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FAA ISSUES CESSNA/TEXTRON WING SPAR AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE

SPECIAL NOTE:  

The FAA has extended the compliance time due to the Covid-19 virus.


The FAA has issued a Global AMOC (Alternative Method of Compliance) for AD 2020-03-16 to extend the compliance time from 60 days to September 9, 2020.  This extension changes the compliance time from 60 days to approximately 180 days.  The original 20 hours time-in-service (TIS) compliance time identified in AD 2020-03-16 remains the same.  


SEE THIS LINK FOR DETAILS:
https://www.faasafety.gov/files/notices/2020/Mar/Wichita__ACO_Global_AMOC__Textron_AD20200316_COVID-19_Extension__3-24-20_(1).pdf

https://www.faasafety.gov/files/notices/2020/Mar/Wichita__ACO_Global_AMOC__Textron_AD20200316_COVID-19_Extension__3-24-20_(1).pdf


The FAA is adopting a new airworthiness directive (AD) for all Textron Aviation Inc. (Textron) (type certificate previously held by Cessna Aircraft Company) Models 210G, T210G, 210H, T210H, 210J, T210J, 210K, T210K, 210L, T210L, 210M, and T210M airplanes. This AD requires visual and eddy current inspections of the carry-thru spar lower cap, corrective action if necessary, application of a protective coating and corrosion inhibiting compound (CIC), and reporting the inspection results to the FAA. This AD was prompted by the in-flight break-up of a Model T210M airplane in Australia, due to fatigue cracking that initiated at a corrosion pit, and subsequent reports of other Model 210-series airplanes with widespread and severe corrosion.