Aircraft Report for 1334X

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Database Update Cycle
Aircraft Registration: Last 02/21/18 (weekly cycle) SDR: Last 02/21/18 (weekly cycle)
NTSB Data: Last 02/21/18 (weekly cycle) FAA Accident: 02/21/18 (weekly cycle)
Aircraft Information
 
Owner Type: CorporationOwner Name: KGS INVESTMENTS LLC
City: CELINA State: OH
Zip: 458228342 Country: US
Fractional Owner:
Aircraft Type: Fixed wing single engineModel Year: 2007
Airworthiness Class: StandardTransponder Code: 50104520
Serial Number: 42510 Aircraft Model: 5150012
Last Action: 2018-01-25Cert Issue: 2017-05-11
Status: 1334X
Aircraft Mfg: COLUMBIA AIRCRAFT MFG Aircraft Model: LC42-550FG
Category: LandAmateur: No
Engines: 1Seats: 4
Weight: CLASS 1Cruising Speed: 0
Engine Mfg.: CONT MOTOREngine Model: IO-550-N
Fuel Consumed: 0.00Horsepower/Thrust: 310


Service Difficulty Report (SDR) Information
#SDR1
Report Date: 2009-04-20Occurrence Date: 2009-04-02
Aircraft Name: COLUMBAircraft Group Code: LC42
Aircraft Manufacturer Num: 42510Engine Mfg.: CONT
Aircraft Type Certificate: 42510Engine Model: IO550N
Propeller Mfg. Name: Propeller Model:
Carrier Code: BIEROperation Type: G
Failed Part Information
Name: TUBE Aircraft Location: ENGINE CASE
Condition: CHAFED Model:
Manufacturer Name: Total Time: 0
Manufacturer Num: Since Overhaul: 0
Manufacturer Part Num: 6546273
Jasc Desc: Reciprocating Engine Oil System
Segment Desc: ENGINE
Severity Desc:
Stage Desc: INSP/MAINT
Submitter Desc: REP STA
Procedures: NONE
Conditions: OTHER
Remarks: THE OIL FILLER TUBES ARE BEING CHAFED BEYOND MFG LIMIT OF .010 DUE TO CONTACT WITH THE CYLINDER BAFFLING BETWEEN CYLINDE RS NR 2 AND 4. SHOULD THE TUBE CHAFE COMPLETELY THROUGH, AN OIL LEAK WILL OCCUR AND DEPENDING HOW MUCH THE ENGINE CASE IS PRESSURIZING, ALL OIL COULD BE LOST. RECOMMEND MFG COME OUT WITH BULLETIN TO MAKE A GREATER RELIEF CUT IN BAFFLE TO PREVENT BAFFLE FROM CHAFING THE OIL FILLER TUBE ASSY. (K)



NTSB Accident Information
#NTSB1
Accident Occurred on: 1983-06-30 00:00:00
Narrative (ACCP):
Narrative (ACCF): THE HELICOPTER MADE A HARD TOUCHDOWN DURING AN AUTOROTATIVE FORCED LANDING AFTER THE ENGINE QUIT. DURING THE LANDING THEMAIN ROTOR SEVERED THE TAIL BOOM. THE PILOT STRETCHED THE AUTOROTATIONAL GLIDE TO REACH A HAY FIELD AND LOST MAIN ROTOR RPM IN THE PROCESS. THE ENGINE DIED OF FUEL STARVATION BECAUSE OF A LOW FUEL STATE AND BECAUSE THE PILOT WAS DESCENDING AT HIGH SPEED WITH NOSE LOW. IN THIS ACFT ACCORDING TO A TEST PILOT WHO SPECIALIZES IN THIS MODEL CAUTION MUST BE USED TO AVOID UNUSUAL PITCH ATTITUDES WITH A LOW FUEL STATE. THE PILOT SAID HE HAD A 30 DEGREE NOSE LOW ATTITUDE. THE FUEL TANKS ARE SLANTED 10 DEGREES AFT TO COMPENSATE FOR A 7 DEGREE NOSE LOW ATTITUDE IN NORMAL HIGH SPEED (80 MPH) CRUISE. THE PILOT SAID THE GAUGES SHOWED ABOUT 10 GALLONS JUST BEFORE THE ENGINE QUIT. HE ALSO STATED THAT HE FELT STARVATION OCCURRED.
Narrative (CAUSE):

#NTSB2
Accident Occurred on: 1983-10-01 00:00:00
Narrative (ACCP):
Narrative (ACCF): THE HELICOPTER WAS BEING USED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF ELECT TRANSMISSION LINES. A 150-FT LONGLINE CABLE HAD BEEN UTILIZEDON AN EARLIER FLIGHT FOR LIFTING EXTERNAL LOADS. HOWEVER, THERE WAS NO REASON FOR THE LONGLINE TO BE ATTACHED ON THE ACCIDENT FLIGHT AS THE PAX WERE BEING TRANSPORTED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THEIR CONSTRUCTION & INSPECTION DUTIES. THE HELICOPTER TOOK OFF WITH THE LONGLINE ATTACHED & NO EXTERNAL LOAD. AFTER TAKEOFF, THE HELICOPTER MOVED FORWARD ABOUT 200 FT TO A TREELINE & BEGAN A LEFT TURN, AWAY FROM TOWER 51 WHERE THE TAKEOFF WAS INITIATED, TOWARD A POINT WHERE ONE OF THE PAX WAS TO BE DISCHARGED. AS THE HELICOPTER FLEW OVER THE TREES THE LONGLINE BECAME ENTANGLED IN THE TREES.
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FAA Accident/Incident Information
#FAA1
Accident/Incident Occurred on: 1983-06-30
Narrative: CRASH OCCURRED DURING EMERGENCY AUTOROTATION AFTER ENGINE QUIT FROM FUEL EXHAUSTION.

#FAA2
Accident/Incident Occurred on: 1983-10-01
Narrative: LONG LINE CAUGHT ON TREES AS HELICOPTER CLIMBED AFTER TAKEOFF. HAD NEGLECTED RELEASE LINE FOR THE PASSENGER FLIGHT.



FAA's Document Index files
Nothing listed in the FAA Document Index

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