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EASA Expands A320ceo Wing Fatigue Cracking Inspections to Include All A320neo Models

By Jim Wilson| January 29th, 2024|

 

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has now extended its wing inspection directive, initially covering the Airbus A320ceo family, to encompass the A320neo family. This new directive, replacing the earlier one, mandates inspections in specific wing areas for signs of fatigue cracking. If any cracks are detected, airlines must immediately consult Airbus for approved repair instructions. The directive outlines particular measures for Airbus A321neo aircraft.

EASA’s revised airworthiness directive (AD) now includes thorough inspections of the left-hand and right-hand wings on all Airbus A320ceo and A321neo family aircraft equipped with Sharklets.

Originally, the directive focused only on inspecting wing manhole access panel attachment holes in the bottom wing skin panels 2, between Ribs 13 and 23, on the A319ceo, A320ceo, and A321ceo models. This directive was updated by the European regulator on January 25, 2024. [...]

 

 

Articolo completo su: https://www.airguide.info/easa-expands-a320ceo-wing-fatigue-cracking-inspections-to-include-all-a320neo-models/

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16 ore fa, Damynavy scrive:

 

Nessun problema.

Il nuovo 320, può perdere 2/3/4 semi-ali...e volare ugualmente.😂

 

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I francesi, sempre dilettanti :

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On 4/2/2024 at 17:36, Damynavy scrive:

 

Nessun problema.

Il nuovo 320, può perdere 2/3/4 semi-ali...e volare ugualmente.😂

 

scherzi??? Easa non farebbe mai una cosa simile su un aereo europeo.....ma solo su quei "cancelli" dei 737 americani.....:-P

 

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1 ora fa, VuOtto scrive:

 

scherzi??? Easa non farebbe mai una cosa simile su un aereo europeo.....ma solo su quei "cancelli" dei 737 americani.....:-P

 

 

Infatti, questi "arrivano" dall'Alabama.

 

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