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2018-0039 : [Correction] Windows – Jettisoning System – Installation
EASA approval number
EASA Rotorcraft Section
/ Type Designation
SA 330 / AS 332 / EC 225
AS 332 C
AS 332 C1
AS 332 L
AS 332 L1
AS 332 L2
EC 225 LP
This AD is re-published to correct the model versus ASB reference in the definition of Group 2 helicopters.
This AD supersedes EASA AD 2016-0049 dated 10 March 2016.
Publication(s) and related information
Airbus Helicopters ASB EC225-05A046 original issue dated 08 March 2016, or Revision 1 dated 08 February 2018. Airbus Helicopters ASB AS332-05.01.05 original issue dated 08 March 2016, or Revision 1 dated 08 February 2018. Airbus Helicopters ASB EC225-56C012 original issue dated 08 February 2018. Airbus Helicopters ASB AS332-56.90.13 original issue dated 08 February 2018. The use of later approved revisions of the above-mentioned documents is acceptable for compliance with the requirements of this AD.
1. If requested and appropriately substantiated, EASA can approve Alternative Methods of Compliance for this AD. 2. Based on the required actions and the compliance time, EASA have decided to issue a Final AD with Request for Comments, postponing the public consultation process until after publication. 3. Enquiries regarding this AD should be referred to the EASA Safety Information Section, Certification Directorate. E-mail: ADs[at]easa.europa.eu.
EASA_AD_2018_0039_C1.pdf (507 kb)
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