Aircraft Report for n761af



Registration History for n761af







N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N761AF SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT CORP S-76D 761039 LITTLE ROCK, AR Aircraft registered to ARKANSAS CHILDRENS HOSPITAL, airworthiness date 2013-11-14, expiration date 2025-12-31, serial number 761039. 2022-07-21
N761AF SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT CORP S-76D 761039 LITTLE ROCK, AR Aircraft registered to ARKANSAS CHILDRENS HOSPITAL, airworthiness date 2013-11-14, expiration date 2022-12-31, serial number 761039. 2019-08-05
N761AF SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT CORP S-76D 761039 LITTLE ROCK, AR Aircraft registered to ARKANSAS CHILDRENS HOSPITAL, airworthiness date 2013-11-14, expiration date 2019-12-31, serial number 761039. 2016-07-19
N761AF SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT CORP S-76D 761039 LITTLE ROCK, AR Aircraft registered to ARKANSAS CHILDRENS HOSPITAL, airworthiness date 2013-11-14, expiration date 2019-12-31, serial number 761039. 2016-07-19
N761AF SIKORSKY S-76C 760524 LITTLE ROCK, AR Aircraft registered to ARKANSAS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, airworthiness date 2002-05-06, expiration date 2016-03-31, serial number 760524. 2013-03-15
N761AF SIKORSKY S-76C 760524 LITTLE ROCK, AR Aircraft registered to ARKANSAS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, airworthiness date 2002-05-06, expiration date 2013-03-31, serial number 760524. 2012-03-13

Accident History for n761af



N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N761AF SIKORS S-76D TEXARKANA, TX APPROXIMATELY 1830 ON MARCH 12, 2022. N761AF WAS IN FLIGHT FROM AR62 ARKANSAS CHILDREN?S HOSPITAL HELIPORT, DESCENDING FOR A LANDING AT TEXARKANA WADLEY REGIONAL HELIPAD (64XS). APPROXIMATELY 20 FEET FROM THE DECK THE TAIL ROTOR STRUCK THE ELEVATOR SHAFT STRUCTURE APPROXIMATELY 40 FEET ADJACENT TO THE PAD. THE ROTORCRAFT DROPPED TO THE PAD, IMMEDIATELY THE AIRMAN SHUT OFF POWER. THE ROTORCRAFT CAME TO REST ON THE HELIPAD WITH SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE TO THE TAIL BOOM & GEARBOX. THERE WERE 4 SOULS ABOARD WITH NO INJURIES. 2022-03-12
N761AF SIKORS S-76D MORRILTON, AR ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 2019, AT APPROXIMATELY 1830 CDT, N761AF, REGISTERED TO ARKANSAS CHILDREN? HOSPITAL, AND OPERATED BY ARKANSAS CHILDREN?S HOSPITAL (Z1RA), DEPARTED FROM ARKANSAS CHILDREN?S HOSPITAL IN SPRINGDALE (14AR) AND WAS TRANSPORTING A PATIENT TO ARKANSAS CHILDREN?S HOSPITAL IN LITTLE ROCK (AR62). WHILE ENROUTE, THE CREW RECEIVED A FIRE ANNUNCIATOR FOR THE BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT AND MADE AN EMERGENCY LANDING AT THE MORRILTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT (KBDQ). UPON INSPECTION OF THE AIRCRAFT, IT WAS DETERMINED THAT THE EXHAUST TAIL PIPE FROM THE NUMBER 2 ENGINE WAS DISCONNECTED AND REMOVED FROM ITS SEATED POSITION. THIS CAUSED EXHAUST FROM THE NUMBER 2 ENGINE TO BE DUMPED INTO THE COMPARTMENT CONTAINING THE TAIL ROTOR DRIVESHAFT AND CAUSED HEAT DAMAGE TO THE SURROUNDING AREAS. THE DAMAGE SUSTAINED TO THE TAIL ROTOR DRIVESHAFT AND BEARINGS REVEALED THAT FAILURE OF THE TAIL ROTOR SYSTEM WAS IMMINENT. THE AIRCRAFT WAS LANDED SAFELY AND THERE WERE NO INJURIES TO THE CREW AND PASSENGERS 2019-05-15

Service Difficulty Reports for n761af
























N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N761AF SKRSKY S76D During AIR AMBULANCE - ON OUTBOUND LEG OF HEMS FLIGHT #1 VMM FAILED WITH LOSS OF COPILOTS INSTRUMENTS. TRIP ABORTED AND AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO KLIT 2022-03-04
N761AF SKRSKY S76D During HOVERING - FORWARD AND AFT VIBRATION FELT IN THE CYCLIC DURING HOVER AND FLIGHT. 2021-02-24
N761AF SKRSKY S76D During NOT REPORTED - TAIL ROTOR SERVO LEAKING AT SHAFT SEAL. 2020-12-10
N761AF SKRSKY S76D During NOT REPORTED - AIR MEDICAL PUMP WILL NOT OPERATE. UPON POWER APPLIED TRIPS CIRCUIT BREAKER PROTECTION 2018-04-10
N761AF SKRSKY S76D During NOT REPORTED - #2 NAV HAS FAILURE CODE WHEN ON FREQS ABOVE 109 2018-04-10
N761AF SKRSKY S76D During AIR AMBULANCE - DURING AIRCRAFT RUN-UP, NR 2 AUTOPILOT WOULD NOT COMPLETE BIT TEST DURING AP TEST. UNABLE TO CLEAR OR RESET. 2018-02-13
N761AF SKRSKY S76D During AIR AMBULANCE - NR 1 & NR 2 ENGINE BLEED VALVE SUPPORT BRACKETS BOTH CRACKED THROUGH SUPPORT SADDLES. 2018-01-26
N761AF SKRSKY S76D During NOT REPORTED - LEFT MLG DOWN INDICATION INTERMITTENT. FOUND WIRE HARNESS BROKEN. 2017-11-15
N761AF SKRSKY S76D During NOT REPORTED - LEFT MLG DOWN INDICATION INTERMITTENT. LEG HAS BROKEN WIRES IN HARNESS. 2017-11-15
N761AF SKRSKY S76D During APPROACH - DURING LANDING APPROACH TO HOSPITAL LANDING PAD, LT MAIN LANDING GEAR UNSAFE LIGHT WOULD NOT EXTINGUISH AND GREEN SAFE LIGHT NOT ILLUMINATED. APPROACH ABORT AND TRANSITIONED TO THE AIRPORT WHERE A VISUAL OF THE LANDING GEAR WAS COMPLETED TOENSURE DOWN. LT SEGMENT OF MAIN GEAR HARNESS WIRE BROKEN. REPLACED AFFECTED PART AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO SERVICE. 2017-05-10
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During TAKEOFF - MAIN GEAR BOX CHIP LIGHT ILLUMINATED ON RUNUP. 2014-10-30
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During NOT REPORTED - ENGINE FAILED TO START. IGNITER BOX REPLACED. 2014-10-28
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During NOT REPORTED - CAN NOT COMMUNICATE WITH OTHER SEAT POSITIONS IN CABIN. 2014-05-13
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During AIR AMBULANCE - AFT CARGO BAY SMOKE DETECTION WARNING LIGHT ILLUMINATED DURING FLIGHT. 2014-05-13
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During CRUISE - DURING CRUISE FLIGHT CENTER IIDS DISPLAY BEGAN FLASHING. DC ELECTRICAL POWER PULSING ON NR 2 SYSTEM FROM 0 TO 11 AMPS OUTPUT ONLY (NORMALLY 140AMPS). ESS VOLTS LOW LIGHT ILLUMINATED ON SHORT FINAL. RADIOS WERE SWITCHED TO EMERGENCY SETTING SO COMMUNICATION WAS LOST. 2013-08-09
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During INSP/MAINT - RT FWD HEATED SNOW BLANKET WILL NOT HEAT. TEMP SENSOR OUT OF RANGE. 2006-02-23
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During INSP/MAINT - DURING FLIGHT AL-300 DISPLAYS 1E30 CODE INTERMITTENTLY. 2005-10-26
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During NOT REPORTED - YELLOW BLADE(COLOR CODE) TIP CAP M/R SCREWS. FORWARD PAR OF ALL SCREWS HAVE A .002 INCH GAP BETWEEN THE HEAD OF SCREW AND MATING SURFACE. (AS MEASURED) SCREW IS NOT CONTACTING COMPLETELY AROUND THE HEAD OF SCREW. CORROSION IS APPEARING AT THE FIRST THREE THREADS OF ALL SCREWS. THE LARGE SCREWS, INSTALLATION TORQUE-100 IN/LBS. BREAKING TORQUE RANGED FROM200 IN/LBS TO 110 IN/LBS. 2004-01-08
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During NOT REPORTED - RED BLADE M/R TIP CAP SCREWS: LARGE SCREWS HAD DEVELOPED CORROSION AROUND TOP TWO THREADS. INSTALLATION, TORQUED LARGESCREW 100 IN/LBS. REMOVAL (LARGE SCREWS) TORQUE 150-130 IN/LBS. SMALL SCREWS (INSTALL) TORQUE 30 IN/LBS. SMALL SCREWS (REMOVAL) TORQUE 70-30 IN/LBS.(K) 2004-01-08
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During NOT REPORTED - BLACK BLADE (COLOR CODED) TIP CAP SCREWS M/R LEADING EDGE AND BOTTOM ROW. NR 1 SCREW BROKEN. CORROSION AROUND SHANK OFSCREWS (ALL) SCREW HAD BEENN WORKING WITH BREAK ABOUT 90 PERCENT THROUGH THE SCREW WITH THE LAST 10 PERCENT BREAKING WHEN SCREW REMOVED. FIRST FIVE SCREWS FROM LEADING EDGE TOP AND BOTTOM, INSTALLATION TORQUE IS (BOOK) 100 IN/LBS BREAKAWAY TORQUE TO REMOVE THESE SCREWS WAS RANGING FROM 130-170 IN/LBS. (LARGE SCREW) LAST FOUR, SMALL SCREWS, TOP AND BOTTOM (8) INSTALL TORQUE 30 IN/LBS, REMOVE BREAKAWAY TORQUE 30-50 IN/LBS.(K) 2004-01-08
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During NOT REPORTED - BLUE BLADE TIP CAP M/R SCREW. CORROSION AROUND ALL SCREWS, FIRST TWO THREADS. SEVERAL SCREWS APPEARED TO NO HAVE A FLUSH MOUNTING UNDER THE SCREW END. LENDING EDGE TOP SCREW HAD DEVELOPED A CRACK ( 90 PERCENT THROUGH SCREW) AND BROKE UPON REMOVAL. LARGE SCREWS, INSTALLATION TORQUE 100 IN/LBS BREAK AWAY TORQUE UPON REMOVAL WAS 170-100 IN/LBS.(K) 2004-01-08
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During NOT REPORTED - ONE (1) SREW CRACKED NR 1 BOTTOM POSITION LENDING EDGE. 2004-01-08
N761AF SKRSKY S76C During CRUISE - AT CRUISE FLIGHT (6000 FT) IFR MAIN GEAR BOX PRESSURE LIGHT ON. WATER ON CONNECTOR PLUGS. RETURNED TO AIRPORT, MAINTENANCE CALLED, CLEANED CONNECTOR PLUGS. RETURNED TO SERVICE. 2003-04-10


NTSB Reports for n761af


N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N761AF SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT CORP S-76D 761039 Little Rock, AR 2022-03-22

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