Aircraft Report for n66ut



Registration History for n66ut






N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N66UT RYAN NAVION A NAV-4-2013 FREEPORT, FL Aircraft registered to FLIGHT LEVEL ENGINEERING LLC, airworthiness date 2014-12-22, expiration date 2024-03-31, serial number NAV-4-2013. 2020-10-19
N66UT RYAN NAVION A NAV-4-2013 FREEPORT, FL Aircraft registered to FLIGHT LEVEL ENGINEERING LLC, airworthiness date 2014-12-22, expiration date 2021-03-31, serial number NAV-4-2013. 2017-12-28
N66UT RYAN NAVION A NAV-4-2013 FREEPORT, FL Aircraft registered to FLIGHT LEVEL ENGINEERING LLC, airworthiness date 2014-12-22, expiration date 2018-03-31, serial number NAV-4-2013. 2015-03-30
N66UT RYAN NAVION A NAV-4-2013 FREEPORT, FL Aircraft registered to THOMAS RICHARD T, airworthiness date 1989-06-30, expiration date 2017-12-31, serial number NAV-4-2013. 2014-12-08
N66UT RYAN NAVION A NAV-4-2013 TULLAHOMA, TN Aircraft registered to UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE SPACE INSTITUTE, airworthiness date 1989-06-30, expiration date 2013-12-31, serial number NAV-4-2013. 2008-04-15

Service Difficulty Reports for n66ut




N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N66UT BELL 222 During CRUISE - IN FLIGHT NR 1 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM. LIGHT CAME ON WITH DROP IN SYSTEM PRESSURE. SYSTEM TURNED OFF, LANDED WITHOUT FURTHERPROBLEMS. INSPECTION FOUND RUPTURED HOSE. 1987-11-02
N66UT BELL 222 During LANDING - AFTER LANDING AT HELOSTOP ENIGINE AT FLIGHT IDLE RED ENG 1 CHIP LIGHT ILLUMINATED. ENGINES SHUT DOWN INSPECT OF NR 3 BEARING MONITOR FOUND 1 SMALL METAL CHIP. COMPLY WITH AD 87-10-10 ON ENGINE DISASSEMBLY FOUND .25 X .25 INCH CHIP OUT OFFACE OF SEAL RUNNER. NR 3 BEARING HAD LOST PINCH OUTER RACE HAD LIGHT FRETTING NR 3 SEAL RUNER HAD LIGHT FRETTING NR 3 BEARING HAD VERY MINOR ROUGHNESS ON THRUST LOAD THE EXAMINATION OF PT WHEEL FOUND IRREGULARITIES IN LEADING EDGE OF 5 OFTHE BLADES. PT ROTOR RETURNED TO NTSB FOR FURTHER INVESTIGATION. 1987-07-15
N66UT BELL 222 During LANDING - AFTER LANDING AT HELOSTOP ENGINE AT FLIGHT IDLE RED ENG 1 CHIP LIGHT ILLUMIATED. ENGINES SHUT DOWN INSPECT OF NR 3 BEARING MONITOR FOUND 1 SMALL METAL CHIP. COMPLY WITH AD 87-10-10 ON ENGINE DISASSEMBLY FOUND .25 X.25 INCH CHIP OUT OF FACE OF SEAL RUNNER. NR 3 BEARING HAD LOST PINCH OUTER RACE HAD LIGHT FRETTNG NR 3 SEAL RUNNER HAD LIGHT FRETTING NR 3 BEARING HAD VERY MINOR ROUGHNESS ON THRUST LOAD THE EXAMINATION OF PT WHEEL FOUND IRREGULARITIES IN LEADING EDGE OF 5 OF THE BLADES. PT ROTOR RETURNED TO NTSB FOR FURTHER INVESTIGATION. 1987-07-15

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