Aircraft Report for n810qs



Registration History for n810qs







N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N810QS TEXTRON AVIATION INC 700 700-0044 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK Aircraft registered to KBA AVIATION LLC, airworthiness date 2021-03-29, expiration date 2024-04-30, serial number 700-0044. 2021-04-01
N810QS CESSNA 560 560-0625 WICHITA, KS Aircraft registered to TEXTRON AVIATION INC, airworthiness date 2002-08-24, expiration date 2020-07-31, serial number 560-0625. 2017-07-27
N810QS CESSNA 560 560-0625 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK Aircraft registered to NETJETS SALES INC, airworthiness date 2002-08-24, expiration date 2019-12-31, serial number 560-0625. 2016-12-14
N810QS CESSNA 560 560-0625 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK Aircraft registered to NETJETS SALES INC, airworthiness date 2002-08-24, expiration date 2017-09-30, serial number 560-0625. 2014-11-24
N810QS CESSNA 560 560-0625 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK Aircraft registered to NETJETS SALES INC, airworthiness date 2002-08-24, expiration date 2015-12-31, serial number 560-0625. 2012-12-27
N810QS TEXTRON AVIATION INC 700 700-0044 WICHITA, KS Aircraft registered to TEXTRON AVIATION INC, serial number 700-0044. 2021-01-08

Accident History for n810qs


N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N810QS CESSNA 560 GRISSOM, IN DURING DESCENT THE CREW FELT A SLIGHT VIBRATION AT 30,000 FT AND .73 MACH FOLLOWED BY A LOUD POP AND SLIGHT YAW OF THE AIRCRAFT. ATC WAS NOTIFIED AND THE AIRCRAFT CONTINUED TO CHICAGO MIDWAY AIRPORT (MDW). DURING THE POST FLIGHT WALK AROUND OF THE AIRCRAFT THE CREW FOUND THAT BOTH THE UPPER AND LOWER COWLING ON THE RIGHT ENGINE WERE MISSING AND THAT THERE WAS A LARGE AMOUNT OF DAMAGE TO THE RIGHT STABILIZER, ELEVATOR, AND TRIM TAB. 2013-12-02

Service Difficulty Reports for n810qs















N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During CRUISE - DURING INITIAL DESCENT, WE NOTICED A SLIGHT VIBRATION. AT APPROXIMATELY 30000 FT & .73 MACH, WE HEARD A LOUD POP & FELTA SLIGHT YAW OF THE ACFT. WE THOUGHT A GEAR DOOR HAD DEPARTED THE ACFT & INFORMED ATC OF THAT. AUTOPILOT STAYED ENGAGED & ALL ENG INSTRUMENTS WERE WITHIN LIMITS. GEAR & FLAPS WERE EXTENDED EARLY AS A PRECAUTION. ACFT LANDED WITHOUT INCIDENT. DAMAGE TO RT ENG & TAIL FROM ENG COWLING DEPARTING WAS NOT DETERMINED UNTIL AFTER GETTING OFF THE ACFT. FITTED AND INSTALLED A NEW UPPER COWL P/N: 6552630-202 AND NEW LOWER COWL P/N: 6552650-202 IAW CE-560 SRM 51-40-03. REMOVED RTHORIZONTAL STABILIZER (P/N: 6532000-32) AND ROUTED TO CESSNA ICT CNQR918C FOR REPAIR. RE-INSTALLED REPAIRED STABILIZER 2014-05-12
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During DESCENT - DURING GEAR EXTENSION, THE LT MLG LIGHT DID NOT ILLUMINATE GREEN. COMPLETED THE LANDING GEAR WILL NOT EXTEND CHECKLISTINCLUDING THE NITROGEN BLOW DOWN. ALSO PERFORMED ROTARY TEST TO CHECK STATUS OF LT GEAR BULB, CREW DETERMINED THE BULBWAS INOPERATIVE. LANDING AND TAXI WAS NORMAL. R & R FOUR LANDING GEAR LIGHT BULBS. RESET AND SERVICED GEAR BOTTLE AND PERFORMED LANDING GEAR BLEED AND OPS CHECKED GOOD. WORK PERFORMED IAW MM 32-01-00. 2013-03-28
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During CRUISE - LEVEL AT 14,000 FT, CABIN LOST PRESSURIZATION. CABIN WAS CLIMBING AT 3,000 FPM DURING DESCENT. CABIN STAYED AT 2,000 FTUNTIL WE WERE BELOW 8,000 FT OF ALT. CABIN EVENTUALLY CAME DOWN TO FIELD PRESS. R & R PRIMARY OUTFLOW VALVE IAW MM CH 21-32-00. OPERATION PRESSURED LEAK CHECK GOOD. 2010-02-18
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During CRUISE - APPROX 1 HR INTO FLT AT FL410, RT N1 READ 2 % LOWER THAN LT N1. RT ENG N1 DID NOT RESPOND TO THROTTLE. RT N1 ROLLED BACK TO 55 %, WITH FURTHER REDUCTION TO 35 %. ALL ENG INDICATIONS LOW BUT WITHIN LIMITS. AT APPROX 18600 FT-7 RAT RT ENG SPOOLED UP/ BACK TO NORMAL ENG POWER & INDICATIONS. INSPECTED ENG FOR LEAKS, OR DEFECTS. NONE NOTED. SUMPED ALL FUEL DRAINS & FOUND WATER IN LT & RT SIDES. SUMPED OUT TANKS. RAN ACFT AT IDLE & POD FOR APPROX 5 MIN, ALL ENG PARAMETERS NORM.RAN RT & LT ENG AT CRUISE & NO ENG SPOOL BACK NOTED. REMOVED LT / RT FUEL FILTERS. INSPECTED & FOUND NO EVIDENCE OF TRASH. REPLACED W/ NEW FILTER & PACKINGS. INSPECTED T1/FCU SENSOR. MEASUREMENT .320 IN AT APPROX 40*. LEAK CKS GOOD. 2009-12-23
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During TAXI/GRND HDL - WHILE WAITING FOR PAX, LINEMAN NOTICED SMOKE COMING FROM ACFT. UPON INSP, SMOKE POURING OUT OF ACFT EXHAUST. IN AFT EQUIPMENT BAY COMPRESSOR WAS SMOKING. DISCONNECTED GPU AND BATT. REPLACED AIR CONDITIONER MOTOR ASSY WITH AN OVERHAULEDUNIT IAW MM SECTION 8.8. LEAK AND OPS CHECK GOOD. 2009-08-20
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During TAXI/GRND HDL - LO BRAKE PRESSURE/ANTISKID ANNUNCIATOR ILLUMINATED FOLLOWED BY A COMPLETE BRAKE FAILURE. POWER BRAKE CIRCUIT BREAKER ISTRIPPED. EMERGENCY BRAKE SYS USED TO STOP ACFT. INSTALLED NEW ANTISKID PRESSURE SWITCH. INSTALLED NEW ANTISKID PUMP FILTER ELEMENT PN 9912281-13 AND ANTISKID MOTOR RELAY PN MS2416602. BLED ANTISKID BRAKE SYS AND SERVICED BRAKE RESERVOIR TOFULL LEVEL. WORK COMPLETED REFERENCING MM 32-41-01, 32-42-00 AND 12-12-02. 2009-06-10
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During INSP/MAINT - DURING AN INSPECTION FOUND THE ENGINE NACELLE ATTACH FLANGE EARS CRACKED IN (2) LOCATIONS. SENT TO MFG FOR EVALUATION AND REPAIR. SUBMITTED SCR TO MFG UNDER NR 308174. 2007-08-24
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During CLIMB - LT FIRE LIGHT ILLUMINATED DURING CLIMBOUT, DEPARTING. TROUBLESHOT ENG FIRE LIGHT- FOUND APPROX 6" OF FIRELOOP TOUCHINGBLEED AIR LINE AND 4 BLEED AIR WIGGINS FITTINGS LEAKING- REPLACED 8 EA. SEALS LEAKED CHECKED SATISFACTORY ALL WORK I/A/WCE560E MM 30-21-01. 2007-06-19
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During TAXI/GRND HDL - WHILE TAXING AT SLOW SPEED BRAKE CHATTER ENCOUNTERED BOTH AUDIBLE AND FELT THRU BRAKE PEDALS. UNABLE TO DETERMINE RT ORLT SIDE. [SUP 05-03-07] BLED BRAKE SYSTEM IAW CESSNA 560 MAINT. MAN. CHAP. 32-42, AIR FOUND IN SYS, NO OTHER DEFECTSNOTED. 2007-05-01
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During LANDING - ON LANDING ROLL RT BRAKE ANTI-SKID ACTIVATES AS SOON AS PRESSURE IS APPLIED CAUSING A/C TO YAW & VEER LEFT ON RNWY. THERT BRAKE WORKS FINE AT OR BELOW 50 KNOTS. VISUALLY INSPECTED LT AND RT BRAKE ASSY, CHECKED TRANSDUCERS AND WIRING OF ANTI-SKID SYSTEM. PERFORMED ANTI-SKID WIRING CHECK PER NETJETS 560 ANTI-SKID WIRING CHECK LIST 11/07/05. TAXIED AIRCRAFTOPS CHECK GOOD IAW CITAITON 560 MM CHPT 32-12-00 2007-02-22
N810QS CESSNA 552 During LANDING - ON LANDING BRAKES FUNCTIONED CORRECTLY, THEN LO BRAKE PRESS AND ANTI-SKID LIGHT ILLUMINATED. BRAKES FAILED, UTILIZED EMERGENCY BRAKING SYSTEM. DURING TROUBLESHOOTING NOTED CONNECTOR P160 ON LANDING GEAR CONTROL HANDLE NOT FULLY SECURE. SECURED CONNECTOR P160 AND OPERATIONAL CHECK SKID CONTROL MOTOR PUMP CHECK GOOD. PERFORMED BRAKE BLEEDING PROCEDURE. SWING GEAR NUMEROUS TIMES. PERFORMED OPS CHECK OF BRAKES. OPS CHECK GOOD. WORK DONE IAW CESSNA 560 MM PER CHAP 32-30-00. 2006-10-11
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During NOT REPORTED - NO GREEN LIGHT OBSERVED ON LEFT MAIN AFTER EXTENDING LANDING GEAR. ROTARY TEST & FLY-BY OF TOWER CONFIRMED FAILED LIGHTBULB. GEAR BLOWN DOWN WITH PNEUMATIC SYSTEM AS A PRECAUTION. RELAMPED GEAR INDICATOR. JACKED AIRCRAFT AND CYCLED GEAR NUMEROUS TIMES. GEAR CHECKS GOOD IAW CESSNA 560 ENCORE MM 32-00-00. 2006-09-12
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During TAXI/GRND HDL - RIGHT BRAKE CATCHES BEFORE LEFT BRAKE WHEN APPLYING EVEN PRESSURE ON LANDING CAUSING IT TO VERGE TO THE RIGHT. WITH EACH APPLICATION OF BRAKE, CREW HEARD AN "AIR" NOISE THAT IS NOT NORMALLY HEARD. ITEM IS UNDER INVESTIGATION. 2005-05-23
N810QS CESSNA 560CESSNA During NOT REPORTED - RIGHT BRAKE PEDAL ON PILOTS SIDE WENT TO THE FLOOR AND RIGHT BRAKE WOULD NOT HOLD AIRCRAFT WHILE TRYING TO DO BRAKE BURNIN. INSPECTED RIGHT BRAKE ASSY, NO DEFECTS NOTED. BLED ANTI SKID BRAKING SYSTEM. NOTED SOME AIR IN SYSTEM. BLED RTSYSTEM AGAIN. SYSTEM BLED CHECKS GOOD. ANTI SKID FUNCTION CHECKS GOOD. BRAKE SYSTEM OPS CHECKS GOOD. WORK PERFORMEDIAW CHAPTER 32-42-00 OF THE CE 560 MM. 2004-12-22

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