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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Wed Feb 15, 2017 9:10 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0086-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 14 Feb 2017 1000 US PACIFIC TIME / 14 Feb 2017 1800 GMT

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

CATEGORY: Computing

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3696233685
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 18-Feb-2017
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: NONE
PRODUCT: NONE
ATA: 0000-51

SUBJECT: Information - The Boeing Communication System will be unavailable due to a functionality upgrade

The Boeing Communication System will be unavailable due to a functionality upgrade on February 18, 2017 from 11:30 AM Pacific Time to 12:30 PM Pacific Time. The Service Requests Application (SR App) hosted on MyBoeingFleet (MBF) will also be unavailable during this maintenance outage.

For routine issues with a response date of three days or more, please submit your request through the Service Requests Application (SR App) once it becomes available again.

If you need assistance with an AOG or critical technical issue during this outage, please call 206-544-7500.

For Material Management issues, continue to use the existing First Responder Team e-mail address. If your order is AOG, please call: 206-662-6650. Faxed orders will remain queued in the system until it is brought back on line.


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 four engine jock » Wed Feb 22, 2017 1:48 pm

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0105-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 21 Feb 2017 1448 US PACIFIC TIME / 21 Feb 2017 2248 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, Regulator

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3718333387
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 10-Mar-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/ 4-3666355480
/B/ 4-3613936248


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SUMMARY:
A limited number of seats are available at 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.

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Daniel Marandola - Senior Manager
Maintenance Programs Engineering
Customer Support
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 22, 2017 1:50 pm

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0102-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 21 Feb 2017 0921 US PACIFIC TIME / 21 Feb 2017 1721 GMT

This message is sent to 737/747/757/767/777/787 Customers, Airline Resident Representatives, Regional Directors, Regional Managers and Boeing Field Service Bases.

CATEGORY: Maintenance, Engineering, Publications/Manuals

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3717182264
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: No Action Required
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 737/747/757/767/777/787
PRODUCT: 737/747/757/767/777/787
ATA: 0000-64



SUBJECT: Information - IPC/IPD - Potentially Higher Than Normal Revision Activity

REFERENCES:


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SUMMARY:
Boeing is currently working to automate the inclusion of information from the Boeing Spares Technical Engineering Process System (STEPS) in the Illustrated Parts Catalog (IPC) and Illustrated Parts Data (IPD) manuals.

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DESCRIPTION:
An effort is currently in progress to automate the inclusion of 'Supplier Code', 'Specification Number', 'Manufactured From', 'Optional Parts' and 'For Spares Procure' data from STEPS into the IPC (for 737, 747, 757, 767, and 777) and IPD (for 787).

For upcoming Revisions to the IPC/IPD, this activity may result in an unusually high number of items that indicate they were modified since the previous revision. This message is only a notification. No action is required by operators using the IPC/IPD manuals.


Frank Padilla - IPC/IPD Manager

Christopher Johnson-Pasqua
Director - Maintenance Engineering
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company

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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Fri Feb 24, 2017 9:10 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0110-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 23 Feb 2017 1546 US PACIFIC TIME / 23 Feb 2017 2346 GMT

This message is sent to all 767 operators (767-200/-200SF/-300/-300BCF/-400ER), and customers and to respective Boeing Field Service bases, regional directors: the International Air Transport Association, and Airline Resident Representatives.

CATEGORY: Maintenance, Engineering, Publications/Manuals

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3724829660
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 24-Feb-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 767
PRODUCT: 767-200/-300/-400
ATA: 5300-00



SUBJECT: Information - SRM figure on SRM 53-00-01-2R-33 related to lap splice external repair at STA 1395 at S-26R.

REFERENCES:
/A/ MOM-MOM-16-0829-01B
/B/ 767-200/-200SF/-300/-300BCF/-400ER SRM Temporary Revision (TR), Repair 53-00-01-2R-33, dated 12-Sep-


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SUMMARY:
The purpose of this message is to advise that a Temporary Revision SRM has been issued that provides the correct repair detail.

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DESCRIPTION:
Ref /A/ message informed operators of an incorrect figure (Detail V) in reference /B/ which did not reflect the SRM instructions.
Ref /A/ also noted that a Temporary Revision SRM would be issued to obsolete the incorrect figure (Detail V), corresponding cross section views, and inspection detail, and a new figure (Detail VI) will be added to reflect the correct repair detail.
The purpose of this message is to advise operators that a Temporary Revision SRM has been released issued that provides the correct repair detail.
Following is the list of TRs that have been released:
TR 53-133, DTD 1-Mar-17 for 767-200-53-00-01, REPAIR 33 TR 53-125, DTD 1-Mar-17 for767-200SF-53-00-01, REPAIR 33 TR 53-131, DTD 1-Mar-17 for767-300-53-00-01, REPAIR 33 TR 53-125, DTD 1-Mar-17 for 767-300BCF-53-00-01, REPAIR 33 TR 53-132, DTD 1-Mar-17 for767-400-53-00-01, REPAIR 33 The revision to the subject SRM 53-00-01, Repair 33 is planned for April 15, 2017.

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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Toofan Namini - Structures Engineer
Charles Chilvers - Senior Manager
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company

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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Fri Feb 24, 2017 9:11 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0109-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 23 Feb 2017 0932 US PACIFIC TIME / 23 Feb 2017 1732 GMT

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

CATEGORY: Maintenance, Engineering

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3722211778
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: No Action Required
PRODUCT TYPE: Service Bulletin
PRODUCT LINE: SEVERAL
PRODUCT: Service Bulletin Incorporation Notification
ATA:

SUBJECT: Information - Implementation of Component Service Bulletins for All Models of Airplanes

REFERENCES:
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SUMMARY:
The following message is sent to notify Customers that Boeing will begin to publish Boeing Component Service Bulletins (CSB) for Boeing designed components. The CSB will cover component parts that are included in the Boeing Component Maintenance Manual (CMM), Boeing Overhaul Manual (OHM) or deemed as a Removable Structural Component by Boeing in accordance with the ATA Spec 120 Guidance. Boeing CSB's implementation is set for 1st Quarter 2017.

This policy change is a result of customer input. Customers have asked Boeing for help to separate component-level work from airplane work to improve planning, tracking and compliance, especially for components affected by Airworthiness Directives (ADs).

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DESCRIPTION:
BACKGROUND

Boeing's previous policy for component parts was to include the rework instructions in an Airplane Service Bulletin. Boeing would separate airplane level work from component level work by structuring the service bulletin into discrete sections labeled "Airplane Work" and "Component Work". The service bulletin would generally carry an applicability that supported the Boeing airplane as delivered or as modified by other approved Boeing service bulletins. This approach relied on the customers to ensure appropriate corrective action was accomplished on the parts if they were moved from one airplane to another. Several customers in conjunction with the Airlines for America (A4A) have requested that Boeing develop CSB's for components to improve traceability and to ensure the parts are properly modified regardless of airplane installation.

POLICY
Boeing will issue CSB's for any Boeing designed component part that carries a Boeing part number and meets the following requirements:
1. Boeing parts that have Boeing Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) or Overhaul Manual (OHM) coverage.
2. Majority of Boeing parts that are defined in the RSC lists released by Boeing. The lists are created in accordance with ATA Spec 120 "Removable Structural Components Industry Guidelines." Boeing will issue CSB's for components in these lists on the advice of Design Engineering and Authorized Representatives.

CSB's will be available on MyBoeingFleet (MBF). Component SB's can currently be searched on MBF and Toolbox and follow this naming format (Base P/N - ATA chapter - sequence, Rev): (e.g.) 123W4567-57-89, R00. The related Airplane SB and related Component SB will be referenced on MBF and within each Service Bulletin.

Customers will not need to take any action to begin receiving CSB's.

If you have questions or need more information, please submit questions with the Service Request application or the Service Bulletin Airline Forum. On the Service Request form, select Product Type "Service Bulletins" and write "Component Service Bulletin" in the subject line.

Frequently Asked Questions
Why is Boeing issuing Component Service Bulletins?
Several customers in conjunction with the Airlines for America (A4A) have requested that Boeing develop Component SB's for component parts to improve traceability and to ensure the parts are properly modified regardless of airplane installation.

How will Airplane SB and Component SB be released and accessed?
Airplane SB and Component SB will be released on MyBoeingFleet (MBF) and Toolbox. Component SB's search functionality already exists on MBF and Toolbox similar to Information Notices, AMOC's or other related documents.

How are Airplane SB and Component SB referenced?
Both the Airplane SB and Component SB will contain references to the accompanying Component SB and Airplane SB, respectively, similar to how the SRM, AMM, CMM, etc. are referenced.

Will there always be a related Airplane SB?
In most cases, there will always be a related Airplane SB to provide any airplane level work, open and close access instructions, functional tests, etc.

Will Serial Numbers be listed in the Component SB?
Serial numbers will be listed in the effectivity section of the Component SB when the affected components have serial numbers and when the change only affects a limited range of serial numbers. If the effectivity is all of a specific part number, serial numbers will not be provided.

Will AD related component SB's include RC tagging?
Yes, Boeing will include RC tagging for AD related Component SB's, similar to Airplane SB's. The RC tagging guidelines are available in AC 20-176A.

Will Boeing Component Service Bulletins be used for supplier components and supplier SB's?
No, Boeing does not author supplier service bulletin and does not have the design authority to change supplier components.

Will Boeing update previously released bulletins to include a Component SB?
Boeing will not update previously released bulletins to include remove component work into separate new CSB. New service bulletins related to components will include a CSB.

What is the effectivity of a CSB?
The effectivity of a CSB is the affected part numbers that are changed by the service bulletin with the minor model applicability of each part number. Please see the attached document.

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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Christopher M. Johnson-Pasqua
Director - Maintenance Engineering
Customer Support
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company

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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Tue Feb 28, 2017 8:26 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0116-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 27 Feb 2017 1344 US PACIFIC TIME / 27 Feb 2017 2144 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: 4-3731350696
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 03-Apr-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 737
PRODUCT: 737-100/-200/-300/-400/-500
ATA: 5311-00


SUBJECT: Information - FUSELAGE - Frames and Bulkheads - Upper Frame To Side Frame Splice - Inspection, Repair and Modification - FAA Final Rule

REFERENCES:
/A/ AD 2017-04-08
/B/ 2015-NM-033-AD; SR# 3-3738248319 dated 29-Dec-2016 /C/ SB 737-53A1261; Rev 01 dated 30-Jan-2015 /D/ AD 2008-13-12 R1; SR# 1-1072063031 dated 14-Jan-2009


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SUMMARY:
Please be advised of the following notice from the FAA:
We are superseding Airworthiness Directive (AD) 2008-13-12 R1 for certain The Boeing Company Model 737-100, -200, -200C, -300, -400, and -500 series airplanes. AD 2008-13-12 R1 required various repetitive inspections for cracking of a certain splice of the fuselage, and other specified and corrective actions if necessary; and provided for an optional preventive modification, which terminated the repetitive inspections. This new AD adds an inspection to determine if the existing frame repair meets all specified requirements; a modification of a certain splice, which terminates the repetitive inspections; reduces certain inspection thresholds and repetitive intervals; and adds post-repair/post-modification inspections. This AD was prompted by reports of additional fatigue cracking of a certain splice of the fuselage and one report of a severed frame, due to susceptibility to widespread fatigue damage (WFD). We are issuing this AD to address the unsafe condition on these produc!
ts.
This AD is effective April 3, 2017.

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DESCRIPTION:
Applicability
(1) This AD applies to 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 737-53A1261, Revision 1, dated January 30, 2015.
(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 four engine jock » Thu Mar 02, 2017 2:28 pm

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0123-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 01 Mar 2017 1704 US PACIFIC TIME / 02 Mar 2017 0104 GMT

This message is sent to all 757 and 767 Customers, Regional Directors, Regional Managers and Boeing Field Service Bases.

CATEGORY: Engineering

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3738396765
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 03-Mar-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 757/767
PRODUCT: 757-200/-300
767-200/-300/-400
ATA: 0000-68


SUBJECT: Information - 757/767 Fleet Team Conference - Agenda, Brochures and Location of Draft Presentations

REFERENCES:
/A/ MOM-MOM-17-0026-01B (R1), dated 02-Feb-2017 /B/ 757 767 Logistical Conference Brochure /C/ 757 767 Detailed Technical Agenda Brochure



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SUMMARY:
This message provides information for the 757 and 767 Fleet Team Conferences March 7 through March 9, 2017

Please see Fleet IdeaXchange 757/767 Calendar notice for draft presentations. Also see attached "757 767 Logistical Conference Brochure" & "757 767 Detailed Technical Agenda Brochure".


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DESCRIPTION:
The intent of this MOM is to provide operators with visibility of all presentations that will be given at the Conference. In addition, Boeing is attaching all logistical and agenda information that attendees will need to have in order to plan their trip.

To obtain the draft copies of the presentations, you can download them from the Fleet IdeaXchange (FIX) Calendar Event. You will need to connect to "My Boeing Fleet"/ Select "Fleet Team IdeaXchange"/ Click "Meetings" / Select "757/767 Fleet Team Meeting March 7, 8, 9" / Under "Files" the presentations for each day will be attached.

MEETING DATES AND SCHEDULES:

Monday, 06 March 2017 Boeing (Building 80.8, Rm 800), Seal Beach CA
757 FIM Meeting

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

Transportation will be provided to/from the Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort to the Boeing Facility. For the 757/767 Fleet Team Conference on March 7-9, the shuttle will depart from the hotel at 7:00am. Please meet in the hotel lobby at 6:50am. For the 757 FIM Initiative on March 6, the shuttle will depart the hotel at 7:30 AM.

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.

DESIRED ACTION:
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(1) Review the attached brochures
(2) Download and review the Presentation Material from the Fleet IdeaXchange (FIX)

Ed Carter
Boeing 757 Fleet Cheif

Kevin Kaelber
Boeing 767 Fleet Cheif
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company

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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Thu Mar 02, 2017 2:29 pm

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0121-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 01 Mar 2017 1532 US PACIFIC TIME / 01 Mar 2017 2332 GMT

This message is sent to 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: Maintenance, Engineering

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3738287028
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 01-Apr-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 737
PRODUCT: 737-100/-200/-300/-400/-500
ATA: 5300-00



SUBJECT: Information - 737-100/-200/-200C/-300/-400/-500 Inspections in SB 737-53A1240 R1 are still required outside of the repaired areas

REFERENCES:
/A/ SB 737-53A1240 R1
/B/ AD 2012-12-05 paragraph (q)


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SUMMARY:
The inspection requirements in Ref/A/ are still required outside of the repaired areas. The AMOC's provided in Ref/B/ are only applicable to the areas that have been repaired.

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DESCRIPTION:
Applicability
This applies to The Boeing Company Model 737-100/-200/-200C/-300/-400/-500 series airplanes as identified in Ref/B/.

DESIRED ACTION:
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The AMOCs provided for Ref/B/ only apply to the repaired areas. Continued inspections outside of the repaired areas are still required according to Ref/A/.

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Charles C. Park, Boeing 737 Manager
Romney Teller - Fleet Chief
737 Fuselage - Airframe Engineering
Commercial Aviation Services
The Boeing Company

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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Fri Mar 03, 2017 8:24 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0124-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 02 Mar 2017 1619 US PACIFIC TIME / 03 Mar 2017 0019 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: 4-3740821719
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 17-Apr-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 737
PRODUCT: 737-100/-200/-300/-400/-500
ATA: 5311-00



SUBJECT: Information - FUSELAGE - Frames and Bulkheads - Section 41 Lower Lobe Frames - Inspections - FAA NPRM

REFERENCES:
/A/ 2016-NM-211-AD
/B/ SB 737-53A1354; Dated 02-Dec-2016


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

We propose to adopt a new airworthiness directive (AD) for certain The Boeing Company Model 737-100, -200, -200C, -300, -400, and -500 series airplanes. This proposed AD was prompted by reports of frame web cracking at certain locations. This proposed AD would require repetitive inspections in certain locations of the frame web, and corrective action if necessary. We are proposing this AD to address the unsafe condition on these products.

Comments must be received by the FAA by April 17, 2017.


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DESCRIPTION:
Applicability:

This AD applies to 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 737-53A1354, dated December 2, 2016.

DESIRED ACTION:
==============
Please utilize one of the following methods for submitting comments:

Federal eRulemaking Portal: Go to http://www.regulations.gov. Follow the instructions for submitting comments.

Fax: 202-493-2251

Mail: U.S. Department of Transportation, Docket Operations, M-30, West Building Ground Floor, Room W12-140, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20590.

Hand Delivery: Deliver to Mail address above between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays.

The complete text of the subject NPRM was noted in the Federal Register and will be accessible via the following World Wide Web address (enter the NPRM number from Ref /A/ in the search box and use your left mouse button to select "Go").

http://www.airweb.faa.gov/Regulatory_an ... t?OpenPage


Dennis Truong, Boeing Communication System Manager

Courtney Makela - Director
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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Fri Mar 03, 2017 8:25 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0119-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 02 Mar 2017 1039 US PACIFIC TIME / 02 Mar 2017 1839 GMT

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

CATEGORY: Computing

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3732283521
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 04-Mar-2017
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: NONE
PRODUCT: NONE
ATA: 0000-51

SUBJECT: Information - The Boeing Communication System will be unavailable due to a functionality upgrade

The Boeing Communication System will be unavailable due to a functionality upgrade on March 04, 2017 from 11:30 AM Pacific Time to 12:30 PM Pacific Time. The Service Requests Application (SR App) hosted on MyBoeingFleet (MBF) will also be unavailable during this maintenance outage.

For routine issues with a response date of three days or more, please submit your request through the Service Requests Application (SR App) once it becomes available again.

If you need assistance with an AOG or critical technical issue during this outage, please call 206-544-7500.

For Material Management issues, continue to use the existing First Responder Team e-mail address. If your order is AOG, please call: 206-662-6650. Faxed orders will remain queued in the system until it is brought back on line.


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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Mon Mar 06, 2017 8:52 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0130-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 03 Mar 2017 1741 US PACIFIC TIME / 04 Mar 2017 0141 GMT

This message is sent to all Customers, Airline Resident Representatives, Regional Vice Presidents, Customer Executive Focals, Fleet Chiefs, Regional Directors, Regional Managers, and Boeing Field Service Bases

CATEGORY: Maintenance, Engineering, Management, Business

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3744515710
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: No Action Required
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: ALL
PRODUCT: ALL
ATA: 0000-00


SUBJECT: Information - Sharing with all operators: update on Boeing action from 2016 Customer Support Executive Symposium: Lifecycle Operating Cost

REFERENCES:


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SUMMARY:
This communication serves to inform all operators of the action Boeing took during the 2016 Customer Support Executive Symposium August 24-27, as well as progress made on the action

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DESCRIPTION:
Boeing has committed to:
- Actively managing lifecycle costs
- List and quantify top lifecycle cost drivers and validate with Customers
- Use metrics to drive improvements and communicate with Customers

To address this action, Boeing will start measuring Lifecycle Operating Cost, beginning 2nd quarter 2017, while also continuing to focus on reliability improvements.

Key Lifecycle Operating Cost metrics include Schedule Reliability and several other measures (below), derived to help gauge and reduce maintenance burden:

1. Measure Category: Airplane-related Burden Metrics & Descriptions: Maintenance Action rate (Airplane Health Monitoring) & Severity Index Improvement actions in-work: Service Related Problems (SRPs) address top drivers of schedule interruptions, which are often captured as unscheduled maintenance tasks in logbook records. Incorporation of SRPs help Customers reduce number of unscheduled maintenance tasks, improving Severity Index and Reliability.

2. Measure Category: Parts-related Burden Metrics & Descriptions: Component removal rate Improvement actions in-work: Significant Fleet Issues are identified, have Resolution Plans in place. Component Reliability Collaboration meetings occur weekly between Boeing & Suppliers to expedite resolutions for top issues. Retrofit Support Plans in place & actively being worked.

3. Measure Category: Data-related Burden Metrics & Descriptions: Service Request volume rate (Manual Effectiveness: SRM, FIM, AMM, CMM) Improvement actions in-work: Boeing sets targets to publish key repairs to manuals to enhance Customer self-service, reduce service request traffic on repairs.

4. Measure Category: Replacement & Overhaul Component Cost
Metrics & Descriptions: In-work; will measure value of cost to replace and/or overhaul components Improvement actions in-work: Produced by-model list of Top 20 for Component Removals, building plans to address each item.

These metrics will be part of Boeing's standard operating procedures and included in our Keys to Winning.

Boeing will track top drivers for each metric, working to understand and improve issues by building plans and authorizing SRPs for product improvements.

Boeing will regularly communicate performance on Lifecycle Operating Cost with Customers and strengthen our partnership with Customers and Suppliers to drive improvements.


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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Mon Mar 06, 2017 8:53 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0126-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 03 Mar 2017 1429 US PACIFIC TIME / 03 Mar 2017 2229 GMT

This message is sent to all 767-200/-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: 4-3743803691
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 07-Apr-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 767
PRODUCT: 767-200/-300
ATA: 5312-00



SUBJECT: Information - FUSELAGE - Main Frame - Fuselage Frames at Floor Beam and Shear Tie Attachments - Inspection and Repair - FAA Final Rule

REFERENCES:
/A/ AD 2017-05-06
/B/ 2016-NM-034-AD; SR#4-3239953329 dated 22-Aug-2016 /C/ SB 767-53A0265; Rev 01, dated 18-Mar-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 767-200 and -300 series airplanes. This AD was prompted by an evaluation by the design approval holder (DAH) indicating that the frame-to-floor-beam joints and frames common to shear ties at certain locations of fuselage structure are subject to widespread fatigue damage (WFD). This AD requires inspections for cracking of certain frame inner chords and webs common to the floor beam joint and at frames common to the shear ties at certain sections, and corrective action if necessary. We are issuing this AD to address the unsafe condition on these products.

This AD is effective April 7, 2017.

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DESCRIPTION:
Applicability:
(1) This AD applies to all The Boeing Company Model 767-200 and -300 series airplanes, certificated in any category.
(2) Installation of Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) ST01920SE (http://rgl.faa.gov/Regulatory_and_Guida ... 1920SE.pdf) does not affect the ability to accomplish the actions required by this AD. Therefore, for airplanes on which STC ST01920SE 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
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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Mon Mar 13, 2017 4:04 pm

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0140-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 09 Mar 2017 1310 US PACIFIC TIME / 09 Mar 2017 2110 GMT

This message is sent to 737/757/767 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: 3-3800429169
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 24-Apr-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 737/757/767
PRODUCT: 737/757/767
ATA: 2822-00



SUBJECT: Information - FUEL - Engine Fuel Feed System - Engine Fuel Shutoff Spar Valve Actuator Replacement - FAA NPRM

REFERENCES:
/A/ 2016-NM-161-AD
/B/ SB 737-28-1314, dated 17-Nov-2014
/C/ SB 757-28-0138, dated 18-May-2016
/D/ SB 767-28-0115, dated 02-Jun-2016


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

We propose to adopt a new airworthiness directive (AD) for all The Boeing Company Model 737-600, -700, -700C, -800, -900, and -900ER series airplanes; Model 757 airplanes; and Model 767 airplanes. This proposed AD was prompted by reports of latently failed motor operated valve (MOV) actuators of the fuel shutoff valves. This proposed AD would require replacing certain MOV actuators of the fuel shutoff valves for the left and right engines (all airplanes) and of the auxiliary power unit (APU) fuel shutoff valve (Model 757 and Model 767 airplanes); and revising the maintenance or inspection program, as applicable, to incorporate certain airworthiness limitations (AWLs). We are proposing this AD to address the unsafe condition on these products.

Comments must be received by the FAA by April 24, 2017.

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DESCRIPTION:
Applicability:

This AD applies to all The Boeing Company airplanes identified in paragraphs (c)(1), (c)(2), and (c)(3) of this AD, certificated in any category.
(1) Model 737-600, -700, -700C, -800, -900, and -900ER series airplanes.
(2) Model 757-200, -200PF, -200CB, and -300 series airplanes.
(3) Model 767-200, -300, -300F, and -400ER series airplanes.

DESIRED ACTION:
==============
Please utilize one of the following methods for submitting comments:

Federal eRulemaking Portal: Go to http://www.regulations.gov. Follow the instructions for submitting comments.

Fax: 202-493-2251

Mail: U.S. Department of Transportation, Docket Operations, M-30, West Building Ground Floor, Room W12-140, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20590.

Hand Delivery: Deliver to Mail address above between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays.

The complete text of the subject NPRM was noted in the Federal Register and will be accessible via the following World Wide Web address (enter the NPRM number from Ref /A/ in the search box and use your left mouse button to select "Go").

http://www.airweb.faa.gov/Regulatory_an ... t?OpenPage



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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Tue Mar 14, 2017 8:02 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-16-0098-01B(R1)] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 13 Mar 2017 1700 US PACIFIC TIME / 14 Mar 2017 0000 GMT

CORRECTED COPY

This message supersedes Message Number MOM-MOM-16-0098-01B dated 12-Feb-2016 16:08:23 US PACIFIC TIME. Please destroy all copies of Message Number MOM-MOM-16-0098-01B.

Reason for Corrected Copy: To add additional insecticide that has been tested to demonstrate that it will not damage Boeing aircraft.

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-16-0098-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 12 Feb 2016 1607 US PACIFIC TIME / 13 Feb 2016 0007 GMT

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

CATEGORY: Flight Operations

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 4-3178095376
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: No Action Required
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: SEVERAL
PRODUCT: SEVERAL
ATA: 2170-20


SUBJECT: Information - INSECTICIDES/DISINSECTANTS AND DISINFECTANTS TO COMBAT THE ZIKA VIRUS

REFERENCES:


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SUMMARY:
Operators have asked for Boeing recommendations regarding how they should attempt to combat the Zika virus that is currently receiving coverage in the media. This BCS message provides information on insecticides/disinsectants to address transmission of the virus by insects and also provides information on disinfection to address transmission by the blood and body fluids of infected persons.

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DESCRIPTION:
Operators may use the following information to help evaluate their course of action to help combat the Zika virus that is currently receiving coverage in the media.

Boeing recommends that operators refer to the World Health Organization (WHO), the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), other public health authorities, or IATA for information on how to effectively address this concern. The guidance from appropriate health agencies should be used in conjunction with Boeing's "CLEANING INTERIORS OF COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT" document number D6-7127 to assure that actions taken to address the health concerns will not have a detrimental effect on the airplane.

According to the WHO and the US CDC, the Zika virus is transmitted by the bites of Aedes mosquitos, and also rarely by the blood and body fluids of infected persons. It is not a respiratory virus (i.e., is not transmitted by coughing or sneezing) and cannot be transmitted by sitting near a person who is infected. It also cannot be transmitted by touching a surface where an infected person has touched. Therefore, the means to reduce the transmission of this disease by insect is the process of "disinsection", and the means to reduce the transmission of this disease by blood and body fluids is the process of "disinfection".

The WHO defines disinsection as:

"the procedure whereby measures are taken to control or kill the insect vectors of human disease present in the baggage, cargo, containers, conveyances, goods and postal parcels"

The Boeing Company is not qualified to specify the disinsection materials that are effective for a given insect or the specific disinsection frequency. Therefore, with regard to methods of disinsection to reduce risk of transmission of the Zika virus by the Aedes mosquito, we must refer operators to the WHO, the US CDC, other public health authorities, or IATA, to provide this type of information.


BOEING MATERIAL COMPATIBILITY APPROVED DISINSECTANTS:

Boeing has concerns regarding the effect of any disinsectant material upon the aircraft systems and structure. Accordingly, we recommend that any disinsectant material under consideration should be tested against the requirements in our D6-7127 document.


SPRAY INSECTICIDES

The Boeing Company has performed additional material compatibility testing for some pyrethroid insecticides and determined that these insecticide products MAY BE NOT COMPATIBLE with all Boeing aircraft materials.

The use of pyrethrum based insecticides to control malaria bearing mosquitoes has been associated with detrimental effects on Boeing aircraft materials:

Combining exposure to pyrethroids and their carrier solvents with stress causes environmental stress cracking on some plastics (e.g. ULTEM) and has caused "impeller explosions" (fan blade failures).

However, we have D6-7127 testing evidence from an independent laboratory to tell us that other spray insecticides such as Callington Aircraft insecticide, Cee Bee d-phenotrin Disinsectant PDS insecticide, and PSA Aircraft Insecticide - d-phenothrin Aerosol, are compatible with Boeing aircraft materials.


FUMIGANTS

It has been our policy to not recommend fumigation products such as exterminating gases for airplane use. There is no Boeing document on this subject, nor are we familiar with these materials.

Fumigants are typically used throughout the airplane interior and could potentially contact every type of interior surface in their aerosol form. This would suggest that a comprehensive test per D6-7127 should be conducted. Also, consideration should be made regarding the way the fumigation material is applied, how often it is applied, and the operator's local health, safety, and environmental regulations.

Operators who choose to use fumigation materials should ensure through independent testing or certification from the vendor that the product meets the minimum requirements outlined in D6-7127. D6-7127 specifies the testing requirements for interior cleaning agents based on the type of surface to be cleaned or treated on the airplane. Please note that evaluation per D6-7127 only ensures that the product is not injurious to the interior surfaces and does not evaluate product performance.

As an alternative, if the pesticide or fumigant product has been designed for use on commercial aircraft interiors, the operator may request that the supplier provide evidence prior to use that the product meets the requirements of the D6-7127 document. Local exterminating service suppliers may be of use in controlling insects on the airplanes.


TRAPS

Depending on the degree of infestation, for insect control, insect traps (e.g. "sticky traps" or "fly traps") may be an effective alternative to chemical control methods. The traps should be removed when they have trapped the flying insects.


PUBLIC HEALTH RECOMMENDED DISINSECTANTS

In 2005, WHO recommended pyrethroids (permethrin or D-phenothrin) for aircraft cabin disinsection, which it stated did not pose any significant health risk when used in compliance with manufacturer's directions. WHO also recommended that, to avoid symptoms similar to "multiple chemical sensitivity" or chemical intolerance, unnecessary exposure to pyrethroids should be avoided. In 2013, WHO provided guidance on efficacy testing for aircraft disinsection insecticides. The effectiveness of disinsection will depend on the application method and the ability of aerosols to reach all areas where insects reside.

The WHO recommended methods of disinsection are

1. ''Blocks away", in which an insecticide aerosol spray is applied to the interior of aircraft just before they begin taxiing for take-off
2. Pre-flight and top of descent disinsection where the overhead lockers, wardrobes and toilets are opened
3. Residual application where pyrethroids are applied to the internal surfaces of the aircraft at intervals based on the duration of effectiveness and the frequency of surface cleaning.


WHO References:

1. http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/1066 ... 005.10.pdf
2. "Why aircraft disinsection?" Norman G. Gratz, Robert Steffen, & William Cocksedge: Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 2000, 78 (8)

IATA Reference:
1. http://www.iata.org/whatwedo/safety/hea ... eases.aspx


DISINFECTION

As an airplane manufacturer, Boeing is not qualified to specify the disinfectant materials relative to efficacy for a given disease or the specific disinfection frequency. However, if the plane is visibly soiled it must be cleaned. We must refer operators to the WHO, the US CDC, other public health authorities, or IATA, to provide this type of information.

In the 2014 WHO reference article, "Infection prevention and control of epidemic-and pandemic-prone acute respiratory infections in health care", recommendations are made that contaminated "surfaces should be cleaned with broad spectrum (bactericidal, fungicidal, and virucidal) disinfectants of proven efficacy." This article can be found at: http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/1066 ... g.pdf?ua=1[apps.who.int]


DISINFECTANTS WITH BOEING MATERIAL COMPATIBILITY APPROVAL

Boeing has concerns regarding the effect of any disinfectant material upon the aircraft systems and structure. Accordingly, we recommend that any disinfectant material under consideration should be tested against the requirements in our D6-7127 document. Calla 1452 is listed in our Aircraft Maintenance Manuals (AMM), has virucidal properties, and has been tested to the requirements of the D6-7127 document.

Reference: http://zipchem.com/index.aspx[zipchem.com]


PUBLIC HEALTH RECOMMENDED DISINFECTANTS

Common materials that might be recommended by health agencies for biological situations include a 0.5% sodium hypochlorite or 0.5% calcium hypochlorite solution. These solutions contain chlorine, which poses a potential risk for immediate and future corrosion of airplane metallic structures, and are not generally recommended by Boeing for use on airplanes. The solution concentrations of hypochlorite (household bleach) recommended by the manufacturer are 0.1% for plastic; 0.25% (1 in 4 parts of water) for materials soiled/spilled by blood and body fluids; 0.02% (1 in 49 parts of water) for general disinfection.

Approach any bleach solution with caution. Several aircraft materials are not compatible with bleach. We recommend the approved cleaners while we, Boeing, work to qualify more products. If for some reason these products are used, this corrosion potential may be mitigated by ensuring surfaces exposed to chlorine containing solutions are thoroughly rinsed with fresh water, dried and, where applicable, penetrating corrosion inhibiting compounds (CIC) are applied to unsealed faying surfaces and joints.


CLEANING THE INTERIORS OF AIRCRAFT CABINS

See Boeing's D6-7127 document and the referenced resources for more information. We also recommend following the public health guidance on cleaning procedures per the referenced resources in the D6-7127 document.


DESIRED ACTION:
==============
Boeing recommends that operators concerned about combating the Zika virus review the information provided above, and also review the referenced information. We recommend that this information be used by operators to help evaluate their course of action when combating the Zika virus.

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

E. Thomas Suter - Service Engineering - Environmental Control Systems

Walt West
Senior Manager
Propulsion, Environmental & Payload Systems Commercial Aviation Services The Boeing Company

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If attachments are referred to, and are not present, please access them by logging into MyBoeingFleet Service Requests application using the link below. If you have further questions, you may contact the appropriate Airline Support Manager.
SR App (Legacy): https://myboeingfleet.boeing.com/servic ... torMessage

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Re: From: The Boeing Company

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Postby four engine jock » Thu Mar 16, 2017 1:56 pm

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0149-01B(R1)] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 15 Mar 2017 1604 US PACIFIC TIME / 15 Mar 2017 2304 GMT

CORRECTED COPY

This message supersedes Message Number MOM-MOM-17-0149-01B dated 15-Mar-2017 14:10:52 US PACIFIC TIME. Please destroy all copies of Message Number MOM-MOM-17-0149-01B.

Reason for Corrected Copy: The corrected copy will be for missing information in the "Description" section and table formatting i.e. lining up the table columns.

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0149-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 15 Mar 2017 1410 US PACIFIC TIME / 15 Mar 2017 2110 GMT

This message is sent to all 737CL/757/767, Customers, Regional Directors, Regional Managers and Boeing Field Service Bases.

CATEGORY: Maintenance, Engineering

SERVICE REQUEST ID: 3-3814409936
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: No Action Required
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: SEVERAL
PRODUCT: SEVERAL
ATA: 3100-00



SUBJECT: Information - 737CL/757/767 Electronic Display Units (EDU) Obsolescence Notification

REFERENCES:
/A/ Rockwell Collins ATS-100 Production & Guaranteed Repair Discontinuance Bulletin, Dated April, 2015 /B/ Rockwell Collins latest SIL, Doc 523-0824184-4010000, Rev-4, Dated 6 March, 2017


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SUMMARY:
This message is sent to advise operators of Rockwell Collins' "obsolescence support plan" and "last time buy" opportunity for EDUs with Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) subassemblies that are used for Electronic Attitude Director Indicator (EADI) / Electronic Horizontal Situation Indicator (EHSI) / Engine Indication and Crew Alerting System (EICAS). The "last time buy" opportunity will expire on 31 March 2017.

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DESCRIPTION:
Rockwell Collins will cease production of CRT-based EDU top-assemblies, EADI, EHSI and EICAS. Rockwell Collins is stopping production of CRT-based EDUs. The manufacturers and materials used in the production of CRTs are very limited resulting in obsolescence of the CRTs. The CRTs are unrepairable. Rockwell Collins issued the reference /A/ bulletin in April 2015 and the reference /B/ SIL, Rev-4, in March 2017 to advise operators of the discontinuance for a "last time buy" opportunity of the CRT displays.

The list below contains the affected EFIS/EICAS display EDU Line Replaceable Units (LRUs) (top assembly) part numbers with their respective production and support discontinuance effective dates.

UNIT EDU ROCKWELL COLLINS DATE OF DISCONTINUANCE
PART NUMBER PRODUCTION SUPPORT
EDU-766D 622-7998-002/-003/-013 Dec-01-2017 Dec-30-2021
EDU-776D 622-7999-002/-003/-013 Dec-01-2017 Dec-30-2021
EDU-766C 622-5047-100/-101 Jun-30-1986 Jun-01-2018
EDU-776C 622-5046-100/-101 Jun-30-1986 Jun-01-2018

Note: EDU-7X6D models (above) are drop in replacements for EDU- 7X6C models.

Following EDU LRU (top assembly) and/or CRT (sub-assembly) parts can be ordered for "last time buy opportunity" before 31 March 2017.


UNIT EDU/CRT ROCKWELL COLLINS DATE OF DISCONTINUANCE
PART NUMBER PRODUCTION SUPPORT
EDU-776D 622-7999-003 Dec-01-2017* Dec-30-2021
uses CRT P/N:257-0281-030

EDU-776D 622-7999-003 Dec-01-2017* Dec-30-2021
uses CRT P/N:257-0281-050

EDU-766D 622-7998-003 Dec-01-2017* Dec-30-2021
uses CRT P/N:257-0281-130

EDU-766D 622-7998-003 Dec-01-2017* Dec-30-2021
uses CRT P/N:257-0281-150

* EDU and CRT last time buy PO's need to be received no later than 31 March 2017

Rockwell Collins is again extending the "last time buy" opportunity for the fourth (4th) and the final time for new EADI/EHSI/EICAS CRTs and/or EDUs until 31 March 2017.

Rockwell Collins will guarantee "Repair and Overhaul" support through 2021 and "best-effort" beyond.

Rockwell Collins Inter-trade Company manages used equipment and will work with operators to develop a support plan. Contact your Rockwell Collins Customer Service representative, account manager or Neil Rud (neil.rud@rockwellcollins.com) for support. Refer to the reference /B/ Rockwell Collins SIL for additional information.


Note: There are Rockwell Collins' and Boeing's modifications available upon request to replace the original EFIS/EICAS CRT based display system with certified Large Display Systems (LDS) using LCDs for 757/767 airplanes. The LDS display units have the same part numbers as those used on 737 MAX, 767 Freighters currently being delivered, and 787 airplanes. Additionally, the new LDS platform will allow for future growth. See reference /B/ Rockwell Collins SIL for further reference.


DESIRED ACTION:
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Boeing recommends operators to determine their future replacement needs for the "EADI/EHSI/EICAS" CRT EDUs and place purchase orders if they intend to continue using the CRT technology beyond 2021.

Please contact your Rockwell Collins Customer Service representative, account manager, or Paul Dain (paul.dain@rockwellcollins.com) before 31-March-2017 to place purchase orders for EDUs/CRTs quantities required for last time buy.


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 Boeing Field Service representative.

SR App (Legacy): https://myboeingfleet.boeing.com/servic ... torMessage

Sye Najeebullah - Service Engineer, Avionics Systems Charles Finazzo - Sr. Manager, Systems Service Engineering Commercial Aviation Services The Boeing Company

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If attachments are referred to, and are not present, please access them by logging into MyBoeingFleet Service Requests application using the link below. If you have further questions, you may contact the appropriate Airline Support Manager.
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Postby four engine jock » Wed Mar 29, 2017 9:15 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0178-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 28 Mar 2017 1232 US PACIFIC TIME / 28 Mar 2017 1932 GMT

This message is sent to 737-100/-200/-200C 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: 3-3846040077
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 11-May-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 737
PRODUCT: 737-100/-200/-200C
ATA: 5700-00



SUBJECT: Information - 737CL Supplemental Structural Inspection Document (SSID) Updates: Affected ATA Chapters 52/53/55/57 - FAA NPRM

REFERENCES:
/A/ 2016-NM-045-AD


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

We propose to adopt a new airworthiness directive (AD) for all The Boeing Company Model 737-100, -200, and -200C series airplanes. This proposed AD was prompted by a report of incidents involving fatigue cracking in transport category airplanes that are approaching or have exceeded their design service objective and a structural reevaluation that was conducted by the manufacturer. We have determined that supplemental inspections are required for timely detection of fatigue cracking for certain structurally significant items (SSIs). This proposed AD would require revising the maintenance or inspection program, as applicable, to add supplemental inspections. This proposed AD would also require inspections to detect cracks in each SSI, and repair of any cracked structure. We are proposing this AD to address the unsafe condition on these products.

Comments must be received by the FAA by May 11, 2017.

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DESCRIPTION:
Applicability

This AD applies to all The Boeing Company Model 737-100, -200, and -200C series airplanes, certificated in any category.

DESIRED ACTION:
==============
Please utilize one of the following methods for submitting comments:

Federal eRulemaking Portal: Go to http://www.regulations.gov. Follow the instructions for submitting comments.

Fax: 202-493-2251

Mail: U.S. Department of Transportation, Docket Operations, M-30, West Building Ground Floor, Room W12-140, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20590.

Hand Delivery: Deliver to Mail address above between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays.

The complete text of the subject NPRM was noted in the Federal Register and will be accessible via the following World Wide Web address (enter the NPRM number from Ref /A/ in the search box and use your left mouse button to select "Go").

http://www.airweb.faa.gov/Regulatory_an ... t?OpenPage


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Courtney Makela - Director
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Customer Support
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The Boeing Company

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Postby Raffles » Fri Mar 31, 2017 11:53 pm

I bet there are AD's out for the 787-10 after its maiden flight today :biggrin:

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#38

Postby four engine jock » Wed May 03, 2017 8:56 am

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0239-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 02 May 2017 0939 US PACIFIC TIME / 02 May 2017 1639 GMT

This message is sent to all 737-200/-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: 4-3748418752
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 16-Jun-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 737
PRODUCT: 737-200
ATA: 5331-00

SUBJECT: Information - FUSELAGE - Skin - Inspection, Repair, and Replacement of Disbonded Fuselage Skin Panels - FAA Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

REFERENCES:
/A/ 2016-NM-164-AD
/B/ SB 737-53A1349; Dated 23-Aug-2016

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

We propose to adopt a new airworthiness directive (AD) for certain The Boeing Company Model 737-200, -200C, -300, -400, and -500 series airplanes. This proposed AD was prompted by reports of skin doublers that disbonded from their skin panels. This proposed AD would require repetitive inspections of fuselage skin panels, and applicable on-condition actions. We are proposing this AD to address the unsafe condition on these products.

Comments must be received by the FAA by June 16, 2017.

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DESCRIPTION:
Applicability:

This AD applies to The Boeing Company Model 737-200, -200C, -300, -400, and -500 series airplanes, certificated in any category, as identified in Boeing Alert Service Bulletin 737-53A1349, dated August 23, 2016.

DESIRED ACTION:
==============
Please utilize one of the following methods for submitting comments:

Federal eRulemaking Portal: Go to http://www.regulations.gov. Follow the instructions for submitting comments.

Fax: 202-493-2251

Mail: U.S. Department of Transportation, Docket Operations, M-30, West Building Ground Floor, Room W12-140, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20590.

Hand Delivery: Deliver to Mail address above between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays.

The complete text of the subject NPRM was noted in the Federal Register and will be accessible via the following World Wide Web address (enter the NPRM number from Ref /A/ in the search box and use your left mouse button to select "Go").

http://www.airweb.faa.gov/Regulatory_an ... t?OpenPage


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#39

Postby four engine jock » Wed May 17, 2017 8:50 am

FUSELAGE - Section 41 - Station 287, BL 25 Nose Wheel Well Bulkhead Vertical Stiffeners Crack - Inspection and Repair - FAA NPRM


FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0262-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 16 May 2017 1221 US PACIFIC TIME / 16 May 2017 1921 GMT

This message is sent to all 767 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: 4-3767204526
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 30-Jun-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 767
PRODUCT: 767-200/-300/-400
ATA: 5313-00



SUBJECT: Information - FUSELAGE - Section 41 - Station 287, BL 25 Nose Wheel Well Bulkhead Vertical Stiffeners Crack - Inspection and Repair - FAA NPRM

REFERENCES:
/A/ 2017-NM-006-AD
/B/ SB 767-53A0275; dated 05-Jan-2017



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

We propose to adopt a new airworthiness directive (AD) for certain The Boeing Company Model 767 airplanes. This proposed AD was prompted by a report of cracking of the vertical stiffener in the nose wheel well. This proposed AD would require repetitive inspections of the nose wheel well bulkhead stiffener for any cracking, and corrective actions if necessary. We are proposing this AD to address the unsafe condition on these products.

Comments must be received by the FAA by June 30, 2017.


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DESCRIPTION:
Applicability
This AD applies to The Boeing Company Model 767-200, -300, -300F, and -400ER series airplanes, certificated in any category, as identified in Boeing Alert Service Bulletin 767-53A0275, dated January 5, 2017.

DESIRED ACTION:
==============
Please utilize one of the following methods for submitting comments:

Federal eRulemaking Portal: Go to http://www.regulations.gov. Follow the instructions for submitting comments.

Fax: 202-493-2251

Mail: U.S. Department of Transportation, Docket Operations, M-30, West Building Ground Floor, Room W12-140, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20590.

Hand Delivery: Deliver to Mail address above between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays.

The complete text of the subject NPRM was noted in the Federal Register and will be accessible via the following World Wide Web address (enter the NPRM number from Ref /A/ in the search box and use your left mouse button to select "Go").

http://www.airweb.faa.gov/Regulatory_an ... t?OpenPage


Craig Richesin, Boeing Communication System Manager

Courtney Makela - Director
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#40

Postby four engine jock » Thu May 18, 2017 8:18 am

WINGS - Plates/Skin - Upper Aft Skin at Rear Spar from Wing Buttock Line 80 to 155 - Inspection - FAA NPRM

FROM: THE BOEING COMPANY
TO: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
[MESSAGE NUMBER:MOM-MOM-17-0263-01B] Multi Operator Message
MESSAGE DATE: 17 May 2017 1415 US PACIFIC TIME / 17 May 2017 2115 GMT

This message is sent to 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: 4-3769009307
ACCOUNT: Boeing Correspondence (MOM)
DUE DATE: 03-Jul-2017 23:59
PRODUCT TYPE: Airplane
PRODUCT LINE: 737
PRODUCT: 737-100/-200/-300/-400/-500
ATA: 5730-00



SUBJECT: Information - WINGS - Plates/Skin - Upper Aft Skin at Rear Spar from Wing Buttock Line 80 to 155 - Inspection - FAA NPRM

REFERENCES:
/A/ 2017-NM-025-AD
/B/ SB 737-57A1332; dated 03-Jan-2017



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

We propose to adopt a new airworthiness directive (AD) for all 737-100, -200, -200C, -300, -400, and -500 series airplanes. This proposed AD was prompted by a report of cracks in the upper aft skin of the right wing at certain fastener holes along the rear spar upper chord. This proposed AD would require repetitive inspections for cracking of the upper aft skin of the wings, and repair if necessary. We are proposing this AD to address the unsafe condition on these products.

Comments must be received by the FAA by July 3, 2017.

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DESCRIPTION:
Applicability:
This AD applies to all 737-100, -200, -200C, -300, -400, and -500 series airplanes, certificated in any category.

DESIRED ACTION:
==============
Please utilize one of the following methods for submitting comments:

Federal eRulemaking Portal: Go to http://www.regulations.gov. Follow the instructions for submitting comments.

Fax: 202-493-2251

Mail: U.S. Department of Transportation, Docket Operations, M-30, West Building Ground Floor, Room W12-140, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20590.

Hand Delivery: Deliver to Mail address above between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays.

The complete text of the subject NPRM was noted in the Federal Register and will be accessible via the following World Wide Web address (enter the NPRM number from Ref /A/ in the search box and use your left mouse button to select "Go").

http://www.airweb.faa.gov/Regulatory_an ... t?OpenPage


Craig Richesin, Boeing Communication System Manager

Courtney Makela - Director
Engineering Integration
Customer Support
The Boeing Company


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