Aircraft Report for n746am



Registration History for n746am






N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N746AM BOEING 777-2Q8 32719 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2006-04-27, serial number 32719. 2017-06-14
N746AM BOEING 777-2Q8 32719 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2006-04-27, expiration date 2020-11-30, serial number 32719. 2017-06-14
N746AM BOEING 777-2Q8 32719 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2006-04-27, expiration date 2017-11-30, serial number 32719. 2015-01-22
N746AM BOEING 777-2Q8 32719 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2006-04-27, expiration date 2017-11-30, serial number 32719. 2014-06-16
N746AM BOEING 777-2Q8 32719 WILMINGTON, DE Aircraft registered to WILMINGTON TRUST CO TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2006-04-27, expiration date 2014-11-30, serial number 32719. 2011-11-02

Service Difficulty Reports for n746am
















N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N746AM BOEING 7772Q8 During CRUISE - CAPTAIN REPORTED THAT DURING CRUISE, THE RT SIDE WINDOW HEAT WITH FAULT CODE 304 022 42 DUE TO A CRACK ON THE LOWER RT CORNER WITH CORRECT CABIN PRESSURE. MAINTENANCE REPLACED THE RIDE SIDE OPERABLE WINDOW IAW AMM 56-11-02, TESTED CORRECT. 2016-08-22
N746AM BOEING 7772Q8 During TAXI/GRND HDL - CAPTAIN REPORTED THAT AFTER START ENGS APPEARED THE EICAS MSG LT BACK UP GEN OUT OF SERVICE. PERFORMED FIM 24-20 TASK 811 PROCEDURE, SHOWING FAILURE CODE 24-46000. THE BACK GEN WAS DEFERRED IAW MEL 24-25-01A CAT C. REPLACED THE BACK GENIAW AMM 24-25-01, TESTED CORRECT. 2015-02-11
N746AM BOEING 7772Q8 During CRUISE - AIRCRAFT PERFORMED AN UNSCHEDULED LANDING AT LIM DUE TO EICAS MESSAGE WXR SYS. MX PERSONNEL PERFORMED THE AIR, GND INTERFACE TEST IAW AMM 34-43-00, NOT CONFIRMING THE FAILURE & DELETING FAILURE MESSAGE, THE WXR SYS TEST WAS PERFORMED IAW AMM 34-43-00, TESTED CORRECT. THE HIGH ENERGY STOP INSPECTION WAS PERFORMED IAW AMM 05-51-14, NO DAMAGES WERE FOUND. 2014-04-08
N746AM BOEING 7772Q8 During TAKEOFF - CAPTAIN REPORTED THAT DURING TAKEOFF, THE RT ENG REACHED 1031 CELSIUS DEGREES OF EGT FOR AROUND 2 SECONDS. PERFORMED RTENG INSPECTION WITH EGT PARAMETERS WITHIN OPERATION LIMITS IAW AMM 71-00-00 & ENG EXCEEDANCE CHECK IAW AMM 71-00-00, TESTED CORRECT. 2014-03-25
N746AM BOEING 7772Q8 During LANDING - CAPTAIN REPORTED THAT DURING LANDING ROLL, ACFT HAD A BIRD STRIKE ON RT ENGINE. MX PERSONNEL PERFORMED A BIRD STRIKE CONDITIONAL INSPECTION IAW MM 05-51-18, DETECTING RT ENGINE REVERSER CASCADE SEGMENT NR 8 DAMAGED AND OGV FAIRING WITH SCRATCHES. INSPECTION WAS PERFORMED IAW AMM 73-24-00 FOUND IT WITHIN LIMITS. MX PERSONNEL RT ENGINE OGV SEGMENTS FAIRINGASSY WERE REPLACED IAW AMM 72-24-03 AND REVERSER CASCADE SEGMENT NR 8 WAS REPLACED IAW AMM 78-31-00, ALL CORRECT. 2013-08-27
N746AM BOEING 7772Q8 During INSP/MAINT - DURING ROUTINE CHECK, LIGHTNING STRIKE IN NOSE AND MLG. MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL PERFORMED A LIGHTNING STRIKE INSPECTION IAW MM 05-51-19, DETECTING VHF ANTENNA NR 2 WITH DAMAGE OUT OF LIMIT, THREE BURNS IN THE FWD LEFT NLG DOOR AND TWENTY BURNS IN THE LT MLG DOOR. VHF ANTENNA, NR 2 WAS REPLACED IAW AMM 23-12-03, TESTED CORRECT. THE LEFT NLG DOOR WAS REPAIRED IAW SRM 52-80-01, REPAIR 1, TABLE 201 AND SRM 51-70-05, REPAIR 1, FIG 201 AND THE BURNS WERE REMOVED IAW SRM 51-70-05,REPAIR 1, ALL CORRECT. 2013-08-19
N746AM BOEING 7772Q8 During INSP/MAINT - DURING TRANSIT CHECK, A HYD LEAK WAS DETECTED ON AFT REAR SPAR OF LT WING. MX PERSONNEL PERFORMED AN INSPECTION DETECTING HYD LEAK IN SPOILER ACTUATOR NR 3, SO THE ACTUATOR WAS REPLACED IAW AMM 27-61-08 AND ADJUSTMENT AND TEST WERE PERFORMED IAW AMM 27-61-00, ALL CORRECT. 2013-03-22
N746AM BOEING 7772Q8 During TAXI/GRND HDL - DURING PUSH BACK, THE LT WING L/E WAS HIT BY A MOBILE STAIRWAY CAUSING A HOLE OF 8.0" LONG, 4.0" WIDE. INSPECTION PERSONNEL EVALUATED THE DAMAGED AND FOUND OUT LIMITS IAW SRM 57-41-00. MX ISSUED THE NON ROUTINE CARDS A0190507 AND A019506.THE MID FAIRING ASSY PANEL WAS REPLACED IAW DWG NR 119W2100 MID FAIRING ASSY WING TIP, ALL CORRECT. 2012-07-30
N746AM BOEING 7672Q8 During CRUISE - ACFT PERFORMED AN UNSCHEDULED LANDING, DURING CRUISE THE ENG OIL FILTER RT LIGHT TURNED ON WITH AN OIL TEMP INDICATION OF 60 CENTIGRADE DEGREES AND OIL PRESSURE INDICATION OF 60 PSI; THE EICAS MESSAGES ENG OIL FILT R AND MX MESSAGES 79-31452, 79-31-31462 AND 79-31472 WERE SHOWN. THE FLIGHT CREW PERFORMED THE QRH 7.20 PROCEDURE, CONFIRMING THE FAILURE. DURING MX REVISION, THE FIM 79-21, TASK 802 WAS PERFORMED CONFIRMING THE FAILURE; SO THE RT ENGINE SENSOR AND OIL FILTER WERE REPLACED IAW MM 79-21-07; ALSO, OPS TEST WAS PERFORMED IAW MM 71-00-00, ALL CORRECT. 2011-01-05
N746AM BOEING 7772Q8 During CLIMB - ACFT RETURNED OF FLIGHT DUE TO DURING CLIMB, EICAS MESSAGE AND LIGHT TURNED ON OF ENG OIL FILTER L WAS SHOWN. THE FLIGHTCREW PERFORMED THE QRH ENG OIL FILTER L, R PROCEDURE, CONFIRMING THE FAILURE. MX PERSONNEL REPLACED THE LT OIL DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SENSOR AND OIL FILTER IAW MM 79-21-12 AND MM 79-21-07, ALL CORRECT. AN OVERWEIGHT INSP WAS PERFORMED IAW MM 05-51-35-210-801 PHASE I-A, NO DAMAGES WERE FOUND. 2010-09-20
N746AM BOEING 7772Q8 During INSP/MAINT - DURING A BORESCOPE INSP OF THE HPC AND HPT MODULES OF RT ENGINE WERE DETECTED 41 BLADES OF HPC 8TH STAGE AND 23 BLADES OF 9TH STAGE WITH TEARS, NICKS, BENDS AND MISSING MATERIAL FROM THE LEADING TO THE T/E. OPEN 2010-05-07
N746AM BOEING 7772Q8 During TAKEOFF - ACFT REJECTED TAKEOFF AT 80 KNOTS DUE TO THE E/E COMPARTMENT LIGHT TURNED ON. MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL PERFORMED DOOR LIGHT TEST IAW MM 62-71-00, ALL CORRECT. THE HIGH ENERGY STOP INSPECTION WAS PERFORMED IAW MM 05-51-14, ALL CORRECT. (S) 2008-08-19
N746AM BOEING 777* During TAXI/GRND HDL - DURING TAXING, AC HIT WITH LT SLAT NR 1 ON THE LT WING OF THE AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION N774AM. DETAILED INSPECTION WAS PERFORMED ON LT WING TIP DETECTING A STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ON SLAT NR 1 OF 17 INCHES LENGTH AND 11 INCHES WIDTH, OUT OF LIMITS,LOCATED BETWEEN STATIONS WS1375 AND WS1408; ADDITIONALLY, THE AERODYNAMIC SEAL OF LT SLAT NR 1 LEADING EDGE WAS FOUND CRACKED. MAINT REPLACED THE OB LEADING EDGE SLAT NR 1 AND SEAL-END IAW MM 27-81-15. RII INSPECTION WAS PERFORMED, ALL CORRECT. 2008-03-17
N746AM BOEING 777* During CRUISE - CAPTAIN REPORTED THAT AT 39,000 FEET, LEFT ENGINE STALLED, DESCENDING TO 27,000 FEET WITH OSCILLATIONS IN N1 AND N2 WITH ENG CONTROL L AND ENG EEC C1 L MESSAGES, LANDING AT GRU. AT GRU, TECHNICAL PERSONNEL CONFIRMED THE MESSAGES AND PERFORMED FIM 71-05 TASK 806 AND FIM 75-21 TASK 822 PROCEDURES, ALL CORRECT. BOROSCOPIC INSPECTION WAS PERFORMED FOUNDING 6 BLADES OF HPC DAMAGED WITHIN LIMITS AND ONE FIRST STAGE HPT BLADE WITH DAMAGES OUT OF LIMITS. THE PT25 SENSOR AND EEC WEREREPLACED IAW MM 73-21-63 AND ENGINE STALL INSPECTION WAS PERFORMED IAW MM 71-00-00-200-809-G00, TESTED CORRECT. THE AIRCRAFT WAS DISPATCHED AS A FERRY FLIGHT TO CHICAGO STATION IAW GENERAL ELECTRIC CDR CA-07-0490 APPROVING THE ENGINE OPERA 2007-12-06
N746AM BOEING 777* During TAKEOFF - CAPTAIN REPORTED THAT DURING TAKEOFF RUN THE LT ENGINE EGTS INDICATION EXCEEDED RED DIAL; CAPTAIN REDUCED THE THRUST RECOVERING NORMAL INDICATIONS. AT CDG, MAINTENANCE DETERMINED THAT EXCEED WAS WITHIN LIMITS IAW MM 71-00-00-613, REQUIRINGBOROSCOPIC INSPECTION WITHIN 10 CYCLES. LATER, FIM PROCEDURE 73-22 TASK 819 WAS PERFORMED TO THE LT ENGINE AND OVER TEMPERATURE BOROSCOPIC INSPECTION WAS PERFORMED IAW MM 71-00-00-200-814-G00 AND 72-00-00-290-812G00, NO DAMAGES WERE FOUND.LT ENGINE WAS WASHED IAW MM 72-00-00-100-807-G00, AND THE POWER CHECK NR 7 WAS PERFORMED IAW MM 71-00-00-700-807-G00, ALL CORRECT. 2007-10-26

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