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16425 Hart Street
Van Nuys, CA 91406
Phone: (818) 997-7667
Fax: (818) 997-1513
FAA Crs No.YT2R331L

For Sale: 1979 Eurocopter AS 350D

 

Equipment Specifications
Year 1979
Manufacturer Eurocopter
Model AS 350D
Price Please Inquire
Location Van Nuys, California
Condition Used
Serial number 1158
Total Time 11876.7
Flight Rules VFR
Number of Seats 6
Engine Model: Honeywell LTS101-600A-3
Engine Total Time 19209.6

Airframe:
High Skid Gear
Dart Skid Tubes
AAI Center Console
High Back Seats
Concorde Battery
Appareo Alert System
Dart Rear Locker Extender
Dual Controls
Dart Aft Baggage Door Vertical Hinge Mod
Aft Shoulder Harnesses
Aft Tech Tools Cabin Comfort Windows
Full Length Carbide Skid Shoes
Avionics/Radios:
Transponder KT-76A (Qty: 2)
Artex 406mhz ELT
TMorrow GPS
AMS44 Audio Panel
KY196 Comm
KN53 Nav
*Aircraft total time subject to change due to aircraft in operation by current owner

 

 

 

Contact Phillip DiFiore or Deanna Keel
at Rotorcraft Support, Inc for details:

Phone: (818) 997-7667
Email: phil@rotorcraftsupport.com
deanna@rotorcraftsupport.com

 

1979
Eurocopter
AS 350D
Please Inquire
Van Nuys, California
Used
1158
11876.7
VFR
6

SPECIAL: Canopy for Aircraft Maintenance (C.A.M)

The C.A.M. solves the problem of overexposure to the elements when maintenance and other owner operator functions need to be completed. The C.A.M. also replaces the use of other more heavy and bulky canvas covers in use today that have caused inadvertent damage to aircraft equipment .

The C.A.M. is a multi sectional cover that utilizes the main rotor system of a helicopter to provide protection from the elements providing a shaded environment for maintenance to be performed on the aircraft.

The C.A.M. can be installed and removed by one mechanic and will also provide protection from other adverse weather conditions to allow for maintenance to be performed safely and efficiently in a field or flight line environment.

Available for:  AW-109,  AW-119 &  AS-350

Retail Price $2200 plus shipping

SALE: 5% OFF RETIAL PRICE!

Limited time offer. Order now! Chris@RotorcraftSupport.com

Alert Service Bulletin

In September 2008 Bell Helicopter began an investigation into the cause of a fatal accident involving a Bell 206L1.  Findings from this investigation prompted the issuance of Alert Service Bulletin 206L-09-159. 

The investigation revealed that fatigue caused one of the main rotor blades to fracture.  A fatigue crack may occur with the combination of residual stress in the spar and a large void in the adhesive between the spar and the internal lead inertia weight.  This area is located between station 100 and 145.  Centrifugal force that occurs during the start/stop cycle may induce the fatigue crack. 

In order for a blade to be at risk both conditions must be present.  Bell Helicopters composed a list of blades that may have residual stress in the spar.  The presence of a void between the Inertia weigh and spar is unknown.  The only method of determining the existence of an unacceptable void is by performing radiography.  Part III of the alert service bulletin provides procedures to perform a one-time  x-ray inspection of the blade.

After the radiography has been reviewed by a Bell Engineer a letter will be issued.  The letter will contain one of the following statements:

1) The Blade can remain in service with no further action required or

2) The blade can remain in service however Part II of this Bulletin requires accomplishment until retirement from service or

3) The blade must be removed form service before further flight.

Radiography can only be performed by an NDT facility approved by the Governing Aviation Authority.  Rotorcraft Support, Inc. is FAA authorized to conduct these services.  In addition to the FAA credential RSI offers you the professionalism, knowledge and experience only found in Bell Helicopters Platinum Customers Service Facility.

RSI radiography equipment is portable therefore we can send a technician to your facility to perform the inspection with the blade installed on the aircraft.  This will drastically reduce your down time.  All Technicians performing radiographic inspection are qualified and certified to level II or Level III requirements established in NAS 410 and/or SNT-TC-1A and/or EN 4179.

Please give us a call to discuss your inspection options.  Our Highly experienced NDT staff is waiting to assist you.  Call Lewis Santos in the NDT Department at (818) 997-7667 ex. 247