NOTE:
P/N : 119003-11
P/N : E28180-XX
P/N : 15-40F11
NOTE: NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT

Task
code

DIS

Threshold
Interval

10 YE

References

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AMM 353252-920-801

Check : PCI

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

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INERT GAS GENERATION SYSTEM

Task Number

Zone

470000-02-1

191

Task Title

INERT GAS SYSTEM


DISCARD AIR SEPARATOR MODULE

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Task
code

DIS

Threshold
Interval

27 000 FH

References

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POWER PLANT - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

712101-03-1

413
423

Task Title

Task
code

DI

MAIN STRUCTURE
DETAILED INSPECTION OF FORWARD ENGINE MOUNT.
TPS : TPS MUST NOT BE APPLIED
PREP. : ENGINE;
FWD ENGINE MOUNT DISASSEMBLED;
note:CPCP
NOTE: RII TASK

Threshold
Interval

12 YE

12 YE

52 000 FH

8 000 FC

52 000 FH

References

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ALL

AMM 712211-220-802

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413
423

712106-01-1

413
423

712204-02-1

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MAIN STRUCTURE

SDI

SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF FORWARD ENGINE MOUNT.


NOTE: TASK SHOULD BE DONE WHEN ENG CHANGE
PREP. : ENGINE
FORWARD ENGINE MOUNT DISASSEMBLED
NOTE: RII TASK

MAIN STRUCTURE
DETAILED INSPECTION OF AFT ENGINE MOUNT FAIL- SAFE
LINK
NOTE: TASK SHOULD BE DONE WHEN ENG CHANGE
NOTE: INSPECTION FOR ACTIVATION OF SECONDARY LOAD
PATH
PREP. : ENGINE MOUNT;
ENGINE;
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8 000 FC

52 000 FH

8 000 CY
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ENGINE

Task Number

Zone

723100-P3-1

410
420

LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR GROUP

410
420

LPC / LPT COUPLING GROUP

410
420

HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSOR

410
420

HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE GROUP

723200-P1-1

723500-P1-1

725200-P2-1

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Date

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Task Title

Task
code

DIS

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

See note

AMM 723100-920-801

ALL

AMM 723200-920-801

ALL

AMM 723500-920-801

ALL

AMM 725200-920-801

ALL

References

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DISCARD FAN HUB AND LPC DRUM ROTOR


INTERVAL NOTE: IAW ENGINE SHOP MANUAL TIME LIMITS
AND A330 AAIP VOL.1 CHAPTER 10.4
NOTE: RII TASK
DIS

See note
Check : PCI

DISCARD LPC/LPT COUPLING


INTERVAL NOTE: IAW ENGINE SHOP MANUAL TIME LIMITS
AND A330 AAIP VOL.1 CHAPTER 10.4
NOTE: RII TASK
DIS

See note
Check : PCI

DISCARD LIFE LIMITED PARTS OF HP COMPRESSOR


INTERVAL NOTE: IAW ENGINE SHOP MANUAL TIME LIMITS
AND A330 AAIP VOL.1 CHAPTER 10.4
NOTE: RII TASK
DIS

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DISCARD LIFE LIMITED PARTS OF HP TURBINE


INTERVAL NOTE: IAW ENGINE SHOP MANUAL TIME LIMITS
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ENGINE

Task Number

Zone

725300-P1-1

410
420

Task Title

LOW PRESSURE TURBINE GROUPP

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

DIS

Check : PCI

References

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AMM 725300-920-801

DISCARD LIFE LIMITED PARTS OF LP TURBINE


INTERVAL NOTE: IAW ENGINE SHOP MANUAL TIME LIMITS
AND A330 AAIP VOL.1 CHAPTER 10.4
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SECTION4

SCHEDULE
AIRCRAFT
MAINTENANCE

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SECTION 4
GENERAL INTRODUCTION
I.

CONTENTS
This Section contents 8 sub-sections:
SYSTEMS_APU_AND_POWERPLANT

Systems and Components (SYS)

Certification Maintenance Requirements (CMR)

Ageing Systems Maintenance (ASM)

Fuel Airworthiness Limitations (FAL)

Fuel saving (ECO)

STRUCTURE

Structure Program (STR)

Airworthiness Limitation Items (ALI)

ZONAL

II.

Zonal Program (ZNL)

REMARK
This Aircraft Maintenance Schedule is printed out from AMASIS.
INTRODUCTION

III.

SYSTEMS_APU_AND_POWERPLANT: (sub-section SYS; CMR; ASM; FAL; ECO) provides


the scheduled maintenance tasks and frequencies for all Systems, Power Plants and Auxiliary
Power Unit.
With respect to the evaluation procedures and the resulting tasks the following is noted:
1. Operational checks were not considered as forming part of Normal Operating Crew
Duties when determining the evident or hidden aspects of functional failures (ref. Policy
and Procedures Handbook (PPH) para 4.4.4.1).
As a result some tasks given in this section may be considered as flight crew tasks in
accordance with Note 5.

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2. This section identifies some tasks with intervals less than A-check. These have been
developed using the MSG-3 process and should be included in routine checks. With the
exception of any task with CMR status, those tasks which are typical for all aircraft types
may be scheduled by the operator in accordance with Regulatory Authority accepted
standard practices, the quoted interval being given for the guidance of operators who do
not have appropriate standards.
3. Cat II/Cat III landing capabilities and RVSM capability are inherent functions of the basic
design standard of the aircraft. Scheduled tasks necessary for these operations have
been considered in the development of this section. Operators should comply with
National Requirements as applicable.
4. Lubrication requirements specified in this MPD do not represent the total lubrication
provisions for the aeroplane. Accordingly, operators should refer to the manufacturers
appropriate maintenance publications for additional lubrication information.
5. During the review of an aircraft system for the purpose of modifying or verifying the
maintenance requirements, the reviewer must be aware that those functions associated
with the ignition prevention features of all systems are identified and analyzed in MSI 2818-00 Ignition Prevention. Any review of an existing MPD task must therefore consider
that it may be necessary to review MPD 281800 in addition to the specific system MSI
identified.
6. Operators should take the opportunity of APU/Power Plant removal and disassembly to
perform "off-wing" inspections and parts/assemblies restoration as per engine shop
manuals. No scheduled basis for these tasks is defined in this MPD.
7. No threshold or opportunity inspection requirements are given for APU/Power Plant.
Manufacturer may recommend such inspections in the event that late development or
early in-service experience would indicate the desirability to examine specific components
of individual engines or APU. If this is necessary, then direct negotiations between
applicable operators and the APU/engine manufacturer will be arranged. Results of these
inspections are to be made available by the manufacturer to other customer airlines as
well as the Regulatory Authorities.
8. Limitations of life limited parts of the APU are controlled and published in GTCP 331-350
(c) Engine Component Maintenance Manual.
9. APU task intervals quoted in terms of APU HRS may be converted to another usage
parameter in accordance with an appropriate conversion factor based on an operator's
specific APU utilization.
10. No recommendation is made for scheduled fuel analysis. Operators who suspect the
quality of their fuel supplies or who operate in an environment known to promote
microbiological growth are recommended to introduce fuel sampling and consider the use
of additives to minimize the potential for such growth.
11. limitations of life limited parts are controlled by the manufacturers and published in the
following documents:
- ALS part 1 Safe Life Airworthiness Limitation Items
- ALS Part 4 Ageing Systems Maintenance
- PW 4000 Engine Shop Manual Chapter 5
12. Tasks approved from Fuel Tank Safety (FTS) Requirements using the criteria established
in Special Federal Aviation Regulation (SFAR88)/ EASA policy statement on the process
for developing instructions for maintenance and inspection of fuel tank system ignition
source prevention; are identified with (SFAR88) in parenthesis following the task

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description in the MPD. This policy has been applied to Systems & Power Plant tasks
listed under ATA 281800 in Section 2.
Operators requesting revisions to the baseline FTS requirements may revise these tasks
and intervals through their normal operator approval process.
13. Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS) tasks derived from the Enhanced Zonal
Analysis Procedure (EZAP) in ATA 20 of Section Systems, Power Plants and Auxiliary
Power Unit and standard zonal tasks with EWIS content are identified by (EWIS) in
parenthesis following the task description in the MPD.
Operators requesting revisions to the EWIS requirements may revise these tasks and
intervals through their normal operator approval process. Tasks indicated with (EWIS)
after the task description must not be deleted from the operator's maintenance program..
14. Tasks arising from the Enhanced Zonal AnalysisProcedure (EZAP), (comprised of GVI
tasks not fully covered by Zonal tasks and DI/RS tasks) are included within ATA chapter
20 of the System and Powerplant section of the MRBR and have no Failure Effect
Category (FEC) quoted. The tasks are identified with (EWIS) following the task
description (see Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS) for further details).
These tasks remain under the responsibility of the Zonal Maintenance Working Group.
NOTE (i): The term EWIS in the task description of ATA 20 tasks includes all electrical
wiring and interconnection systems installations (e.g. cables, conduits, clamps, etc)
NOTE (ii): ATA 20 tasks must not be deleted from the operators maintenance program
NOTE (iii): For advice on cleaning contaminated wiring, refer to the Airbus Electrical
Standard Practices Manual (ESPM) chapter 20-55-20 CLEANING OF WIRES (Airbus).
Note: Operationally check the slide/raft in accordance with the following schedule:
QUANTITY(PER
DOOR/EXIT(RHORLHSIDE) FLEET)
FWDPassenger/CrewDoor
MIDPassenger/CrewDoor
AFTPassenger/CrewDoor
EmergencyExit

1
1
1
1

CHECK
INTERVAL
36MTHS
36MTHS
36MTHS
36MTHS

Checks may be performed on either side and do not all have to be performed on the
same aircraft. As an ongoing continuous maintenance program the operator should
continue the operational check sequence until this schedule has been revised by the
MRB.
Inadvertent deployments may not be used to satisfy the above requirements.
STRUCTURE (STR; ALI):
The purpose of this section is to maintain the continuous airworthiness of the aircraft structure
and to control corrosion to Level 1 or better (refer to CORROSION PREVENTION AND
CONTROL PROGRAM (CPCP) for definition of Level 1 corrosion).
INSPECTION PHILOSOPHY
This section has been developed by considering the following sources of damage:
1. Metallics

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FD) Fatigue Damage


For FD, the damage initiation and subsequent damage growth is primarily dependant on the
ground air ground loading variation, which occurs once per flight. Therefore, flight cycles
(FC) are used as the unit for thresholds and repeat intervals. Some fatigue related SSIs are
also sensitive to flight duration. For these SSIs, a FH limit is stated in addition to the FC limit.
The inspection is to be performed at whichever limit is reached first.
The structure inspection tasks selected for fatigue are derived from damage tolerance
evaluation according to the criteria defined by FAR/JAR 25.571, Amendment 45. The FC and
FH data is based on a combination of calculation, full-scale fatigue test tear down results,
and in-service experience (where available).
(ED) Environmental Deterioration
Since deterioration caused by the environment (e.g. corrosion, stress corrosion) is mainly
time dependant, the maintenance requirements are based on calendar time (Years).
(AD) Accidental Damage
For deterioration caused by accidental damage, it is considered that major damage such as
that caused by bird impact, or ground handling equipment, will be detected by routine
inspections. AD consists of minor damage which could result in fatigue and/or corrosion
damage, and which could propagate undetected. In the analysis, the fatigue and
environmental effects of the accidental damage are considered. A dedicated AD task is not
selected; the AD requirement is consolidated into either the ED or the FD task, or both,
according to the AD consequences. AD is therefore subject to maintenance requirements
expressed in FC (and FH) or calendar time or both.
2. Non-metallics
(AG) Ageing Deterioration
Deterioration caused by ageing considers loading conditions and environmental conditions.
Inspection intervals and thresholds are based on calendar time
(AD) Accidental Damage
Deterioration caused by accidental damage is subject to inspection intervals based on
calendar time
The frequency of inspection is dependant on static strength reduction caused by the selected
damage, combined with the likelihood of the selected damage occurring more than once
during the selected interval.
As this kind of deterioration is random in nature, inspections shall be applied to all aircraft at
each repeat interval without threshold.
INSPECTION LEVELS
According to the analysis procedure, for each Structural Significant Item (SSI), various
inspection levels have been considered with the aim of selecting the lowest inspection level
compatible with the type of damage and the expected damage growth. Therefore, one or
more of the following inspection levels have been selected for each SSI:
General Visual Inspection (GVI)

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Detailed Inspection (DI)


Special Detailed Inspection (SDI)
ZONAL SECTION COMPATIBILITY
When General Visual Inspection (GVI) level has been selected for a particular structure
inspection task in the Structure section of the MRBR, the inspection requirement is
considered adequately covered by the equivalent Zonal (ZIP) tasks which are referenced in
the ZIP reference column. The MRB Report Structure section GVI tasks which have a ZIP
reference are therefore not listed as individual tasks in the MPDas well as in this AMS.
GVI maintenance tasks which are not compatible with the Zonal section are stated in the
MPD as individual tasks. GVI SSI's which also require the addition of Temporary Protection
Systems (TPS) will still be indicated as individual tasks in the Structure section. The TPS
application remains a Structure requirement but the inspection part of the maintenance task
may be covered by the Zonal Inspection
CORROSION PREVENTION AND CONTROL PROGRAM (CPCP)
A. INTRODUCTION
The Structure section includes requirements to control corrosion to Level 1 or better on all
structural details, elements or assemblies whose failure could affect the structural integrity
necessary for the safety of the aircraft
All Corrosion Prevention and Control Program (CPCP) requirements are indicated by the
note 'CPCP' in the task description.
B. CORROSION LEVEL DEFINITIONS
The severity of the corrosion damage is categorized into three 'Levels' as follows:
Level 1 Corrosion
Corrosion damage that does not require structural reinforcement or replacement.
or
Corrosion occurring between successive inspections exceeds allowable limit but is local and
can be attributed to an event not typical of operator usage of other aircraft in the same fleet
(e.g. Mercury spill).
Level 2 Corrosion
Corrosion occurring between successive inspections that requires a single rework/blend out
which exceeds allowable limits as defined by the manufacturer (SRM, SB, etc.), requiring a
repair/reinforcement or complete or partial replacement of applicable structure
Level 3 Corrosion
Corrosion found during first or subsequent inspection(s), which is determined (normally by
the operator) to be an urgent airworthiness concern requiring expeditious action.
C. CPCP RULES
The effectiveness of the CPCP is determined by following the General Rules applicable to
the Structure section and by following the rules listed below:

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Level 1 Corrosion Findings


Should inspections consistently reveal corrosion Level 1 findings for a given area during
repeat inspections on particular aircraft operated in similar conditions, then the existing
program is considered effective for the concerned area, and no change to the program is
necessary.
Level 2 Corrosion Findings
Should inspections reveal that corrosion is Level 2 for a given area during repeat inspections,
then the existing program is not effective for the concerned area of the particular fleet.
In order to control corrosion to Level 1 or better, consideration should be given to one or
more of the following corrective actions:
-

Decreasing the inspection threshold/interval


Considering a higher inspection level
Re considering the Program Concept
Application/More frequent application of Temporary Protection System
Embodiment of preventive modifications, where applicable
Installation of parts with improved protection standard, where applicable

In this way, the program is self regulating and will adjust itself to the optimum program
Level 3 Corrosion Findings
Should inspections reveal that corrosion is Level 3 in a given area, then the existing program
is not effective for the concerned area
In addition to the considerations given for Level 2 corrosion, an action plan calling for a one
time inspection of the concerned area should be expeditiously agreed with the local Aviation
Authority and carried out on all aircraft of a similar age or older.
Airbus may be consulted to determine whether or not the airworthiness is affected. In this
case all details of findings are to be promptly reported for detailed evaluation and the
assistance required clearly expressed.
GENERAL RULES APPLICABLE TO THE STRUCTURE SECTION
1. The Maintenance tasks are to be carried out 'at or before' the limits stated for Sample
Threshold/Interval and 100% Threshold/Interval. Where a task has more than one limit,
e.g. one in FC and another in calendar time, the limit expiring first shall apply.
2. The Threshold is the time at which the maintenance requirement is first due.
- For FC or FH tasks without MOD applicability, the sample thresholds and 100%
thresholds are counted from first flight.
- For FC or FH tasks with MOD applicability, the sample thresholds and 100%
thresholds are counted from point of MOD embodiment, unless otherwise stated. In a
very small number of retrofit mod cases, the fatigue threshold in FC and FH is also
applicable from 1st flight. This is indicated by a note in the tasks concerned
- For tasks in Years, the sample thresholds and 100% thresholds are counted from the
date of initial delivery from the manufacturer, unless otherwise stated (NOTE 8 in
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3. For repeat maintenance tasks, the interval starts at the time of the last maintenance tasks
performed
4. Thresholds and intervals quoted in calendar time in this section include aircraft time in
and out of service. In other words, operators will not, in general, be allowed to take credit
for time out of service or storage periods to extend corrosion inspection intervals.
5. It is assumed that the structure to be inspected is in a state of cleanliness which allows a
satisfactory inspection to be carried out at the required inspection level.
Where existing Temporary Protection System (TPS) permits unobscured assessment of
the condition of the structure, TPS may remain in place for the inspection.
6. If damage is found or suspected (such as bulging skin) then the full extent of any damage
must be clearly identified using appropriate inspection techniques and/or disassembly
when necessary. This may require additional access to that stated for the maintenance
task
All damage is to be evaluated and repaired in accordance with documentation acceptable
to the relevant Airworthiness Authority.
7. If inspections indicate evidence of deterioration, appropriate further actions must be taken
to prevent similar deterioration occurring in the operators fleet.
For corrosion findings refer to Corrosion Prevention and Control Program.
8. The following applies to Temporary Protection System (TPS) application:
Prior to any application of TPS, perform an inspection of the area at the inspection level
for the task quoted in calendar time.
Prior to re fitting/re connecting/re installing parts removed to gain access to the inspection
area, TPS is to be applied to each SSI, as quoted in the TPS column of this Structure
section, at least as frequently as the calendar time thresholds and intervals of the
respective SSI. For SSI's where the FC or FH limit is reached before the calendar time
limit, consideration should be given to application of TPS at the FC or FH limit
The Type of TPS to be applied is provided in the TPS column of the Structure section.
When TPS is only applied to a selected area, details are provided as a note in the
Description column.
Sampling Program tasks do not have TPS selected in the Structure section. If an operator
chooses to apply TPS to a particular SSI for aircraft inspected in accordance with the
Sampling Program, these aircraft are no longer representative of the non-sampled
aircraft. In this case, TPS must be applied to all aircraft in this SSI area, including the
aircraft not selected for sampling. This task then effectively becomes 100% for those
specific aircraft.
CAUTION:
Do not apply TPS on oxygen systems, control cables, pulleys, Teflon bearings and
lubricated surfaces.
Drain valves and all open orifices are to be protected from ingress prior to temporary
protection being applied.
9. The access column may contain one of the following instructions concerning insulation
blankets:
Insulation = Insulation to be removed from the inspection area.
Note 1 = Insulation to be displaced as required to complete the required maintenance
task
10. Ensure wet insulation blankets are dried prior to reinstallation, or replaced with new.
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12. The condition of the paint system should be verified during the inspections. Re protection
should be applied where necessary.
13. The requirements stated in years were determined for an aircraft operated in a moderate
humidity environment and not subjected to corrosive products
Any operators who routinely operate in humid or marine environments and/or carry
corrosive cargo such as seafood, may find that the calendar time maintenance tasks
stated in this MPD are not sufficient to control corrosion to Level 1 or better. Operators in
this category should take appropriate further actions.
14. Operators shall report inspection results related to SSI's to the manufacturer in
accordance with the Maintenance Task Reporting System. Refer to the General
Introduction paragraph 15.
15. Touch and Go" Cycles can be neglected if they are less than 5% of the total number of
Flight Cycles up to threshold inspection or between two consecutive inspections.
Each "Touch and Go" cycle above 5% is to be counted as one Flight Cycle, up to
threshold inspection or between two consecutive inspections.
ZONAL INTRODUCTION
GENERAL
This section provides the General Visual Inspection (GVI) requirements for each aircraft zone to
inspect system, power plant installations and structure for security and general condition.
Inspections are to be accomplished at or before the stated intervals.
The inspections are specified by quoting the relevant zone number, zone description, access
requirements and intervals.
The extent of the inspection is defined by the preparation and access requirements.
The zone is to be inspected as visible with the relevant access open.
There are zones which will require more than one inspection at different intervals, because the
depth at which the zone is to be examined may necessitate differing levels of accessibility.
The inspection tasks in this Zonal section (ZIP) do not provide a complete summary of all
structure and systems items to be inspected in the affected zone. It is therefore considered that
the person performing the inspection has an adequate knowledge of the aircraft construction
and of its system installation.
Any evolution of Zonal Inspection tasks involving an escalation to the inspection task interval
should consider that credit has been taken for many of these tasks providing the most
appropriate opportunity to detect degradation of wiring installations, electrical bonding and
structural corrosion. As a result, operators should consider the need to identify dedicated tasks if
findings suggest that interval escalation might lead to an unacceptable level of deterioration of
these particular features prior to the repeat inspection. This action would allow any ZIP task
interval escalation to proceed while at the same time ensuring that operators do not overlook the
potential impact on EWIS, L/HIRF and structural corrosion issues.
In view of the fact that all zonal tasks contribute to the identification of degradation that, if
ignored, could ultimately lead to a reduction in certification margins, zonal tasks must not be
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Operators shall consider that all Zonal tasks identified with (EWIS) after the task description
are required to support compliance with Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS)
requirements
GVI tasks arising from EZAP Analysis considered notfully covered by the Zonal section and any
nonGVI task arising from the EZAP analysis are included within ATA 20 of the Systems and
Powerplant Section and are identified by (EWIS) after the task description. These dedicated
tasks remain under the responsibility of the Zonal MWG. All ATA 20 tasks are uniquely identified
in the Systems and Powerplant Section with (EWIS) after the task description to prevent the
inadvertent deletion or escalation of dedicated EZAP derived tasks without proper consideration
of associated risk basis for task and interval.
GUIDANCE FOR ACCOMPLISHMENT OF A ZONAL GVI
A Zonal GVI requires a visual examination to detect obvious unsatisfactory conditions and
discrepancies. It shall be performed from within touching distance unless otherwise noted, that
being the distance from the examiners eye to the area/item being inspected.
The tasks inspect:
-

Structure by looking for signs of accidental damage, corrosion, cracks and for general
condition of fasteners.
System installations for proper attachment ,security and general condition
(components, wiring, ducting, tubing, pulleys, bearings, electrical bonding, leaks,
chafing marks etc...).
The general condition of any fairings, panels, or other items which are
removed/opened to gain access to a particular zone.
Condition of L/HIRF (Lightning & High Intensity Radiated Field) protection
For accumulation of any kind of contamination (including potential combustible
material) for EZAP (Enhanced Zonal Analysis Procedure) concerns.

The items in the zone are to be visually inspected from within touching distance where physically
possible unless otherwise specified. A mirror may be necessary to enhance visual access to all
exposed surfaces in the inspection area. The inspection is made under normally available
lighting conditions such as daylight, hangar lighting, flashlight or drop-light and may require
removal or opening of access panels or doors. Access to zones should be easily accomplished
and should not require the use of special tools. Stands, ladders or platforms may be required to
gain proximity to the area being checked.
There is no requirement for equipment removal or displacement unless this is specifically called
for in the access instructions. However, should unsatisfactory conditions be suspected,
additional items may need to be removed or displaced in order to permit proper assessment.
Paint and/or sealant removal is not necessary and should be avoided unless condition is
suspect.
It is expected that the area to be inspected is clean enough to minimise the possibility that
accumulated dirt or grease might hide unsatisfactory conditions. Any cleaning that is considered
necessary should be performed before the Zonal inspection.
In general, the person performing the inspection is expected to identify degradation due to wear,
vibration, moisture, contamination, excessive heat, aging, etc. and make an assessment as to
what actions are appropriate to address the noted discrepancy. In making this assessment, the

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person performing the inspection shall take into account potential influence on adjacent system
installations, particularly if these include wiring.

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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES


TITLE/CHAPTER/ZONE

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AMDT /
ISSUE NO

SYS-08

01/10

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SYS-20

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AMDT /
ISSUE NO

TITLE/CHAPTER/ZONE

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AMDT /
ISSUE NO

01/10

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CHAPTER :

08

LEVELING / WEIGHING

Task Number

Zone

081000-01-1-D

100

Task Title

Task
code

FUC

AIRCRAFT WEIGHING

Threshold
Interval

4 YE

References

Ctrl

AMM 081000-200-801

CARRY OUT AIRCRAFT WEIGHING


Skills :

12.00 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 08 [1 / 1]
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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200001-01-1

522
622

Task Title

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-WING

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

CHK

Check : 4C

AMM 249200-210-801

ALL

CHK

AMM 249200-210-816

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

SECURITY CHECK OF THE FOLLOWING HARNESSES END


FITTINGS, FROM RIB 9 TO RIB 10A :
- 7021VP, 7001VC-A, 7021VC-A, 7025VC-A, 10HA1, LH
SIDE
- 7024VP, 7022VC-A, 7026VC-A, 10HA2, RH SIDE
Access panels :

454BL

464BL

Total access time :

522AB
522BB
1.60 Hrs

622AB

622BB

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 EL
633

200001-03-1

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-WING

36 MO

SECURITY CHECK OF THE FOUR B3 TYPE CONNECTORS LOCATED


ON THE RAT.
Access panels :

811
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.25 MHrs

1 EL

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [1 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200001-04-1

523
623

Task Title

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-WING

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

GVI

Check : 1C

References

Ctrl

AMM 249200-210-804

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF ELEMENTS FITTED ON THE


FOLLOWING HARNESS END FITTINGS FROM WING TIP TO RIB
39 :
- 7621VB, 7623VB, 7625VB, 7627VB, LH SIDE
7622VB, 7622VB, 7626VB, 7628VB, RH SIDE
Access panels :

523NB

535AB

Total access time :

575DB
623NB
3.80 Hrs

635AB

675DB

Skills :

0.80 MHrs

1 EL

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200001-05-1

533
574
633
674

Task
code

Task Title

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-WING

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

36 MO

AMM 249200-210-805

ALL

GVI

36 MO

AMM 249200-210-808

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF ELEMENTS FITTED ON THE


FOLLOWING HARNESSES END FITTINGS, FROM RIB 19 TO RIB
14:
- 7633VB LH SIDE
- 7634VB RH SIDE
PREP. : FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z533;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z633;
FLAPS EXTENDED;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z533;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z633;
Access panels :

533AB
633CB

533CB
674CB

Total access time :

574CB
674DB

574DB
674EB

574EB
674FB

574FB

633AB

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 EL
R

571
671

200001-08-1

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-WING
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF THE FOLLOWING BRAIDED
CONDUIT END FITTINGS, FROM RIB 6 TO FUSELAGE :
- 112QA1-A, 121QA1-A, 122QA1-A, LH SIDE
- 112QA2-A, 121QA2-A, 122QA2-A, RH SIDE
PREP. : FUEL PUMP FAIRINGS Z500;
FUEL PUMP FAIRINGS Z600;
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 EL

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [3 / 34]


ATA

: 20

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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200001-09-1

531
631

Task
code

Task Title

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-WING

Threshold
Interval

GVI

GVI

Check : 4C

36 MO

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 249200-210-821

ALL

AMM 249200-210-819

275

DETAILED INSPECTION OF ELEMENTS FITTED ON THE


FOLLOWING HARNESSES END FITTINGS, FROM RIB 6 TO
FUSELAGE :
- 7633VB, 7645VB, 7651VB, LH SIDE
- 7634VB, 7646VB, 7652VB, RH SIDE
PREP. : FLAPS EXTENDED
Access panels :

531CB
673DB

573BB

Total access time :

573CB

573DB

631CB

673BB

673CB

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 EL
147
148
191
192

200001-14-1

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-WING

294

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF THE FOLLOWING WING PRESSURE SEA


BONDINGS:
3502VP, 3504VP, 3506VP, 3508VP, 3514VP, 3501VP,
3503VP, 3505VP, 3507VP, 3513VP, 3722VP, 3736VP,
3738VP, 3744VP, 3721VP, 3735VP, 3737VP, 3743VP
PREP. : WING FILLET FAIRINGS Z191;
WING FILLET FAIRINGS Z192;

299
366

Access panels :

521AB

621AB

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 EL

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [4 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200002-01-1

310
312

Task Title

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-SECTION 19

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

CHK

Check : 2C

AMM 249200-210809

ALL

FUC

72 MO

AMM 249200-210-866

ALL

FUC

72 MO

AMM 249200-210-867

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

SECURITY CHECK OF THE FOLLOWING HARNESSES END


FITTINGS AT FR.87 :
- 1CS-G, 1CS-H
Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 EL
200002-02-1

200002-03-1

Issue No

Date

315
316

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-SECTION 19

311
312
313
314

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-TAIL CONE

10
01/12/2013

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF THE BONDING OF THE FOLLOWING


BRAIDED CONDUITS:
4500VB, 4501VB, 4504VB, 4505VB, 4508VB, 4509VB - LH
4502VB, 4503VB, 4506VB, 4507VB, 4510VB - RH

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF THE BONDING OF THE FOLLOWING


BRAIDED CONDUITS:
5865VB, 5867VB, 5869VB

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [5 / 34]


ATA

: 20

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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200003-01-1

193

Task Title

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROT.-BELLY FAIRING

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

GVI

Check : 2C

AMM 249200-210-810

ALL

GVI

Check : 4C

AMM 249200-210-820

275

References

Ctrl

Eff

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF ELEMENTS FITTED ON THE


FOLLOWING HARNESSES END FITTINGS, FROM FR.39 TO
FR.40.2 :
- 1541VB, 1543VB
Access panels :

193AB
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 EL
191
192
198

200003-03-1

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROT.-BELLY FAIRING

294

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF THE FOLLOWING BELLY FAIRING


PRESSURE SEAL BONDING:
3586VP,3594VP,3686VP,3688VP,3583VP,3591VP

299
366

Access panels :

191CB

192CB

Total access time :

198CB
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.20 MHrs

1 EL

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [6 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200004-01-1

454
464

Task Title

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-ENGINE PYLON

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

GVI

Check : 2C

AMM 249200-210-811

ALL

CHK

Check : 2C

AMM 249200-210-817

ALL

DI

Check : 2C

AMM 249200-210-813

ALL

AMM 249200-210-864

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF ELEMENTS FITTED ON THE


HARNESS END FITTINGS, FROM RIB 10 TO TEE.
Access panels :

454BR

454NR

Total access time :

464BR
464NR
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 EL
731
741

200005-01-1

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-MLG
SECURITY CHECK OF THE END FITTINGS AT MLG BRAIDED
CONDUIT.
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 EL
731
741

200005-02-1

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-MLG
DETAILED INSPECTION OF ELEMENTS FITTED ON THE ROUTE
2M FROM UNION PLATE TO INTERFACE BRACKET ON STRUT AT
MLG BRAIDED CONDUIT.
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 EL
731
741

200005-04-1

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-MLG

FUC

72 MO

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF THE BONDING OF BRAIDED CONDUITS


LINKED TO PROXIMITY SENSORS 30GA1, 30GA2, 31GA1,
31GA2.

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [7 / 34]


ATA

: 20

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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200006-01-1

123
711

Task Title

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-NLG

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

CHK

Check : 2C

AMM 249200-210-814

ALL

GVI

Check : 2C

AMM 249200-210-815

275

References

Ctrl

Eff

SECURITY CHECK OF THE FOLLOWING HARNESSES END


FITTINGS AT NLG BRAIDED CONDUIT :
- 1605VC-A, 1607VC-A, 2GH, 1GH
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 EL
323

200007-01-1

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-VERTICAL FIN

294

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF FLY BY WIRE PROTECTION


INSTALLATION AT VERTICAL FIN.
5994VB, 5995VB, 5996VB, 5997VB

299
366

Access panels :

312AR

325ML

Total access time :

325NL
2.91 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 EL
R

323

200007-02-2

LIGHTNING/HIRF PROTECTION-VERTICAL FIN

GVI

Check : 2C

AMM 249200-210-815

943
946

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF FLY BY WIRE PROTECTION


INSTALLATION AT VERTICAL FIN:
- 5989VB, 5994VB, 5995VB, 5996VB, 5997VB, 6989VB,
6994VB, 6996VB

962
1019
1256
1266

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [8 / 34]


ATA

: 20

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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200121-01-1

121
122

Task Title

AVIONICS COMPARTMENT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

RS

72 MO

AMM 249200-100-801

ALL

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-829

ALL

RS

72 MO

AMM 249200-100-802
MRB 20.0.131/01

ALL

CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE AVIONICS


COMPARTMENT (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : FLOOR PANELS Z120;
INSULATION Z120;
Access panels :

131AW

131BW

Total access time :

132AZ
132CW
1.51 Hrs

821

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
121
122

200121-02-1

AVIONICS COMPARTMENT
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF 710VU AND 740VU IN THE
AVIONICS COMPARTMENT, (EWIS).
Access panels :

132AZ

821

Total access time :

0.03 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
131
132

200131-01-1

FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT


CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE FORWARD CARGO
COMPARTMENT (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : SIDEWALL PANELS Z130
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [9 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200131-03-1

131
132

Task Title

FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

RS

RS

Check : 4C

144 MO

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 249200-210-830
MRB 20.0.131/02

ALL

AMM 249200-100-803
MRB 20.0.137/01

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF "G" AND "P" ROUTES


INSTALLED IN THE FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT, (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z130;
SIDEWALL PANELS Z130;
Access panels :

821
Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
137
138

200137-01-1

BAY BEHIND FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT


CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE BAY BEHIND
FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED),
(EWIS).
Access panels :

821
Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [10 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200141-01-1

141
142

Task Title

CENTER WING BOX

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-823
MRB 20.0.141/01

ALL

RS

144 MO

AMM 249200-100-804
MRB 20.0.145/01

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF EWIS INSTALLED


INSIDE THE FUEL TANK (AS FAR AS VISIBLE), (EWIS).
PREP. : FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
Access panels :

147AZ

148AZ

Total access time :

734
744
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
145
146

200145-01-1

ZONE UNDER CABIN FLOOR


CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE ZONE UNDER
CABIN FLOOR (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : FLOOR PANELS Z250;
Access panels :

834

844

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [11 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200151-03-1

151
152

Task Title

AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

RS

72 MO

AMM 249200-100-805
MRB 20.0.151/03

ALL

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-834
MRB 20.0.151/05

ALL

CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE AFT CARGO


COMPARTMENT (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : SIDEWALL PANELS Z150;
Access panels :

822
Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.70 MHrs

1 AF
151
152

200151-05-1

AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF "G" AND "P" ROUTES
INSTALLED IN THE AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT, (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z150;
LDL (IF INSTALLED);
LDMCR (IF INSTALLED);
SIDEWALL PANELS Z150;
Access panels :

822
Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [12 / 34]


ATA

: 20

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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200161-01-1

161
162

Task Title

BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

RS

Check : 4C

AMM 249200-100-816
MRB 20.0.161/01

ALL

GVI

AMM 249200-210-835
MRB 20.0.161/02

ALL

CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE BULK CARGO


COMPARTMENT (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : SIDEWALL PANELS Z160;
Access panels :

823
Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
161
162

200161-03-1

BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF "G" AND "P" ROUTES
INSTALLED IN THE BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT, (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z160;
SIDEWALL PANELS Z160;

144 MO

Access panels :

823
Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [13 / 34]


ATA

: 20

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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200211-01-1

211
212

Task Title

COCKPIT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

RS

144 MO

AMM 249200-100-806
MRB 20.0.211/01

ALL

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-836
MRB 20.0.211/02

ALL

CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE COCKPIT (ONLY


IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z210;
FLOOR PANELS Z210;
SIDEWALL PANELS Z210;
Access panels :

831

841

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
211
212

200211-02-1

COCKPIT
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF EWIS INSTALLED IN
THE COCKPIT AT LEVEL OF LATERAL FLOOR STRUCTURE
BETWEEN FR.1 TO FR.11, (EWIS).
PREP. : FLOOR PANELS Z210;
Access panels :

831

841

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [14 / 34]


ATA

: 20

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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200221-01-1

221
222

Task Title

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

FWD CABIN UTILITY AREA/COURIER COMPART

GVI

Check : 4C

AMM 249200-210-825
MRB 20.0.221/01

ALL

RS

AMM 249200-100-807
MRB 20.0.221/02

ALL

References

Ctrl

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF EWIS CONNECTIONS


ATTACHMENT POINTS AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS, BETWEEN
SEATS AND A/C AND SEAT TO SEAT CONNECTION INSTALLED
IN THE FWD CABIN UTILITY AREA, (EWIS).
NOTE: THIS TASK IS APPLICABLE FOR A/C VERSIONS WITH
SEATS AND WITH EWIS CONNECTIONS BETWEEN SEAT
AND A/C AND SEAT TO SEAT CONNECTION, ONLY.
PREP. : SEAT COVERS IF NECESSARY;

Eff

Access panels :

831

841

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.02 MHrs

1 AF
221
222

200221-02-1

FWD CABIN UTILITY AREA


CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE FORWARD CABIN
UTILITY AREA (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : DOOR FRAME LININGS Z220;
FCRC (IF INSTALLED);
GALLEYS Z220;
INSULATION Z220;
LAVATORIES Z220;

144 MO

Access panels :

831

841

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [15 / 34]


ATA

: 20

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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200221-03-1

221
222

Task
code

Task Title

FWD CABIN UTILITY AREA

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-826
MRB 20.0.221/03

ALL

RS

144 MO

AMM 249200-100-808
MRB 20.0.223/01

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF ALL "P" ROUTES


INSTALLED IN THE FWD CABIN UTILITY AREA. (EWIS)
PREP. : DOOR FRAME LININGS Z220;
GALLEYS Z220;
INSULATION Z220;
LAVATORIES Z220;
Access panels :

831

841

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
223
224

200223-01-1

FWD CABIN UTILITY AREA OVERHEAD COPMPART


CLEANING OF ALL EWIS AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS "5001 VE"
INSTALLED IN THE FWD CABIN UTILITY AREA OVERHEAD
COMPARTMENT (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z220;
FCRC (IF INSTALLED);
GALLEYS Z220;
INSULATION Z220;
LAVATORIES Z220;
Access panels :

221AZ

221BZ

Total access time :

222AZ
222BZ
0.30 Hrs

831

841

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [16 / 34]


ATA

: 20

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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200223-02-1

223
224

Task Title

FWD CABIN UTILITY AREA OVERHEAD COPMPART

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-827
MRB 20.0.223/02

ALL

GVI

72 MO

AMM 249200-210-828
MRB 20.0.231/01

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF CIRCUIT BREAKERS "5001


VE" AND "G", AND "P" ROUTES INSTALLED IN THE FWD
CABIN UTILITY AREA OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT, (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z220;
GALLEYS Z220;
LAVATORIES Z220;
Access panels :

831

841

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
231
232

200231-01-1

FWD CABIN
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF EWIS CONNECTIONS
ATTACHMENT POINTS AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS, BETWEEN
SEAT AND A/C AND/OR SEAT TO SEAT CONNECTION INSTALLED
IN THE FWD CABIN AREA, (EWIS).
NOTE: THIS TASK IS APPLICABLE FOR A/C VERSIONS WITH
SEATS AND WITH EWIS CONNECTIONS BETWEEN SEAT
AND A/C AND/OR SEAT TO SEAT CONNECTION, ONLY.
PREP. : SEAT COVERS IF NECESSARY;
Access panels :

831

841

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [17 / 34]


ATA

: 20

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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200231-02-1

231
232

Task Title

FWD CABIN

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

RS

144 MO

AMM 249200-100-809

ALL

RS

144 MO

AMM 249200-100-810
MRB 20.0.233/01

ALL

CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE FORWARD


CABIN AREA (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : FLOOR PANELS Z230;
GALLEYS (IF INSTALLED);
LAVATORIES (IF INSTALLED);
SEATS AND FURNISHINGS Z230;
SIDEWALL LININGS Z230;
Access panels :

831

841

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

1.60 MHrs

1 AF
233
234

200233-01-1

FWD CABIN OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT


CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE FWD CABIN
OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT AREA (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED),
(EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z230;
GALLEYS (IF INSTALLED);
LAVATORIES (IF INSTALLED);
OVERHEAD STOWAGE BINS Z230;
Access panels :

831

841

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.80 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [18 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200233-03-1

233
234

Task Title

FWD CABIN OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-857

ALL

GVI

72 MO

AMM 249200-210-831
MRB 20.0.241/01

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF "G" AND "P" ROUTES


INSTALLED IN THE FORWARD CABIN OVERHEAD
COMPARTMENT, (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z230;
GALLEYS (IF INSTALLED);
LAVATORIES (IF INSTALLED);
OVERHEAD STOWAGE BINS Z230;
Skills :

0.20 MHrs
10.00 MHrs

1 AF
1 PRE
241
242

200241-01-1

MID CABIN UTILITY AREA


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF EWIS CONNECTIONS
ATTACHMENT POINTS AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS, BETWEEN
SEAT AND A/C AND/OR SEAT TO SEAT CONNECTION INSTALLED
IN THE MID CABIN UTILITY AREA, (EWIS).
NOTE: THIS TASK IS APPLICABLE FOR A/C VERSIONS WITH
SEATS AND WITH EWIS CONNECTIONS BETWEEN SEAT
AND A/C AND/OR SEAT TO SEAT CONNECTION, ONLY.
PREP. : SEAT COVERS IF NECESSARY;
Access panels :

832

842

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.02 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [19 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200241-02-1

241
242

Task Title

MID CABIN UTILITY AREA

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

RS

144 MO

AMM 249200-100-811

ALL

RS

144 MO

AMM 249200-100-812

ALL

CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE MID CABIN


UTILITY AREA (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : FLOOR PANELS Z240;
GALLEYS Z240;
INSULATION Z240;
LAVATORIES Z240;
Access panels :

832

842

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
243
244

200243-01-1

MID CABIN UTILITY AREA OVERHEAD COMPARTM


CLEANING OF ALL WIRING INSTALLED IN THE MID CABIN
UTILITY AREA OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT AREA (ONLY
CONTAMINATED WIRING), (EZAP).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS AND OVERHEAD STOWAGE BINS FROM
FR 31 TO FR 36;
GALLEYS AND TOILETS IF INSTALLED;
INSULATION TO BE DISPLACED AS REQUIRED;
NOTE: THRESHOLD'S NEXT 4C CHECK FROM APPROVED DATE FOR A/C OVER 144 MO.
Access panels :

832

842

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [20 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200243-03-1

243
244

Task Title

MID CABIN UTILITY AREA OVERHEAD COMPARTM

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-859

ALL

GVI

72 MO

AMM 249200-210-832

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF "G" AND "P" ROUTES


INSTALLED IN THE MID CABIN UTILITY OVERHEAD
COMPARTMENT AREA, (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z240;
GALLEYS Z240;
LAVATORIES Z240;
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
251
252

200251-01-1

MID CABIN
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF EWIS CONNECTIONS
ATTACHMENT POINTS AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS, BETWEEN
SEAT AND A/C AND/OR SEAT TO SEAT CONNECTION,
INSTALLED IN THE MID CABIN AREA. (EWIS).
NOTE: THIS TASK IS APPLICABLE FOR A/C VERSIONS WITH
SEATS AND WITH EWIS CONNECTIONS BETWEEN SEAT
AND AND/OR SEAT TO SEAT CONNECTION, ONLY.
PREP. : SEAT COVERS IF NECESSARY;
Access panels :

834

844

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

1.50 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [21 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200251-02-1

251
252

Task Title

MID CABIN

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

RS

144 MO

AMM 249200-100-813

ALL

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-833

ALL

CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE MID CABIN AREA


(ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : FLOOR PANELS Z250;
GALLEYS (IF INSTALLED);
LAVATORIES (IF INSTALLED);
SEATS AND FURNISHINGS Z250;
SIDEWALL LININGS Z250;
Access panels :

834

844

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

2.80 MHrs

1 AF
251
252

200251-03-1

MID CABIN
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF ALL "G" AND "P" ROUTE
INSTALLED IN THE MID CABIN AREA, (EWIS).
PREP. : GALLEYS (IF INSTALLED);
LAVATORIES (IF INSTALLED);
SEATS AND FURNISHINGS Z250;
SIDEWALL LININGS Z250;
Access panels :

834

844

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [22 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200253-01-1

253
254

Task Title

MID CABIN OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

RS

144 MO

AMM 249200-100-814

ALL

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-856

ALL

CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE MID CABIN OVERHEAD


COMPARTMENT AREA (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z250;
GALLEYS (IF INSTALLED);
LAVATORIES (IF INSTALLED);
OVERHEAD STOWAGE BINS Z250;
STAIRHOUSE (IF INSTALLED);
Access panels :

832

842

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

1.40 MHrs

1 AF
253
254

200253-04-1

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

MID CABIN OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF "G" AND "P" ROUTES
INSTALLED IN THE MID CABIN OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT
AREA, (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z250;
GALLEYS (IF INSTALLED);
LAVATORIES (IF INSTALLED);
OVERHEAD STOWAGE BINS Z250;
STAIRHOUSE (IF INSTALLED);

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [23 / 34]


ATA

: 20

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CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200261-01-1

261
262

Task Title

Task
code

GVI

AFT CABIN

Threshold
Interval

72 MO

References

Ctrl

AMM 249200-210-838

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF EWIS CONNECTIONS,


ATTACHMENT POINTS AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS,
BETWEEN SEAT AND A/C AND/OR SEAT TO SEAT CONNECTION
INSTALLED IN THE AFT CABIN AREA, (EWIS).
NOTE: THIS TASK IS APPLICABLE FOR A/C VERSIONS WITH
SEATS AND WITH EWIS CONNECTIONS BETWEEN SEATAT
AND A/C AND/OR SEAT TO SEAT CONNECTION, ONLY.
PREP. : SEAT COVERS IF NECESSARY;
Access panels :

834

844

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [24 / 34]


ATA

: 20

Eff
ALL

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200261-02-1

261
262

Task Title

Task
code

RS

AFT CABIN

Threshold
Interval

144 MO

References

Ctrl

AMM 249200-100-817

CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE AFT CABIN AREA


(ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : DOOR FRAME LININGS Z260;
FLOOR PANELS Z260;
GALLEYS (IF INSTALLED);
INSULATION Z260;
LAVATORIES (IF INSTALLED);
SEATS AND FURNISHINGS Z260;
SIDEWALL LININGS Z260;
Access panels :

834

844

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

2.40 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [25 / 34]


ATA

: 20

Eff
ALL

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200263-01-1

263
264

Task Title

AFT CABIN OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

RS

144 MO

AMM 249200-100-818

ALL

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-858

ALL

CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE AFT CABIN OVERHEAD


COMPARTMENT AREA (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z260;
GALLEYS (IF INSTALLED);
INSULATION Z260;
LAVATORIES (IF INSTALLED);
OVERHEAD STOWAGE BINS Z260;
Access panels :

834

844

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

1.20 MHrs

1 AF
263
264

200263-04-1

AFT CABIN OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF "P" ROUTE INSTALLED
IN THE AFT CABIN OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT AREA, (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z260;
GALLEYS (IF INSTALLED);
LAVATORIES (IF INSTALLED);
OVERHEAD STOWAGE BINS Z260;
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [26 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200271-01-1

271
272

Task Title

Task
code

GVI

AFT CABIN UTILITY AREA

Threshold
Interval

72 MO

References

Ctrl

AMM 249200-210-839

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF EWIS CONNECTIONS,


ATTACHMENT POINTS AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS,
BETWEEN SEAT AND A/C AND/OR SEAT TO SEAT CONNECTION
INSTALLED IN THE AFT CABIN UTILITY AREA, (EWIS).
NOTE: THIS TASK IS APPLICABLE FOR A/C VERSIONS WITH
EWIS CONNECTIONS BETWEEN SEAT AND A/C AND/OR SEAT
TO SEAT CONNECTION, ONLY.
PREP. : SEAT COVERS IF NECESSARY;
Access panels :

834

844

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [27 / 34]


ATA

: 20

Eff
ALL

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200271-02-1

271
272

Task Title

AFT CABIN UTILITY AREA

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

RS

144 MO

AMM 249200-100-819

ALL

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-840

ALL

CLEANING OF EWIS INSTALLED IN THE AFT CABIN UTILITY


AREA (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : DOOR FRAME LININGS Z270;
FLOOR PANELS Z270;
GALLEYS Z270;
LAVATORIES Z270;
SEATS AND FURNISHINGS Z270;
SIDEWALL LININGS Z270;
Access panels :

833

843

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
271
272

200271-03-1

AFT CABIN UTILITY AREA


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF ALL "P" ROUTES
INSTALLED IN THE AFT CABIN UTILITY AREA, (EWIS).
PREP. : GALLEYS Z270;
INSULATION Z270;
LAVATORIES Z270;
NOTE: THRESHOLD'S NEXT 4C CHECK FOR A/C OVER 144 MO.
Access panels :

833

843

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [28 / 34]


ATA

: 20

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

20

STANDARD PRACTICE

Task Number

Zone

200273-01-1

273
274

Task Title

AFT CABIN UTILITY AREA OVERHEAD

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

RS

144 MO

AMM 249200-100-820

ALL

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-841

ALL

CLEANING OF EWIS AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS "5005 VE"


INSTALLED IN THE AFT CABIN UTILITY AREA OVERHEAD
COMPARTMENT (ONLY IF CONTAMINATED), (EWIS).
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z270;
GALLEYS Z270;
INSULATION Z270;
LAVATORIES Z270;
NOTE: THRESHOLD IS NEXT 4C FOR A/C OVER 144 MO.
Access panels :

833

843

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
273
274

200273-02-1

AFT CABIN UTILITY AREA OVERHEAD COMPARTM


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF CIRCUIT BREAKERS "5005
VE" AND "P" ROUTE INSTALLED IN THE AFT CABIN UTILITY
AREA OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT, (EWIS).
Access panels :

833

843

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 20 [29 / 34]


ATA

: 20

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CHAPTER :

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Task Number

Zone

200315-01-1

315
316

Task
code

Task Title

TAIL CONE APU AND ACCESSORY COMPARTMENT

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

54 MO

AMM 249200-210-842

ALL

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-843

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF "G" AND "P"


ROUTES INSTALLED IN THE TAIL CONE FIREWALL AND APU
AREA, (EWIS).
Access panels :

315AL

316AR

Total access time :

0.08 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
319

200319-02-1

HORIZONTAL STABILIZER CENTER BOX


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
CENTER BOX EWIS (AS FAR AS VISIBLE), (EWIS).
PREP. : DISCONNECT SCAVENGE WATER SYSTEM PIPE;
Access panels :

312AR

313AL

Total access time :

319AL
319AR
0.00 Hrs

319BL

319DR

319ER

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

2 AF

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Task Number

Zone

200333-01-1

333
343

Task
code

Task Title

HORIZONTAL STABILIZER LATERAL BOX

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-844

ALL

SDI

144 MO

AMM 249200-220-803

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF HORIZONTAL STABILIZER


LATERAL BOX EWIS (AS FAR AS VISIBLE) FROM RIB 3 TO
RIB 4 LH/RH, (EWIS).
PREP. : FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
Access panels :

331AT
343AB

331BT
343AR

Total access time :

333AB
343AT

333AL

333AT

341AT

341BT

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

2 AF
333
343

200333-05-1

HORIZONTAL STABILIZER LATERAL BOX


SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
LATERAL BOX EWIS (AS FAR AS VISIBLE) FROM RIB 4 TO
RIB 20 LH/RH, (EWIS).
PREP. : FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
PEELABLE HOLE COVERS;
Access panels :

333BB
334GB
344GB

333CB
343BB
346AB

Total access time :

333DB
343CB

333EB
343DB

333FB
343EB

333GB
343FB

334AZ
343GB

0.20 Hrs

Skills :

1.40 MHrs

1 AF

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Task Number

Zone

200541-01-1

541
641

Task
code

Task Title

GVI

INNER FUEL TANK

Threshold
Interval

144 MO

References

Ctrl

AMM 249200-210-848

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF EWIS WITHIN THE INNER


FUEL TANK (AS FAR AS VISIBLE), (EWIS).
PREP. : FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z532;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z533;
FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z632;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z633;
FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
Access panels :

541AB
541DZ
541HB
541QB
641CB
641FZ
641MB

541AZ
541EB
541JB
541RB
641CZ
641GB
641NB

Total access time :

541BB
541EZ
541KB
541SB
641DB
641GZ
641PB
23.44 Hrs

541BZ
541FB
541LB
641AB
641DZ
641HB
641QB

541CB
541FZ
541MB
641AZ
641EB
641JB
641RB

541CZ
541GB
541NB
641BB
641EZ
641KB
641SB

541DB
541GZ
541PB
641BZ
641FB
641LB

Skills :

2.20 MHrs

2 AF

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Task Number

Zone

200542-01-1

542
642

Task
code

Task Title

OUTER FUEL TANK

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-849

ALL

GVI

144 MO

AMM 249200-210-851

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF EWIS IN THE OUTER FUEL


TANK (RIB 23 TO RIB 33)(AS FAR AS VISIBLE), (EWIS).
PREP. : FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z534;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z634;
FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
Access panels :

542AB
542HB
642DB
660DB

542BB
542JB
642EB

Total access time :

542CB
542KB
642FB

542DB
560DB
642GB

542EB
642AB
642HB

542FB
642BB
642JB

542GB
642CB
642KB

17.40 Hrs

Skills :

0.60 MHrs

2 AF
550
650

200550-01-1

VENT SURGE TANK


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF EWIS WITHIN THE VENT
SURGE TANK (AS FAR AS VISIBLE), (EWIS).
PREP. : FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
Access panels :

550AB

550BB

Total access time :

550CB

650AB

650BB

650CB

6.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 EL

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Task Number

Zone

200571-01-1

571
671

Task Title

Task
code

GVI

MAIN LANDING GEAR WELL

Threshold
Interval

144 MO

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 249200-210-852

ALL

AMM 249200-210-853
SIL 24-077

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF FUEL PUMP EWIS (AS FAR


AS VISIBLE), (EWIS).
PREP. : FUEL PUMP FAIRINGS Z500;
FUEL PUMP FAIRINGS Z600;
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
300
500
600
700
800

202800-01-1

DI

ELECTRICAL BONDING
DETAILED INSPECTION OF BONDING LEADS LOCATED ON
THE FOLLOWING MOVABLE SURFACES: FLAPS,
FLAP TRACK FAIRINGS, SLATS, SPOILERS, AILERONS,
NOSE LANDING GEAR DOORS, MAIN LANDING
GEAR DOORS, PASSENGER DOORS, ELEVATORS
AND RUDDER HINGE ARMS.

Check : 1C

Skills :

1.25 MHrs

1 EL

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Date

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Task Number

Zone

212100-03-1

137
138
145
146

Task Title

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

CABIN AIR DISTRIBUTION AND RECIRCULATION

DIS

GVI

Check : 4C

4 000 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 212141-960-801

ALL

AMM 212143-200-801

ALL

DISCARD RECIRCULATION FILTER ELEMENTS.


NOTE :
- 5600 FH, IF PALL STANDARD RECIRCULATION FILTER
INSTALLED (P/N QB0408-01 AND PREVIOUS)
- 5600 FH, IF LE BOZEC-DONALDSON RECIRCULATION FILTER
INSTALLED (P/N 430B100-2 AMT A, P/N /430B100-3)
- 4000 FH, IF LE BOZEC-DONALDSON RECIRCULATION FILTER
INSTALLED (P/N 430B100-2 AND PREVIOUS)
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Access panels :

131CX

132CX

Total access time :

151BW
152BW
2.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.20 MHrs

1 CA
137
138

212100-04-1

CABIN AIR DISTRIBUTION AND RECIRCULATION


VISUAL CHECK OF MIXER UNIT
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Task Number

Zone

212100-06-1

200

Task Title

Task
code

CABIN AIR DISTRIBUTION AND RECIRCULATION

DIS

Threshold
Interval

800 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 233653-920-801

275
294

Check : 1A

CABIN AIR DISTRIBUTION AND RECIRCULATION


DISCARD VIDEO CONTROL CENTER AIR FILTER ELEMENTS
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS

Eff

299
366
946

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
200

212100-07-1

CABIN AIR DISTRIBUTION AND RECIRCULATION

OP

20 000 FH

AMM 261800-710-805

294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF STAND ALONE SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEM


SMOKE TEST BUTTON
NOTE: IF VCC WITH SMOKE TEST BUTTON INSTALLED
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
137

212100-11-1

CABIN AIR DISTRIBUTION AND RECIRCULATION

275
299
366
946

VCK

Check : 1C

AMM 212143-200-802

ALL

DIS

AMT 212300-600-801
SIL 21-105

ALL

CABIN AIR DISTRIBUTION AND RECIRCULATION


VISUAL INSPECTION OF ICE PROTECTION GRIDS
ACCESS: 131CX 132CX
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
200

212300-01-1

LAVATORY/GALLEY VENTILATION
DISCARD LAVATORY AIR EXTRACTION FILTER ELEMENT

1 200 FH

Skills :

0.80 MHrs

1 AF

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Task Number

Zone

212500-01-1

210

Task Title

AIR CONDITIONING COMPARTMENT VENTILATION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 212500-710-801

ALL

DI

Check : 4C

AMM 212500-200-801

ALL

AMM 212500-200-804

ALL

AMM 212600-710-805

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ABNORMAL VENTILATION WARNING


Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
192

212500-02-1

AIR CONDITIONING COMPARTMENT VENTILATION


DETAILED INSPECTION OF TURBOFAN SUPPLY DUCT
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
190

212500-03-1

AIR CONDITIONING COMPARTMENT VENTILATION

GVI

36 MO
See note

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF PICCOLO TUBES.


Access panels :

192GB

192JB

Total access time :

192PB

193AB

2.30 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
210

212600-01-1

AVIONICS EQUIPMENT VENTILATION

OP

Check : 2C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF LOW EXTRACTION FLOW WARNING


NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

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Task Number

Zone

212600-02-2

210

Task Title

AVIONICS EQUIPMENT VENTILATION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 212600-710-806
CMP 21-2-0000-004

ALL

OP

Check : 2C

AMM 212600-710-802

ALL

OP

AMM 212600-710-808

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF OVERRIDE (OVRD) FUNCTION


NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210

212600-03-1

AVIONICS EQUIPMENT VENTILATION


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DITCHING CONFIGURATION CONTROL
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210

212600-04-1

AVIONICS EQUIPMENT VENTILATION

10 000 FH

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF COOLING EFFECT DETECTOR (AEVC


SYSTEM TEST)
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

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Task Number

Zone

212600-06-1

121

Task Title

AVIONICS EQUIPMENT VENTILATION

Task
code

DI

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

Check : 2C

AMM 212600-200-803

ALL

CLN

AMM 122113-100-802

ALL

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 212800-710-807
SB 21-3128

275

DETAILED INSPECTION OF:


- INSIDE OF ADIRU VENTILATION HOSES FOR ACCUMULATION
OF DEBRIS
- DRAIN HOLE IN EACH ADIRU TRAY
- WATER DRAIN LOCATED ON LOWER SIDE OF EACH
VENTILATION DUCT
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Access panels :

121HF

121KF

Total access time :

122JF
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.16 MHrs

1 AF
120

212600-07-1

AVIONICS EQUIPMENT VENTILATION

42 MO

CLEANING OF RELAY BOX VU PANELS GRIDS


NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.25 MHrs

1 AF
150
210

212800-04-2

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT HEATING, VE


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF HARD WIRED BACKUP TO VERIFY
CLOSING OF LOWER DECK MOBILE CREW REST ISOLATION
VALVES

299
366

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 EL

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Task Number

Zone

212800-05-1

210

Task Title

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT HEATING, VE

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 212800-710-803

ALL

OP

20 000 FH

AMM 213100-710-802

ALL

OP

20 000 FH

AMM 213100-710-803

ALL

OP

20 000 FH

AMM 213100-710-804

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF HARD WIRED BACKUP OF VENTILATION


CONTROLLER (TO VERIFY CLOSING OF ISOLATION VALVES AND
COLD AIR VALVE)
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
210

213100-01-1

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF MANUAL MODE
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 EL
210

213100-02-1

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF OUTFLOW VALVE CLOSING IN
DITCHING CONFIGURATION
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.05 MHrs

1 AF
210

213100-03-1

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF OUTFLOW VALVE OPENING (50%) BY
EMERGENCY RAM AIR SWITCH
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.05 MHrs

1 AF

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Task Number

Zone

213100-04-1

210

Task Title

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

20 000 FH

AMM 213100-710-807

ALL

FUC

24 000 FH

AMM 213100-720-801

943

6 YE

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF LANDING FIELD ELEVATION SELECTOR


BY MEANS OF INITIATED TEST (VIA MCDU)
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 AF
R

210
270
310

213100-05-2

210

213100-06-1

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE DELTA P
PROTECTION OF SAFETY VALVES
NOTE: THIS TASK MAY BE ALTERNATIVELY ACCOMPLISHED AS
AN OFF AIRCRAFT TASK. REFER TO AMM PROCEDURE FOR
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION 213152-000-801 AND
213152-400-801
PREP. : ACCESS THROUGH PANEL OF REAR GALLEY;
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING

946
962
1019
1256
1266

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 213100-710-806

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF NEGATIVE PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE


NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

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Task Number

Zone

213100-07-1

210
270

Task Title

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

20 000 FH

AMM 213100-710-805

ALL

DIS

18 MO

AMM 214300-200-801

ALL

GVI

24 000 FH

AMM 215200-200-801

ALL

DI

24 000 FH

AMM 215200-220-801

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF POSITION INDICATION OF SAFETY


VALVES
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

2 AF
160

214300-01-1

FAN HEATER-BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT


DETAILED INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF THE FAN HEATER
NOTE : INTERVAL MAY BE ADJUSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
AIRLINE EXPERIENCE AND OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
190

215000-05-1

AIR COOLING TEMPERATURE CONTROL


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF PACK AIR SUPPLY DUCTS,
CLAMPS AND BELLOWS (BETWEEN PACK OUTLET AND MIXER
UNIT).
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
190

215000-06-1

AIR COOLING TEMPERATURE CONTROL


DETAILED INSPECTION OF PACK DOWNSTREAM CHECK VALVES
FLAPPERS FOR CONDITION AND OPERATION
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
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Task Number

Zone

215000-11-2

190
210

Task
code

Task Title

FUC

AIR COOLING
FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF RAM AIR INLET DOORS FOR BACKLASH.
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS

Threshold
Interval

8 500 FH

18 MO

36 MO

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 215300-220-802
ISB 21-3048

ALL

AMM 215200-920-801
SIL 21-143

275

Access panels :

191FB

193BB

Total access time :

193CB
3.14 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
190

215000-12-1

REM

AIR COOLING
REMOVE AND REPLACE THE COMBO SEALS AND PERISEALS ON
THE HOT AIR INLET CIRCUIT, TRIM AIR DUCTING AND PACK
DUCTING
NOTE:
- TASK MAY BE COMBINED WITH TASK 361242-02-1
- DEPENDING ON OPERATING ENVIRONMENT AND OPERATORS
EXPERIENCE, A LESS OR MORE FREQUENT INITIAL INTERVAL
MAY BE USED
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEMS

299
366

Access panels :

131BX
192PB

131CX
193AB

Total access time :

132CX
191DB
193BB
193DB
0.00 Hrs

191FB

192GB

192JB

Skills :

15.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Task Number

Zone

215100-01-1

190

Task Title

AIR CONDITIONING

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

DIS

DVI

Check : 1C

2 400 CY

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 215100-920-801

ALL

AMM 215300-220-808
ISB 21-3075

275

DISCARD FLOW CONTROL VALVE FILTERS


NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
NOTE: TASK APPLICABLE FOR A/C FITTED WITH P/N: 964F0000-01
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
190

215300-02-1

PACK OUTLET DUCT


DETAILED INSPECTION OF THE PACK OUTLET DUCTS
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS

294
299
366

Skills :

6.00 MHrs

1 AF
190

215354-01-1

CLN

WATER INJECTOR
CLEANING AND DETAILED INSPECTION FOR EROSION OF PACK
WATER INJECTOR NOZZELS AND INSPECTION AND REPLACEMENT
OF COMPRESSOR TO TURBINE FLEXIBLE HOSE.
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS

18 000 FH

42 MO

AMM 215300-100-802

Access panels :

191BB

191FB

Total access time :

6.06 Hrs

Skills :

1.50 MHrs

1 AF

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Task Number

Zone

215500-01-1

190
210

Task Title

AIR COOLING TEMPERATURE CONTROL


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY RAM AIR INLET SYSTEM
OPENING

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

DI
OP

DI

Check : 4C

20 000 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 215500-200-801
AMM 215500-710-801

ALL

AMM 215500-200-801
SIL 21-124

ALL

Access panels :

131CG

132AZ

Total access time :

191EB
193CB
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 AF
190

215500-02-1

EMERGENCY RAM AIR INLET


EMERGENCY RAM AIR INLETEMERGENCY RAM AIR CHECK VALVE,
DETAILED INSPECTION OF SKIN VALVE FLAPPERS FORERS FOR
CONDITION AND OPERATION
Access panels :

131CG

132AZ

Total access time :

191EB
193CB
0.01 Hrs

Skills :

0.05 MHrs

1 AF

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Task Number

Zone

215500-03-1

190

Task Title

EMERGENCY RAM AIR INLET

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

DI

DI

Check : 4C

24 000 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 215500-220-803

ALL

AMM 215500-220-804

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF LP GROUND AIR CHECK VALVE


FLAPPERS FOR CONDITION AND OPERATION
PREP. : SKIN CHECK VALVE;
Access panels :

191EB

193CB

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.05 MHrs

1 AF
190

215500-04-1

EMERGENCY RAM AIR INLET


DETAILED INSPECTION OF EMERGENCY RAM AIR CHECK VALVE
FLAPPERS FOR CONDITION AND OPERATION
Access panels :

131CG

191EB

Total access time :

193CB
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.05 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

21

AIR CONDITIONING / PRESSURIZATION

Task Number

Zone

216000-02-1

130

Task Title

Task
code

DI

AIR COOLING TEMPERATURE CONTROL

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

Check : 4C

AMM 216300-200-801

ALL

CLN

10 000 FH

AMM 216317-100-802

ALL

CLN

800 FH

AMM 216317/7
AMT 216317-100-803

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF TRIM AIR CHECK VALVES FLAPPERS


FOR CONDITION AND OPERATION
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Access panels :

131BX

131CX

Total access time :

132CX
191EB
2.72 Hrs

193BB

Skills :

0.80 MHrs

1 AF
210

216000-03-1

AIR COOLING TEMPERATURE CONTROL


CLEAN FLIGHT DECK TEMPERATURE SENSORS
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
200

216000-04-1

AIR COOLING TEMPERATURE CONTROL


CLEAN INLET GRID OF CABIN TEMPERATURE SENSORS (IN
ZONE 230, 240, 250)
NOTE: INTERVAL MAY BE ADJUSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
OPERATOR EXPERIENCE
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS

Check : 1A

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

21

AIR CONDITIONING / PRESSURIZATION

Task Number

Zone

216000-05-1

200

Task Title

AIR COOLING TEMPERATURE CONTROL

Task
code

DIS

Threshold
Interval

800 FH

Eff

AMM 216317/3
AMT 216317-920-801

ALL

AMM 216317-100-804

ALL

AMM 215300-210-801

ALL

Check : 1A

DISCARD CABIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR FILTERS


NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS

References

Ctrl

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
200

216000-06-1

AIR COOLING TEMPERATURE CONTROL

CLN

See note
Check : 1C

CLEAN CABIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR AND NOZZLE


NOTE: INTERVAL MAY BE ADJUSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
OPERATOR EXPERIENCE
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
191
192

216000-08-1

PACK CONTROL AND INDICATING

GVI

20 000 FH

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF HEATSHIELDS FOR


CONDITION AND VISIBLE DAMAGE
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Access panels :

191KB

192JB

Total access time :

192MB

193BB

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 21 [14 / 15]


ATA

: 21

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CHAPTER :

21

AIR CONDITIONING / PRESSURIZATION

Task Number

Zone

216000-09-1

190

Task Title

AIR COOLING TEMPERATURE CONTROL


DISCARD TRIM AIR PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE FILTER
NOTE: INTERVAL MAY BE ADJUSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
OPERATOR EXPERIENCE
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS

Task
code

GVI

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

See note

Check : 2C

References

AMM 216300-920-801
SIL 21-134

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Eff
ALL

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CHAPTER :

22

AUTO FLIGHT

Task Number

Zone

221000-01-2

210

Task Title

AUTOPILOT/FLIGHT DIRECTOR

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 2C

AMM 221000-710-801
CMP 22-2-0000-001

ALL

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 221000-710-803

ALL

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 223000-710-801

ALL

OP

AMM 227000-710-803

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF TRUE NORTH REFERENCE SELECTION


NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AV
210

221100-01-1

AUTOPILOT/FLIGHT DIRECTOR
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AUTOPILOT ENGAGEMENT AND LOCKING
DEVICES OF SIDE STICK CONTROLLER AND RUDDER PEDALS
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AV
210

223100-01-1

AUTOTHRUST
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF A/THR ISOLATION FROM ENGINE
CONTROL
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AV
210

227100-01-1

FLIGHT MANAGEMENT DATA BASE

48 MO

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FM SOURCE SWITCHING


NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

22

AUTO FLIGHT

Task Number

Zone

227200-01-1

210

Task Title

FLIGHT MANAGEMENT NAVIGATION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

OP

OP

OP

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 227000-710-804

ALL

Check : 1C

AMM 227000-710-802

ALL

Check : 1C

AMM 227000-710-801

ALL

48 MO

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF BACK-UP NAVIGATION FUNCTION


NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AV
210

227500-01-1

FLIGHT MANAGEMENT DISPLAYS


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF MCDU 3 TRANSFER
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AV
210

227500-02-1

FLIGHT MANAGEMENT DISPLAYS


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF MCDU ANNUNCIATORS
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.05 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

23

COMMUNICATI0NS

Task Number

Zone

233300-01-1

200

Task Title

AUDIO MANAGEMENT (INTEGRATING/FLIGHT INT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

120

233300-02-1

IN-FLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (IFES)

Eff

OP

22 600 FH

AMM 233300-710-817
SIL 23-049

ALL

DIS

2 400 FH

AMM 233300-920-801

943

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF IFES POWER SHUTDOWN FUNCTION INSTALLED


FROM FLIGHT DECK (IF INSTALLED) AND CABIN.
R

References

Ctrl

946

DISCARD IFE-RACK FILTERS

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 EL
200

233300-03-1

IN-FLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (IFES)

RS

10 000 FH

AMM 233653-100-801

ALL

OP

800 FH

AMM 233300-200-801

ALL

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 235100-710-804

ALL

CLEANING OF VENTILATION GRIDS AND VENTILATOR HOUSING


FROM IFE COMPONENTS INSTALLED IN THE CABIN (VCC/RCC).
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 EL
200

233300-04-1

IN-FLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (IFES)


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF SEAT ELECTRONIC BOX(SEB)

210

235100-01-1

AUDIO MANAGEMENT (INTEGRATING/FLIGHT INT


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF OXYGEN MASK MICROPHONE
Skills :

1.20 MHrs

2 RA

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

23

COMMUNICATI0NS

Task Number

Zone

235100-02-1

210

Task Title

AUDIO MANAGEMENT (INTEGRATING/FLIGHT INT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 2C

AMM 235100-710-803

ALL

FUC

Check : 1C

AMM 236100-200-801

ALL

GVI

Check : 1C

AMM 236100-210-801

ALL

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 237100-710-801

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CAPTAIN AND F/O ACP SWITCHING TO


THIRD ACP
Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
300
500
600

236100-01-1

STATIC DISCHARGER
CHECK RESISTANCE FROM THE DISCHARGER TO THE BASE
(RETAINER) AND FROM THE BASE (RETAINER) TO THE
AIRCRAFT STRUCTURE
Skills :

0.75 MHrs

1 RA
300
500
600

236100-02-1

STATIC DISCHARGER
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF STATIC DISCHARGER.
Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
210

237100-01-1

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CVR AND CVR CHANNEL RECORDING
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 RA

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

23

COMMUNICATI0NS

Task Number

Zone

237100-02-1

210

Task Title

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 237100-710-802

ALL

OP

22 600 FH

AMM 237300-710-808

ALL

OP

11 300 FH

AMM 237300-710-810

ALL

OP

20 000 FH

AMM 237300-710-804

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CVR RECORDING LOGIC INCLUDING


TIME DELAY RELAY
Skills :

0.60 MHrs

2 RA
200
210

237300-01-1

CABIN INTERCOMMUNICATION DATA SYSTEM (CI


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DEUS ESSENTIAL POWER SUPPLY,
DEUS-A CUT OFF FUNCTION
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 RA
200
210

237300-03-1

CABIN INTERCOMMUNICATION DATA SYSTEM (CI


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF LOUDSPEAKERS VIA MCDU
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

2 RA
200
210

237300-04-1

CABIN INTERCOMMUNICATION DATA SYSTEM (CI


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EVAC FUNCTION
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 EL

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

23

COMMUNICATI0NS

Task Number

Zone

237300-10-1

200
210

Task Title

CABIN INTERCOMMUNICATION DATA SYSTEM (CI

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

20 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 237300-710-839

Eff
943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF BATTERY POWERED CIDS PA


OPERATION.

962
1019
1256
1266

210

238100-01-1

OP

RADIO MANAGEMENT

36 MO

AMM 238100-710-802

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF RADIO NAVIGATION BACK-UP MODE


Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 RA

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

24

ELECTRICAL POWER

Task Number

Zone

240000-01-1

100
200

Task Title

ELECTRICAL POWER - GENERAL

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

CHK

42 MO

AMM 240000-200-803
SIL 20-017

ALL

FUC

2 100 FH

AMM 242100/6
AMT 242100-210-815

ALL

OPENING AND CLOSING OF ALL CIRCUIT BREAKERS (EXCEPT


RCCB)
Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 EL
412
422

242100-12-1

INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR


CHECK TORQUE OF IDG QUICK-ATTACH-DETACH TENSION BOLT
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

1 ENG

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Date

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

24

ELECTRICAL POWER

Task Number

Zone

242100-13-1

412

Task Title

INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR


DISCARD SCAVENGE FILTER AND DRAIN AND REPLENISH
INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR OIL SYSTEM
NOTE :
- REPLACE FILTER ELEMENT, DRAIN IDG OIL AND REPLENISH
AT 150FH AFTER AIRCRAFT DELIVERY. THEREAFTER REFER TO
INTERVAL.
- DO NOT PERFORM THE SERVICING ON BOTH IDG AT THE
SAME TIME BUT ON ONE UNIT ONLY. SERVICING ON THE
OTHER IDG TO BE PERFORMED AFTER 400FH.
- IN ORDER TO AVOID RISK OF MULTIPLE IDG LOSSES, DO
NOT PERFORM THIS SERVICING ON BOTH IDG AT THE SAME
TIME. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO WAIT AT LEAST TWO FLIGHTS
BEFORE PERFORMING THIS SERVICING ON THE OTHER IDG.
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
NOTE : CMP TASK

Task
code

DIS

Threshold
Interval

150 FH

800 FH
See note

References

Ctrl

B1 AMM
CMP
SIL
SIL
SIL
SIL

121324-612-807
24-2-0000-001
SUN236
SUN279
SUN346
24-049

Access panels :

415BL

416BR

Total access time :

417AL
418AR
0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 EN

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

24

ELECTRICAL POWER

Task Number

Zone

242100-13-2

422

Task Title

INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR


DISCARD SCAVENGE FILTER AND DRAIN AND REPLENISH
INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR OIL SYSTEM
NOTE :
- REPLACE FILTER ELEMENT, DRAIN IDG OIL AND REPLENISH
AT 150FH AFTER AIRCRAFT DELIVERY. THEREAFTER REFER TO
INTERVAL.
- DO NOT PERFORM THE SERVICING ON BOTH IDG AT THE
SAME TIME BUT ON ONE UNIT ONLY. SERVICING ON THE
OTHER IDG TO BE PERFORMED AFTER 400FH.
- IN ORDER TO AVOID RISK OF MULTIPLE IDG LOSSES, DO
NOT PERFORM THIS SERVICING ON BOTH IDG AT THE SAME
TIME. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO WAIT AT LEAST TWO FLIGHTS
BEFORE PERFORMING THIS SERVICING ON THE OTHER IDG.
NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

Task
code

DIS

Threshold
Interval

150 FH

800 FH
See note

References

Ctrl

AMT
CMP
SIL
SIL
SIL

121324-612-807
24-2-0000-001
SUN236
SUN279
SUN346

Access panels :

425BL

426BR

Total access time :

427AL
428AR
0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 EN

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

24

ELECTRICAL POWER

Task Number

Zone

242100-15-1

412
422

Task Title

INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR

Task
code

OPC

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

See note

AMM 242100-710-806

ALL

References

Eff

Check : 4C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR


DISCONNECT FUNCTION
NOTE : TASK SHOULD BE ACCOMPLISHED AT OPPORTUNITY OF
ENGINE OR IDG CHANGE.
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 EN
210

242200-01-1

AC GENERATION

OP

42 MO

AMM 242200-710-801

ALL

OP

42 MO

AMM 242400-710-803
CMP 24-2-0000-005

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AC GENERATION SIDE 1 AND SIDE 2


ISOLATION
Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 EL
R

210

242400-03-2

AC EMERGENCY GENERATION
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY GCU FROM CMS
NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.02 MHrs

1 EL

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Date

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01/12/2013

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: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

24

ELECTRICAL POWER

Task Number

Zone

242400-05-2

210

Task Title

AC EMERGENCY GENERATION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

18 MO

AMM 242400-710-807

ALL

OP

800 FH

AMM 243400/5
AMT 243400-710-802

ALL

VCK

24 MO

AMM 243200-210-803
SIL 24-086

ALL

VCK

24 MO

AMM 243400-210-802
SIL 24-086

ALL

VCK

24 MO

AMM 243200-210-804
SIL 24-086

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CSM/G DISCONNECTION WITH


SIMULATED ENGINES FLAMED OUT CONDITION AND SLATS
EXTENDED
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

2 EL
210

243500-03-1

DC GENERATION
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DC BAT BUS AND DC ESS BUS
ISOLATION
Skills :

0.02 MHrs

1 EL
243500-04-1

243500-05-1

120
162

DC MAIN GENERATION

120

DC EMERGENCY GENERATION

VISUAL INSPECTION OF TRU 1,2, THE INSIDE OF HOT AIR


EXTRACTION DUCT AND THE ADJACENT AREA.

VISUAL INSPECTION OF THE ESSENTIAL TRU AND THE


ADJACENT AREA.
162

243500-06-1

DC MAIN GENERATION
VISUAL INSPECTION OF THE TRU APU AND THE ADJACENT
AREA.

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Date

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

24

ELECTRICAL POWER

Task Number

Zone

245000-01-1

200
210

Task Title

AC ELECTRICAL LOAD DISTRIBUTION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 245100-710-801

ALL

OP

AMM 245200-710-802

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF COMMERCIAL LOAD SHEDDING


Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 EL
210

245000-02-1

AC ELECTRICAL LOAD DISTRIBUTION

24 MO

Check : C1

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF LAND RECOVERY CONFIGURATION


Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 EL
210

245000-03-1

AC ELECTRICAL LOAD DISTRIBUTION

OP

Check : 2C

AMM 245200-710-801

ALL

OP

AMM 282200-710-807

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF 905XP BUSBAR SHEDDING IN


EMERGENCY CONFIGURATION
Skills :

0.02 MHrs

1 EL
210

245000-05-1

AC ELECTRICAL LOAD DISTRIBUTION

24 MO

OPERATIONAL CHECK AFT APU PUMP SHEDDING IN LAND


RECOVERY CONFIGURATION
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

25

EQUIPEMENT & FURNISHING

Task Number

Zone

251100-01-1

210

Task Title

COCKPIT SEATS

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

GVI

FUC

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 251100-200-801

ALL

Check : 1C

AMM 251100-200-804
SIL 25-108

ALL

GVI

42 MO

AMM 252100-210-801

ALL

OP

42 MO

AMM 252100-210-802

ALL

GVI

42 MO

AMM 252100-210-803

ALL

6 YE

VISUAL CHECK OF SEAT STRUCTURE AND SEAT ATTACHMENT


Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210

251100-02-1

COCKPIT SEATS
FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF HORIZONTAL / VERTICAL MECHANICAL
CONTROL CABLE ADJUSTMENT OF COCKPIT SEATS
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
200

252100-01-1

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT SEATS


VISUAL CHECK OF SEAT TO FLOOR ATTACHMENT
Skills :

17.00 MHrs

1 AF
200

252100-02-1

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT SEATS


OPERATIONAL CHECK AND VISUAL CHECK OF SEAT BELTS AND
BELT ATTACHMENTS
Skills :

6.80 MHrs

1 AF
200

252100-03-1

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT SEATS


VISUAL CHECK OF LOWER SEAT STRUCTURE, BAGGAGE
RESTRAINT BAR, BACKREST AND BACKREST SUPPORT
Skills :

34.00 MHrs

1 CA
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Date

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

25

EQUIPEMENT & FURNISHING

Task Number

Zone

252200-01-1

200

Task Title

CABIN ATTENDANT SEATS

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

42 MO

AMM 252200-210-801

ALL

OP

42 MO

AMM 252200-210-802

ALL

OP

42 MO

AMM 252200-210-803

ALL

DI

24 MO

AMM 252344-210-802

ALL

VISUAL CHECK OF SEAT STRUCTURE


Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
200

252200-02-1

CABIN ATTENDANT SEATS


VISUAL CHECK OF SEAT ATTACHMENT POINTS
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
200

252200-03-1

CABIN ATTENDANT SEATS


OPERATIONAL CHECK AND VISUAL CHECK OF SEAT BELTS AND
BELT ATTACHMENTS
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
200

252331-01-1

LININGS AND FURNISHINGS (DADO PANELS)


\ETAILED INSPECTION OF LOWER SIDE WALL PANEL AND OF
AREA BEHIND LOWER SIDE WALL PANEL FOR FOREIGN
MATERIAL ACCUMULATION.
NOTE :
-ON LOWER SIDE WALL PANEL IN FWD MID AND AFT PASSENGER
CAB SHOULD BE REMOVED IN ORDER TO ASSESS THE NEED FOR
MORE EXTENSIVE PANEL REMOVAL
-ALTERNATE SIDEWALL IS RECOMENDED AT NEXT INSPECTION
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 CA

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

25

EQUIPEMENT & FURNISHING

Task Number

Zone

252344-01-1

200

Task Title

LININGS AND FURNISHINGS (DADO PANELS)

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 256800-710-803

ALL

GVI

24 MO

AMM 256800-210-802

ALL

DIS

1 400 FH

AMM 253000-920-802

ALL

CLN

1 400 FH

AMM 253400/7
AMT 253400-160-801

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CABIN DECOMPRESSION PANELS


OPENING
Skills :

0.80 MHrs

1 AF
200

252344-02-1

LININGS AND FURNISHINGS (DADO PANELS)


VISUAL CHECK TO ENSURE THAT ALL DECOMPRESSION PANELS
IN CABIN ARE CLOSED
Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 AF
200

253000-01-1

BUFFET AND GALLEY


DISCARD GALLEY AIR EXTRACTION FILTER ELEMENT
Skills :

0.80 MHrs

1 AF
100

253400-01-1

GALLEY COOLING
CLEAN CONDENSER AIR FILTER OF AIR CHILLER UNIT (IF GALLEY COOLING
INSTALLED)
NOTE: IF AIR CHILLER SYSTEM INSTALLED
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

253400-04-1

100

Task
code

Task Title

GALLEY COOLING
CLEAN "CHILLED AIR IN" AND "CHILLED AIR OUT" FILTERS/
RILLES IN THE GALLEY CABINET.
NOTE: IF AIR CHILLER SYSTEM AND GALLEY WITH GRILLES

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

SER

1 400 FH

AMM 253400-160-806

ALL

OP

1 000 FH
See note

AMM 254000/5
AMT 254000-710-802
FAD 74-08-09

ALL

GVI

1 000 FH
See note

AMM 254000-220-801
FAD 74-08-09

ALL

INSTALLED

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 CA
200

254000-01-1

LAVATORIES
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF WASTE COMPARTMENT FLAP
NOTE: 1000 FH INTERVAL FOR OPERATORS FLYING UNDER FAA
REGULATIONS AS PER FAA AD 74-08-09
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
200

254000-02-1

LAVATORIES
VISUAL CHECK OF WASTE COMPARTMENT FOR FIRE
CONTAINMENT CAPABILITY
NOTE: 1000 FH INTERVAL FOR OPERATORS FLYING UNDER FAA
REGULATIONS AS PER FAA AD 74-08-09
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 CA

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

255100-01-1

130
150

Task Title

LOWER DECK CARGO LOADING SYSTEM

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

Check : 1C

References

Ctrl

AMM 255100-710-803

Eff
275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF POWER DRIVE UNITS

299
366
943
946
962
1019

Access panels :

821

822

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
R

130
150

255100-02-1

LOWER DECK CARGO LOADING SYSTEM

DI

34 000 FH

AMM 255100-210-801

275
294

REMOVE XZ-LATCHES FOR DETAILED INSPECTION

299
366
943
946
962
1019

Access panels :

821

822

Total access time :

0.04 Hrs

Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

255100-03-2

150

Task Title

LOWER DECK CARGO LOADING SYSTEM

Task
code

VCK

Threshold
Interval

34 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 255100-210-802

Eff
275
294

REMOVE CREW REST ROOM CONTAINER LATCHES AT FR 53.7


FOR DETAILED INSPECTION
PREP. : LDMCR;

299
366

Access panels :

822
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
R

130
150

255100-08-1

LOWER DECK CARGO LOADING SYSTEM


DETAILED INSPECTION OF POWER DRIVE UNIT ROLLER FOR
WEAR AND DAMAGE (NOTE 11).

GVI

300 CY

AMM 255100/6
AMT 255100-210-809

275
294
299
366
943
946
962
1019

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

255100-10-1

130
150

Task Title

LOWER DECK CARGO LOADING SYSTEM

Task
code

GVI

Threshold
Interval

3 200 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 255100-210-816

Eff
275
294

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF POWER DRIVE UNITS


NOTE 11

299
366
943
946
962
1019

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
R

130
150

255100-19-1

LOWER DECK CARGO LOADING SYSTEM

OP

36 MO

AMM 255100-200-802

275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF BRAKING ROLLER.

299
366
943
946
962
1019

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
130
150

255101-01-1

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

ADVANCED LOWER DECK CARGO LOADING SYSTEM

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 255100-200-804

1266

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF SWIVEL NOSE AT XZ-LATCHES EG


(ENTRANCE GUIDE) AND SWIVEL NOSES AT OVERRIDEABLE
CENTER LATCHES. (NOTE 11)

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

255101-02-1

130
150

ADVANCED LOWER DECK CARGO LOADING SYSTEM

130
150

ADVANCED LOWER DECK CARGO LOADING SYSTEM

130
150

ADVANCED LOWER DECK CARGO LOADING SYSTEM

130
150

ADVANCED LOWER DECK CARGO LOADING SYSTEM

130

LOWER DECK FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT

255101-04-1

255101-08-1

255101-10-1

255200-01-1

Task Title

Task
code

RAI

Threshold
Interval

34 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 255100-210-813

OP

36 MO

AMM 255100-200-805

OP

DETAILED INSPECTION OF POWER DRIVE UNIT ROLLER FOR


WEAR AND DAMAGE. (NOTE 11)
GVI

1 500 CY

18 MO

3 200 FH

AMM 255100-210-811

Date

10
01/12/2013

AMM 255100-210-810

Date

GVI

7 DY

Check : WY

AMM 255200-210-801
CMP 25-2-0000-002

0.35 MHrs

: 01
: 06/09/2014

1256
1266

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF XZ LATCHES


(NOTE 11)

Amendment No

1256
1266

Skills :

Issue No

1256
1266

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF BRAKING ROLLER AND SWIVEL


CASTER. (NOTE 11)

1 AF

1256
1266

REMOVE XZ-LATCHES FOR DETAILED INSPECTION.

VISUAL CHECK OF LININGS, FLOOR PANELS, SEALING


STRIPS, PROTECTION PLATES, DECOMPRESSION PANELS,
CENTER LINE COVER PLATES AND ACCESS DOORS

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CHAPTER :

25

EQUIPEMENT & FURNISHING

Task Number

Zone

255200-03-1

130

Task Title

LOWER DECK FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT

Task
code

GVI

Threshold
Interval

800 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 255200-210-802

ALL

AMM 255200-210-803

1256

Check : 1A

VISUAL CHECK OF DRAIN FUNNELS AT THE END OF THE


ROLLER TRACKS AND BELOW THE PDUS FOR EVIDENCE OF
CLOGGING OR OBSTRUCTION AND CLEAN AS NECESSARY.
(NOTE 11)
Access panels :

132UC
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
130

255200-06-1

LOWER DECK FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT

VCK

150

LOWER DECK AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT


VISUAL CHECK OF LININGS, FLOOR PANELS, SEALING
STRIPS, PROTECTION PLATES, DECOMPRESSION PANELS,
CENTER LINE COVER PLATES AND ACCESS DOORS
NOTE: CREW REST ROOM (UNDERFLOOR) AND/OR ACTS NOT TO
BE REMOVED IF INSTALLED

800 FH

1266

Check : 1A

VISUAL CHECK OF DRAIN PANS BELOW BALL MAT AREA FOR


EVIDENCE OF CLOGGING OR OBSTRUCTION AND CLEAN AS
NECESSARY.
255300-01-1

GVI

8 DY

Check : WY

AMM 255300-210-801
CMP 25-2-0000-002

Skills :

0.75 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

25

EQUIPEMENT & FURNISHING

Task Number

Zone

255300-03-1

150

Task Title

LOWER DECK FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT

Task
code

GVI

Threshold
Interval

800 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 255300-210-804

ALL

AMM 255300-210-805

1256

Check : 1A

VISUAL CHECK OF DRAIN FUNNELS AT THE END OF THE


ROLLER TRACKS AND BELOW THE PDUS FOR EVIDENCE OF
CLOGGING OR OBSTRUCTION AND CLEAN AS NECESSARY.
(NOTE 11)
Access panels :

152UC
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.80 MHrs

1 AF
150

255300-06-1

LOWER DECK AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT

VCK

160

LOWER DECK BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT

800 FH

1266

Check : 1A

VISUAL CHECK OF DRAIN PANS BELOW BALL MAT AREA FOR


EVIDENCE OF CLOGGING OR OBSTRUCTION AND CLEAN AS
NECESSARY.
255400-01-1

VCK

8 DY

AMM 255400-210-801

ALL

AMM 255400-210-804

ALL

Check : WY

VISUAL CHECK OF LININGS, FLOOR PANELS, SEALING STRIPS


AND ACCESS DOOR AT C73
Skills :

0.75 MHrs

1 AF
160

255400-04-1

LOWER DECK BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT

DI

Check : 1C

DETAILED INSPECTION OF DIVIDER NETS, NET ATTACHMENT


POINTS, NET CONNECTING DEVICES AND TENSION BUCKLES.
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
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Date

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Task Number

Zone

255400-05-1

160

Task Title

LOWER DECK BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

DI

Check : 1C

AMM 255400-210-805

ALL

DI

Check : 1C

AMM 255400-210-806

ALL

DI

6 YE

AMM 256141-200-801

ALL

OP

24 MO

AMM 256500-710-803

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF NET SCREENS, NET SCREEN


ATTACHMENT POINTS AND TENSION BUCKLES.
160

255400-06-1

LOWER DECK BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT


DETAILED INSPECTION OF SCREEN DECOMPRESSION
TARPAULINS.
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
211
212

256141-01-1

COCKPIT ESCAPE FACILITIES


DETAILED INSPECTION OF EMERGENCY ESCAPE ROPE AND
ROPE ATTACHMENT.
Access panels :

211HC

212HC

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
200

256535-01-1

EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AUTOMATIC FIXED EMERGENCY
LOCATOR TRANSMITTER (ELT(AF)) SYSTEM BY MANUAL
ACTIVATION.
NOTE: IF ELT INSTALLED
Skills :

0.04 MHrs

2 RA

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

25

EQUIPEMENT & FURNISHING

Task Number

Zone

256551-02-1

100

Task Title

Task
code

OP

MEGAPHONE

Threshold
Interval

Check : 1C

References

Ctrl

AMM 256551-710-801

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF MEGAPHONE


Skills :

0.06 MHrs

1 CA

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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ATA

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

261500-02-1

130

Task Title

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

AVIONICS COMPARTMENT SMOKE DETECTION

REM

OP

OP

References

Ctrl

Eff

42 MO

AMM 261500-100-801

ALL

3 200 FH
See note
Check : 4A

AMM 261600/5
AMT 261600-710-803

ALL

AMM 261800-710-810

943

REMOVE AVIONICS SMOKE DETECTION PICCOLO TUBES FOR


CLEANING
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Access panels :

131EF

132EF

Total access time :

0.52 Hrs

Skills :

1.50 MHrs

1 AV
210

261600-01-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPT AND AVIONIC COMPT


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT AND
AVIONICS COMPARTMENT SMOKE DETECTION BY PTT
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AV
R

210

261800-12-1

AUXILIARY AREAS SMOKE DETECTION


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF IFEC SMOKE DETECTION BY MCDU.

24 MO

946

Check : C1

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

3.20 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

261800-13-1

134

Task Title

AUXILIARY AREAS SMOKE DETECTION

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

20 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 261800-100-807

Eff
943
946

REMOVE IFEC PICCOLO TUBES FOR CLEANING

962
1019
1256
1266

Access panels :

132EG
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AV
210

262100-04-1

OP

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

800 FH

AMM 261200/6
AMT 261200-710-812

ALL

AMM 262100-710-809

ALL

Check : 1A

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM


NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AV
210
450
460

262100-11-1

OP

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Check : 1C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHER BOTTLE


LOW PRESSURE INDICATING CIRCUIT
Access panels :

453CL

453CR

Total access time :

463CL

463CR

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262100-12-1

410
420

Task
code

Task Title

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

FUC

12 000 FH

AMM 262100-720-819

ALL

FUC

48 MO

AMM 262100-710-810

ALL

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF DISTRIBUTION PIPING FOR LEAKAGE


AND OBSTRUCTION
Access panels :

415AL
428AR

416AR
453CL

Total access time :

417AL
453CR

418AR
463CL

425AL
463CR

426AR

427AL

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

4.00 MHrs

1 AF
210
450
460

262100-13-1

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF FIRING CIRCUIT CONTINUITY
Access panels :

453CL

453CR

Total access time :

463CL

463CR

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262100-14-1

210
450
460

Task
code

Task Title

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

24 MO

AMM 262100-710-811
CMP 24-2-0000-006
CMP 36-2-0000-001

ALL

OP

800 FH

AMM 262200/5
AMT 262200-710-801
CMP 26-2-0000-001

ALL

AMM 262200-710-802

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK TO VERIFY ENGINE FIRE P/B SW


FUNCTION
NOTE : CMP TASK
Access panels :

452CL

453CL

Total access time :

453CR
462CL
0.00 Hrs

463CL

463CR

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AV
210

262200-01-3

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Check : 1A

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM


NOTE : CMP TASK
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AV
310

262200-02-1

OP

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

42 MO

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FIRING CIRCUIT CONTINUITY


Access panels :

313AL
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262200-03-2

310

Task Title

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 2C

AMM 262200-710-806
CMP 26-2-0000-002

ALL

DI

AMM 262200-200-801

ALL

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 262200-710-804

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF LOW PRESSURE INDICATING CIRCUIT


NOTE : CMP TASK
Access panels :

313AL
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AV
310

262200-04-1

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

14 000 FH

DETAILED INSPECTION OF DISTRIBUTION PIPING FOR CRACKS


Access panels :

313AL

315AL

Total access time :

316AR
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AV
310

262200-05-1

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AUTOMATIC FIRE EXTINGUISHING
TRIGGER CIRCUIT
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262200-06-1

210

Task Title

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

42 MO

AMM 262200-710-805
CMP 28-2-0000-005

ALL

OP

4 800 FH

ALL

36 MO

AMM 262200-710-803
CMP 28-2-0000-004

12 000 FH

AMM 262300-710-801

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF APU FIRE P/B SW FUNCTION


NOTE : CMP TASK
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AV
210
310

262200-07-3

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AUTOMATIC FIRE EXTINGUISHING VIA
MCDU AND CHECK OF "FIRE EMERGENCY STOP RELAYS" (5WF,
6WF)
NOTE : CMP TASK
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AV
R

130

262300-01-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT FIRE EXTING

OP

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FIRING CIRCUIT CONTINUITY


NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Access panels :

132SW

821

Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262300-02-1

130

Task Title

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT FIRE EXTING

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

DIS

OP

DI

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 262300-920-802

ALL

Check : 1C

AMM 262300-710-802

ALL

AMM 262300-200-803

275

15 MO

DISCARD AND REPLACE WATER ADSORBING FILTER ELEMENT


NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Access panels :

132SW

132WW

Total access time :

821
0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210

262300-03-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT FIRE EXTING


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FIRE EXTINGUISHING BOTTLE LOW
PRESSURE INDICATION CIRCUIT BY PTT
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.05 MHrs

1 AV
130

262300-04-1

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT FIRE EXTING

14 000 FH

294

DETAILED INSPECTION OF RESTRICTOR, HALON FILTER AND


CHECK VALVE
PREP. : CHECK VALVES;
FILTERS;

299
366

Access panels :

132SW

821

Total access time :

831
0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262300-06-1

130

Task Title

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT FIRE EXTING

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

FUC

14 000 FH

AMM 262300-200-804

ALL

OP

1 000 FH

AMM 262400-210-801
AMM 262400/6

ALL

VCK

1 000 FH

AMM 262400-220-802

ALL

AMM 262500-280-803

ALL

CHECK FIRE EXTINGUISHING LINES FOR LEAKAGE AND


OBSTRUCTION
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Access panels :

132SW

821

Total access time :

831
0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AV
120
200

262400-04-1

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER


OPERATIONAL CHECK AND VISUAL CHECK OF PORTABLE FIRE
EXTINGUISHER ATTACHMENT.
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
262400-09-1

262500-01-1

100
200

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

200

LAVATORY FIRE EXTINGUISHING

Check : 1A

VISUAL CHECK OF THE PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER


PRESSURE GAUGE READING.
OP

Check : 1C

CHECK PRESSURE OF EXTINGUISHING AGENT


Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

271400-01-1

210

Task
code

Task Title

OP

AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

Threshold
Interval

12 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 271400-740-802

Eff
275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AILERON DAMPING MEASUREMENT BY


BITE

299
366

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
575
675

271400-02-1

AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

OP

34 000 FH

AMM 271400-210-801

ALL

FUC

30 000 FH

AMM 271400-200-801

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AILERON SERVO CONTROL


ACCUMULATOR PISTON POSITION.
Access panels :

575AB

575CB

Total access time :

675AB
675CB
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

15.00 MHrs

1 AF
210
575
675

271400-03-1

AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION


CHECK AILERON SERVO CONTROL AND HINGE BEARINGS FOR
EXCESSIVE PLAY AND GENERAL CONDITION
Access panels :

575AB
591DB
675CB
692BB

575BB
592AB
675DB
692CB

Total access time :

575CB
592BB
691AB
692DB

575DB
592CB
691BB

591AB
592DB
691CB

591BB
675AB
691DB

591CB
675BB
692AB

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

8.00 MHrs

1 AF
Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

271400-04-1

575
675

Task
code

Task Title

LUB

AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION


LUBRICATION OF AILERON HINGE BEARINGS

Threshold
Interval

7 500 FH

18 MO

7 500 FH

18 MO

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 122227-640-807

ALL

AMM 122227-640-811

ALL

Access panels :

575AB
591BB
675AB
691BB

575AT
591CB
675AT
691CB

Total access time :

575BB
591DB
675BB
691DB

575BT
592AB
675BT
692AB

575CB
592BB
675CB
692BB

575DB
592CB
675DB
692CB

591AB
592DB
691AB
692DB

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
575
675

271400-05-1

AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION


LUBRICATION OF AILERON SERVO CONTROL ROLLER BEARINGS

LUB

Access panels :

575AB

575CB

Total access time :

675AB

675CB

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 27 [2 / 29]


ATA

: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

272100-01-1

100
310

Task Title

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

LUB

Check : 4C

References

Ctrl

AMM 272100-210-801

Eff
275
294

DETAILED INSPECTION OF RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL


(EXCLUDING FIN)
PREP. : CEILING PANELS Z130;
CEILING PANELS Z150;
CEILING PANELS Z160;
FLOOR PANELS Z250;

299
366

Access panels :

132AZ

162ZW

Total access time :

311AZ
312AR
0.16 Hrs

Skills :

4.00 MHrs

1 AF
R

325

272100-02-2

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL


DETAILED INSPECTION OF DUPLICATED CONTROL RODS OF
RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL.
NOTE: TASK APPLICABLE BEFORE: 272100-02-1

DI

20 000 FH

72 MO

AMM 272100-210-802

294
299
366

Access panels :

325DL

325ER

Total access time :

0.68 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

275

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ATA

: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

272100-03-1

121

Task Title

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

LUB

Check : 2C

References

Ctrl

AMM 272100-200-801

Eff
275
294

CHECK POINTER OF CABLE TENSION REGULATOR WITHIN


LIMITS

299
366

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
325

272100-04-1

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL

LUB

34 000 FH

AMM 272100-710-801

275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CENTERING MECHANISM

299
366

Access panels :

325AL

325BL

Total access time :

325CL
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
210

272100-05-1

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL

LUB

20 MO

AMM 272143-600-801

LUBRICATION OF THE RUDDER PEDALS ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM


Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 27 [4 / 29]


ATA

: 27

ALL

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

272100-18-1

120
210

Task Title

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL

Task
code

DI

Threshold
Interval

Check : 4C

References

Ctrl

AMM 272100-210-805

Eff
943
946

DETAILED INSPECTION OF THE RUDDER MECHANICAL INPUT

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
R

210

272100-19-1

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL

OP

24 000 FH

AMM 272200-710-806

943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FLY-BY-WIRE RUDDER TRIM


STANDBY CHANNEL

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 EL
210

272200-01-1

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 272200-710-801

294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE AP ARTIFICIAL FEEL


SPRING ROD

299
366

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

275

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ATA

: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

272200-01-2

122

Task Title

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

Check : 4C

References

Ctrl

AMM 272200-710-801

Eff
943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE AP ARTIFICIAL FEEL


SPRING ROD

962
1019
1256
1266

Access panels :

811
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210

272200-02-1

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL

OP

20 000 FH

AMM 272200-710-803

275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF TRIM ACTUATOR STANDBY CHANNEL

299
366

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
210

272300-01-1

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL

OP

20 000 FH

AMM 272300-710-801

294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF RUDDER AND PEDALS TRAVEL


LIMITATION UNITS STANDBY CHANNEL

299
366

Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

275

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ATA

: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

272400-01-1

210

Task Title

Task
code

FUC

RUDDER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

325

RUDDER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

800 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 272400-710-801

Eff
275
294

Check : 1A

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF RUDDER SERVO CONTROL WITH


INDIVIDUAL HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS

272400-03-1

Threshold
Interval

299
366

FUC

FUC

Check : 2C

34 000 FH

AMM 272400-200-801

ALL

AMM 272400-710-803

275

CHECK RUDDER SERVO CONTROL AND HINGE BEARINGS FOR


EXCESSIVE PLAY AND GENERAL CONDITION
Access panels :

325CR

325DR

Total access time :

325EL
325GR
0.00 Hrs

325JR

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
210

272400-04-1

RUDDER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF RUDDER SERVO CONTROL JAMMING


DEVICE

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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366

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: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

272400-06-1

325

Task Title

RUDDER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

Task
code

LUB

LUBRICATION OF RUDDER SERVO CONTROL TAILSTOCK ROLLER


BEARING (RUDDER SIDE)

Threshold
Interval

7 500 FH

18 MO

7 500 FH

18 MO

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 122227-640-810

ALL

AMM 122255-600-802

ALL

Access panels :

325DL
Total access time :

0.68 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
325

272400-07-1

RUDDER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION


LUBRICATION OF RUDDER HINGE BEARING NO 6

LU

Access panels :

325PL
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 LU

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 27 [8 / 29]


ATA

: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

272651-01-1

310

Task
code

Task Title

OPC

YAW DAMPER ACTUATION


INSPECTION OF RUDDER YAW DAMPER SERVO-ACTUATOR
(ACTIVE POSITION) FOR LEAKAGE (FIN 19CS1 AND 19CS2)
NOTE:
- THRESHOLD: TASK TO BE PERFORMED PRIOR TO
ACCUMULATION OF 10000 AIRCRAFT FH OR, IF UNIT FH ARE
RECORDED, PRIOR TO ACCUMULATION OF 10000 YAW DAMPER
SERVO-ACTUATOR FH SINCE NEW
- INTERVAL: REPEAT THE TASK EVERY 800FH OR, AS
RECOMMENDED IN ISB 27-3124

Threshold
Interval

10 000 FH

800 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 272651-200-802

Eff
275
294
299
366

Skills :

1.50 MHrs

1 AF
210

273400-01-2

OP

ELEVATOR AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

12 000 FH

AMM 273400-740-802

275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ELEVATOR DAMPING MEASUREMENT BY


BITE

299
366

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
210
330
340

273400-02-1

FUC

ELEVATOR AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

30 000 FH

AMM 273400-200-801

CHECK ELEVATOR SERVO CONTROL AND HINGE BEARINGS FOR


EXCESSIVE PLAY AND GENERAL CONDITION
Access panels :

334AB

334BB

Total access time :

334CB

344AB

344BB

344CB

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

4.00 MHrs

1 AF
Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 27 [9 / 29]


ATA

: 27

ALL

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

273400-03-1

330
340

Task
code

Task Title

ELEVATOR AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

VCK

34 000 FH

AMM 273400-210-801

ALL

LUB

7 500 FH

AMM 122227-640-814

ALL

18 MO

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ELEVATOR SERVO CONTROL


ACCUMULATOR PISTON POSITION.
Access panels :

334BB

334CB

Total access time :

344BB
344CB
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

11.00 MHrs

1 AF
330
340

273400-06-1

ELEVATOR AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION


LUBRICATION OF ELEVATOR SERVO CONTROL ROLLER BEARING
Access panels :

334AB

334BB

Total access time :

334CB
344AB
0.00 Hrs

344BB

344CB

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 LU

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 27 [10 / 29]


ATA

: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

274000-01-1

310

Task Title

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

DI

12 000 FH

AMM 274400-210-801

ALL

LUB

36 MO

AMM 122227-640-802

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF FOLLOWING ITEMS OF TRIMMABLE


HORIZONTAL STABILIZER ACTUATOR:
- FAIL SAFE NUT
- UPPER AND LOWER ATTACHMENTS ( PRIMARY AND SECONDARY)
- NO-BACK HOUSING
Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
120
310

274100-01-1

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)


LUBRICATION OF THS MECHANICAL CONTROL CHAINS
Access panels :

312AR

811

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 27 [11 / 29]


ATA

: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

274100-02-1

100
210
310

Task
code

Task Title

DI

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

Check : 4C

AMM 274100-210-801

ALL

AMM 274100-220-802

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF THS MECHANICAL CONTROL LOOP


PREP. : FLOOR PANELS Z250;
SEATS AND FURNISHINGS Z250;
Access panels :

131BC
131VC
151PC
251QG

131FC
132AZ
161BC
251YF

Total access time :

131KC
151BC
161EC
312AR

131MC
151DC
251DG

131PC
151FC
251JG

131RC
151HC
251KG

131TC
151KC
251NF

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
310

274100-04-1

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)

FUC

42 MO

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF MOVABLE INDEX ON THS CABLE


TENSION COMPENSATOR SCALE WITHIN LIMITS.
Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 27 [12 / 29]


ATA

: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

274400-03-1

310

Task Title

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

SER

FUC

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 274451-210-801

ALL

Check : 4C

AMM 274454-720-801

ALL

AMM 274451-210-802

ALL

4 800 FH

CHECK OIL LEVEL OF THS ACTUATOR GEARBOX


Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
310

274400-04-1

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF THS ACTUATOR PRESSURE-OFF BRAKE
(CHECK OF STATIC TORQUE)
Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
310

274400-05-1

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)

DI

12 000 FH

CHECK MAGNETIC CHIP DETECTOR OF THS ACTUATOR GEARBOX


Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 27 [13 / 29]


ATA

: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

274400-06-1

310

Task Title

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

VCK

15 000 FH

AMM 274451-220-802

ALL

OP

34 000 FH

AMM 274400-710-803

ALL

FUC

16 000 FH

AMM 274451-220-801

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF WEAR INDICATOR OF THS


ACTUATOR NO-BACK SYSTEM.
Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
R

310

274400-07-1

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THS ACTUATOR NO-BACK SYSTEM
Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
310

274400-08-1

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)


CHECK INTEGRITY OF THS ACTUATOR BALL SCREW SHAFT
(PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LOAD PATH).
Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 27 [14 / 29]


ATA

: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

274400-10-1

310

Task Title

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)

Task
code

VCK

Threshold
Interval

1 600 FH

Eff

AMM 274400/6
AMT 274400-210-803

ALL

AMM 121327-612-802

ALL

Check : 2A

VISUAL CHECK OF THS ACTUATOR DRAIN COLLECTING


CONTAINER ASSEMBLY INCLUDING HOSES AND OIL LEVEL.

References

Ctrl

Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
R

148

275100-01-1

SER

FLAPS

18 MO

TOP UP PCU TO CONFIRM FLUID LEVEL


Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 27 [15 / 29]


ATA

: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

275400-01-1

500
600

Task
code

Task Title

SER

FLAPS

Threshold
Interval

60 MO

References

Ctrl

AMM 121327-612-804

DRAIN AND REFILL ROTARY ACTUATOR WITH SEMI-FLUID


PREP. : MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z531;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z532;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z533;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z534;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z631;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z632;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z633;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z634;
Access panels :

531AB
531FL
532DB
533CL
534AT
534FR
631EB
632CR
633EB
634AB
634FL

531AT
531FR
532EB
533CR
534CB
631AB
631FL
632DB
633EL
634AT
634FR

Total access time :

531CB
532AB
532FL
533DB
534CL
631AT
631FR
632EB
633ER
634CB
734
0.00 Hrs

531CL
532AT
532FR
533EB
534CR
631CB
632AB
632FL
633GB
634CL
744

531CR
532CB
533AB
533FL
534DB
631CL
632AT
632FR
633HB
634CR

531DB
532CL
533AT
533FR
534EB
631CR
632CB
633AB
633HL
634DB

531EB
532CR
533CB
534AB
534FL
631DB
632CL
633AT
633HR
634EB

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 27 [16 / 29]


ATA

: 27

Eff
ALL

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

275400-02-1

140
500
600

Task
code

Task Title

FLAPS

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

DI

60 MO

AMM 275400-200-801

ALL

DI

60 MO

AMM 275400-200-802

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF TRANSMISSION ASSY


Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
140
500
600

275400-03-1

FLAPS
DETAILED INSPECTION OF CRUISE ROLLERS, FLAP TRACKS
AND CARRIAGES, ROTARY ACTUATORS AND ATTACHMENTS
PREP. : FLAPS EXTENDED;
FLAPS EXTENDED;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z531;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z532;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z533;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z534;
FLAPS EXTENDED;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z631;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z632;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z633;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z634;
Access panels :

147AB
198AT

147BB
573BB

Total access time :

147BT
734

148AB
744

148BB

148BT

197AT

0.20 Hrs

Skills :

3.00 MHrs

1 AF
Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

275400-04-1

500
600

Task Title

Task
code

LUB

FLAPS

Threshold
Interval

3 200 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 122227-640-803

275
294

Check : 4A

LUBRICATION OF FLAP TRACK/ CARRIAGE ROLLER BEARINGS

Eff

299
366
943
962
1019
1256
1266

Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
580
680

275400-05-1

DI

FLAPS

60 MO

AMM 275100-200-801

DETAILED INSPECTION OF INTERCONNECTION STRUT AND


ATTACHMENTS
Skills :

3.00 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 27 [18 / 29]


ATA

: 27

ALL

A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

275400-06-1

500
600

Task Title

FLAPS

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

SER

36 MO

AMM 275400-210-802

ALL

LUB

18 MO

AMM 122227-640-806

ALL

CHK

18 MO

AMM 275400-280-801
SIL 27-142

ALL

TOP UP SYSTEM TORQUE LIMITER TO CONFIRM FLUID LEVEL


Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
570
670

275400-08-1

FLAPS
LUBRICATION OF STEADY BEARINGS
PREP. : FLAPS EXTENDED;
Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
140
530
630

275400-09-1

FLAPS ACTUATION
CHECK THE TORQUE OF FLAP TRACK CARRIAGES Z- ROLLERS
Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

4.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

275400-10-1

530
630

Task
code

Task Title

CHK

FLAPS
DETAILED INSPECTION OF FLAP TRACK AFT LINK BEARING
BALL AT FLAP TRACK 2, 3 AND 4
PREP. : MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z531;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z532;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z533;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z631;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z632;
MOVABLE FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z633;
REAR LINKS Z500;
REAR LINKS Z600;

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

AMM 275400-200-804

531AT
531FR
532EB
533CR
534CB
631AB
631FL
632DB
633EL
634AT
634FR

Total access time :

531CB
532AB
532FL
533DB
534CL
631AT
631FR
632EB
633ER
634CB
734
0.00 Hrs

531CL
532AT
532FR
533EB
534CR
631CB
632AB
632FL
633GB
634CL
744

531CR
532CB
533AB
533FL
534DB
631CL
632AT
632FR
633HB
634CR

531DB
532CL
533AT
533FR
534EB
631CR
632CB
633AB
633HL
634DB

3 400 FC

36 MO

294

18 MO

299
366
943
946
962
1019

531EB
532CR
533CB
534AB
534FL
631DB
632CL
633AT
633HR
634EB

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

275

Access panels :

531AB
531FL
532DB
533CL
534AT
534FR
631EB
632CR
633EB
634AB
634FL

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Task Number

Zone

275400-14-1

210
574
674

Task Title

FLAPS

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

6 400 FH

AMM 275100-710-801

ALL

DI

48 MO

ALL

24 MO

AMM 275400-220-803
SIL 57-112

48 MO

24 MO

AMM 275400-720-801
SIL 57-112

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FLAP WTB/POB PERFOMANCE TEST.


Skills :

2.00 MHrs

2 AF
275400-15-1

275400-16-1

Issue No

Date

147
148
531
532
533
534
631
632
633
634

FLAPS

147
148
531
532
533
534
631
632
633
634

FLAPS

10
01/12/2013

DETAILED INSPECTION OF FLAP TRACKS (1-5) AND


CARRIAGE ROLLERS.

FUC

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF FLAP TRACK (1-5) CARRIAGES


ROLLERS FOR PLAY.

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

275500-01-1

533
633

Task Title

FLAPS

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

DI

60 MO

AMM 275100-200-802

ALL

LUB

18 MO

AMM 122227-640-805

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF TRACK 4 SENSORS


Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
580
680

276400-01-1

SPOILER HYDRAULIC ACTUTION


LUBRICATION OF ALL SPOILER LINKAGE BEARINGS PROVIDED
WITH GREASE NIPPLES
Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
210
580
680

276400-02-1

SPOILER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

DI

Check : 4C

AMM 276400-200-801

ALL

OP

AMM 276400-710-803
ISB 27-3195

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF LINKAGE AND ATTACHMENT OF


SPOILERS 1 TO 6
PREP. : FLAPS EXTENDED;
SLATS EXTENDED;
SPOILERS EXTENDED;
Skills :

2.40 MHrs

1 AF
210
580
680

276400-03-1

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

SPOILER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF SPOILER SERVOCONTROL HYDRAULIC
LOCKING FUNCTION.
PREP. : FLAPS EXTENDED;

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

48 MO

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Task Number

Zone

278000-01-1

510
610

Task
code

Task Title

LUB

LIFT AUGMENTING (SLATS)

Threshold
Interval

2 800 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 122227-640-804

LUBRICATION OF ALL SLAT TRACK ROLLER BEARINGS, PINION


BEARINGS, PINION AND RACK TEETH AND SLAT TRACK 2 AND
3 LEVER BEARINGS
Access panels :

521BB
522LB
523JB
622CB
623CB

521DB
522NB
523LB
622FB
623EB

Total access time :

521GB
522RB
523NB
622JB
623GB
0.00 Hrs

521JB
522TB
621BB
622LB
623JB

522CB
523CB
621DB
622NB
623LB

522FB
523EB
621GB
622RB
623NB

522JB
523GB
621JB
622TB

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

278000-02-1

500
600

Task
code

Task Title

DI

LIFT AUGMENTING (SLATS)

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

Check : 4C

AMM 278400-210-801

ALL

AMM 121327-612-803

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF SLAT TRANSMISSION ASSY, SLAT


TRACKS AND ROLLERS, PINIONS AND CURVED RACK GEARS
Access panels :

193DB
521GB
522JB
523EB
621CB
622CB
622TB
623NB

195AB
521JB
522LB
523GB
621DB
622FB
622UB

Total access time :

521AB
522AB
522NB
523JB
621FB
622HB
623CB

521BB
522BB
522RB
523LB
621GB
622JB
623EB

521CB
522CB
522TB
523NB
621JB
622LB
623GB

521DB
522FB
522UB
621AB
622AB
622NB
623JB

521FB
522HB
523CB
621BB
622BB
622RB
623LB

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

3.00 MHrs

1 AF
R

190

278000-03-1

SER

LIFT AUGMENTING (SLATS

18 MO

TOP UP PCU GEARBOX TO CONFIRM FLUID LEVEL


Access panels :

195AB
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.25 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

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Task Number

Zone

278000-04-2

190

Task
code

Task Title

LIFT AUGMENTING (SLATS)

Threshold
Interval

SER

LUB

LUB

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 278400-210-802

ALL

Check : 4C

AMM 122227-640-808

ALL

AMM 122227-640-813

ALL

36 MO

TOP UP SYSTEM TORQUE LIMITER TO CONFIRM FLUID LEVEL


ACCESS: 193FB
278000-05-1

278000-06-1

500
600

LIFT AUGMENTING (SLATS)

190
500
600

LIFT AUGMENTING (SLATS)

LUBRICATION OF SLAT ROTARY ACTUATORS TYPE A


(TRACK 2-3)
PREP. : SLATS EXTENDED;
18 MO

LUBRICATION OF STEADY BEARINGS


PREP. : SLATS EXTENDED;
Access panels :

193DB
622AB

521BB
622BB

Total access time :

522AB
622HB

522BB
623CB

522HB

523CB

621BB

0.20 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

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Task Number

Zone

278000-07-1

520
620

Task Title

LIFT AUGMENTING (SLATS)

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

LUB

Check : 4C

AMM 122227-640-815

ALL

OP

6 400 FH

AMM 278100-710-801

ALL

OP

12 000 FH

AMM 279600-710-801

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

LUBRICATION OF SLAT ROTARY ACTUATOR TYPE B


TRACK 5-16)
PREP. : FLAPS EXTENDED
SLATS EXTENDED
Access panels :

522CB
523EB
622LB
623JB

522JB
523GB
622NB
623LB

Total access time :

522LB
523JB
622RB
623NB

522NB
523LB
622TB

522RB
523NB
623CB

522TB
622CB
623EB

523CB
622JB
623GB

0.20 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
210
523
623

278000-10-1

LIFT AUGMENTING (SLATS)


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF SLAT WTB/POB PERFOMANCE TEST.
PREP. : SLATS EXTENDED;
Skills :

3.00 MHrs

2 AF
210

279000-01-1

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (EFCS)


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FCPCS AND FCSCS AILERON SERVO
LOOPS
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

279000-02-1

210

Task Title

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (EFCS)

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

12 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 279600-710-802

Eff
275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FCPCS AND FCSCS AILERON SERVO


LOC

299
366

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210

279000-04-1

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM

OP

AMM 279600-710-804

ALL

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 279600-710-805

ALL

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 279600-710-808

275

12 000 FH

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF TAKEOVER AND PRIORITY FUNCTION


Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
210

279000-06-1

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FCPC1 AND FCSC1 POWER SUPPLY
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
210

279000-08-1

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (EFCS)

294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF RETURN TO LOW SPEED


CONFIGURATION OF RUDDER AND PEDAL TRAVEL LIMITATION
UNITS

299
366

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

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Task Number

Zone

279000-09-1

210

Task Title

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

Check : 1C

References

Ctrl

AMM 279600-710-819

Eff
275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF POWER SUPPLY OF THE FCSC2

299
366

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 EL
120
210

279000-11-1

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 279600-710-814

ALL

OP

AMM 279900-740-801

943

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FCPC 3 POWER SUPPLY


Skills :

0.65 MHrs

1 EL
R

210

279000-14-2

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM

5 000 FH

946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE BACK UP CONTROL MODULE AND


BACK UP POWER SUPPLY (BCM/BPS)

962
1019
1256
1266

210

279000-15-1

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (EFCS)

OP

12 000 FH

AMM 279600-710-817

943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FCSC1 RUDDER SERVO LOOP

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AV

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

279000-16-1

210

Task Title

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (EFCS)

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

5 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 279900-710-801

Eff
943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK RUDDER ELECTRICAL BACK UP

962
1019
1256
1266

210

279000-19-1

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (EFCS)

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 279600-710-813

275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF POWER SUPPLY OF THE RTA2, RTLU


AND PTLU MOTOR 2

299
366

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 EL
R

210

279000-20-1

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (EFCS)

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 279600-710-820

943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF PFTU-TRIM 2 NORMAL/BACK-UP


POWER SUPPLY

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 EL

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

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FUEL

Task Number

Zone

281100-02-1

330
340

Task Title

Task
code

OP

TANKS

Threshold
Interval

2 MO

Eff

AMM 123228/3
AMT 123228-281-803
CMP 28-2-0000-010

ALL

See note

OPERATE WATER DRAIN VALVES TO DRAIN ACCUMULATED WATER


FROM TRIM TANK AND TRIM VENT SURGE TANK
NOTE: CMP TASK

References

Ctrl

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
210

281100-05-1

TANKS

OP

18 MO

AMM 281100-710-801

ALL

OP

6 YE

AMM 281100-710-802

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EACH EMERGENCY ISOLATION VALVE,


USING INDIVIDUAL MOTORS, TO PROVE CORRECT ACTUATOR
OPERATION AND COCKPIT INDICATION
Skills :

0.05 MHrs

1 AF
210

281100-06-1

TANKS
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EACH EMERGENCY ISOLATION VALVE
TO PROVE THAT NEITHER VALVE HAS JAMMED IN THE OPEN
POSITION AND TO VERIFY CORRECT OPERATION OF THE P/BSW
Skills :

0.05 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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FUEL

Task Number

Zone

281100-07-1

540
640

Task Title

TANKS

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 8C

AMM 281100-710-805

ALL

OP

Check : 8C

AMM 281100-710-806

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF STANDBY FUEL CELL CLACK VALVES


TO ENSURE FULL AND FREE MOVEMENT
PREP. : FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
Access panels :

541BB

641BB

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.66 MHrs

1 AF
540
640

281100-09-1

TANKS
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ALL COLLECTOR CELL CLACK VALVES
TO ENSURE FULL AND FREE MOVEMENT
PREP. : FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
Access panels :

541BB

641BB

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

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FUEL

Task Number

Zone

281100-10-1

190
500
600

Task Title

Task
code

OP

TANKS

Threshold
Interval

7 DY

Eff

AMM 123228-281-810
CMP 28-2-0000-013

ALL

AMM 123228/3
AMT 123228-281-812
SIL 28-079

ALL

AMM 281200-210-803

ALL

See note

OPERATE WATER DRAIN VALVES TO DRAIN ACCUMULATED WATER


FROM CENTER, INNER, OUTER AND WING VENT SURGE TANKS
NOTE : CMP TASK

References

Ctrl

Check : WY

Access panels :

191RB

192RB

Total access time :

0.08 Hrs

Skills :

1.80 MHrs

1 AF
190
300
500
600

281100-15-1

TANKS

SER

VCK

Check : 2C

SAMPLE FUEL FOR MICROBIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION


ANALYSIS
NOTE : INTERVAL DEPENDING ON EACH INDIVIDUAL
OPERATORS ENVIRONMENT

1 600 FH
See note

Access panels :

191RB

192RB

Total access time :

0.08 Hrs

Skills :

1.60 MHrs

1 AF
346
550
650

281200-01-1

TANK VENTING SYSTEM


VISUAL CHECK OF THE APERTURE LEADING TO WING AND TRIM
SURGE TANK FLAME ARRESTORS (INSIDE THE NACA INTAKES)
FOR BLOCKAGE
Skills :

0.12 MHrs

1 AF
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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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FUEL

Task Number

Zone

281200-02-1

346
550
650

Task Title

Task
code

VCK

TANK VENTING SYSTEM


VISUAL CHECK OF THE WING AND TRIM VENT SURGE TANK
OVERPRESSURE PROTECTORS (BURST DISCS) FOR INTEGRITY

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

See note

References

AMM 281200-210-802

Check : 1C

Skills :

0.06 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

281800-01-1

140
300
500
600

Task Title

IGNITION PREVENTION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

DVI

Check : 8C

References

Ctrl

AMM 281800-200-801

DETAILED INSPECTION OF THE WING AND TRIM TANK BONDING


LEADS. (SFAR88)
PREP. : FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z532;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z533;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z534;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z632;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z633;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z634;
Access panels :

147AZ
333BB
343BB
541AZ
541EB
541JB
541RB
542FB
550CB
641BZ
641FB
641LB
642AB
642HB
650EB

148AZ
333CB
343CB
541BB
541EZ
541KB
541SB
542GB
550DB
641CB
641FZ
641MB
642BB
642JB
650FB

Total access time :

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

319AL
333DB
343DB
541BZ
541FB
541LB
542AB
542HB
550EB
641CZ
641GB
641NB
642CB
642KB

319AR
333EB
343EB
541CB
541FZ
541MB
542BB
542JB
550FB
641DB
641GZ
641PB
642DB
650AB

319BL
333FB
343FB
541CZ
541GB
541NB
542CB
542KB
641AB
641DZ
641HB
641QB
642EB
650BB

319DR
333GB
343GB
541DB
541GZ
541PB
542DB
550AB
641AZ
641EB
641JB
641RB
642FB
650CB

333AL
343AR
541AB
541DZ
541HB
541QB
542EB
550BB
641BB
641EZ
641KB
641SB
642GB
650DB

0.00 Hrs

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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28

FUEL
Task Title

Zone

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

GVI

Check : 8C

References

Ctrl

Eff

Skills :

10.00 MHrs

1 AV
140
300
500
600

281800-03-1

IGNITION PREVENTION

AMM 281851-210-801

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF FUEL PUMP CANISTERS.


(SFAR88)ANK. (SFAR88)
PREP. : FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
Access panels :

147AZ
641AB

148AZ
641BB

Total access time :

312AR

319DR

319ER

541AB

541BB

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AV

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

281800-04-1

140
300
500
600

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Task Title

IGNITION PREVENTION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

GVI

Check : 8C

References

Ctrl

AMM 281844-210-801

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF INTERNAL TANK WIRING AND


PROBE ATTACHMENTS. (SFAR88)
PREP. : FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z532;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z533;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z534;
FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z632;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z633;
FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING Z634;
FUEL TANK DRAINED AND VENTED;

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: 06/09/2014

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A330 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM


CHAPTER :
Task Number

28

FUEL
Task Title

Zone

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

GVI

Check : 4C

References

Ctrl

Eff

Access panels :

147AZ
333BB
343BB
541AZ
541EB
541JB
541RB
542FB
550CB
641BZ
641FB
641LB
642AB
642HB
650EB

148AZ
333CB
343CB
541BB
541EZ
541KB
541SB
542GB
550DB
641CB
641FZ
641MB
642BB
642JB
650FB

319AL
333DB
343DB
541BZ
541FB
541LB
542AB
542HB
550EB
641CZ
641GB
641NB
642CB
642KB

Total access time :

319AR
333EB
343EB
541CB
541FZ
541MB
542BB
542JB
550FB
641DB
641GZ
641PB
642DB
650AB

319BL
333FB
343FB
541CZ
541GB
541NB
542CB
542KB
641AB
641DZ
641HB
641QB
642EB
650BB

319DR
333GB
343GB
541DB
541GZ
541PB
542DB
550AB
641AZ
641EB
641JB
641RB
642FB
650CB

333AL
343AR
541AB
541DZ
541HB
541QB
542EB
550BB
641BB
641EZ
641KB
641SB
642GB
650DB

0.50 Hrs

Skills :

10.00 MHrs

1 AV
130

281800-06-1

IGNITION PREVENTION

AMM 281852-210-802

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF CENTER TANK FORWARD


CARGO BAY INSULATION MATS. (SFAR88)
Access panels :

131BX

131CX

Total access time :

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

131DX
132CX
0.00 Hrs

: 01
: 06/09/2014

132DX

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CHAPTER :

28

FUEL

Task Number

Zone

281800-07-1

250

Task Title

IGNITION PREVENTION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

GVI

Check : 8C

References

Ctrl

AMM 281842-210-801

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF WIRING HARNESSES ABOVE


CENTER TANK. (SFAR88)
PREP. : FLOOR COVERING Z250;
FLOOR PANELS Z250;
SEATS IN Z250;
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

28

FUEL

Task Number

Zone

281800-08-1

500
600

Task Title

IGNITION PREVENTION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

GVI

Check : 8C

References

Ctrl

AMM 281841-210-801

IGNITION PREVENTION
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF WING LEADING EDGE AND
TRAILING EDGE ELECTRICAL WIRING AND CONNECTIONS.
(SFAR88)
PREP. : FLAPS EXTENDED;
SLATS EXTENDED;
Access panels :

521AB
522AB
522HB
523EB
573FB
575CB
621GB
622CT
622UB
673CB
675BB

521BB
522AT
522JB
523GB
573GB
575DB
621JB
622EB
623CB
673DB
675BT

Total access time :

521CB
522BB
522LB
523JB
574AT
621AB
622AB
622HB
623EB
673FB
675CB
0.50 Hrs

521DB
522BT
522NB
523LB
575AB
621BB
622AT
622JB
623GB
673GB
675DB

521FB
522CB
522TB
523NB
575AT
621CB
622BB
622LB
623JB
674AT

521GB
522CT
522UB
573CB
575BB
621DB
622BT
622NB
623LB
675AB

521JB
522EB
523CB
573DB
575BT
621FB
622CB
622TB
623NB
675AT

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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28

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Task Number

Zone

281800-09-1

300

Task Title

IGNITION PREVENTION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

GVI

Check : 8C

AMM 281841-210-802

ALL

GVI

Check : 8C

AMM 281843-210-801

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

IGNITION PREVENTION AV
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF TRIM TANK EXTERNAL
ELECTRICAL WIRING AND CONNECTIONS. (SFAR88)
Access panels :

331BT
334CT
335CB
341ET
344DB
345BB

331CT
334DB
335DB
344AB
344DT
345CB

Total access time :

500
600

281800-10-1

331DT
334EB
335EB
344AT
344EB
345DB
0.00 Hrs

331ET
334FB
335FB
344BB
344ET
345EB

334AB
334GB
341BT
344BT
344FB
345FB

334BB
335AB
341CT
344CB
344GB

IGNITION PREVENTION

334CB
335BB
341DT
344CT
345AB

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF WING FUEL PUMP


ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS AND UNDERWING ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY CABLE. (SFAR88)
PREP. : FUEL PUMP FAIRINGS Z500;
FUEL PUMP FAIRINGS Z600;
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

28

FUEL

Task Number

Zone

282100-02-1

210

Task Title

MAIN FUEL PUMP SYSTEM

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

OP

OP

OP

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 282100-710-804

ALL

Check : 1C

AMM 282100-710-812

ALL

AMM 282100-710-814

ALL

20 000 FH

OPERATIONAL CHECK TO VERIFY THAT RELAY 27QA HAS NOT


FAILED IN THE ENERGISED POSITION
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
210

282100-06-1

MAIN FUEL PUMP SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF STANDBY PUMP AUTOMATIC CONTROL.
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
210

282100-10-1

MAIN FUEL PUMP SYSTEM

24 MO

OPERATIONAL CHECK TO ENSURE THAT THE RIGHT NO.2 MAIN


FUEL PUMP OPERATES WHEN THE LEFT NO.2 MAIN FUEL PUMP
IS SWITCHED OFF IN ELECTRICAL EMERGENCY CONFIGURATION
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

28

FUEL

Task Number

Zone

282100-11-1

450
460
520
620

Task Title

MAIN FUEL PUMP SYSTEM

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

DIS

Check : 4C

AMM 282100-960-801
SB 28-3076

ALL

DIS

AMM 123228-281-807
CMP 28-2-0000-008

ALL

References

Ctrl

DISCARD "O" OR "D" RINGS ON PYLON ENGINE FUEL FEED


PIPE CONNECTORS AND REPLACE BY NEW "O" OR "D" RINGS
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

Eff

Access panels :

452CR

462CR

Total access time :

522AB
622AB
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

8.00 MHrs

1 AF
311

282200-07-4

APU FUEL PUMP SYSTEM


OPERATE THE DRAIN VALVE OF THE FUEL/AIR SEPARATOR TO
DRAIN ANY ACCUMULATED WATER.
ACCESS: 311AL
NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

800 FH

Check : 1A

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

28

FUEL

Task Number

Zone

282200-08-1

147
210
312

Task Title

APU FUEL PUMP SYSTEM

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

4 600 FH

AMM 282200-710-808
CMP 28-2-0000-012

ALL

OP

36 MO

AMM 282200-710-810

ALL

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 282200-710-812

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF RELAYS 12QC AND 14QC


NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

312AR

734

Total access time :

744
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
210
310

282200-11-1

APU FUEL PUMP SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK TO VERIFY THAT RELAY 15QC HAS NOT
FAILED IN ENERGIZED POSITION
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AV
210

282200-12-1

APU FUEL PUMP SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AFT APU FUEL PUMP FIRE STOP
CIRCUIT VIA APU FIRE EMERGENCY STOP RELAYS (5WF AND
6WF)
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

28

FUEL

Task Number

Zone

282300-02-1

210

Task Title

CROSSFEED SYSTEM

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

36 MO

AMM 282300-710-803
CMP 28-2-0000-001

ALL

OP

34 000 FH

AMM 282300-710-804

ALL

12 YE

36 MO

AMM 282400-710-803

ALL

AMM 28-25-00-869-802-A

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CROSSFEED VALVE USING INDIVIDUAL


MOTORS
NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 EL
210

282300-03-1

CROSSFEED SYSTEM
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CROSSFEED VALVE TO VERIFY THAT
INDIVIDUAL ENGINE FUEL FEED SYSTEMS CAN BE
INTERCONNECTED
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.02 MHrs

1 EL
520
620

282400-04-1

OP

ENGINE LP FUEL SHUT-OFF


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE LP VALVE USING INDIVIDUAL
MOTORS, TO CHECK CORRECT ACTUATOR MOVEMENT AND
CORRECT COCKPIT INDICATION
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 EL
N

282500-01-VNA

200

REFUEL/DEFUEL SYSTEM

OPC

Check : NT

Ground Fuel Transfer To The Trim Tank to check leak of TRIM TANK
NOTE: BEFORE A/C FINISH THE C CHECK OR WHENEVER A/C BEEN DEFUEL MORE THAN
8 DAYS

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Date

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01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

28

FUEL

Task Number

Zone

282500-01-3

520
620

Task Title

Task
code

DI

REFUEL/DEFUEL SYSTEM
DETAILED INSPECTION OF REFUEL COUPLING(S) FOR DAMAGE
OR EVIDENCE OF WEAR

Threshold
Interval

4 400 CY

48 MO

34 000 FH

12 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 282500-220-801

ALL

AMM 282500-710-802

ALL

AMM 282700-710-801

275

Access panels :

522HB

622HB

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
210

282500-02-1

OP

REFUEL/DEFUEL SYSTEM
OPERATIONAL CHECK TO PROVE THAT THERE IS NO FUEL
TRANSFER FROM AFT TO FWD INNER TANK WHEN EMERGENCY
ISOLATION VALVE IS SELECTED CLOSED
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 EL
210

282700-02-1

OP

TRIM TRANSFER SYSTEM

Check : 2C

294

OPERATIONAL CHECK TO CONFIRM CLOSURE OF VALVES


FOLLOWING TRIM PIPE ISOLATION BY 3 POSITION SWITCH

299
366

Skills :

0.25 MHrs

1 EL

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

28

FUEL

Task Number

Zone

284600-02-1

210

Task Title

Task
code

OP

TANK LEVEL SENSING

Threshold
Interval

11 300 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 284600-710-802

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF INNER TANK LOW LEVEL SENSORS AND


ASSOCIATED WARNINGS
Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 EL

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

29

HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

290000-01-1

120
140
190
320
330
340
570
670

Task
code

Task Title

DI

HYDRAULIK POWER GENERAL


DETAILED INSPECTION OF UNION P/N ASNA3760-XX FOR
CRACKS.
NOTE: IF P/N ASNA3760-XX INSTALLED
NOTE: ACCORDING SB 29-3105 REPEAT INSPECTION EVERY:
-24 MO IF MORE THAN 2 CRACKED UNION WERE FOUND
-48 MO IF NO OR 1 OR 2 CRACKED UNION WAS FOUND

Threshold
Interval

24 MO

24 MO

References

Ctrl

See note
Check : C1

AMM 290000-200-806
AMM 290000/6
ISB 29-3105

Eff
275
294
299
366
943
946
962
1019

Access panels :

191BB
196EB
344BB
574CB
672AB

191HB
196HB
344CB
574EB
673BB

Total access time :

191KB
311AZ
572AB
574GB
673DB

191QB
325ML
573BB
574HB
673FB

192HB
325NL
573DB
574LB
674BB

192QB
334BB
573FB
575CB
674CB

195DB
334CB
574BB
575DB
674EB

40.11 Hrs

Skills :

8.00 MHrs

1 AF
147
210

291000-01-1

FUC

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

Check : 4C

AMM 291900-720-801

FUNCTIONAL CHECK TO MONITOR INTERNAL LEAK RATE IN


YELLOW AND BLUE SYSTEMS
Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.16 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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CHAPTER :

29

HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

291000-02-1

147
190

Task Title

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

FUC

36 MO

AMM 123229-281-801
SIL 29-081

ALL

OP

18 MO

AMM 291000-710-802

ALL

OP

18 MO

AMM 291000-710-804

ALL

DI

Check : 1C

AMM 291400-200-802

ALL

HYDRAULIC FLUID ANALYSIS


Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.16 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
R

210

291000-03-1

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EDP DEPRESSURIZATION
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
R

120
210

291000-04-1

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF HYDRAULIC FIRE SHUT-OFF VALVES
Skills :

1.20 MHrs

1 AV
190

291000-05-1

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER


CHECK FOR CORRECT AIR PRESSURE BY READING GAUGES ON
EACH RESERVOIR
Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
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CHAPTER :

29

HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

291000-06-1

147
190

Task Title

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER


CHECK NITROGEN CHARGING PRESSURE ON HYDRAULIC POWER
ACCUMULATORS

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

FNT
FUC

400 FH

AMM 291000-200-802
AMM 291000/6
AMT 291000-200-802

ALL

VCK

800 FH

AMT 291000-200-803

ALL

Access panels :

195BB

196BB

Total access time :

197CB
0.06 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
147
197
400

291000-07-1

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER


VISUAL CHECK OF CLOGGING INDICATORS OF HIGH PRESSURE
(HP), RETURN, ENGINE DRIVEN PUMPS (EDP) CASE DRAIN,
RESERVOIR FILL AND AIR PRESSURIZATION UNIT (PUA)
FILTERS

Check : 1A

Access panels :

415AL

734

Total access time :

744
0.18 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

29

HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

291000-08-1

195

Task Title

Task
code

SRV

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER


DRAINING OF WATER SEPARATORS
NOTE: TASK APPLICABLE FOR ALL A/C
PUA P/N 4020Q8-3 INSTALLED

Threshold
Interval

800 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 291400-600-801

ALL

Check : 1A

IF PUA P/N 4020Q8-2 INSTALLED OR

Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.16 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
195

291000-10-1

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

VCK

36 MO

AMM 291444-600-803
SIL 29-076

ALL

VCK

3 200 FH

AMM 291400-200-803

ALL

REPLACE WATER SEPARATOR AIR FILTER AND FLUID


SEPARATOR ELEMENTS
Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
140

291000-11-1

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER


VISUAL CHECK OF THE PRESSURE UNIT AIR AUTOMATIC DRAIN
VALVE POSITION
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

29

HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

291000-17-1

410
420

Task Title

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

VCK

18 MO

AMM 291149-200-804
SIL 29-066

ALL

VCK

900 FH

AMM
EAD
FAD
ISB

291000-200-809
2011-0139
2009-24-09
29-3111

946

VCK

900 FH

AMM
AOT
EAD
ISB

291000-200-809
A29L001-12
2012-0244
29-3111

275

VISUAL INSPECTION OF THE HYDRAULIC TUBES AND CLAMPS


OF THE GREEN, BLUE AND YELLOW HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

415AL

416AR

Total access time :

425AL
426AR
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
R

147
195
196

291000-19-1

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER


VISUAL CHECK OF CHECK VALVES ON GREEN, YELLOW AND
BLUE HP MANIFOLD.
TASK TO BE PEFORMED IF AT LEAST ONE CHECK VALVE P/N CAR401
IS INSTALLED ON EACH HP MANIFOLD (FIN 5102JM,6103JM, 7103JM)
Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 AF
R

147
195
196

291000-19-2

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER


VISUAL CHECK OF CHECK VALVES ON GREEN, YELLOW AND
BLUE HP MANIFOLD.

294
299
366
943
962
1019
1256
1266

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Date

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CHAPTER :

29

HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

291000-21-1

571
671

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

210

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

291100-01-1

Task Title

Task
code

DIS

Threshold
Interval

8 YE

FUC

Check : 4C

AMM 291000-960-801
SIL 29-098

ALL

AMM 291100-720-801

ALL

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF PRIORITY VALVE


NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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See note

DISCARD OF FLEXIBLE HOSES INSTALLED IN THE OVERWING


PANEL AREA LH/RH (5274GG, 5275GG, 5020GM, 5021GM,
5264GG, 5265GG).
NOTE:
- DEPENDING ON OPERATING ENVIRONMENT AND OPERATORS
EXPERIENCE, A LESS OR MORE FREQUENT INITIAL INTERVAL
MAY BE USED.

References

Ctrl

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CHAPTER :

29

HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

291100-03-1

210

Task Title

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

24 MO

AMM 291100-710-804

ALL

SER

1 600 FH

AMM 122429-600-801

ALL

AMM 291900-710-801

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AUTOMATIC CONTROL OF FIRE


SHUT-OFF VALVE IN CASE OF LOW LEVEL ON GREEN
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
147
148
195
196

291700-01-1

MAIN HYDRAULIC POWER

Check : 2A

DRAIN RECOVERY TANK


Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.16 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210

291900-01-1

HYD GROUND INTERNAL LEAK TEST SYSTEM

OP

Check : 4C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF INHIBITION OF MANUAL CONTROL OF


LEAK MEASUREMENT SOLENOID VALVE
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

29

HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

292000-01-1

210

Task Title

AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC POWER

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

3 200 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 292000-710-802

ALL

AMM 292000-710-801

ALL

Check : 4A

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AUTOMATIC AND MANUAL START OF


GREEN AND YELLOW ELECTRICAL PUMPS AND MANUAL START OF
BLUE ELECTRICAL PUMP
Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
120
210

292000-02-1

AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC POWER

OP

3 200 FH

Check : 4A

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AUTOMATIC START OF GREEN AND


YELLOW ELECTRIC PUMPS
Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
147
210

292000-04-1

AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC POWER

FUC

12 000 FH

AMM 291900-720-802

ALL

FUC

12 000 FH

AMM 293100-720-804

ALL

FUNCTIONAL CHECK TO MONITOR INTERNAL LEAK RATE IN


GREEN SYSTEM
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
210

292000-05-1

AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC POWER


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF GREEN, BLUE AND YELLOW LOW LEVEL
WARNING SYSTEM
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

292000-06-1

210

Task Title

AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC POWER

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

Check : 1C

References

Ctrl

AMM 292000-710-804

Eff
943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE AUTOMATIC START OF THE BLUE


ELECTRIC PUMP

962
1019
1256
1266

120
140
210
633

292400-01-1

AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC POWER

OP

24 MO

AMM 292400-710-804

ALL

AMM 293100/6
AMT 293100-200-801

ALL

Check : 1C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF RAM AIR TURBINE AUTOMATIC


DEPLOYMENT
DETAILED INSPECTION OF THE RAM AIR TURBINE ONCE
EXTENDED.
Access panels :

633HB
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
190
210

293000-01-1

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DATA ACQUISITION / INTE


CROSS CHECK FLUID LEVEL ON EACH RESERVOIR, ON ECAM
HYDRAULIC PAGE AND GROUND SERVICE PANEL INDICATOR

OP

1 600 FH

Check : 2A

Access panels :

197CB
Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

293000-02-1

147
190
210

Task Title

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DATA ACQUISITION / INTE

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 293100-710-802

ALL

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 293100-740-802

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF RESERVOIRS LOW AIR PRESSURE


WARNING
Access panels :

195BB

196BB

Total access time :

197CB
734
0.22 Hrs

744

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
210

293000-03-1

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DATA ACQUISITION / INTE


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF OVERHEAT DETECTION SYSTEM
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

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ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

301100-01-1

500
600

Task
code

Task Title

DI

WING ICE PROTECTION

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

Check : 2C

AMM 301100-200-801

ALL

FUC

24 MO

AMM 303100-720-802
SIL 34-084

ALL

OP

12 000 FH

AMM 304600-710-801

275

DETAILED INSPECTION OF TELESCOPIC DUCTS, FLEXIBLE


SLAT INTERCONNECTION SLEEVES AND, IN WING LEADING
EDGE, ANTI-ICING DUCT COUPLINGS, CLAMPS AND
ATTACHMENT POINTS
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS
Access panels :

522JB
622LB

522LB
622NB

Total access time :

522NB
622RB

522RB
623CB

523CB
623EB

523EB

622JB

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 EL
120

303100-01-1

PROBE ICE PROTECTION


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF HEATER INSULATION RESISTANCE OF
THE PITOT PROBES.
GOODRICH PITOT PROBE PN 0851 HL INSTALLED
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

120
130
150
170

304600-01-1

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

ESCAPE SLIDE LOCKING MECHANISM ICE PROTE

294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ESCAPE SLIDE LOCKING MECHANISM


ICE PROTECTION

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

299
366

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CHAPTER :

31

INDICATING & RECORDING SYSTEMS

Task Number

Zone

313300-02-1

210

Task Title

DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING SYSTEM

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

See note

AMM 313300-710-803

ALL

2 YE

AMM 313300-720-802

ALL

AMM 313300-710-815

ALL

References

Eff

Check : 1C

OPERATIONAL CHECK FOR DFDR SYSTEM BY USING MCDU


Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AV
312

313300-03-1

DGTL FLIGHT DATA RCDG SYSTEM (DFDRS)

OP

I
Check : C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE ULB


NOTE : DUKANE P/N : DK100-DK120
HONEYWELL P/N : 980-4700-042
NOTE:NATIONAL/VENDOR REQUIREMENT TASK
Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.25 MHrs

1 AV
310

313300-04-1

DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING SYSTEM

OP

12 MO

FUC

12 MO

DOWNLOAD DFDR DATA


313300-04-1A

310

DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING SYSTEM

ALL

READ OUT OF DFDR DATA TO ENSURE RECORDED


PARAMETERS MEET THE RANGE AND ACCURACIES REQUIRED IN
"BO QUY CHE AN TOAN HANG KHONG DAN DUNG LINH VUC TAU BAY
VA KHAI THAC TAU BAY"

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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INDICATING & RECORDING SYSTEMS

Task Number

Zone

313300-05-1

120
210

DIGITAL FLIGHT DATA RECORDING SYSTEM

210

CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM

315000-01-1

Task Title

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

24 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 313300-710-820

Eff
1256
1266

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF WGL-QAR INTERLOCK AND


TRANSMISSION LOGIC.
OP

34 000 FH

AMM 315000-740-803

ALL

OP

34 000 FH

AMM 315000-740-804

ALL

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 316000-710-804

275

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF SLAT AND FLAP SENSOR CIRCUIT VIA


MCDU
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AV
210

315000-02-1

CENTRAL WARNING SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DMC OUTPUT CIRCUITS TO FWCS
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AV
210

316000-01-1

ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEM 2 (LCD TECH

294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF PFD/ ND AND ECAM/ ND MANUAL


TRANSFER

299
366

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AV
210

316000-02-1

ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEM 2 (LCD TECH

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 316000-710-805

275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EFIS AND ECAM DMC TRANSFER

299
366

Skills :

0.25 MHrs

1 AV
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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

316000-03-1

210

Task Title

ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEM 2 (LCD TECH

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

Check : 2C

References

Ctrl

AMM 316000-710-806

210

ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEM 2 (LCD TECH

299
366

OP

34 000 FH

AMM 316000-720-801

210

316001-01-1

ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEM 2 (LCD TECH

275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EFIS OFFSIDE AND ECAM NON ACTIVE


MONITORING CIRCUITS

275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CORRECT EFIS AND ECAM TRANSFER


WHEN BUSBAR 105XP IS LOST

316000-04-2

Eff

299
366

OP

24 MO

AMM 316000-710-809

946

Check : 1C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF PFD-ND AND ECAM-ND MANUAL


TRANSFER

943
962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AV
R

121
210
211
212

316001-03-1

ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEM 2 (LCD TECH

OP

Check : 2C

AMM 316000-710-807

943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DMC3 POWER SUPPLY TRANSFER WHEN


BUSBAR 105XP IS LOST

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.80 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 31 [3 / 4]
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Task Number

Zone

316001-04-1

210
211
212

Task Title

ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEM 2 (LCD TECH

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

24 MO

References

Ctrl

AMM 316000-710-810

Eff
943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EFIS AND ECAM DMC TRANSFER

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

1.20 MHrs

1 AV
210

316322-01-1

REM

DISPLAY UNIT

2 400 FH

REPOSITION ALL CATHODE RAY TUBES BY SWAPPING ALL


DISPLAY UNITS FROM ONE POSITION (PFD, ND, UPPER ECAM,
LOWER ECAM) TO ANOTHER
NOTE : INTERVAL MAY BE ADJUSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
OPERATOR EXPERIENCE

AMM 316322-400-802
SIL 31-025

275
294
299
366

Skills :

0.25 MHrs

1 AV
210

316322-02-1

REM

DISPLAY UNIT
FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF DISPLAY UNIT BRIGHTNESS.
NOTE : INTERVAL MAY BE ADJUSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
OPERATOR EXPERIENCE

1 600 FH

Check : 2A

AMM 316322-200-801
SIL 31-030

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

366

0.50 MHrs

: 01
: 06/09/2014

294
299

Skills :

1 AV

275

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LANDING GEAR

Task Number

Zone

VN320000-01

700

Task Title

Task
code

GVI

MAIN LDG BRAKES

731
741

LUB

MAIN GEAR AND DOORS

800 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 324000-210-802

ALL

AMM 122232-600-817

ALL

Check : 1A

INSPECTION/CHECK MAIN LANDING GEAR BRAKES.


CARRY OUT THE WEAR INDICATOR PIN MEASUREMENT AND RECORD.
321000-03-1

Threshold
Interval

LUBRICATION OF MLG AND DOORS

500 CY

4 MO

Skills :

2.40 MHrs

1 AF
731
741

321000-04-1

MAIN GEAR AND DOORS

LUB

Check : WY

AMM 122232-640-801

ALL

LUB

250 CY

4 MO

AMM 122232-600-820
AMM 122232/3

ALL

1 600 FH

AMM 121432-614-802

ALL

LUBRICATION OF MLG BOGIE PIVOT PIN


Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
D

731
741

321000-05-1

MAIN GEAR AND DOORS


LUBRICATION OF SHORTENING MECHANISM SM8 AND SM9 HINGE
JOINTS.
Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 AF
321100-VNA-1

Issue No

Date

731
741

10
01/12/2013

MAIN LANDING GEAR SHOCK ABSORBER


GAS REPLENISHMENT OF THE MLG SHOCK ABSORBER

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

SER

Check : 2A

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LANDING GEAR

Task Number

Zone

321100-03-1

731
741

Task Title

MAIN GEAR

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

FUC

Check : 1C

AMM 321100-220-819

ALL

SER

AMM 321100-220-803

ALL

AMM 321127-200-801

ALL

AMM 321100-210-831

ALL

AMM 321100-210-820

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF MLG SHOCK ABSORBER NITROGEN


CHARGE PRESSURE.
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
731
741

321100-04-1

MAIN GEAR

42 MO

Check : 2C

SERVICE MLG SHOCK ABSORBER


Skills :

3.32 MHrs

1 AF
731
741

321100-05-1

DVI

MAIN GEAR

42 MO

Check : 2C

FUNCTIONAL CHECK MLG TORQUE LINKS FOR EXCESSIVE PLAY


Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
321100-14-1

321100-23-1

731
741

MAIN GEAR

731
741

MAIN GEAR

GVI

800 FH

Check : 1A

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF MLG BOGIE PITCH TRIMMER


CONTROL MANIFOLD.
GVI

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF MLG SHOCK ABSORBER.

800 FH

Check : 1A

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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Task Number

Zone

321100-24-1

731
741

MAIN LANDING GEAR

731
741

MAIN LANDING GEAR

711

NOSE GEAR AND DOORS

321100-27-1

322000-01-1

Task Title

Task
code

SDI

SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF BUSHES AND BEARINGS IN


MLG AIRFRAME ATTACHMENT FITTINGS.
GVI

Threshold
Interval

17 000 CY

10 YE

800 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 321100-280-801

ALL

AMM 32-11-00-210-832

ALL

AMM 122232-600-819

ALL

AMM 121432-614-804

ALL

Check : 1A

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF MLG STOP PAD.


LUB

LUBRICATION OF NLG AND DOORS.

500 CY

4 MO

1 600 FH

Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
322100-VNA-1

711

SER

NOSE GEAR

Check : 2A

GAS REPLENISHMENT OF THE NLG SHOCK ABSORBER


711

322100-03-1

NOSE GEAR SHOCK ABSORBER

SER

Check : 2C

AMM 322100-220-802

ALL

FUC

AMM 322100-720-801

ALL

SERVICE NLG SHOCK ABSORBER


Skills :

1.16 MHrs

1 AF
R

711

322100-04-1

NOSE GEAR
FUNCTIONAL CHECK NLG SHOCK ABSORBER NITROGEN CHARGE
PRESSURE.

24 MO

Check : 1C

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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LANDING GEAR

Task Number

Zone

322100-05-1

711

Task Title

NOSE GEAR TORQUE LINKS

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

FUC

Check : 2C

AMM 322127-200-801

ALL

GVI

800 FH
See note
Check : 1A

AMM 322100-210-806

ALL

SDI

17 000 CY

AMM 322100-280-801

ALL

10 YE

2 200 CY

AMM 323100-220-801

ALL

24 MO

12 YE

AMM 323100-220-802

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF NLG TORQUE LINKS FOR EXCESSIVE


PLAY
PREP. : AIRCRAFT JACKING (NLG ONLY);
Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
710

322100-06-1

NOSE GEAR
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF NLG SHOCK ABSORBER.
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
711

322100-11-1

NOSE GEAR
SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF BUSHES AND BEARINGS IN
NLG AIRFRAME ATTACHMENT FITTINGS.

323000-20-1

323000-21-1

Issue No

Date

123
147
148
700

NORMAL EXTENSION AND RETRACTION

123
147
148

NORMAL EXTENSION AND RETRACTION

10
01/12/2013

DI

DETAILED INSPECTION OF LANDING GEAR UPLOCK UNITS,


DOOR UPLOCK UNITS AND ROLLERS.
DI

DETAILED INSPECTION OF LANDING GEAR DOOR HINGE


BEARINGS, ATTACHMENT LUG BUSHES AND PINS.

Amendment No
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: 01
: 06/09/2014

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LANDING GEAR

Task Number

Zone

323000-22-1

123
147
148

NORMAL EXTENSION AND RETRACTION

711

NORMAL EXTENSION AND RETRACTION

323000-25-1

Task Title

Task
code

323100-01-1

References

Ctrl

Eff

DI

12 YE

AMM 323100-220-803

ALL

FUC

17 000 CY

AMM 323100-720-806

ALL

10 YE

17 000 CY

AMM 323100-720-807

ALL

10 YE

1 600 FH

AMM 323100/6
AMT 323100-210-801

ALL

AMM 323100-710-803

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF LANDING GEAR DOOR ACTUATING


CYLINDER BEARINGS, ATTACHMENT LUG BUSHES AND PINS.

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF NLG RETRACTION ACTUATOR.


323000-26-1

Threshold
Interval

731
741

NORMAL EXTENSION AND RETRACTION

700

NORMAL EXTENSION AND RETRACTION

FUC

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF MLG RETRACTION ACTUATOR.


VCK

Check : 2A

VISUAL CHECK OF DOWN LOCK SPRINGS ON ALL LANDING


GEARS
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210

323100-02-1

NORMAL EXTENSION AND RETRACTION

OP

Check : 4C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF RETRACTION INHIBITION BAULK.


Skills :

0.06 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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LANDING GEAR

Task Number

Zone

323100-03-1

210

Task Title

NORMAL EXTENSION AND RETRACTION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

FUC

Check : 4C

AMM 323100-720-802

ALL

VCK

25 000 FH

5 YE

AMM 321100-210-830
ISB 32-3178

275

OP

8 000 FH

AMM 323300-710-809

ALL

FUC

6 YE

AMM 323300-720-804

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF LANDING GEAR ISOLATION SAFETY


VALVE.
PREP. : APU RUNNING;
Skills :

1.16 MHrs

1 AF
R

731
741

323100-12-1

NORMAL EXTENSION AND RETRACTION


VISUAL CHECK OF MLG UPLOCK ROLLER FOR EVIDENCE AND
CORROSION.

366

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 AF
700

323300-03-1

FREE FALL EXTENSION


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF LANDING GEAR FREE-FALL SYSTEM.
Skills :

1.20 MHrs

1 AF
700

323300-04-1

FREE FALL EXTENSION


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF LANDING GEAR FREE-FALL EXTENSION
Skills :

0.76 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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LANDING GEAR

Task Number

Zone

324000-02-1

195

Task Title

Task
code

FUC

BRAKE ACCUMULATORS

Threshold
Interval

800 FH

Eff

AMM 324000/6
AMT 324000-210-805

ALL

AMM 324000/6
AMT 324000-210-804

ALL

AMM 324400-710-802
CMP 32-2-0000-001

ALL

AMM 324000-220-803

ALL

Check : 1A

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF NITROGEN CHARGE PRESSURE ON


ALTERNATE PARKING BRAKE ACCUMULATORS.

References

Ctrl

Access panels :

195BB
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.03 MHrs

1 AF
731
741

324000-03-1

FUC

BRAKE ACCUMULATORS

1 600 FH

Check : 2A

CHECK NORMAL AND ALTERNATE BRAKE RETURN ACCUMULATORS


NITROGEN PRESSURES BY READING GAUGES
Access panels :

731

741

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.06 MHrs

1 AF
210

324000-04-1

OP

BRAKES AND WHEELS

3 200 FH

Check : 4A

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY BRAKE SHUT-OFF VALVE


NOTE : CMP TASK
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
731
741

324000-19-1

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

BRAKES AND WHEELS


DETAILED INSPECTION OF MLG AXLE SLEEVES.

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

DI

24 MO

Check : 1C

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Task Number

Zone

324100-03-1

700

Task Title

TYRES

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

36 HR

AMM 324100-210-803

ALL

FUC

3 DY

AMM 324100-220-802

ALL

DVI

18 MO

AMM 324100-210-804

ALL

VCK

7 DY

AMM 324000-210-802

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF TYRES, WHEELS AND


BRAKES.
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
700

324100-04-1

TYRES
FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF TYRE PRESSURES
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
731
741

324100-05-1

WHEELS
DETAILED INSPECTION OF AXLE OUTER DIAMETER AND AXLE
SLEEVE INNER DIAMETER
NOTE: TASK MAY BE ACCOMPLISHED AT OPPORTUNITY OF AN
ADJACENT BRAKE CHANGE ON EACH BRAKED AXLE.
PREP. : AIRCRAFT JACKING;
MLG BRAKES;
MLG SLEEVES;
MLG WHEELS;
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
730
740

324200-01-1

BRAKE UNITS
VISUAL CHECK OF HEAT PACK WEAR INDICATOR.
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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LANDING GEAR

Task Number

Zone

324300-01-1

122

Task Title

ALTERNATE BRAKE HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

FUC

Check : 1C

AMM 324300-210-802

ALL

SER

AMM 324314-200-801

ALL

AMM 324500-710-803
SIL 32-091

ALL

AMM 324900-220-802

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF BRAKE LOW PRESSURE RESERVOIR


FLUID LEVEL.
Access panels :

132AZ

811

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
147

324314-01-1

ALTERNATE BRAKE DUAL VALVE

3 200 FH

Check : 4A

VISUAL CHECK OF BRAKE DUAL DISTRIBUTION VALVE (BDDV)


DRAIN TUBE FOR THE ACCUMULATION OF WATER.
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210

324500-01-1

OP

PARKING BRAKING
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE PARKING BRAKE CONTROL VALVE MOTORS 1 AND 2

2 000 CY

24 MO

800 FH

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210
700

324900-02-1

CHK

TYRE PRESSURE SYSTEM


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF TPIS AND CROSS CHECK WITH TYRE
PRESSURE GAUGE READING.

Check : 1A

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

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CHAPTER :

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LANDING GEAR

Task Number

Zone

325100-02-1

710

Task Title

NOSE WHEEL STEERING

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

FUC

Check : 1C

AMM 325100-720-810

ALL

GVI

AMM 325100-210-801

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF NITROGEN CHARGE PRESSURE ON NOSE


WHEEL STEERING ACCUMULATOR.
Skills :

0.23 MHrs

1 AF
711

325100-04-1

NOSE WHEEL STEERING

Check : 1A

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF NOSE WHEEL STEERING


ACTUATOR AND ROTATING SELECTOR VALVE.
210

325300-01-1

STEERING ANGLE PROTECTION

800 FH

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 325300-710-802

ALL

OP

AMM 325300/5
AMT 325300-710-801

ALL

AMM 326100-710-801

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF OVERSTEER INDICATION SYSTEM


Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
R

210
710

325300-02-1

STEERING ANGLE PROTECTION

800 FH

Check : 1A

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF COCKPIT AND NLG WARNING LAMPS


Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 EL
210

326100-01-1

LANDING GEAR INDICATING AND WARNING

OP

Check : 1C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF LANDING GEAR INDICATION


CIRCUITS.
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

32

LANDING GEAR

Task Number

Zone

326100-02-1

210

Task Title

LANDING GEAR INDICATING AND WARNING

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

Check : 4C

References

Ctrl

AMM 323100-710-804

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF GROUND DOORS CLOSURE INHIBIT


Skills :

0.66 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

33

LIGHTS

Task Number

Zone

331400-01-1

210

Task Title

ANNUNCIATOR LIGHT TEST AND DIMMING

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

1 600 FH

Eff

AMM 331400/5
AMT 331400-710-801

ALL

AMM 335100/5
AMT 335100-710-801

ALL

AMM 335100/5
AMT 335100-710-802

ALL

Check : 2A

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF LIGHTS

References

Ctrl

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 EL
200

335100-01-1

OP

CABIN EMERGENCY LIGHTING

1 600 FH

Check : 2A

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY LIGHTS VIA MCDU


Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 EL
210

335100-02-1

OP

CABIN EMERGENCY LIGHTING


BATTERY CAPACITY CHECK VIA MCDU
NOTE:
-AS AN ALTERNATIVE, TASK MAY BE ACCOMPLISHED BY
REPLACING BATTERIES BY FULLY CHARGED UNITS
(REF AMM 335100-710-802-01)AS EXPLAINED IN SIL 33-033
NOTE:As long as all applicable tests of the battery within the aircraft
system or under
storage conditions are passed, the battery can remain in service.

6 MO
See note

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 EL

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

33

LIGHTS

Task Number

Zone

335100-03-1

200
210

Task Title

Task
code

OP

CABIN EMERGENCY LIGHTING

Threshold
Interval

20 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 335100-710-803

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY LIGHTING SYSTEM


AUTOMATIC CONTROL CIRCUIT AND MANUAL ACTIVATION FROM
BOTH CONTROL PANELS AND CHECK ALL LIGHTS AND SIGNS
ILLUMINATED BY BATTERIES
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 EL

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : SYS - 33 [2 / 2]
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: 33

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CHAPTER :

34

NAVIGATION

Task Number

Zone

341300-01-1

210

Task Title

Task
code

OP

AIR DATA REFERENCE

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

Check : 2C

AMM 341100-710-804

ALL

AMM 303100-720-801
ISB 34-3215

1019

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF PITOT PROBES HEATING (115 VAC)


AND ADR/AOA POWER SUPPLY (26 VAC) IN EMERGENCY
CONFIGURATION
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 RA
D

120

341300-02-1

FUC

AIR DATA
FUNCTIONAL TEST OF THE HEATING OF THE THREE AOA
SENSORS.
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

17 000 FH

3 800 FH

24 MO

366

Skills :

2.25 MHrs

1 RA
121
122

341300-03-1

RS

AIR DATA

AMM 341100-170-801
SIL 34-084

ALL

AMM 341100-790-801
AMM 341100/5

ALL

FLUSHING OF PRINCIPAL TOTAL PRESSURE LINES


NOTE:
- THIS TASK PRECLUDES TASK 341300-04-1.
NOTE: RII TASK
Skills :

1.50 MHrs

1 RA
121
122
210

341300-04-1

FUC

AIR DATA
LOW RANGE LEAK CHECK OF PRINCIPAL PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS
NOTE: RII TASK

Check : 2C

Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 RA

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Date

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01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

34

NAVIGATION

Task Number

Zone

341300-05-1

210

Task Title

Task
code

OP

AIR DATA

Threshold
Interval

12 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 341300-710-806

Eff
943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE BACK UP SPEED SCALE DISPLAY

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 RA
341300-06-1

341400-01-1

121
122
123

AIR DATA

210

INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM

OP

800 FH

AMM 341100-170-804

ALL

OP

48 MO

AMM 341100-710-802

ALL

OP

Check : 2C

AMM 341100-710-803

ALL

CLEANING OF 1 OUT OF 3 PITOT PROBES.


NOTE: TASK TO BE PERFORMED ALTERNATELY ON PITOT 1, 2
AND 3.
NOTE: RII TASK

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ATT/HDG SWITCHING


Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 RA
210

341400-02-1

INERTIAL REFERENCE SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ADIRU 1, 2 AND 3 POWER SUPPLY IN
EMERGENCY CONFIGURATION
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

2 RA

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Date

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01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

34

NAVIGATION

Task Number

Zone

342100-01-1

120
130
210

Task Title

STANDBY ALTITUDE AND AIRSPEED

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

SER

Check : 1C

References

Ctrl

DRAIN AND FLUSH STANDBY PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS


NOTE:
- THIS TASK PRECLUDES TASK 342100-02-1.
NOTE: RII TASK

AMM 341100-170-803
SIL 34-084

Eff
275
294
299
366

Access panels :

131NF

132AZ

Total access time :

211BW
821
0.20 Hrs

Skills :

1.65 MHrs

1 AV
210

342100-02-1

STANDBY ALTITUDE AND AIRSPEED

SER

Check : 2C

AMM 341100-790-802

275
294

LOW RANGE LEAK CHECK OF STANDBY PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS


NOTE: RII TASK

299
366

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AV
R

120
130
210

342200-01-1

INTEGRATED STANDBY INSTRUMENT SYSTEM (IS


DRAIN AND FLUSH STANDBY PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS
NOTE:
- THIS TASK PRECLUDES TASK 342200-02-1.
NOTE: RII TASK

FUC

Check : 1C

AMM 342225-170-801
SIL 34-084

943
946
962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.25 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

34

NAVIGATION

Task Number

Zone

342200-02-1

120

Task Title

INTEGRATED STANDBY INSTRUMENT SYSTEM (IS

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

FUC

Check : 2C

References

Ctrl

AMM 342225-790-801

Eff
943
946

LOW RANGE LEAK CHECK OF STANDBY PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS


NOTE: RII TASK

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 AF
R

120
210

342200-03-1

INTEGRATED STANDBY INSTRUMENT SYSTEM (IS

OP

800 FH

AMM 342225-710-801

943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ISIS DC HOT BUS SUPPLY

962
1019
1256
1266

120

344100-02-1

WEATHER RADAR SYSTEM


REMOVE WEATHER RADAR TRANSCEIVER MOUNTING TRAY FILTER
FOR CLEANING.

REM

30 000 FH

72 MO

AMM 344100-100-801

275
294
299
366
946

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CHAPTER :

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NAVIGATION

Task Number

Zone

344200-01-1

150

Task Title

RADIO ALTIMETER

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

30 MO

AMM 344200-750-801

ALL

DIS

144 MO

AMM 344211-920-801
SIL 34-097

ALL

OP

6 MO

AMM 344211-615-801

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION AND OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE


RADIO ALTIMETER FAN.
NOTE:
-36 MONTHS FOR COLLINS RA (POST 41510 OR POST 58883)
-30 MONTHS FOR THALES RA (POST 45022 OR POST 51485 OR
POST 52991 OR POST 56101) AND HONEYWELL RA (POST
43260 OR POST 46732 OR POST 54901)
Access panels :

152PW

152UW

Total access time :

0.60 Hrs

Skills :

0.75 MHrs

1 RA
150

344200-03-1

RADIO ALTIMETER
RADIO ALTIMETER ANTENNAS AND COAXIAL CABLES
REPLACEMENT.
Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 RA
150

344200-04-1

RADIO ALTIMETER
RADIO ALTIMETER ANTENNAS EXTERNAL SURFACE CLEANING.

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

34

NAVIGATION

Task Number

Zone

344800-01-1

210

Task Title

TERRAIN AWARNESS AND WARNING SYSTEM

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

Check : 2C

References

Ctrl

AMM 344800-740-801

Eff
275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF GROUND SELF TEST SYSTEM.

299
366
946
1256
1266

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 RA
210

344800-02-1

TERRAIN AWARENESS WARNING SYSTEM

OP

Check : 2C

AMM 344300-740-802

962

BITE TEST OF THE T2CAS (TAWS PART).

210

345200-01-1

1019

FUC

ATC MODE S (SELECT)

943

24 MO

AMM 345200-720-801

ALL

AMM 345700-710-801

275

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL


TRANSPONDER SYSTEM PER 14 CFR PART 91.413.
210

345300-01-1

AUTOMATIC DIRECTION FINDER (ADF)

OP

Check : 1C

294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ADF 1 IN EMERGENCY CONFIGURATION

299
366

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

2 RA

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

34

NAVIGATION

Task Number

Zone

345500-01-1

210

Task Title

Task
code

OP

VOR/MARKER

Threshold
Interval

Check : 1C

References

Ctrl

AMM 345700-710-802

Eff
275
294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF VOR 1 IN EMERGENCY CONFIGURATION

299
366

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

2 RA

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

35

OXYGEN

Task Number

Zone

351200-03-1

210

Task Title

Task
code

OP

CREW OXYGEN

Threshold
Interval

24 MO

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 351241-710-801

ALL

Check : 1C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FULL-FACE QUICK-DONNING MASK


Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
210

351200-04-1

CREW OXYGEN

VCK

24 MO

AMM 351241-200-803

ALL

SER

24 MO

AMM 351241-100-802

ALL

FUC

6 500 FH

AMM 351000-200-806

ALL

24 MO

AMM 352300-710-808

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF CREW OXYGEN MASKS


(OUT OF BOX WITH HARNESS INFLATED).
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210

351200-05-1

CREW OXYGEN
CLEAN OXYGEN MASKS
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 CL
122
210

351200-07-1

CREW OXYGEN
CROSS CHECK OF QUANTITY INDICATIONS ON ECAM, OXYGEN
FILL PANEL AND GAUGES ON OXYGEN CYLINDERS.
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
200

352001-06-1

PASSENGER OXYGEN (CHEMICAL)

OP

Check : 4C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF IN SEAT POWER SUPPLY


INTERRUPTION
Skills :

0.25 MHrs

1 AF
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CHAPTER :

35

OXYGEN

Task Number

Zone

352100-01-1

200

Task Title

PASSENGER OXYGEN ( CHEMICAL )

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

6 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 352100-710-804

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF MANUAL MASK RELEASE


Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
120
200
210

352100-02-1

PASSENGER OXYGEN ( CHEMICAL )

FUC

Check : 4C

AMM 352100-720-801

ALL

VCK

AMM 352100-210-802

ALL

DVI

Check : 4C

AMM 352100-210-803

ALL

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF AUTOMATIC MASK RELEASE


Access panels :

132AZ
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
200

352100-03-1

PASSENGER OXYGEN ( CHEMICAL )

6 YE

VISUAL CHECK OF CHEMICAL OXYGEN GENERATORS FOR SIGNS


OF DISCHARGE
Skills :

16.50 MHrs

1 AF
200

352100-04-1

PASSENGER OXYGEN (CHEMICAL)


DETAILED INSPECTION OF OXYGEN MASKS
Skills :

16.50 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

35

OXYGEN

Task Number

Zone

353000-01-1

200

Task Title

Task
code

VCK

PORTABLE OXYGEN

Threshold
Interval

8 DY

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 353000-210-801

946

AMM 353152-210-802

ALL

Check : WY

CHECK PRESSURE OF OXYGEN CYLINDER BY READING GAUGE


Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
210

353100-01-1

FLIGHT CREW PORTABLE BREATHING EQPT

VCK

8 DY

Check : WY

CHECK OF TAMPER SEAL/SERVICEABILITY INDICATION OF


PROTECTIVE BREATHING EQUIPMENT.
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
200

353200-01-1

PORTABLE OXYGEN

VCK

72 MO

AMM 353000-210-803

ALL

VCK

8 DY

AMM 353000-210-802

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF OXYGEN CYLINDER


ATTACHMENT.
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
220
230
240
250
260
270

353200-02-1

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

CABIN ATTENDANTS PORTABLE BREATHING EQ


CHECK OF TAMPER SEAL/SERVICEABILITY INDICATION ON
PROTECTIVE BREATHING EQUIPMENT

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Check : WY

Page : SYS - 35 [3 / 4]
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: 35

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CHAPTER :

35

OXYGEN

Task Number

Zone

353200-06-1

200

Task Title

Task
code

DI

PORTABLE OXYGEN

Threshold
Interval

24 MO

References

Ctrl

AMM 353000-210-811

DETAILED INSPECTION OF THE OXYGEN CONTINOUS FLOW


MASK.
Skills :

0.70 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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: 35

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CHAPTER :

36

PNEUMATIC

Task Number

Zone

361100-03-1

450
460

Task Title

ENGINE BLEED AIR SUPPLY


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF OVERPRESSURE VALVE
NOTE : EXTENDED RANGE OPERATIONS RELATED TASK.
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP
FUC

20 000 FH

AMM 361153-720-808

ALL

OP

36 MO

AMM 361100-710-815
CMP 36-2-0000-002

ALL

Access panels :

415BL

417AL

Total access time :

425BL
427AL
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 EN
210

361100-05-1

ENGINE BLEED AIR VALVE


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF MANUAL BLEED SHUT OFF
NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

36

PNEUMATIC

Task Number

Zone

361100-11-1

210
450
460

Task Title

Task
code

CHK

ENGINE BLEED AIR SUPPLY

Threshold
Interval

36 MO

Eff

AMM 361100-790-803
SIL 36-049

ALL

AMM 361141-220-801

ALL

See note

PERFORM LEAK CHECK OF THE PYLON DUCT SLEEVES COMBO


SEALS
NOTE:
- DEPENDING ON OPERATING ENVIRONMENT AND OPERATORS
EXPERIENCE, A LESS OR MORE FREQUENT INITIAL INTERVAL
MAY BE USED
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

References

Ctrl

Access panels :

417AL

451BL

Total access time :

451BR
461BL
0.00 Hrs

461BR

Skills :

3.00 MHrs

1 EN
410
420

361141-04-1

REM

ENGINE BLEED AIR SUPPLY

10 000 FH

REMOVE IP BLEED CHECK VALVE FOR DETAILED INSPECTION


NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 EN

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

36

PNEUMATIC

Task Number

Zone

361143-01-1

450
460

Task Title

Task
code

REM

ENGINE BLEED AIR SUPPLY


REMOVE THE FILTER OF THE FAN AIR VALVE-CONTROL
THERMOSTAT FOR CLEANING.
NOTE:
- DEPENDING ON OPERATING ENVIRONMENT AND OPERATOR'S EXPERIENCE,
A LESS OR MORE FREQUENT INITIAL INTERVAL MAY BE USED.
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

Threshold
Interval

6 000 FH
See note

References

Ctrl

AMM 361143-100-801
SIL 36-055

Access panels :

452CL

462CR

Total access time :

0.86 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

36

PNEUMATIC

Task Number

Zone

361148-03-1

520
620

Task
code

Task Title

CHK

WING BLEED AIR DUCTING

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

See note

AMM 361148-790-801
SIL 36-049

ALL

Check : 4C

PERFORM LEAK CHECK ON BLEED AIR DUCTING IN THE WING


AREA BETWEEN BLEED AIR PRECOOLER, WING ANTI ICE
VALVES AND WING/FUSELAGE CONNECTION
NOTE:
- DEPENDING ON OPERATING ENVIRONMENT AND OPERATORS
EXPERIENCE, A LESS OR MORE FREQUENT INITIAL INTERVAL
MAY BE USED
PREP. : SLATS EXTENDED;
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

References

Eff

Access panels :

521AB
522AB
621FB

521BB
522BB
621GB

Total access time :

521CB
522CB
621JB

521DB
621AB
622AB

521FB
621BB
622BB

521GB
621CB
622CB

521JB
621DB

0.60 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
210

361155-01-1

ENGINE AIR BLEED SUPPLY

OP

10 000 FH

AMM 361100-710-822

ALL

OP

3 600 CY

ALL

50 MO

AMM 361200-710-802
CMP 36-2-0000-004

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CLOSING SIGNAL TO ISOLATION


SOLENOID FROM FIRE P/B SW.
210

361200-01-3

APU BLEED AIR VALVE AND CROSSBLEED


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CROSSBLEED VALVE IN MANUAL MODE
NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 EN
Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

36

PNEUMATIC

Task Number

Zone

361241-01-2

100
300

Task Title

Task
code

CHK

APU BLEED AIR SUPPLY


PERFORM LEAK CHECK ON APU BLEED AIR DUCTING (UPSTREAM
THE APU BLEED CHECK VALVE)
NOTE:
- DEPENDING ON OPERATING ENVIRONMENT AND OPERATORS
EXPERIENCE, A LESS OR MORE FREQUENT INITIAL INTERVAL
MAY BE USED
PREP. : BELLY FAIRING PANELS Z191;
BELLY FAIRING PANELS Z195;
BELLY FAIRING PANELS Z197;
SIDEWALL LININGS Z151;
SIDEWALL LININGS Z161;
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

See note

References

AMM 361200-790-801

Check : 4C

Access panels :

151EW

151GW

Total access time :

151JW
151RW
0.00 Hrs

151TW

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 EN

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

36

PNEUMATIC

Task Number

Zone

361242-01-1

191
192
193

Task Title

BLEED AIR SUPPLY AND CROSSBLEED DUCTING

Task
code

CHK

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

See note

AMM 361242-790-801

ALL

AMM 361242-000-802
SIL 36-049

275

References

Eff

Check : 4C

PERFORM LEAK CHECK ON BLEED AIR DUCTING IN THE


FUSELAGE AREA BETWEEN THE APU BLEED CHECK VALVE, AIR
CONDITIONING PACK AND WING/FUSELAGE CONNECTION
NOTE : DEPENDING ON OPERATING ENVIRONMENT ANDATORS
OPERATORS EXPERIENCE, A LESS OR MORE FREQUENTTERVAL
INITIAL INTERVAL MAY BE USED.
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

191FB

192GB

Total access time :

193AB
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

3.00 MHrs

1 EN
191
192
193

361242-02-1

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

BLEED AIR SUPPLY AND CROSSBLEED DUCTING


REMOVE AND REPLACE COMBO SEALS ON THE PACK INLET, ON
SLEEVES DOWNSTREAM AND UPSTREAM OF THE FCV
NOTE:
- TASK MAY BE COMBINED WITH TASK 215000-12-1
- DEPENDING ON OPERATING ENVIRONMENT AND OPERATOR'S
EXPERIENCE, A LESS OR MORE FREQUENT INITIAL INTERVAL
MAY BE USED

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

DIS

36 MO

294
299
366

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CHAPTER :

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PNEUMATIC

Task Number

Zone

361251-01-3

193

Task Title

Task
code

DVI

APU BLEED CHECK VALVE

Threshold
Interval

8 500 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 361251-200-803

Eff
275
294

REMOVE APU BLEED CHECK VALVE FOR DETAILED INSPECTION


NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEMS

299
366

Access panels :

191FB
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 EN
R

193

361251-01-4

APU BLEED CHECK VALVE

DI

10 000 CY

AMM 361251-200-803

943
946

REMOVE APU BLEED CHECK VALVE FOR DETAILED INSPECTION


TASK APPLICABLE BEFORE 361251-01-3
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

962
1019
1256
1266

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Date

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01/12/2013

Amendment No
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: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

38

WATER / WASTE

Task Number

Zone

381000-VNA-1

100

Task Title

Task
code

FUC

POTABLE WATER

100
200

POTABLE WATER
DISINFECT POTABLE WATER SYSTEM

1 600 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 381000-790-801

ALL

AMM 381000-670-801

ALL

Check : 2A

LEAK CHECK OF THE FILL/OVERFLOW/DRAIN VALVES 9MA AND 22MA


NOTE: PERFORM ADDITIONAL VISUAL INSPECTION TO THE VALVE
9MA AND CABLE CONTROL ASSY
381000-01-1

Threshold
Interval

DIS
RS

DIS

3 MO

AMM 381223-920-802

946

DIS

3 MO

AMM 381223/3
AMT 381223-920-803

943

3 MO
See note

Access panels :

133BL

154AR

Total access time :

164AR
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.50 MHrs

1 UT
R

200

381000-02-1

POTABLE WATER
DISCARD WATER FILTER CARTRIDGE OF THE LAVATORIES
Skills :

1.60 MHrs

1 UT
R

200

381000-03-1

POTABLE
DISCARD WATER FILTER CARTRIDGE OF THE GALLEYS
NOTE: IF WATER FILTER OF THE GALLEY INSTALLED

946
962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

Amendment No
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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

38

WATER / WASTE

Task Number

Zone

381000-04-1

154
164

Task Title

POTABLE WATER

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

DIS

Check : 1C

References

Ctrl

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FILL/DRAIN OVERFLOW VALVE FOR


LEAKAGE

AMM 381000-710-805
ISB 38-3039

Eff
275
294
299
366

Skills :

3.50 MHrs

1 AF
200

383100-01-1

SER

VACUUM TOILET SYSTEM

See note

AMM 383100-100-809

ALL

AMM 383100-100-803

ALL

AMM 383147-100-801

ALL

Check : 1C

CLEAN THE TOILET ASSEMBLIES SPRAY RING


NOTE: INTERVAL MAY BE ADJUSTED ACCORDING TO OPERATOR
EXPERIENCE
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 UT
170
200

383100-02-1

VACUUM TOILET SYSTEM


HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING OF THE WASTE LINES
NOTE: INTERVAL MAY BE ADJUSTED ACCORDING TO OPERATOR
EXPERIENCE

SER
RS

8 500 FH

24 MO

REM

3 200 FH

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 UT
170

383100-03-1

TOILET SYSTEM
DISCARD WATER SEPARATOR.
PREP. : TOILET SYSTEM DISINFECTED;
TOILET SYSTEM DRAINED AND FLUSHED;

Check : 4A

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 UT

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Date

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01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

38

WATER / WASTE

Task Number

Zone

383100-04-1

200

Task Title

Task
code

SER

TOILET SYSTEM

Threshold
Interval

350 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 383100-100-812

ALL

AMM 383100-100-808
MRB 38.31.00/05
SIL 38-028

ALL

AMM 383147-100-802

ALL

Check : WY

CLEANING OF VACUUM WASTE LINES WITH CHEMICAL CLEANING


AGENT AND CRUSHED ICE.
PREP. : TOILET SYSTEM DRAINED AND FLUSHED;
Skills :

6.00 MHrs

1 UT
170

383100-05-1

RS

TOILET SYSTEM
CLEANING OF LIQUID LEVEL SENSORS, WASTE TANKS AND
WASTE DRAIN LINES.
PREP. : TOILET SYSTEM DISINFECTED;
TOILET SYSTEM DRAINED AND FLUSHED;

10 000 FH

24 MO

3 200 FH

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 UT
170

383100-06-1

SER

TOILET SYSTEM
REMOVE FILTER OF POLAR CAP ASSY FOR CLEANING.
PREP. : TOILET SYSTEM DISINFECTED;
TOILET SYSTEM DRAINED AND FLUSHED;

Check : 4A

Skills :

1.50 MHrs

1 UT

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

38

WATER / WASTE

Task Number

Zone

383100-07-1

170

Task Title

Task
code

RS

TOILET SYSTEM

Threshold
Interval

3 200 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 383157-100-802

ALL

AMM 383200/7
AMT 383200-100-804

ALL

AMM 384100-920-801

ALL

Check : 4A

CLEANING OF RINSE NOZZLES AND REFERENCE PRESSURE LINE


OF LIQUID LEVEL TRANSMITTER.
PREP. : TOILET SYSTEM DISINFECTED;
TOILET SYSTEM DRAINED AND FLUSHED;
Access panels :

161XW

162ZW

Total access time :

823
0.54 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
200

383242-01-1

WASTE WATER DRAIN

CLN

DIS

Check : 4C

600 FH

CLEANING OF FILTER ELEMENTS OF WASHBASIN DRAIN VALVE


Skills :

0.25 MHrs

1 AF
152

384142-01-1

AIR SUPPLY SYSTEM


DISCARD SYSTEM FILTER ELEMENT
Access panels :

152JW
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 CA

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

38

WATER / WASTE

Task Number

Zone

384200-01-1

172

Task Title

AIR SUPPLY SYSTEM

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

DIS

DIS

Check : 4C

20 000 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 384200-200-801

ALL

AMM 384200-920-801

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF COMPRESSOR INLET FILTER


Access panels :

162ZW
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 CA
172

384242-01-1

AIR SUPPLY SYSTEM


DISCARD COMPRESSOR OUTLET FILTER ELEMENT
Access panels :

162ZW
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 CA

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

47

INERT GAS GENERATION SYSTEM

Task Number

Zone

470000-01-1

191

Task Title

INERT GAS SYSTEM

Task
code

DIS

Threshold
Interval

7 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 471041-920-801

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

1256
1266

DISCARD FILTER ELEMENT

Issue No

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CHAPTER :

49

AIRBORNE AUXILLIARY POWER UNIT

Task Number

Zone

491200-01-1

315

Task Title

APU MOUNTS

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

10 000 FH

AMM 491200-200-801

ALL

GVI

12 000 FH

AMM 491300-200-801

ALL

GVI

10 000 FH

AMM 491700-210-801
MRB 49.17.00/02-35

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF APU SUSPENSION SYSTEM


INCLUDING SHOCKMOUNT STRUCTURE AND BRACKETS
Access panels :

315AL

316AR

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.33 MHrs

1 EN
310

491300-01-1

FIRE SEALS
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF ALL APU COMPARTMENT FIRE
SEALS, WALLS INCLUDING FORWARD, AFT, UPPER, SIDES AND
COMPARTMENT DOORS.
Access panels :

315AL

316AR

Total access time :

0.08 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
310

491700-02-1

POWERPLANT DRAIN SYSTEM


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF DRAIN PIPES.

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

49

AIRBORNE AUXILLIARY POWER UNIT

Task Number

Zone

493100-01-3

310

Task Title

Task
code

VCK

APU FUEL DISTRIBUTION


VISUAL CHECK OF DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE INDICATOR
BUTTON ON FUEL FILTER
NOTE :
- TASK TO BE ACCOMPLISHED AT 150FH, 400FH, AND 800FH
AFTER AIRCRAFT DELIVERY. THEREAFTER EVERY 1000 AH.
- TASK TO BE ACCOMPLISHED AT 150FH AND 400FH AFTER
MAJOR TANK REPAIR. THEREAFTER EVERY 1000AH.
NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

Threshold
Interval

150 FH

1 000 AH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 493241-210-801
CMP 49-2-2003-002

ALL

AMM 496200-710-801

ALL

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 EN
210

496200-01-1

OP

EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN CIRCUIT USING
APU STOP SWITCH 1KL
NOTE: THIS TASK MUST BE PERFORMED AT THE SAME TIME AS TASK 496200-02-1
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

See note
Check : 2C

Access panels :

121EL
Total access time :

0.01 Hrs

Skills :

0.33 MHrs

1 EN

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Date

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01/12/2013

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: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

49

AIRBORNE AUXILLIARY POWER UNIT

Task Number

Zone

496200-02-1

210

Task Title

EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 2C

AMM 496200-710-803

ALL

DI

AMM 498145-210-802

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN CIRCUIT USING


APU STOP SWITCH 1KL
NOTE: THIS TASK MUST BE PERFORMED AT THE SAME TIME AS
TASK 496200-01-1
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

198DB
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.33 MHrs

1 EN
310

498100-01-1

APU EXHAUST

20 000 FH

DETAILED INSPECTION OF SEALING RING COUPLING AND


BELLOWS
Access panels :

315AL

316AR

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 EN

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

49

AIRBORNE AUXILLIARY POWER UNIT

Task Number

Zone

498100-02-1

310

Task Title

APU EXHAUST

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

DI

10 000 FH

AMM 498145-210-801

ALL

VCK

500 AP

AMM 499141-210-801
CMP 49-2-2003-003
CMP 49-2-2003-004

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF V-CLAMP, EXHAUST DUCT AND


EXHAUST DUCT HEAT INSULATION.
Access panels :

315AL

316AR

Total access time :

317AL
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.33 MHrs

1 EN
310

499100-01-2

APU OIL SYSTEM


CHECK DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE INDICATOR BUTTON
- ON LUBE FILTER
- ON GENERATOR SCAVENGE FILTER.
NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
RECORD APU HOUR AND CYCLE
- APU HOUR:
- APU CYCLE:

Check : WY

Access panels :

315AL

316AR

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 EN

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

49

AIRBORNE AUXILLIARY POWER UNIT

Task Number

Zone

499100-03-1

310

Task Title

APU OIL SYSTEM

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

References

Eff

DI

800 FH
See note
Check : 1A

AMM 242351-210-801
SIL 24-079

ALL

DI

AMM 499141-210-808
SIL 24-079

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF APU GENERATOR DRAIN PLUG FOR


DETECTION OF METALLIC DEBRIS.
NOTE: WHICHEVER OCCURS LATER.
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

315AL

316AR

Total access time :

0.08 Hrs

Skills :

0.75 MHrs

1 EN
310

499100-05-1

APU OIL SYSTEM


DETAILED INSPECTION OF APU GENERATOR SCAVENGE OIL
FILTER ELEMENT AND HOUSING FOR DETECTION OF MAGNETIC
METALLIC DEBRIS.
NOTE: WHICHEVER OCCURS LATER.
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

800 FH
See note
Check : 1A

Access panels :

315AL

316AR

Total access time :

0.08 Hrs

Skills :

0.75 MHrs

1 EN

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
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: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

521000-01-1

831
832
833
841
842
843

Task Title

PASSENGER/CREW DOORS

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

FUC

48 MO

AMM 521000-720-801

ALL

OP

48 MO

AMM 521000-710-804

ALL

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 521000-710-802

ALL

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF LOCKING MECHANISM


NOTE: TASKS APPLY ONLY WHEN THE DOOR IS USED
REGULARLY DURING DAY TO DAY OPERATION. ANY DOOR
INFREQUENTLY USED SHALL BE MAINTAINED AS A PASSENGER
COMPARTMENT EMERGENCY EXIT. REFER TO MPD 522200-02-1
Skills :

3.00 MHrs

1 AF
831
832
833
841
842
843

521000-02-1

PASSENGER/CREW DOORS
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ESCAPE SLIDE DISARMING WHEN DOOR
IS OPENED FROM OUTSIDE

Skills :

1.80 MHrs

1 AF
831
832
833
841
842
843

521000-03-1

PASSENGER/CREW DOORS
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DOOR LATCHING IN FULLY OPEN
POSITION
NOTE: TASKS APPLY ONLY WHEN THE DOOR IS USED
REGULARLY DURING DAY TO DAY OPERATION. ANY DOOR
INFREQUENTLY USED SHALL BE MAINTAINED AS A PASSENGER
COMPARTMENT EMERGENCY EXIT. REFER TO MPD 522200-01-1
Skills :

1.80 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

521000-04-1

831
832
833
841
842
843

Task Title

Task
code

OP

PASSENGER/CREW DOORS

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

Check : 4C

AMM 521000-710-805

ALL

FUC

AMM
AOT
EAD
FAD

521000-200-805
52A3063
2010-0135
2011-09-06

ALL

LUB

Check : 1C

AMM 122252-600-802

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK TO ENSURE THAT ESCAPE SLIDE ARMING


LEVER IS LOCKED IN DISARMED POSITION WHEN DOOR IS
OPEN
Skills :

1.80 MHrs

1 AF
R

831
832
833
841
842
843

521000-07-1

PASSENGER/CREW DOOR

18 MO

FUNCTIONAL CHECK AND LUBRICATION OF DOOR GIRT BAR


SLIDER MECHANISM.

Skills :

4.50 MHrs

1 AF
831
832
833
841
842
843

521121-01-1

PASSENGER/CREW DOORS
LUBRICATION OF TELESCOPIC ARM AND EXTERIOR CONTROL
HANDLE
NOTE: TASKS APPLY ONLY WHEN THE DOOR IS USED
REGULARLY DURING DAY TO DAY OPERATION. ANY DOOR
INFREQUENTLY USED SHALL BE MAINTAINED AS A PASSENGER
COMPARTMENT EMERGENCY EXIT. REFER TO MPD 522200-03-1
Skills :

3.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

522200-01-1

834
844

Task Title

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT EMERGENCY EXIT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

24 MO

AMM 522200-710-801

ALL

FUC

48 MO

AMM 522200-720-801

ALL

LUB

24 MO

AMM 122252-600-807

ALL

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 522200-710-802

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DOOR UNLOCKING/LOCKING AND DOOR


OPENING/CLOSING FROM INSIDE AND OUTSIDE AND DOOR
LATCHING IN FULLY OPEN POSITION
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
834
844

522200-02-1

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT EMERGENCY EXIT


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF LOCKING MECHANISM
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
834
844

522200-03-1

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT EMERGENCY EXIT


LUBRICATION OF TELESCOPIC ARM AND EXTERIOR CONTROL
HANDLE
Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 LU
834
844

522200-04-1

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT EMERGENCY EXIT


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DOOR DAMPING, ESCAPE SLIDE
RELEASE MECHANISM DISARMING, AND TO ENSURE THAT DOOR
CANNOT BE LOWERED AND LOCKED WHEN OPEN
Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

522200-05-1

834
844

Task Title

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT EMERGENCY EXIT

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

OP

OP

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 522200-710-803

ALL

Check : 4C

AMM 522200-710-804

ALL

AMM
AOT
EAD
FAD

ALL

48 MO

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ESCAPE SLIDE DISARMING WHEN DOOR


IS OPENED FROM OUTSIDE
Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
834
844

522200-06-1

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT EMERGENCY EXIT


OPERATIONAL CHECK TO ENSURE THAT ESCAPE SLIDE ARMING
LEVER IS LOCKED IN DISARMED POSITION WHEN DOOR IS
OPEN
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
R

834
844

522200-09-1

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT EMERGENCY EXIT


FUNCTIONAL CHECK AND LUBRICATION OF DOOR GIRT BAR
SLIDER MECHANISM.

FUC

18 MO

522200-200-805
52A3063
2010-0135
2011-09-06

Skills :

1.50 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

523100-01-1

821

Task Title

FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

LUB

Check : 1C

AMM 122252-600-801

ALL

FUC

Check : 4C

AMM 523100-720-801

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

LUBRICATION OF HINGE ARM BEARINGS AND OF LOCKING -,


LATCHING - AND INTERLOCK MECHANISM
Access panels :

132AR
132HR
821DR

132BR
132JR

Total access time :

132CR
132KR

132DR
132LR

132ER
821AR

132FR
821BR

132GR
821CR

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
821

523100-02-1

FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF :
- LATCHING AND LOCKING HANDLE FORCES,
- OVERCENTER POSITIONS,
- WEAR OF LATCHING AND LOCKING MECHANISM,
- ADJUSTMENT OF INTERLOCK MECHANISM
NOTE: RII TASK
Access panels :

821AR

821BR

Total access time :

821CR

821DR

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.20 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

523200-01-1

822

Task Title

AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

LUB

Check : 1C

AMM 122252-600-808

ALL

FUC

Check : 4C

AMM 523200-720-801

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

LUBRICATION OF HINGE ARM BEARINGS AND OF LOCKING -,


LATCHING - AND INTERLOCK MECHANISM
Access panels :

152AR
152HR
822DR

152BR
152JR

Total access time :

152CR
152KR

152DR
152LR

152ER
822AR

152FR
822BR

152GR
822CR

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 LU
822

523200-02-1

AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF :
- LATCHING AND LOCKING HANDLE FORCES,
- OVERCENTER POSITIONS,
- WEAR OF LATCHING AND LOCKING MECHANISM,
- ADJUSTMENT OF INTERLOCK MECHANISM
NOTE: RII TASK
Access panels :

822AR

822BR

Total access time :

822CR

822DR

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.20 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

523300-01-1

823

Task Title

BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 523311-710-801

ALL

LUB

Check : 1C

AMM 122252-600-803

ALL

AMM 524200/6
ISB 52-3077

275

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DOOR BALANCE MECHANISM AND OF


DOOR LATCHING IN FULLY OPEN POSITION
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
823

523300-03-1

BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR


LUBRICATION OF BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR COMPONENTS
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
150

524000-01-1

POTABLE WATER SERVICE DOOR

DI

1 200 FH

DETAILED INSPECTION OF HINGES OF THE POTABLE WATER


SERVICE DOOR 154AR FOR WEAR.
NOTE: REFER TO ISB 52-3077 FOR THRESHOLD AND INTERVAL

294
299
366

Access panels :

154AR

164AR

Total access time :

171AL
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 AF
220

525111-02-1

DI

COCKPIT DOOR

48 MO

AMM 525100-200-801

DETAILED INSPECTION OF MECHANICAL PARTS OF DOOR


LOCKING SYSTEM
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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ALL

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

525111-03-1

220

Task Title

COCKPIT DOOR

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

48 MO

AMM 525100-710-805

ALL

DI

42 MO

AMM 256800-220-801

275

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ALL PRESSURE SENSING CHANNELS


FOR RAPID DECOMPRESSION, CHECK OF DOOR OPENING IN
CASE OF POWER OFF AND BY USING THE EMERGENCY CODE
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
220

525111-05-1

COCKPIT DOOR

294

DETAILED INSPECTION OF FLAP BELLOW

299
366

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
R

220

525111-07-1

OP

COCKPIT DOOR

72 MO

AMM 256800-710-805

943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FLAP RELEASE MECHANISM (MANUAL


OPENING).

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

525111-08-1

220

Task Title

Task
code

GVI

COCKPIT DOOR

Threshold
Interval

72 MO

References

Ctrl

AMM 256800-210-803

Eff
943
946

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF AIR CYLINDER OF


DECOMPRESSION PANEL.

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
210

527100-01-1

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 527100-710-801

ALL

OP

AMM 527100-710-802

ALL

DOOR AND ESCAPE SLIDE CONTROL

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 527100-710-803

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF RESIDUAL CABIN PRESSURE WARNING


SYSTEM AND FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF ASSOCIATED PRESSURE
SWITCH

FUC

DOOR WARNING SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DOOR WARNING SYSTEM
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
210

527100-02-1

DOOR AND ESCAPE SLIDE RELEASE CONTROL

48 MO

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY ESCAPE SLIDE RELEASE


WARNING SYSTEM
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
100
120
200

527100-03-1

Skills :

2.40 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

527100-04-1

210

Task Title

DOOR AND ESCAPE SLIDE CONTROL

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

FUC

8 MO

AMM 527100-740-803

ALL

OP

3 200 FH

AMM 527100-740-804

ALL

CHECK BATTERY CAPACITY OF AUTONOMOUS STANDBY POWER


SUPPLY UNIT (ASPSU)
NOTE: AS AN ALTERNATIVE, TASK MAY BY ACCOMPLISHED BY
REPLACING BATTERIES BY FULLY-CHARGED UNITS (REF. AMM
527136/4, 52-71-36-000-802) AND SENDING REMOVED
BATTERIES TO WORKSHOP.
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
210

527100-07-1

DOOR AND ESCAPE SLIDE CONTROL


BITE TEST OF AUTONOMOUS STANDBY POWER SUPPLY UNIT
(ASPSU)

Check : 4A

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

53

FUSELAGE

Task Number

Zone

531900-01-1

100

Task Title

FUSELAGE DRAINS

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

VCK

Check : 1C

AMM 530000-200-801

ALL

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 530000-200-802

ALL

SDI

12 YE

AMM 532100-200-814

ALL

12 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DRAIN HOLES IN LOWER PART OF FR1


AND FR80 (FROM INSIDE).
Access panels :

121AF

162ZW

Total access time :

811
823
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
100

531900-02-1

FUSELAGE DRAINS
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DRAIN HOLES IN UNPRESSURIZED
PART OF FUSELAGE (IN RADOME, FORWARD OF FR1, BEHIND
REAR PRESSURE BULKHEAD, IN BELLY FAIRING, TAIL CONE
AND IN CARGO COMPARTMENT DOORS).
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
233
234

532136-01-1

MAIN STRUCTURE
SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL SKIN
UNDERNEATH ACOUSTIC INSULATION PANELS FROM FR 18 TO
FR 32, BETWEEN STR 3 AND CROWN CENTER LINE, LH/RH AND
- BETWEEN STR 7 TO STR 17, LH/RH.
NOTE: CPCP
Skills :

3.00 MHrs

1 NDT

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

53

FUSELAGE

Task Number

Zone

532900-01-1

100
821
822

Task Title

FUSELAGE DRAINS
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF PISTON TYPE DRAIN VALVES IN
LOWER FUSELAGE SHELL (FROM OUTSIDE) AND IN FWD AND
AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT DOORS.

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

VCK
OP

Check : 1C

AMM 530000-200-803

ALL

GVI

Check : 4C

AMM 530000-200-804

ALL

References

Ctrl

Eff

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
100

532900-02-1

FUSELAGE DRAINS
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF HOLES OF PISTON TYPE
DRAIN OR PRESSURE DRAIN VALVES AND PRESSURE SEAL
DRAINS FROM INSIDE (IN FUSELAGE BILGE AREA, AT UPPER
AFT END OF CENTER WING BOX AND IN CARGO COMPARTMENT
DOORS).
PREP. : FLOOR PANELS Z120;
FLOOR PANELS Z130;
FLOOR PANELS Z150;
FLOOR PANELS Z160;
FLOOR PANELS Z250;
INSULATION Z821;
INSULATION Z822;
LD-MCR IF INSTALLED;
LINING Z821;
LINING Z822;
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

53

FUSELAGE

Task Number

Zone

533900-01-1

140

Task
code

Task Title

FUSELAGE DRAINS

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 533900-200-801

ALL

OP

Check : 1C

AMM 530000-200-805

ALL

DI

6 YE

AMM 535100-200-815

ALL

6 YE

5 MO

AMM 530000/6
AMT 530000-200-806

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ( RUBBER FLAP ) PRESSURE SEAL


DRAIN AT UPPER AFT END OF CENTER WING BOX (FROM MAIN
LANDING GEAR BAY).
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
823

534900-01-1

BULK CARGO DOOR


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF (RUBBER FLAP) PRESSURE SEAL
DRAIN OF BULK CARGO DOOR (FROM OUTSIDE)
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
321
323

535116-01-2

MAIN STRUCTURE
DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE EXTERNAL SURFACE
UNDERNEATH FIN TO FUSELAGE FAIRING AND FIN TO
FUSELAGE ATTACH FITTINGS INCLUDING SIDE LOAD FITTINGS
Access panels :

321AL

323CL

Total access time :

323CR

323DL

323DR

325LL

325LR

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
310

535900-01-1

OP

REAR FUSELAGE DRAIN


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DRAIN MAST AFT OF FR80
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
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Date

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01/12/2013

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

54

NACELLES / PYLONS

Task Number

Zone

545100-03-1

450
460

Task
code

Task Title

NACELLE/PYLON DRAIN

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 2C

AMM 545000-200-813

ALL

DI

42 MO

AMM 545000-220-807

ALL

SDI

42 MO

AMM 545000-290-807

ALL

OPERATIONAL AND VISUAL CHECK OF COMPARTMENT A, C AND


F AND OF HYDRAULIC AND FUEL PAN DRAIN SYSTEM
Access panels :

415AL
428AR
454KL
464KL

416AR
451DL
461DL

Total access time :

417AL
452CR
462CR

418AR
453BL
463BL

425AL
453CL
463CL

426AR
454BL
464BL

427AL
454DL
464DL

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
545100-06-1

545100-09-1

Issue No

Date

450
460

NACELLE/PYLON DRAIN (PW 4000)

450
460

NACELLE/PYLON DRAIN (PW 4000)

10
01/12/2013

DETAILED INSPECTION OF COMPARTMENT A AND F DRAIN LINE


WITH LAPF REMOVED.
NOTE:
- THIS TASK IS AN ALTERNATIVE TASK TO 545100-09-1

SPECIAL DETAILED (BOROSCOPE) INSPECTION OF


COMPARTMENT A AND F DRAIN LINE WITH LAPF INSTALLED.
NOTE:
- THIS TASK IS AN ALTERNATIVE TASK TO 545100-06-1

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

54

NACELLES / PYLONS

Task Number

Zone

545611-01-1

450
460

Task
code

Task Title

DI

PYLON/NACELLE

Threshold
Interval

Check : 1C

References

Ctrl

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF THE LOWER AFT PYLON


FAIRING (LAPF) ASSEMBLY FOR CRACKS AND SEAL
DETERIORATION.
NOTE:
FOR THRESHOLD/INTERVAL, REFER TO ISB PW4G-100-54-03

AMM 545600-210-801
VSB PW4G-100-54-03

Eff
275
294
299
366

Access panels :

415BL
428AR

416BR

Total access time :

417AL

418AR

425BL

426BR

427AL

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
450
460

545611-02-1

DI

NACELLE/PYLONS
DETAILED INSPECTION OF THE LOWER AFT PYLON FAIRING
(LAPF) FIREWALL FOR CRACKS
NOTE:
FOR THRESHOLD/INTERVAL, REFER TO AD 2006-10-13

1 000 FH

AMM
EAD
FAD
ISB
VSB

545600-200-804
F-2004-028R2
2006-10-13
54-3021
PW4G-100-54-05

Access panels :

415BL
428AR

416BR

Total access time :

417AL

418AR

425BL

426BR

427AL

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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: 06/09/2014

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275
294
299
366

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CHAPTER :

55

STABILIZERS

Task Number

Zone

551028-01-4

333
343

Task Title

Task
code

DI

HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
DETAILED INSPECTION OF HORIZONTAL STABILIZER CENTER
BOX TOP SKIN UPPER SURFACE CHORDWISE SPLICES, FIVE
(5) REARMOST ROWS OF FASTENERS OUTBOARD OF FUSELAGE
FAIRINGS

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

AMM 551100-200-811

Eff
943

60 000 FH

17 000 CY

962

9 800 FH

1019

1 500 CY

1256
1266

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 AF
333
343

551028-01-8

310

551600-01-1

DI

HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
DETAILED INSPECTION OF HORIZONTAL STABILIZER CENTER
BOX TOP SKIN UPPER SURFACE CHORDWISE SPLICES, FIVE
(5) REARMOST ROWS OF FASTENERS OUTBOARD OF FUSELAGE
FAIRINGS
NOTE: THIS TASK IS AN ALTERNATIVE TO TASK 551028-02-8
NOTE: APPLY TASK 551028-02-8

LUBRICATION OF THS HINGE LINE BEARINGS

60 000 FH

20 000 CY

9 000 FH

AMM 551100-200-811

275

AMM 122253-600-801

ALL

2 500 CY
See note
Check : NT

LUB

THS ATTACH FITTINGS

10 000 FH

24 MO

Access panels :

313AL
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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CHAPTER :

55

STABILIZERS

Task Number

Zone

551600-02-1

310

Task Title

Task
code

LUB

THS ATTACH FITTINGS


LUBRICATION OF UPPER AND LOWER FRAME ATTACHMENT
BEARINGS

Threshold
Interval

10 000 FH

24 MO

6 YE

6 YE

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 122253-600-802

ALL

AMM 553000-210-815

943

Access panels :

313AL
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
R

300

553020-01-1

GVI

VERTICAL STABILIZER
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF VERTICAL STABILIZER SKIN
PANELS FROM FRONT TO REAR SPAR AND FROM FIN/FUSELAGE
FAIRING TO TOP, EXTERNAL SURFACE LH/RH.

946
962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 AF
323

553024-01-1

VERTICAL STABILIZER
DETAILED INSPECTION OF VERTICAL STABILIZER, FWD,
CENTER AND AFT MAIN FITTINGS AND SIDELOAD FITTINGS.

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

DI

6 YE

6 YE

AMM 553000-210-805

275
294
299
366

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: 55

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CHAPTER :

56

WINDOWS

Task Number

Zone

561000-01-1

210

Task Title

Task
code

DVI

COCKPIT WINDOWS

Threshold
Interval

800 FH

Eff

AMM 561000/6
AMT 561000-200-801
SIL 56-017

ALL

AMM 561000-200-802
SIL 56-017

ALL

AMM 561200-200-801

ALL

Check : 1A

DETAILED INSPECTION OF ALL COCKPIT WINDOWS FROM


INSIDE.

References

Ctrl

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
210

561000-02-1

COCKPIT WINDOWS

DVI

DVI

Check : 2C

18 MO

DETAILED INSPECTION OF
-FRONT WINDSHIELD WEATHER SEAL
-SIDE WIMDOWS BONDING STRIP RECOVERING SEAL
-FRONT WINDSHIELD IN AREA OF BUS BAR FOR BURN SPOTS
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
210

561200-01-1

SLIDING WINDOWS
DETAILED INSPECTION OF WINDOW SEALS

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

57

WINGS

Task Number

Zone

572900-01-1

540
640

Task Title

SLAT TRACK CANS DRAIN

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 572900-210-801

ALL

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 573900-210-801

ALL

OP

Check : 4C

AMM 57-59-00-210-801
AMM 575900-210-801

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DRAIN HOSES AND DESIGNATED DRAIN


HOLES FOR CLOGGING
Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
535
635

573900-01-1

WING TIP DRAIN


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DRAIN HOLES FOR CLOGGING
Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
500
600

575900-01-1

WING TRAILING AND LEADING EDGES DRAIN


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DRAIN HOLES FOR CLOGGING
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

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01/12/2013

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

71

POWER PLANT - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

711300-P1-1

411
421

Task Title

Task
code

DI

FAN COWL

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

Check : 1C

AMM 716100-220-801

ALL

AMM 711300-720-802

ALL

AMM
EAD
FAD
ISB
VSB

712111-210-803
2012-0094
2006-16-05
71-3028
PW4G-100-A71-32

ALL

SB

PW4G-100-71-10

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF AIR INTAKE COWL LIP AND INNER


SKIN
Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 EN
410
420

711300-P4-1

FUC

FAN COWL

24 MO

Check : C1

FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF FAN COWL LATCH TENSIONS


Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
413
423

712101-P6-1

CHK

FORWARD ENGINE MOUNT


TORQUE CHECK OF THE FORWARD ENGINE MOUNTING BOLT
(MP159) 1000 LBF-IM (112.985)
NOTE : IF ANY OF THE FOUR BOLTS MOVE, ALL FOUR
BOLTS MUST BE REPLACED
REF: AD2000-16-02R1; DN 01-20-01-E2; PW4G-100-A71-20

24 320 FH

2 350 CY

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
411
421

716100-P1-1

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

AIR INTAKE COWL

DI

Check : 1C

INSPECTION/REPAIR OF INTAKE COWL ASSEMBLY OUTER


BARREL RIBS
NOTE: TASK APPLY FOR A/C INSTALL INTAKE COWL S/N FROM C9A2AH007 TO
C9A2AH088 (I.A.W VSB PW4G-100-71-10)

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CHAPTER :

72

ENGINE

Task Number

Zone

723100-P1-1

410
420

Task Title

LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

VCK

2 100 FH

AMM 723112-200-801

ALL

DVI

3 200 FH

AMM 723111-210-801

ALL

DETAILED INSPECTION OF FAN BLADES


NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 EN
723100-P4-1

723112-P1-1L

410
420

LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR

410

LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR (LPC)

Check : 4A

DETAILED INSPECTION OF INLET CONE


NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
LUB

2 500 CY
See note

AMM 710000-640-801

ALL

LUB

2 500 CY
See note

AMM 710000-640-801

ALL

LUBRICATION OF THE 1ST STAGE LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR


(LPC) BLADE ASSEMBLY (FAN BLADE) ROOT
NOTE: INTERVAL MAY BE ADJUSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
OPERATOR EXPERIENCE.
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
723112-P1-1R

420

LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR (LPC)


LUBRICATION OF THE 1ST STAGE LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR
(LPC) BLADE ASSEMBLY (FAN BLADE) ROOT
NOTE: INTERVAL MAY BE ADJUSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
OPERATOR EXPERIENCE.
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

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ENGINE

Task Number

Zone

723300-P1-1

410
420

FAN CASE GROUP

412
422

FAN CASE GROUP

413
423

DIFFUSER, COMBUSTION & TURBINE NOZZLE GR

723300-P2-1

724100-P1-1

Task
code

Task Title

CHK

800 FH

References

Ctrl

PW4G-100-72-173

GVI

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF FAN CASE, ACOUSTIC


LINERS AND FAN EXIT GUIDE VANES.

ISB

SDI

10 000 FH

AMM 723300-210-801
MRB 72.33.00/02-PW

ALL

24 MO

2 400 FH

700 CY

AMM 720000-290-833

ALL

Access panels :

415BL
428AR

416BR

Total access time :

417AL

418AR

425BL

426BR

427AL

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

6.00 MHrs

1 NDT

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Check : 1A

INSPECTION OF FAN EXIT CASE (FECR), REAR BRACKET


ASSEMBLY
NOTE: TASK APPLICABLE FOR ENG PW4168A Engine Serial No. P733429 thru
P733514
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

BORESCOPE INSPECTION OF INNER AND OUTER COMBUSTION


CHAMBER ASSEMBLIES AND FIRST STAGE VANES
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
NOTE: RII TASK

Threshold
Interval

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ENGINE

Task Number

Zone

725200-P1-1

413
423

Task
code

Task Title

SDI

HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE GROUP


BORESCOPE INSPECTION OF THE FIRST AND SECOND STAGE
HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE BLADES
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
NOTE: RII TASK

Threshold
Interval

2 400 FH

700 CY

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 720000/6
AMT 720000-290-835

ALL

AEO P4-72-VN01-1/01
CMP 72-2-0204-007
VSB PW4G-100-72-195

ALL

Access panels :

415BL
428AR

416BR

Total access time :

417AL

418AR

425BL

426BR

427AL

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.20 MHrs

1 NDT
413
423

725200-P3-1

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BORESCOPE INSPECTION OF SECOND STAGE HIGH PRESSURE
TURBINE VANES
NOTE: - REFER TO VSB PW4G-100-72-195 FOR THRESHOLD
AND INTERVAL
NOTE:TASK APPLICABLE ONLY FOR ENG PRE SB PW 72-206
NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: RII TASK

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ENGINE FUEL CONTROL

Task Number

Zone

731000-P1-1

413
423

Task Title

ENGINE FUEL FILTER

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

References

Eff

DIS

5 000 FH
See note
Check : A04

AMM 731100-920-801
SIL 73-024

ALL

FUC

AMM 732100/5
AMT 732100-710-821
VSB PW4G-100-2-96

ALL

DISCARD FUEL FILTER ELEMENT


NOTES:
- DISCARD FUEL FILTER ELEMENT AT 150 FH, 800 FH AND
1600 FH AFTER AIRCRAFT DELIVERY THEREAFTER EVERY 5000FH
FH
- DISCARD FUEL FILTER ELEMENT AT 150 FH AND 800 FH
AFTER MAJOR TANK INTERVENTION THEREAFTER EVERY 5000FH
FH
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

416BR

418AR

Total access time :

426BR
428AR
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1 ENG
210

732100-P1-1

0.00 MHrs

FUEL CONTROL SYSTEM FADEC


READ ENGINE SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE REPORT
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

800 FH

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 EN

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ENGINE FUEL CONTROL

Task Number

Zone

771300-P1-1

410
420

Task Title

ENGINE PRESSURE RATIO INDICATING SYSTEM


INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF CONDENSATION TRAP
ASSEMBLIES (WATER TRAPS), FOR OBSTRUCTIONS OR
BLOCKAGE
NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

Task
code

DI

Threshold
Interval

1 000 CY

References

Ctrl

AMM 732134-280-801
CMP 72-2-0204-009
VSB MAN-PW4G-100-2-00

Access panels :

415BL

417AL

Total access time :

425BL
427AL
0.08 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 EN

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ENGINE EXHAUST

Task Number

Zone

783200-P3-1

410
420

Task
code

Task Title

THRUST REVERSER STRUCTURE

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

Eff

GVI

18 MO

AMM 783000-210-807
MRB 78.32.00/03-PW

ALL

GVI

24 MO

AMM 783000-210-808
MRB 78.32.00/04-PW

ALL

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF FIXED STRUCTURE SEALS


NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

415AL
425BL

415BL
426AR

Total access time :

416AR
426BR

416BR
427AL

417AL
428AR

418AR

425AL

0.28 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 EN
410
420

783200-P4-1

THRUST REVERSER STRUCTURE


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF FIRE BLANKET
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

415AL
425BL

415BL
426AR

Total access time :

416AR
426BR

416BR
427AL

417AL
428AR

418AR

425AL

0.28 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 EN

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ENGINE OIL

Task Number

Zone

792000-P1-1

413
423

Task
code

Task Title

DI

ENGINE OIL SYSTEM DISTRIBUTION

Threshold
Interval

800 FH

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 792200-200-801

ALL

AMM 792122/3
AMT 792122-920-801
VSB MAN-PW4G-100-1-96

ALL

Check : 1A

INSPECT MASTER MAGNETIC CHIP DETECTOR FOR PARTICLES


NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Access panels :

417AL

427AL

Total access time :

410
420

792000-P3-1

0.00 Hrs
DIS

OIL DISTRIBUTION
DISCARD ENGINE OIL FILTER ELEMENT.
NOTE: - REFER TO MAN-PW4G-100-1-96 FOR INTERVAL
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

2 000 FH
See note

Access panels :

415BL
428AR

416BR

Total access time :

417AL

418AR

425BL

426BR

427AL

0.20 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 EN

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STARTING

Task Number

Zone

800000-P2-1

413
423

Task
code

Task Title

ENGINE STARTING SYSTEM


CHANGE STARTER OIL
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

Threshold
Interval

References

Ctrl

SRV
SER

600 FH

B1 AMM 121380/3
AMT 121380-610-803

DI

600 FH

Eff
ALL

Access panels :

415BL
428AR

416BR

Total access time :

417EL

418AR

425BL

426BR

427EL

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 EN
413
423

800000-P3-1

ENGINE STARTING SYSTEM


INSPECT STARTER CHIP DETECTOR FOR PARTICLES
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

AMM 801118/6
AMT 801118-200-801

Access panels :

416BR

418AR

Total access time :

426BR
428AR
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 EN

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A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION

ALS Part 3
Certification Maintenance
Requirements
(CMR)

AIRBUS SAS 2013. All rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document.
This document and all information contained herein is the sole property of AIRBUS SAS. No
intellectual property rights are granted by the delivery of this document or the disclosure of its
content. This document shall not be reproduced or disclosed to a third party (except for the
purposes of performing the tasks described hereunder and provided that any recipient of such
document shall comply with the conditions herein) without the express written consent of AIRBUS
SAS. This document and its content shall not be used for any purpose other than that for which it is
supplied.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


Sub-part 3-0 INTRODUCTION
From revision 20 and on, the content of
A330 Certification Maintenance Requirements (CMR) Document
(Referenced 955.2074/93)
applicable to A330 models, has been transferred to the
A330 Airworthiness Limitations Section (ALS)
Part 3
Certification Maintenance Requirements (CMR)
This change is part of a process to provide Operators and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul
Organizations (MRO) with a series of stand-alone documents in a location dedicated to the
limitations.
The data provided under ALS Part 3 has been established with the following rules:
1.

SCOPE
Though not addressed by the paragraph H25.4 of Joint Aviation Requirements (JAR) 25
appendix H, CMRs may be considered as the systems equivalent to the structural
Airworthiness Limitation Items. For this reason, it is considered appropriate to identify them as
part of the ALS. This document constitutes the ALS Part 3 - Certification Maintenance
Requirements.
Compliance with the requirements stated in this document is mandatory. No person
may operate an aircraft to which an ALS applies except in accordance with the
requirements of that ALS, unless otherwise agreed with the Authority of the State of
aircraft registry.

R
R

This document is applicable from first delivery of an aircraft configuration into an


Operator's fleet. The starting times for CMR task intervals are defined in paragraph 8 of
this sub-section. Possible interval escalations must be justified in accordance with the
procedure given in paragraph 7 of this sub-section. If a more restrictive CMR is issued
on an aircraft configuration already in service, the requirement for existing Operators
to follow the revised ALS Part 3 will normally be mandated by Airworthiness Directive
(AD).
Non-compliance could suspend the validity of the Airworthiness Certificate.
Airworthiness Directives dedicated to specific concerns may override the specific
requirement(s) given in this document.
The identification of CMR tasks in no way diminishes the importance of non-CMR tasks and
changes to these are subject to normal practices and procedures agreed between the
Operator and the Authority of the State of aircraft registry.

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2.

APPLICABILITY
The applicability of this ALS Part 3 revision is restricted to the aircraft models listed below:
A330-201
A330-202
A330-203
A330-223
A330-243
A330-223F
A330-243F

A330-301
A330-302
A330-303
A330-321
A330-322
A330-323
A330-341
A330-342
A330-343

Note: The engine Time Limits and Maintenance Checks are not included in this manual:
refer to the relevant Engine Manufacturer Chapter 05 manual.
N 3.

A330 AICRAFT SYSTEMS UTILISATION

R
R
R

The CMRs contained in the ALS Part 3 are valid up to the limitations published in this
document which have been identified in consideration of a maximum number of Flight
Hours (FH) that may be accrued by an individual aircraft, as follows:

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

Aircraft Series
A330-200 series PRE 49144 PRE 200103
A330-200 series PRE 49144 POST 200103
A330-200 series POST 49144
A330-30x series PRE 49144 PRE 58269
A330-30x series PRE 49144 POST 58269
A330-30x series PRE 49144 POST 200103
A330-32x & A330-34x series PRE 49144 PRE 200103
A330-32x & A330-34x series PRE 49144 POST 200103
A330-300 series POST 49144
A330-200F series

N
N
N
N
D

Flight Hours (FH)


060000 FH
100000 FH
100000 FH
060000 FH
080000 FH
100000 FH
060000 FH
100000 FH
100000 FH
100000 FH

Depending on fleet leader operation, the impact of a greater aircraft accumulated FH/FC
value may subsequently be investigated and might demonstrate a need for new or revised
limitations. As a consequence, should any operator envisage future aircraft operations
beyond the quoted values, they must first contact Airbus for advice.
Note:

(1) Within the context of ALS Part 3, MOD 49144 is used to identify WV050 series and
WV060 series aircraft (Enhanced aircraft) since this modification cannot be retrofitted on
WV000, WV010 and WV020 series aircraft.
(2) MOD 58269 refers to Design Service Goal (DSG) extension of A330-30x (i.e. A330-300
with GE engines) from 60000 FH up to 80000 FH.

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(3) MOD 200103 refers to Design Service Goal (DSG) extension of all A330-200/-300 up to
100000 FH.
4.

MODIFICATIONS/REPAIRS NOT DEVELOPED UNDER AIRBUS DOA CERTIFICATE


EASA. 21J.031
If an aircraft/ a sub-assembly/a component/an item has a modification or repair embodied that
has not been developed under the Design Organisation Approval (DOA) Certificate EASA.
21J. 031 (e.g. under a Supplemental Type Certificate) and which affects the content of the
ALS Part 3, the Operator is responsible for obtaining approval by the relevant Airworthiness
Authority for any necessary adaptations of the airworthiness limitations.
When such an aircraft/a sub-assembly/a component/an item is transferred from one
Owner/Operator to another, the associated approvals and documents indicating the
necessary adaptations of airworthiness limitations must be transferred as well.

5.

ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF COMPLIANCE


Limitations of the ALS Part 3 may be negated by instructions given in an Alternative Method
Of Compliance (AMOC). When limitations evolve in a revision of the ALS Part 3 subsequent
to the issuance date of the AMOC, Operators are requested to contact Airbus for guidance.
It is Operators responsibility to refer to the applicable limitations.

6.

CRITERIA FOR IDENTIFICATION


CMRs are tasks arising from the Type Certification process, which are associated with the
most significant failure conditions. These have been shown to be necessary either by System
Safety Assessment (e.g. JAR 25.1309 compliance) or, in a minority of cases, by engineering
judgement. These requirements are allocated to one of two categories (identified as One Star
or Two Star) in accordance with the EASA agreed methodology.
Tasks associated with the following criteria are not identified as CMRs:
Tasks associated with qualitative assessment (unless specifically requested by EASA),
Tasks for which the maximum acceptable interval is in excess of the aircraft systems
utilisation values in the paragraph 3,
Tasks normally accomplished by the flight crew,
Tasks considered being routine state of the art maintenance activity. For these, the safety
reason for performing the task is considered to be immediately evident to the Operator
and the Authority of the State of aircraft registry.

R
R

7.

HANDLING OF CERTIFICATION MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS


A.

One Star CMRs (*)


One Star CMRs specified in the ALS Part 3 are mandatory tasks and cannot be changed
or deleted without the concurrence of the Primary Certification Authority (EASA).
One Star CMR task intervals quoted in ALS Part 3 are absolute limitations and cannot be
escalated without the concurrence of the Primary Certification Authority (EASA).

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B.

Two Star CMRs (**)


Two Star CMRs specified in the ALS Part 3 are mandatory tasks and cannot be changed
or deleted without the concurrence of the Primary Certification Authority (EASA).
Two Star CMR task intervals may be adjusted in accordance with an Operator's approved
escalation practices or an approved reliability program, but the task content may not be
changed or deleted without prior Primary Certification Authority (EASA) approval.
This statement has been agreed on the basis that Operators with approved escalation
practices or an approved reliability program make adjustments to their maintenance
programs based on data collection and analytical techniques. It has been demonstrated
that the use of such methods to manage a maintenance program does not give rise to
undue escalation.

8.

STARTING TIME FOR CMR INTERVAL


This paragraph provides general rules related to the starting time to be considered for CMR
interval counting according to the different usage parameters.
For CMR tasks whose interval is given in Calendar time, the starting time may be considered
as the date of Transfer of Title to the first Operator of the aircraft, unless otherwise stated in
the delivery documentation of the dedicated aircraft.
For CMR tasks whose interval is given in Flight Hours (FH), the starting time may be
considered as the date of Transfer of Title to the first Operator of the aircraft, unless otherwise
stated in the delivery documentation of the dedicated aircraft.
Considering the very low number of Flight Hours performed between first flight and delivery,
and the methodology used to define CMR task intervals, EASA agree to consider the date of
delivery of the aircraft as the starting time for CMR tasks whose intervals are given in Flight
Hours.
For CMR tasks whose interval is given in Flight Cycles (FC), the starting time to be
considered is the date of the aircraft first flight, unless otherwise stated in the delivery
documentation of the dedicated aircraft.

9.

D
N
N
N

DEFINITIONS
Calendar time (Cal.):

Thresholds/intervals in Years (Ye), Months (MO) etc

Flight Cycle (FC):

A complete take-off and landing sequence.

Flight Hour (FH):

The accumulated time intervals between wheels-off and wheelson.

Interval:

The period expressed in usage parameters like FH and/or FC


and/or Calendar time between successive accomplishments of a
specific task.

Visual check:

Observation to determine that an item is fulfilling its intended


purpose. It is a failure finding task and does not require
quantitative tolerances.

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Operational Check:

A qualitative check to determine that an item is fulfilling its


intended purpose. It is a failure-finding task and does not require
quantitative tolerances.

Functional Check:

A quantitative check to determine if one or more functions of an


item performs within specified limits.

Detailed lnspection:

An intensive examination of a specific item, installation or


assembly to detect damage, failure or irregularity. Available
lighting is normally supplemented with a direct source of good
lighting at an intensity deemed appropriate. Inspection aids such
as mirrors, magnifying lenses, etc. may be necessary. Surface
cleaning and elaborate access procedures may be required.

First flight:

Unless otherwise stated, the use of this term in the ALS Part 3
implies that the life accumulated before the aircraft delivery
date/transfer of title date (e.g. as a result of test flights) must be
taken into account.

10. EXCEPTIONAL SHORT-TERM EXTENSIONS


Since CMR intervals are based on statistical averages and reliability rates, an exceptional
short-term extension for a specific CMR interval may be made on one aircraft for a limited
period of time without jeopardising safety.
The term 'exceptional short-term extension' is defined as an increase in a CMR interval that
may be needed to cover an uncontrollable or unexpected situation. Repeated use of such
extensions, either on the same aircraft or on similar aircraft in the Operator's fleet, should
not be used as a substitute for good management practices. Short-term extensions must
not be used for fleet CMR escalation.
Unless noted adjacent to the task, for all CMRs (One Star and Two Star) identified in this
ALS Part 3, it has been accepted by the Primary Certification Office (EASA) that short-term
extensions up to the following maximum values may be granted without consultation with
that office. Requests for extensions in excess of these values must be submitted with full
justification to the Primary Certification Office (EASA) such that approval, if granted, can be
given prior to their use.
A.

CMRs controlled by Flight Hours (FH)


Extensions up to 10% or 500 FH (whichever is the lesser) may exceptionally be
granted on CMR intervals quoted in terms of Flight Hours.

B.

CMRs controlled by Flight Cycles (FC)


Extensions up to 5% or 250 FC (whichever is the lesser) may exceptionally be granted
on CMR intervals quoted in terms of Flight Cycles.

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C. CMRs controlled by Calendar time (MO)
Where the repeat interval is 12 months or less, extensions up to 10% or 1 month
(whichever is the lesser) may exceptionally be granted on CMR intervals quoted in
terms of months.
Where the repeat interval is greater than 12 months, extensions up to 2 months may
exceptionally be granted.
It is the Operator's responsibility to identify appropriate procedures with the Authority of the
State of aircraft registry for the control and development of his maintenance program.
This paragraph in the ALS Part 3 is written to confirm to the Authority of the State of aircraft
registry that exceptional short-term extensions of CMR intervals are permissible. Approval
of such extensions rests with the Authority of the State of aircraft registry in the same way
as it does for any other scheduled maintenance task interval extension

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AIR CONDITIONING / PRESSURIZATION

Task Number

Zone

212800-01-2

210

Task Title

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT HEATING, VE

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

References

Eff

OP

2 500 FH
See note

AMM 212800-710-804
CMP 21-2-0000-001
CMR 212800-00001-1-C

ALL

OP

2 500 FH
See note

AMM 212800-710-805
CMP 21-2-0000-002
CMR 212800-00002-1-C

275

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT HEATING,


VENTILATION AND COOLING (FWD, AFT AND BULK)
OPERATIONAL CHECK TO VERIFY AUTOMATIC CLOSING OF
ISOLATION VALVES AND SHUT-OFF OF EXTRACTION FANS IN
CASE OF SMOKE WARNING
NOTE : CMP TASK
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
R

210

212800-02-2

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT HEATING, VE


OPERATIONAL CHECK TO VERIFY AUTOMATIC CLOSING OF COLD
AIR VALVE IN CASE OF SMOKE WARNING
NOTE : CMP TASK

294
299
366
946
1256
1266

Skills :

0.25 MHrs

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AIR CONDITIONING / PRESSURIZATION

Task Number

Zone

213100-05-1

210
270
310

Task Title

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE DELTA P
PROTECTION OF SAFETY VALVES
NOTE: THIS TASK MAY BE ALTERNATIVELY ACCOMPLISHED
AN OFF AIRCRAFT TASK. REFER TO AMM PROCEDURE FOR
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION 213152-000-801 AND
213152-400-801
PREP. : ACCESS THROUGH PANEL OF REAR GALLEY;

Task
code

FUC

Threshold
Interval

24 000 FH

6 YE

References

Eff

AMM 213100-720-801
CMR 213100-00001-2-C

275

Ctrl

299
366

Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.83 MHrs

1 AF

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ELECTRICAL POWER

Task Number

Zone

242400-01-2

210

Task Title

AC GENERATION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

References

Eff

OP

50 FH

AMM 242400-710-801
CMP 24-2-0000-011
CMR 242000-00001-1-C

ALL

OP

50 FH

AMM 242400-710-801
CMP 24-2-0000-011
CMR 242000-00001-1-C

ALL

OP

4 000 FH

ALL

24 MO

AMM 242400-710-802
CMR 242000-00003-1-C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY GENERATION SYSTEM


NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
apply task 242400-01-3
Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 EL
210

242400-01-3

AC GENERATION
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY GENERATION SYSTEM
NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 EL
210

242400-02-2

AC EMERGENCY GENERATION
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY GENERATOR MANUAL
CONNECTION
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.08 MHrs

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CHAPTER :

24

ELECTRICAL POWER

Task Number

Zone

242400-04-2

210

Task Title

Task
code

OP

AC EMERGENCY GENERATION

Threshold
Interval

I
I

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF EMERGENCY GENERATOR AUTOMATIC


CONNECTION
NOTE : CMP TASK
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

4 000 FH

References

Eff

AMM 242400-710-806
CMP 24-2-0000-002
CMR 242000-00004-1-C

ALL

AMM 242500-710-801
CMR 242000-00005-1-C

ALL

B2 AMM 242800-710-801
CMP 24-2-0000-003
CMR 242000-00002-1-C

ALL

Ctrl

24 MO
See note

Skills :

0.18 MHrs

1 EL
210

242500-01-1

AC ESSENTIAL GENERATION SWITCHING

OP

12 000 FH

24 MO

OP

650 FH

OP

12 000 FH

24 MO

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AC ESSENTIAL GENERATION MANUAL


AND AUTOMATIC SWITCHING.
Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 EL
210

242800-01-2

STATIC INVERTER AC GENERATION


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF STATIC INVERTER AND DC ESS. BUS
SUPPLY
NOTE : CMP TASK
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

2 EL
210

243500-01-1

DC GENERATION SWITCHING
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DC MAIN GENERATION SWITCHING

AMM 243200-710-801
CMR 243000-00001-1-C

Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 EL

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CHAPTER :

24

ELECTRICAL POWER

Task Number

Zone

243500-02-1

210

Task Title

Task
code

OP

DC GENERATION
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DC ESSENTIAL GENERATION
SWITCHING

Threshold
Interval

12 000 FH

24 MO

8 000 FH

24 MO

References

Eff

AMM 243400-710-801
CMR 243000-00002-1-C

ALL

AMM 282100-710-809
CMR 245000-00001-1-C

ALL

Ctrl

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

2 EL
210

245000-04-1

AC ELECTRICAL LOAD DISTRIBUTION


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF LEFT AND RIGHT FUEL PUMP 2
SHEDDING IN LAND RECOVERY CONFIGURATION
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM

OP

Skills :

0.15 MHrs

1 AV

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

26

FIRE PROTECTION

Task Number

Zone

262300-04-2

130

Task Title

LOWER DECK CARGO COMPARTMENT FIRE EXTING

Task
code

DI

Threshold
Interval

14 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 262300-200-803

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

943
946

DETAILED INSPECTION OF RESTRICTOR, HALON FILTER AND


CHECK VALVE
PREP. : CHECK VALVES
FILTERS
ACCESS: 132SW 821 831
NOTE: ETOPS SIGNIFICATION SYSTEMS

Issue No

Eff

962
1019
1256
1266

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

271400-01-2

210

Task Title

AILERON AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

12 000 FH

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF AILERON DAMPING MEASUREMENT BY


BITE.
NOTE: FOR AIRCRAFT WHICH ARE PRE-MOD 49144 AND ON
WHICH SB A330-00-3068 (MOD 200103) IS EMBODIED,
FIRST ACCOMPLISHMENT MUST BE CARRIED OUT NO LATER
THAN THE AIRCRAFT ACCUMULATING 60000 FH.
311

272300-04-3

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL

References

Eff

AMM 271400-740-802
CMR 271400-00001-1-C

943

Ctrl

946
962
1019
1256
1266

DI

DETAILED INSPECTION OF CONTROL ROD


(ITEM 220 IN IPC 272147-1A) IN PTLU LINKAGE.

20 000 FH

72 MO

AMM 272300-210-803
CMR 272100-00002-2-C

275
294
299
366

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
R

210

272400-08-1

RUDDER HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

OP

10 000 FH

AMM 272400-740-802

943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF RUDDER DAMPING MEASUREMENT BY


BITE

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210

272600-05-1

RUDDER MECHANICAL CONTROL


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF BACK-UP YAW DAMPER BY BITE

OPC

2 400 FH

AMM 272600-740-802
CMR 272100-00001-1-C

275
294
299
366

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

273400-01-1

210

Task Title

ELEVATOR AND HYDRAULIC ACTUATION

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

12 000 FH

References

Ctrl

AMM 273400-740-802

Eff
943
946

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF ELEVATOR DAMPING MEASUREMENT BY


BITE
NOTE: FOR AIRCRAFT WHICH ARE PRE-MOD 49144 AND ON
WHICH SB A330-00-3068 (MOD 200103) IS EMBODIED,
FIRST ACCOMPLISHMENT MUST BE CARRIED OUT NO LATER
THAN THE AIRCRAFT ACCUMULATING 60000 FH.

962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF
R

210
310

274000-18-1

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)

OP

10 000 FH

AMM 274451-710-801

294

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THSA CHECKABLE SHEAR PIN.


NOTE:
THSA MODIFICATIONS AND ASSOCIATED SBS:
- PRODUCTION SOLUTION: 55780
- RETROFIT SOLUTION: 54880 (27-3137) OR
54881 (27-3143)
ELECTRICAL HARNESSES MODIFICATIONS AND
ASSOCIATED SBS:
- PRODUCTION SOLUTION: (52269 AND 56056)
- RETROFIT SOLUTION: (52270 AND 56057 AND
58493 (92-3046)) OR (52359 AND 56057 AND
58493 (92-3046))

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946
962
1019
1256
1266

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

274400-01-1

310

Task Title

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

References

Eff

OP

5 600 FH

AMM 274400-710-801
CMR 274000-00001-1-C

ALL

OPC

800 FH

AMM 274400-710-802
CMR 274000-00002-1-C

ALL

OPC

800 FH

AMT 279600-710-803
CMR 279000-00001-1-C

ALL

OP

12 000 FH

24 MO

AMM 279600-710-806
CMR 279000-00002-1-C

ALL

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THS ACTUATOR JAMMING PROTECTION


DEVICE
Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.60 MHrs

1 AF
210

274400-02-1

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THS ACTUATOR WITH INDIVIDUAL
HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
210

279000-03-3

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF FCPCS AND FCSCS STANDBY SERVO
LOOPS ON PITCH CONTROL
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
210

279000-05-1

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF GREEN SERVOCONTROLS TRAVEL SPEED
LIMITATION WHEN RAT IS EXTENDED
PREP. : RAT EXTENDED
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

279000-09-2

210

Task Title

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF POWER SUPPLY OF THE FCSC2

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

12 000 FH

24 MO

References

Ctrl

AMM 279600-710-819

Eff
943
946
962
1019
1256
1266

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

28

FUEL

Task Number

Zone

282100-03-1

210

Task
code

Task Title

MAIN FUEL PUMP SYSTEM

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

References

Eff

OP

4 000 FH

AMM 282100-710-805
CMR 282100-00001-1-C

ALL

OP

4 000 FH

AMM 282100-710-806
CMR 282100-00001-1-C

ALL

OP

29 000 FH

ALL

6 500 CY

AMM 282400-710-808
CMR 282400-P0001-1-C

12 YE

OPERATIONAL CHECK TO VERIFY THAT THE LEFT NO 2 PUMP


OFF FUNCTION IS OPERATIVE
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 EL
210

282100-04-1

MAIN FUEL PUMP SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK TO VERIFY ISOLATION OF RIGHT PUMP 2
CONTROL WHEN LEFT MAIN PUMP 2 IS RUNNING IN
ELECTRICAL EMERGENCY CONFIGURATION
NOTE: ETOPS PARALLEL SYSTEM
Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 EL
210
410
420

282400-06-1

ENGINE LP FUEL SHUT-OFF


OPERATIONAL CHECK TO CONFIRM LP VALVE ISOLATES FUEL
SUPPLY TO ASSOCIATED ENGINE
Access panels :

415BL
428AR

416BR

Total access time :

417AL

418AR

425BL

426BR

427AL

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.50 MHrs

1 EN

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

28

FUEL

Task Number

Zone

282600-04-1

210

Task Title

REFUEL/DEFUEL SYSTEM

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

References

Eff

OP

82 700 FH

AMM 282600-710-810
CMR 282600-00001-1-C

ALL

OP

25 000 FH

943

42 MO

AMM 282700-710-801
CMR 282700-00001-3-C

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF MANUAL OVERRIDE PB/SW AND


AND ASSOCIATED CIRCUITRY.
Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 EL
R

210

282700-02-4

TRIM TANK TRANSFER SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK TO CONFIRM CLOSURE OF VALVES
FOLLOWING TRIM PIPE ISOLATION BY 3 POSITION SWITCH

946
962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 EL
100

282700-05-1

FUC

TRIM TRANSFER SYSTEM


FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF TRIM TANK TRANFER LINE SHROUD
CONNECTORS

28 000 FH

36 MO

AMM 282700-790-801
CMR 282700-00002-1-C

Skills :

3.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

29

HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

292400-03-1

210
630

Task Title

AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC POWER


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF MANUAL RAT DEPLOYMENT FOLLOWED
BY FUNCTIONAL CHECK OF RAT OPERATION AND INSPECTION
OF FILTER ELEMENT BY REFERENCE TO DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE INDICATOR.

Task
code

FUC

Threshold
Interval

12 000 FH

24 MO

References

Eff

AMM 292400-720-801
CMR 292000-00001-1-C

ALL

Ctrl

Access panels :

196BB

197CB

Total access time :

633HB
633JR
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.50 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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: 29

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

525111-04-1

220

Task Title

Task
code

OP

COCKPIT DOOR
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DECOMPRESSION FLAP RELEASE
MECHANISM

Threshold
Interval

11 000 FH

References

Eff

AMM 256800-710-804
CMR 525111-00001-1-C

275

Ctrl

299
366

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

274400-09-1

310

Task Title

TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)


LUBRICATION OF THS ACTUATOR BALL SCREW NUT.
NOTE:
- NO SHORT-TERM EXTENSION IS ALLOWED.
- PRIOR TO THIS TASK PERFORM EITHER TASK 274400-13-1
OR 274400-14-1 (IF APPLICABLE).
- RELUBRICATION AT 700FH ACCORDING TO
EASA AD 2010-0192 (FAA AD 2005-07-04) SATISFIES
REQUIREMENT OF MPD TASK 274400-09-1.
- AMOC (REF. 10037783) ALLOWS LUBRICATION INTERVAL AT
AT 1000 FH IF MPD TASKS 274400-13-1 AND 274400-14-1
ARE NOT APPLICABLE.(MSN 943, 962, 1019, 1256, 1266)

Task
code

LUB

Threshold
Interval

700 FH

Check : NT

References

Eff

B1 AMM 122227-640-801
ASM 274400-00002-1-E

ALL

Ctrl

Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.10 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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: 27

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

274400-13-1

310

Task Title

Task
code

DI

THS HYDRAULIC ACTUATION


DETAILED INSPECTION OF THSA BALLSCREW ASSY FOR
INTEGRITY OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LOAD PATH AND
CHECK THE GAP AT SECONDARY NUT TRUNNION
MCC Note: A372, A374 - C/O WITH EO/2015/2011;
: A375 - C/O WITH EO-2012-2101.
NOTE: - THIS TASK MUST BE PERFORMED PRIOR TO TASK
274400-09-1.
- NO SHORT TERM EXTENSION IS ALLOWED.
- RELUBRICATION ACCORDING TO EASA AD 2010-0192
(FAA AD 2005-07-04) SATISFIES REQUIREMENT OF MPD TASK
274400-09-1.
- FOR 100% THRESHOLD:
IN COMPUTING THE LIFE ACCUMULATED BY THE THSA FOR
COMPLIANCE WITH THE THRESHOLD, CALCULATIONS MUST
INCLUDE FLIGHT HOURS SINCE THE INITIAL ENTRY INTO SERVICE OR SINCE
17-AUG-2002, WHICHEVER OCCURS LATER.

Threshold
Interval

700 FH

References

Ctrl

B1 AD
AD
AMT
ASM
SIL

F-2002-414B
03 01
F-2005-07-04
274451-210-805
274400-00001-1-E
27-109

Access panels :

312AR
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

275400-11-1

530
630

Task
code

Task Title

CHK

FLAPS
DETAILED INSPECTION OF ALL LH AND RH INPUT GEARBOXES
(IPGB) AND DOWN DRIVE SHAFTS (DDS) FOR CORROSION AND
WEAR.
NOTE:
- FIRST INSPECTION IS PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
SB A330-27-3151. REPORT INSPECTION RESULTS, WHATEVER
THEY ARE, TO AIRBUS. SUBSEQUENT REPETITIVE INSPECTION
PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SB A330-27-3152.
- NO SHORT-TERM EXTENSION IS ALLOWED.
- 100% THRESHOLD: 16. AUGUST 2009
PREP. : FLAPS EXTENDED;
FLAP TRACK FAIRINGS;

Threshold
Interval

6 YE

6 YE

References

Eff

275400-220-801
275000-00001-2-E
27-3151
27-3152

275

Ctrl

AMM
ASM
ISB
ISB

Access panels :

531EL
574EB
674CB

533EL
574FB
674EB

Total access time :

534EL
574KB
674FB

573BB
574LB
674KB

573FB
673BB
674LB

574BB
673FB

574CB
674BB

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

8.00 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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366

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CHAPTER :

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS - GENERAL

Task Number

Zone

275400-11-2

530
630

530
630

275400-12-1

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Task Title

Task
code

DI

FLAPS
DETAILED INSPECTION OF ALL LH AND RH INPUT GEARBOXES
(IPGB) AND DOWN DRIVE SHAFTS (DDS) FOR CORROSION AND
WEAR.
NOTE: - NO SHORT-TERM EXTENSION IS ALLOWED.
- 100% THRESHOLD: 26. OCTOBER 2009, WHICHEVER OCCURS
LATER.
PREP. : FLAPS EXTENDED;
FLAP TRACK FAIRINGS;

LUBRICATE THE SPLINE JOINT BETWEEN THE INPUT GEAR


BOXES (IPGB) AND THE DOWN DRIVE SHAFTS (DDS) FOR ALL
FLAP TRACKS ON BOTH WINGS.

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

6 YE

6 YE

References

Ctrl

AMM
EAD
FAD
ISB
ISB

275400-220-801
2008-0026
2010-15-02
27-3151
27-3152

Eff
943
946
962
1019
1256
1266

LUB

FLAPS

Threshold
Interval

24 MO

24 MO

AMM 122227-640-817
ASM 275000-00001-4-E

Page : ASM - 27 [4 / 4]
ATA

: 27

1256
1266

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CHAPTER :

29

HYDRAULIC POWER

Task Number

Zone

292400-04-1

633

Task Title

AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC POWER


REMOVAL OF RAM AIR TURBINE (RAT) FOR OVERHAUL.
PREP. : FIXED FLAP TRACK FAIRING 4 RH;
NOTE: RII TASK

Task
code

RS

Threshold
Interval

20 YE

Check : PCI

References

Eff

AMM 292452-960-801
ASM 292400-00001-1-E

ALL

Ctrl

Skills :

1 AF
1 PRE

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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0.00 MHrs

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A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION

ALS Part 5
Fuel
Airworthiness Limitations

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


Sub-part 5-0 INTRODUCTION
1.

GENERAL
Compliance with the requirements contained in this document is mandatory. No person may
operate an aircraft to which an Airworthiness Limitations Section (ALS) applies except in
accordance with the requirements of that ALS, unless otherwise agreed with the Authority of
the State of aircraft registry.
A. ALS Part 5 Scope
This document contains the Fuel Airworthiness Limitations that arise from compliance
with JAAs Interim Policy on Fuel Tank Safety (INT/POL/25/12), FAAs Special Federal
Aviation Regulation (SFAR) 88 and FAAs 14 CFR 26.33. They have been derived in
accordance with JAAs draft Temporary Guidance Leaflet (TGL) 47 and FAAs Advisory
Circular (AC) 25.981-1B. The nomenclature and means of promulgation follow the
FAAs memorandum ref PS-ANM100-2004-10029 Policy Statement on Process for
Developing SFAR 88-related Instructions for Maintenance and Inspection of Fuel Tank
Systems. This latter document has been jointly developed between FAA and JAA to
ensure a unified approach.
These requirements, together with the Life Limits / Monitored Parts, structural
Airworthiness Limitation Items (ALI) and systems Certification Maintenance
Requirements (CMR) comprise the Airworthiness Limitation Section which satisfies the
requirements of JAR 25.1529 Appendix H paragraph 25.4.
IMPORTANT: At first delivery of an aircraft configuration into an operators fleet, the
requirements given in this document are mandatory, except in so far that interval
escalations can be justified in accordance with the procedure stated herein. If a more
restrictive Fuel ALI is issued on an aircraft configuration already in service, the
requirement for existing operators to follow the revised FAL document will normally be
mandated by Airworthiness Directive (Consigne de Navigabilit).
Non-compliance suspends the validity of the Airworthiness Certificate. The identification
of Fuel Airworthiness Limitations in no way diminishes the importance of other tasks
and practices associated with the fuel system. Changes to these are subject to normal
practices and procedures between the operator and his national authorities.
This document does not take into account Airworthiness Directives (Consignes de
Navigabilit) which, if issued against an existing Fuel Airworthiness Limitation,
supersede the specific requirement given in this document.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


B. ALS Part 5 Applicability
The applicability of this ALS Part 5 revision is restricted to the aircraft series and models
listed in the table below:
Aircraft
series

A330-200

A330-200F

A330-300

Aircraft
models
-201
-202
-203
-223
-243
-223F
-243F
-301
-302
-303
-321
-322
-323
-341
-342
-343

C. Reporting
Accountable persons or organizations should report to Airbus, any identified condition
affecting components listed in this ALS Part 5 which could endanger flight safety.
Endanger flight safety for this ALS means any condition that could contribute to the
occurrence of an ignition source in or adjacent to the fuel tanks.
The finding report should include at least the information stated below:
Aircraft MSN affected,
FAL maintenance requirement reference,
Identification of the affected component/item,
Life since new (in Flight Hours and/or Flight Cycles and/or landings and/or calendar
time, as applicable) accumulated by the affected system/component/item at the
time of the finding,
Location and description of the finding, with indication of the size and orientation,
Circumstance of detection and inspection method used.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


D. Sub-part 5-1: Illustrations
ALS Sub-part 5-1 provides illustrations of aircraft zone where the repetitive
maintenance/inspection tasks listed in the sub-part 5-4 are performed.
Illustrations included in this sub-part are for information only. Refer to the AMM
for illustrations applicable to an actual aircraft configuration.
E. Sub-part 5-2: Design changes
The Sub-part 5-2 is approved by the EASA.
This section provides mandatory changes to type design related to SFAR 88 and
INT/POL/25/12 in accordance with the EASA policy statement on the process for
developing instructions for maintenance and inspection of fuel tank system ignition
source prevention.
Each modification and associated instructions arise from Airworthiness Directives
previously issued by EASA or French DGAC. Airbus has introduced only the
requirements concerning A330 aircraft as defined in paragraph 1-B (Applicability of the
document).
F.

Sub-part 5-3: Life limitations


The Sub part 5-3 is approved by the EASA.
Components listed under this sub-part are those affected by a replacement requirement
associated to a life limitation less than the applicable aircraft life limit due. Failure of
these components in combination with other failure conditions can contribute to an
unsafe condition.
a.

Traceability and replacement requirements


In order to maintain aircraft airworthiness, it is mandatory to replace
components listed under sub-part 5-3 at or prior to whichever of the life
limitations (if applicable) occurs first.
Therefore, it is necessary to assure traceability and monitoring of the
components listed in the sub-parts 5-3. Non-compliance with these
requirements could suspend the validity of the Certificate of Airworthiness.
New PNRs are introduced as a result of modifications and Service Bulletins Airbus
publishes. These new PNRs may not be listed in the current ALS Part 5, when the
related modifications and/or Service Bulletins have been released after the
approval of this revision.
However, it is recommended to assure traceability and monitoring of such items
whatever their PNR in case of future introduction in the ALS Part 5. For further
guidance, Operators are requested to contact Airbus.

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Note:

In the context of this revision, traceability means records that clearly


demonstrate the history of each component back to initial entry into
service of the component, so that life limitations are accurately applied.
Traceability records may comprise, but are not limited to, the following:

b.

Application history (aircraft type, model, weight variant, MSN i.e.


Manufacturer Serial Number, etc),
Maintenance actions carried out (Airworthiness Directives,
modifications, repairs, inspections, etc),
Life accumulation (accounting for any individual aircraft to which a
component may have been fitted).

Disposal/quarantine action
When a component listed under sub-part 5-3 reaches the life limitation,
disposal/quarantine action must be taken. Appropriate means must be
implemented to deter their installation on aircraft pending possible extension of
their life limitations.
Examples of means are:

Record keeping system,

Non-permanent markings,

Segregation (items stored separately from those currently eligible for


installation).
The ultimate solution is the mutilation beyond repair limits to prevent rework to
appear to be airworthy.

G. Sub-part 5-4: Repetitive maintenance/inspection tasks


The Sub-part 5-4 is approved by the EASA.
It is mandatory to perform/repeat the maintenance requirements listed in Sub-part
5-4 at or prior to whichever of the limitations threshold/interval (if applicable)
occurs first.
The sub-part 5-4 identifies repetitive maintenance/inspection tasks at aircraft level. The
maintenance requirements are applicable no later than the aircraft reaching the
airworthiness limitation.
These tasks must be included in an Operators Approved Maintenance Program. The
task interval may be quoted in any usage parameter (Flight Hour, Flight Cycle or
Calendar time) depending on the cause of potential degradation that, if not detected
and addressed, could lead to a catastrophic failure of the airplane.
Unless otherwise stated, the tasks and intervals specified in sub-part 5-4 of the ALS
Part 5 are mandatory and cannot be changed, escalated or deleted without the
concurrence of the Primary Certification Authority (EASA).

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Where explicitly stated, task intervals may be adjusted in accordance with an operator's
approved escalation practices or an approved reliability program, but the task content
may not be changed or deleted without prior Primary Certification Authority (EASA)
approval. This statement has been agreed on the basis that operators with approved
escalation practices or an approved reliability program make adjustments to their
maintenance programs based on data collection and analytical techniques. It has been
demonstrated that the use of such methods to manage a maintenance program does
not give rise to undue escalation.
With respect to tasks requiring tank entry, the interval quoted in this document is
intended to allow Operators to perform the task during an extended hangar visit during
which tank entry is already likely to be required for accomplishment of structural and
Zonal inspections.
a.

Exceptional Short-Term Extensions


Since Fuel ALI Maintenance / Inspection intervals are based on statistical averages
and reliability rates, an exceptional short-term extension for a specific Fuel ALI
interval may be made on one aircraft for a limited period of time without
jeopardising safety.
The term 'exceptional short-term extension' is defined as an increase in a Fuel ALI
interval that may be needed to cover an uncontrollable or unexpected situation.
Repeated use of such extensions, either on the same aircraft or on similar aircraft
in the operator's fleet, should not be used as a substitute for good management
practices.
Unless noted adjacent to the task, for all Fuel ALIs identified in this document, it
has been accepted by the Primary Certification Office (EASA) that short-term
extensions up to the following maximum values may be granted without
consultation with that office. Requests for extensions in excess of these values
must be submitted with full justification to the Primary Certification Office (EASA)
such that approval, if granted, can be given prior to their use.
(1) Fuel ALIs controlled by Flight Hours (FH)
Extensions up to 10% or 500FH (whichever is the lesser) may exceptionally be
granted on Fuel ALI intervals quoted in terms of flight hours.
(2) Fuel ALIs controlled by Flight Cycles (FC or LDGS)
Extensions up to 5% or 250FC (whichever is the lesser) may exceptionally be
granted on Fuel ALI intervals quoted in terms of flight cycles or landings.
(3) Fuel ALIs controlled by Calendar Time (MTHS or MO)
Where the repeat interval is 12 months or less, extensions up to 10% or 1
month (whichever is the lesser) may exceptionally be granted on Fuel ALI
intervals quoted in terms of months.

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Where the repeat interval is greater than 12 months but less than 3 years,
extensions up to 2 months may exceptionally be granted.
Where the repeat interval is 3 years or greater, extensions up to 3 months
may exceptionally be granted.
It is the operator's responsibility to identify appropriate procedures with his local
regulatory authority for the control and development of his maintenance program.
This paragraph in the Fuel Airworthiness Limitation document is written to confirm to the
local regulatory authority that exceptional short-term extensions of Fuel ALI intervals are
permissible. Approval of such extensions rests with the local authority in the same way
as it does for any other scheduled maintenance task interval extension.
H. Sub-part 5-5: Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations
The Sub part 5-5 is approved by the EASA.
A CDCCL is a limitation requirement to preserve either a critical ignition source
prevention feature of the fuel system design that is necessary to prevent the occurrence
of an unsafe condition or a critical design feature of the flammability reduction system.
The purpose of the CDCCL is to provide instructions to retain the critical ignition source
prevention or critical flammability reduction system design feature during configuration
change that may be caused by alterations, repairs, or maintenance actions.
It is the operators responsibility to ensure that their internal documentation is amended
to reflect the limitations and associated instructions contained within this sub-part and
provide appropriate text to highlight the existence of each CDCCL. Such identification is
necessary in the instructions used by the person performing an installation, alteration,
repair or modification so as to minimize the risk that the work performed compromises
the original design criteria.
Regulatory oversight of the operators compliance with this mandatory requirement is
based on the appropriate identification of the CDCCL in the accomplishment
instructions associated with the installation, alteration, repair or modification.
I.

Modifications/repairs not developed under Airbus DOA Certificate EASA.21J.031


If an aircraft/a component/an item has a modification or repair embodied that has not
been developed under the Design Organization Approval (DOA) Certificate
EASA.21J.031 (e.g. under a Supplemental Type Certificate) and which affects the
content of the ALS Part 5, the Operator is responsible for obtaining approval by the
relevant Airworthiness Authority for any necessary adaptations of the airworthiness
limitations.
When such an aircraft/a component/an item is transferred from one Owner/Operator to
another, the associated approvals and documents indicating the necessary adaptations
of airworthiness limitations must be transferred as well.

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2.

DEFINITIONS
The initial entry into service is defined for the aircraft (systems installations) as:

The date of Transfer of Title (ToT) to the first Operator for airworthiness limitations in
Calendar times and/or flight hours, unless otherwise stated in any delivery
documentation to the first Operator. Considering the very low number of Flight Hours
performed between first flight and delivery, and the methodology used to define task
intervals, EASA agree to consider the date of delivery of the aircraft as the starting time
for Fuel ALI tasks whose intervals are given in Flight Hours.
The date of aircraft first flight for airworthiness limitations in Flight Cycles and/or
Landings.

The initial entry into service for the transferable systems components/items is defined as the
date at which the component/item accomplishes the first flight for which it will undertake its
intended function.
Note:

Unless otherwise stated, this means for transferable components/items delivered


on new aircraft (i.e. from Airbus Final Assembly Line) that the life accumulated
between aircraft first flight and the aircraft delivery date/transfer of title date (e.g.
as a result of test flights) must be taken into account.

Calendar times (Cal.):

Thresholds/intervals in Years (Ye), Months (Mo) etc must be


counted from the date of initial entry into service (unless
otherwise stated). In considering the accumulated time since the
initial entry into service, it should be noted that Calendar time
usage parameter cannot be frozen (unless otherwise stated).

Flight Cycle (FC):

A complete take-Off and landing sequence.

Flight Hour (FH):

The accumulated time intervals between wheels-off and wheelson.

Interval:

The period expressed in usage parameters like FH and/or FC


and/or LDG and/or Calendar time between successive
accomplishments of a specific task.

Operational Check:

A qualitative check to determine that an item is fulfilling its


intended purpose. It is a failure finding task and does not require
quantitative tolerances.

Threshold:

The initial accomplishment of a specific maintenance task from


the initial Entry Into Service (EIS). It may be expressed in usage
parameters like FH and/or FC and/or LDG and/or Calendar time.

Detailed Inspection:

An intensive examination of a specific item, installation or


assembly, to detect damage, failure or irregularity. Available
lighting is normally supplemented with a direct source of good
lighting at an intensity deemed appropriate. Inspection aids such
as mirrors, magnifying lenses, etc. may be necessary. Surface
cleaning and elaborate access procedures may be required.

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3.

LIMITATION/REPLACEMENT TIME INDICATION


A. General
In computing the parts accumulated life, calculations must include flight hours
and/or flight cycles and/or landings and/or calendar time (as applicable) since the
initial entry into service of the part (unless otherwise stated).
The life limitation indicated against PNR originally fitted is counted from the
parts initial entry into service.
The life limitation indicated against PNR evolutions is also to be counted from the
parts initial entry into service (unless otherwise stated).
B. ALS Part 5 Life Limitation
Life limitations quoted in Sub-part 5-3 are applicable to the undamaged detail parts as
listed, not to the assembly or the aircraft on which they are installed. The
limitation/replacement time indication is quoted on the same line/block of lines as the
PNR.
C. Production/Repair concessions, ALS Variation and Alternative Method Of Compliance
The life limitation of the ALS Part 5 may be negated by instructions given in either a
Production concession, a Repair design Approval Sheet (RAS), an ALS Variation (AV)
or an Alternative Method Of Compliance (AMOC).
It is the operators responsibility to refer to the applicable limitations.
When limitations change in a revision of the ALS Part 5 subsequent to the issuance
date of the Production concession/RAS/AV/AMOC, Operators are requested to contact
Airbus for guidance.
The restrictions of limitation(s) indicated in the RAS/AV/AMOC (or absence thereof)
depend on the part's accumulated life considered during the original evaluation of the
repair solution/AV/AMOC.
Production concessions are provided to the initial Operator of the aircraft in the delivery
documentation (Aircraft Inspection Report Recordable concessions).

4.

RULES SPECIFIC TO ALS PART 5


A. Sub-part 5-2: Design changes
The modifications and associated Service Bulletins are presented in the sub-part 5-2
and are classified by ATA chapters by ascending numbers.
The requirements arising from airworthiness directives introduced in this revision
concern only the A330 series aircraft as defined in paragraph 1-B of this sub-part.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


Unless otherwise stated, where no revision number is made for an Airbus SB, it must
be assumed that the latest approved revision of the SB is applicable but any previous
revision is acceptable.
Where a revision number is stated, Operators must use this revision number. The use
of any further approved revision is an acceptable mean of compliance for modification
requirements.
B. Sub-part 5-3: Life limitations
The life limitation and associated instructions must be applied from:
The initial Entry Into Service of the part (Refer to paragraph 2 of this sub-part for
Definitions).
Life limitation applicability is allocated to all affected aircraft (refer to Sub-part 5-0
paragraph 1-B Applicability system).
C.

Sub-part 5-4: Repetitive maintenance/inspection tasks


The limitations and associated instructions must be applied from:
The Entry Into Service of the aircraft for the first accomplishment and then the date
of last accomplishment of the task.
The repetitive maintenance/inspection tasks are presented in the sub-part 5-4 in
accordance with the following method:
a.

FAL reference number


The FAL reference numbering system follows a similar format to the Maintenance
Planning Document (MPD) system, as follows:
The FAL reference number comprises 12 digits and 1 letter organised as follows:
XXXXXX-YYYYY-I-F
XXXXXX: The ATA reference identifies the system/sub-system or component on
which the task is to be accomplished.
YYYYY:

Stands for the Sequence Number, apart from a few cases, the
sequence number is used to discriminate between different tasks
relating to the same hardware.

I:

The Applicability Index identifies successive developments of a task,


introduced by modifications or specific requirement.

F:

Stands for discriminating task related to ALS Part 5.

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b.

Description column
The description column provides the following information:
A task description: Gives a concise description of the work to be performed.
A reference to the related illustration identified in the sub-part 5-1.

c.

Threshold/Interval column
These columns are used to record the selected threshold and interval for the task.
The threshold and interval may be expressed in terms of usage parameters or
notes. Usage parameters are defined in the paragraph 2 of this sub-part.

d.

Reference column
The reference column provides reference(s) to Instruction for Continued
Airworthiness where maintenance practices/procedures necessary for the task
accomplishment are provided. E.g.: Reference to Aircraft Maintenance Manual
(AMM).
The reference column is for guidance only as its content is not approved by EASA.
Should a reference change between two successive revisions of the ALS Part 5,
the Operator should consider the updated reference.

e.

Limitations applicability column


Applicability

A330-xxx
POST nnnnn
A330-xxx
POST nnnnn
OR
POST SB A330-yy-yyyy
A330-xxx
POST nnnnn
PRE mmmmm
A330-xxx
POST nnnnn
PRE mmmmm
A330-yyy
POST aaaaa
PRE bbbbb

Task applicable to
All A330-xxx that do have MOD nnnnn embodied
All A330-xxx that do have MOD nnnnn embodied OR All A330-xxx that do
have SB A330-yy-yyyy embodied.
All A330-xxx that do have MOD nnnnn embodied but that do not have MOD
mmmmm embodied.

All A330-xxx that do have MOD nnnnn embodied but do not have MOD
mmmmm OR A330-yyy that do have MOD aaaaa but do not have MOD
bbbbb embodied.

D. Sub-part 5-5: CDCCL


The CDCCL items related to fuel tank system are presented in the ALS part 5 sub-part
5-5.
a.

CDCCL column
The CDCCL column identifies the critical component/part or design features of the
fuel tanks and, if fitted, the Flammability Reduction System (FRS) which provides
an inerting function.

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b.

Requirements column
The requirements column explains why critical component/ part or design features
of the fuel tanks or of the FRS are considered critical with regards to ignition risk.
This column provides instructions to retain the critical ignition source prevention or
critical flammability reduction features during configuration change that may be
caused by alterations, repairs, or maintenance actions that Operators are required
to comply with.

c.

Reference column
This column provides a reference to Instruction for Continued Airworthiness where
a CDCCL is contained.
E.g: Reference to Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM), or Component Maintenance
Manual (CMM).
Operators must ensure that the person performing an installation, a repair or a
modification will not compromise the original design criteria and must reflect
CDCCL in their internal documentation.

d.

Applicability column
Due to their general nature, CDCCL n5 and n8 are considered impracticable to
identify in aircraft documentation. The applicability column gives the combination of
critical design features with aircraft that requires the identification of CDCCL items.
Note: CDCCL n8 applies only to FAA registered aircraft.
FAA only term in the limitation applicability means that all aircraft operated under
FAA registration or aircraft registered under an Airworthiness Authority which follow
FAA rules, have to comply with this limitation. It is the operators responsibility to
check the limitation applicability with the authority of the state of aircraft registration.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


Sub-part 5-2 CHANGES TO TYPE DESIGN
Note: Where reference is made to an Airbus Service Bulletin (SB), it must be assumed that the latest approved revision of the SB is applicable, but any
previous revision is acceptable. Where a particular revision is stated, the revision or any later approved revision must be used.
ATA 21-00 AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
MOD

SB

EASA AD

FAA AD

EMBODIMENT LIMITS
(Whichever occurs first)

DESCRIPTION
FH

FC

Cal.

LIMITATIONS
APPLICABILITY

49520

A330-21-3096
R01

2006-0191

2006-21-08

Air conditioning - Center fuselage Install


heatshields in belly fairing to segregate air
system.

N/A

N/A

31-Oct-2008 A330-200

58551

A330-21-3148

2009-0150

2010-04-09

Air conditioning - Air cooling - Modify heatshields

N/A

N/A

23-Jul-2011 A330-200 (1)

(1) Except on which Airbus modification 49520 has been embodied in production or on which Airbus Service Bulletin (SB) A330-21- 3096 Revision 01
has been embodied in service

Note: The embodiment limits given in the table above are for EASA compliance.

ISSUE: NOV 16/11

ALS PART 5-2


EASA APPROVED

AIRBUS SAS 2011. All rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary document.

PAGE: 1

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Note: Where reference is made to an Airbus SB, it must be assumed that the latest approved revision of the SB is applicable, but any previous revision
is acceptable. Where a particular revision is stated, the revision or any later approved revision must be used.
ATA 28-00 FUEL SYSTEM
MOD

SB

EASA AD

FAA AD

EMBODIMENT LIMITS
(Whichever occurs first)

DESCRIPTION
FH

FC

Cal.

LIMITATIONS
APPLICABILITY

N/A

A330-28-3092
R01

2007-0278

2008-25-02

Fuel - General - Inspection of p-clips in the wings


and center fuel Tanks.

N/A

N/A

31-Dec-2009 A330-200 (1)


A330-300 (1)

42969

A330-28-3044
R01

1998-099-066
(B)

N/A

Fuel - FQI - Fit modified densitometer electrically


bonded to aircraft structure.

N/A

N/A

Within the
first
scheduled
inner fuel
tank opening
but no later
than
72 Months
since Entry
In Service

A330-301
A330-321
A330-322
A330-341
A330-342

1998-099-066
(B)

N/A

Fuel Quantity indication Improve electrical N/A


bonding of densitometer to aircraft structure.

Within the
first
scheduled
inner fuel
tank opening
but no later
than
72 Months
since Entry
In Service

A330-301
A330-321
A330-322
A330-341
A330-342

45580

A330-28-3053

N/A

55118

A330-28-3101
R01

2007-0278

2008-25-02

Fuel - general - bonding of fuel diffuser support


bracket to wing Structure.

N/A

N/A

31-Dec-2009 A330-200 (2)


A330-300 (2)

49135
51825
50104

A330-28-3082
R01

2007-0278

2008-25-02

Fuel - General - Revise the electrical bonding of


the equipment in the fuel tanks.

N/A

N/A

31-Dec-2009 A330-200 (2)(3)


A330-300 (2)(3)

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MOD
200242

SB
A330-28-3113
R00

EASA AD
2011-0196

FAA AD
N/A

EMBODIMENT LIMITS
(Whichever occurs first)

DESCRIPTION
Fuel Main transfer system Intro ground fault
interrupters to center tank fuel pump control
circuit.

FH

FC

N/A

N/A

Cal.

LIMITATIONS
APPLICABILITY

21-Oct-2015 A330-200
A330-200F
PRE 58623
POST 200281

(1) On which AIRBUS modification No. 47634 has been embodied in production.
(2) Except for aircraft on which the four AIRBUS modifications No. 49135 and 49630 and 51825 and 55118 have been embodied in production or
modified in-service in accordance with both SB A330-28-3082 Revision 04 and SB A330-28-3101 Revision 01.
(3) For aircraft that have already been modified in accordance with SB A330-28-3082 at original issue: Not later than December 31st, 2011, perform the
additional work in accordance with the instructions of SB A330-28-3082 at Revision 04.

Note: The embodiment limits given in the table above are for EASA compliance.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


Note: Where reference is made to an Airbus SB, it must be assumed that the latest approved revision of the SB is applicable, but any previous revision is
acceptable. Where a particular revision is stated, the revision or any later approved revision must be used.
ATA 31-00 INDICATING & RECORDING SYSTEMS
MOD
58751

SB
A330-31-3146

EASA AD
2010-0089

FAA AD
2011-01-02

EMBODIMENT LIMITS
(Whichever occurs first)

DESCRIPTION
Indicating/recording systems - Flight warning
computer (FWC) - Install FWC standard T3-0.

FH

FC

N/A

N/A

Cal.

LIMITATIONS
APPLICABILITY

24-Nov-2010 A330-200 (1)


A330-300 (1)

(1) Except those on which Airbus modification 51790 has been embodied in production or Airbus Service Bulletin (SB) A330-31-3066 or SB A330-313082 or SB A330-31-3093 or SB A330-31-3105 has been embodied in Service

Note: The embodiment limits given in the table above are for EASA compliance.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


Note: Where reference is made to an Airbus SB, it must be assumed that the latest approved revision of the SB is applicable, but any previous revision is
acceptable. Where a particular revision is stated, the revision or any later approved revision must be used.
ATA 55-00 HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
MOD
44848

SB
A330-55-3016
R01

EASA AD
2007-0278

FAA AD
2008-25-02

EMBODIMENT LIMITS
(Whichever occurs first)

DESCRIPTION
Stabilizer - Horizontal stabilizer - Rework of
some metallic parts for improvement of lightning
strike protection.

FH

FC

N/A

N/A

Cal.

LIMITATIONS
APPLICABILITY

31-Dec-2009 A330-301 (1)


A330-321 (1)
A330-322 (1)
A330-341 (1)
A330-342 (1)

(1) Except for aircraft on which AIRBUS modification No. 44252 has been embodied in production.

Notes:
For all aircraft where the improvement of the THS lighting strike protection has already been performed in accordance with AOT
55-03 dated 22 August 1996 (solution A), mandated by DGAC AD F-1996-178-049(B) R1 and DGAC AD F-1996-177-038(B) with
a compliance time of November,15th 1996, it is allowed to increase the distance between metallic parts on the THS Trim Tank in
accordance with the instructions of SB A330-55-3016 after 31st December 2009, whenever the THS removal from aircraft and put
on ground on support Tool (Lifting and Resting points Fittings must be installed) for any reason (fuselage stress jacking, repair...) is
performed for the first time after such date, or at the first aircraft maintenance task requiring the use of THS Lifting and Resting
points Fittings performed after such date.
-

The embodiment limits given in the table above are for EASA compliance.

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Sub-part 5-3 LIFE LIMITATIONS
ATA 47-10-00 INERT GAS SYSTEM GENERATION/STORAGE
Nomenclature
Air Separation Module (ASM)

Part Number (1)


2060032-1XX

LIFE LIMITS (whichever occurs the first)


FH

FC

Cal.

27000

N/A

N/A

(1) XX at the end of the Part Number stands for any number between 01 and 99

LIFE LIMITS APPLICABILITY


A330-200
POST MOD 58723

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Sub-Part 5-4 REPETITIVE MAINTENANCE/INSPECTION TASKS
ALS PART 5 REPETITIVE MAINTENANCE/INSPECTION TASKS
Description

FAL reference number

GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTERS FIG. 01

281800-00001-1-F

REFERENCE
AMM
28-18-00-710

INTERVAL
4000 FH

APPLICABILITY
FAA only (1)
A330-200
POST MOD 200242

Operational check of centre tank fuel pump Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI)

A330-200F
POST MOD 200242

VAPOUR HEATSHIELDS FIG. 02

281800-00002-1-F

AMM
28-18-52-210

6 Ye (2)

A330-200
POST MOD 49520

Detailed inspection of the heatshields below the centre tank.


A330-200F
POST MOD 49520
POST 200281
PRE 58623

NEA and DFCV FIG. 02


IGGS and DFSOV FIG. 04

470000-00001-1-F

AMM
47-21-43-710

12000FH

A330-200
POST MOD 58020

470000-00002-1-F

AMM
47-20-43-710

60000FH (3)

A330-200
POST MOD 58020

Operational check of Dual Flow Shut Off Valve (DFSOV), Dual Flapper Check
Valve (DFCV) and Nitrogen Enriched Air (NEA) pipeline for leaks.

NEA and DFCV FIG. 03


Operational check of both Dual Flapper Check Valves (DFCV) for leaks.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION

ALS PART 5 REPETITIVE MAINTENANCE/INSPECTION TASKS


Description

FAL reference number

NEA and DFCV FIG. 03

470000-00003-1-F

Operational check of Dual Flapper Check Valves (DFCV) for reverse flow.

REFERENCE
AMM
47-20-43-710

INTERVAL
12000FH

APPLICABILITY
A330-200
POST MOD 58019
PRE MOD 58020

(1) FAA only term in the limitation applicability means that all aircraft operated under FAA registration or aircraft registered under an
Airworthiness Authority which follow FAA rules, have to comply with this limitation. It is the operators responsibility to check the limitation
applicability with the authority of the state of aircraft registration.
(2) In accordance with sub-part 5-0, paragraph 1-G, it is herewith confirmed that the interval of the task mentioned in the above table may
be adjusted in accordance with an operator's approved escalation practices or an approved reliability program, but the task content may
not be changed or deleted without prior Primary Certification Authority (EASA) approval.
(3) For aircraft that have operated with MOD 58019 embodied in isolation, the operational check of both Dual Flapper Check Valves for
leaks shall also be performed at time of embodiment of MOD 58020.

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION


Sub-part 5-5: CRITICAL DESIGN CONFIGURATION CONTROL LIMITATIONS

CDCCL
REF.

CDCCL

REQUIREMENTS

REFERENCE

Air Gap between Fuel


Quantity Indicator (FQI)
probe and tank structure.

Critical to prevent spark generation during lightning strike conditions AMM


and must not be compromised.
28-42-15-400
28-42-16-400
The gaps stated in the relevant maintenance procedure in the AMM 28-42-17-400
must be achieved during installation of a fuel quantity probe.
28-42-19-400
28-42-21-400

Separation of fuel quantity


and level indicating
system wiring from other
wiring.

To prevent cross coupling of high voltage transients and thereby ESPM


keep unsafe ignition energies from inside the tank. It is required that 20-10-00
operators obey the wire routing and separation standards given in
the Electrical Standard Practices Manual (ESPM).
20-33-20
20-33-21
20-33-22

Direct bonding on items of Direct bonding is critical to prevent spark generation during AMM
component failure and lightning strike conditions and must not be 28-11-33-400
equipment inside a fuel
compromised.
tank.
28-11-41-400
28-11-44-400
Direct Bonding in fuel tanks must be carried out during component
installation to the appropriate bonding method and standard stated 28-12-41-400
within the installation procedure in the AMM.
28-12-45-400
28-12-48-400
28-12-51-400

LIMITATION APPLICABILITY

A330 ALL series


A330-200
A330 ALL series
A330-200
A330 ALL series

A330 ALL series


A330 ALL series
A330 ALL series
A330 ALL series

A330 ALL series


A330 ALL series
A330-200
A330 ALL series
A330 ALL series
A330 ALL series
A330 ALL series

28-13-43-400

A330 ALL series

28-17-51-400

A330 ALL series

28-21-51-400
28-21-52-400
28-22-41-400

A330 ALL series


A330 ALL series
A330 ALL series

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION

CDCCL
REF.

(3)
(continuing)

CDCCL

REQUIREMENTS

REFERENCE

LIMITATION APPLICABILITY

28-22-42-400
28-22-51-400
28-22-52-400

A330 ALL series


A330 ALL series
A330 ALL series

28-25-42-400
28-25-43-400
28-25-44-400

A330 ALL series


A330 ALL series
A330-200

28-26-42-400
28-26-49-400
28-26-51-400

A330 ALL series


A330-200
A330-200

28-27-48-400
28-27-56-400

A330 ALL series


A330 ALL series

28-42-18-400

A330 ALL series

28-43-51-400
28-43-53-400

A330 ALL series


A330-200

57-27-11-400

A330 ALL series

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION

CDCCL
REF.

CDCCL

REQUIREMENTS

REFERENCE

Safety critical features of


fuel pumps.

These features must be maintained throughout the full life of the fuel CMM
pump to avoid the possibility of generation of an ignition source by 28-20-40
overheating or sparks caused by arcing, friction etc.
28-21-50
Repair and overhaul of fuel pumps must be carried out in accordance 28-21-55
with the equipment manufacturers maintenance instructions or other
maintenance instructions acceptable to the certifying authority.
28-22-11
28-22-12

LIMITATION APPLICABILITY

A330 ALL series


A330 ALL series
A330 ALL series
A330 ALL series
A330 ALL series

Centre fuel tank volume,


ventilation and flow rate.

The volume of the Centre fuel tank and the flow rate of the ventilation N/A
system must be maintained at values which, when used in the
determination of the fuel tank flammability exposure, comply with the
Flammability Reduction System (FRS) requirements.

A330-200
POST MOD 58723

Protective coating on fuel


tank at the connection of
fuel tank inerting system.

A protective coating (Finch paint) is necessary at the connection AMM


between the centre fuel tank and the Dual Flapper Check Valves 47-20-43-400
(DFCV) housing of the Inert Gas Generating System (IGGS) to 47-21-43-700
prevent fuel or fuel vapour leaks into an area containing ignition
sources.
After maintenance of the DFCV the protective coating must be
restored to the appropriate standard using the method stated within
the maintenance procedure in the AMM.

A330-200
POST MOD 58019

Warning Placards for


areas that may contain
oxygen depleted
atmospheres.

When a Flammability Reduction System is installed, the access


doors and panels to the fuel tank(s) and any other enclosed areas
that could contain hazardous atmosphere under either normal
conditions or failure conditions must be permanently stencilled,
marked, or placarded to warn of hazards.
Warning placards must be installed in the appropriate positions to
ensure maintenance personnel are aware of areas that may be
hazardous because of possible oxygen depleted atmosphere.

A330-200
POST MOD 58723

AMM
25-52-00-000
25-52-00-400
28-12-52-000
28-12-52-400
57-17-11-000
57-17-00-400

A330 AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS SECTION

CDCCL
REF.

CDCCL

REQUIREMENTS

REFERENCE

Flammability Reduction
System (FRS) design
performance.

Flammability reduction system performance is dependent on airplane N/A


descent times. Industry efforts to reduce descent time may result in
Flammability Reduction System performance that does not meet
FAA requirements. Fleet average flammability exposure for the fuel
tanks with flammability reduction system of this airplane type must be
maintained in accordance with 14 CFR Part 25, appendix M.

LIMITATION APPLICABILITY

FAA only (1)


A330-200
POST MOD 58723

Airbus will monitor descent statistics (including US descents) and, if


necessary to maintain compliance, will publish service information. If
Airbus publishes such service information, this CDCCL requires that
Operators implement these FAA approved design changes to
maintain compliance with 14 CFR Part 25, appendix M.

(1) FAA only term in the limitation applicability means that all aircraft operated under FAA registration or aircraft registered under an
Airworthiness Authority which follow FAA rules, have to comply with this limitation. It is the operators responsibility to check the limitation
applicability with the authority of the state of aircraft registration.
Note: The CDCCL Ref. 8 does not require individual Operators to monitor descent rates of their fleets. Airbus will monitor descent statistics
and provide any needed service instructions to Operators. To prevent increasing flammability exposure above permissible levels, this
CDCCL requires Operators to incorporate future Airbus published service instructions denoted to maintain compliance with this
CDCCL, or other approved actions, within the compliance times stated in the service instructions.

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Task Number

Zone

281800-02-1

190

Task Title

IGNITION PREVENTION

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

Ctrl

References

Eff

GVI

6 YE

AMM 281852-210-801
FAL 281800-00002-1-F

ALL

OP

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AMM 281800-710-801
FAL 281800-00001-1-F

1256

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Access panels :

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193DB

Total access time :

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Skills :

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1 AF
120
210

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Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

IGNITION PREVENTION
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF CENTER TANK FUEL PUMP GROUND
FAULT INTERRUPTER (GFI)(SFAR88).

Amendment No
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INERT GAS GENERATION SYSTEM

Task Number

Zone

470000-03-1

191

Task Title

INERT GAS SYSTEM

Task
code

OP

Threshold
Interval

12 000 FH

OPERATIONAL CHECK OF DUAL FLOW SHUT OFF VALVE


(DFSOV), DUAL FLAPPER CHECK VALVE (DFCV) AND
NITROGEN-ENRICHED AIR (NEA) PIPELINE FOR LEAKS.
140
191

470000-04-1

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

INERT GAS SYSTEM


OPERATIONAL CHECK OF BOTH DUAL FLAPPER CHECK VALVES
(DFCV) FOR LEAKS.

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

OP

60 000 FH

References

Eff

AMM 472143-710-801
FAL 470000-00001-1-F

1256

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FAL 470000-00002-1-F

1256

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SERVICING (LUBRICATION)

Task Number

Zone

12-ECO-00

000

Task Title

AIRPLANE WET WASH

Task
code

Threshold
Interval

CLN

CLN

Check : 1C

30 DY

References

Eff

AMM 12-21-11-615-802

ALL

AMM 12-21-11-615-802

ALL

Ctrl

WASHING AIRCRAFT
000

12-ECO-10

AIRPLANE EXTERNAL CLEANING


EXTERNAL CLEANING OF THE AIRCRAFT
CLEANING OF THE WINDOWS
CLEANING OF THE LANDING GEAR AND LANDING GEAR BAY

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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72

ENGINE

Task Number

Zone

72-ECO-00

410
420

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Task Title

ENGINE CLEANING

Task
code

CLN

Threshold
Interval

1 200 FH

References

Eff

B1 AMM 72-00-00-100-806

ALL

Ctrl

CLEANING OF THE ENGINE GASPATH

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Date

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: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

521103-01-2

831
841

Task Title

FWD PASSENGER/CREW DOOR

Task
code

GVI

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF DOOR 1 (FORWARD


PASSENGER/CREW DOOR) SKIN, EXTERNAL SURFACE

Threshold
Interval

12 800 FC

12 800 CY

33 900 FC

15 500 CY

12 800 FC

12 800 CY

12 800 FC

12 800 CY

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 521100-210-801

ALL

ALI

ALL

AMM 521200-200-803

ALL

AMM 521300-200-803

ALL

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
521105-01-1

521201-01-2

831
841

FWD PASSENGER/CREW DOOR

832
842

MID PASSENGER/CREW DOOR

DI

DETAILED INSPECTION OF TOP & BOTTOM CROSSBEAMS T8 & T1 ENDS AT FRAMES FR1
AND FR7 IN THEIR UNION TO DOOR STOP ASSEMBLIES, ON FORWARD PASSENGER/CREW
DOOR, LH/RH.
GVI

GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF DOOR 2 (MID


PASSENGER/CREW DOOR) SKIN, EXTERNAL SURFACE

521105-01-01

Skills :

0.30 MHrs

1 AF
833
843

521301-01-2

GVI

AFT PASSENGER/CREW DOOR


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF DOOR 4 (AFT
PASSENGER/CREW DOOR) SKIN, EXTERNAL SURFACE
Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

522201-01-2

834
844

Task
code

Task Title

GVI

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT EMERGENCY EXIT


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF DOOR 3
(EMERGENCY/PASSENGER/CREW DOOR) SKIN, EXTERNAL
SURFACE

Threshold
Interval

12 800 FC

12 800 CY

15 800 FC

12 YE

3 300 CY

12 YE

10 600 FC

2 600 CY

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 522200-200-807

ALL

AMM 523100-220-802

ALL

AMM 523100-220-804

275

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
132
821

523104-01-1

DI

FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR
HINGE ASSEMBLIES AT FR 20B TO FR25 (10 PLACES).
note:CPCP
Access panels :

132AR
132HR

132BR
132JR

Total access time :

132CR
132KR

132DR
132LR

132ER

132FR

132GR

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
821

523106-01-1

FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FORWARD CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR
FR 20B, BETWEEN BEAM 3 AND BEAM 4.

DI

294
299
366

Access panels :

821CR
Total access time :

0.60 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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CHAPTER :

52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

523204-01-1

152
822

Task
code

Task Title

DI

AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR


DETAILED INSPECTION OF AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR
HINGE ASSEMBLIES AT FR 60 TO FR 64A (10 PLACES)
note:CPCP

Threshold
Interval

15 800 FC

12 YE

3 300 CY

12 YE

10 300 FC

10 300 CY

20 000 FC

14 200 CY

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 523200-220-802

ALL

AMM 524111-200-801

ALL

AMM 524111-200-805

275

Access panels :

152AR
152HR

152BR
152JR

Total access time :

152CR
152KR

152DR
152LR

152ER

152FR

152GR

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

2.00 MHrs

1 AF
811

524101-01-2

AVIONICS COMP ACCESS DOOR

DI

DETAILED INSPECTION OF AVIONICS COMPARTMENT LOWER


ACCESS DOOR SKIN, EXTERNAL SURFACE
Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF
121
122
811

524103-01-2

AVIONICS COMP ACCESS DOOR


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL STRUCTURE,
AVIONICS COMPARTMENT LOWER ACCESS DOOR CROSS MEMBERS
PREP. : DOOR FLOOR PANEL;
NOTE: MSN 275 BECOME SAMPLE A/C FROM AMS A330 I09 A00

DI

Access panels :

811
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

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1 AF
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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

524103-01-2S100

121
122
811

Task Title

AVIONICS COMP ACCESS DOOR

Task
code

DI

DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL STRUCTURE,


AVIONICS COMPARTMENT LOWER ACCESS DOOR CROSS MEMBERS
PREP. : DOOR FLOOR PANEL;

Threshold
Interval

31 500 FC

14 200 CY

References

Ctrl

ALI 524103-01-02
AMM 524111-200-805

Eff
294
299
366

Skills :

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1 AF
734
744

528104-01-2

DI

MAIN GEAR DOORS


DETAILED INSPECTION OF MAIN LANDING GEAR, MAIN DOOR,
CENTER FITTING AND SURROUNDING AREA (300 MM AROUND),
LH/RH
NOTE: TPS APPLICATION REQUIRED ON FITTING ONLY
note: CPCP

8 300 FC

6 YE

8 300 CY

6 YE

AMM 528100-200-804

Access panels :

734

744

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

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1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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52

DOORS

Task Number

Zone

528203-01-1

713
714

Task Title

Task
code

DI

NOSE GEAR DOORS


DETAILED INSPECTION OF NOSE LANDING GEAR, FORWARD
DOOR, HINGES (NO 1, NO 2, NO 3) INCLUDING FITTINGS ON
FUSELAGE, LH/RH
note:CPCP

Threshold
Interval

9 600 FC

6 YE

9 600 CY

6 YE

References

Ctrl

AMM 528200-200-803

Access panels :

713

714

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

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1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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: 06/09/2014

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53

FUSELAGE

Task Number

Zone

531106-01-4

200

Task Title

Task
code

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE SKIN BETWEEN FR.9 AND
FR.10A AT COCKPIT LATERAL WINDOW LOWER CORNER AREA,
EXTERNAL SURFACE, LH/RH.
NOTE: MSN 275 BECOME SAMPLE A/C FROM AMS A330 I09 A00
NOTE: MSN 275 BECOME SAMPLE A/C FROM AMS A330 I09 A00

Threshold
Interval

20 000 FC

10 000 CY

32 600 FC

10 000 CY

References

Ctrl

Eff

ALI 531106-01-04
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275

ALI 531106-01-04
AMM 531100-200-836

294

Skills :

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1 AF
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200

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE SKIN BETWEEN FR.9 AND
FR.10A AT COCKPIT LATERAL WINDOW LOWER CORNER AREA,
EXTERNAL SURFACE, LH/RH.

299
366

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
200

531110-02-2

FUSELAGE SKIN BTW FR 10 AND FR 13


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE SKIN BETWEEN FR 10
AND FR 13 FROM FLOOR LEVEL TO STR 9 FWD, EXTERNAL
SURFACE, LH/RH

DI

18 500 FC

18 500 CY

AMM 531100-220-843

Skills :

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1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

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53

FUSELAGE

Task Number

Zone

531112-02-1

100
200

Task Title

Task
code

DI

DOOR 1 CUTOUT
DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE STRUCTURE AROUND DOOR
1 (FORWARD PASSAGER / CREW DOOR), EXTERNAL SURFACE,
BETWEEN FR 13 AND FR 18 FROM LATERAL LONGITUDINAL LAP
JOINT TO STR 9 AFT, LH/RH

Threshold
Interval

8 900 FC

8 900 CY

3 700 FC

3 700 CY

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 531100-220-805

ALL

AMM 531100-200-863

ALL

Access panels :

831

841

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
100

531118-01-1

GVI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF GROUND SERVICES
CONNECTION ACCESS DOORS CUTOUTS AND NOSE LANDING GEAR
CUTOUT, BETWEEN FR 4 AND FR 19 ON LOWER FUSELAGE
Access panels :

121AL

121EL

Total access time :

713
714
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 AF

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Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

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53

FUSELAGE

Task Number

Zone

531120-01-1

123

Task Title

Task
code

GVI

MAIN STRUCTURE
GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION OF NLG BAY INTERNAL
STRUCTURE, NOSE LANDING GEAR WELL PANELS
NOTE:CPCP

Threshold
Interval

3 900 FH

1 150 FC

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 531100/6
AMT 531100-210-801

ALL

AMM 531100-200-835

294

6 YE

3 900 FH

1 150 CY

6 YE

144 100 FH

26 300 CY

299

52 400 FH

366

9 200 CY

109 600 FH

20 000 CY

52 400 FH

9 200 CY

Access panels :

713

714

Total access time :

0.16 Hrs

Skills :

0.80 MHrs

1 AF
123

531124-01-4

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF NLG BAY SIDE PANEL TOP INNER
RADIUS FROM NLG BAY FORWARD PANEL TO NLG BAY AFT
PANEL, LH/RH
Access panels :

713

714

Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 AF
531124-01-4S020

123

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF NLG BAY SIDE PANEL TOP INNER
RADIUS FROM NLG BAY FORWARD PANEL TO NLG BAY AFT
PANEL, LH/RH

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

DI

AMM 531100-200-835

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ATA

: 53

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Task Number

Zone

531125-01-4

121
122

Task Title

Task
code

SDI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF FRAME 17 ATTACHMENT TO
BOTTOM SKIN FROM STRINGER 48 TO 51, LH/RH

Threshold
Interval

21 400 FC

5 750 CY

References

Ctrl

AMM 531100-200-859

Eff
275
294
299
366

Access panels :

811

821

Total access time :

0.02 Hrs

Skills :

0.00 MHrs

1 NDT
123

531129-02-2

SDI

MAIN STRUCTURE
SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF NOSE LANDING GEAR
ACTUATOR FITTING
NOTE: MSN 275 BECOME SAMPLE A/C FROM AMS A330 I09 A00

20 000 CY

4 750 CY

32 900 FC

4 750 CY

ALI 531129-02-02
AMM 531100-200-861

275

ALI 531129-02-02
AMM 531100-200-861

294

Access panels :

713

714

Total access time :

715
716
0.00 Hrs

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 NDT
531129-02-2S100

123

SDI

MAIN STRUCTURE
SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF NOSE LANDING GEAR
ACTUATOR FITTING

366

Skills :

0.50 MHrs

1 NDT

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

299

Page : ALI - 53 [4 / 59]


ATA

: 53

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CHAPTER :

53

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Task Number

Zone

531132-01-2

121
122

Task Title

Task
code

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL STRUCTURE,
FRAME 14 JOINT AREA BETWEEN STRINGERS 28 AND 30 LEVEL
LH/RH.
NOTE: MSN 275 BECOME SAMPLE A/C FROM AMS A330 I09 A00

Threshold
Interval

20 000 FC

12 900 CY

35 100 FC

12 900 CY

References

Ctrl

Eff

ALI 531132-01-02
AMM 531100-220-809

275

ALI 531132-01-02
AMM 531100-220-809

294

Skills :

0.40 MHrs

1 AF
531132-01-2S100

121
122

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL STRUCTURE,
FRAME 14 JOINT AREA BETWEEN STRINGERS 28 AND 30 LEVEL
LH/RH.

299
366

Skills :

0.20 MHrs

1 AF
531134-01-3

531134-01-3S100

Issue No

Date

121
122

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE

121
122

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE

10
01/12/2013

SDI

SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL


STRUCTURE, BOOMERANG FRAMES 11A TO 16A ATTACHMENT TO
SKIN, BETWEEN STRINGERS 46 AND 47, LH/RH.
NOTE: MSN 275 BECOME SAMPLE A/C FROM AMS A330 I09 A00

SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL


STRUCTURE, BOOMERANG FRAMES 11A TO 16A ATTACHMENT TO
SKIN, BETWEEN STRINGERS 46 AND 47, LH/RH.

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

SDI

20 000 CY

3 700 CY

39 000 CY

3 700 CY

AMM 531100-250-802

275

AMM 531100-250-802

294
299
366

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ATA

: 53

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Task Number

Zone

531135-01-2

200

Task Title

Task
code

SDI

COCKPIT WINDOW FRAME


SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF REAR LOWER CORNER OF
THE COCKPIT LATERAL WINDOW FRAME, FORWARD OF FR.10,
EXTERNAL SURFACE, LH/RH.

Threshold
Interval

4 850 FC

4 850 CY

20 000 FC

9 150 CY

34 700 FC

9 150 CY

References

Ctrl

Eff

AMM 531100-220-806

ALL

ALI 531138-01-02
AMM 531100-220-812

275

ALI 531138-01-02
AMM 531100-220-812

294

Skills :

0.80 MHrs

1 NDT
110

531138-01-2

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FORWARD PRESSURE BULKHEAD
FORWARD FACE STRINGERS AND SKIN, FROM Y=-50 TO Y=50
ABOVE COCKPIT FLOOR LEVEL.
NOTE: MSN 275 BECOME SAMPLE A/C FROM AMS A330 I09 A00
Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
531138-01-2S100

110

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FORWARD PRESSURE BULKHEAD
FORWARD FACE STRINGERS AND SKIN, FROM Y=-50 TO Y=50
ABOVE COCKPIT FLOOR LEVEL.

366

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

299

Page : ALI - 53 [6 / 59]


ATA

: 53

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CHAPTER :

53

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Task Number

Zone

531139-01-2

211
212

Task Title

Task
code

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL STRUCTURE,
FORWARD PRESSURE BULKHEAD AFT FACE VERTICAL BEAMS AND
UPPER SHEET AT Y=-330, Y=0 AND Y=330, ABOVE COCKPIT
FLOOR LEVEL.
NOTE: MSN 275 BECOME SAMPLE A/C FROM AMS A330 I09 A00

Threshold
Interval

20 000 FC

9 150 CY

34 700 FC

9 150 CY

References

Ctrl

Eff

ALI 531139-01-02
AMM 531100-220-813

275

ALI 531139-01-02
AMM 531100-220-813

294

Access panels :

811
Total access time :

0.00 Hrs

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
531139-01-2S100

211
212

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL STRUCTURE,
FORWARD PRESSURE BULKHEAD AFT FACE VERTICAL BEAMS AND
UPPER SHEET AT Y=-330, Y=0 AND Y=330, ABOVE COCKPIT
FLOOR LEVEL.

299
366

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
D

211
212

531142-01-2

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FRAME 10 UPPER CURVED MEMBER
BETWEEN CROWN CENTRELINE AND UPPER LATERAL SPLICING,
SPLICE EXCLUDED, INTERNAL STRUCTURE, LH/RH.
NOTE: THIS TASK IS AN ALTERNATIVE TO TASK 531142-02-2
NOTE: MSN 275 BECOME SAMPLE A/C FROM AMS A330 I09 A00

20 000 FC

5 200 CY

ALI 531142-01-02
AMM 531100-200-838

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : ALI - 53 [7 / 59]


ATA

: 53

275

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CHAPTER :

53

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Task Number

Zone

531142-01-2S100

211
212

Task Title

Task
code

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FRAME 10 UPPER CURVED MEMBER
BETWEEN CROWN CENTRELINE AND UPPER LATERAL SPLICING,
SPLICE EXCLUDED, INTERNAL STRUCTURE, LH/RH.

Threshold
Interval

34 900 FC

5 200 CY

References

Ctrl

ALI 531142-01-02
AMM 531100-200-838

Eff
262
275
294
299
366

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 AF
211
212

531142-02-2

SDI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF FRAME 10 UPPER CURVED
MEMBER BETWEEN CROWN CENTRELINE AND UPPER LATERAL
SPLICING, SPLICE EXCLUDED, INTERNAL STRUCTURE, LH/RH.
NOTE: THIS TASK IS AN ALTERNATIVE TO TASK 531142-01-2
NOTE: MSN 275 BECOME SAMPLE A/C FROM AMS A330 I09 A00

20 000 FC

7 800 CY

34 900 FC

7 800 CY

ALI 531142-02-02
AMM 531100-200-848

275

ALI 531142-02-02
AMM 531100-200-848

294

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 NDT
531142-02-2S100

211
212

SDI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF FRAME 10 UPPER CURVED
MEMBER BETWEEN CROWN CENTRELINE AND UPPER LATERAL
SPLICING, SPLICE EXCLUDED, INTERNAL STRUCTURE, LH/RH.

366

Skills :

1.00 MHrs

1 NDT

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

299

Page : ALI - 53 [8 / 59]


ATA

: 53

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CHAPTER :

53

FUSELAGE

Task Number

Zone

531143-01-2

121
122

Task Title

Task
code

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL STRUCTURE,
FLOOR BEAM AND CRUCIFORM FITTING AT FR.14, LH/RH.

Threshold
Interval

16 600 FC

3 900 CY

References

Ctrl

AMM 531100-220-837

Eff
275
294
299
366

Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 AF
121
122

531144-01-2

SDI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL
STRUCTURE, JUNCTION AREA BETWEEN FRAME 14 AND
CRUCIFORM FITTING, LH/RH.
PREP. : INSULATION Z120;

16 600 FC

7 000 CY

AMM 531100-200-849

275
294
299
366

Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 NDT
R

531144-01-3S020

121
122

SDI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


SPECIAL DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL
STRUCTURE, JUNCTION AREA BETWEEN FRAME 14 AND
CRUCIFORM FITTING, LH/RH.

17 000 FC

7 000 CY

ALI 531144-01-03
AMM 531100-200-849

943
946
962
1019
1256
1266

Skills :

0.60 MHrs

1 NDT

Issue No

Date

10
01/12/2013

Amendment No
Date

: 01
: 06/09/2014

Page : ALI - 53 [9 / 59]


ATA

: 53

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CHAPTER :

53

FUSELAGE

Task Number

Zone

531146-01-1

211
212

Task Title

Task
code

DI

NOSE FORWARD FUSELAGE


DETAILED INSPECTION OF FUSELAGE INTERNAL STRUCTURE,
LATERAL AND AFT WINDOW FRAMES JUNCTION WITH FRAME 7
UPPER MEMBER, LH/RH.
NOTE: MSN 275 BECOME SAMPLE A/C FROM AMS A330 I09 A00

Threshold
Interval

20 000 FC

8 750 CY

37 100 FC

8 750 CY

References

Ctrl

Eff

ALI 531146-01-01
AMM 531100-220-839

275

ALI 531146-01-01
AMM 531100-220-839<