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Postby four engine jock » Wed Jan 18, 2017 8:11 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0032-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 17 Jan 2017 1426 US PACIFIC TIME / 17 Jan 2017 2226 GMT

This message is sent to all 767-300 Customers, Airlines For America, International Air Transport Association, Airline Resident Representatives, Regional Directors, Regional Managers and Boeing Field Service Bases.

CATEGORY: Engineering, Regulatory

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3632015401
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 21-Feb-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 767
PRODUCT: 767-300
ATA: 2158-00

SUBJECT: Information - AIR CONDITIONING - Cooling - Freighter Equipment Cooling System 3-Way Valve Control Logic Change - FAA Final Rule

REFERENCES:
/A/ AD 2017-01-09
/B/ 2013-NM-007-AD; SR# 2-2518405456; 12-Nov-2013 /C/ SB 767-21-0235; 29-Jul-2011 /D/ SB 767-21-0244; 08-Mar-2010 /E/ SB 767-21A0245; 27-Sept-2013 /F/ SB 767-21A0247; 09-Apr-2013 /G/ SB 767-21A0253; 12-Oct-2012 /H/ SB 767-21A0254; 07-June-2013

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SUMMARY:
Please be advised of the following notice from the FAA:

We are adopting a new airworthiness directive (AD) for certain The Boeing Company Model 767-300 and 767-300F series airplanes. This AD was prompted by reports of malfunctions in the flight deck display units, which resulted in blanking, blurring, or loss of color on the display. This AD requires modification and installation of components in the main equipment center. For certain other airplanes this AD requires modification, replacement, and installation of flight deck air relief system (FDARS) components. We are issuing this AD to address the unsafe condition on these products.

This AD is effective February 21, 2017.

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DESCRIPTION:
Applicability
This AD applies to The Boeing Company Model 767-300 and 767-300F series airplanes, certificated in any category; as identified in the service information specified in paragraphs (c)(1) through (c)(5) of this AD. This AD does not apply to The Boeing Company Model 767-300 (passenger) series airplanes.

(1) Boeing Service Bulletin 767-21-0244, Revision 1, dated March 8, 2010 (''SB 767-27-0244, R1'').
(2) Boeing Alert Service Bulletin 767-21A0245, Revision 2, dated September 27, 2013 (''ASB 767-21A0245, R2'').
(3) Boeing Alert Service Bulletin 767-21A0247, Revision 1, dated April 9, 2013 (''ASB 767-21A0247, R1'').
(4) Boeing Alert Service Bulletin 767-21A0253, dated October 12, 2012.
(5) Boeing Alert Service Bulletin 767-21A0254, dated June 7, 2013.

DESIRED ACTION:
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The complete text of the subject AD was noted in the Federal Register and will be accessible via the following World Wide Web address:

http://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies ... irectives/

Enter the AD number from ref /A/ (excluding "AD") in the search box and use your left mouse button to select "Go".

Dennis Truong, Boeing Communication System Manager

Courtney Makela - Director
Airplane Level Engineering Integration
Customer Support
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Wed Jan 18, 2017 8:12 am

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TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0031-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 17 Jan 2017 1344 US PACIFIC TIME / 17 Jan 2017 2144 GMT

This message is sent to all Customers, Regional Directors, Regional Managers and Boeing Field Service Bases.

CATEGORY: Engineering, Flight Operations, Management, Business, Publications/Manuals

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3632034249
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: No Action Required
PRODUCT TYPE: Flight Operations
PRODUCT LINE: ALL
PRODUCT: 15 - FCOM Development/Customization (COC/Contracts)
ATA:

SUBJECT: Information - FCOM/QRH Coverage for Transitioning Airplanes

REFERENCES:

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SUMMARY:
Boeing has received inquiries from owners and operators regarding the support available for development of a new Flight Crew Operations Manual/Quick Reference Handbook (FCOM/QRH) or update of an existing Boeing FCOM/QRH manual to address changes in their airplane fleet. The following clarifies the FCOM/QRH publishing options available to owners, operators, and leasing companies to address future changes when transitioning airplanes to or from your fleet.

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DESCRIPTION:
Customized FCOM/QRH
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Boeing configured FCOM/QRH coverage, provided either via a new FCOM/QRH development or incorporation into a current FCOM/QRH, is available to airplane owners/operators as part of an airplane purchase entitlement, or under a fee based contract. A configured FCOM/QRH will include the necessary limitations, systems description information and procedures which accurately reflects the current airplane configuration. While Boeing provides configured FCOM/QRH coverage to the first lessee of new Boeing airplanes purchased by leasing companies, these airplanes may not have FCOM/QRH coverage when they transition to subsequent lessees, unless the next lessee purchases it in advance of the transition. Advanced lead time is important as Boeing does not maintain current FCOM/QRH coverage for all Boeing airplanes, and the development/incorporation work may take several months.

Only the owner/operator, named on the title page of each configured FCOM/QRH, can authorize changes to their FCOM/QRH; a lessor cannot purchase or change an operator's FCOM/QRH as they are not the "owner" of the configured document. Therefore, an existing FCOM/QRH may not reflect configuration changes made to an airplane at the time of transition. The next lessee should plan for the incorporation of such changes to an airplane at the time of transition to ensure a correctly configured FCOM/QRH is available when flight operations are expected to commence.

Transitioning of Used Airplanes Between Operators
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For transition of used airplanes between operators, Boeing advises the new operator initiate discussion with Boeing as soon as transition plans are known to confirm availability of existing FCOM/QRH coverage which will satisfy immediate operating needs. Additionally, operators should also consider immediately initiating contractual discussions with Boeing to satisfy long term operational needs for an operator-specific FCOM/QRH. Note that FCOM/QRHs are published on a twice yearly schedule and changes must typically be scheduled months in advance to ensure inclusion.

If you have questions or need further information regarding configured FCOM/QRH services, please send your query to Boeing via the Service Requests application on MyBoeingFleet with the following attributes:

- Product Type = Flight Operations
- Product Line = <as appropriate>
- Product = 15 - FCOM Development/Customization (COC/Contracts)

Additionally, you may choose to contact your local Boeing Field Service Representative or your appropriate Flight Operations Airline Support Engineer for further clarification regarding the subject.

Kurt Wipior
Senior Manager, Contractual & Data Services

Lee Whittington,
Director, Flight Operations & Systems Service Engineering Commercial Aviation Services The Boeing Company

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Postby Bell 407 » Wed Jan 18, 2017 8:15 am

Thanks FEJ. Interesting information :Like:

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Postby Raffles » Wed Jan 18, 2017 3:13 pm

Thanks for the gen!

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Postby four engine jock » Wed Jan 25, 2017 9:35 am

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TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0043-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 24 Jan 2017 1614 US PACIFIC TIME / 25 Jan 2017 0014 GMT

This message is sent to all 737, 747, 757, 767, 777, and 787 customers, Airline Resident Representatives, and Boeing Field Service Bases.

CATEGORY: Maintenance, Engineering, Flight Operations, Management, Business, Safety, Regulatory

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3651825113
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: No Action Required
PRODUCT TYPE: Modifications
PRODUCT LINE: SEVERAL
PRODUCT: Avionics
ATA:


SUBJECT: Information - Retrofit to install an 8.8 kHz Low Frequency - Underwater Locator Device (LF-ULD).

REFERENCES:


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SUMMARY:
This Multiple Operator Message is being sent to provide 737, 747, 757, 767, 777, and 787 customers information regarding the available Retrofit to install an 8.8 kHz Low Frequency - Underwater Locator Device (LF-ULD).

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DESCRIPTION:
Boeing Commercial Aviation Services (CAS) Modification Services has developed a Retrofit solution for the installation of the 8.8 kHz Low Frequency - Underwater Locator Device (LF-ULD). The purpose for the LF-ULD is to help recovery from oversea accidents by locating the airplane faster. The Boeing Retrofit solution provides an FAA approved Service Bulletin, the LF-ULD, and associated mounting hardware. The LF-ULD will be installed near the existing Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder locations, and this is a common installation across all models (737, 747, 757, 767, 777, and 787). The LF-ULD has a 12 nautical mile propagation range, and operating depth of 20,00 feet (6096 meters), and an operating life of 90 days. The Retrofit is a self-contained unit that is mounted to the airplane, as shown on the attached presentation.

Due to the near term mandates of several regulatory agencies to install an LF-ULD, Boeing has developed this Retrofit solution to assist customers with meeting the mandates. Boeing Service Bulletins will be created after Retrofit Proposals are offered, and accepted. Boeing plans to release Blockpoint Service Bulletins starting in June 2017. Once a Proposal is accepted, customers will be notified on the next scheduled Blockpoint Service Bulletin release date.

Customers can request a Retrofit Proposal sending a request into airplaneservices@boeing.com. You may also contact your CAS Sales Director or Modification Services Customer Engineering account manager for assistance. When requesting a Retrofit, please identify the airplane model and serial number (or similar airplane identifier) so that the Retrofit Proposal can be offered on specified airplanes.

If attachments are referred to, and are not present, please access them by logging into MyBoeingFleet Service Requests application. If you have further questions, you may contact the appropriate Airline Support Manager.

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Postby Bell 407 » Wed Jan 25, 2017 9:39 am

four engine jock wrote:SUBJECT: Information - Retrofit to install an 8.8 kHz Low Frequency - Underwater Locator Device (LF-ULD).

At last, something being done re MH370 :good:

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Postby Raffles » Wed Jan 25, 2017 12:06 pm

737, 747, 757, 767, 777, and 787 customers


727 not included?

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Postby Moertoe Pilut » Wed Jan 25, 2017 6:26 pm

727 seems to be no longer supported by Boeing anymore, for a long time already...
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Postby four engine jock » Thu Jan 26, 2017 8:53 am

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TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0044-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 25 Jan 2017 1619 US PACIFIC TIME / 26 Jan 2017 0019 GMT

The following message is sent to all 737 Operators with copies to respective Field Service Representatives and GSE Licensees.

CATEGORY: GSE/Tooling

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3655257721
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: No Action Required
PRODUCT TYPE: Facility/Gnd Ops Data & Srvcs
PRODUCT LINE: 737
PRODUCT: SED / TCB - Support Equipment Design / Tool Change Bulletin
ATA:


SUBJECT: Information - C26004-78 & -79/ Tool Change Bulletin (TCB): Test Eqpt - Engine Fire Extinguishing System

REFERENCES:

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SUMMARY:
TOOL CHANGE BULLETIN (TCB) IDENTIFIES MANDATORY CHANGES TO GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (GSE) UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

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DESCRIPTION:
GSE PART NUMBER: C26004 - 78 & -79

NOMENCLATURE: TEST EQPT - ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM

REASON FOR CHANGE:
Boeing will reinstate the C26004-78 & -79 for 737 -300 through -900. The end items were superseded in error. The C26004-83 & -84 are still preferred for future procurement. The new configuration adds a clamp assembly for use on 737-7/-8/-8200/-9 aircraft.

BOEING ACTION:
The following drawing sheets and/or documents will be revised per the schedule below.

Drawing Sheet Revision Release Date
C26004 1 K 10-FEB-17
C26004 2 F 10-FEB-17
C26004 3 B 10-FEB-17

AFFECTED MANUAL/DOCUMENT
Manual Reference Model/Series Release Date
AMM 26-21-00 737-300/400/500 25-MAR-17
AMM 26-21-00 737-600/700/800/900 15-FEB-17

SUGGESTED OPERATOR ACTION
Please continue to use the test equipment C26004 -78 & -79 for 737-300 through -900. For customers adding the 737-7/-8/-8200/-9 to their fleet, please rework the -78 and -79 into -83 and -84 respectively per Revision J rework instructions.

Please distribute information to all affected airline organizations.

If attachments are referred to, and are not present, please access them by logging into MyBoeingFleet Service Requests application.

Chris Johnson-Pasqua
Director - Maintenance Engineering
Customer Support
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company
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ECCN EAR99 per BPI-4455
NO LICENSE IS REQUIRED FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF THE COMMERCIAL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN TO FOREIGN PERSONS OTHER THAN THOSE FROM OR IN TERRORIST SUPPORTING COUNTRIES IDENTIFIED IN THE EAR. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN CONTROL OF THIS DATA TO ABIDE BY U.S. EXPORT LAWS

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Postby four engine jock » Tue Jan 31, 2017 8:11 am

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TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0057-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 30 Jan 2017 1652 US PACIFIC TIME / 31 Jan 2017 0052 GMT

The following message is sent to all 737 Operators with copies to respective Field Service Representatives and GSE Licensees.

CATEGORY: GSE/Tooling

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3666750292
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: No Action Required
PRODUCT TYPE: Facility/Gnd Ops Data & Srvcs
PRODUCT LINE: 737
PRODUCT: SED / TCB - Support Equipment Design / Tool Change Bulletin
ATA:


SUBJECT: Information - G32075-16/ Tool Change Bulletin (TCB): Test Equipment - Brake Bleed Port

REFERENCES:


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THIS TOOL CHANGE BULLETIN (TCB) IDENTIFIES NEW TOOL AVAILABILITY FOR GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (GSE).

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DESCRIPTION:
GSE PART NUMBER: G32075-16

NOMENCLATURE: TEST EQUIPMENT - BRAKE BLEED

REASON FOR CHANGE: ** NEW TOOL AVAILABLE ** This new tool is applicable for both the 747 and the 737. The new design improves tool function. The tool clarifies the connection of the gauge to the brake bleed port.

BOEING ACTION:
The following drawing sheets and/or documents will be revised per schedule below.

Drawing Sheet Revision Release Date
G32075 1 A 13-FEB-17

AFFECTED MANUAL/DOCUMENT
Manual Reference Model/Series Release Date
AMM 32-42-00 737-600 03-JUL-17
AMM 32-42-00 737-7 03-JUL-17
AMM 32-42-00 737-700 03-JUL-17
AMM 32-42-00 737-8 03-JUL-17
AMM 32-42-00 737-800 03-JUL-17
AMM 32-42-00 737-8200 03-JUL-17
AMM 32-42-00 737-9 03-JUL-17
AMM 32-42-00 737-900 03-JUL-17

SUGGESTED OPERATOR ACTION
Please procure the G32075-16 tool for the brake control system functional test. For customers who operate both the 737 and the 747, the G32075-16 tool will perform the task for both models. This tool is used as part of supplemental procedure to the AMM task 32-42-00-715-324 when the brake control is found in service.

Please distribute information to all affected airline organizations.

If attachments are referred to, and are not present, please access them by logging into MyBoeingFleet Service Requests application.

Chris Johnson-Pasqua
Director - Maintenance Engineering
Customer Support
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company
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ECCN EAR99 per BPI-4455
NO LICENSE IS REQUIRED FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF THE COMMERCIAL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN TO FOREIGN PERSONS OTHER THAN THOSE FROM OR IN TERRORIST SUPPORTING COUNTRIES IDENTIFIED IN THE EAR. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN CONTROL OF THIS DATA TO ABIDE BY U.S. EXPORT LAWS

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Postby four engine jock » Tue Jan 31, 2017 8:12 am

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TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0056-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 30 Jan 2017 1609 US PACIFIC TIME / 31 Jan 2017 0009 GMT

The following message is sent to all Boeing Customers, Maintenance Repair Organizations (MROs), Civil Aviation Authorities, Airlines For America, International Air Transport Association, Airline Resident Representatives, Regional Directors, Regional Managers, and Boeing Field Service Bases.

CATEGORY: Maintenance, Engineering, Regulatory

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3666355480
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 27-Feb-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Maint. Planning and Programs
PRODUCT LINE: SEVERAL
PRODUCT: Seminars, Maintenance Program
ATA:


SUBJECT: Information - Maintenance Reliability and Cost Analysis Seminar

REFERENCES:
/A/ 4-3613936248


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SUMMARY:
The purpose of this message is to inform you of the upcoming Maintenance Reliability and Cost Analysis Seminar. The Boeing Company's Maintenance Programs Engineering Organization will be hosting this seminar. The seminar will be held March 12-17, 2017 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Anaheim-Orange County in Orange, California.

*Registration: https://active.boeing.com/fleetteam/mrca/
*Registration Fee: $ 2,200.00 (USD), does not include hotel accommodations *Hotel Reservation cutoff date: March 3, 2017 or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first.


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DESCRIPTION:
This seminar is designed for airline personnel who are responsible for managing and maintaining their fleet of airplanes in an airworthy condition at an optimum cost using reliability methods that satisfy FAA and EASA regulatory requirements.

The tenet of this seminar is based on FAA's FAR 121.373 Continuing Analysis and Surveillance (CAS) and AC 120-79 and AC 120-17A. A robust relational database collection system will enable airlines to perform analytics to determine the performance at the fleet level cascading next to the airplane, system and component. The performance data supplemented by surveillance (audit) data is the basis for making judgments to correct defects on/off aircraft and make adjustments to processes and procedures optimizing airworthiness and maintenance costs. The seminar content is continuously refreshed to keep pace with industry regulations and technologies. It also features guest speakers from the industry who are invited to offer their perspective on reliability issues and topics.

Topics:
*Maintenance and Reliability Program Relationship *Reliability Regulatory Requirements *Organizational Structure Policies & Procedures *Performance Standards *Data Collection System *Data Display and Reports *Aircraft Flight Statistics *Data Analysis and Corrective Action *Schedule Reliability *System and Component Reliability *Powerplant Reliability *Extended Operations (ETOPS) Reliability Program *Structures Reliability *Maintenance Program Optimization *Maintenance Cost Analysis *Maintenance Cost Drivers and Metrics *Component Reliability Measurement, Mapping, Rogue Components *Quantifying Airplane Maintenance Costs *Service Bulletin Evaluation and Cost Benefit Analysis *Delays and How to Mitigate it *ATA Spec 2000

Other Seminar Highlights:
* Welcome Reception: Sunday, March 12, 2017
* Boeing Merchandise Store: Onsite Tuesday, March 14, 2017
* Huntington Beach Main Street Tour: Tuesday, March 14, 2017
* Dinner Banquet/Private Ship Tour: Thursday, March 16, 2017
* Served daily: Continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack



DESIRED ACTION:
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1. Hotel Reservation:
Boeing has negotiated a discounted daily room rate of $136.00 plus 10.3 % tax, available until March 3, 2017 or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first. After cut-off date, rooms may be sold based on availability at Hotel's prevailing rate. Please contact administrator if you require assistance with booking reservation. If you are booking by other means, mention "Boeing Fleet Maintenance Seminar" to obtain the discount rate. Boeing recommends that you book the hotel early as rooms are limited at this rate.

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Anaheim - Orange County
100 The City Drive
Orange, California 92868 USA
Direct: 1-714-634-4500
Reservations: 1-800-222-8733
Direct Seminar reservation link:

http://doubletree.hilton.com/en/dt/grou ... .mc_id=POG

2. Seminar Registration:
Register directly on-line at https://active.boeing.com/fleetteam/mrca/

A. Contact Lorraine Ortiz, Seminar Administrator, via email (lorraine.ortiz@boeing.com) or phone (1-562-221-0137).
B. Payment Method: Credit Card and Cash payments are not accepted. Payment methods are provided in your registration Confirmation email or by contacting the seminar administrator.
C. Registration cutoff date: March 8, 2017.


You may view offered Commercial Aviation Services Meetings, Conferences and Seminars at http://active.boeing.com/nosearch/svceng/events.cfm.


If attachments are referred to, and are not present, please access them by logging into MyBoeingFleet Service Requests application. If you have further questions, you may contact the appropriate Airline Support Manager.

https://myboeingfleet.boeing.com/servic ... torMessage

Daniel Marandola - Senior Manager
Maintenance Programs Engineering
Customer Support
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Wed Feb 01, 2017 8:19 am

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TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0058-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 31 Jan 2017 1056 US PACIFIC TIME / 31 Jan 2017 1856 GMT

This message is sent to ALL 767 Customers, with Freighter aircrafts, Regional Directors, Regional Managers and Boeing Field Service Bases.

CATEGORY: Maintenance

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3668151700
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: No Action Required
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 767
PRODUCT: 767-200
ATA: 5230-00


SUBJECT: Action - Create Part Support Plan for Rotary Actuators, Part Number (P/N 544646-XX)

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SUMMARY:
This message is sent to ensure operators are aware of the Maintenance Planning Data (MPD) requirement to limit use of 767 Main Deck Cargo Door Rotary Actuators, P/N 544646-XX, to 20,000 flight cycles.

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DESCRIPTION:
The rotary actuators, P/N 544646-11, used on the 767 Main Deck Cargo Door are the same rotary actuators used on the 747 Main Deck Side Cargo Door. The main cargo door hinge line on the 767 is located closer to the crown of the airplane than the 747 Main Deck Side Cargo Door. In addition, the fuselage diameters of the 747 and 767 are different, and the degree the cargo doors open is different between the 747 and 767. These design differences between the airplanes subject the 767 rotary actuators to higher loads than the 747 rotary actuators, resulting in reduced fatigue life of the 767 rotary actuators. In the 1994 timeframe, Boeing, MOOG Inc. and the operators worked together and determined requirements for the rotary actuators on the 767 Main Deck Cargo Door, which resulted in development of 767 Maintenance Planning Data (MPD), Item Number 52-043-00, AMM, Reference 52-32-03-002 and 52-32-03-402, 767 Main Deck Cargo Door Rotary Actuators. That MPD item limits the 767 rotary actuator life to 20,000 airplane flight cycles at which point they need to be discarded.

Note: Boeing recommends only installing new or previously used 767 Main Deck Cargo Door Rotary Actuators which have known usage cycles to ensure MPD compliance. Additionally, there are no overhaul procedures available to zero-time a used actuator as the ring gear is integral to the housing.

DESIRED ACTION:
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Boeing recommends operators create a parts support plan with MOOG Inc. to support fleet maintenance plans.

Note: Boeing has contacted MOOG Inc., and they are aware of this subject. Normal (routine) lead time to receive a subject replacement Rotary Actuator is approximately 15 months. Operators should consider this lead time when scheduling this maintenance operation.

If attachments are referred to, and are not present, please access them by logging into MyBoeingFleet Service Requests application. If you have further questions, you may contact the appropriate Airline Support Manager.

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Julie Vaughan - 7-Series Pressurized Doors Mitch Lee - 767 Deputy Fleet Chief Commercial Aviation Services The Boeing Company

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Postby Bell 407 » Wed Feb 01, 2017 9:46 am

Thanks FEJ. Interesting stuff to read about :good:

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Postby four engine jock » Thu Feb 02, 2017 8:49 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0063-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 01 Feb 2017 1630 US PACIFIC TIME / 02 Feb 2017 0030 GMT

The following message is sent to all 767 Operators with copies to respective Field Service Representatives and GSE Licensees.

CATEGORY: GSE/Tooling

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3672683826
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: No Action Required
PRODUCT TYPE: Facility/Gnd Ops Data & Srvcs
PRODUCT LINE: 767
PRODUCT: SED / TCB - Support Equipment Design / Tool Change Bulletin
ATA:



SUBJECT: Information - A34017-1/ Tool Change Bulletin (TCB): Test Adapter Kit - Pitot Static Continuity Leak And Flushing

REFERENCES:


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SUMMARY:
THIS TOOL CHANGE BULLETIN (TCB) IDENTIFIES NEW TOOL AVAILABILITY FOR GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (GSE).

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DESCRIPTION:
GSE PART NUMBER: A34017-1

NOMENCLATURE: TEST ADAPTER KIT - PITOT STATIC CONTINUITY LEAK AND FLUSHING

REASON FOR CHANGE: ** NEW TOOL AVAILABLE ** The A34017-1 Test Adapter Kit is required to use in conjunction with COM-1914 and COM-12771 to perform continuity leak and flushing testing of the 767.

BOEING ACTION:
The following drawing sheets and/or documents will be generated and revised per the schedule below.

Drawing Sheet Revision Release Date
A34017 1 - 10-FEB-17

AFFECTED MANUAL/DOCUMENT
Manual Reference Model/Series Release Date
AMM 34-11-00 767-ALL 22-FEB-17

SUGGESTED OPERATOR ACTION
Please consider procuring the test adapter kit A34017-1 to perform continuity leak and flushing testing.

Please distribute information to all affected airline organizations.


If attachments are referred to, and are not present, please access them by logging into MyBoeingFleet Service Requests application.

Chris Johnson-Pasqua
Director - Maintenance Engineering
Customer Support
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company
________________________________________________________________________________________
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Postby four engine jock » Fri Feb 03, 2017 8:21 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0026-01B(R1)] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 02 Feb 2017 1458 US PACIFIC TIME / 02 Feb 2017 2258 GMT

CORRECTED COPY

This message supersedes Message Number MOM-MOM-17-0026-01B dated 13-Jan-2017 16:22:53 US PACIFIC TIME. Please destroy all copies of Message Number MOM-MOM-17-0026-01B.

Reason for Corrected Copy:
Final Agenda is now available.

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0026-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 13 Jan 2017 1622 US PACIFIC TIME / 14 Jan 2017 0022 GMT



This message is sent to all 757/767 Operators, Leasing Companies, MRO's, Regional Directors, Regional Managers, Airline Resident Representatives and Boeing Field Service Bases.

CATEGORY: Maintenance, Engineering, Management

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3623595028
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 10-Feb-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 757/767
PRODUCT: 757/767
ATA: 0000-68


SUBJECT: Action - Invitation to 757/767 FLEET TEAM Meeting - March 7-9, 2017 in Seal Beach, California

REFERENCES:
/A/ IdeaXchange FTE-00-16019 757-767 Announcing the 757-767 Fleet Team F2F Meeting /B/ Detailed Agenda


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SUMMARY:
This message is to provide registration and logistical information to operators attending the 757 / 767 FLEET TEAM Meeting which will be held in Seal Beach, CA USA - March 7-9, 2017

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DESCRIPTION:
Boeing is pleased to invite all 757 and 767 operators to attend and participate in a combined 757 and 767 Fleet Team Meeting that will be held in Seal Beach, CA March 7-9, 2017.

During the 757/767 Fleet Team meeting we plan to review and discuss current open economic and safety-related issues (listed and discussed on the Fleet Team Xchange bulletin board) and other topics of fleet interest.

We believe this meeting will provide a great opportunity to meet other airline and Boeing personnel and together discuss the resolution of major issues that impact engineering, maintenance and operations.

REGISTRATION FOR THE MEETING:
Online registration is accessible through our meeting and conference calendar.

https://active.boeing.com/fleetteam/757-767/

AGENDA:
The agenda for the subject meeting is summarized below and a detail agenda /ref B/ is attached to this message.

SCHEDULE / LOCATION:

Monday, 06 March 2017 Boeing (Location: TBD), Seal Beach CA
757 FIM Meeting: MOM & Registration will be sent out separately

Tuesday, 07 March 2017 Boeing Auditorium Building 80.1, Seal Beach, CA
757 Fleet Team Meeting: General Session

Tuesday, 07 March 2017 Hilton Waterfront, Huntington Beach, CA
Supplier Tradeshow

Wednesday, 08 March 2017 Boeing Auditorium Building 80.1, Seal Beach, CA
757/767 Fleet Team Meeting: General Session

Wednesday, 08 March 2017 Lyon Air Museum, Santa Ana, CA
Evening Event - Reception

Thursday, 09 March 2017 Boeing Auditorium Building 80.1, Seal Beach, CA
767 Fleet Team Meeting: General Session

Refreshments, Breakfast, and Lunch will be provided each day of the meeting.
Government-issued photo identification, or passport for Non-US citizens, is required to obtain a Boeing visitor badge.

Additional details regarding the agenda and other meeting information will be provided, as necessary, in an update to this message. The information will also be added to the Fleet Team Xchange bulletin board calendar when it becomes available.

We look forward to your participation in the meeting.


RECOMMENDED HOTEL AND TRANSPORTATION:
For your convenience, Boeing has arranged for a block of rooms at the Hilton Waterfront, Huntington Beach at a group discount price. Attendees are asked to make their own reservations. Group rates and hotel reservations details will be available at the Meeting Registration site noted below.

Boeing will provide transportation from this location to the Meetings and to the evening event.


DESIRED ACTION:
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If you plan to attend the 757-767 FLEET TEAM meeting(s), please register and book your hotel reservation by Friday February 10, 2017.


Kevin Kaelber - 767 Fleet Support Chief

Ed Carter - 757 Fleet Support Chief

Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company


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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Wed Feb 08, 2017 8:51 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0072-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 07 Feb 2017 1734 US PACIFIC TIME / 08 Feb 2017 0134 GMT

The following message is sent to all 737, 747, 757, 767, and 777 Operators with copies to respective Field Service Representatives and GSE Licensees.

CATEGORY: GSE/Tooling

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3685915638
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: No Action Required
PRODUCT TYPE: Facility/Gnd Ops Data & Srvcs
PRODUCT LINE: 737/747/757/767/777
PRODUCT: SED / TCB - Support Equipment Design / Tool Change Bulletin
ATA:



SUBJECT: Information - C35004-1/ Tool Change Bulletin (TCB): Pry Bar Eqpt - Firing Pin, PSU

REFERENCES:


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SUMMARY:
THIS TOOL CHANGE BULLETIN (TCB) IDENTIFIES NEW TOOL AVAILABILITY FOR GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (GSE).

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DESCRIPTION:
GSE PART NUMBER: C35004-1

NOMENCLATURE: PRY BAR EQPT - FIRING PIN, PSU

REASON FOR CHANGE: ** NEW TOOL AVAILABLE ** This convenience tool was added to assist technicians during passenger oxygen generator activation and deactivation tasks. It may be used independently or in conjunction with existing retraction pliers.

BOEING ACTION:
The following drawing sheets and/or documents will be generated and revised per the schedule below.

Drawing Sheet Revision Release Date
C35004 1 - 27-JAN-17

AFFECTED MANUAL/DOCUMENT
Manual Reference Model/Series Release Date
AMM 35-21-04 757-ALL 20-MAY-17
AMM 35-21-04 767-ALL 04-APR-17
AMM 35-21-11 737-MAX 15-MAY-17
AMM 35-21-11 777-ALL 05-MAY-17
AMM 35-22-11 737-300/400/500 25-MAR-17
AMM 35-22-11 737-600/700/800/900 15-JUN-17
AMM 35-22-11 747-ALL 15-JUL-17

SUGGESTED OPERATOR ACTION
Please consider procuring the pry bar equipment C35004-1 to assist with the passenger oxygen generator activation and deactivation tasks.

Please distribute information to all affected airline organizations.

If attachments are referred to, and are not present, please access them by logging into MyBoeingFleet Service Requests application.

Chris Johnson-Pasqua
Director - Maintenance Engineering
Customer Support
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company
________________________________________________________________________________________
ECCN EAR99 per BPI-4455
NO LICENSE IS REQUIRED FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF THE COMMERCIAL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN TO FOREIGN PERSONS OTHER THAN THOSE FROM OR IN TERRORIST SUPPORTING COUNTRIES IDENTIFIED IN THE EAR. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN CONTROL OF THIS DATA TO ABIDE BY U.S. EXPORT LAWS

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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Fri Feb 10, 2017 8:51 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0075-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 09 Feb 2017 1453 US PACIFIC TIME / 09 Feb 2017 2253 GMT

This message is sent to all 737-100/-200/-300/-400/-500 Customers, Airlines For America, International Air Transport Association, Airline Resident Representatives, Regional Directors, Regional Managers and Boeing Field Service Bases.

CATEGORY: Engineering, Regulatory.

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3690932771
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 14-Mar-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 737
PRODUCT: 737-100/-200/-300/-400/-500
ATA: 5331-00


SUBJECT: Information - FUSELAGE - Skin - Upper and Lower Corners of Aft Doorways Inspection and Repair - FAA Final Rule

REFERENCES:
/A/ AD 2017-02-05
/B/ 2016-NM-074-AD, SR#4-3299052938;Dated 06-Oct-2016 /C/ SB 737-53A1350 Rev 0;Dated 06-May-2016


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SUMMARY:
Please be advised of the following notice from the FAA:

We are adopting a new airworthiness directive (AD) for all The Boeing Company Model 737-100, -200, -200C, -300, -400, and -500 series airplanes. This AD was prompted by reports of skin cracking found at the corners of the aft entry and aft galley doorways. This AD requires repetitive inspections for cracking of the fuselage skin assembly and the bear strap at the corners of the aft entry and aft galley doorways, and repair if necessary, which terminates the repetitive inspections of the repaired areas. We are issuing this AD to address the unsafe condition on these products.

This AD is effective March 14, 2017.


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DESCRIPTION:
Applicability:
(1) This AD applies to all The Boeing Company Model 737-100, -200, -200C, -300, -400, and -500 series airplanes; certificated in any category; as identified in Boeing Alert Service Bulletin 737-53A1350, dated May 6, 2016.
(2) Installation of Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) ST01219SE (http://rgl.faa.gov/Regulatory_and_Guida ... =st01219se) does not affect the ability to accomplish the actions required by this AD. Therefore, for airplanes on which STC ST01219SE is installed, a ''change in product'' alternative method of compliance (AMOC) approval request is not necessary to comply with the requirements of 14 CFR 39.17.

DESIRED ACTION:
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The complete text of the subject AD was noted in the Federal Register and will be accessible via the following World Wide Web address:

http://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies ... irectives/

Enter the AD number from ref /A/ (excluding "AD") in the search box and use your left mouse button to select "Go".


Dennis Truong, Boeing Communication System Manager

Courtney Makela - Director
Airplane Level Engineering Integration
Customer Support
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company

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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby Bell 407 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 1:56 pm

Thanks FEJ. Always find these bulletins interesting to read :good:

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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Tue Feb 14, 2017 8:19 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0088-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 13 Feb 2017 1319 US PACIFIC TIME / 13 Feb 2017 2119 GMT

This message is sent to all Repair Stations, Regional Directors, Regional Managers and Boeing Field Service Bases.

CATEGORY: Publications/Manuals

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3699342062
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 27-Feb-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Digital Data Support
PRODUCT LINE: SEVERAL
PRODUCT: XML
ATA:


SUBJECT: Information - Future User Experience and Product Upgrade for XML/Excel Download

REFERENCES:

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SUMMARY:
The following information is time-sensitive and is specifically directed to recipients of the Boeing eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and Microsoft Excel Supplement Data download.

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DESCRIPTION:
Previous communication informed our customers regarding:
. A Future User Experience and product upgrade around Maintenance Documents - MOM-MOM-16-0453-01B dated 05 Jul 2016
. Boeing Digital Technical Documents (TechDoc) - MOM-MOM-16-0593-01B dated 01 Sep 2016
. An update regarding TechDoc - MOM-MOM-16-0832-01B dated 15 Dec 2016

We are pleased to announce that we will be extending the Future User Experience to include the "XML/Excel Supplement Product Downloads".

WHY IS THIS HAPPENING?
Delivering this new user experience is one of the initial steps towards our goal of providing you a more streamlined and user friendly way to access data entitlements. You will continue to have the ability to search, view, download, print and receive email notification for your maintenance data with our upgraded solution.

WHEN IS THIS HAPPENING?
Transition to the new XML/Excel Supplement Product Download Library will begin in the 3rd Quarter of 2017.

A sample of the new XML/Excel Supplement Download product is now available. The sample data can be found using the Product Downloads link on the Maintenance Documents product page. On the Product Downloads page select the link "XML/Excel Supplement - Replacement Download" under the Document Downloads section.

WHAT TO EXPECT?
To provide better consistency across our products and because there are no "actual" CDs/DVDs with the XML/Excel Supplement download, you will see a couple of minor changes that may affect how you currently process your XML/Excel Supplement data. The changes are as follows:

1) Document Directory Structure naming convention will change. This structure is comprised of the following components, in underscore-delimited fields:

The first field is a customer code designation. In the case where a document or supplement is not tailored for any particular customer, a value of "ALL" is used.

The second field is a document type.

The third field is a volume type. This is used when a document type contains multiple volumes. In most cases, this will be empty.

The fourth field is document identifier (i.e., Document number such as D6...).

The fifth field is the supplement identifier, if the product is a supplement.

The sixth field is the product label.

The seventh field is the issue date of a document or a supplement.
Example of current structure:
MPD_777__D622W001XMLSUP__20170105.ZIP

Example of future structure:
ALL_MPD__D626A001_D626A001XMLSUP_XML_20161015T000000Z

In the above example:
Customer Code = ALL
Document Type = MPD
Volume Type =
Document Identifier = D626A001
Supplement Identifier = D626A001XMLSUP
Product Label = XML
Issue Date = 20170115T000000Z.ZIP


2) The MPD XML and Excel Supplement Data will be separated into individual zip packages.
Example of current structure:
MPD_777__D622W001XMLSUP__20170105.ZIP
mpdsup.xml
mpboe04.dtd
imgmap.txt
README.TXT
mpdsup.xls
mpdsup_cgm.zip


Example of future structure XML Supplement:
ALL_MPD__D626A001_D626A001XMLSUP_XML_20161015T000000Z
mpdsup.xml
mpboe04.dtd
imgmap.txt
mpdsup_cgm.zip

Example of future structure Excel Supplement:
ALL_MPD__D626A001_D626A001XLSUP_EXCEL_20161015T000000Z
mpdsup.xls


If you have questions regarding Digital Data, please contact the Data Architecture and Standards Team (DAST) via a Service Request (SR) through the Boeing Communication System (BCS). Select the following fields:

Product Type = Digital Data Support
Product Line = (appropriate model option) and
Product = SGML

Best Regards,


DESIRED ACTION:
==============
Please review for implementation into your current processes.

Jowene Prouty-Black, Data Architecutre and Standards Team (DAST)

Larry P. Little, Maintenance and Leasing Solutions - Technical Content Management
Digital Aviation
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company

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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Wed Feb 15, 2017 9:09 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0090-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 14 Feb 2017 1326 US PACIFIC TIME / 14 Feb 2017 2126 GMT

This message is sent to 767-200/-300/-400 Customers, Airlines For America, International Air Transport Association, Airline Resident Representatives, Regional Directors, Regional Managers and Boeing Field Service Bases.

CATEGORY: Engineering, Regulatory

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3701559201
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 16-Mar-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 767
PRODUCT: 767-200/-300/-400
ATA: 3810-00



SUBJECT: Information - WATER/WASTE - Potable - Section 41 Potable Water Couplings Inspection and Replacement and Spray Shroud Installation - FAA Final Rule

REFERENCES:
/A/ AD 2017-02-03
/B/ 2014-NM-059-AD;SR#3-3518492391, dated 31-May-2016 /C/ SB 767-38A0073, dated 08-Sep-2016


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SUMMARY:
Please be advised of the following notice from the FAA:

We are adopting a new airworthiness directive (AD) for certain The Boeing Company Model 767-200, -300, and -400ER series airplanes. This AD was prompted by a report of a malfunction of the engine indication and crew alerting system (EICAS) during flight. This AD requires, for certain airplanes, a general visual inspection of the spray shield, and related investigative and corrective actions if necessary. We are issuing this AD to address the unsafe condition on these products.

This AD is effective March 16, 2017.

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DESCRIPTION:
Applicability

This AD applies to The Boeing Company Model 767-200, -300, and -400ER series airplanes, certificated in any category, as identified in Boeing Alert Service Bulletin 767-38A0073, Revision 2, dated August 10, 2015.

DESIRED ACTION:
==============
The complete text of the subject AD was noted in the Federal Register and will be accessible via the following World Wide Web address:

http://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies ... irectives/

Enter the AD number from ref /A/ (excluding "AD") in the search box and use your left mouse button to select "Go".


Dennis Truong, Boeing Communication System Manager

Courtney Makela - Director
Airplane Level Engineering Integration
Customer Support
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company


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