Current Fokker ADs - Back to AD Index

1. 07/30/2018    AD 2018-0159
Time Limits / Maintenance Checks - ALS Part 2 - Airworthiness Limitations Items and Safe Life Items - Implementation. Becomes effective 08 August 2018.
2. 06/05/2018    EASAAD2018-0122

Occurrences have been reported on Fokker 70 and Fokker 100 aeroplanes of uncontained auxiliary power unit (APU) turbine rotor rim failure during de-/anti-icing. The investigation results of these events have shown that these failures were caused by uncontrolled APU overspeed, due to ingestion of de-/anti-icing fluid through the APU air inlet, located in proximity to the dorsal fin.

3. 06/13/2017    EASA AD 2017-00

becomes effective June 13, 2017 and supersedes EASA AD 2016-0125.

This AD requires revision of the Aircraft Maintenance Program, within 12 months from June 13, 2017, to incorporate the tasks and associated thresholds and intervals described in Fokker Services Engineering Report SE-623 - Issue 17 (ALS Part 2)

We have updated AD Status Reports to include this AD.

4. 01/25/2017    EASA AD 2017-00
becomes effective January 30, 2017 and pertains to

electrical arcing between the auxiliary power unit (APU) starter motor positive terminal and the APU fuel drain line. Investigation showed that these events were due to contact between the metal braiding on the APU fuel drain line and the positive terminal of the APU starter motor.

5. 01/25/2017    EASA AD 2017-00
becomes effective January 30, 2017 and pertains to 

revised stress analysis and life calculation, Rolls-Royce Deutschland (RRD) determined new provisional life limits for HPC stage 12 rotor disc Part Number (P/N) JR18449, reducing the maximum approved life limit defined in the Tay 620-15 and Tay 620-15/20 engine Time Limits Manual (TLM), Chapter 05-10-01, Task 05-10-01-800-000, currently at revision dated 15 September 2014.

Failure to replace a HPC stage 12 rotor disc P/N JR18449, before exceeding the thresholds defined by this AD, could lead to an uncontained HPC stage 12 rotor disc failure, possibly resulting in damage to, and/or reduced control of, the aeroplane.


6. 06/23/2016    AD 2016-0125

becomes effective July 5, 2016 and pertains to Airworthiness Limitations  items.

We have updated aircraft status reports to include this AD in CAMMS.

7. 02/25/2015    AD 2015-0027

Time Limits / Maintenance Checks - ALS Part 1 - Certification Maintenance Requirements - Implementation

This becomes effective 6 March 2015, and requires implementation of the maintenance actions as specified in ALS Part 1 of the instructions for Continued Airworthiness, Fokker Services Engineering Report SE-473 at issue 11

8. 02/25/2015    AD 2015-0032

Time Limits / Maintenance Checks - ALS Part 3 - Fuel Airworthiness Limitations - Implementation

This AD becomes effective 10 March 2015 and requires implementation of the maintenance actions as specified in ALS Part 3 of the instructions for Continued Airworthiness, Fokker Services Engineering Report SE-672 at issue 5

9. 02/19/2015    AD 2015-0024

This EASA AD becomes effective March 5, 2015 and requires a one-time inspection of the affected pressure bulkhead webplate and skin connection angle, and depending on findings, accomplishment of applicable corrective actions.

This AD is considered to be an interim action and further AD action may follow, possibly to lower the current ALS task threshold, if justified by the inspection results.