Aircraft Report for n543ba



Registration History for n543ba






N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N543BA BOMBARDIER INC CL-600-2B16 6061 GARY, IN Aircraft registered to BOEING CO, airworthiness date 2015-12-10, expiration date 2024-12-31, serial number 6061. 2021-09-02
N543BA BOMBARDIER INC CL-600-2B16 6061 GARY, IN Aircraft registered to BOEING CO, airworthiness date 2015-12-10, expiration date 2021-12-31, serial number 6061. 2018-10-15
N543BA BOMBARDIER INC CL-600-2B16 6061 GARY, IN Aircraft registered to BOEING CO, airworthiness date 2015-12-10, expiration date 2018-12-31, serial number 6061. 2017-07-19
N543BA BOMBARDIER INC CL-600-2B16 6061 GARY, IN Aircraft registered to BOEING CO, airworthiness date 2015-12-10, expiration date 2018-12-31, serial number 6061. 2015-12-18
N543BA BOEING 737-7AF 33826 , Aircraft registered to , airworthiness date 2007-08-28, serial number 33826. 2007-08-28

Service Difficulty Reports for n543ba



N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N543BA CNDAIR CL6002B16 During INSP/MAINT - WHEN PERFORMING A MAINTENANCE CHECK OF THE AIR TURBINE STARTER OIL LEVEL, FOUND THAT THE STARTER HAD ROTATED ON THE MOUNTING PAD AND THE SERVICING PORT WAS INACCESSIBLE. THE STARTER WAS REMOVED FOR INSPECTION AND THE ANTI-ROTATION, ALIGNMENT PIN WAS PUSHED FLUSH INTO THE HOUSING WHICH WOULD ALLOW THE STARTER TO EITHER ROTATE OR BE INSTALLED IN THE INCORRECT POSITION. INSTALLED A REPLACEMENT STARTER. 2019-04-24
N543BA CNDAIR CL6002B16 During TAXI/GRND HDL - THE REFUEL SHUTOFF VALVE STUCK OPEN. DURING REFUELING THE LEFT WING REFUEL/DEFUEL SHUT OFF VALVE FAILED TO CLOSE WHEN THE WING BECAME FULL AND FUEL CAME OUT OF THE VENT AND SPILLED ONTO THE RAMP. WHILE FUEL WAS BEING PUT ONBOARD THE PILOTTESTED THE HIGH LIMIT SHUT OFF AND ALL THE VALVES WORKED CORRECTLY. THE AIRCRAFT WAS BEING DEFUELED AND TECHS WERE ABLE TO CLOSE THE VALVE WITH THE HIGH LIMIT SWITCH. WE REFUELED TO FULL AND THE VALVE WORKED AS IT SHOULD HAVE. IT FAILEDONCE AND BEGAN WORKING NORMALLY AFTER. 2018-11-13

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