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2017-01R1 : Safety Precautions regarding the Transport by Air of Damaged, Defective or Recalled Lithium Batteries
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Safety Information Bulletin
This SIB revises EASA SIB 2017-01 dated 09 February 2017.
The original version of this SIB replaced EASA SIB 2016-14R1, dated 13 October 2016, which was withdrawn.
Publication(s) and related information
EASA SIB 2009-22R1 dated 07 April 2015. Commission Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 dated 05 October 2012. International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Document 9284, Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air. ICAO Document 9481, Emergency Response Guidance for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods. United Nations Manual of Tests and Criteria. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) SAFO 16011 dated 16 September 2016, Air Transport Restrictions for Recalled Lithium Batteries and Lithium Battery Powered Devices. United States Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration Safety Advisory Notice 2016-18 dated 22 September 2016. FAA Emergency Order FAA-2016-9288 dated 09 January2017.
Comments regarding this safety information should be referred to the Programming and Continued Airworthiness Information Section, Certification Directorate, EASA;
ADs [at] easa.europa [dot] eu
EASA_SIB_2017_01_R1.pdf (575 kb)
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