Aircraft Report for n451ga



Registration History for n451ga









N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N451GA GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-IV 1221 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to GULFSTREAM 451 LLC, airworthiness date 1993-06-15, expiration date 2025-01-31, serial number 1221. 2022-01-03
N451GA GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-IV 1221 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to GULFSTREAM N451GA LLC, airworthiness date 1993-06-15, expiration date 2023-10-31, serial number 1221. 2021-03-03
N451GA GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-IV 1221 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to GULFSTREAM N451GA LLC, airworthiness date 1993-06-15, expiration date 2023-10-31, serial number 1221. 2020-10-01
N451GA GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-IV 1221 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to GULSTREAM GIV-1221 LLC, airworthiness date 1993-06-15, expiration date 2022-09-30, serial number 1221. 2019-09-19
N451GA GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-IV 1221 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 1993-06-15, expiration date 2019-12-31, serial number 1221. 2016-07-28
N451GA GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-IV 1221 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 1993-06-15, expiration date 2019-12-31, serial number 1221. 2016-07-28
N451GA GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-IV 1221 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 1993-06-15, expiration date 2016-12-31, serial number 1221. 2013-07-30
N451GA GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE G-IV 1221 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 1993-06-15, expiration date 2013-12-31, serial number 1221. 2010-12-21

Service Difficulty Reports for n451ga













N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N451GA GULSTM GIV During CRUISE - OPERATOR NOTIFIED THAT THE ABOVE ACFT HAD BEEN RECORDED 200' LOW ON A RVSM HEIGHT MONITORING STA. A COMPLETE 91.411 AND91.413 CHECK WAS COMPLETED WITH NO FAULT FOUND. ALL SYS SHOWED NO SIGNIFICANT ERRORS OR LEAKAGE. IT WAS LATER DISCOVERED THAT DURING THE PITOT STATIC CHECKS THAT THE TECH ONLY PLUMBED THE TEST EQUIPMENT INTO THE LT SIDE STATIC PORTS. THISACFT HAS 2 STATIC PORTS FOR EACH AIR-DATA COMPUTER, PILOTS LT & RT AS WELL AS COPILOTS LT & RT. WHEN EACH PORT WAS CHECKED INDIVIDUALLY THE PILOT?S RT STATIC PORT WAS FOUND TO BE BLOCKED BY WHAT APPEARED TO BE MUD OR BUG DEBRIS. THIS CONDITION WOULD CAUSE A STATIC PRESSURE IMBALANCE CAUSING AN ALTITUDE ERROR. THE STATIC PORT WAS PURGED AND CLEARED AND THE A 2010-09-07
N451GA GULSTM GIV During INSP/MAINT - THE CREW REPORTED THAT THE AIRCRAFT WAS DIFFICULT TO COOL AFTER BEING HEAT SOAKED. TECHNICIANS UPON TROUBLESHOOTING FOUND VERY LOW AIRFLOW FROM THE LEFT AND RIGHT FLOOR DISTRIBUTION DUCTS. USING A BOROSCOPE AND HAND MIRRORS IT WAS DETERMINED THAT THE AIR HOLES IN THE DISTRIBUTION DUCTS WERE CLOGGED WITH A FOAM MATERIAL. THE DUCTS WERE REMOVED AND LARGE AMOUNTS OF FOAM MATERIAL HAD TO BE REMOVED. THE SOURCE WAS DETERMINED TO BE THE CABIN AIR SILENCER GAC P/N 1159AC20113-1. INTERNAL BAFFLING FOAM HAD DETERIORATED AND THE FOAM TRAVELED ALONG THE AIR DISTRIBUTION DUCTS IN THE CABIN CLOGGING THE OUTPUT HOLES. THIS IS A KNOWN ISSUE WITH THIS SILENCER. CLEANING THE DUCTS AND REPLACING THE CABIN SILENCER RETURNED THE S 2009-09-21
N451GA CVAC 24052 During CLIMB - GRR-KHA - FLIGHT 451 - FIVE MINUTES AFTER TAKEOFF, NR 1 B-LOOP FIRE WARNING CAME ON. VISUAL CHECK OF ENGINE INDICATEDNO FIRE. ALL OTHER INDICATIONS NORMAL, AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO GRR. INSPECTIONS REVEALED SHORTED FIRE DETECTOR RELAY BOX.REMOVED AND REPLACED RELAY BOX, OPS CHECKED OK. 1991-10-06
N451GA CVAC 24052 During CLIMB - YIP-ELP - FLIGHT KHA451 - FIVE MINUTES AFTER TAKEOFF, NR 2 ENGINE BEGAN LOSING OIL QUANTITY. ENGINE WAS SHUT DOWN AND AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO YIP. INSPECTION REVEALED A FAILED NOSE CASE SCAVENGER PUMP AND MAIN OIL SCREEN CONTAMINATED WITH METAL. 1991-09-08
N451GA CVAC 24052 During INSP/MAINT - DURING C-CHECK, A 2 INCH CRACK WAS FOUND AT THE TOP END OF A VERTICAL STIFFENER ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE NOSE LANDING GEARBOX BEAM, AT FS 42. THE STIFFENER WAS REPAIRED IAW CONVAIR T-29 SRM AND CONVAIR REPORT GDC-DFA-67-00 FIGURES 5 TO 9. 1991-09-08
N451GA CVAC 24052 During INSP/MAINT - DURING C-CHECK, A 1 INCH CRACK WAS FOUND AT THE TOP END OF A VERTICAL STIFFENER ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE NOSE LANDING GEARBOX BEAM, AT FS 58. THE STIFFENER WAS REPAIRED IAW CONVAIR T-29 SRM AND CONVAIR REPORT GDC-DFA-67-00 FIGURE 5 TO FIGURE 9. 1991-08-08
N451GA CVAC 240* During CRUISE - SBN - AFTER DEPARTING DTW, CREW NOTED LOSS OF 8 TO 10 GALLONS OF OIL. AIRCRAFT DIVERTED TO SNB AND LANDED WITHOUT INCIDENT. MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL FOUND THE OIL TRANSFER PLUG IN THE NOSE CASE LEAKING. MAINTENANCE REPLACED NOSE CASE ASSEMBLY WITH PWA MODIFIED TRANSFER PLUG ASSEMBLY. 1989-05-06
N451GA CVAC 24052 During CLIMB - DTW - FLIGHT 216 - AFTER TAKEOFF, PILOT NOTED NR 1 ENGINE OIL PRESSURE LIGHT CAME ON. PRESSURE WENT TO ZERO AND OIL QUANTITY WAS GOING DOWN. SHUT NR 1 ENGINE DOWN AND RETURNED TO DTW. WHILE INVESTIGATING, FOUND THAT THE OIL LINE BETWEENOIL COOLER REGULATOR AND ENGINE WAS SPLIT. REPLACED OIL LINE, SERVICE OIL, RUN CHECKED OK, AND RETURNED AIRCRAFT TO SERVICE. 1989-05-06
N451GA CVAC 24052 During CRUISE - CLE - FLIGHT NR 732 TO CLE. NR 2 ENGINE, IN CRUISE, OIL PRESSURE DROPPED TO 45 PSI, OIL PRESSURE LOW, LIGHT CAME ON. OIL TEMPERATURE 100 DEGREES ENGINE SHUTDOWN. LANDED CLE WITHOUT FURTHER INCIDENT. MAIN BEARING FAILURE SUSPECTED. CORRECTIVE ACTION - REMOVED AND REPLACED NR 2 ENGINE, REOILED. GROUND RUNUP CHECK OK. AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO SERVICE WITHOUTFURTHER INCIDENT. 1986-06-16
N451GA CVAC 24052 During CLIMB - ORF--NR 2 ENGINE AUG OVERHEAT BELL CAME ON AT CLIMB POWER. REDUCE POWER BELL WENT OFF. RETURNED TO ORF. LANDED WITHOUT FURTHER INCIDENT. CORRECTIVE ACTION--REMOVED AND REPLACED BOLTS, NUTS, WASHER AT 11 AND 13 CYLINDER SHORT STACKS. 1986-12-15
N451GA CVAC 24052 During LANDING - DAY - FLIGHT 925 - TRI TO DAY - ON LANDING, NR 1 ENGINE FIRE WARNING B-LOOP STAYED ON. ENGINE WAS SHUT DOWN, NO FIRE BOTTLE WAS DISCHARGED. MAINTENANCE FOUND WATER IN EDISON BOX, REMOVED, CLEANED, AND DRIED OUT. REINSTALLED EDISON BOX.GROUND OPS CHECKED GOOD. AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO SERVICE. 1987-06-29
N451GA CVAC 24052 During CRUISE - DAY - FLIGHT 216 - FROM DTW TO CVG, NR 2 ENGINE STARTED RUNNING ROUGH AND BACKFIRED FOR 5-10 SECONDS. SHUT DOWN ENGINEAND LANDED AIRCRAFT AT DAYTON WITHOUT INCIDENT. REPLACED NR 18 CYLINDER ON NR 2 ENGINE. RUN CHECKED OK. RETURNED AIRCRAFT TO SERVICE. 1989-06-19

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