Aircraft Report for n721af



Registration History for n721af











N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N721AF PILATUS AIRCRAFT LTD PC-12/47E 1721 PORTSMOUTH, NH Aircraft registered to AVIATION 17 LLC, airworthiness date 2017-07-17, expiration date 2025-04-30, serial number 1721. 2022-04-08
N721AF PILATUS AIRCRAFT LTD PC-12/47E 1721 PORTSMOUTH, NH Aircraft registered to AVIATION17 LLC, airworthiness date 2017-07-17, expiration date 2025-02-28, serial number 1721. 2022-02-09
N721AF PILATUS AIRCRAFT LTD PC-12/47E 1721 PORTSMOUTH, NH Aircraft registered to AVIATION17 LLC, airworthiness date 2017-07-17, expiration date 2024-12-31, serial number 1721. 2021-12-15
N721AF PILATUS AIRCRAFT LTD PC-12/47E 1721 PORTSMOUTH, NH Aircraft registered to AVIATION17 LLC, airworthiness date 2017-07-17, expiration date 2024-07-31, serial number 1721. 2021-07-06
N721AF PILATUS AIRCRAFT LTD PC-12/47E 1721 PORTSMOUTH, NH Aircraft registered to AVIATION 17 LLC, airworthiness date 2017-07-17, expiration date 2023-02-28, serial number 1721. 2020-02-27
N721AF PILATUS AIRCRAFT LTD PC-12/47E 1721 PORTSMOUTH, NH Aircraft registered to AVIATION17 LLC, airworthiness date 2017-07-17, expiration date 2021-05-31, serial number 1721. 2018-05-30
N721AF PILATUS AIRCRAFT LTD PC-12/47E 1721 PORTSMOUTH, NH Aircraft registered to AVIATION17 LLC, airworthiness date 2017-07-17, expiration date 2020-08-31, serial number 1721. 2017-08-04
N721AF PILATUS AIRCRAFT LTD PC-12/47 721 PORTSMOUTH, NH Aircraft registered to RIGI INC, expiration date 2019-11-30, serial number 721. 2016-11-30
N721AF PILATUS AIRCRAFT LTD PC-12/47 721 PORTSMOUTH, NH Aircraft registered to KASS ROGER E, expiration date 2017-10-31, serial number 721. 2014-10-22
N721AF PILATUS AIRCRAFT LTD PC-12/47 721 PORTSMOUTH, NH Aircraft registered to RIGI INC, expiration date 2015-12-31, serial number 721. 2012-12-20

Service Difficulty Reports for n721af






N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N721AF PILATS PC1247E During TAXI/GRND HDL - PROBLEM: THE FLIGHT CREW REPORTED " BURNING SMELL COMING FROM ACS SYSTEM". RESOLUTION: MAINTENANCE WAS DISPATCHED TO THEAIRCRAFT, THE FOLLOWING ACTION WAS ACCOMPLISHED " VISUALLY INSPECTED ACS DUCTING AND CLAMPS AND ENGINE COMPARTMENT. NODEFECTS NOTED. RAN AIRCRAFT AND HEAT FOR 10 MIN IAW AMM 12-B-71-00-00-00A-903S-A. OPS CHECK GOOD. NO SMELLS. THE AIRCRAFT WAS RELEASED. 2020-01-29
N721AF PILATS PC1247 During CLIMB - AFTER DEPARTURE RT GEAR UNSAFE LIGHT ILLUMINATED ON GEAR RETRACTION. THE ACFT DIVERTED & LANDED SAFELY. INSPECTION OFTHE RT LG REVEALED THE LOWER RT LG ACTUATOR BOLT BROKEN AT THE NUT ATTACHMENT & WAS WORKING OUT OF THE GEAR MOUNTING HOLE. THE INNER BORE OF THE MLG WAS ALSO FOUND DAMAGED FROM THE BOLT BACKING OUT. THE BOLT PN 532.10.12.218 & MLG FITTINGPN 532.10.12.206 WERE REPLACED WITH NEW. 2014-09-30
N721AF PILATS PC1247 During CRUISE - DURING A TRAINING FLIGHT, THE CREW REPORTED A PITCH TRIM RUNAWAY WITH AUDIBLE WARBLE. STABILIZER TRIM AND AUTO PILOT SYSTEMS WERE OPERATED AND TESTED IAW THE AMM 12-A-27-40-00-00A-903A-A, 12-A-22-10-00-00A-903A-A. PROBLEM COULD NOT BE DUPLICATED. RELAYS K021,K022 AND K241 PN 974.20.01.212 AND 974.20.01.214 WERE CHANGED AS A PRECAUTION. NOTE: RELAYS TIMEIN SERVICE ARE AS FOLLOWS K021=1774.3 K022= 4962.8 K241= 4962.8. 2012-09-17
N721AF PILATS PC1247 During INSP/MAINT - THE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER ATTACHMENT FITTING, WHERE THE PITCH TRIM ACTUATOR IS SECURED TO THE STABILIZER. EACH SIDE OFTHE ATTACHMENT FITTING HAS 2 LUGS. ON THE LT SIDE, THESE 2 LUGS ARE SEPARATING. THE GAP WAS MEASURED WITH A FEELER GUAGE, AND FOUND TO BE .406MM. THERE IS NO EVIDENCE OF DAMAGE TO THE STABILIZER. THE BRACKET PN IS 555.10.12.150, ANGLE FITTING LT. THE ACFT MFG ISSUED A REAIR MEMO WITH STATEMENT OF APPROVED DESIGN DATA WITH THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS. CHECK THE LUGGED FACE OF THE PN 555.1.12.150 (ANGLE FITTING) FOR STRAIGHTNESS. IF WITHIN LIMITS, COMPLETE A VISUAL AND NDT INSP (DYE PENETRANT OR EDDY CURRENT) OF THE ANGLE FITTING AND THE BOLTS. IF NO CRACKS OR DEFECTS NOTED, REINSTALL THE 2011-05-23
N721AF PILATS PC1247 During INSP/MAINT - DURING A LINE CHECK DISCOVERED THE RT BRAKE OTBD BRAKE DISC WAS BROKEN INTO 2 PIECES. REMOVED AND REPLACED BRAKE ASSY IAW MM INSTRUCTIONS. 2010-02-02

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