Aircraft Report for n846dn



Registration History for n846dn





N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N846DN BOEING 737-932ER 31957 SALT LAKE CITY, UT Aircraft registered to WELLS FARGO TRUST CO NA TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2015-09-18, expiration date 2024-09-30, serial number 31957. 2021-09-21
N846DN BOEING 737-932ER 31957 SALT LAKE CITY, UT Aircraft registered to WELLS FARGO TRUST CO NA TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2015-09-18, expiration date 2021-09-30, serial number 31957. 2018-07-02
N846DN BOEING 737-932ER 31957 SALT LAKE CITY, UT Aircraft registered to WELLS FARGO BANK NORTHWEST NA TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2015-09-18, expiration date 2018-09-30, serial number 31957. 2015-09-22
N846DN BOEING 737-932ER 31957 SALT LAKE CITY, UT Aircraft registered to WELLS FARGO BANK NORTHWEST NA TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 2015-09-18, expiration date 2018-09-30, serial number 31957. 2015-09-22

Service Difficulty Reports for n846dn












N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N846DN BOEING 737 During CLIMB - SHIP 3846 -ATB- DUE TO AIRSPEED UNRELIABLE. CORRECTIVE ACTION: ADIRS BITE NO FAULTS. CDS BITE FAULT 31-65060 (AIRSPEED &ALTITUDE DISAGREE). PERFORMED PITOT STATIC LEAK CHECK. NO TROUBLE FOUND. FOUND RIGHT AOA WITH 200 FT. SPLIT AT 20 DEG.NOSE UP. REPLACED SAME. REPLACED TAT PROBE PRECAUTIONARY PER MCC REQUEST. OPS CHECKS GOOD. 2022-10-05
N846DN BOEING 737932ER During INSP/MAINT - (LOG 8156571) DURING INSPECTION FOUND EMER EXIT LIGHT AT ROW 14 INOP. REMOVED EMER EXIT LIGHT AT SEAT ROW 14. INSTALLEDNEW LIGHT AT ROW 14 PER B737 AMM 33-51. OPS CHECKED GOOD. 2022-03-07
N846DN BOEING 737932ER During INSP/MAINT - (LOG 1919868) DURING INSPECTION FOUND SCRATCH WITH DENT ON EXTERNAL FUSELAGE SKIN BSTA: 479 AND BTW S26R & S27R. EXTERNAL FUSELAGE SKIN BSTA: 479 AND BTW S26R & S27R. WAS REPAIRED PER ER/A 593607-14 REV. A AND ETI-37-21-472 REV. 4 IN REF TOERA 593607-14 REV A. 2022-01-21
N846DN BOEING 737932ER During INSP/MAINT - SHIP 3846 AIRCRAFT IS BANKING TO THE RIGHT WHEN THE FLIGHT SPOILERS ARE DEPLOYED IN LEVEL FLIGHT AND IN DESCENT. AIRCRAFT IS BANKING BETWEEN 5-10 DEGREES RIGHT .NO YAW OBSERVED CORRECTIVE ACTION: T/S PER FIM 27-61-00 AND RIG PIN CHECK PER AMM TASK 27-61-00. (6407390). 2020-05-26
N846DN BOEING 737932ER During NOT REPORTED - FWD ENTRY DOOR OPEN LIGHT ILLUM THROUGH FL240 CONFIRMED HANDLE DOWN. LIGHT REMAINED ON FOR ENTIRE FLIGHT PRESSURE NML.REMOVED AND REPLACED L1 DOOR SWITCH DEPRESSOR IAW B737 AMM 52-71 . CKS GOOD. OK FOR SERVICE. PERMANENT REPAIR COMPLIEDWITH PER ERA 575185-14 REV ORIG. (5135306). 2019-08-15
N846DN BOEING 737932ER During INSP/MAINT - SHIP 3846 OBSERVERS OXYGEN MASK INOP. CORECTIVE ACTION: CREW REPORTS PRESS TO TEST INOP. PERFORMED PRESS TO TEST PER B737 AMM 35-12. OPS CK OK (5135186). 2019-07-31
N846DN BOEING 737932ER During INSP/MAINT - SHIP 3846 #1 THRUST LEVER DOES NOT ACTIVATE TAKE OFF WARNING. THIS PROBLEM APPEARS TO BE INTERMITTENT . CORRECTIVE ACTION: REMOVED AND REPLACED LH AUTOTHROTTLE SWITCH PACK ASSY REF. B737 AMM 76-11. OPS CHECK NORMAL. NO CURRENT FAULTS. OK FOR SERVICE. (5135104). 2019-07-17
N846DN BOEING 737932ER During NOT REPORTED - AFT ENTRY CAUTION LIGHT ILLUMINATED INTERMITTENTLY DURING FLIGHT. HANDLE WAS CLOSED AND LOCKED. REMOVED AND REPLACEDTHE DOOR PROXIMITY SENSOR IAW AMM 52-71. ALL INDICATIONS TEST OK. 2019-04-30
N846DN BOEING 737932ER During INSP/MAINT - GIRT BAR BRACKETS DAMAGED. ADJUST GIRT BAR BRACKETS AT DOOR 1L IAW AMM 25-66. 2018-07-23
N846DN BOEING 737932ER During INSP/MAINT - GIRT BAR BRACKETS DAMAGED. ADJUST GIRT BAR BRACKETS AT DOOR 1R IAW AMM 25-66. 2018-07-23
N846DN BOEING 737932ER During INSP/MAINT - EMERGENCY EXIT COVER DIFFUSER LENS DAMAGED OR MISSING. RESECURED LENS. OK FOR SVC. 2018-07-18

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