Aircraft Report for n307el



Registration History for n307el


N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N307EL GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE CORP GVII-G500 72045 INDIANAPOLIS, IN Aircraft registered to ELI LILLY AND COMPANY, airworthiness date 2019-10-17, expiration date 2023-05-31, serial number 72045. 2020-05-29

Service Difficulty Reports for n307el







N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N307EL GULSTM G159 During INSP/MAINT - PUSHROD WAS CORRODED FROM INSIDE OUT, ABOUT MID-WAY DOWN LENGTH OF PUSHROD. CAUSED BY LACK OF CORROSION PROTECTION ON INSIDE OF PUSHROD. FOUND WHEN PUSHROD WAS REMOVED FROM C/W NEW NDT INSPECTION REQUIREMENT. ON VISUAL INSPECTION, FOUND.1250 INCH DIAMETER HOLE ON PUSHROD. HOLE WAS NOT VISIBLE FROM INSPECTING PANEL OR AILERON GAP. SUBMITTER RECOMMENDS AFTER C/W NDT INSPECTION, PUSHROD SHOULD BE FILLED WITH LPS-3 OR OTHER CORROSION INHIBITOR, AND DETAILED INSPECTION DURING WING INSPECTION. 1995-12-15
N307EL GULSTM G159 During INSP/MAINT - NOSE GEAR DRAG BRACE DOOR ROD BROKEN. 1983-12-09
N307EL GULSTM G159 During APPROACH - LINE FROM RT SIDE HYD PUMP TO FILTER RUPTURED AND LOST FLUID. 1983-12-09
N307EL GULSTM G159 During INSP/MAINT - WHEEL WAS DISCOVERED TO BE SEPARATING AT INBD FLANGE AT GROOVE WHERE BRAKE KEYWA Y ARE LOCATED.DISMANTLE FOR TIRE CH 1974-08-11
N307EL GULSTM G159 During INSP/MAINT - DURING GEAR SWING, NOTED NLG COCKED OFF CENTER. FOUND UPPER AND LWR CENTER CAMS CRACKED + WORN. CAM KEYS CHIPPED. 1983-01-26
N307EL GULSTM G159 During INSP/MAINT - FLUID WATER LEAKING AT SEAM AROUND TOP OF CELL. WATER WAS PRESENT IN CASE AROUND THE CELL AND IN THE BOTTOM OF CASE 1974-07-17

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