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2022-0189 : Wings – Inboard Flap Parts – Identification / Inspection
EASA approval number
EASA Large Aeroplanes Department
/ Type Designation
This AD supersedes EASA AD 2016-0231 dated 22 November 2016.
Publication(s) and related information
Airbus SB A330-57-3120 original issue dated 18 September 2015. Airbus SB A340-57-5036 original issue dated 18 September 2015. 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. This AD was posted on 20 July 2022 as PAD 22-096 for consultation until 17 August 2022. No comments were received during the consultation period. 3. Enquiries regarding this AD should be referred to the EASA Safety Information Section, Certification Directorate. E-mail: ADs[at]easa.europa.eu. 4. Information about any failures, malfunctions, defects or other occurrences, which may be similar to the unsafe condition addressed by this AD, and which may occur, or have occurred on a product, part or appliance not affected by this AD, can be reported to the EU aviation safety reporting system. This may include reporting on the same or similar components, other than those covered by the design to which this AD applies, if the same unsafe condition can exist or may develop on an aircraft with those components installed. Such components may be installed under an FAA Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA), Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) or other modification.
EASA_AD_2022_0189.pdf (320 kb)
EASA_PAD_22_096.zip (621 kb)
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