Aircraft Report for n220fl



Registration History for n220fl





N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N220FL PIPER AIRCRAFT INC PA-44-180 4496479 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to CHRISTIANSEN AVIATION LLC, airworthiness date 2019-09-18, expiration date 2025-08-31, serial number 4496479. 2022-08-23
N220FL PIPER AIRCRAFT INC PA-44-180 4496479 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to CHRISTIANSEN AVIATION INC, airworthiness date 2019-09-18, expiration date 2025-02-28, serial number 4496479. 2022-02-15
N220FL PIPER AIRCRAFT INC PA-44-180 4496479 HALLANDALE BEACH, FL Aircraft registered to FOX LEASING GROUP LLC, airworthiness date 2019-09-18, expiration date 2022-10-31, serial number 4496479. 2020-02-20
N220FL PIPER AIRCRAFT INC PA-44-180 4496479 HALLANDALE BEACH, FL Aircraft registered to FOX LEASING GROUP LLC, airworthiness date 2019-09-18, expiration date 2022-10-31, serial number 4496479. 2019-10-22

Accident History for n220fl


N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N220FL BRAERO HS125700A MORRISTOWN, NJ ON LANDING ROLLOUT STRUCK A DEER. CAME TO A STOP WITHOUT INCIDENT. 1990-10-23

Service Difficulty Reports for n220fl











N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N220FL GULSTM G1159 During APPROACH - AIRCRAFT DEPARTED LGA EN ROUTE TO BDL, ON APPROACH TO BDL THE LANDING GEAR WAS EXTENDED AT 200 KTS, A LOUD BANG EMINATEDFROM THE NOSE GEAR WELL. THE NOSE GEAR LIGHT WAS NOT ILLUMINATED AND THE RED LIGHT WAS STILL ON IN THE GEAR HANDLE. EMERGENCY SYSTEM WAS ACTIVATED, RESULTING IN NO CHANGE. AIRCRAFT LANDED AT BDL WITHOUT INCIDENT. UPON INVESTIGATION, ITWAS FOUND THAT THE NOSE GEAR ACTUATOR ROD END HAD CRACKED AND OPENED. THIS ALLOWED THE LANDING GEAR TO FREE FALL, CAUSING THE DOWN AND LOCK SWITCH MOUNTING BRACKET TO BEND. (M) 1996-04-18
N220FL GULSTM G1159 During APPROACH - LGA/BDL - AIRCRAFT DEPARTED LGA EN ROUTE TO BDL. ON APPROACH TO BDL, THE LANDING GEAR WAS EXTENDED AT 200 KNOTS, A LOUDBANG EMANATED FROM THE NOSE GEAR WELL. THE NOSE GEAR LIGHT WAS NOT ILLUMINATED AND THE RED LIGHT WAS STILL ON IN THE GEAR HANDLE. EMERGENCY SYSTEM WAS ACTIVATED, RESULTING IN NO CHANGE. AIRCRAFT LANDED AT BDL WITHOUT INCIDENT. UPON INVESTIGATION, FOUND THE NOSE GEAR ACTUATOR ROD END HAD CRACKED AND OPENED. THIS ALLOWED THE LANDING GEAR TO FREE FALL CAUSING THE DOWN AND LOCK SWITCH MOUNTING BRACKET TO BEND. 1996-04-12
N220FL GULSTM G1159 During INSP/MAINT - DURING AN 18-MONTH INSPECTION OF THE LEFT PYLON, THE FUSELAGE SKIN AT STA 598 WAS FOUND CHAFED BEYOND LIMITS. CHAFE WASREPAIRED WITH GULFSTREAM DRAWINGS E35102164. THE AIRCRAFT WAS RETURNED TO SERVICE. 1996-04-05
N220FL GULSTM G1159 During INSP/MAINT - DURING AN 18 MONTH INSPECTION OF THE LEFT PYLON, 1 INCH CRACKS WERE FOUND IN THE LEADING EDGE ATTACHMENT ANGLES, P/N 115921901-19 AND -20. THE ANGLES WERE REPLACED AND THE AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO SERVICE. 1996-03-22
N220FL GULSTM G1159 During INSP/MAINT - DURING AN 18 MONTH INSPECTION OF THE LEFT PYLON, 1 INCH CRACKS WERE FOUND IN THE LEADING EDGE ATTACHMENT ANGLES, P/N 115921901-19 AND -20. THE ANGLES WERE REPLACED AND THE AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO SERVICE. 1996-03-22
N220FL GULSTM G1159 During INSP/MAINT - DURING A POST-FLIGHT INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE FOUND A BROKEN BOLT ON THE NR 4 WHEEL. FLIGHT CREW INDICATED ALL OPS WERENORMAL. BOLTS HAD 174 LANDINGS SINCE NDT. WHEEL WAS REPLACED AND AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO SERVICE. CYCLES, 174. 1995-11-13
N220FL GULSTM G1159 During INSP/MAINT - DURING A POST FLT INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE FOUND A BROKEN BOLT ON THE NR 2 MLG WHEEL. FLT CREW INDICATED THAT ALL OPS WERE NORMAL. WHEEL WAS REPLACED AND THE AIRCRAFT WAS RETURNED TO SERVICE. 1995-06-23
N220FL GULSTM G1159 During INSP/MAINT - DURING POST FLIGHT INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE FOUND TWO BOLTS BROKEN ON THE RT INBOARD WHEEL. THE FLIGHT CREW INDICATED THAT ALL OPERATIONS HAD BEEN NORMAL. THESE BOLTS HAD 357 LANDING SINCE NDT. 1995-02-10
N220FL GULSTM G1159 During INSP/MAINT - DURING CABIN ABOVE FLOOR INSPECTION, NR 3 LEFT CABIN WINDOW SHOWED SIGNS OF IN PLANE CRAZING. WINDOW WAS REPLACED WITHOVERHAULED UNIT. 1994-04-25
N220FL GULSTM G1159 During INSP/MAINT - ON ROUTINE INSPECTION OF RT AFT WING ATTACHMENT FITTING, DISCOVERED A .3125 INCH HILOCK HAD FAILED AT THE SECOND THREADON THE NUT END. THE ADJACENT HILOCKS WERE INTACT AND NO DISTRESS WAS EVIDENT. THE HILOCK WAS REPLACED AND THE AIRCRAFTRETURNED TO SERVICE. 1994-07-25

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