Aircraft Report for n334aa



Registration History for n334aa


N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N334AA BOEING 767-223 22332 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 1987-04-10, serial number 22332. 2000-01-06

Accident History for n334aa



N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N334AA BOEING 767 NEW YORK, NY (-23) AIRPORT SCREENING SECURITY. 2001-09-11
N334AA BOEING 767223 CHICAGO, IL FLIGHT ATTENDANT BECAME ILL EN ROUTE. RECEIVED MEDICAL ATTENTION ON BOARD. TAKEN TO HOSPITAL. 1993-08-30

Service Difficulty Reports for n334aa






























N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - DURING OVERNIGHT MAINTENANCE, EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT AT SEAT 24A/B LOOSE CONNECTION. REPAIRED EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHTSPLICE AT SEAT 24A/B. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKED NORMAL OPERATION. (M) 2001-04-26
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - DURING OVERNIGHT MAINTENANCE, EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT AT L2 DOOR INOPERATIVE. REPLACED EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT CONNECTOR AT SIDE WALL. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKED NORMAL OPERATION. (M) 2001-04-26
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - DURING OVERNIGHT MAINTENANCE, EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT AT SEAT 36B BROKEN WIRES. REPAIRED EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT WIRESAT SEAT 36B. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKED NORMAL OPERATION. (M) 2001-04-26
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - DURING OVERNIGHT MAINTENANCE, EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT AT SEAT 24A LOOSE CONNECTION. REPLACED EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT SPLICE AT SEAT 24A. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKED NORMAL OPERATION. (M) 2001-04-26
N334AA BOEING 767223 During NOT REPORTED - BOS- FLT 0012 - DURING FLIGHT, ENGINE EXHAUST NOZZLE DEPARTED AIRCRAFT. DAMAGED FLAP, AILERON AND HORIZONTAL STABILIZER. REPLACED ENGINE. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKED, NORMAL OPERATION. ENGINE FAILURE UNDER INVESTIGATION. (X) 2000-06-05
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - DURING OVERNIGHT MAINTENANCE EMERGENCY OVERHEAD LIGHT AT SEAT 37D INOPERATIVE. REPAIRED WIRE ON EMERGENCY OVERHEAD LIGHT AT SEAT 37D. SYSTEM GROUND CHECK NORMAL OPERATION. (M) 2000-04-25
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - LAX - DURNG OVERNIGHT MAINTENANCE, EMERGENCY EXIT ESCAPE PATH LIGHTING AT SEAT 36B INOPERATIVE. REPAIRED BROKEN WIRE ATSEAT 36B. SYSTEM GROUND CHECK NORMAL OPERATION. (M) 2000-04-25
N334AA BOEING 767223 During CLIMB - SJU - FLT 678 - DURING CLIMB THROUGH 6000 FEET, FLIGHT ATTENDANT REPORTE A BURNING SMELL AROUND ROW 22 ON RIGHT SIDE OFA/C. RETURNED AND LANDED SJU. INSPECTED A/C CABIN INTERIOR NO BURNING SMELL NOTED. OPENED BOTH AIRCONDITIONING UNITSACCESS DOORS INSPECTED AREA VISUALLY NO DEFECTS NOTED. TAXIED A/C TO RAMP AND ACCOMPLISHED HIGH POWER RUN-UP WITH ENGINE BLEED ON, UNABLE TO IDENTIFY ANY BURNING SMELL. ALL ENGINE AND LEFT PACK INDICATIONS WERE NORMAL. THE RIGHT PACK ISINOPERATIVE AS PER MEL 21-15B AND PIREP NR 33. (M) 2000-04-25
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - DURING OVERNIGHT MAINTENANCE, EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT AT PAX SEAT 20 HJ INOPERATIVE. RESEATED LOOSE EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT CONNECTOR AT PAX SEAT 20 HJ. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKED NORMAL OPERATION. (M) 1998-04-17
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - ORD - DURING OVERNIGHT CHECK, EMERGENCY EXIT CEILING LIGHTS ON RT SIDE AFT CABIN DISCOVERED INOPERATIVE. RE-SECURED EMERGENCY EXIT CEILING LIGHT CONNECTOR IN RIGHT SIDE AFT CABIN. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKED, NORMAL OPERATION. (X) 1998-02-19
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - ORD - DURING OVERNIGHT CHECK, FOUND EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHTS AT PASSENGER SEATS 23B AND 36B INOPERABLE. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKED NORMAL OPERATION. (X) 1997-11-06
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - AFW - FOUND AND BLENDED OUT CORROSION ON THE UPPER SURFACE OF THE MAIN CABIN FLOOR BEAM. THE BLEND-OUT EXCEEDED SRM MAXIMUM LIMITS. ALODINED BLEND-OUT. FABRICATED AND INSTALLED STRAP USING .050 INCH 1/2 HARD 301 STAINLESS STEEL. PRIMEDAND FILLED BLEND-OUT. APPROVED BY ENGINEERING PER MRB 767-1461. TST: 42,812.00 HOURS. CYCLES: 8,763. (X) 1997-10-02
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - AFW - WHILE IN FOR MBV, MAINTENANCE FOUND AND BLENDED OUT TWO AREAS OF CORROSION ON THE UPPER SURFACE OF INNER CHORD OFTHE AFT CARGO DOOR LOWER MAIN SILL. REFINISH THE BLENDED AREAS PER REF 'D' SRM. SECTION. TST: 42,812 HOURS. CYCLES:8,763. (X) 1997-10-02
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - AFW - FOUND AND BLENDED OUT CORROSION ON THE UPPER SURFACE OF THE MAIN CABIN FLOOR BEAM IN VARIOUS LOCATIONS. THE BLEND-OUTS EXCEED SRM MAXIMUM LIMITS. AT EACH AREA THE FOLLOWING WAS ACCOMPLISHED: ALODINED BLEND-OUTS. FABRICATED AND INSTALLED REPAIR STRAPS USING .050 INCH 301 1/2 HARD STAINLESS STEEL. PRIMED AND FILLED AREAS ACCOMPLISHED PER ENGINEERINGINSTRUCTIONS PER MRB 767-1462. TST: 42,812.00 HOURS. CYCLES: 8,763. (X) 1997-10-02
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - AFW - WHILE IN FOR MBV, MAINTENANCE FOUND CORROSION BLENDED BEYOND SRM LIMITS OF THE UPPER FLANGE OF THE SEAT TRACK AT STA 340 LBL 20. CUT THE LIPS OFF TRACK, REFINISHED CUT EDGE, AND BLENDED OUT PER SRM 53-00-52-101. TST: 42,812 HOURS.CYCLES: 8,763. (X) 1997-10-02
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - AFW - T-CHORD AT LOWER SILL AT RT AFT SERVICE DOOR HAS CORROSION. REFINISHED, BLENDED AREAS PER REF 'C' SRM. ANY VOIDSSHOULD BE FILLED WITH SEALANT. TST: 42,812 HOURS. CYCLES: 8,763. (X) 1997-10-02
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - DURING OVERNIGHT CHECK, EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT AT PASSENGER SEAT 4B FOUND INOPERATIVE. RESECURED LOOSE EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT CONNECTOR AT PASSENGER SEAT 4B. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKED, NORMAL OPERATION. (X) 1995-12-22
N334AA BOEING 767223 During CRUISE - MIA-SFO - FLT 357 - DURING CRUISE, EMERGENCY FLOOR LIGHTS ILLUMINATED THROUGHOUT CABIN FOR APPROXIMATELY 3 MINUTES AND THEN EXTINGUISHED. ACFT PROCEEDED TO SFO WITH NO FURTHER ILLUMINATIONS. ACCOMPLISHED CHECK OF EMERGENCY FLOOR LIGHT SYSTEM WITH NO DEFECTS FOUND. UNABLE TO DUPLICATE PROBLEM. ACFT RETURNED TO SERVICE. (W) 1995-03-24
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - DURING OVERNIGHT CHECK, EMERGENCY FLOOR LIGHTING AT FWD GALLEY INOPERATIVE. REPAIRED EMERGENCY FLOOR LIGHT WIRINGAT FWD GALLEY. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKS NORMAL OPERATION. (Z) 1994-04-11
N334AA BOEING 767223 During APPROACH - MIA - FLT 0904 - ON DESCENT, LT IDG LIGHT STARTED FLICKERING. REPLACED LT IDG AND REPAIRED FEEDER HARNESS ACCOMP REQ CK, ALL NORMAL. 1992-12-11
N334AA BOEING 767223 During CRUISE - LHR - FLT 0041 - BOTH FMC FAILURE, AIR INTERRUPT, DIVERTED LHR. REPLACED LT FMC AND CROSS LOADED FROM KNOWN GOOD DATA BASE. 1992-12-11
N334AA BOEING 767223 During TAKEOFF - MIA - FLIGHT T0056 - WHEN TAKEOFF POWER APPLIED, RIGHT GENERATOR DRIVE WARNING ILLUMINATED ON UPPER EICAS. TAKEOFF ABORTED AND AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO GATE. TROUBLESHOT GPCU AND SERVICED RIGHT IDG DUE LOW OIL PRESSURE. AIRCRAFT DEPARTED MIA. SHORTLY AFTER TAKEOFF, RIGHT IDG DRIVE LIGHT ILLUMINATED STEADY FOLLOWED BY RIGHT GENERATOR DRIVE MESSAGE ON UPPER EICAS. DISCONNECTED RIGHT GENERATOR DRIVE PER QUARTERLY HOUR CHECK LIST AND AIRCRAFT RETURNED MIA, LANDING WITHOUT INCIDENT. REPLACED RIGHT IDG. LEAK AND GROUND CHECKS NORMAL OPERATION. NOTE, EXTENDED RANGE EVENT REPORT. 1990-10-22
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - DURING OVERNIGHT CHECK, EMERGENCY FLOOR LIGHTS AT RIGHT MID GALLEY INOPERATIVE. REPLACED MID GALLEY FLOOR STRIP LIGHT ASSEMBLY. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKED NORMAL OPERATION. 1993-07-15
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - DURING OVERNIGHT CHECK, EMERGENCY FLOOR LIGHTING AT PAX SEAT ROW 8H INOPERATIVE. REPAIRED EMERGENCY FLOOR LIGHT STRIP AT ROW 8H. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKS NORMAL OPERATION. (Z) 1994-03-17
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - DURING OVERNIGHT CHECK, EMERGENCY FLOOR LIGHTING AT FWD GALLEY CROSS AISLE INOPERATIVE. REPAIRED EMERGENCY FLOORLIGHTING WIRING AT FWD GALLEY CROSS AISLE. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKS NORMAL OPERATION. (Z) 1994-05-23
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - LEFT EMERGENCY EXIT FLOOR PATH LIGHTS INOPERATIVE. REPLACED CROSS AISLE EMERGENCY EXIT FLOOR PATH LIGHT STRIP. SYSTEM GROUND CHECKS NORMAL OPERATION. (Z) 1994-07-25
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - BOS - REPLACED APU FOR AUTO SHUTDOWN AND NO RESTART. (PREMATURE REMOVAL). S/D - FOUND COOLING FAN SEAL LEAKING, CAUSING CONTAMINANT BUILD UP IN THE OIL COOLER, RESULTING IN HOT SHUTDOWN. REPLACED SEAL. 1988-07-29
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - SFO - FLIGHT TO059 - APU FAILED TO START ON GROUND AFTER MANY ATTEMPTS. REPLACED APU. S/D - IGNITION UNIT FAILED DUE TO EXCESSIVE HEAT. 1989-06-23
N334AA BOEING 767223 During INSP/MAINT - LAS - FLIGHT TO928 - LEFT EMERGENCY ESCAPE SLIDE SQUIB WOULD NOT TEST ON ORIGINATION PREFLIGHT. RESEATED K-3 RELAY AT LEFT OVERWING RELAY PANEL, GROUND CHECKS GOOD. 1989-09-15

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