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GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATION
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Introduction
The purpose of this Line Maintenance Manual is to instruct all levels of staff involved in
VJC aircraft maintenance at Line Stations including Main Base in Tan Son Nhat airport.
This Manual contains details of VJC Maintenance policies, functional responsibilities,
regulations, procedures and instructions.
The instructions and procedures provided in each part of this manual are mandatory for
all maintenance staff. The VJC Aircraft Maintenance Manager and Contracted
Maintenance Organisations are responsible for ensuring that staff understand all
applicable requirements and adhere to and comply with all procedures and instructions
within this Manual.
Procedures, which relate to Airworthiness and Quality Assurance requirements, shall not
conflict with the policies or requirements of the VJC Maintenance Management
Exposition (MME) and Maintenance Organisation Procedure Manual (MOPM).
The authority for the control of this Manual is vested in the VJC Technical Publications
Section. They will ensure content, correct amendment and distribution procedures are
followed.
The Aircraft Maintenance Manager is responsible for ensuring that procedures and
instructions are originated and amended as required, content is continually monitored
and the Technical Quality Assurance Manager is advised of procedures, which require
issue or revision.
Any control copy holders finds a technical discrepancy in this manual or conflict with other
data or believes there is a need for an amendment then complete the form TQAF009
Manual Amendment Request and forward it to VJC Technical Publications Section for
necessary action.
A copy of this manual is kept at each line station manned by VietJet Air or handled by a
service provider.

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Approval Status
This Line Maintenance Manual (LMM) has been developed by VietJet Air (VJC)
Engineering Department which is in compliance with the requirements of VJC Approved
Maintenance Management Exposition (MME) and Maintenance Organisation Procedure
Manual (MOPM)

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PART 1

GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATION

PART 2

LINE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

Section 2.0

Document onboard

Section 2.1

Master Line maintenance procedure

Section 2.2

Aircraft Technical Log

Section 2.3

Cabin Condition Log

Section 2.4

Acceptable Deferred Defect Log

Section 2.5

Use and Completion of Line Document

Section 2.6

Defect Control Procedure

Section 2.7

Reporting Procedure

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Dent and Buckle Chart

Section 2.9

Documents Allocated to Line Stations

Section 2.10

Use of Component Maintenance Manual

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Work Order Issuance and Accomplishment

Section 2.12

Certifying Staff Monitoring and Control

Section 2.13

One-Off Authorisation

Section 2.14

Control of Protective Covers and LDG safety pins

Section 2.15

Installation of Wheel Chock

Section 2.16

Fuelling Procedure

Section 2.17

Fuel Spillage

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Section 2.18

Aircraft Towing

Section 2.19

Arrival and Departure Procedure

Section 2.20

De-Anti Icing Procedure

Section 2.21

Component Robbery and Swapping Procedure

Section 2.22

Re-certifying Component Removed from Aircraft

Section 2.23

Handling Aircraft Part and Material

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RVSM_ PBN Procedure

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Critical Task

Section 2.26

Duplicate Inspection

Section 2.27

Limit Maintenance at Outstation

Section 2.28

Engine Ground Run

Section 2.29

GSE Maintenance

PART 3

LIST OF FORMS AND INSTRUCTION

Section 3.0

List of Forms

Section 3.1

Form Instruction

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Revision Record
Retain this record in the Manual. Upon receipt of revisions, insert revised pages
in the Manual and enter the Issue Number, Revision date (found on the List of
Effective Pages), insertion date and initials of person incorporating the revision,
in the appropriate block on the record of revisions.

Issue No.

Revision No.

Revision Date

15 Sep 13

01 Oct 14

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Summary of changes
The summary of changed items contains information about major items that are changed
in current LMM.

Part/ Section

Summary of changes

2.0

Added Repetitive Inspection Requirement Control Sheet, revised ADD logs

2.2

Revised techlog removal procedure

2.4

Revised content of ADD logs

2.6

Added procedure to control required repetitive inspection of defects

2.7

Added ADD notice procedure

2.8

Revised Aircraft dent and buckle chart procedure

2.24

Delete required components for RVSM and RNP operations

2.26

Revised certification procedure, list of RII

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Distribution List

HOLDER

LOCATION

FORMAT

COPY NO.

Library

SGN

Hard/Soft copy

Master Copy

MCC SGN

SGN

Hard/Soft copy

01

HAN Station

HAN

Hard/Soft copy

02

DAD Station

DAD

Hard/Soft copy

03

SSQA Department

SGN

Hard/Soft copy

04

CAAV

HAN

Soft copy

Accountable Manager

SGN

Soft copy

Head of Engineering

SGN

Soft copy

TQA Manager

SGN

Soft copy

Maintenance Manager

SGN

Soft copy

Engineering & Planning


Manager

SGN

Soft copy

Supply & Store Manager

SGN

Soft copy

Director of Flight Ops

SGN

Soft copy

VietStar

SGN

Soft copy

VAECO

HAN

Soft copy

VJC Maintenance staff

Soft copy

Other line stations(if any)

Soft copy

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Procedure of Amendment and Revision


1. General
The Line Maintenance Manual is issued by VietJet Air and it must be approved by the
Head of Engineering (Technical Post Holder) and concurred by Technical Quality
Assurance Manager. This manual is applied for all line maintenance activities and at all
airports where VJCs aircraft are operating. All revisions to the manual must be approved
before coming into force.

Normally, the Line Maintenance Manual is to be reviewed at least one per twelve
months. In the 12-month period, any requirement of changes to the manual should be
sent to VJCs Engineering Department for consideration of amendment.
Revised pages will be annotated to show the effective date, the amendment number and
the portion of the text which has been revised or new text inserted, as indicated by
vertical marginal lines on the left hand side of the page adjacent to the changes.
The Manual will be reviewed when there are changes of regulations, MME, AMS, AMM...
relating line maintenance activities. When immediate revisions are required on the
interest of safety, the revision shall be published and promulgated immediately in the
format Temporary revision.

2. Temporary revision
In case of requirements from CAAV, other authorities or VJC relating to safety issues
which must be applied immediately, the Temporary Revision will be approved by the
Technical Director and promulgated to relevant manual holders. The pages of
Temporary revision will be accompanied by a transmittal letter.
Temporary revisions will be disposed of as soon as they are no longer relevant or they
will be updated in Line Maintenance Manual at the next amendment or within six months
whichever is the sooner.

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Responsibilities of Manual Holders

It is the responsibility of the registered holder to ensure that this manual is maintained to
the current revision standard. Upon receipt of an amendment, the authorised holder is
responsible for inserting the revised pages and recording the revision in the appropriate
space in Section 1.5 of this LMM. A list of effective pages is issued with each revision so
that each copy of the Line Maintenance Manual can be checked and maintained current.
Each authorised holder maintains the Revision Record of his Manual.

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Duty and Responsibilities

1. Head of Engineering
As a nominated technical post holder of operator, acceptable to CAAV, he is responsible
for all technical, engineering and maintenance functions. He reports directly to the
Accountable Manager and to ensure that operations are safely conducted and in
compliance with CAAV regulations.

2. Engineering Department
Engineering Department is responsible for (here mentioned only functions related to
contracted line station):
- Preparing and sign the line maintenance agreement
-

Up date the Line Maintenance Manual LMM

3. Safety- Security & Quality Assurance Department


Reports to the Accountable Manager and is responsible for :
-

Performing an audit Part 5 - Aircraft Maintenance Organisation and submitting the


audit report to CAAV when requested.

Issue a Quality Notice (if any) and distribute to VJC AMO, other contracted
partners and line stations as well.

4. VJC AMO
VJC AMO has become an Approved Maintenance Organisation since 01st Mar 2013
holding a maintenance certificate issued by Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam No.
VN-688/CAAV.
VJC is integrated AOC holder and AMO , VJC AMO responsibility to carry out most of its
line maintenance activities. By using maintenance services of VJC AMO and other
AMO, VJC ensures that a maintenance system is well established and operated as
described in VJC s Maintenance Management Exposition and this Line Maintenance
Manual.
VJC AMO is mainly responsible for:
-

Having Line Maintenance Control Centers to ensure that all line maintenance
activities for VJC s aircraft are performed in safe, controlled and airworthy
conditions;
Ensuring that at outstations under VJC AMO control (refer MOPM Chapter- 5) line

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maintenance services for VJC s aircraft are provided.


5. Line Maintenance Providers (other than VJC AMO) are responsible for performing all
line maintenance tasks under the line maintenance contract with VJC.
6. Ground Handling Company is responsible for providing services i.a.w the agreement
with VJC.

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VJC MCC Contact


The following are the contact details of the Maintenance Control Centre (MCC) at Tan
Son Nhat Airport in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam
Station

S AIGON

E-Mail

mcc@vietjetair.com

Contact Person

Maintenance Control Centre (MCC)

Telephone No.

+84 8 62779656

Cell phone

+84 979 362 783

Office

: 3rd Floor, Cargo Domestic Terminal - SCSC ,30 Phan


Thuc Duyen Street - Tan Binh District - Ho Chi Minh
City Vietnam

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VJC aircraft fleet


VJC operates aircraft A320 currently. The registration marks of the VJC aircraft can be
found in the AOC sheets of VJC.

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Abbreviation

ADD

Acceptable Deferred Defect

AMM

Aircraft Maintenance Manual

AMO

Approved Maintenance Organisation

AMS

Aircraft Maintenance Schedule

AOG

Aircraft On Ground

CAAV

Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam

CDL

Configuration Deviation List

CRS

Certificate of Release to Service

CRS-SMI

Certificate of Release to Service - Schedule Maintenance Inspection

DDG

Dispatch Deviation Guide

ESDS

Electro-static Discharge Sensitive

GRN

Good Received Number

HT

Hard Time

LLP

Life Limited Part

LMM

Line Maintenance Manual

MCC

Maintenance Control Centre

MEL

Minimum Equipment List

MOR

Mandatory Occurrence Report

MME

Maintenance Management Exposition

PIC

Pilot In Command

OMC

Operation Management Center

PN

Part Number

TOR

Technical Occurrence Report

TSM

Trouble Shooting Manual

SSQA

Safety Security and Quality Assurance

TQA

Technical Quality Assurance

VJC

VietJet Air

VJC AMO

VietJet Air Approved Maintenance Organization

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DOCUMENTS CARRIED ON BOARD VIETJET AIR AIRCRAFT ................................... 2

2.0.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................... 2

2.0.2

Scope and Responsibility ...................................................................................... 2

2.0.3

Procedure ............................................................................................................... 2

1.

Aircraft documents ....................................................................................................... 2

2.

Aircraft Technical Log Folder ....................................................................................... 2

3.

Essential Folder ........................................................................................................... 3

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DOCUMENTS CARRIED ON BOARD VIETJET AIR AIRCRAFT

2.0.1 Purpose
To comply with CAAV requirements and Company policies this procedure lists
the documents to be carried on board each VietJet Air aircraft.
2.0.2

Scope and Responsibility

Authorised staff releasing aircraft to service must ensure that all documents
required as per this procedure are on board the aircraft prior to departure.
Flight Operation Department and Engineering Department are responsible to
keep all documents onboard up-to-date
2.0.3

Procedure
1. Aircraft documents

a. Aircraft Technical Log Folder,


b. Cabin Log,
c. Minimum Equipment List (MEL),
d. Essential Folder
2.

Aircraft Technical Log Folder

Following are the contents of the Technical log folder


a. Technical Log book
b. Notice to Crew if any
c. MEL/ Airworthiness related Acceptable Deferred Defects log (01 batch
includes 06 sheets)
d. Non-MEL/ Airworthiness related Acceptable Deferred Defects log (01
batch includes 10 sheets)
e. Repetitive Inspection Requirement Control Sheet (01 batch includes 05
sheets)
f. Pre-Flight/Transit Check

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g. Terminal/Daily Check
h. Weekly Check
i.

Concession Request if any

j.

Variation Request if any

k. CRS-SMI
l.

Inoperative Placard

3. Essential Folder

Items in the Essential Documents folder are listed in Operation Manual Part A,
8.1.12
Following are the contents of the essential folder:
a. Air Operator Certificate

(Copy)

b. Certificate of Registration

(Original)

c. Certificate of Airworthiness

(Original)

d. Noise Certificate

(Original)

e. Radio Licence Station

(Original)

f. Certificate of Insurance

(Copy)

g. Safety Report form (OSSR)


h. CAAV MOR form
i.

Technical Occurrence Report form (TOR)

j.

Emergency Equipment List

k. LOPA
l.

Dent and Buckle chart

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Master Line Maintenance Procedure ....................................................................... 2

2.1.1

Purpose ............................................................................................................... 2

2.1.2

Scope .................................................................................................................. 2

2.1.3

Responsibility ..................................................................................................... 2

2.1.4

Definition and abbreviation ............................................................................... 3


1. Line Maintenance ......................................................................................................................... 3
2. Preflight/Transit check ................................................................................................................ 3
3. Daily/Terminal check ................................................................................................................... 3
4. Weekly check ................................................................................................................................ 3

2.1.5

Procedure............................................................................................................ 3
1. Safety precautions General ................................................................................................... 3
2. General maintenance requirements ....................................................................................... 4
3. The entries in maintenance documentation ......................................................................... 4
4.

Aircraft Preflight/Transit checks .............................................................................................. 5

5. Daily/Terminal check ................................................................................................................... 6


6. Weekly check ................................................................................................................................ 7
7. Refueling ......................................................................................................................................... 7
8. Certification of Preflight/Transit and Daily/Terminal check ............................................. 7
9. De/Anti-icing................................................................................................................................... 8
10. Incident/Accident reportSL ........................................................................................................ 8

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2.1

Master Line Maintenance Procedure

2.1.1

Purpose
To establish policy and main procedure for the Line Maintenance Processes in
accordance with the appropriate referenced Authority Regulations and VietJet Air
Requirements.
To ensure that an acceptable safety standards and practices for aircraft maintenance
at all line stations to be maintained.

2.1.2

Scope
This simplified Line Maintenance Procedure applies to Organisations and Personnel
involved to Line Maintenance Processes for VJCs aircraft at all line stations located
in and outside of Vietnam territories.
This procedure contains only general instructions for a normal aircraft line
maintenance process. It does not contain all intructions necessary to solve all the
situations that might appeared at any outstation during daily operation.
For the detailed intructions to solve a situation please contact at followings:
Name of Department

TEL

VietJet Air

+84835471866

Engineering Department

Ext: 158

Email

engineering@vietjetair.com
VietJet Air
+84908145101

ssqa@vietjetair.com

VJC MCC SGN

+84979362783

mcc@vietjetair.com

VJC MCC HAN

+84909751110

han.mcc@vietjetair.com

SSQA Department

2.1.3

Responsibility
Contracted Maintenance Organisations/Airlines which have contracts and provide the
Line Maintenance Services for VJCs aircraft must be responsible for the retainment,
updating, dissemination and application of this procedure.
The line station Supervisor is responsible for ensurring the followings:
-

Only designated (trained and qualified) staff carry out maintenance services for
VJC aircraft.

All procedures related are strictly applied by the designated staff.

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All tooling/equipment used for maintenance works on VJC aircraft are controlled,
callibrated in accordance with manufacturers requirements.

Best standard practices are pertained.

Definition and abbreviation

1. Line Maintenance
Line maintenance is any maintenance that must be carried out to ensure that the
aircraft is fit for the intended flight. It may include:
-

Trouble shooting;

Defect rectification;

Component replacement with use of external test equipment if required.


Component replacement may include components such as engines;

Scheduled maintenance and/or checks including visual inspections that detect


obvious unsatisfactory conditions/discrepancies but do not require extensive and
in depth inspection. It may also include internal structure, systems and power
plant items which are visible through quick opening access panels/doors.

Minor repairs and modifications which do not require extensive disassembly and
can be accomplished by simple means.

2. Preflight/Transit check
The Preflight/Transit checks are Line Maintenance Checks to be performed at each
transit or before each flight, but not earlier than two (2) hours before the flight. This
check includes also the correction of troubles reported in the Aircraft Technical Log if
the airworthiness of the aircraft is affected.
3. Daily/Terminal check
The Daily/Terminal check is carried out in principle every day, and in any case must
not exceed 36 elapsed time.
4. Weekly check
The Weekly check is carried out within every 08 days
2.1.5

Procedure

1. Safety precautions General


During Line maintenance, the following safety precautions must be observed:

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a. All safety precautions and precautions relating to the parking of aircraft are to be
observed.
b. Designated roadways are to be utilized at all times when moving to and from
aircraft.
c. Any vehicle which moves in the vicinity of the aircraft is to do so in accordance
with the conditions specified in the Maintenance/Handling Manuals.
d. Any unsafe condition observed is to be reported to the Supervisor immediately
and the soonest action is to be taken to preserve the safety of personnel/aircraft.
e. Priority is always to be given to emergency service personnel and vehicles.
2. General maintenance requirements
a. All maintenance tasks shall be performed and completed in accordance with:
- Approved data (current revision),
- Authorised methods, and
- Approved tool/equipment and materials.
b. An applicable maintenance task in the task card, Work order, Engineering order
etc. must be performed by an appropriately trained and qualified maintenance
personnel.
Each maintenance task must thereafter be certified by an
appropriately certifying staff (authorised staff). The technical log must be certified
as final release to service, all reference maintenance data have be to annotated
in technical log
c. All additional tasks generated by routine or rectification work e.g. duplicate
inspections, functional checks, leak checks etc. shall be recorded and certified as
applicable. Staff initiating such requirements, are responsible for ensuring that
these additional tasks are adequate to restore the aircraft to an airworthy
condition.
d. The type, P/N and S/N of the calibrated tooling/equipment used to perform the
task and P/N, Good Receive Number (GRN) of consumable and expendable
material must be recorded in the Technical Log/ task card/ WO by the authorized
staff who has performed the task for traceability purpose
e. All measuring value must be recorded into relevant TLP/ task card/ worksheet
3. The entries in maintenance documentation
The entries in maintenance documentation shall satisfy the following general
requirements:
a. All the maintenance records shall be recorded in English using block letters and
using only familiar abbreviations or acronyms;

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b. The date shall be recorded as DD-MM-YYYY, for example 20-10-2010


c. When a step of work is completed on a task card or work instruction, the
authorized personnel shall sign on appropriate block in the maintenance
document
d. Leaving blocks blank of maintenance documents is not allowed. When there is no
information to be included in the record, the field (filling block) shall be annotated:
N/A means Not Applicable with reason clearly stated; N/R means Not
Required;
e. Mistakes shall be corrected by the person who wrote the entry. To make a
correction, he/she shall strike out the wrong words with a single line, write the
correct entry next to the incorrect ones and certify it with his initials and
authorization number. Erasing, using correction fluid or overwriting is not allowed.
f.

Measurement results must be recorded unless the instructions permit the use of
GO/NO GO gauges. For structural damage or leak, the dimension or leak rate shall be
also recorded.

g. The date the work was completed


h. The signature or stamp constitutes the approval for return to service for the work
performed
4.

Aircraft Preflight/Transit checks


Preflight/Transit check of aircraft is limited to certifying staff who has achieved a
required level of practical experience and training relating to the specific tasks.
In addition to the general safety precautions, the following requirements must be met:
a. The requirements of the specified Preflight/Transit checklist(s) corresponding to
type of aircraft are to be followed when carrying out line maintenance services.
b. Only approved maintenance data and documentations onboard the aircraft are to
be used during maintenance process.
c. All aircraft taxiways are to be maintained clear at any time that any aircraft is
taxiing. For safety reasons, never cross in front of or too close behind a taxiing
aircraft.
d. A position clear of the aircraft wing tip is to be maintained at any time that an
aircraft is moving.
e. Movement towards an aircraft is only to be made once the aircraft has come to a
complete stop. The chocks are then to be installed in front of and behind the nose
wheels prior to the headset being connected. Parking brake still set on. After
engines shutdown the chocks to be installed in front of and behind the outboard
set of one MLG (LH MLG is recommended). Parking brake set off when nose
wheels and at least one set of wheels on MLG have been chocked up. In

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abnormal circumstances, additional chocks may be required to be installed in


front of and behind other main landing gear wheels. (refer 2.15 for more detail).
f.

To help to cool the brakes and reduce the chance of thermal pressure release
from the tires, brakes should not be applied longer than necessary. During transit
parking brake is required only when wheel chocks are considered not sufficient.
Use of brake cooling fans, if available, is recommended.

g. No control system is to be operated during aircraft transits without an observer


first being placed in an appropriate position to ensure that safe operation is
maintained.
h. A final walk around check of the aircraft is to be carried out once all doors are
closed to ensure the aircraft is fit for flight. Particular attention must be paid to
doors and panels normally opened during transit and especially the re-fuel cap.
i.

j.

At aircraft departure, when the flight crew have stated their intention to depart, the
head set man shall:
-

Make sure that the areas surrounding the aircraft are clear for taxiing.

Advise the flight crew to obey marshalling signals from the applicable side of
the aircraft.

Disconnect the head set from the aircraft and secure the panel.

Remove any remaining safety pins.

Remove the nose wheel chocks and walk to the marshalling position.

Show the cockpit crew the remove chocks and safety pins and marshal the
aircraft to the taxiing way.

If the flight crew indicate that the aircraft should return for any reason, then the
maintenance staff is to confirm brake application with the flight crew prior to
advancing towards the aircraft, apply the conditions stated in term i) above.

k. Certification of Preflight/transit check shall be in aircraft technical log by


authorized staff
NOTE: Check tire pressure before first departure of the day and record the
measurement value of each tire in Aircraft Technical Log. Part number and Serial
number of pressure gauge will be recorded in TLP as well.
5. Daily/Terminal check
Daily check shall be performed by appropriately rated staff in accordance with the
current Daily check sheet as approved in the Aircraft Maintenance Schedule.
All general safety precautions must be observed.
Each Daily check on the aircraft is planned to be accomplished daily and

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remains valid for 36 hours elapsed time. A Daily check shall be accomplished on a
newly delivered aircraft prior to commencing the ferry flight.
Certification of Daily check shall be in aircraft technical log by authorized staff
6. Weekly check
Weekly Check shall be performed by appropriately rated authorized staff in
accordance with the Weekly Check sheet as approved in the Approved Maintenance
Schedule. An authorized staff holding a certification authorization with CAT B1, B2 or
A (if authorized to perform weekly check) may perform all the tasks listed in the
Weekly check sheet.
Each Weekly check on the aircraft is planned to be accomplished weekly and
remains valid for 8 days elapsed time. A Weekly Check shall be accomplished on a
newly delivered aircraft prior to introducing the aircraft for revenue service.
A maintenance accomplishment shall be recorded and certify in Weekly check sheet.
Final release to service shall be certified in the Technical Log. In addition, the APU
hours and start cycles shall be annotated in the Technical Log when certifying the
Weekly Check.
7. Refueling
Not in all the cases but re-fueling of aircraft may be necessary during transit service
or before a flight. The amount of fuel to be re-fuelled is given by the captain of the
flight. Maintenance staff has the responsibility to coordinate closely with the fuelling
company during the fueling process.
For the refueling process referred to the Refueling Procedure 2.16 for details.
8. Certification of Preflight/Transit and Daily/Terminal check
Before signing the Pre-flight/Transit check or Daily/Terminal check in the Aircraft
Technical Log, the signatory shall ensure that:
a. All Technical Log defects have been cleared or transferred to ADD logs,
whichever is applicable. If part replacement had been made, all data (P/N, S/N,
GRN or batch number) have been entered correctly in to the appropriate fields. All
accompanied release documentation of the replacement part is attached (using
stapler for example) to the corresponding Technical Log page or inserted securely
in the Technical Log cover folder (if too big to be stapled into the Technical Log
page).
b. All ADD have been reviewed and have had sufficient time limit for the intended
flight (taking into account any possible en-route weather conditions) to the next
destination. If any ADD requires a maintenance action to be done before the
flight, the entry in the Technical Log for that maintenance action had been made
and certified accordingly.
c. All fuel and oil uplifts have been properly recorded.

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d. Concessions (if any) have not expired and have had sufficient time limit for the
intended flight (taking into account any possible en-route weather conditions) to
the next destination.
e. The Certificate of Release to Service Scheduled Maintenance Inspection (CRSSMI) has not expired and have had sufficient time limit for the intended flight
(taking into account any possible en-route weather conditions) to the next
destination.
f.

The Notice to Crews (NTC) if any has been reviewed.

g. All items on the appropriate line check sheets have been carried out and verified.
NOTE:
Cabin defects found by Cabin Attendants will be entered in the Cabin Condition
Log kept on each aircraft. At the end of each sector the Purser will present the
Cabin Defects Log to the Captain, who shall enter defects of an airworthiness
nature into the Aircraft Technical Log.
Authorised staff carrying out transit checks shall check the Cabin Condition Log to
ensure that all defects, which have not been transferred, are non-airworthiness
related, and have been acted (fix or deferment) accordingly as required. Defects
that have airworthiness implications and have been transferred into Aircraft
Technical Log shall be annotated as such in the Cabin Condition Log and initialled
in the ACTION TAKEN block.
9. De/Anti-icing
De/anti-icing is normally carried out by the Contracted ground service Company/Part
5 AMO before take-off. VJC has accepted De/anti-icing procedure of the Service
Company/ Part 5-AMO.
(For more detail please refer De/Anti-icing procedure 2.20).
10. Incident/Accident reportSL
If Incident/Accident occurred, keep informed as soon as possible to VJC MCC and
follow their instruction (for more detail refer procedure 2.7).

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Technical log ................................................................................................................. 2

2.2.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................... 2

2.2.2

Scope ...................................................................................................................... 2

2.2.3

Responsibility ......................................................................................................... 2

2.2.4

Reference ................................................................................................................ 2

2.2.5

Procedure ............................................................................................................... 2

1.

Technical Logs carried on aircraft ................................................................................ 2

2.

Color technical log pages ............................................................................................. 2

3.

Removal/Distribution of Technical Log ........................................................................ 2


a.

At Main base............................................................................................................................ 2

b.

At Line stations........................................................................................................................ 3

2.2.6

General requirements ............................................................................................ 3

2.2.7

Detail Rules............................................................................................................. 4

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Technical log

2.2.1

Purpose

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To establish the requirements for the use of the aircraft Technical Log
2.2.2

Scope
This procedure applies to the maintenance certification of VietJet Air aircraft Technical
Log at the Line and base maintenance

2.2.3

Responsibility
The VJC AMO and contracted maintenance organization is responsible for compliance
with the requirements in this procedure

2.2.4

Reference
MME 2.1

2.2.5

Procedure

1. Technical Logs carried on aircraft


The Technical Logs carried on each VietJet Air aircraft include
-

The Technical log in use


The previous Technical log, and
One spare Technical log

2. Color technical log pages


Technical log is printed in sets of 4 pages. The pages are color coded as follows:
3.

White - Technical Records Copy


Blue - Engineering & Planning Copy
Pink - Station Copy
Yellow - Book Copy

Removal/Distribution of Technical Log


a. At Main base
-

Prior to aircraft flight, remove pink copy and blue copies of previous sectors (if
available) and keep at MCC office

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All completed white shall be retained in the Technical Log book until end of the
day. White copies and blue copy of last sector (if available) will be removed when
aircraft night stop
Forward white copies to Technical Records office
Yellow copies to remain in the Technical Log until the book is replaced

b. At Line stations
-

All completed white copies shall be retained in the Technical Log book for main
base to remove.
Prior to aircraft flight, the pink copies and remaining blue copies of previous
sectors (if available) shall be removed and kept by the respective line stations for
minimum 48 hours
NOTE: only pink copy shall be removed prior to aircraft flight at stations where
maintenance is not available

2.2.6

General requirements
-

All entries shall be in English.


All entries shall be in BLOCK LETTER.
The Technical log shall be accurately completed and must be legible. All entries
shall be in black or blue ballpoint pen.
When more than one page of Technical Log recorded for a flight, before transfer
the aircraft to flight crew, Technical staff must sign in block 15 or 16 of the last
techlog page (depending on maintenance type has been done for that flight);
Flight Crew required to sign the box 17 "Captain accepted the aircraft of the
last technical log pages of that flight. Other information not required to transfer to
the last page of this flight.
Erasures or alteration of entries in technical log are not permitted. If wrong entry
occurred, cross the incorrect word (s) and re-entry the correct one (for example:
REDY READY).
To cancel a whole block: 01 cross (from 7h00 to 13h00) of that block to express
that is wrong information (Note: Not allow to cancel the block entry by others).
+

For Certifying staff: Please signed and fully completed the information
into CRS columns of block 10C to confirm about cancel.

For Flight Crew: Please check the CREW box and sign in the "Captain"
block 10B to confirm about cancel.

When the information of total flight hours, flight cycles at the "FLIGHT LOG"
section is wrong and need correction request has been raise by Technical
statistic section, The Certifying staff will open a new Techlog page and the
minimum information needed to transfer to the new page is: the fuel remaining,

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total block time, total flight time, total LDGs. Also in block 10 must complete and
sign as required.
When replacing a new Techlog book, the Certifying staff has to record in the
block 10A, 10C of the Techlog pages to clarify the continuity of the two log book.
+

At the last page of old books have to write "The following techlog is ..."
and

At the first page of the new book will record "The previous techlog is...

Then signed and completed information on the corresponding CRS


column.

The last 15 Tech log pages shall be kept along with new Tech log for
reference

Detail Rules
Title/Content

Instruction/Explanation

No.

Responsibilities
Crew

Tec
h

Both Note

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

HEADER

Box printed the operators name, logo,


form number, page number of the
Technical log and control information.

FROM:

Write down the IATA 3 letter-code for


departure airport.

TO:

Write down the IATA 3 letter-code for


landing airport.

FLT. NO:

Write down the VJC flight number

CAPT:

Write down the captain's name who


performs their duty on that flight

A/C TYPE

Code of Aircraft A320

A/C REG:

X
N/A

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Write down the Aircraft registration


number.
8

DATE
Flight date: DD - MM - YY.

DELAY

Note down all information about the flight


delay (departure time delays more than 15

minutes)
DELAY
CODE:
Write down the technical delay code.

REASON
X
Short description of delay reasons
DELAY TIME:

Delay time: write the time delayed behind


the schedule

DELAY TIME = CHOCK OFF


SCHEDULE (> 15)

9A

10A

Approach
Category
Status

Tick appropriate box for downgrade of


CAT III to correct Approach Category
Status

DEFECT

Aim to reflect whatever information

(STATE IF
NIL
FURTHER)

related to aircraft in technical site which


the Crew and Technical Staff assume
necessary. Crew is required to write NIL in
case of nothing to reflect.

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Write down item number of the defects. In


ITEM

case the space for content of DEFECT is


X
not enough, continue to write down in the
part bellow, but ITEM must be re-written
X

ATA CODE

4-digit ATA 100 defect code.

10A
Note
1

To define who reflects the defect by


REPORTED
BY

making a cross letter (X) in relative box.

Captain (Commander) of the flight who


CAPT

signs to be responsible for flight

SIGN:.......

information (ex : delay, defect in flight,

10B

X
Tech log, number of landing v.v.)
This Block use for recording
ACTION

all Action taken to answer all demand in

TAKEN

DEFECT block. Every defect must be

Note
2
X

answered in ACTION TAKEN. Even


when flight crew writes NIL technical

10C

staff must answers NOTED, THANKS,


sign and fill in relevant CRS column.
Item number - ITEM completed that
ITEM

relevant to DEFECT item.


X
In case the space for content of ACTION

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TAKEN is not enough, continue to write


down in the part bellow, but ITEM must be
re-written and mark (x) to CRS column
below
Write down Deferred defect number,
A.D.D
RAISED
NO.

Airworthiness related acceptable deferred

defects and NON MEL airworthiness


related acceptable deferred defects.
Write down Aircraft Deferred Defect

A.D.D

number that it has been rectified.

CLEARED
NO.

C.R.S

This box is used for Certifying staff to


signed and fill related information to
confirm the works in

item 10 ACTION TAKEN.


X
- SIGN:

Sign and,

- AUTH NO.:

Write down his Authorization number.

- PLACE:

Working Place.

X
10C

Time and date in UTC: DD-MM-YY.


X
TIME/DATE
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COMPONEN
T

Write down necessary information related

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INFORMATIO
N

to the component ON/OFF as describe in

ITEM NO.

Item number relevant to ACTION


TAKEN.

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action taken block.

Part number of the installed and removed


PART

equipment.

NUMBER
The manufacturer serial number of the
S/N OFF

component or equipment removed from

the aircraft.
The manufacturer serial number of the
S/N ON

component or equipment installed on the

aircraft.
The GRN number of the equipment
X
G.R.N ON

installed on the aircraft.

FUEL

Write down the quantity of the fuel tank on

DISTRIBUTION

the aircraft using kg unit.


Leave blank column if there is no aircraft

12

(KGS)
fuel changes

REMAINING

Note
3

Write down the remaining fuel in the left


main, center, right main tanks and the total
of fuel tank after the flight
Data is taken from aircraft fuel
indicator.

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Note
4

Write down the remaining fuel in the left


main, center, right main tanks
B/F FUELING
and the total of fuel tank before uplifting
prior to the flight. If no refueling, leave

blank column. Data is taken from


aircraft fuel indicator.
Write down the uplift fuel for left main,
UPLIFT

center, and right main tanks and the total


of tanks.

UPLIFT = SUM - B/F FUELLING


If no refueling, leave blank column.
Note
4

Write down the total fuel quantity of the


Sum

available B/F FUELLING in each tank and


the quantity of uplifting fuelling in the
tank.
For the flight without fuelling, FOB must

be filled in this box before departure.


Data is taken from aircraft fuel
indicator.
Write down adjust fuel (uplift or defueling)
Adjust

before departure
X
ADJUST = | DEPART. SUM |
If no refueling, leave blank column.

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Total adjusted fuel quantity and sum of


Depart.

fuel above. If no fuel adjustment, leave


X

blank column.
Data is taken from aircraft fuel
indicator.
Write down the total fuelling on the
Bowser

indication of the fuelling pumping machine

(uplift)

(or fuelling pumping equipment)

Write down the total fuelling on the


X
FUEL IND

indication of the aircraft fuel indicator.


Write down the difference between total

DISCREPAN
CY

fuelling on the browser and aircraft fuel


X

indicator.
DISCREPANCY = |TOTAL UPLIFT BOWSER/(UPLIFT) |

X
DENSITY

Fuel density when uplift


Write down the bill number of each

FUEL BILL
NO
13

refueling.

Certifying staff shall write down the OIL,


Oil/ IDG /

HYDRAULIC data during maintenance.

Hydraulics

No fill: write NIL

X
Not apply: write N/A

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Write down the quantity of uplift oil for


OIL/ Uplift

each engine and the total quantity of


available oil in the engine.
Write down the total quantity of available

X
Total

oil in the engine.


Write down the quantity of uplift oils each
X

IDG UPLIFT

system.

Hydraulics

Write down the quantity of uplift oil each

systems/

relevant system.

Uplift
13A

I hereby

This Block used for Certifying staff/PIC to

Certify

certify about quantity and quality of fuel

that...

and fluid uplift to aircraft on block 12


and/or 13.

Note
4

NAME: name of Certifying staff/PIC


performed the fuel, oil uplift.
AUTH No: authorization number of
Certifying staff/PIC issued by AMO.
SIGN: Signature of. Staffs/PIC
Box is used for crew to record Flight Log
14

Flight Log

in UTC.

(UTC)
X

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Time of chock on.

Chock off

Time of chock off.

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X
Write down the difference between the
Block time

chock on time and the chock off time:

BLOCK TIME = CHOCK (ON OFF)


Write down the total block time and the
Previous

total block from the Previous Log.

Log
Write down the total block of block Time
Total block

and the total block in the Previous Log.

time

TOTAL BLOCK TIME = PRE. LOG +


BLOCK

TIME.
Write down the actual time at the moment
X
LDG

of touch down.
Write down the actual time at the moment
X

Take-off

of takeoff.
Write down the difference between on

Flight time

LDG and Take off time:

FLIGHT TIME = LDG - TAKE-OFF.


Write down the total flight time from the
X
Previous

Previous Log.

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Log
Write down the total flight hours of flight
Total

time and the total flight hours in the

flight time

Previous Log.

TOTAL FLT. TIME = PRE. LOG + FLIGHT


TIME

Landings

Write down the data of number of


landings.

Write down the number of landing B/F in


Previous

the Previous Log.

Log

PREVIOUS LOGTLP = TOTAL LDGS


PREVIOUS TLP

Note
5

Write down the number of full stop


Full stop

landings of the aircraft

LDGs

(LANDING -TAXIING - FULL STOP)

Write down the number of Touch and Go


X
Touch & Go

(TOUCH-DOWN - TAXING -TAKE-OFF)


Write down the number of landings total

Total LDGs

LDGs = previous log + Full stop LDGs +

Touch & Go
Write down the autoland CAT
Autoland

AUTO LAND: write I, II or III

Cat

MANUAL LANDING: leave blank.

Note
6

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Time that irregular situations occur in


RECORD

flight or maintenance required.

EVENT TIME

Push Back
This Sector

Circle YES if pushback for current Tech


Log has been used or circle NO if no
pushback was used.

Make a circle in YES if ETOPS flight


ETOPS

conducted. Otherwise, make a circle mark

in NO.
15

Daily /

Writing down the information on daily

Terminal

terminal check completed.

CHK

Make a circle mark in relevant content.

X
Completed

Date Time

Date and Time in UTC completed.

(UTC)
X
Sign

Signature of authorized Certifying staff.


Authorization number of Certifying staff
X

Auth No.

issued by AMO.
X

16

Place

Working place.

Preflight /

Write down the information on aircraft

Transit /

Preflight/Transit/ETOPS check.

Note
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Write circle mark on relevant content.

CHK
completed
X
Date Time

Date and Time in UTC of completion.

(UTC)
X
Sign

Signature of authorized Certifying


staff/PIC.
X

Authorization number of Certifying staff


Auth No.

issued by AMO/PIC
X

Place

Working place.

Sign:

Commander signature with full name.

17
X

FULL name:
18

Tick box if
the next
Tech Log
page will be
used for the
same sector

In the event that the content is too long


and
the next page is needed, then this box
must
be ticked in order to show that there is still
information on the next page.

19

Write down the number of hour of APU


APU hrs:.......
Apu cyc.:......

and APU cycles.

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Write down all de/anti-icing work


De/Anti -

performed with:

icing
Type of
fluid

Type of fluid and percentage of fluid used.


X

applied:....../..
.
.....%

X
Sign:

Commander signature with full name.

Start:.............
.....UTC.

Starting time to perform the work in UTC.

Finish............
...

Finish time of the work.

.UTC

NOTE 1: REPORTED BY: There are 02 boxes to mark defect. If crew found the defect,
mark the box CREW. If technician found the defect, mark the box ENG.

NOTE 2: ACTION TAKEN: Certifying staff record as detailed as possible all defect
rectification actions carried out. Records of relevant references for trouble
shooting/defect rectification actions must be clearly written.
In case of PIC defers defect without maintenance action required by MEL
at unmanned station. PIC makes appropriate entry into ACTION TAKEN column.

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NOTE 3: REMAINING: Crew record in this box the remaining fuel in each tank and in
total after the flight. In case already uplift and fuel quantity is changed due to flight
cancelled or maintenance.., Technician have to record fuel remaining in REMAINING
box before new flight.
Data is taken from aircraft fuel indicator.

NOTE 4: Crew performs at unmanned station and Certifying staff performs at manned
stations

NOTE 5: Full stop Landing: the process of Landing - Taxiing - Full Stop;

NOTE 6: Touch and Go: the process of Touch down - Taxiing -Take off.

NOTE 7: PIC performs transit check at unmanned stations. Certifying staff performs
transit check at manned stations

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CABIN CONDITION LOG


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PART 2.3
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Cabin Condition Log ..................................................................................................... 2

2.3.1 Purpose ...................................................................................................................... 2


2.3.2 Scope and responsibility........................................................................................... 2
2.3.3 Procedure ................................................................................................................... 2
1.

Cabin Condition Log Record Sheet ........................................................................................... 2

2.

Recording of defects .................................................................................................................. 2

3.

Clearing defects ......................................................................................................................... 3

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2.3.1

Purpose

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This procedure details the method, by which aircraft cabin defects are recorded, rectified
and controlled using Cabin Condition Log
2.3.2

Scope and responsibility


It is the responsibility of the Cabin Crew to record in accordance with this procedure any
aircraft cabin defects found or experienced during flight.
It is the responsibility of the Cabin Crew at the end of each flight to forward the Cabin
Condition Log to the Captain for his review and signature.
It is the responsibility of authorised staff to ensure that Cabin Defects are attended to at
each aircraft transit or turnaround stop.
It is the responsibility of the staff certifying the line maintenance check to ensure that cabin
defects are either cleared or deferred in an approved method.
It is the ultimate responsibility of the Aircraft Commander accepting the aircraft for flight to
ensure that all outstanding and deferred defects are reviewed and that aircraft and cabin
defects are either cleared or deferred.

2.3.3

Procedure
1. Cabin Condition Log Record Sheet
The Cabin Condition Log is a collection of serialized sheets for the reporting and in
some case clearing of cabin defects. Each Cabin Log sheet consists of one (1)
original and one (1) copy
-

The original white will only be removed at SGN and be forwarded to Technical
Records

The yellow copy will remain in the log until stripped at SGN, leaving 10 off sheets
for information. Removed sheets shall be forwarded to Technical Records.

NOTE:
- Line station staff must not remove sheets from the cabin condition log.
- Cabin crew must not remove cabin log sheet.
2. Recording of defects
The heading of each report sheet is to be completed giving the Flight Number and date.
Defect symptoms are to be entered in the DEFECTS block

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The entries are to be printed using block capitals with a ball point pen and using a
backing card under the last sheet of the current page.
Upon termination of each flight, or a series of flights, the Cabin Crew will enter
complete and accurate details of any cabin defect.
The Cabin Crew shall sign and forward the Cabin Condition Log to the Captain for
his signature and action
3. Clearing defects
Defect can be either fixed or transferred to Aircraft technical log.
Captain shall transfer defects of an airworthiness nature into the Aircraft Technical
Log.
Authorised staff shall either transfer defects to Technical log or rectify defects
When transferring a cabin log entry into the Aircraft Technical Log, the wording
TRANSFERRED TO AIRCRAFT TECHNICAL LOG will be entered in the
ACTION TAKEN column of the cabin log.
Technical log page number shall be recorded in TRANSFER TO TLP NO. box of
Cabin Condition Log. Other boxes will be required for completion.
In case of handling over the acceptable defered defects, completion of the
MEL/Airworthiness ADD log and/or Non MEL/Airworthiness ADD log is required.
The Deferred Cabin Defects record sheet will remain in the Cabin Condition Log
after clearance showing cleared and un-cleared defects. It will be removed and
forwarded to Technical Records when the record sheet is fully utilised with all
deferred defects closed.

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ACCEPTABLE DEFERRED DEFECT LOG


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PART 2.4
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ACCEPTABLE DEFERRED DEFECT LOG ................................................................................. 3

2.4.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................................... 3

2.4.1

Scope ................................................................................................................................... 3

2.4.3

Responsibility ...................................................................................................................... 3

2.4.4

Reference ............................................................................................................................. 3

2.4.5

Procedure ............................................................................................................................ 3

2.4.5.1 General ................................................................................................................................ 3


2.4.5.2. Airworthiness Deferred Defect log (form QDF101-B) ........................................................... 3
2.4.5.3. Non Airworthiness Deferred Defect log (form QDF101-C) ................................................... 6

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ACCEPTABLE DEFERRED DEFECT LOG

2.4.1

Purpose

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To establish the requirements for recording deferred defects and clearing deferred defects
after rectification work has been carried out on the VietJet Air aircraft.
2.4.1

Scope
This procedure applies to a defect deferred on VietJet Air aircraft in accordance with the
Minimum Equipment List, Configuration Deviation List, Structure Repair Manual, Aircraft
Maintenance Manual, or as a Non-Airworthiness Significant Item.

2.4.3

Responsibility
The VJC AMO and contracted maintenance organization is responsible for compliance with
the requirements in this procedure

2.4.4

Reference
MME 2.1

2.4.5

Procedure

2.4.5.1 General
The Acceptable Deferred Defect logs (ADD Log) are summary sheets used by authorized
staff and PIC to record deferred defects and clearing dates of the deferred defects after
rectification work has been carried out on the aircraft.
The ADD log acts as a reference guide for flight crew and authorized staff to see deferred
defects and theirs information such as raising date, due date, MEL reference, required
maintenance procedures before flight etc. ADD logs are placed inside a clear plastic holder
in Technical Log folder.
The authorized staff signature and authorization number in the ADD log are not a
certification for a Certificate of Release to Service. It only serves to allow traceability to the
staff raising and clearing the deferred defect. The Certificate of Release to Service issued
by the authorized staff for the deferral and rectification of the deferred defect is recorded in
the corresponding aircraft Technical Log.

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ADD logs are always retained with the Technical Log Folder until all deferred defects been
cleared. MCC will collect all ADD log, that all defects have been cleared, and forward to VJC
Tech record
MCC shall replace new batch of ADD log when last sheet of in-used ADD logs is being
used. All opened ADD items will be transferred t to new batch of ADD log
2.4.5.2. Airworthiness Deferred Defect log (form QDF101-B)
When a deferrable defect relating to MEL and/or airworthiness is raised in the technical log
or in Non-routine card, an entry will be required to the MEL/ AIRWORTHINESS RELATED
ACCEPTABLE DEFERED DEFECT log
MEL/Airworthiness ADD log is in pink color.
The technical log folder includes:
-

ADD logs (one batch includes 06 sheets which numbered 1 to 6 and stapled together)
All pertinent information must be written by authorized staff as following:

INFORMATION

DESCRIPTION

NOTE

ADD RAISED
SIGN

The authorized
signature.

staff

makes

his

AUTHO. NO

Number of the authorization

DATE

Date when a defer defect is raised

STATION

Code of line station where the defect


is
raised.

NTC RAISED

Circle YES if raise an NTC otherwise


circle NO

DEFECT INFORMATION
TX FROM TLP#
MEL/AMM/SRM REF#

Serial number of the technical log


page where the defect is raised.
MEL reference number

ADD NO.

Number of ADD raised

DEFERRAL
LIMIT

Write down MEL CAT if applicable

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DUE

Expiry date (FH or FC) of the defect

MAINT PROC

Circle YES if there is specific


maintenance procedures required by
MEL, AMM etc. otherwise circle NO

OPS PROC

Circle YES if there is specific


operation procedures required by
MEL, AMM etc. otherwise circle NO

OPS LIMIT

Circle YES if there is limitation


operation due to the defect otherwise
circle NO

NTC
CANCELLED

Circle YES when an NTC has been


cleared otherwise circle NO

ADD CLEARANCE
TLP REF # OR
WP#, NRC#

The serial number of Technical log page or


Work package number and NCR number
where the defect is cleared

SIGN

The signature of authorized staff who


clear defects

AUTH NO

Number of authorization

DATE

Date the defect is clear

STATION

The place where defect is clear

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Normally, NTC shall


be cleared after
relevant defect is
rectified

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2.4.5.3. Non Airworthiness Deferred Defect log (form QDF101-C)


When a deferrable defect relating to Non MEL and/or non-airworthiness is raised in the
technical log, an entry will be required to the NON MEL/ AIRWORTHINESS RELATED
ACCEPTABLE DEFERED DEFECT log
Non MEL/Airworthiness ADD log is in blue color.
The technical log folder includes:
- ADD logs (one batch includes 10 sheets which numbered 1 to 10 and
No time limits are placed on the rectification of the Non Airworthiness Deferred Defects.
However, every reasonable effort shall be made to effect the rectification at the next
hangar scheduled check.
All pertinent information must be written by authorized staff as following:
INFORMATION

DESCRIPTION

NOTE

ADD RAISED
SIGN

The authorized
signature.

staff

makes

his

AUTHO. NO

Number of the authorization

DATE

Date when a defer defect is raised

STATION

Code of line station where the defect


is
raised.

DEFECT INFORMATION
TX FROM TLP#

Serial number of the technical log


page where the defect is raised.

ADD NO.

Number of ADD raised

ADD CLEARANCE
The serial number of Technical log
TLP REF # OR WP# page or Work package number and
AND NRC#
NRC number where the defect is
cleared
SIGN

The signature of authorized staff who


clear defects

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AUTH NO

Number of authorization

DATE

Date the defect is clear

STATION

The place where defect is clear

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USE AND COMPLETION OF LINE


DOCUMENTATION
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PART 2.5
USE AND COMPLETION OF LINE DOCUMENTATION

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Use and Completion of Line Documentations .............................................................. 2

2.5.1 Purpose ....................................................................................................................... 2


2.5.2 Scope .......................................................................................................................... 2
2.5.3 Responsibility ............................................................................................................. 2
2.5.4 Reference .................................................................................................................... 2
2.5.5 Procedure ................................................................................................................... 2
1.

2.

General ........................................................................................................................ 2
a.

VietJet Air Maintenance Forms ................................................................................. 2

b.

Forms of maintenance organisations: ........................................................................ 4


Completion of the line maintenance documents before departure: ............................... 5

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2.5

Use and Completion of Line Documentations

2.5.1

Purpose

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To establish a procedure for use and completion of the line maintenance documents
during normal line maintenance activities i.a.w appropriated requirements of CAAV,
relative authorities and VJC.
2.5.2

Scope
This procedure is only used for line maintenance activities, related maintenance
documents and all activities to be performed by authorized staffs.

2.5.3

Responsibility
Authorized staff working in aircraft line maintenance is responsible for performing
this procedure.

2.5.4

Reference
MME 2.1, LMM 3.1
The line maintenance contract (the article related to, if any)

2.5.5

Procedure
1. General
VJCs line maitenance documents are a system of documents for recording all
maintenance activities carried out on VJCs aircraft whilst the aircraft is operating
between scheduled visits to the base maintenance facility. They are specified as
following:
a. VietJet Air Maintenance Forms
-

Technical Log consist of:

Technical Logs form QDF100V are printed in sets of four colored pages
each 50 sets in each technical logbook.

MEL/Airworthiness related acceptable deferred defects form QDF101-B


normally 10 pages in each technical log book;

Non MEL/Airworthiness related acceptable deferred defects form


QDF101-C normally 10 pages in each technical log book;

Cabin Defect Log: Cabin Defect Log form QDF103V are printed in sets of two
pages each.

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Airframe Dent & Buckle chart record form(s): To record dents and damages
of the airframe and engines of the subjected aircraft that disclosed after a
flight or curently under monitoring.

MEL/Airworthiness related Acceptable Deferred Defect form QDF101-B to


record MEL/Airworthiness related acceptable deferred defects- disclosed
after a flight or curently under monitoring. This form is used as a part of
technical log shall be inserted in log book folder.The form(s) shall be retained
until all the defects recorded have been cleared or transferred in to a suitable
base maintenance workpackage.

None-MEL/Airworthiness related Acceptable Deferred Defect form QDF101C to record None-MEL and None-Airworthiness nature acceptable deferred
defects - disclosed after a flight or curently under monitoring. This form is
used as a part of technical log shall be inserted in log book folder.The form(s)
shall be retained until all the defects recorded have been cleared or
transferred in to a suitable base maintenance workpackage.

Notice to Crews form QDF104V: This form is used by CRS holders, AMO to
pass all additional information and notices to flight crews.

All Line Maintenance Check Forms: All line maintenance check forms
applicable to the aircraft shall be kept in the technical log folder for quick
reference purpose at outstations. The line maintenance check forms are
Preflight/Transit check (form EPF107), Daily check (form EPF108) and
Weekly check (EPF124)

Taskcard (form EPF109) developed to reflect approved Maintenance


Schedule requirements. The tasks card is used as a simple means of
complying with regulations for performing maintenance, as well as
maintenance recordkeeping. Maintenance task card is to define and record
work perform, it may not include accomplishment methods and standard
concerning the maintenance tasks. The corresponding reference data given
in task card i.e. AMM, AD, SB, etc. The task card shall be issued by
Engineering and Planning division accompanied the Work Order

Work Order (form EPF105) is issued to request contracted maintenance


organisation for performing task card, Engineering Order or completion of
complicated work. The WO is clearly referred to:
+

MRO

WO number

Description of work request with corresponding reference AMM, Task


card, EO number

Action taken

Required material and tooling

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Special maintenance requirements such as Duplicate inspection, engine


ground run, NDT etc.

Certificate of Release to Service

and other information

Engineering Order (form EPF111) is generated by Tech service engineerEngineering and Planning division to transfer maintenance data form
manufacturer instructions, Airworthiness Directive, Service Bulletin,
Modification instructions into VJC format for ease of use. The EO does not
list detail maintenance steps and can only refer to those instruction and
procedures. The EO is used for maintenance inspection, defect rectification,
embodiment of AD/SB.
The following information are outlined in EO:
+

EO number

EO revision number

Effectivity

Maintenance task type

Manual effected

WO number

Material and tooling

Work requirement

Certificate of release to service

and other information

Concession (form CAAV-FSSD-AIR 040)/ Variation (form CAAV-FSSD-AIR


042)/: These form shall be used to get VJC approval for further deferment of
a defect or extention of schedule maintenance tasks.

Inoperative Placard (form MXF214): The small Inoperative pacard shall be


placed on switches or indication units of the deferred unserviceable system
that is released under the applicable MEL to advise the crew for the flight. It
shall be removed by engineer when defect has been rectified and system is
operational

b. Forms of maintenance organisations:


In addition to the above forms of VJC, some other forms of AMO(s) shall also be
retained in the Technical log book folder for the purpose of showing the
maintenance status of the aircraft:

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CRS-SMI of the last checks: These forms are maintenance records that show
the compliance with the AMS of the aircraft type.

c. The Authorized staff is responsible for keeping the line maintenance documents
in good condition during line maintenance time. They only have to use the
approved and controlled documents when performing their works.
Documentation completion must be followed the related instructions. The
Authorized staff certifies by signing and stamping to the related technical log
pages.
2. Completion of the line maintenance documents before departure:
a. When the aircraft arrived, authorized staff will perform line maintenance by using
VJCs appropriate check-lists; These check-lists can be found in Technical Log
Book folder in the cockpit. Refer procedure 2.1 for the details
b. VJC requires that Cabin Defect Log is necessary to be reviewed by the
authorised staff before each departure. Refer procedure 2.3 for the details.
c. When any line maintenance requirement is due. For the operation of the aircraft
a concession request will be considered; It is advised that an approved
concession must be obtained in this case before departure. The authorized staff
working at line station can contact the appropriate VJC MCC for assistant.

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DEFECT CONTROL PROCEDURE ............................................................................. 2

2.6.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................... 2

2.6.2

Scope ....................................................................................................................... 2

2.6.3

Responsibility ......................................................................................................... 2

2.6.4

References .............................................................................................................. 2

2.6.5

Definition and abbreviation .................................................................................... 2

2.6.6

Procedure ................................................................................................................ 2

2.6.6.1 Deferring defect and MEL Application ............................................................... 2


1. General ..................................................................................................................... 2
2. To raise ADD ............................................................................................................ 3
3. To clear an ADD ....................................................................................................... 4
4. Concession Request ................................................................................................. 5
5. Repetitive defect monitoring ...................................................................................... 5
a. Repetitive defect .................................................................................................... 5
b. Common defect ..................................................................................................... 5
c.

Repetitive defect control procedure........................................................................ 6

6. Control of required repetitive inspection of deferred defect ....................................... 6


a. Deferred structure repair ........................................................................................ 6
b. System deferred defect .......................................................................................... 7
c.

Maintenance performance before flight .................................................................. 8

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Defect Control Procedure

2.6.1

Purpose

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To establish the procedure and instructions for the situations when technical
discrepancies are deferred as an Acceptable Deferred Defect (ADD) or cleared and
request for an extension of a MEL item should be made. MEL applications also are
mentioned in accordance with appropriate referenced VAR regulatory requirements.
2.6.2

Scope
This procedure applies to VJC SSQA/TQA department, Engineering Department, VJC
MCC and authorised staff at line stations.

2.6.3

Responsibility
VJC SSQA/TQA Department, Engineering Department, VJC MCC, Authorised Staff at
all line stations are required to comply this procedure.

2.6.4

References
MME 2.1, 2.19

2.6.5

Definition and abbreviation


ADD: Acceptable Deferred Defect;
CDL: Configuration Deviation List;
DDG: Dispatch Deviation Guide;
MEL: Minimum Equipments List;

2.6.6

Procedure

2.6.6.1 Deferring defect and MEL Application


1. General
In order to maintain flight schedule integrity, it occasionally becomes necessary to
defer the correction of minor discrepancies until maintenance can be
accomplished. Deferrals will be permitted under controlled conditions defined in
the VJCs Manual System (MEL, CDL, and other technical manuals).
All deferrals will be authorized for a specific repair interval. If the repair cannot be
implemented within the repair interval, the concession request may be submitted
to the SSQA Director or TQA Manager of VJC for approval.
NOTE: Request for concession will be mentioned here in section 1.4 below.

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The ADDs are split into two groups:


a. MEL/Airworthiness related ADD. These ADDs are those related to the
MEL/Airworthiness requirements and will additionally include all defects that
are within the Approved Maintenance Manuals (MEL, CDL, SRM, AMM etc.)
limitations.
b. Non MEL/Airworthiness related ADD. These items are discrepancies that do
not affect the continued safe operation of an aircraft, and may be deferred
until the next maintenance opportunity. Such items are generally not
specifically listed in the MEL/CDL/AMM/SRM, etc
c. When raising, progressing or clearing an ADD it is necessary to complete
an entry on the Airworthiness/MEL or Non-Airworthiness/MEL related ADD
log as well as on the Technical Log page.

NOTE: VJC MCC shall have the responsibility to control and monitoring all ADD
of entire fleet.
2. To raise ADD
a. All authorised staff when deferring MEL defects into ADD log are to
annotate in the ACTION TAKEN column of the Technical Log as follows:
-

Statement ADD XXX-Y RAISED (where XXX are the tech log page
number and Y is item number of tech log page).

The MEL reference number

The MEL Repair Interval Category (A, B, C or D)

The expiry date of the MEL

Any conditions and requirements of Approved Maintenance Manual


such as maintenance/operations procedures given in MEL have to
comply with and entry in to Tech log as Actions Taken is required and
any observations or troubleshooting carried out on the defect, any
operational limitations due to the defect and any precaution carried out
and/or Notice To Crew raised or inform to Flight crew if necessary.

b. Enter ADD number in the ADD Raised No. bock on the Technical Log
page
c. Complete the ADD log by annotating the ADD RAISED detail section with
Technical Log Page reference and item number and then certify the entry.

NOTE 1: Authorized staff has to liaise with VJC Station manager when the ADDs
have affected to carriers ground operation (for example: degrade of

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passengers accommodation, cargo compartment, seat occupied,


oxygen container);
NOTE 2:

Aircraft status and defect information must be informed to VJC MCC


upon deferral for tracking and monitoring purposes.

NOTE 3:

End of the day, MCC has to quantify all deferred defects that recorded
into respective ADD logs and ensure that all deferred defects are
properly recorded and maintained. The quantification of deferred
defects on each aircraft is to avoid any missing of in- used ADD logs.
Re-entry deferred defects into ADD logs should be carried out if there
are missing of ADD log

3. To clear an ADD
a. Insert the text appropriate to the rectification work carried out into the
ACTION TAKEN block of the Technical Log Page and certify the entry.
The reference number of Concession has to be annotated if deferred
defect associated to a concession
b. Complete the ADD log by annotating the CLEARANCE detail section with
Technical Log Page reference and item number and then certify the entry

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NOTE: during hangar maintenance, it is acceptable for clearing ADD by transfer


of existing ADD to Non-Routine Card when aircraft is undergoing check. Upon
rectification of NRC, respective ADD log shall be annotated WP number and
NRC number in ADD CLEARANCE box.
4. Concession Request
Authorized staff has to review ADD for properly deferred and maintained. VJC
MCC is responsible for necessary maintenance follow-up including spare parts
support to ensure that the ADDs will be correctly cleared, properly deferred.
If the repair cannot be implemented within the repair interval, a Concession
Request for extension made by VJC MCC and or Engineering Department can be
made and submit to VJCs SSQA/TQA for approval under authorization of CAAV.
The Authorised staff must quote the reference number of Concession in the
ACTION TAKEN block of Aircraft Technical Log when signing the Certificate of
Release to Service
5. Repetitive defect monitoring
a. Repetitive defect
Repetitive Defect is an ADD which had been cleared but re-occur with the
same nature (for example: same MEL reference) during 10 previous
consecutive flights regardless any trouble shooting action had been done.
b. Common defect
A common defect is a similar defect on aircraft system that exists on the same
aircraft fleet.
If a defect is found to be repetitive or common during line maintenance
process, the following actions should be carried out:
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Information on troubleshooting steps carried out and related references


must also be clearly recorded in the appropriate technical log page(s) for
accountability.

VJC MCC is responsible for monitoring repetitiveness of defects and


having effective trouble shooting methods applied.

Provided that a repetitive defect occurred and recorded in Technical Log book
and:
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A statement "THIS IS REPETITIVE DEFECT must be entered in


ACTION TAKEN block of technical log and related ADD log.

Authorized staff raises a repetitive ADD (with the new ADD number).

New ADD expiry date shall be calculated from the time it was first time
recorded.

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c. Repetitive defect control procedure


When a reported defects is defined as repetitive defect, MCC raise the
Repetitive Defect Troubleshooting sheet Form MXF215 and place it in the
Repetitive defects folder
The repetitive defect is now recorded and conspicuously displayed.
Rectification action can now be planned and formulated to clear the defect at
all available opportunities.
Authorized staff shall be appointed for defect rectification. All progress shall be
followed up by MCC to ensure continuity on the trouble shooting
All rectification must be guided using the respective TSM. All work carried out
must be entered in the Tech Log for accountability.
When remedial action of the defect is attempted, the action taken on Tech log
is transcribed verbatim onto the form MXF215. Each subsequent action is
similarly recorded until defect is permanently rectified.
Details of the job done must be clearly described on the workdone column in
the form and be informative for further follow-up actions.
The MCC shall ensure that all the part/tool/equipment required for continued
trouble shooting are available and to expedite if they are not readily available
by liasing with the Supply and Store Division
When an aircraft is scheduled for minor or major maintenance check, rectify
any repetitive defect during the longer ground time available
Upon rectification of the repetitive defect, the repetitive defect file shall be
closed. All parts and components replaced after each defect evaluation are to
be appropriate tagged as hold item and notify Store & Supply for further action
In the event that the defect still persist after all avenues of rectification have
been pursued and exhausted, MCC shall promptly refer to Engineering
Department to seek further assistance from the respective manufacturer by
providing the details workscope carried out that was compiled during the
course of troubleshooting for necessary reference.
6. Control of required repetitive inspection of deferred defect
a. Deferred structure repair
If new structure damage is detected, authorised staff shall:
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Evaluate the damage according to SRM, AMM, etc.;

Create Structure Damage Report (SDR) form EPF122 and send to


Engineering & Planning Division

The SDR should include, but not limited to:

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SDR number. The number shall be defined as follows:


Reg./TLP No./Item No

Aircraft

Ex: SDR number: A678/0003268/01


+

Damage description attached picture ( if necessary) and damaged


structure parts

Dimensions of damages (length, width, depth);

Location of damage in correlated to main aircraft structure

Distance from damage edges to primary aircraft structure, etc);

Non-destructive inspection (NDI) results, if required by SRM,


AMM

If the damage is within SRM/ AMM allowable limit or can be deferred, the
authorized staff shall perform following:
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Make appropriate entry in Action taken and annotate all references in


Tech log page.

Raise an ADD (if required) i.a.w part 2.6.6.1.2 above

Make appropriate entry in Den & Buckle chart

If the repetitive inspection is required, authorized staff shall record interval and
due of inspection requirement in Repetitive Inspection Requirement (RIR)
Control Sheet form MXF212
NOTE: All repetitive maintenance required for the deferred defect specified in RIR
Control Sheet (if any) is still opened until permanent repair is performed.
MCC shall create AMOS WO and JIC to control structure defect i.a.w
MCCs Structure Defect Control procedure
If repetitive inspection interval or deferral time limit of structure defect is
more than 750FH or 750 FC, MCC shall provide WO and JIC number of
the ADD to TSE and Planning for monitoring due date. TSE shall review
and prepare required materials/tools for next inspection of JIC. Planning
make schedule to perform JIC and permanent repair to close ADD.
Upon completion of inspection, authorized staff shall update RIR Control
Sheel for the next due of inspection.
b. System deferred defect
If ADD related to aircraft system and required repetitive inspection before
defect can be rectified. Authorised staff shall:
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Make appropriate entry in Action taken and annotate all references in


Tech log page.

Raise an ADD (if required) i.a.w part 2.6.6.1.2 above

Record interval and due of inspection requirement in RIR Control Sheet


form MXF212
MCC shall create AMOS WO and JIC to control such defect
Upon completion of inspection, authorized staff shall update RIR Control
Sheel for the next due of inspection.

c. Maintenance performance before flight


Authorised staff shall specify maintenance procedure requirement in ADD log
when he defer defect
All defects with operation limits or maintenance actions required shall be
recorded in Daily Maintenance Procedure for Flight MXF335 by MCC
MCC Controller reviews defects and informs MCC duty to update Daily
Maintenance Procedure for Flight
Daily Maintenance Procedure for Flight will be sent in accompanied with AC
technical status report.
The Daily Maintenance Procedure for Flight shall be printed out and displayed
in MCC office. All authorized staff need to be aware this information before
execution of maintenance release on effected aircraft
Authorised staff exams again ADD log to identify which maintenance action
need to be carried out before flight, and record such action in TLP before sign
off preflight/transit check.

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Reporting System...................................................................................................... 2

2.7.1

Purpose............................................................................................................... 2

2.7.2

Scope .................................................................................................................. 2

2.7.3

Responsibility..................................................................................................... 2

2.7.4

Reference............................................................................................................ 2

2.7.5

Procedure ........................................................................................................... 2

1.

Aircraft defect status ................................................................................................ 2

2.

Fleets daily status ................................................................................................... 2

3.

A.O.G. and Technical Delay Report ......................................................................... 3


3.1

Definition .......................................................................................................... 3

3.2

Technical delay/AOG procedure ....................................................................... 3

3.3

Recording requirement ..................................................................................... 4

4.

Technical Occurrence Report (TOR)........................................................................ 4

5.

Mandatory Occurrence Report ................................................................................. 4


5.1

General............................................................................................................. 4

5.2

Instances requiring additional report ................................................................. 5

5.3

Completion requirements .................................................................................. 5

5.4

Mandatory occurrence to be reported ............................................................... 5

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Reporting System

2.7.1

Purpose

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To establish the reporting procedure concerning the aircraft status at all stations.
2.7.2

Scope
This procedure applies to Authorized staff involved to the Line Maintenance
Processes for VJCs aircraft.

2.7.3

Responsibility
It is the responsibility of the VJC authorized staff and contracted Maintenance
Organization authorized staff or duty engineer to be fully conversant with the necessary
communications requirements with VJC MCC and report any delay, A.O.G. or
incident/accident.
It is the responsibility of all MCC personal to be fully conversant with the necessary
communications requirements with line stations.
It is the responsibility of all MCC personal to provide occurrence reports to SSQA
department upon receiving such reports from line stations.

2.7.4

Reference
VAR 19; MME 2.8

2.7.5

Procedure

1. Aircraft defect status


Upon arrival, authorized staff performs transit/ daily check and if there is any defect
need to be deferred or rectify then he shall use any mean of communication such as
telephone, fax, email transmission to contact VJC MCC to inform about the aircraft
status and to provide relevant information as much detail as possible in timely
manner.
Upon departure, if any ADD was either raised or cleared, authorized staff, who performed
maintenance, shall complete ADD notice form MXF230 and provide to MCC as soon as
possible but not later than next arrival of aircraft.
MCC shall update aircraft status to OMC and concern departments if aircraft need
additional support such as ACU, ASU, GPUto operate at out station.
2. Fleets daily status
MCC shall collect information and record all current status of VJCs fleet into Aircraft
technical status report form MXF213.
The report shall be delivered to concern departments in daily basis.

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3. A.O.G. and Technical Delay Report


3.1

Definition
An A.O.G. is defined as when an aircraft is unable to continue in operation
due to defect(s) or occurrence which compromises its airworthiness and
serviceability. This might be caused by lack of spare(s) and/or resources
required to rectify the defect or because of an accident or incident.
A technical delay is classified as when an aircraft has departed 15 minutes
after Scheduled Time Departure (STD) due to Technical Defect or
Occurrence.

3.2

Technical delay/AOG procedure


When a defect/ abnormality is reported by the Captain, Flight attendant, it is
the responsibility of the authorized staff to immediately investigate, verify and
inform VJC MCC of the anticipated delay/AOG
MCC will keep contact to OMC for updating the status of aircraft
In the event of delay or impending delay:
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MCC informs Maintenance Manager or his delegate, OMC and concerned


departments

MCC shall coordinate to authorized staff and Supply & Store to verify and
identify the problem and also to identify whether any spares, tooling or
special skills are required

NOTE: Refer to VJC Delay/AOG internal procedure for more specific of


decision tree.
Supply and Store must be informed of any requirements. If there is any
deviation from aircraft manuals, Engineering and Technical Quality Assurance
should be notified as appropriate.
If the problem involved MOR, Technical QA Division must be promptly
informed and the MOR form CAAV from 14B is to be filled up and submitted
as soon as possible but not later than 24 hours
If spares, tooling or special skills are readily available, an exact estimate can
be declared to OMC
During AOG period, MCC arranges resource for compliance with necessary
maintenance actions and update aircraft status to OMC and concerned
departments regularly.

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Recording requirement
Authorized staff should record all details related to the A.O.G/ delay situation
using respective forms (MXF218 for AOG and MXF217 for Delay) and all
information related to the event. Forward it to the VJC MCC as soon as
possible.

4. Technical Occurrence Report (TOR)


Technical Occurrence Reports are raised as a result of any incident, accident, or
unusual occurrence to ground personnel, equipment or aircraft or equipment, whilst
the aircraft is not under the control of the aircraft commander or responsible flight
deck crew.
The following examples of occurrences which would qualify for Technical Occurrence
Report action are included to assist reporting staff in making the necessary
judgment; this must not be construed as a comprehensive list:
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Components and parts found to be maladjusted, incorrectly


assembled or showing evidence of poor or incorrect maintenance practices.

Erroneous
information
in
approved
technical
maintenance manuals, manufacturers and vendor documents.

publications,

All authorized staff are responsible for reporting of TOR on occurrences, events and
potential hazards in maintenance providing processes to VJC MCC.
All TOR (form QDF036V) should be written in English and the reporter should specify
name, organization, contact details. The TOR shall be reported to MCC not later than
24 hours
MCC will forward the TOR to TQA/SSQA Department right after receiving of TOR
from line station from maintenance staff.
5. Mandatory Occurrence Report
5.1

General
A defect or occurrence is reportable when it endangers, or if not corrected
would endanger the safety of the aircraft, its occupants, or any other person.
Examples of reportable occurrences are listed at the end of this procedure.
Any person discovering a defect or occurrence, which is classified as
reportable, is responsible for raising a CAAV Mandatory Occurrence Report
form 14 a/b as soon as possible but in any case, within 36 hours of the
discovery.
If the occurrence is serious enough to warrant immediate action and involves
damage to the aircraft or injury to personnel, initial reporting shall be made
directly to the VJC MCC by telephone, fax or email. The CAAV MOR form 14
a/b shall be sent at the soonest but within 24 hours to MCC and then
forwarded to SSQA Department of VJC.

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Instances requiring additional report


An additional report to the Mandatory Occurrence Report will only be raised
whenever any occurrence happened that may endanger the lives of the flight
crew, the passengers or any person on the ground. VietJet Air Engineering
and SSQA departments may request additional detailed reports from its
contracted maintenance organisation/line maintenance service provider in
these cases.

5.3

Completion requirements
Authorized Staff are required to:
a. Complete the Mandatory Occurrence Report form: CAAV Mandatory
Occurrence Report form 14 a/b, which is kept in the aircraft documents
files on board the aircraft.
b. Follow respective procedure in retrieving and obtaining any required
documents related to the occurrence.
c. Forward the report immediately to the VJC MCC for proper dissemination
later.
NOTE: Authorized Staff should immediately inform the VJC MCC of all the
details concerning to the A/C occurrence by any available means of
communication to avoid flight schedule interruption and to ensure
possible aircraft re-scheduling.

5.4

Mandatory occurrence to be reported


The following are examples of reportable occurrences and are given for the
guidance of engineers. The list does not include all possible examples and
engineers should use their judgment whenever they discover a defect, as to
whether it comes within the scope of reportable occurrences.
a. Damage to aircraft in flight, or on the ground, which falls in the following
categories:
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Failure or defects in primary structure due to any cause.

Cracks, corrosion, or permanent deformation of aircraft structure not


previously encountered, or greater than expected and routinely dealt
with under normal maintenance, repair or inspection procedures.

Any failure of non-primary structure, which may endanger the safety of


the aircraft if not corrected.

Any part of the aircraft becoming detached in flight.

Any damage caused by FOD.

b. System or component failure leading to


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In flight shut down.

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Fire or explosion.

Fire or smoke warning.

Declaration of emergency landing.

Rejected take off.

Unintentional deviation from flight path caused by defective system or


component.

Emergency evacuation or inadvertent deployments of escape slides.

Unplanned diversion or return to base.

Forced landing.

Departure from the runway due to loss of control.

Loss of braking.

Loss of control due to turbulence or system failure.

Failure of primary and back up control systems.

Significant leakage of fuel, hydraulic fluid or oil.

Spillage of toxic or corrosive substances.

c. Other occurrences to be reported


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Hard landing, overload.

Landing outside the takeoff/landing way.

Aircraft tire burst.

Lightning strike.

Bird strike

Failure of ground facilities and guidance systems.

Contamination of fuel or incorrect fuel loading.

Incorrect declaration of hazardous or restricted cargo.

Incorrect packing or loading of cargo.

Incorrect passenger loading.

d. Personnel Safety
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Injury caused by faulty equipment.

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Injury caused by incorrect handling practices.

Violent or unruly passengers.

Sickness or drunkenness of flight crew.

Injury caused by unpredicted turbo.

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PART 2.8
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Aircraft Dent and Buckle Chart..................................................................................... 2

2.8.1 Purpose ...................................................................................................................... 2


2.8.2 Scope and responsibility........................................................................................... 2
2.8.3 Procedure ................................................................................................................... 2
1.

Maintenance during Line operation .............................................................................. 2

2.

Base maintenance (e.g. A, C checks) .......................................................................... 3

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Aircraft Dent and Buckle Chart

2.8.1

Purpose

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The purpose of this procedure is to identify and record external aircraft damage that is
within SRM limits in one document that is retained in the flight deck for quick reference
by all Maintenance and Flight crew staff.
The damage is recorded to provide information to Maintenance staff and Flight crew that
the damage recorded has been assessed and is acceptable for continued operation.
2.8.2

Scope and responsibility


It is the responsibility of the authorised staff to ensure that any aircraft damage and data
are recorded in the Aircraft Dent and Buckle Chart (ADBC) document.
It is the responsibility of the tech services structure engineer for updating the ADBC based
on recorded charts by line maintenance or base maintenance
MCC is responsible to provide a copy of Aircraft Dent & Buckle chart to TSE whenever chart
has a new entry.

2.8.3

Procedure

1. Maintenance during Line operation


During operation of the aircraft, the authorised staff will inspect the aircraft as required
by the Transit, Daily and Weekly Check sheet, and any external damage will be
investigated. It will be assessed for compliance with SRM limitations. Any damage
outside SRM limits will either be approved for continued operation by means of a
concession or will be repaired.
New damage that is assessed to be within SRM limits and shall have an entry in
Technical log page (TLP). The damage shall be annotated on the ADBC with all
necessary information e.g. SRM reference, date, TLP, dimension of damage, and
certifying engineers approval stamp will be appended alongside each of the damage
recorded.
Damage that is subsequently repaired shall be recorded on the current Technical log
page (TLP), and certified with reference to the SRM or repair scheme. The repair shall
be annotated on the ADBC with the SRM or repair reference, date and certifying
engineers approval stamp will be appended alongside each repair recorded
NOTE: All allowable damages or temporary repair where require repetitive inspection or
permanent repair must be annotated its limitation in Notes column for
continuity tracking purposes.
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completion of any new entry by authorized staff


VJC Technical service structure engineer shall review and update all damage recorded
in ADBC into AMOS system regularly. New digital ADBC shall be issued from AMOS
and shall be loaded in cockpit (in essential folder)
Refer part 3.1 for ADBC completion
2. Base maintenance (e.g. A, C checks)
All damages have been found or repaired during aircraft undergoing checks will be
followed MROs repair procedure.
ADBC shall be recorded upon completion of final assessment or repair.
VJC technical service structure engineer shall check the Work pack and ADBC to
update all new damages into AMOS. New ADBC shall be printed out and loaded into
cockpit

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Documents Allocated To Line Stations ....................................................................... 2

2.9.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................... 2

2.9.2

Scope and Responsibility ...................................................................................... 2

2.9.3

Procedure ............................................................................................................... 2

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Documents Allocated To Line Stations

2.9.1

Purpose

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To define procedures for the availability and control of VietJet Air (VJC) documents and
Aircraft publications at all line stations.
2.9.2

Scope and Responsibility


Technical Publications staff is responsible for dispatch of VJC In-house documents and
Aircraft publications allocated to Line Stations.
Contracted Maintenance Organisation at the Line Station is responsible for the
availability and monitoring of received VJC and Aircraft publications assigned to it.
Certifying Staff at Line Station are responsible for ensuring their awareness of the
current VJC and Aircraft publications.

2.9.3

Procedure
1. It is essential that adequate information and instructions are made available to all
Contracted Maintenance Organisation certifying staff when performing their duties
on VietJet Air aircraft.
2. Certifying staff at line stations assigned to certify VJC aircraft are required to
undergo VJC Procedures training. Train-the-Trainer policy is utilized where VJC
Procedures training is conducted for an official from the Line Station. Thereafter he
conducts this training to his all certifying staff assigned to certify VJC aircraft.
3. For Continuation Training, VJC requires the following:
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As per VAR Part 5.095 (g) requirements, contracted maintenance organisation


certifying staff should undergo Continuation Training every 24 months as per his
company approved procedure.

Additionally for VJC aircraft certification, line station certifying staff must update
themselves on current VJC Publications that will be made available at the line
station.

4. Contracted Maintenance Organisations at Line Stations are provided with the


following VietJet Air (VJC) and Aircraft documents:
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Line Maintenance Manual (LMM) and its forms

Aircraft maintenance documents accessing via Airbusworld account.

AirNav/Maintenance access (DVD format) as back up

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5. Technical Publications staff will submit assigned documents to the Line Station in
CD-ROM format and accompanied with List of Dispatched Documentation form
EPF118 for acknowledgement of receipt of these documents.
6. On receipt of assigned publications at the Line Station, the person in charge will
duly fill in and sign Form EPF118 and fax a copy to the attention of Technical
Publications Officer
7. Sign off of form EPF118 will imply that the new publications have superseded the
old batch of CD-ROM that should be destroyed.
8. If no acknowledgement is received after a grace period of four weeks, Technical
Publication staff will advise MCC for follow-up with the concerned Line Station

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Use of Component Maintenance Manual ..................................................................... 2

2.10.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................... 2

2.10.2

Scope ...................................................................................................................... 2

2.10.3

Responsibility ......................................................................................................... 2

2.10.4

Procedure ............................................................................................................... 2

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Use of Component Maintenance Manual

2.10.1 Purpose
To establish the requirements for performing maintenance work on the aircraft using the
Component Maintenance Manual
2.10.2 Scope
This procedure applies to the contracted maintenance organization holding an Aircraft
rating performing maintenance work on VietJet Air aircraft using the CMM for
accomplishing a simple task, minor adjustment, visual inspection and limited part
replacement on a component installed on the aircraft
2.10.3 Responsibility
The authorized staff is responsible for compliance with the requirements in this
procedure
2.10.4 Procedure
1. The authorized staff of a maintenance organization holding an Aircraft rating shall
carry out maintenance on the aircraft and its installed components in accordance
with the AMM.
2. Where the maintenance data in the AMM (e.g. maintenance data on buyer furnished
equipment and aircraft cabin interior equipment) is not available or inadequate in the
AMM, the authorized staff may use the CMM as a reference document for the
maintenance of the components installed on the aircraft provided the criteria
specified in paragraph 3 are satisfied.
3. The CMM may only be used as a reference document for defect rectification of a
simple task, minor adjustment, visual inspection and limited part replacement (e.g
replace screw on tray table) on the installed component when the following criteria
are met:
a. The affected component is not a part of critical systems
b. The task performed on the component does not require specialized skill or
additional training of the person performing the task;
c. The task performed on the component does not require specialized tool,
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d. Any part in the component that is replaced shall conform to the part number
in the CMM Parts List;
e. The task performed on the component does not require disassembly, test or
operation check normally performed in a workshop environment.
4. The authorized staff shall be responsible to determine whether the task can be
performed in the line maintenance environment on the installed component in
accordance with the CMM, after he is satisfied that the criteria specified in paragraph
3 are met. This assessment of the authorized staff shall be reviewed and concurred
by the VJC Maintenance Manager or Duty MCC.
5. The Quality Manager of the contracted maintenance organization shall be consulted
when in doubt as to whether a CMM reference can be used for performing the
maintenance on the installed component.
6. The authorized staff shall clearly state the CMM reference details in the aircraft
Technical Log or Work Order when certifying for the maintenance tasks performed
on the installed component.

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2.11.1

Purpose ........................................................................................................................ 2

2.11.2

Scope ........................................................................................................................... 2

2.11.3

Responsibility .............................................................................................................. 2

2.11.4

Procedure..................................................................................................................... 2

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Aircraft Work Order issuance and accomplishment

2.11.1 Purpose
To ensure the VJC work order (WO) issued from Engineering and Planning division
(EPD) is controlled and accomplished in accordance with the maintenance
requirements.
2.11.2 Scope
This procedure applies to E&P Division, VJC AMO and contracted maintenance
organizations
2.11.3 Responsibility
VJC E&PD is responsible to issue the WO in compliance with maintenance
requirements.
MCC is responsible for receiving WO and request contracted maintenance for WO
accomplishment
Contracted maintenance organisation is responsible to perform maintenance works
specified in the WO.
2.11.4 Procedure
1. General
Maintenance requirements can be issued in form as below:
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Work order.

Engineering Order/ Repair order

Upon receiving maintenance requirement mentioned above, MCC shall arrange


appropriate line maintenance shift for implementing the works base on the following
principles:
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Capability of maintenance shift,

The place where aircraft will be maintained,

Type of maintenance works (duplicate inspection, critical task, required hangar task
etc.) ,

The elapse time needed for the maintenance works being done.

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2. Work Order and Overnight Work pack MXF216 are distributed to contracted
maintenance organisations and/or VJC line maintenance shift in format of electronic or
hard-copy for implementing the work
3. Work Order Control
After maintenance accomplished the WP, WO and associated paper works shall be
returned to MCC for checking and monitoring, then the original package (WO, EO, Task
card etc.) will send to VJC EPD.
MCC monitors every item to ensure that all WOs are performed on schedule. If
assigned WO cannot be carried out MCC shall re-schedule the work as early as
possible provided that WO is not overdue

CERTIFYING STAFF
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PART 2.12
CERTIFYING STAFF MONITORING AND CONTROL

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Certifying Staff Monitoring and control ................................................................ 2

2.12.1

Purpose............................................................................................................... 2

2.12.2

Scope .................................................................................................................. 2

2.12.3

Responsibility..................................................................................................... 2

2.12.4

Reference............................................................................................................ 2

2.12.5

Procedure ........................................................................................................... 2

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Certifying Staff Monitoring and control

2.12.1 Purpose
To establish an instruction for authorised staff working at all stations to get a VJCs
approval in order to perform maintenance actions and certify VJCs aircraft to service
2.12.2 Scope
This procedure is applied to the certifying staff who working on VJCs aircraft at all
line stations.
2.12.3 Responsibility
Certifying staff working on VJCs aircraft at line stations
complying with this procedure

are responsible for

2.12.4 Reference
MME 3.11
2.12.5 Procedure
Prior to performing maintenance actions on VJCs aircraft, certifying staff must
participate in a training course prepared and introduced by VJCs approved
instructors.
The training courses syllabus must include at least the following:
-

Introduction of VJCs Line Maintenance Manual;

Overview of VJCs line documentation onboard;

VJCs aircraft technical log system;

- Briefing on VJCs aircraft configuration (option) and other special maintenance


requirements.
VJCs TQA Division can authorize certifying staff as instructors in-house to perform
the course for the other of engineers.
In this case, training records must be established and sent to VJCs TQA Division for
acceptance and file.
The contracted maintenance organizations will provide theirs roster list to TQA
Division regularly and when there is any change in their roster.
An approval issued by VJCs TQA Division shall be delivered to the contracted
organization in order to recognize that the certifying staff, who have been trained in
according with VJC requirements, are acceptable to VJC for performing line
maintenance checks and maintenance actions required on VJCs aircraft.

ONE-OFF AUTHORIZATION
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

Iss01/Rev00
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PART 2.13
ONE-OFF AUTHORIZATION

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2.13

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15 Sep 13

One-Off Authorization ............................................................................................... 2

2.13.1

Purpose............................................................................................................... 2

2.13.2

Scope .................................................................................................................. 2

2.13.3

Scope and responsibilities ................................................................................ 2

2.13.4

Reference............................................................................................................ 2

2.13.5

Procedure ........................................................................................................... 2

1.

One-Off Authorisation Requirements ................................................................................. 2

2.

Application and Processing of One-Off Authorisation Requests: .............................. 3

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One-Off Authorization

2.13.1 Purpose

To establish an instruction for pilots and/or engineers in order to obtain an


One-Off Authorization in accordance with VJCs policy and requirements.
2.13.2 Scope

This procedure is applied when:


-

There is no appropriate VJC authorised staff to release and to ensure the


VJCs aircraft is ready for the intended flight, and

The task includes: performing a pre-flight/transit check and/or simple defect


rectification.

2.13.3 Scope and responsibilities

The Maintenance Manager is responsible for ensuring that the requirements


outlined in this procedure are satisfied and all relevant documents of the
person(s) to be authorised are valid.
a. The Maintenance Manager is responsible for ensuring that any person
who is proposed for authorisation under this procedure has been fully
appraised of any specific requirements of VJC for the area the
authorisation is to be granted in. This will include such requirements as
duplicate inspections.
b. The MCC is responsible for ensuring that all necessary approved data and
specialised test equipment to complete the defect investigation and
rectification is made available to the person proposed to be authorised
under this procedure.
The Technical Quality Assurance Manager is responsible for approval,
maintaining a register and copy of all One-Off Authorisation issued under this
procedure.
PIC and engineers are responsible for application of this procedure.
2.13.4 Reference

MME 2.1, 3.9; MOPM 4.18


2.13.5 Procedure
1. One-Off Authorisation Requirements

a. An One-Off Authorisation may be granted solely for rectification and


certification of defect(s) occurring at a place where VietJet Air (VJC)
does not have arrangements for Line Maintenance.

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b. The person to be authorised must:


- Holding a valid maintenance license with appropriate category
and type/rating for defect(s) rectification or deferment, issued or
recognized by CAAV.
- Be in possession of all the necessary approved data to complete
the rectification of the defect.
- Have all access to all test equipment required to perform testing
required by the approved data to complete the rectification and
subsequent certification of the repair.
2. Application and Processing of One-Off Authorisation Requests:

a. One-Off Authorisations are to be requested on Form No. TQAF031


b. Requests for One-Off Authorisation can be made at any time by
application to the Technical Quality Assurance Manager.
c. Form No. TQAF031 is to be raised by the applicant taking into account
the requirements of Para. 1. b. and quoting all relevant information
d. The completed Form No. TQAF031 is to be passed to the Technical
Quality Assurance Manager for approval.
e. The Technical Quality Assurance Manager, prior to approval of the
authorisation, will assess the experience of the person to be authorised
and the recency of the authorisation/approval and license held.
f. Technical Quality Assurance Division will maintain a register to record
summary details of One-Off Authorisation for traceability purposes.
g. MCC will send the authorisation to the concerned outstation by Fax or
email transmission, as applicable.
h. The authorisation must be presented to the aircraft Captain for his
acceptance if required
i.

The Authorised person must quote the reference number in the Aircraft
Technical Log when signing the Certificate of Release to Service.

NOTE:
MCC is main contact point for One-Off authorisation arrangement. The
approved person must be sure that all maintenance actions have been
completely done i.a.w Line Maintenance Manuals procedures and
instructions from VJC MCC controllers.
In some circumstances, one-off authorization form is unable to
complete and deliver to requested person by Fax/ email transmission
and it is accepted by TQAM for requested person performing of tasks

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under TQA approval provided number of one-off authorization is given


and annotated in TLP. The completed One-off authorization form shall
be sent to TQA Division by the next working day.
If the one-off authorized person is a pilot, he/she is not allowed to sign
into the CRS column. The rest of confirmation areas in the technical log
page are permitted.
Privileges and limitation of the One-Off Authorisation:
a. To sign a Certificate of Release to Service for the purpose of defect(s)
rectification.
b. To defer a defect in accordance with the MEL, CDL or AMM.
c. To sign the first of a duplicate inspection in relation to the defect(s).

CONTROL OF THE USE OF BLANKING


AND LOCKING DEVICES
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

Iss01/Rev00
15 Sep 13

PART 2.14
CONTROL OF THE USE OF BLANKING AND LOCKING DEVICES

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2.14

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Control of the use of blanking and locking devices ................................................... 2

2.14.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................... 2

2.14.2

Scope and Responsibility ...................................................................................... 2

2.14.3

Procedure ............................................................................................................... 2

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Control of the use of blanking and locking devices

2.14.1 Purpose
To set a policy for the use of protective covers, blanks and landing gear safety pins on
aircraft.
2.14.2 Scope and Responsibility
This procedure is applicable to all authorised staff at line stations
2.14.3 Procedure
1. General
The term Blanking and Locking Devices used in this procedure is refer to items
such as pitot head and static blanking covers, landing gear locking pins, intake
blanks, external control locks etc.
Good maintenance practices dictate that the installation of blanks or covers requires a
clear, unambiguous entry in Technical Log that the aircraft is no longer airworthy as a
result of that installation. This practice would assist line maintenance personnel in
ensuring the removal of such items before aircraft acceptance by the flight crew.
The Instructions are issued to institute the steps that should be followed by the
maintenance personnel to control the installation and removal of blanking and locking
devices such as pitot head and static blanking covers, landing gear locking pins, intake
blanks, external control locks etc.
2. Any time blanking covers, landing gear safety pins are installed an entry must be made
in the DEFECT block of aircraft techlog with the following wording:
LDG SAFETY PINS AND PROTECTIVE COVERS INSTALLED
3. Upon removal of the blanking covers, landing gear safety pins. An entry must be made
in the ACTION TAKEN block of aircraft techlog with the following wording:
LDG SAFETY PINS AND PROTECTIVE COVERS REMOVED AND STOWED
and authorized staff must certify in CRS block .
NOTE: Place the covers and pins in the stowage provided aboard the aircraft
All covers and LDG pins must have red streamers attached

INSTALLATION OF AIRCRAFT WHEELCHOCKS PROCEDURE


LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

Iss01/Rev00
15 Sep 13

PART 2.15
INSTALLATION OF AIRCRAFT WHEEL-CHOCK PROCEDURE

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2.15

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Installation of Aircraft Wheel-Chocks Procedure ........................................................ 2

2.15.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................... 2

2.15.2

Scope ...................................................................................................................... 2

2.15.3

Responsibility ......................................................................................................... 2

2.15.4

Procedure ............................................................................................................... 2

1.

General ........................................................................................................................ 2

2.

Wheel chock installation procedure.............................................................................. 2


a.

Installation of the chocks on A/C Nose Wheels......................................................... 2

b.

Installation of chocks on A/C MLG Wheels ............................................................... 2

c.

Location of the Wheel-Chocks .................................................................................. 3

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Installation of Aircraft Wheel-Chocks Procedure

2.15.1 Purpose
To establish an instruction for installation of aircraft wheel-chocks during line
maintenance operation.
2.15.2 Scope
This procedure is applied for installation of aircraft wheel-chocks during line
maintenance operation for all VJCs aircraft at line station.
2.15.3 Responsibility
Engineers working on VJCs aircraft at outstation are responsible for complying with this
procedure.
2.15.4 Procedure
1. General
The installation of the wheel-chocks on aircraft must be agreed with all the
requirements decribed in the AMM
Optionally, one pair of long chocks or two pairs of short chocks can be used for
intallation of both aircraft nose wheels.
2. Wheel chock installation procedure
a.

Installation of the chocks on A/C Nose Wheels:

When A/C is completely stopped, the chocks are to be installed in front of and
behind both nose wheels prior to the headset being connected. Parking brake
still set on.
b. Installation of chocks on A/C MLG Wheels:
After engines shutdown or propellers completely stop the chocks to be installed
in front of and behind the outboard set of one MLG (LH MLG is recommended).
Parking brake set off when nose wheels and at least one set of wheels on MLG
have been chocked up.
In abnormal circumstances, additional chocks may be required to be installed in
front of and behind other main landing gear wheels.

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c. Location of the Wheel-Chocks


When wind speed less than 25 KTS
A320 Wind speed < 25 KTS

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When wind speed more than 25KTS


A320 Wind speed > 25 KTS

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FUELING PROCEDURE
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

Iss01/Rev00
15 Sep 13

PART 2.16
FUELING PROCEDURE

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2.16

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Fueling Procedure ......................................................................................................... 2

2.16.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................... 2

2.16.2

Scope ...................................................................................................................... 2

2.16.3

Responsibility ......................................................................................................... 2

2.16.4

Procedure ............................................................................................................... 2

1.

Re-fuelling ................................................................................................................... 2

2.

Defuelling ..................................................................................................................... 2

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Fueling Procedure

2.16.1 Purpose
To establish Re-Fueling/De-fueling in accordance with the appropriate referenced
Authority Regulations and VietJet Air Requirements.
2.16.2 Scope
This procedure is applicable to Organisations and/or Personnel involved in the Line
Maintenance Servises for VJCs aircraft.
2.16.3 Responsibility
The authorized staff at line stations is responsible for the specified procedures.
PIC is responsible for re-fuelling if there is no qualified personnel available
2.16.4 Procedure
1. Re-fuelling
Upon arrival, the Pilot is responsible for recording correctly fuel quantities onboard as
requested at the completion of the technical log;
When carrying out preflight or transit, the authorized staff will communicate with flight
crew in order to get pre-uplift fuel quantity. Then he/she will inform to the Fuel
suppliers staff for fuel uplift;
The authorized staff must monitor the whole fueling process and on behalf of VJC he
signs into fuel receipt;
Recording fuel uplift as the instruction is mandatory to the authorized staff. He also
must sign off the technical log page;
Finally, the authorized staff informs the pilot of the fuel quantity uplifted and
completes the technical log before departure.
2. Defuelling
During operations if de-fueling is necessary, authorized staff shall be communicated
by flight crew on the quantity to be de-fueled. Communication with flight crew is unnecessary in cases when the de-fuel tasks is just to avoid water in fuel tanks.
The authorized staff shall communicate with the VJC representative and Contracted
Fuel Service Company for the vessel/tanker to de-fuel to.

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The authorized staff shall perform the defueling task in accordance with the relevant
AMM tasks, other safety precautions and all additional precautions that the local
airport authority may have at that particular area/gate/airport.
Make sure to complete all necessary paper work (Technical log entry for the task)
after the defuel task have been performed.
NOTE 1: Before fueling Authorised staff has be sure that fuel delivered onto aircraft
is:
-

Free of contamination;

Is of correct grade and specification for each aircraft type.

NOTE 2: During refueling, Authorised staff has to comply with safety precaution
mensioned in related AMM and other requirements that the local airport
authority may have at that particular area/gate or airport.
When necessary, the actual quantity of on-board fuel shall be measured, using
manual magnetic stick. The maintenance action shall be recorded and certified in the
relevant Technical Log page to confirm the correct fuel quantity on-board for the
intended flight.

FUEL SPILLAGE
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

Iss01/Rev00
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PART 2.17
FUEL SPILLAGE

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2.17

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Fuel Spillage........................................................................................................................ 2

2.17.1

Purpose ........................................................................................................................ 2

2.17.2

Scope and Responsibility ........................................................................................... 2

2.17.3

Procedure..................................................................................................................... 2

1.

General ............................................................................................................................. 2

2.

Precaution in fuel spillage ................................................................................................. 2

3.

Fuel Spill Handling ............................................................................................................ 3

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Fuel Spillage

2.17.1 Purpose

To provide procedures for dealing quickly and effectively with any fuel spillage
during line maintenance.
2.17.2 Scope and Responsibility

It is the responsibility of authorised staff to ensure that all staff in areas of


responsibility comply with fuel spillage requirements as detailed in this
procedure.
It is the responsibility of the contracted Maintenance Organization staff to liaise
with local environmental authorities to seek advice, guidance and in-force the
regulations, and to monitor of compliance with environmental legislation.
It is the responsibility of all maintenance staff to ensure clearing up of any
spillage in their work area and for ensuring compliance with the requirements as
detailed in this procedure.
2.17.3 Procedure
1. GENERAL

Fuel spills present an extremely hazardous fire potential and should be


handled as such. Because of the many variables, no two fuel spills will
present identical hazards, so one set of instructions cannot be applied in
every case. However, prompt action, good judgment, and initiative will
always be required.
2. PRECAUTION IN FUEL SPILLAGE

Personnel must take every precaution to avoid spilling fuel. If spill


occurs, fueling should be stopped immediately and shut of the source of
the spill. The person in charge of the operation will follow the procedures
contained in this procedure, and comply with environmental and the Airport
Authority regulations.
a. Prevent source of ignition near the spill area.
b. Do not disconnect an external power plug while current is flowing. If it
is necessary to unplug a ground power unit, be sure the GPU
generator is shut off and the airplane's" external power not in use"
indicator is lit.

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c. Avoid backfires when shutting down motorized ground equipment near a


spill. Reduce engine's throttle slowly, and stop them.
d. If ground equipment is standing in spilled fuel, leave it as is; do not
operate it or move it. If a motor is running within the liquid area of
spilled fuel, notify the fire service department to handle the motor, do
not attempt to shut down the motor as extreme fire hazard can result
from operating, shutting down, or moving motorized equipment within the
liquid area of spilled fuel.
e. An APU that is shut down while ingesting fuel spill vapors, flame may
shoot out its air intake. If the spill is medium or larger, do not shut
down an APU that is running with its air intake within 25 feet of spilled
kerosene.
f. Communicate with cockpit if it is necessary to evacuate the airplane.
g. If anyone is on board an airplane in the immediate vicinity of the spill, be
sure they have an exit door open with a stair or jetway in place in case
emergency evacuation becomes necessary.
h. If it is unsafe to shut down the APU because of a spill near the air intake,
advise the cockpit crew that they should not shut the APU down.
i.

Never permit personnel to walk through the liquid area of a spill fuel
because of life- threatening hazard in the event of fire.

j.

Personnel with fuel-soaked clothing are to be promptly sent to a sheltered


area to disrobe and wash. If fuel contacts eyes, flush eyes thoroughly with
water and get medical attention.

k. The fire hazard of spilled fuel varies according to the size of exposed
surface and readiness with the fuel vaporizes.
3. FUEL SPILL HANDLING

SMALL SPILLS (Any spill under 4.65 square meters in area)


a. Immediately stop fueling and shut off source of the leak.
b. Alert the engineer in-charge.
c. Clean up the spill.

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d. Check the area and the airplane to be sure that all spilled fuel h a s
been cleaned. When area is clean and safe, resume fueling.
NOTE: Dispose of cleaned up flammable liquids must be done in
accordance with environmental protection regulations.

LARGE SPILL (Any spill larger than 4.65 square meters in area, or is
continuous flow, or is in excess of 20 litres if the quantity is known)
a. Immediately stop fueling and shut off the source of the spill.
b. Immediately evacuate passengers and crew if in the opinion of the person
in charge of operation, the spill presents a serous fire exposure or hazard
to the airplane, person refueling vehicle or other equipment.
c. Obtain assistance of the Fire Service Department if, in the opinion of the
person in charge of the operation, this is deemed necessary.
d. Slowly reduce the throttle down and stop the engines of all ground
equipment within 25 feet of the spill. Some units of ground equipment
contain electrical contacts, motors, etc., which are potential ignition
hazards to fuel vapor. Such unit must not be operated and, if necessary,
will be removed manually.
e. Move portable fire fighting equipment into position for immediate use.
f. Assign a mechanic to guard the area around the spill. He must restrict the
affected area from any other operations until all fuel has been cleaned
completely.
g. Clean up the spilled fuel.
h. Check the area and the airplane to be sure all fuel has been cleaned, and
repeat cleanup as necessary. Normal operation may be resumed when, in
the opinion of the person in charge of the operation, no hazard exists to
the airplane, ground equipment, or to the passenger and personnel.
NOTE: Disposal of cleaned up flammable liquids must be done in
accordance with environmental Protection regulation.

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Investigation followed a fuel spillage shall be made to identify the


cause of the spill, the source of the spill, the estimated quantity of
fuel spilled and surface dimensions, etc. and other pertinent information
as with any accident investigation. Either the MCC or the Duty
Engineer shall file a TOR to SSQA Department within 24 hours after
incident occurred.
The following information shall be included in the investigation report.
- Indicated fuel loads in tanks at the time of spill.
- From which wing did fuel spill.
- Was there any problem with fuel quantity gauges? If yes, which gauge
and was that the gauge placard inoperative prior to refueling.
- Which non-routine fueling procedure (if any) was being followed.
- Did unlevelled airplane altitude contribute to the spill? If yes, estimate
degrees and direction of roll or pitch, and cause.
- Describe any other factors that contributed to the spill.

AIRCRAFT TOWING
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

Iss01/Rev00
15 Sep 13

PART 2.18
AIRCRAFT TOWING

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2.18

Iss01/Rev00
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Aircraft towing ........................................................................................................... 2

2.18.1

Purpose............................................................................................................... 2

2.18.2

Scope .................................................................................................................. 2

2.18.3

Responsibility..................................................................................................... 2

2.18.4

Procedure ........................................................................................................... 2

1.

Informing ................................................................................................................. 2

2.

Personnel assignment and necessary equipment .................................................... 2

3.

The preparation before towing aircraft ..................................................................... 2

4.

Starting of A/C towing .............................................................................................. 4

5.

During A/C towing .................................................................................................... 4

6.

Towing A/C to the destination points ........................................................................ 5

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Aircraft towing

2.18.1 Purpose

To outline the general requirements, safety precautions in towing operations


2.18.2 Scope

This procedure is applied for towing activities for all aircraft handled by VJC
2.18.3 Responsibility

MCC is responsible for coordinating the operation of A/C towing


Duty Engineer is responsible for A/C towing and assigning towing personnel
2.18.4 Procedure
1. Informing

a. If A/C is towing to contracted hangar, the MCC shall arrange place to


park and inform duty engineer and A/C towing personnel.
b. If A/C is towing to airport ramp, the MCC shall inquire for
parking place and schedule that is arranged by airport authority
and inform duty engineer, towing personnel before towing A/C to ramp
c. Duty engineer shall assign A/C towing personnel and inform him all
necessary information from MCC.
2. Personnel assignment and necessary equipment

a. Headset man: carries walkie-talkie and headset.


b. Cockpit man: carries walkie-talkie.
c. Towing tractor driver: shall have the airport certificate and to prepare
towing tractor, tow-bar and walkie-talkie
d. Wing walker/ tail walker: carries lighting wand/ air horn and
monitor the A/C clearance when towing/ pushback in a congested or
restricted aircraft movement area.
e. Wing walker/ tail walker: carries lighting wand/ air horn and
monitor the A/C clearance when towing/ pushback in a congested or
restricted aircraft movement area.
3. The preparation before towing aircraft

NOTE: Towing preparation, checks and operations shall be performed


IAW relevant AMM and customer procedures. However, the following

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guidelines shall be complied with if they are not against or stricter than the
relevant AMM and customer procedures
a. Cockpit man
-

In case of A/C not equipped with APU or towing with battery, the
cockpit man shall confirm battery and brake accumulator are
sufficient for emergency use in predicted towing duration

Adjust the seat and do not put feet on the pedal, maintain A/C in the
condition of parking brake set to prepare towing operation

Contact to ATC to get towing permission and instruction, if


required by airport authority

Turn on the navigation light and turn on the logo light if towing at
night (Not applicable for towing A/C not equipped with APU or
towing with battery).

Standby to turn on the hydraulic system and anti-collision light


(Not applicable for towing A/C not equipped with APU or towing with
battery).

Standby to release parking brake.

b. Headset man
-

Ensure that personnel required for towing operation are adequate


and briefed for safe towing operation

Confirm the A/C surround area and engine inlet/ gas exhaust area (if
engine run) are clean and clear of personnel/GSE/foreign object

Confirm all entry and cargo doors are completely close and
locked

Check all down lock pins plug in landing gears and ensure
the steering pin being properly set.

Confirm flap/slat is in the up condition

Inform cockpit man to build up the hydraulic system (Not


applicable for towing A/C not equipped with APU or towing with
battery). The cockpit man shall confirm the pressure is in normal
condition.

Check plug-pin of tow-bar is completely locked, confirm chocks


are removed and required wing, tail walkers are in position

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Put on the headset and be next to the nose wheel in safety


position and keep in contact with cockpit main and towing tractor
driver.

4. Starting of A/C towing

a. Headset man confirms all personnel are in position


b. Headset man contact with cockpit man to release parking brake and
turn on the anti-collision light.
c. When the headset man confirm parking brake is released and
anti- collision light is on, he shall make a gesture to towing tractor
driver- facing to driver and raise right hand with fist (means parking
brake is set), release his fist (means parking brake is
released). Then thumb up to mean the A/C is ready to tow
5. During A/C towing

a. Headset man
-

Keep contact with cockpit man and other towing personnel in


entire towing duration.

Maintain the minimum distance 3 meters away from the nose


gear, towing bar while A/C is moving. Never walk in or forward of the
path of tractor or nose wheel.

Observe the speed of A/C towing, turning angle, the condition of


tow-bar and the clearance of ground, and inform the conditions to
driver

If the A/C is temporarily stopped by other reasons, restrain to ask


cockpit man to set parking brake. Once re-towing A/C, he shall face
to towing driver first with thumb up to confirm towing driver didnt set
parking brake.

If the shear pin of tow-bar is broken, request towing driver via


walkie-talkie to slow down the speed. If the tow-bar is separated
from A/C, request cockpit man to brake A/C immediately and also
inform towing driver to take immediately actions.

Do not allow tractor driver to suddenly brake, accelerate, and


steer the towing tractor during A/C towing

b. Cockpit man
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Do not brake and operate flight control system of A/C except for
emergency conditions or requested by headset man.

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Note: The cockpit man is prohibited from putting his feet on brake pedal
during A/C towing.
-

The cockpit man is prohibited from testing the outer lights in


cockpit during A/C towing at night.

Keep alert during towing A/C

If the APU is malfunctioned during towing, firstly confirm the


brake accumulator pressure sufficient for remained towing
duration and continue to tow A/C

In case of towing A/C without electrical power supplied by A/C


APU/Engine, the towing speed must be under 5 km/h.

c. Wing walker/ tail walker/ clearance monitor


-

Keep contact with headset man in entire towing duration.

Monitor the clearance between towed A/C and other aircraft/


GSE/ hangar/ docks and make warning to headset man as
appropriate

6. Towing A/C to the destination points

a. When towing A/C to the destination point, the towing driver shall
apply the brake slightly to completely stop the A/C and shift gear of
towing tractor to neutral position, and pull the hand brake. Towing
driver and headset man shall confirm A/C is parked with thumb up, and
then inform cockpit man to set parking brake.
b. When cockpit man receives the request from headset man, he shall set
parking brake and definitely answer parking brake set.
c. The headset man confirms parking brake set then put chocks in place
d. Head set man/ towing tractor driver shall disconnect towing bar
e. Cockpit man inform ATC of the end of A/C movement and request for
communication termination
f. After towing tractor and tow bar is disconnected, the headset
man shall inform cockpit man to depressurize hydraulic system, turn off
anti-collision lights, position lights and logo lights
g. Wing walker shall assist head set man to place safety cones at the
engines
h. The cockpit man shall set A/C to normal configuration and perform 360 0
check (walk around) to confirm there is no damage on the A/C

AIRCRAFT ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE


LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

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PART 2.19
AIRCRAFT ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

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Aircraft arrival and Departure ................................................................................... 2

2.19.1

Purpose: ............................................................................................................. 2

2.19.2

Scope .................................................................................................................. 2

2.19.3

Responsibility..................................................................................................... 2

2.19.4

Procedure ........................................................................................................... 2

1.

Aircraft arrival .......................................................................................................... 2

2.

Aircraft departure ..................................................................................................... 2

3.

Conversation between maintenance staff and fight crew ......................................... 5

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Aircraft arrival and Departure

2.19.1 Purpose:
To stipulate the standard, regulations for A/C arrival and departure activities
2.19.2 Scope
This procedure is applied for arrival and departure activities within VJC ramp
operation.
2.19.3 Responsibility
MCC is responsible for monitoring flight schedule and informing maintenance staffs.
Maintenance staffs are responsible for
activities in compliance with this procedure.

implementing

arrival

and departure

2.19.4 Procedure
NOTE: Verbal conversation between maintenance staff and fight crew shall be used
as specified in 2.19.4/3
1. Aircraft arrival
a. Before aircraft arrival, basing on information provided by MCC, the authorized
staff checks A/C status to prepare for maintenance and servicing. The
status checking include but not limited to defect occurred during flight (PFR
or onboard maintenance message) and outstanding deferred defect item.
b. Maintenance staff shall ensure that all required equipments and
arrival/departure KIT are available at arrival gate/ parking place before
A/C arrival
c. Maintenance staff shall perform F.O.D. check on arrival gate/parking
place 10 minutes prior to ETA.
d. Before A/C taxiing into the ramp, maintenance staffs verify that no people
or vehicle activity on the path of A/C to prevent from damaging aircraft or
ground equipment.
e. When A/C completely stopped, maintenance staff approach from front to
nose wheel, confirm parking brake set and places chocks in front and behind
nose and LH main landing gear wheel(s).
f.

Maintenance staff connects the headset to inform flight crew that chocks
in place, connect GPU/ Ground air conditioner upon request.

g. Maintenance staff places ground safety cones in front and outboard of


engines with distance 1m away from engine.
2. Aircraft departure
a. Preparation

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Authorized staff shall check to ensure that:


+

All doors and panels are closed and locked;

All landing gear down lock pins are removed;

Steering lever is in appropriate position.

15 minutes prior to the departure, maintenance staff shall take the


headset to contact flight crew and remain contacted in entire
operation.

The maintenance staff shall inform cockpit if he has to leave and report
to cockpit when he is back to position.

b. Non push back departure


-

Maintenance staff confirms


+

The MLG wheel chocks are removed;

Surrounding of A/C, engine inlet and gas exhaust areas are


clean and clear of personnel/GSE/foreign object

Maintenance staff informs flight crew to prepare for engine start. When
realized that navigation and anti-collision light are on, Maintenance
staff shall inform flight crew that A/C ready for engine start

Maintenance staff monitors the engine start process, and immediately


warns the flight crew of abnormalities such as: oil/ fuel leak, smoke,
fire etc.

After receiving order from flight crew, Maintenance staff disconnects


head set, closes and latches panel, removes NLG wheel chocks then
standby near the A/C nose route as requested by flight crew.

In case of the steering pin is used, the maintenance staff raises and
stretches the steering pin streamer to notify the flight crew (in case
of insufficient illumination, it shall be illuminated by the torchlight)

After confirm all clear, the maintenance staff gives Thumb up sign to the
cockpit and wait for the flight crews direction

If the flight crew is ready to depart (flash/turn on the taxi-light), the


maintenance staff shall salute to the captain (means hand over the duties
of defending flight safety and servicing passengers to crews) and
wave hand to the passengers (end of waving hand till vertical stabilizer
pass for full passenger A/C).

In case of emergency, call STOP! to order pilot to set brake using


abruptly extend arms to top of head, crossing arms.

c. Departure with push back

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Maintenance staff confirms


+

Towing equipment is correctly connected, steering lever and pin


are in tow position;
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All chocks are removed;

Surrounding of A/C, engine inlet and gas exhaust areas are


clean and clear of personnel/GSE/foreign object then informs flight
crew to prepare for push back;

Hydraulic is pressurized by information provided flight crew

Anti-collision light is turned on

Parking brake is released

Push back route or direction with flight crew

After the receive push back order from flight crew, the maintenance
staff shall give command to the tractor driver by gesture
+

Clenching fist and then opening the hand means PARKING


BRAKE RELEASED.

The thumb up means READY FOR PUSH BACK.

If the maintenance staff wants to express the direction of A/C nose


after the A/C is pushed back, he shall use the forefinger to touch his
nose first, and then point the direction.

The maintenance staff monitors ground clearance for push back and
remain minimum distance 3 meters away from the nose gear, towing
bar and tractor while A/C is moving. Never walk in or forward of the
path of tractor or nose wheel.

In emergency case, the maintenance staff raises arm for palm face
down and waving up and down to remind tug driver for slow down or stop
the tractor.

If the A/C is pushed back to the set point, the tractor driver shall use the
thumb up to mean OK.

If flight crew start engine during/ after pushback, the maintenance staff
monitor engine start follow requirement
+

Maintenance staff shall inform flight crew that A/C ready for engine
start

Maintenance staff monitors the engine start process, and immediately


warns the flight crew of abnormalities such as: oil/ fuel leak,
smoke, fire etc.

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After ensure parking brake set, the maintenance staff can disconnect the
tow bar/ tractor,

After receiving order from flight crew, maintenance staff disconnects


head set, closes and latches panel, then standby near the A/C nose
route as requested by flight crew.

In case of the steering pin is used, the maintenance staff raises and
stretches the steering pin streamer to notify the flight crew ((in case
of insufficient illumination, it shall be illuminated by the torchlight).

After confirm all clear, the maintenance staff give Thumb up sign to the
cockpit and wait for the captains direction.

If the captain is ready to depart (flash/turn on the taxi-light), the


maintenance staff shall salute to the captain (means hand over the duties
of defending flight safety and servicing passengers to crews) and
wave hand to the passengers (end of waving hand till vertical stabilizer
pass for full passenger A/C).

In case of emergency, call STOP! to order pilot to set brake using


abruptly extend arms to top of head, crossing arms.

3. Conversation between maintenance staff and fight crew


a. Before start and push back
In case of hydraulic pressurization, flight crew or maintenance staff shall
make sure that the aircraft is clear of ground equipment
Crew:

Cockpit to ground.

Main. staff:

Ground to cockpit.

Crew:

Request to pressurize hydraulic.

Main. staff:

Clear to pressurize hydraulic

b. Non push back start


When the flight crew and maintenance staff are ready to start engines the
flight crew will advise as follows
Crew:

Cockpit to ground.

Main. staff:

Ground to cockpit.

Crew:

Are you ready to start engines

Main. staff:

Confirm brakes are set

Crew:

Brakes set

Main. staff:

Clear to start engines

Crew:

Starting engine number X

Main. staff:

Clear to start number X

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The headset staff will monitor engine rotation and any abnormalities.
Main. staff:

N1 rotation

Crew:

Check.

Repeat above sequence for other engine


Crew:

Start complete, disconnect headset, hand signals on the


left/right side.

c. Push-back start
When the flight crew request pushback but ground personnel are not ready,
then the headset staff will answer as follows
Main. staff:

Negative, standby for pushback.

When the flight crew and headset staff are ready for push back the flight crew
will advise as follows
Crew:

Cockpit to ground.

Main. staff:

Ground to cockpit.

Crew:

Clear for pushback facing ... (direction)

Main. staff:

Pushback facing ..., release brakes.

Crew:

Brakes released

Main. staff:

Commencing pushback, clear to start engines.

Upon completion of a normal pushback the tractor driver will apply the brakes.
The maintenance staff shall advise the flight crew as follows
Main. staff:

Ground to cockpit, pushback complete, set brakes.

Crew:

Brakes set.

Before, during or after pushback the maintenance staff will advise the flight crew
of when and where they will start the engines
Main. staff:

Clear to start engines

Crew:

Starting engine number X

Main. staff:

Clear to start number X

The maintenance staff will


abnormalities

monitor

Main. staff:

N1 rotation.

Crew:

Check.

Repeat above sequence for other engine.

engine

rotation

and

any

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Crew:

Start complete, clear to disconnect, hand signals on the


Left/Right side.

Main. staff:

Disconnecting, hand signals on the left/right side.

d. Engine Start with External Pneumatic Power


The procedure shall be carried out in accordance with the specific aircraft
FCOM.
The maintenance staff will advise the flight crew when the required
services are available and co-ordinate connection and removal of
equipment
Main. staff:

Ground to cockpit.

Crew:

Cockpit to ground.

Main. staff:

The Air starter connected, standing by for engine start.

Crew:

Ready to start engines. Supply pneumatic pressure.

Main. staff:

Pneumatic pressure is available.

Crew:

Starting engine number X

Main. staff:

Clear to start number X

The maintenance staff shall monitor


abnormalities

engine rotation

and

any

Main. staff:

N1 rotation

Crew:

Check

Crew

Engine number X or number Y start complete, remove


the Air starter, GPU

Main. staff:

The Air starter, GPU is removing

After the Air starter/ GPU removed, the maintenance staff will advise the flight
crew that he is ready for start or push back and they will perform Non
push back start or Push back start procedure as practicable. Then they
will apply the Cross Bleed Start procedure for starting the other engine.
e. Arrival Procedures

f.

Main. staff:

Ground to cockpit.

Crew:

Cockpit to ground.

Main. staff:

Chocks in place, release brakes

Crew:

Brake released

Hand-signals
In case of interphone system inoperative, and signals shall be used
IAW. Chapter ATC ICAO RULES OF THE AIR ANNEX 2 unless otherwise
specified by customer.

DE/ANTI-ICING PROCEDURE
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Iss01/Rev00
15 Sep 13

PART 2.20
DE/ANTI-ICING PROCEDURE

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2.20

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15 Sep 13

De/Anti-Icing Procedure............................................................................................ 2

2.20.1

Purpose............................................................................................................... 2

2.20.2

Scope .................................................................................................................. 2

2.20.3

Responsibility..................................................................................................... 2

2.20.4

References.......................................................................................................... 2

2.20.5

Definition and abbreviation ............................................................................... 2

2.20.6

Procedure ........................................................................................................... 2

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De/Anti-Icing Procedure

2.20.1 Purpose
To establish de-icing/anti-icing procedure in accordance with the appropriate
referenced Authority Regulations and VietJet Air Requirements.
To ensure that during low temperature conditions, an aircraft ready for flight must
not have ice, snow, clush or forst adhering to its sufaces.
2.20.2 Scope
This procedure applies to Organisations and Personnel involved to the Line
Maintenance Activities for VJCs aircraft.
2.20.3 Responsibility
The Lines Station Authorized Staff, the ground handling staff and the pilots are
responsible for ensuring that aircraft is being De/anti-iced in accodance with the
specified procedures.
2.20.4 References:
OM Part A 8.2.4
Line Maintenance Contract
Ground Handling Contract
2.20.5 Definition and abbreviation
Anti-icing: Is a precautionary procedure, which provides protection against the
formation of frost or ice and snow accumulation on treated surfaces of the aircraft for
a limited period of time (holdover time).
De-icing: Is a procedure by which frost, ice, slush or snow is removed from the
aircraft in order to provide clean surfaces.
De/anti icing is a combination of the two procedures: de-icing and anti-icing
performed in one or two steps.
2.20.6 Procedure
NOTE: details of De/Anti-icing is described in VJC OM-A
During low temperature conditions, the authorised maintenance staff/ pilot perform
ice-check immediately before the aircraft departure.
The authorised maintenance staff and/or the pilots will decide if the aircraft need to
remove frost, ice and snow.
Perform removal of frost, ice and snow with or without using de-icing / anti-icing fluid.

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De/anti-icing operation is normally carried out by the Contracted Ground Handling


Company before take-off. VJC has accepted De/anti-icing procedures of the Ground
Handling Company upon approval by SSQA Department of VJC.
The authorised staff/pilot must communicate and check with the Contract Ground
Handling Company to make sure that the correct type of fluid (if any) is used for the
de/anti-icing of the aircraft iaw the instructions of the aircraft manufacturer.
Accomplish final check before aircraft dispatch to ensure aircraft is cleaned. This
check is normally performed from both outside the aircraft and inside the flight deck.
The correct type and quantity of the fluid used will be recorded
Technical Log page

in the relevant

Other information/instructions for the safe takeoff (such as hold-over time) shall be
given to the flight crew.

COMPONENT ROBBERY/SWAPPING ON
VJC AIRCRAFT
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

Iss01/Rev00
15 Sep 13

PART 2.21
COMPONENT ROBBERY/SWAPPING ON VJC AIRCRAFT

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Iss01/Rev00
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Component Robbery/Swapping on VJC Aircraft................................................................. 2

2.21.1

Purpose ...................................................................................................................................... 2

2.21.2

Scope ........................................................................................................................................... 2

2.21.3

Responsibility .......................................................................................................................... 2

2.21.4

Reference................................................................................................................................... 2

2.21.5

Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 2

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Component Robbery/Swapping on VJC Aircraft

2.21.1 Purpose
To ensure the robbery/ swapping of component on VietJet Air aircraft meet all
applicable requirements.
2.21.2 Scope
This procedure is applied for controlling of activities related component robbery
(cannibalization)/ swapping on VJC aircraft.
2.21.3 Responsibility
MCC is responsible for evaluating the defect and A/C status, proposing solution and
requesting authorised staff to rob/swap aircraft components.
Authorised staff is responsible for component robbery/swapping IAW related
approved maintenance data and VJC MME procedures.
2.21.4 Reference
MME 1.6
2.21.5 Procedure
1. General
In case of components cannot be supplied on time, robbery/ swapping of aircraft
components may be considered as alternative solution.
Robbery of components from other aircraft should only be applied when instructed
by VJC MCC upon approval by Technical director or Maintenance manager
2. The authorised staff must follow procedure 2.22 to issue Re-certified Certificate
for the robbed component/ part. However, its not necessary to issue Re-certified
certificate if the robbed aircraft component is directly installed on the other aircraft
at same location and by same authorised staff. In this case, all related information
to confirm the serviceability of robbed components is recorded in Technical Log.
3. If there is the need of sending robbery component to another location, the
authorised staff shall issue re-certified certificate for component. The component
is sent to Store for packaging and deliver to requested station.
4. For robbery/ swapping of components from aircrafts
a. Authorised staff should
-

Open, safety and attach the Warning tag to the switch/ CB,

Remove component IAW relevant AMM,

Attach Warning tag to position of removed component,

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Perform liquid drainage and preservation as required by relevant AMM,

Cap the tube/lines


contamination,

Cover connectors and stow loose wires.

ends

with

blanking

caps/plugs

to

prevent

b. The authorised staff shall record into Technical Log of robbed aircraft the
following contents:
-

The first entry related to robbery/ swapping work


+

DEFECT block: the reason and required place.

ACTION TAKEN block: the component name, position and aircraft


registration number which shall be installed the removed component.

Nomenclature, P/N, S/N off blocks: information of removed


component.

C.R.S block: signature and authorization number.

- The second entry related to robbery/ swapping work in DEFECT block:


Request for installation back of component.
c. On Technical Log of aircraft install the robbed component, authorised staff
records aircraft registration number which removed that component into GRN
ON block.
d. For swapping of aircraft components for trouble shooting, authorised staff
records the last installation information (P/N, S/N and position) into Technical
Log; Performing system function test to confirm the swapping do not affect the
related systems.
e. After robbery of component, authorised staff should order the spare parts.
f. When having spare parts, authorised staff shall install back component and
certify into Technical Log.

RE-CERTIFYING A COMPONENT/ PART


REMOVED FROM AIRCRAFT
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PART 2.22

RE-CERTYFYING A COMPONENT/ PART REMOVED FROM AIRCRAFT

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2.22

Iss01/Rev00
15 Sep 13

Re-certifying a component/ part removed from aircraft ......................................... 2

2.22.1

Purpose............................................................................................................... 2

2.22.2

Scope .................................................................................................................. 2

2.22.3

Responsibility..................................................................................................... 2

2.22.4

Reference............................................................................................................ 2

2.22.5

Procedure ........................................................................................................... 2

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15 Sep 13

Re-certifying a component/ part removed from aircraft

2.22.1 Purpose

To ensure the used component/ part removed from aircraft is re-certified as


serviceable IAW applicable requirements.
2.22.2 Scope

This procedure is applied to the components removed from aircraft including,


but not limited to, the following circumstances:
1. For trouble-shooting or cannibalization (robbery).
2. Required by Engineering Order (EO), Engineering Request (ER) or Work
request (WR).
2.22.3 Responsibility

The authorized staff has responsibility for confirming that the component/ part
meet all applicable requirements before being re-certified.
2.22.4 Reference

MME 1.6
2.22.5 Procedure

1. The authorised staff must confirm the following requirements are met
before the component/ part is considered as serviceable:
a. During the last flight, the components and related systems operated
normally and there is no evidence of defect; or
b. If any defect occurred in the related system during the last flight but
trouble shooting confirms that component is not the cause of the defect;
c. The removal was performed in accordance the AMM by a qualified
person;
d. A physical condition is good (no damage, corrosion, leak etc.);
e. Other inspections/tests required by the relevant
maintenance instructions have been carried out;

manufacturer

f. The removed component has been preserved in compliance with


Manufacturer requirements.
g. To issue Re-certified Certificate, authorised staff shall fill all necessary
information in the appropriate blocks of Form MXF203 including:
-

Certificate reference number;

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Description, Part number, Serial Number;

Work performed to confirm component as serviceable;

Other necessary information (if applicable), for example: Flight


hours; Technical log, PFR, Maintenance Message;

Stamp or authorization number and signature of the authorized staff


who issues the certificate.

HANDLING AIRCRAFT PARTS AND


MATERIAL
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PART 2.23

HANDLING AIRCRAFT PARTS AND MATERIAL

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2.23

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15 Sep 13

Handling aircraft parts and material ............................................................................ 2

2.23.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................... 2

2.23.2

Scope ...................................................................................................................... 2

2.23.3

Responsibility ......................................................................................................... 2

2.23.4

Procedure ............................................................................................................... 2

1.

Spare request .............................................................................................................. 2

2.

Part receiving and storage ........................................................................................... 3

3.

Part issue out ............................................................................................................... 4

4.

Removal/Installation of The Parts ................................................................................ 4

5.

Returning of part .......................................................................................................... 5

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Handling aircraft parts and material

2.23.1 Purpose

To establish the requirements to handle and control aircraft parts for installation
and removal on VietJet Air aircraft
2.23.2 Scope

This procedure applies to aircraft parts such as components, safety equipment


and consumable materials that are supplied to the VJC line stations and
contracted maintenance organizations
This procedure also apply for Removal/ Installation of aircraft components at line
stations includes but not limits to the tasks below:
-

Identification of the parts needed for removal/installation;

Spare parts request, acquisition and handling;

Returning Defective/Serviceable components and all documentations relating


to the removal/installation to main base or to the address provided by the VJC
representative.

2.23.3 Responsibility

Supply & Store Manager, VJC authorized staff and the contracted maintenance
organizations are responsible for compliance with the requirements of this
procedure
2.23.4 Procedure
1. Spare request

When there is a need for spare part arisen at an line station, the authorized
staff will raise a Spare Request form MXF210 and forward to the VJC MCC
as follows:
-

Using fax or email transmission a spare request message to MCC for


spare parts required.

The Spare request shall have all details including P/N required,
description, deadline etc. providing as much as practicable
Troubleshooting Information for any possible technical support.

MCC will coordinate with Supply & Store Division for locating the required
spare parts and will inform the Line Station as promptly as the spare part
details become available.

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2. Part receiving and storage

All aircraft parts (irrespective new, used or surplus) supplied to


Stations shall be subjected to receiving inspection to ensure:

the Line

Parts are free from obvious damage or discrepancy suffered during


transit, proper packing and blanking.

Delivery and certification documents are available and correct.

Part number/serial number on the received parts tally with the


certification documents,and tally with the aircraft IPC, if required for
immediate installation on the aircraft.

Shelf life of the parts has not been exceeded.

If the receiving inspection of the aircraft parts is satisfactory and the parts are
not required for immediate installation on the aircraft, the line station staff
shall record the receipt date, part description, part number, serial
number/quantity and the Authorized Release Certificate tracking number in
the store register of the Line Station Store to provide traceability of the
received parts to their approved source, and accept the parts for storage
into the Line Station Store. All incoming original certification documents
must be retained and securely attached with the aircraft parts for
identification. Supply & Store division shall update location and all relevant
data of parts in AMOS
All MEL no-go items shall be provided to the Line Station as soon as
practicable upon request. In the event of an AOG, VietJet Air Supply & Store
Manager shall arrange to provide the requested parts to the Line Station
expeditiously to minimize disruption to VietJet Air flight services.
All new aircraft components shall be accompanied with the Authorized
Release Certificates issued by the aircraft manufacturer or the OEM and VJC
serviceable tag. Aircraft components received as repaired or overhauled
shall be accompanied with the VJC serviceable tag and the Authorized
Release Certificates as specified below:
-

CAAV form one and/or

EASA form one and/or

FAA 8130-3

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Standard hardware, e.g. bolts, screws, collars, nuts, rivets and packings used
on the aircraft shall be those listed in the applicable IPC or
aircraft/engine/component manuals. Cleaning solvents, strippers, lubricants,
oils, fluids, greases and sealants used on the aircraft shall be those listed in
the applicable aircraft/engine/component manuals or standard practices
manuals. A Certificate of Conformity is required for the standard hardware or
consumable received by the Line stations.
3. Part issue out

All parts allocated at line stations are controlled and monitored by AMOS.
Whenever maintenance staff requires parts, he/she can inform and request
MCC duty issue the pick slip from AMOS system for required parts.
4. Removal/Installation of The Parts

Part removal/ installation are carried out in according with the instructions of
the aircraft manufacturer.
After installation and satisfactory check have been carried out, ensure that all
required part replacement details have been correctly entered and certified in
the Technical Log. All accompanied release documentation of the
replacement part are attached to the corresponding Technical Log page or
inserted securely in the Technical Log cover folder.
In some cases, there may be a need to remove a serviceable part from an
aircraft in order, for example, to return to the owner after loan period, or to
facilitate the investigation of incidents, where the recorders may be required
to remove and download.
The removal of serviceable part from an aircraft can be carried out only when
there will be a work order or detailed instructions from VJC MCC. Refer
procedure 2.9 and 2.10 for details
The authorized staff removing the part shall take all necessary precautions to
ensure that the part is removed properly from the aircraft. All removal data
(P/N, S/N) must be entered accurately into the Technical Log page. A
Technical Log entry in the DEFECT column will be made to record the reason
for the removal.
Before taking off the Technical Log page, make sure that the page is filled
with all the latest flight information.

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5. Returning of part

All defective parts removed from the Aircraft must be labeled to reflect the
condition of the part. All information of the part such as P/N, S/N, reason to
remove, the date of removal, A/C registration from which part has been
removed must be filed in the U/S label (Form SPF302) by an authorized CRS
staff.
Defective components removed from A/C must be returned to store
accompanied with Post Flight Report (PFR) and Unserviceable tag
Other components including consumable that may be required to be retained
for investigation in the case of incident/accident will be returned to main base
when authorized staff at Line station is requested to do so.
The defective components and removed parts shall be packed into the proper
packing (preferable original one), which must meet all transportation
requirements and any additional requirements if instructed by VJC Store. The
packing will be marked as required, and the part will be shipped back to VJC
MCC and then transferred to the VJC store.
All relevant documentation shall be inserted into the appropriate protection
bag and be securely attached to the container (or box) of removed part.

RVSM AND RNP MAINTENANCE


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RVSM and RNP Maintenance Procedure ..................................................................... 2

2.24.1 Purpose ..................................................................................................................... 2


2.24.2

Scope ...................................................................................................................... 2

2.24.3

Responsibility ......................................................................................................... 2

2.24.4 Reference ................................................................................................................... 2


2.24.5

Definition and abbreviation ................................................................................... 2

2.24.6

Procedure ............................................................................................................... 3
1. Required Equipment ........................................................................................................ 3
1.1. RVSM ........................................................................................................................ 3
1.2 RNP ........................................................................................................................... 3
2. MEL application ................................................................................................................ 3

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RVSM and RNP Maintenance Procedure

2.24.1 Purpose

This is a procedure for all additional maintenance to be performed on the VietJet


Air aircraft for RVSM and RNP operations.
2.24.2 Scope

This procedure provides all RVSM and RNP maintenance requirements that
pertain to line station maintenance activities, where the systems, methods and
procedures are defined as mandatory, and must be complied with to obtain and
maintain the CAAV RVSM and RNP Operational Approval.
This Procedure must be included into all stations staff RVSM and RNP
Awareness Training Program Syllabus for VJC Aircraft Maintenance Service
Qualifications and shall be reviewed as part of recurrent training (the read and
sign training methodology can be used for line maintenance staff).
2.24.3 Responsibility

VJC and the Line Station Authorized Staff are responsible for compliance the
procedure.
2.24.4 Reference

MME 2.17, 2.23, 2.24


2.24.5 Definition and abbreviation

Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM): The goal of RVSM is to reduce


the vertical separation above flight level (FL) 290 from the current 2000-ft
minimum to 1000-ft minimum.
Performance Based Navigation (PBN): Performance Based Navigation specifies
system performance requirements for aircraft operating along an ATS route, on
an instrument approach procedure or in a designated airspace.
Area navigation (RNAV): A method of navigation which permits aircraft operation
on any desired flight path within the coverage of station-referenced navigation
aids or within the limits of the capability of self-contained navigation aids, or a
combination of these.
RNP Operations: Aircraft operations using a RNP System for RNP applications.

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2.24.6 Procedure
1. Required Equipment
1.1. RVSM

Refer VJC MEL for required components


1.2 RNP

Refer VJC MEL for required components


2.

MEL application

This sub-procedure is to ensure compliance to the RVSM and RNP


Requirements when release the aircraft with deferred defects that have
remarks EXCEPT FOR RVSM, OR RNP) in the MEL manual. As this may
have an impact on RVSM and RNP operations, the current status of the
aircraft must be communicated effectively throughout VJC maintenance and
operation systems.
When a defect cannot be rectified on time, the authorised staff shall assess
the deferrable defect again MEL. If MEL allows but with the condition of Non
RVSM and RNP operation, MCC must be informed immediately.
OMC shall be advised about aircraft status for aircraft arrangement/re-route
When permitted to release the aircraft to service with the defect deferred for
Non RVSM and RNP operation, the Authorised Staff must do the following:
a. Raise an ADD as normal procedure, adding the phrase EXCEPT FOR
RVSM, RNP in the ACTION TAKEN block of the Technical Log after
statement about deferral of defect.
b. Adding the phrase that EXCEPT FOR RVSM, RNP and circle YES in
the OPS LIMIT box in the Airworthiness/MEL ADD log
c. Raise a NTC and brief Flight Crew of any possible performance
limitations.
d. Advise MCC by any kind of communication about the situation.
When the defects related to RVSM and RNP operations is cleared,
authorised staff will notify flight crew by writing a note A/C RETURN TO
RVSM, A/C RETURN TO RNP in the Tech Log and NTC shall be cleared.
Authorised staff should also advise MCC the status of the aircraft.
OMC shall be notified for aircraft condition.

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CRITICAL TASK CERTIFICATION ................................................................................. 2

2.25.1

PURPOSE................................................................................................................ 2

2.25.2

SCOPE .................................................................................................................... 2

2.25.3

REFERENCE ........................................................................................................... 2

2.25.4

PROCEDURE .......................................................................................................... 2

1.

Definition...................................................................................................................... 2

2.

Control of Critical tasks ................................................................................................ 2

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CRITICAL TASK CERTIFICATION

2.25.1 PURPOSE

The purpose of this procedure is to emphasize the recommendation practice of


performing maintenance on identically dual or multiple systems to avoid the risk
of repeated maintenance error
2.25.2 SCOPE

Applicable to all maintenance personnel, who perform maintenance on VJCs


aircraft, both at Line and Base maintenance
2.25.3 REFERENCE

AC-05-002
2.25.4 PROCEDURE
1. Definition

A maintenance task involving some element of removal/ disassembly and


installation/ reassembly of several components of the same type fitted to
more than one system on the same aircraft during a particular maintenance
check.
2. Control of Critical tasks

The VJC Aircraft Maintenance Schedule (AMS) for each aircraft type
operated by VJC contains a list of critical tasks. All critical routine task cards
issued by the Planning Division are identified as Critical Task on the task
card.
Non-routine management of critical tasks is the responsibility of the AMO
performing the aircraft Release to service.
No single authorised staff shall be allowed to perform any identical
maintenance work on the identical system of the same aircraft. Maintenance
on similar or dual systems using same authorised staff during a single
maintenance visit must be avoided.
VJC MCC/ contracted maintenance providers must plan and ensure that
maintenance on identical or dual systems are carried out by using different
AUTHORISED staff

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VJC MCC/ contracted maintenance providers may, however, plan and ensure
that maintenance on identical or dual systems using the same authorised staff
is only carried out at the separate maintenance visits
Alternatively, when only one person is available to perform the same tasks,
then an additional re-inspection of the work by the same AUTHORISED staff
must be carried out and re-certified on the separate task card or Technical log
column to fulfill the requirement
-

e.g. In the case of removal and re-fitment of oil filler caps, a reinspection of all oil filler caps should be carried out after the last oil
filler cap has supposedly been refitted

- The Technical log page shall reflect the certification of the following
statement: RE-INSPECTION OF ALL OIL FILLER CAPS ARE
CARRIED OUT

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Duplicate Inspection (RII) ......................................................................................... 2

2.26.1

Purpose............................................................................................................... 2

2.26.2

Scope .................................................................................................................. 2

2.26.3

Responsibility..................................................................................................... 2

2.26.4

Reference............................................................................................................ 2

2.26.5

Procedure ........................................................................................................... 2

1.

General requirements .............................................................................................. 2

2.

Duplicate Visual Inspections .................................................................................... 3


i.

Duplicate Functional Inspections .......................................................................... 3

ii.

Control of Duplicate Inspection ........................................................................... 10

iii.

Certification .......................................................................................................... 4

APPENDIX A- RII LIST ......................................................................................................... 6


1.

AILERON SYSTEM .................................................................................................... 6

2. RUDDER SYSTEM ...................................................................................................... 6


3.

ELEVATOR ................................................................................................................. 6

4. TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS) ......................................................... 6


5.

FLAP/SLATS SYSTEM ................................................................................................ 7

6.

SPOILER ..................................................................................................................... 7

7.

ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM ............................................................... 7

8.

MAIN & NOSE LANDING GEAR ................................................................................. 7

9. ENGINE CONTROLS ................................................................................................... 9


10. AUXILIARY POWER UNIT (APU) ................................................................................ 9
11. EMERGENCY ESCAPE SYSTEMS ............................................................................ 9
13. WINDOWS: ............................................................................................................... 10
14. FUEL: ........................................................................................................................ 10
15. FIRE EXTINGUISHING: ............................................................................................ 10
16. OTHERS:................................................................................................................... 10

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Duplicate Inspection (RII)

2.26.1 Purpose
To establish the requirements for conducting and authorised Duplicate Inspections of
Required Inspection Item (RII) on aircraft control systems that have been disturbed.
2.26.2 Scope
This procedure applies to all aircraft control systems or parts of the control system,
and/or vital points where a failure could result in the loss of control and ultimately the
safety of the aircraft.
NOTE1
Aircraft control system is an aircraft system by which the flight path, attitude or
propulsive force of an aircraft is changed.
A vital point is a point on an aircraft at which a single mal-assembly could lead to
failure or loss of aircraft control.
NOTE2
Previous experience of maintenance errors and/ or information araising from an
Occurrence Report System are taken into account and evaluated for duplicate
inspection requirement.
2.26.3 Responsibility
The Engineering & Planning division, contracted maintenance organization and
authorised staff are responsible for compliance with the requirements in this
procedure
2.26.4 Reference
AC-05-002
2.26.5 Procedure
1. General requirements
Required Inspection Item (RII) are aircraft maintenance tasks that are subjected to a
duplicate inspection carried out by a person that is specifically trained, authorized and
certificated to carry out the RII.
Duplicate Inspections on all aircraft control systems listed in Appendix A of this
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replacement, modification or adjustment to ensure correct assembly, locking and


functioning
A duplicate inspection is defined as an inspection first made and certified by one
qualified person, and subsequently made and certified by a second qualified person,
i.e. by two persons with the same B category certification qualification (in accordance
with VAR-07 and equivalent EASA part 66 requirements), not at the same time, but
independently after each other.
The first and second inspections shall take into account of the full extent of the work
undertaken and not simply the immediate area of the disturbance. This is to ensure
that distant or remote parts of the system that may have been affected by the
disturbance are also subject to Duplicate Inspections.
Control systems subject to a Duplicate Inspection must not be disturbed or readjusted
between inspections. The second inspection must, as nearly as possible, follow
immediately after the first inspection.
Every effort shall be made to ensure that the task and its certification is contained
within a single working shift to reduce the likelihood of unintentional removal of
restraining devices during shift changes, and to minimize handover problems by
reducing the number of authorised persons involved.
The inspections prescribed for the control systems in this procedure shall include an
inspection to ensure that full, free and correct movement of the controls is obtained
throughout the systems relative to the movements of the crew controls. A final check
shall be made once all covers and fairings have been fitted to ensure that full and free
movement of the control is available.
2. Duplicate Visual Inspections
Duplicate visual inspections shall be carried out whenever any degree of
disassembly, disturbance or adjustment occurs in a control system, engine drive shaft
or associated couplings.
This shall include physical inspection to verify correct assembly and locking of
controls and associated hydraulic and electrical assemblies. It shall include those
attachments and fittings which support the control surfaces or controls and operate
warning or protective devices. Particular attention shall be given to the proper
installation and security of safety and locking devices.
A final inspection to establish the integrity of the system when all the work has been
completed must be carried out.
i.

Duplicate Functional Inspections


Duplicate functional inspections are required after all system disturbances and
adjustments have been completed. These inspections must ensure the correct
sense and that full and correct free movement of the control is obtained.
An authorized staff to certify a Duplicate Inspection shall operate the controls in
the cockpit, maintaining the sequence of operations specified in the appropriate
AMM.

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Another authorized staff to certify the Duplicate Inspection shall check the control
surface movements in the same work sequence. For the second part of the
inspection, the two staffs involved shall change position and repeat the checks in
identical sequence. It is the responsibility of the authorized staff carrying out the
control functional checks to ensure the correct operation and sense of the
associated indication and alarm systems.
Staff operating controls and carrying out Duplicate Inspections must maintain
contact via intercom or radio. Safety of personnel and protection of the aircraft
are a priority during system operation.
ii.

Control of Duplicate Inspection


The VJC Aircraft Maintenance Schedule (AMS) for each aircraft type operated by
VJC contains a list of RII for schedule maintenance tasks.
When preparing the task card, WO and EO, the tech service engineer of
Engineering & Planning Division shall determine the RII applicability in
accordance with the RII List and make appropriate identification. The Work Order
shall be identified as Dupl. Insp in the box of the WO.
List of Duplicate inspection tasks shall be prepared by Planning and kept together
in work package in order to facilitate arrangement of appropriate manpower to
perform duplicate inspection tasks.
The task card, WO and EO shall be reviewed by the MCC in order to ensure that
the maintenance task requiring duplicate inspection has been appropriately
distinguished and identified.
Non-routine management of Duplicate inspection is the responsibility of the AMO
performing the aircraft Release to service.
Contracted maintenance organisations may have its procedures that exceed VJC
requirements but the requirements listed in this procedure are considered as a
minimum.

iii.

Certification
The staff authorised for the completion of the maintenance may certify for the
First Inspection of the Duplicate Inspection and the authorized staff performing
the independent inspection shall certify for the Second Inspection.
NOTE:
The first authorized staff, who assumes full responsibility for the satisfactory
completion of the work, is person signing the maintenance release. The
second inspection shall be carried out by second authorized staff who attests
to the satisfactory completion of the work recorded and that no deficiencies
have been found.
The Duplicate Inspection shall be recorded and certified in the Technical Log
and/or maintenance worksheets after the work accomplishment during line
maintenance

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Duplicate Inspections, when recorded in the aircraft Technical Log, must be


properly cross-referenced and certified in the aircraft Technical Log to assist in
the traceability of the first and second inspections of the Duplicate Inspections
and to prevent any ambiguity.
a. The first inspection of the Duplicate Inspection with statement FIRST
INSPECTION CARRIED OUT may be recorded and certified together with
the maintenance accomplishment by the first authorised staff in the ACTION
TAKEN block of the Technical Log.
b. In this case, a maintenance entry must be open for the second inspection of
the Duplicate Inspection in other DEFECT block accompanied the item
number and/or serial number of the Technical Log page of the first inspection
so as to permit the second authorised staff to record and certify for the result
of the second inspection of the Duplicate Inspection. The statement SECOND
INSPECTION CARRIED OUT shall be annotated in ACTION TAKEN block
of Technical log
NOTE: The defect or reason for the defect or Duplicate Inspection must be
entered by the authorised staff if not so recorded by the Captain in
DEFECT block
Certification is required in maintenance worksheets such as task card, WO, EO (if
any). First signature and second signature are required on respective boxes in
WO/ Task card/ Non-routine Task card. Refer Part 3.1 for instructions
In schedule hangar maintenance, only WO, EO, task card and NRC are required
for duplicate inspection certification if such maintenance tasks are parts of
Maintenance work package. Technical log certification for individual task is not
required. Refer part 3.1 for instructions

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APPENDIX A- RII LIST


Duplicate Inspection procedures apply to all aircraft control systems, or parts of the
control system, where a failure could result in the loss of control and ultimately the
safety of the aircraft. Duplicate inspections are to be accomplished on the following
aircraft control systems:
1. AILERON SYSTEM
a. Aileron
b. Aileron Servo Control Unit and/or Electrical Connectors
2. RUDDER SYSTEM
a. Any disturbance of the mechanical control system which includes:
- Pedal Position Adjuster Assembly
- Yaw Brake Bell Crank, Cable Tension Regulator, Cable Quadrant
- Rudder Control Frame
- Centering, Spring, and Connecting Rods
- Control Cables and Rigging
b. Rudder
c. Rudder Trim Actuator
d. Rudder Servo Control
e. Rudder trim control switch
f.

Artificial Feel and Trim Unit

g. Rudder Travel Limitation Unit


h. Yaw Damper Servo Actuator and/or Electrical Connectors
i.

Force transducer unit

3. ELEVATOR
a. Elevator
b. Elevator servo actuator and/or electrical connectors
4. TRIMMABLE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER (THS)
a. Any disturbance/replacement of the THS mechanical control system which
includes:

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- Pitch Trim Control Mechanism


- Cable Tension Regulator, Control Cables, Chains and Wheel Assembly
b. THS Actuator or attached LRUs e.g. Actuator, Motor, Pressure-off Brake, Pitch
Trim Actuator
c. THS Actuator Position Transducer
d. Stabilizer
5. FLAP/SLATS SYSTEM
a. Any disturbance (replacement) of the flap/slat transmission including:
- Gearboxes, Bearing Assemblies, Torque Shafts, Actuator/Lever Assemblies
and Torque Limiters
- Flap Carriages, Slat Tracks and Guide Roller Assemblies
b. Flap/Slat Control Surface replacement
c. Power Control Unit (PCU) and attached LRUs e.g. Hydraulic Motor, Valve Block,
Pressure-off Brake
d. Feedback Position Pick-off Unit (FPPU)
e. Flap/Slat Control Lever, Command Sensor Unit (CSU)
f.

Interconnecting Strut

g. Wing Tip Brakes


h. Asymmetry Position Pick-off Unit (APPU) and/or Electrical Connector
6. SPOILER
a. Spoiler Panels
b. Spoiler Servo Control Unit and/or Electrical Connector
7. ELECTRICAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM
a. Side Stick Assembly, Side Stick Transducer Unit
b. Speed Brake Control Lever, Speed Brake Control Transducer Unit
c. Elevator Position Transducer Unit, Pedal Position Transducer
d. Spoiler/Speed Brake Command Sensor Unit
8. MAIN & NOSE LANDING GEAR
a. Leg Assembly Replacement

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b. Shock Absorber Replacement


c. Side Stay
d. Lock Stay
e. Lock Stay Actuator
f.

Retract Actuator

g. Uplock Boxes
h. Torque Link Assembly
i.

Gear Door Replacement, Rig, Adjustment

j.

Landing Gear Control Lever

k. Landing Gear Selector Valve


l.

Landing Gear Door Actuators

m. Free Fall Extension System


n. Landing Gear Control Interface Unit (LGCIU)

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ENGINE CONTROLS
a. Engine Electronic Control Unit (ECU)
b. Engine Interface Unit (EIU)
c. Hydro Mechanical Unit ( (HMU)
d. Throttle Lever Assembly, Throttle Control Unit
e. Artificial Feel Unit and Linkages
f.

Variable Stator Vane Actuator

g. Engine replacement and Engine Mount Bolt torque


h. Engine Pylon Disconnect Plugs associated with Primary Engine Control
i.

Fan Blade installation

j.

Replacement, reinstallation, rigging or adjustment thrust reversers

k. Translating Sleeve Upper Actuators (assembly consists of the LVDT that


transmits cowl position to the ECU)
l.

High Pressure Fuel Tube Fittings (torque loading and security)

m. Electrical Master Chip Detector (EMCD) installation


n. Oil drain plug installation
o. Engine borescope plug installation
p. AGB hand cranking pad installation
q. Air Starter installation
r.

Air Starter plugs installation (e.g. filling plug, overflow plug, drain plug, MCD plug)

10. AUXILIARY POWER UNIT (APU)


a. Attachment Mount Nut Torque (after installation)
b. Mounting Rod (after installation/adjustment)
11. EMERGENCY ESCAPE SYSTEMS
Slide/ slide raft installation,
girt bar installations and rigging, door assist
deactivation/slide safety pin removal
12. FLIGHT DECK SEATS:
Final fit and function

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13. WINDOWS:
Replacement, reinstallation of cockpit windows (windshield, side) and cabin windows
14. FUEL:
Closing of Fuel tank plates/ panels. (including tank internal cleaning check)
15. FIRE EXTINGUISHING:
Engine, APU and Cargo fire extinguishing bottles installation.
16. OTHERS:
Major repairs, major modifications

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Limit maintenance inspection at outstation ................................................................ 2

2.27.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................... 2

2.27.2

Responsibility ......................................................................................................... 2

2.27.3

Procedure ............................................................................................................... 2

1.

Inspection in relation to spillage or accumulation of fluids ............................................ 2

2.

Lightning strike inspection ............................................................................................ 3

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Limit maintenance inspection at outstation

2.27.1 Purpose
To define procedure for maintenance inspection at outstation when aircraft involved
incidents such as corrosive spillage, lightning strike etc. and required inspection by AMM
chapter 5.
2.27.2 Responsibility
This is responsibility of all authorized staff carrying out the line maintenance checks, that
in the event of above incidents, the relevant inspection must be performed and also
certified in the Aircraft Technical Log.
2.27.3 Procedure
If any kind of such incidents has occurred away from Home Base and preliminary
inspection reveals no damage, the aircraft may be released for service provided an
Airworthiness ADD is raised (with the Time Limit Category notated as ON RETURN TO
HOME BASE) for a detailed inspection of the concerned areas on the aircraft on return
to base at the first available opportunity.
Following are additional general guidance instructions to the inspections required by
approved AMM, which must be adhered to.
1. Inspection in relation to spillage or accumulation of fluids
a. Fluid spillage and accumulation of fluids resulting from inadequate drainage can
cause serious corrosion in aircraft structures, and can affect the correct operation of
electrical control and distribution services. Since the type and extent of corrosion or
other damage will depend on the type of fluid, it is important for the fluid type to be
identified and the extent of contamination assessed, so that corrective action may be
taken.
b. In some instances the fact that fluids had been present may not have been
appreciated because the affected areas had been cleaned out before being seen by
an inspector. Therefore, if fluid spillage or accumulation of fluids are reported or
found, these should be made known to an inspector before the area is cleaned up.
Accidental fluid spillage, which is known to have occurred during flight, should be
recorded in the Aircraft Technical Log, and particular attention should be paid to the
regions below the floor when inspecting for the effects of such spillage.
c. Cleanliness of the aircraft internal structure is also important because dirt and dust
may act as a sponge and retain fluids, thus increasing the risk of corrosion.
d. If a spillage has occurred away from Home Base and preliminary inspection reveals
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is raised for a detailed inspection of the entire probably affected by the spillage area
and surrounding on return to Home Base at the first available opportunity.
Approximate dimension and location of the affected area must be described in the
Aircraft Technical Log.
e. To prevent corrosion, it is essential to ensure the proper functioning of drains and
drain holes. Engineers should be aware of all the drainage means in the areas for
which they are responsible and should check that these are free from obstruction.
2. Lightning strike inspection
The purpose of this instruction is to highlight the importance of inspecting the entire
aircraft when a lightning strike is reported by the flight crew or witnessed by maintenance
personnel.
The Maintenance Manual stipulates that if an aircraft has suffered a lightning strike,
general inspection of the aircraft must be made to find the areas of the strike and the
point of electrical discharge. After the areas have been identified, a complete
examination must be made to find all other arising damages.
If a lightning strike has occurred away from Home Base and preliminary inspection
reveals no damage, the aircraft may be released for service provided an Airworthiness
ADD is raised for a detailed inspection of the entire aircraft on return to base at the first
available opportunity.
Functional checks of aircraft systems and equipment required after a lightning strike
depend on the severity of the strike. Radio, radar and other navigational aids must be
included in the functional checks unless these are reported to be satisfactory in the
Aircraft Technical Log by the Flight Crew.

ENGINE GROUND RUN


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PART 2.28
ENGINE GROUND RUN

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ENGINE GROUND RUN
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2.28

Iss01/Rev00
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Engine Ground Run....................................................................................................... 2

2.28.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................... 2

2.28.2

Scope ...................................................................................................................... 2

2.28.3

Procedure ............................................................................................................... 2

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ENGINE GROUND RUN
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Engine Ground Run

2.28.1 Purpose
This procedure details the practices and precautions necessary during engine ground
running of VietJet Air (VJC) aircraft.
2.28.2 Scope
1.

It is the responsibility of the duty MCC supervisor to assign two duly authorized staff
holding appropriate ratings to be positioned in the aircraft flight deck for the engine
ground run.

2.

A minimum of two ground crews shall also be in attendance on the ground during the
engine run. It is the responsibility of the authorized staff to brief his ground crews to
observe all applicable safety and technical instructions whilst running engines in
accordance with the Aircraft Maintenance Manual

3.

It is the responsibility of the ground crew to adhere to the instructions of the


authorized staff.

4.

It is the responsibility of the ground crews to ensure ground safety during engine
ground run, and call for an immediate engine shut down any time becoming aware
that personnel are in danger.

2.28.3 Procedure
1.

An engine ground run on a VietJet Air aircraft shall only be conducted by an


appropriately authorized person in accordance with the engine operation procedures
and safety precautions set out in the AMM.

2.

The authorized staff holding authorization for EGR shall occupy the Captain position
for the engine ground run, called as Ground Run Coordinator. He shall take charge
of the engine ground run operation and be responsible for operating the engine
controls and holding the aircraft brakes during the engine ground run.

3.

The authorized staff occupying the First Officers position shall be conversant with the
operation of the engine instrumentation, fuel, oil, electrical, pneumatic, fire and APU
systems. This staff shall be responsible for recording the engine parameters and
monitoring the engine instruments, EGT gauges and ECAM instrumentation for any
impending engine problems.

4.

Preparation for engine ground run:


The Ground Run Coordinator will prepare for the engine ground run as follows:
4.1

Ascertain reason for ground run and prepare engine run sheets and AMM

4.2

Review aircraft technical log and check deferred defect to ensure that the

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aircraft engines and systems are operational.

5.

4.3

Brief all his crew members to ensure that they are conversant with their
duties and are aware of personal safety requirements, particularly the
procedures, cautions and warnings in the Aircraft Maintenance Manual
regarding the inlet and exhaust areas of engines during ground running,
danger zones and engine safety corridors.

4.4

Ensure that the aircraft is not run facing any building, hangar or large
permanent structure unless it is at a safe distance away in case it should
jump the chocks.

4.5

Obtain the wind speed direction and temperature, and ensure aircraft is
correctly and safely positioned.

4.6

Ensure that an adequate portable fire extinguisher is located in the


immediate vicinity of the aircraft on the engine run location.

4.7

Ensure the apron is clean and free of foreign objects.

4.8

Ensure that no other aircraft are immediately ahead or behind the aircraft
being run-up to avoid jet blast damage.

4.9

Ensure that only those persons directly concerned with the engine ground
run are permitted in the flight deck.

4.10

Check the aircraft wheels are securely chocked and the undercarriage pins
are fitted;

Communication
5.1

Prior to and during the engine ground run, communication between the
maintenance crew in the aircraft flight deck and outside on the ground shall
be established and maintained at all times

5.2

Radio communication with the ATC shall be carried out by a authorized staff
conversant with the standard radiotelephony procedures. The engine ground
run shall be conducted in a location assigned by the ATC.

5.3

Prior to the commencement of the engine ground run, clearance shall be


obtained from the ATC. The ATC shall also be advised on the completion of
the engine ground run.

GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT


(GSE) MAINTENANCE
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

Iss01/Rev00
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PART 2.29
GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (GSE) MAITENANCE

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GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
(GSE) MAINTENANCE
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Iss01/Rev00
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Ground Support Equipment (GSE) maintenance ........................................................ 2

2.29.1

Purpose ................................................................................................................... 2

2.29.2

Schedule maintenance........................................................................................... 2

1.

Daily inspection-Motorized ........................................................................................... 2

2.

Weekly inspection ........................................................................................................ 2

3.

Schedule maintenance/ servicing................................................................................. 2

4.

Maintenance and inspection- Non Motorized ............................................................... 2

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Ground Support Equipment (GSE) maintenance

2.29.1 Purpose
To ensure the availability and serviceability of the ground support equipment units to
provide the essential support for an effective and efficient sustenance in the daily
operations through prompt repair and preventive maintenance
2.29.2 Schedule maintenance
1. Daily inspection-Motorized
User of equipment shall carry out the basic checks on the general condition before
using the equipment. The checks will include:
a. Visual inspection of the bodyworks, wheel condition, fire extinguisher (if
equipped) and placards
b. An operational check of the horn and lights such as beacon, brake, main,
reserve, turn-off signals or hazard lights.
c. A quantitative check of the fluid levels such as engine oil, brake fluid,
transmission and power steering oil, radiator and battery
2. Weekly inspection
The weekly inspection is basically identical to the daily check.
3. Schedule maintenance/ servicing
All motorized equipment will undergo a more specific and detailed check due at
certain period. All check/servicing intervals will be retrieved from Maintenance
Manual of the respective GSE
GSE maintenance program shall be developed and monitored by VJC Maintenance
Division.
Maintenance tasks should be carried by third parties based on VJC WO or request.
All work performed must be recorded and calculated for last done/next due
monitoring
4. Maintenance and inspection- Non Motorized
Visual inspection on the general condition of bodyworks, locks and stabilizers, towarm and steering mechanism of non-motorized general equipment such as
maintenance steps and platforms, nitrogen carts, wheel and brake trolleys, trestles,
main and nose wheel jacks shall be carried out by the users before using the
equipment
All reported defects have to be attended and repair immediately

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NOTE: It is responsibility of each user to report to their manager about defects on


equipment for corrective action

LIST OF FORM
&
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

FORM COMPLETION INSTRUCTION

PART 3
LIST OF FORMS
&
FORM COMPLETION INSTRUCTION

Iss01/Rev00
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LIST OF FORMS
&
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

FORM COMPLETION INSTRUCTION

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3.0

List of Forms.................................................................................................................. 2

3.1

Form completion instruction ........................................................................................ 4

Task card completion ........................................................................................................... 4


Non Routine Card (NRC) ...................................................................................................... 5
Work Order ............................................................................................................................ 6
Engineering Order ................................................................................................................ 7
Dent and Buckle chart .......................................................................................................... 8

LIST OF FORMS
&
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

3.0

FORM COMPLETION INSTRUCTION

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List of Forms
All forms in table below are associated with the LMM and have to be allocated at all line
stations. Controlling of forms and its status is responsibility of Technical Publication
section
New revision of form shall be distributed to all line stations
FORM NO.

TITLE OF FORM

CAAV Form 14b

Mandatory Occurrence Report (CAAV


form)

CAAV-FSSD-AIR-040
QDF 100V
QDF 101-B
QDF 101-C
QDF 103V
QDF 104V
QDF036V
TQAF031
TQAF033
EPF104
EPF105
EPF107
EPF108
EPF109
EPF111
EPF118
EPF124
AMOS form
AMOS form

Concession Request (CAAV form)


Technical Log
Airworthiness ADD Log
Non Airworthiness ADD Log
Cabin Condition Log
Notice To Crew
TOR
One-off Authorisation (Dispensation)
Certificate of Maintenance Review
Request to Modify Maintenance Data
Work Order
Preflight/Transit check sheet
Daily check sheet
Task card
Engineering Order
List of dispatch technical document
Weekly check sheet
Serviceable Tag/ Unserviceable Tag
Dent and Buckle chart

LIST OF FORMS
&
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MXF203
MXF218
MXF217
MXF210
MXF213
MXF214
MXF215
MXF216

FORM COMPLETION INSTRUCTION

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Re-certified Certificate
AOG Report
Delay Report
Spare Request
Aircraft Technical Status Report
Inoperative Placard
Repetitive defect monitoring sheet
Overnight Workpackge

LIST OF FORMS
&
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

3.1

FORM COMPLETION INSTRUCTION

Form completion instruction


Task card completion

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LIST OF FORMS
&
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

FORM COMPLETION INSTRUCTION

Non Routine Card (NRC)

Page 5 of 9
Iss01/Rev00
15 Sep 13

LIST OF FORMS
&
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

Work Order

FORM COMPLETION INSTRUCTION

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Iss01/Rev00
15 Sep 13

LIST OF FORMS
&
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

FORM COMPLETION INSTRUCTION

Engineering Order

Page 7 of 9
Iss01/Rev00
15 Sep 13

LIST OF FORMS
&
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

FORM COMPLETION INSTRUCTION

Dent and Buckle chart

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LIST OF FORMS
&
LINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL

FORM COMPLETION INSTRUCTION

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Form MXF212

Rev00

Date 01 Oct 2014

REPETITIVE INSPECTION REQUIREMENT CONTROL SHEET


1. A/C Type:

2. A/C Registration:

4. Raised By:

5. Doc Ref:

3. ADD Number:

6. Description:

7. Inspection Interval: FH:

CY:

Calendar:

8. Due on
FH

FC

9. Performance
Date

12. ADD closed: Auth#

FH

FC

Signature:

Check:
10.TLP#

11.Auth# / sign

Date

TLP#

Date:

Ff

REPETITIVE INSPECTION REQUIREMENT CONTROL SHEET


1. A/C Type:

2. A/C Registration:

4. Raised By:

5. Doc Ref:

3. ADD Number:

6. Description:

7. Inspection Interval: FH:

CY:

Calendar:

8. Due on
FH

FC

12. ADD closed: Auth#

9. Performance
Date

FH

FC

Signature:
Page 1 of 5

Check:
10.TLP#

11.Auth# / sign

Date

TLP#

Date:

Form MXF212

Rev00

Date 01 Oct 2014

REPETITIVE INSPECTION REQUIREMENT CONTROL SHEET


1. A/C Type:

2. A/C Registration:

4. Raised By:

5. Doc Ref:

3. ADD Number:

6. Description:

7. Inspection Interval: FH:

CY:

Calendar:

8. Due on
FH

FC

9. Performance
Date

12. ADD closed: Auth#

FH

FC

Signature:

Check:
10.TLP#

11.Auth# / sign

Date

TLP#

Date:

REPETITIVE INSPECTION REQUIREMENT CONTROL SHEET


1. A/C Type:

2. A/C Registration:

4. Raised By:

5. Doc Ref:

3. ADD Number:

6. Description:

7. Inspection Interval: FH:

CY:

Calendar:

8. Due on
FH

FC

12. ADD closed: Auth#

9. Performance
Date

FH

FC

Signature:
Page 2 of 5

Check:
10.TLP#

11.Auth# / sign

Date

TLP#

Date:

Form MXF212

Rev00

Date 01 Oct 2014

REPETITIVE INSPECTION REQUIREMENT CONTROL SHEET


1. A/C Type:

2. A/C Registration:

4. Raised By:

5. Doc Ref:

3. ADD Number:

6. Description:

7. Inspection Interval: FH:

CY:

Calendar:

8. Due on
FH

FC

9. Performance
Date

12. ADD closed: Auth#

FH

FC

Signature:

Check:
10.TLP#

11.Auth# / sign

Date

TLP#

Date:

REPETITIVE INSPECTION REQUIREMENT CONTROL SHEET


1. A/C Type:

2. A/C Registration:

4. Raised By:

5. Doc Ref:

3. ADD Number:

6. Description:

7. Inspection Interval: FH:

CY:

Calendar:

8. Due on
FH

FC

12. ADD closed: Auth#

9. Performance
Date

FH

FC

Signature:
Page 3 of 5

Check:
10.TLP#

11.Auth# / sign

Date

TLP#

Date:

Form MXF212

Rev00

Date 01 Oct 2014

REPETITIVE INSPECTION REQUIREMENT CONTROL SHEET


1. A/C Type:

2. A/C Registration:

4. Raised By:

5. Doc Ref:

3. ADD Number:

6. Description:

7. Inspection Interval: FH:

CY:

Calendar:

8. Due on
FH

FC

9. Performance
Date

12. ADD closed: Auth#

FH

FC

Signature:

Check:
10.TLP#

11.Auth# / sign

Date

TLP#

Date:

REPETITIVE INSPECTION REQUIREMENT CONTROL SHEET


1. A/C Type:

2. A/C Registration:

4. Raised By:

5. Doc Ref:

3. ADD Number:

6. Description:

7. Inspection Interval: FH:

CY:

Calendar:

8. Due on
FH

FC

12. ADD closed: Auth#

9. Performance
Date

FH

FC

Signature:
Page 4 of 5

Check:
10.TLP#

11.Auth# / sign

Date

TLP#

Date:

Form MXF212

Rev00

Date 01 Oct 2014

REPETITIVE INSPECTION REQUIREMENT CONTROL SHEET


1. A/C Type:

2. A/C Registration:

4. Raised By:

5. Doc Ref:

3. ADD Number:

6. Description:

7. Inspection Interval: FH:

CY:

Calendar:

8. Due on
FH

FC

9. Performance
Date

12. ADD closed: Auth#

FH

FC

Signature:

Check:
10.TLP#

11.Auth# / sign

Date

TLP#

Date:

REPETITIVE INSPECTION REQUIREMENT CONTROL SHEET


1. A/C Type:

2. A/C Registration:

4. Raised By:

5. Doc Ref:

3. ADD Number:

6. Description:

7. Inspection Interval: FH:

CY:

Calendar:

8. Due on
FH

FC

12. ADD closed: Auth#

9. Performance
Date

FH

FC

Signature:
Page 5 of 5

Check:
10.TLP#

11.Auth# / sign

Date

TLP#

Date:

Form MXF212

Rev00

Date 01 Oct 2014

Form MXF212 completion guidance:


Block 1. Enter Type of aircraft such as: A320, A321,...;
Block 2. Enter Aircraft registration number, e.g.: VN-A666
Block 3. Enter ADD number.
Block 4. Name of staff who raise ADD
Block 5. Reference number of document
Block 6. Enter description of maintenance requirements that shall be performed.
Block 7. Enter Interval of the required inspection. e.g. FH: 500, FC: 100, Calendar: 8 Days, Check:
Daily.
Block 8. Authorised staff, who raise ADD, shall enter the next due date/ flight hour/ flight cycle or
other parameter that the required inspection. Such information based on current TLP
information where ADD raised. Enter N/A if the parameter is not applied. E.g. FH: 1555, FC:
1310, Date: 15Oct2012
The next due upon completion of inspection shall be entered by authorized staff who
perform inspection.
Block 9. Authorised staff, who perform inspection, shall enter the date/ flight hour/ flight cycle which
the required inspection was performed. Enter N/A in OTHER parameter cell if it is not
specified in block 7. E.g. FH: 1550, FC: 1308, Date: 14Oct2015, Other: Daily
Block 10. Enter Technical log page number that the performed inspection was recorded.
Block 11. Signature and authorization number of staff who performed the inspection.
Block 12. Authisation number, signature of staff who clear ADD. Enter TLP and date when clear ADD
Note: The information in block 1., 2. and 3. is repeated at each page.

Form QDF 101-B

Rev 02

Date 01 Oct 2014

MEL/ AIRWORTHINESS RELATED ACCEPTABLE DEFERRED DEFECTS

A/C REG: VN-A__________

(Page 01 of 06)
SEQ

ADD RAISED

ADD CLEARANCE

DEFECT INFORMATION
TX FROM TLP#:

ADD ENTERED BY

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

1/24
SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

ADD ENTERED BY
2/24

TX FROM TLP#:

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

TX FROM TLP#:
ADD ENTERED BY

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

3/24
SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

TX FROM TLP#:
ADD ENTERED BY

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

4/24
SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

TLP #:
or
WP#

NRC#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

TLP #:
or
WP#

NRC#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

TLP #:
or
WP#

NRC#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

TLP #:
or
WP#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

NRC#

Form QDF 101-B

Rev 02

Date 01 Oct 2014

MEL/ AIRWORTHINESS RELATED ACCEPTABLE DEFERRED DEFECTS

A/C REG: VN-A__________

(Page 02 of 06)
SEQ

ADD RAISED

ADD ENTERED BY

ADD CLEARANCE

DEFECT INFORMATION
TX FROM TLP#:

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

5/24
SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

ADD ENTERED BY
6/24

TX FROM TLP#:

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

ADD ENTERED BY

TX FROM TLP#:

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

7/24
SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

ADD ENTERED BY

TX FROM TLP#:

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

8/24
SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

TLP #:
or
WP#

NRC#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

TLP #:
or
WP#

NRC#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

TLP #:
or
WP#

NRC#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

TLP #:
or
WP#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

NRC#

Form QDF 101-B

Rev 02

Date 01 Oct 2014

MEL/ AIRWORTHINESS RELATED ACCEPTABLE DEFERRED DEFECTS

A/C REG: VN-A__________

(Page 03 of 06)
SEQ

ADD RAISED

ADD ENTERED BY

ADD CLEARANCE

DEFECT INFORMATION
TX FROM TLP#:

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

9/24
SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

ADD ENTERED BY
10/24

TX FROM TLP#:

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

ADD ENTERED BY

TX FROM TLP#:

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

11/24
SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

ADD ENTERED BY

TX FROM TLP#:

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

12/24
SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

TLP #:
or
WP#

NRC#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

TLP #:
or
WP#

NRC#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

TLP #:
or
WP#

NRC#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

TLP #:
or
WP#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

NRC#

Form QDF 101-B

Rev 02

Date 01 Oct 2014

MEL/ AIRWORTHINESS RELATED ACCEPTABLE DEFERRED DEFECTS

A/C REG: VN-A__________

(Page 04 of 06)
SEQ

ADD RAISED

ADD ENTERED BY

ADD CLEARANCE

DEFECT INFORMATION
TX FROM TLP#:

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

13/24
SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

ADD ENTERED BY
14/24

TX FROM TLP#:

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

TX FROM TLP#:
ADD ENTERED BY

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

15/24
SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

TX FROM TLP#:
ADD ENTERED BY

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

ADD#:

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

DEFERRAL LIMIT
MEL CAT:

16/24
SIGN:

DUE AT:

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:
NTC RAISED

MAINT PROC
OPS PROC
OPS LIMIT
NTC CANCELED

YES / NO

YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO
YES / NO

TLP #:
or
WP#

NRC#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

TLP #:
or
WP#

NRC#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

TLP #:
or
WP#

NRC#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

TLP #:
or
WP#

AUTH. NO:
DATE:
STATION:

NRC#

Form QDF 101-B

Rev 02

Date 01 Oct 2014

MEL/ AIRWORTHINESS RELATED ACCEPTABLE DEFERRED DEFECTS

A/C REG: VN-A__________

(Page 05 of 06)
SEQ

ADD RAISED

ADD ENTERED BY

ADD CLEARANCE

DEFECT INFORMATION
TX FROM TLP#:

MEL/AMM/SRM.. REF#

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DEFERRAL LIMIT
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ADD NOTICE

Time/ Date:

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Type of ADD:

Aircraft Reg:

FH:

Reporters Name/ Authorization No.:

Non-airworthiness

Flight No.:

FC:

MRO/ Station:

Defect raised date:

Defect expired:

Airworthiness
ADD # (cleared)

Document reference:

Required repetitive inspection:

Yes

No

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Operation limit (required GSE or other limitations)

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