Aircraft Report for n27ra



Registration History for n27ra




N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N27RA BEECH 1900C UB-37 LAYTON, UT Aircraft registered to DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE, airworthiness date 1985-09-27, serial number UB-37. 2008-08-19
N27RA BEECH 1900C UB-37 LAYTON, UT Aircraft registered to DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE, airworthiness date 1985-09-27, expiration date 2012-03-31, serial number UB-37. 2008-08-19
N27RA BEECH 1900C UB-37 LAYTON, UT Aircraft registered to DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE, airworthiness date 1985-09-27, expiration date 2012-03-31, serial number UB-37. 2008-08-19

Service Difficulty Reports for n27ra












N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N27RA BEECH 1900C During CLIMB - AFTER TAKEOFF PILOT REPORTED RIGHT ENGINE FIRE WARNING LIGHT ILLUMINATED. ENGINE WAS SHUTDOWN, NO INDICATION OF FIRE WASNOTED. AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO POINT OF DEPARTURE AND LANDED WITHOUT INCIDENT. MAINTENANCE DISCLOSED A SHORTED FIRE DETECTOR LOOP FOR THE RIGHT ENGINE POWER SECTION. THE LOOP WAS REPLACED AND AIRCRAFT APPROVED FOR RETURN TO SERVICE. 1986-11-04
N27RA BEECH 1900C During TAXI/GRND HDL - NOSE GEAR STEERING FAILED TO FUNCTION PROPERLY AFTER LANDING. FND NLG STEERING ACTUATOR INOP AND LUBE INADEQUATE. 1985-05-12
N27RA BEECH 1900C During TAKEOFF - ABORTED T-O DUE TO LT FUEL PRESS LIGHT. CLEANED MAIN FUEL FILTER. 1985-02-12
N27RA BEECH 1900C During TAKEOFF - LT FUEL PRESS LIGHT ON. MAIN FUEL FILTER PARTIALLY BLOCKED WITH DEBRIS FROM FUEL TANK. CLEANED FILTER. 1985-02-12
N27RA DHAV DHC6300 During INSP/MAINT - HOT SECTION INSPECTION FOUND WEAR BETWEEN BEARING COVER AND SNAP RING SECURING S AME. 1979-05-04
N27RA DHAV DHC6/ During CRUISE - RT ENG FLAMED OUT IN CRUISE FLT FOUND FHEL PUMP DRIVE COUPLING FAILED REPLACED A D 80-08-12 NOT DUE 1980-08-22
N27RA DHAV DHC6/ During CRUISE - CREW NOTED FUEL ODOR IN COCKPIT FOUND FUEL CAP LEAKING 1980-11-20
N27RA DHAV DHC6300 During CRUISE - LT ENG FAILED IN FLT FOUND TURBINE BLADE FAILED. 1982-04-14
N27RA DHAV DHC6300 During CRUISE - AIRCONDITIONER MOTOR BRACKET CRACKED CAUSING BELTS TO SLIP. 1983-07-14
N27RA BEECH 1900C During TAXI/GRND HDL - NUMBER 4 TIRE WENT FLAT ON TAXI FROM DFW GATE, REPLACED TIRE AND WHEEL ASSY, AIRCRAFT RELEASED FOR SERVICE. THIS PARTICULAR TYPE OF TIRE HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM CARRIERS FLEET. TIRE WAS THE ORIGINAL UNIT DELIVERED WITH THE AIRCRAFT FROM THE MANUFACTURER. 1985-12-16
N27RA BEECH 1900C During INSP/MAINT - THE LEFT AND RIGHT WING-TO-FUSELAGE FAIRING WAS FOUND TO BE CHAFING ON THE WING LEADING EDGE SKIN. THE DAMAGE WAS REPAIRED, ANTI-CHAFE STRIPS WERE APPLIED PER BEECH MAIGRAM AND THE AIRCRAFT APPROVED FOR RETURN TO SERVICE. 1987-02-27

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