Aircraft Report for n40cu



Registration History for n40cu





N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N40CU BOEING CH-47D 89-0169 ARCADIA, CA Aircraft registered to UC HELITANKER 1 LLC, airworthiness date 2020-06-29, expiration date 2025-07-31, serial number 89-0169. 2022-07-19
N40CU BOEING CH-47D 89-0169 CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA Aircraft registered to UC HELITANKER 1 LLC, airworthiness date 2020-06-29, expiration date 2022-07-31, serial number 89-0169. 2020-12-07
N40CU BOEING CH-47D 89-0169 CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA Aircraft registered to UC HELITANKER 1 LLC, airworthiness date 2019-06-17, expiration date 2022-07-31, serial number 89-0169. 2019-07-31
N40CU CIRRUS DESIGN CORP SR20 2107 DULUTH, MN Aircraft registered to CIRRUS DESIGN CORP, airworthiness date 2011-09-07, serial number 2107. 2011-09-26

Service Difficulty Reports for n40cu



N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N40CU BOEING 737 During INSP/MAINT - #2 ENGINE FILTER BOWL CRACKED. FOUND DURING AIRCRAFT SHUTDOWN. OIL LEAKING FROM FACE OF OIL FILTER BOWL. AIRCRAFT CYCLES, FILTER HOUSING TT, TC, TS_ AND ENGINE TC AND TS_ ARE ALL UNK. FORM WOULD NOT LET ME PUT UNK. 2022-07-26
N40CU BOEING 100BOEING During UNKNOWN - MAIN ROTOR HUB PN: 145R2004-20, SN: A5-223 WAS REMOVED FROM N40CU AT 8721.8 TAFT FOR OVERHAUL. DURING PRELIMINARY STEPSFOR DISASSEMBLY, WHILE DRAINING AND REMOVING ALL THE SAFETY WIRE FROM THE GREEN HORIZONTAL HINGE PIN AND OIL HUB FILL CAP, TOP HALF OF HORIZONTAL HINGE PIN SHAFT BOLT (PN: 1142201-2) HEAD SEPARATED FROM BOLT. PRIOR TO REMOVAL OF SAFETY WIRE, BOLT HEAD WAS HELD IN PLACE BY SAFETY WIRE AND SEALANT. THE REMAINING BOLT APPEARS TO BE HELD IN POSITION BY THE WASHER AND REMAINING BOLT HEAD MATERIAL. THERE APPEARS TO BE CORROSION ON 2 AREAS OF THE SHEARED MATERIAL WITH SOME DISCOLORATION FROM THE CAD PLATING PROCESS. 2022-03-07

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