Aircraft Report for n779js



Registration History for n779js






N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N779JS CESSNA 525B 525B0036 PLAINVILLE, CT Aircraft registered to CENTRAL CONNECTICUT AIRCRAFT LLC, airworthiness date 2005-09-11, serial number 525B0036. 2018-09-19
N779JS CESSNA 525B 525B0036 PLAINVILLE, CT Aircraft registered to CENTRAL CONNECTICUT AIRCRAFT LLC, airworthiness date 2005-09-11, expiration date 2021-09-30, serial number 525B0036. 2018-09-19
N779JS CESSNA 525B 525B0036 IRVINE, CA Aircraft registered to JS CJ3 LLC, airworthiness date 2005-09-11, expiration date 2018-12-31, serial number 525B0036. 2015-07-29
N779JS CESSNA 525B 525B0036 IRVINE, CA Aircraft registered to JS CJ3 LLC, airworthiness date 2005-09-11, expiration date 2018-12-31, serial number 525B0036. 2015-07-29
N779JS CESSNA 525B 525B0036 IRVINE, CA Aircraft registered to JS CJ3 LLC, airworthiness date 2005-09-11, expiration date 2015-12-31, serial number 525B0036. 2012-12-20

Accident History for n779js


N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N779JS CESSNA 525B PHILADELPHIA, PA #2 ENGINE FIRE LIGHT ILLUMINATED, PILOT REDUCED POWER AND INICIATED ENGINE SHUT DOWN UNABLE TO VALIDATE WARNING. AIRCRAFT LANDED AT PHL. MECHANICS FOUND A BLEED AIR LINE DISCONNECTED. PILOT PERFORMED EMERGANCY LANDING AT PHL WITH NO ADDITIONAL FAULTS. 2016-03-19

Service Difficulty Reports for n779js




N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N779JS CESSNA 525B During APPROACH - RIGHT LANDING GEAR, GREEN LIGHT DID NOT ILLUMINATE WITH GEAR DOWN. THE CREW DECLARED AN EMERGENCY, DID A TOWER FLY-BY AND LANDED WITHOUT ANY FURTHER PROBLEMS. AIRCRAFT GROUNDED. MAINTENANCE TROUBLESHOT GEAR ISSUE TO BAD GEAR INDICATIONSWITCH. R & R LANDING GEAR SWITCH. PERFORMED SEVERAL GEAR SWINGS. OPS CHECK GOOD. 2016-06-09
N779JS CESSNA 525B During DESCENT - ON INITIAL DESCENT, THE FLIGHT CREW NOTICED A VIBRATION ON THE AIRPLANE WITH NO INDICATION PROBLEMS. THEY CONTINUED TO DESCEND AND THROUGH FL200, HAD A RT ENGINE FIRE ANNUNCIATION. THEY REDUCED POWER, AND THE ANNUNCIATOR EXTINGUISHED. THEYPROCEEDED WITH THE QRH AND SHUTDOWN THE RT ENGINE. UPON COMPLETING THE CHECKLIST, THE FLIGHT CREW NOTICED A HIGH ITT AND INCREASE IN THE FUEL FLOW OF ABOUT 100 LBS. MAINTENANCE DISCOVERED DISCOLORATION ON THE RT ENGINE COWLING. AFTER REMOVING COWL, FOUND ENGINE BLEED AIR PIPE HAD COME COMPLETELY LOOSE FROM BLEED PORT. THE CLAMP HAD BECOME SEPARATED FROMENGINE ADAPTER PIPE AND BLEED LINE. THERE WAS NO VISIBLE DAMAGE TO THE CLAMP; R & R BLEED AIR PORT CLAMPS & SEALS. 2016-03-28
N779JS CESSNA 525B During CRUISE - ABOUT 5 MINUTES INTO CRUISE THE FLIGHT CREW OBSERVED THE RT OIL PRESS DROPPING. ALL OTHER ENG INDICATIONS WERE NORMAL.AS OIL PRESS DROPPED INTO THE RED, PERFORMED A PRECAUTIONARY ENG SHUTDOWN IAW THE QRH, RAN THE APPROPRIATE CHECKLISTS,DECLARED AN EMER, PROCEEDED TO THE NEAREST SUITABLE FIELD & LANDED WITHOUT INCIDENT.GAINED ACCESS TO THE RT ENG & CLEANED UP THE OIL RESIDUE. REMOVED THE OIL FILTER & SENT IT OUT FOR ANALYSIS. FURTHER REMOVED THE CHIP DETECTOR & INSPECTEDIT FOR CHIPS, NO CHIPS WERE FOUND. INSTALLED A NEW OIL FILTER & ASSOCIATED O RINGS. IN ADDITION, CHECKED THE OIL FILLER CAP FOR DAMAGED O RING & THE P TANK LINE FOR SECURITY, NO DEFECTS FOUND. THE ENG WAS SERVICED WITH 1 QUART OF OIL. 2015-07-20

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