AD/F100/97 Amdt 1 - State of Design Airworthiness Directives

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AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE
On the effective date specified below, and for the reasons set out in the background section, the CASA delegate whose signature appears below revokes Airworthiness Directive (AD) AD/F100/97 and issues the following AD under subregulation 39.001(1) of CASR 1998.  The AD requires that the action set out in the requirement section (being action that the delegate considers necessary to correct the unsafe condition) be taken in relation to the aircraft or aeronautical product mentioned in the applicability section: (a) in the circumstances mentioned in the requirement section; and (b) in accordance with the instructions set out in the requirement section; and (c) at the time mentioned in the compliance section.
Fokker F100 (F28 Mk 100) Series Aeroplanes
AD/F100/97 Amdt 1
State of Design Airworthiness Directives
18/2011
 
Applicability:
Fokker Aircraft B.V. F28 Mark 0100 aeroplanes.

Requirement:
1.    Determine the applicability of the Netherlands Airworthiness Directives (AD) listed in Table 1.
2.    If it is determined that a Netherlands AD listed in Table 1 is applicable and has not been previously accomplished, perform the actions required by that AD or later EASA-approved revision.

 
Table 1

Netherlands AD
Issue Date
Title

     97-060
30 June 1997
Emergency Lighting Control Panel Placard

     96-153
31 December 1996
Leading Edge Torsion Box Drainage

     96-074
28 June 1996
MLG Upper Torque Link Pin

     95-104
31 October 1995
Overwing Emergency Exit Release Handle

     95-087
31 August 1995
Wing Leading Edge Bleed Air Holes

     95-086-2
28 February 1997
Airstair Passenger Door Back-up Structure

     95-050
31 May 1995
Flight Compartment Flexible Oxygen Hoses

     95-013
28 February 1995
Landing Gear Wheel Brake Assembly

     94-172-2
31 January 1996
Outer Wing Collector Tank Area

     94-129
31 August 1994
Lavatory Pump and Filter Assembly

     94-114-4
31 July 1996
No. 1 Pitot Heating System - Replacement

     94-029
21 February 1994
Circuit Breaker Terminal Bolts

 
 
Netherlands AD
Issue Date
Title

     91-031-2
23 April 1993
MLG Downlock Actuator Mechanism

     94-024
28 January 1994
Hydraulic Return Filter Diaphragm Assembly

     93-088
12 July 1993
Flight Control Lock Handle and Switch

     93-042
22 March 1993
Fuel Supply Line/Hydraulic Line Clearance

     92-139
27 November 1992
APU - Fuel Supply and Drain Lines

     92-120
23 October 1992
Liftdumper System Electrical Wiring

     92-103
5 October 1992
Airborne Auxiliary Power - Mounting Frame

     92-087
25 September 1992
Rudder Pedal Assemblies

     92-058
24 April 1992
Cabin Attendants - Oxygen Drop-out Panels

     92-051
8 April 1992
Horiz Stabilizer/Actuator Attach Link Bolts

     92-034
25 February 1992
Autopilot Rudder Servo Input Brackets

     92-033-2
22 March 1993
HP Bleed Air Shut-off Valve Circuit Breakers

     92-028-2
20 January 1993
Return Filter Bypass Valve Assemblies

     92-016
24 January 1992
Flight Control Computer

     92-015-2
26 June 1992
APU Fuel Supply Line

     91-116
18 October 1991
Service/Emergency Door C-Latch Nylon Bushes

     91-106
13 September 1991
Flight Mode  Panel

     91-105
6 September 1991
Engine Fire Detection Wire

     91-071-2
6 April 1992
Passenger Address System

 
 
Netherlands AD
Issue Date
Title

     91-013
8 January 1991
Primary Flight Control Servo Mounts and Motors

     90-122
26 October 1990
Main Wheel Assembly

 
Note 1:  Netherlands ADs may be accessed via the internet at the following URL:
http://ad.easa.europa.eu/

Compliance:
If a certificate of airworthiness has not been issued for the aircraft - before issue of the certificate of airworthiness.
If a certificate of airworthiness has been issued for the aircraft - within 60 days after the effective date of this Directive.

 
This Amendment becomes effective on 9 September 2011.

Background:
The Netherlands ADs listed in Table 1 of this Directive require once-only actions for which the compliance date and/or period has passed.  CASA has determined that these ADs may be applicable to recently-registered Australian aircraft.  This Directive is issued to ensure all State of Design ADs are complied with.
CASA appreciates that, due to date of aircraft manufacture or aircraft configuration and modification status, some of the ADs listed in Table 1 will not be applicable to some aeroplanes.
Amendment 1 of this Airworthiness Directive has been issued to remove reference to Netherlands AD 94-146 from Table 1.  The release of EASA AD No. 2011-0158 (26 August 2011) supersedes Netherlands AD 94-146, thus removing the requirement to comply with AD 94-146 via this Directive.

Mike Higgins
Delegate of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority
31 August 2011
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