|N427QS||EMBRAER EXECUTIVE AIRCRAFT INC||EMB-505||50500484||OKLAHOMA CITY, OK||Aircraft registered to CUSACK ACQUISITION CO LLC, airworthiness date 2018-11-07, expiration date 2024-11-30, serial number 50500484.||2021-11-03|
|N427QS||EMBRAER EXECUTIVE AIRCRAFT INC||EMB-505||50500484||OKLAHOMA CITY, OK||Aircraft registered to CUSACK ACQUISITION CO LLC, airworthiness date 2018-11-07, expiration date 2023-09-30, serial number 50500484.||2020-09-25|
|N427QS||EMBRAER EXECUTIVE AIRCRAFT INC||EMB-505||50500484||OKLAHOMA CITY, OK||Aircraft registered to NETJETS SALES INC, airworthiness date 2018-11-07, expiration date 2022-10-31, serial number 50500484.||2019-10-16|
|N427QS||EMBRAER EXECUTIVE AIRCRAFT INC||EMB-505||50500484||OKLAHOMA CITY, OK||Aircraft registered to NETJETS SALES INC, airworthiness date 2018-11-07, expiration date 2021-12-31, serial number 50500484.||2018-12-27|
|N427QS||EMB||EMB110*||During TAKEOFF - BLEED AIR: ACRID BURNING RUBBER ODOR NOTED ON 2 CONSECUTIVE TAKEOFFS. ODOR IS STRONGEST AS T/O POWER IS APPLIED AND BEGINS TO DISSAPATE ON CLIMBOUT. // SIGNOFF// CHECKED OIL SIGHT GLASSES FOR SIGNS OF OVERSERVICING. R/H ENGINE OIL 1/4 QT LOW. RAN ENGINES AT IDLE. NO SMELL NOTED IN COCKPIT/CABIN. ATTEMPTED TO ISOLATE ECS TO ONE SIDE, STILL NO SIGN OF ABNORMALSMELL ALERTED MCC THAT ENGINES NEED TO BE DUPLICATED AT T/0 POWER, MCC ADVISED THAT THIS A/CHAS HAD A RECENT BIRD STRIKE EVENT, FOLLOWED BY A COMPRESSOR WASH, AND THE CONTROLLER BELIEVES THAT THE COMPRESSOR WASH FLUID IS THE CAUSE OF THE SMELL. SEVERAL T/0 POWER RUNS MAY BE NEEDED. AWAITING RUN CURFEW LIFT. REF. PHENOM 300 EMM FIM 72?00-01 AND AMM REF. 71?0||2022-09-02|
|N427QS||EMB||EMB505||During TAXI/GRND HDL - EMERGENCY LIGHTING: IN FLIGHT THE EMERGENCY LIGHTS WERE BLINKING ON AND OFF WITH SWITCH IN ARM POSITION. AFTER CYCLING THE EMER LIGHT SWITCH THE EMER LIGHTS REMAINED ON WITH SWITCH IN ARM POSITION. //SIGNOFF// GAINED ACCESS TO AND REMOVED AND REPLACED THE FWD AND AFT EMERGENCY LIGHT BATTERY PACKS WITH NEW PACKS, COMPLETED RESET OF G SWITCH, AND COMPLETED OPERATIONAL CHECKS WITH NO FAULTS. WORK DONE WITH REFERENCE TO EMB505 AMM 33-52-01||2022-08-18|
|N427QS||EMB||EMB505||During TAXI/GRND HDL - RIGHT MLG BRAKE: ON TAXI OUT RT MAIN BRAKE STARTED TO MAKE SHUTTER/GRINDING SOUND WHEN APPLYING ANY AMOUNT OF BRAKE PRESSURE. FELT LIKE THERE WAS NO BRAKE ON RIGHT SIDE. WAS NOT FELT WHILE MOVING WHEN BRAKES NOT APPLIED. NOISE AND SENSATION CAN BE HEARD AND FELT WHILE TAXING. RT MAIN BRAKE APPEARS TO BE VISUALLY OK SEEMS LIKE SOMETHING WITH BCU OR ANTISKIDSYSTEM. // SIGNOFF // COMPLIED WITH GVI OF MLG BRAKES. NO VISUAL DEFECTS NOTED AT THIS TIMIE COMPLIED WITH MLG BRAKE BLEEDING PROCEDURE. COMPLIED WITH TAXI CHECK. OP'S CHECK GOOD IAW PHENOM 300AMM TASK 32-40-00-870-801?A. NO SHUTTER/ GRINDING OR NOISES NOTICE AT THIS TIME,||2022-03-28|
|N427QS||EMB||EMB505||During TAXI/GRND HDL - RIGHT MLG BRAKE: DURING TAXI OUT, THE RIGHT, MAIN BRAKE INTERMITTENTLY FAILED. APPLYING THE BRAKES RESULTED IN A GRINDING SOUND AND IT FAILED TO ENGAGE FULLY. THE AIRCRAFT HAD TO BE STOPPED WITH THE LEFT BRAKE ONLY. //SIGN OFF // VERIFIED SEVERAL WHEEL SPEED TRANSDUCES FAILS ( RH SIDE) IN CMC HISTORY. REPLACED WITH A REPAIRED UNIT THE RH WHEEL SPEED TRANSDUCER OPERATIONAL TEST CHECKED GOOD IAW PHENON AMM 32-41-06 PERFORMKED SATISFACTORY OPERATIONAL TEST OF BRAKING SYSTEM VIAENGINE RUN & TAXI IAW PHENON AFM NO DEFECTS NOTED||2021-08-04|
|N427QS||EMB||EMB505||During INSP/MAINT - DURING ACCOMPLISHMENT OF EMBRAER SERVICE BULLETIN 505-55-0004 REV 01 (DATED 06/24/2020) WE NOTED THE FOLLOWING MASS BALANCE WEIGHT BELOW TOLERANCE AT LEFT ELEVATOR: HORN MASS WEIGHT PART NUMBER PE915109-L42 (1 EACH BELOW MINIMUM OF 1095G).WEIGHT HAS BEEN REPLACED WITH A NEW MASS WEIGHT AND THE ELEVATOR BALANCING WAS PERFORMED WITH NO FURTHER DEFECTS NOTED.THE ELEVATOR WAS RE-IDENTIFIED TO PART NUMBER 505-11082-603 AS PER SERVICE BULLETIN INSTRUCTIONS. WE ALSO NOTED THE FOLLOWING RIGHT ELEVATOR MASS BALANCE WEIGHT BELOW TOLERANCE: HORN MASS WEIGHT PART NUMBER PE915109-L42 (1 EACH BELOW MINIMUMOF 1095G). WEIGHTS HAS BEEN REPLACED WITH A NEW MASS WEIGHT AND THE ELEVATOR BALANCING WAS PERFORMED WITH NO FURTHER DE||2021-05-20|
|N427QS||EMB||EMB505||During TAXI/GRND HDL - MAIN DOOR HANDLE - MAIN CABIN DOOR EXTERIOR HANDLE KEEPS BINDING UP REQUIRING ABNORMALLY HIGH FORCE TO OPEN THE DOOR FROM THE OUTSIDE. THE INTERIOR HANDLE OPENS THE CABIN DOOR WITH NORMAL PRESSURE.///SIGN-OFF///LUBED MAIN DOOR LATCH PINSJAW EMB 505 AMM 52?11-21. OPERATIONAL CHECKS NORMAL.||2020-03-25|
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The Service Difficulty Reports (SDR) dataset is defined as "[t]he reports submitted by certificate holders and certificated repair stations, known as service difficulty reports (SDR's), provide the FAA with airworthiness statistical data necessary for planning, directing, controlling, and evaluating certain assigned safety-related programs." This data is, in its raw form, a tab-delimited file with encoded field headers.
The FAA Registration dataset is fairly straightforward - it is a listing of current registrations (along with addresses, aircraft serial number, and other basic metadata) at any point in time. The registration data is a comma delimited file that has named fields at the top of each file. The FAA provides historical data on their site for the previous few years.
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