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TECHNICAL HANDLING MANUAL CHAPTER IV MAINTENANCE REPORT & RECORD

TECHNICAL HANDLING MANUAL

CHAPTER IV

MAINTENANCE REPORT & RECORD

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  • 1. GENERAL

Maintenance record means to entry all technical aspect of work performed on aircraft during maintenance and issuing maintenance release on assigned form to the type of aircraft inspection and retains those record in accordance with procedure described in the CASR

121.380 & 121.703. and chapter III, VIII this manual.

Maintenance report means to give information of all technical aspect to the concerned unit in order to have the follow up action of problem during maintenance process.

The following is mandatory report have to be issued by all Line Maintenance Station Engineer:

  • a. Technical Trouble & Delay Report.

f.

Inventory Report.

  • b. MAINTAVI Message.

g.

Component/ Part Use Report.

  • c. Accident/ Incident Preliminary Report.

h.

Third Party Work Report (if any).

  • d. AOG Report.

i.

Service Difficulty Report.

  • e. Personnel Injury Report.

  • 2. TECHNICAL TROUBLE AND DELAY REPORT The purpose of the Technical Trouble Delay Report (TTDR) is to give factually irregularities information to the Cengkareng base Maintenance Control Center (CGKMOGA, CGKMLGA) and enroute station in order the necessary action to prevent reoccurrence of the delay. The Technical Trouble Delay Report shall be submitted whenever a technical irregularity involves either a departure delay exceeding 5 minutes or cancellation of a flight, TTDFR Form MZ-2-11 shall be used to report that delay. See para 12 TTDR form sample.

    • a. Definition.

1)

Delay Flight.

 

The

condition of

aircraft dispatched more

than

5

minutes from the

assigned

scheduled.

 

2)

Rescheduled Flight.

Assigned flight scheduled has been revised for certain time (more than 12 hours ) at least 24 hours prior to its original departure time.

3)

Cancelled Flight.

 

When the aircraft can not be dispatch under any circumstance from the assigned scheduled time.

  • b. Responsibility. It is the responsibility of the ground engineer to report any technical trouble delay occurrence during his duties.

  • 3. MAINTAVI MESSAGE The MAINTAVI Message (Maintenance Advisement) is an maintenance information consist of technical irregularity reported by flight crew or ground engineer, servicing and delays during maintenance in flight line. This report shall be sent to the Enroute Station and Cengkareng Base (Maintenance Control Center) CGKMOGA and CGKMLGA immediately to acknowledge the Cengkareng base and enroute station take the necessary action. MAINTAVi telex formats :

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XXXXXGA (Enroute Sta), CPYXXXX, (Home Base) CGKMLGA, CGKMTGA, and CGKMOGA.

  • - Sender.

  • - Telex no.

If there any irregularities or delay flight the telex copy shall be added to CGKMQGA, JKTOMGA, CGKMOGA and XXXKKGA (local/ departure GA Station manager) .

For requesting material, component the copy telex shall be added to CGKMMGA, CGKMDGA, CGKBTGA.

Telex address

CGKMOGA - Home base Maintenance Control Center.

CGKMTGA

- Cengkareng GMF Line Maintenance.

CGKMLGA

- Garuda Indonesia Line Maintenance.

CGKMMGA - Home base parts/ material shipping unit.

CGKMKGA - Home base Cabin Maintenance. CGKMQGA - GA Airworthiness Management Department.

JKTOMGA

- Home base Aircraft Movement Control.

XXXKKGA

- Departed Aircraft, (XXX Sta) Local Station Manager.

JKTOFGA

- Flight Operation Department.

JKTBTGA

- Material AOG Desk.

CGKMDGA - Home Base Material Department.

MAINTAVI-MESSAGE

PREFIX

ADDRESS ENROUTE STATION

ORIGINATOR

DATE/TIME (IN UTC)

NUMBER OF MAINTAVI/ FINAL

Flt. No/Date

.. KEEP TEXT SHORT AND CLEAR

/ ..........

PK-……

......

A.

1.

AML/CML Seq no, PILOT / FLIGHT CREW REPORT IN THE AML or CML

2.

AML/CML Seq no, PILOT / FLIGHT CREW REPORT IN THE AML or CML

B.

1.

XXXXX RECTIFICATION/ ACTION TAKEN TO THE A/C TROUBLE.

2.

XXXXX Next RECTIFICATION/ ACTION TAKEN TO THE A/C TROUBLE

C.

1.

AML/CML Seq no, FIC ,DEFECT FINDING/ CMC/PFR FOR A-330/ B747-400/

2.

AML/CML, Next Finding

D.

1.

RECTIFICATION OF THE FINDING TROUBLE

XXXXX

2.

XXXXX

E.

SERVICING (ENGINE OIL, HYDRAULIC FLUID, ETC)

XX/XX/XXXX

XX/XX/XX/XX

THE ESTIMATE/ACTUAL TIME OF ARRIVAL/ DEPARTURE IN UTC

ETA/ATA ETD/ATD

F.

TOTAL DELAY AND DELAY CODE (IATA/GA-PIP DELAY CODE)

G.

  • H. AIRCRAFT RELEASED IN HIL STATUS SPECIAL INFORMATION FOR ETOPS FOR A330 AND AUTOLAND STATUS / APU STATUS

SI.

BRGDS

NAME OF RELEASE HOLDER/ AUTH

THE NAME OF ORIGINATOR/ SENDER

Form MZ-2-15

  • a. Normal Condition.

When the aircraft departure on time the MAINTAVI should be made after the aircraft airborne with text in the item “G” No Technical Delay “.

Example: Route AKL to DPS

QD DPSMMGA CPYXXXX CGKMOGA CGKMLGA

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.IZNMZKE 121145

MM/TX/34/JAN/05

MAINTAVI ONE N FINAL GA-713 PK-GGP/ DTE

  • A. AML SEQ 37, AUTOLAND (LAND2) WAS SATISFACTORY C/O

  • B. REF MSG 22405 RESET MM-C GRD TEST RESULT PASSED

  • C. NIL

  • D. NIL

  • E. 00/

ENGINE OIL

01

HYD : 02/ 03

  • F. ETA/ ATA 2300/ 2250 ETD/ ATD 0100/ 0100

  • G. NO TECH DEL

  • H. NIL

BRGDS SURYO /22200

  • b. Technical Delay Condition. Technical Delay Exceeding 5 Minutes. If the technical delay is 30 minutes or less (exceeding 5 min), MAINTAVI One and Final message is only required. Describing the exact reason for the technical delay, including ETA/ ATA and ETD/ ATD. The message must be sent within 15 minutes after ATD. Example: Route RUH to CGK. QD CGKMOGA CGKMTGA CGKMKGA CPYXXXX CGKMQGA JKTOMGA CGKMLGA .RUHKKGA 181423NOV01 MM/TX/127/ FEB/ 01 MAINTAVI ONE N FINAL GA-975/ PK-GSI/ DTE

    • A. ENG #1 FUEL FILTER ICING LT REMAIN ILL DURING WHOLE POS GRND N FLT REMAIN ILL AFTER FUEL HEAT APPLIED

1.

2.

RECOMPL NO.4 ADP PRESS LT ILL WITH THE RUN LT ILL X ADP PRESS FLUCTUATING 2000-2600 PSI

3.

4.

5.

LOCK SYS GALLEY 609/659 U/S

COFFE MAKER POS 206 U/S

READING LT SEAT 25D U/S

  • B. CHK FOUND FILTER DIFF PRESS SW STUCK CLOSED X DUE TO NIS DISPATCH PER DDG 01-73 ITEM 4 PAGE-1 N TRF TO HIL

1.

2.

FOUND NO.4 ADP TURBINE DRIVE OIL EMPTY X SERVICED OIL ADP TURBINE DRIVE X RUN ADP IN AUTO N CONTINOUS POS X ADP OIL LEAK CHECK OK X PRESS CHK 3000 PSI X P’SE REPORT FURTHER

3.

4.

5.

RETIGHTENED LOCK POS 609/659 X CHK OK NOW

RESET THERMAL SW C/M 206

RELAMPED SEAT 25D BUT STILL BAD X SUSPECT DECODER WAS BAD X TRF DUE TO NIS SPARE P/N 1103070-110 P/N 1103070.

  • C. NIL

  • D. NIL

  • E. ENG OIL 00/02/01/00

  • F. ETA/ATA 0915/0950 ETD/ATD 1415/ 1440

  • G. TOTAL DELAY 00.25

  • H. REF DDG 01-73 FUEL DIFF PRESS SW. STUCK CLOSE HIL CAT C P/N 642067

1.

2.

READING LIGHT DECODER P/N 1103070-110 HIL

BRGDS ANGGORO/ 2552

Technical Delay more than 30 Minutes.

If the expected delay more than 30 minutes, the MAINTAVI ONE message should be sent within 30 minutes after scheduled departure time, not to delay the MAINTAVI TWO message. Example:

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QD CGKMOGA CGKMTGA CPYXXXX JKTOMGA CGKMQGA CGKMLGA DPSKKGA .DPSMMGA 121355/FEB05

MM/TX/187/FEB/05

MAINTAVI ONE GA-443/DTE PK-GGD LIGHTNING STRIKE DURING APPROACH DPS WITH EXTENDED LANDING GEAR STP. INSPECTION IAW TO AMM CHAP 5-53-00 IN PROGRESS STP ADVCT 1415 FLSTP BRGDS MADE/ AUTH. NO.

A MAINTAVI TWO and/ or further MAINTAVI message should be sent if the investigation has been completed and/ or further information available, describing the finding in detail. In case of prolong delays, keep home base informed at regular intervals about progress of work. Example:

QD CGKMOGA CGKMTGA CPYXXXX JKTOMGA CGKMQGA CGKMLGA DPSKKGA .DPSMMGA 121447/NOV02

MM/TX/188/NOV/02

MAINTAVI TWO GA-443/DTE PK-GGD LIGHTING STRIKE INSPECTION PERFORMED WITH FOLLOWING FINDINGS CMA RH STAB STATIC DISCHARGE COMPLETELY BURN STP PART BEING REPLACED STP ADVCT 1545 FLSTP BRGDS MADE/ AUTH. NO

As standard time The FINAL MAINTAVI should be sent whenever the repair was completed. The FINAL MAINTAVI message must contains ETA/ATA and ETD/ATD, TOTAL

TIME DELAY, DELAY CODE (Ref. MAINTAVI

...

AND

FINAL FORM). Use GMT/UTC.

Note:

Garuda-Punctuality Improvement Program Delay Code may be used in order to analysis and decision by management is in precisely manner.

Example:

QD CGKMOGA CGKMTGA CPYXXXX JKTOMGA CGKMQGA CGKMLGA DPSKKGA .DPSMMGA 121423/FEB02

MM/TX/189/FEB/02

MAINTAVI THREE N FINAL GA-443/ DTE PK-GGD

  • A. AML SEQ 25 LIGHTING STRIKE DURING APPROACH WITH EXTENDED LANDING GEAR

  • B. INSP ACC MAI CHPT 5 PERFORMED

  • C. FOUND RH STABILIZER DISCHARGER COMPL BURNT

  • D. REPLACED RH STABILIZER DISCHARGER

  • E. ADD #3 ENG OIL 2 QTRS ADD APU OIL 1 QRTS

  • F. ETA/ ATA 1315/ 1310 ETD/ ATD 1430/ 1550

  • G. DELAY 1 HR 20 MIN

DELAY CODE 43

  • H. NIL BRGDS MADE FLSTP

/ AUTH. NO

Note: After Aircraft departure the Technical Trouble Delay Report shall be made and to be reported to MCC see par 2.

  • c. Need for Assistance. When the assistance (e.g. advise, expert, tools, etc) is needed from home-base/ CGK, the MAINTAVI shall be composed and send through telex. Example: QD CGKMOGA CGKMTGA CPYXXXX CGKMLGA JKTOMGA CGKMQGA BPNKKGA

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.BPNMMGA 261625

MM/TX/022/FEB01

MAINTAVI ONE GA-517/DTE PK-GGR WITH A/P OFF DURING GEAR EXTENSION A/C BANK 20 DEGREE TO THE RIGHT WITH UNKNOWN REASON STP NORMAL LANDING PERFORMED STP PSE ADV MAINT AND PROCEDURE TO FOLLOW FLSTP BRGDS SUGIATMO/ AUTH. NO

  • d. Engine Trouble. Whenever engine trouble occurs which can not be located within a certain time and/ or engine failure/ damage caused by foreign object, an additional MAINTAVI should be composed and send through telex.

  • e. Aircraft On Ground (AOG) and Waiting Spare. Whenever the aircraft on ground (AOG) at the line station caused by NO GO Item and should be served from home base, the MAINTAVI should be sent according to procedure par 3. Following this MAINTAVI the material request telex must be sent soonest to QU (urgent message). Example: QU CGKMMGA CGKMOGA CPYXXXX JKTOMGA CGKMQGA CGKMLGA CGKMDGA CGKBTGA DPSKKGA .DPSMMGA 140955 MM/TX/026/JAN01 AOG AOG AOG PK-GGD AS GA-407/14 AOG DUE TO IAS #1 U/S STP BADLY NEEDED 1EA IAS P/N 2594466- 902 STP PSE SENT ASAP FLSTP BRGDS WAYAN/ AUTH. NO Also suggested to contact home base CGKMOGA or phone call 62-021-5502465 or 5506480 or FAX-5502448, before or after sent the telex.

  • f. Dispatch Authorization. If Pilot In Command (PIC) agree to dispatch beyond the DDG/ MEL, or if the technical trouble encountered is of such nature that the safety of the aircraft and its operation is threatened in anyway. Directly or indirectly (engine shutdown, fire warning, abnormal landing gear operation or indication, unsatisfactory response or malfunctioning of flight control, etc) the respective of MAINTAVI message shall be dispatched before departure of the aircraft. The additional address shall be sent to CGKMLGA (line Maintenance), CGKMEGA (Engineering Service) and JKTOFGA (Flight Operation). Example: (1) Dispatch Authorization telexes will be dispatched using “QX” priority code. If an

(2)

aircraft departs under a Dispatch Authorization, a special telex must be dispatch to that station and to all en route stations. The Dispatch Authorization telex will be in addition to any delay or other telexes, and serves as confirmation that conditions and limitations of issue have been complied with and as an alert to all en route stations.

(3)

Priority telex code “QX” shall be used to send request Dispatch Authorization telexes.

Requesting Dispatch Authorization Telex (Sample Format).

QX CGKMOGA CPYXXXX JKTOMGA CGKMQGA JKTOFGA CGKMEGA CGKMLGA

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.NNNMMGA MMTX/ ZXZ/ DTE

ON ARR FOUND THE AIRCRAFT HAD PROBLEM (SPECIFIED DEFECT/ DAMAGE). TO RECTTIFY THE PROBLEM SPARE WERE NOT AVAILABLE OR NO FACILITY TO REPAIR, OR LIMITATION IS NOT COVER ON MEL OR CDL STOP . CHECK & MAKE SURE THAT THE AIRCRAFT CONDITION IS SAFE FOR FLIGHT STOP AFTER DISCUSED WITH PILOT IN COMMAND N AGREE TO CONTINUED FLIGHT WITH THIS CONDITION STOP, REQUEST DISPATCH AUTHORIZATION TO DISPATCH THIS AIRCRAFT TO HOME BASE STOP BRGDS JOHN/ AUTH. NO

Dispatch Authorization Telex (Sample Format).

QX NNNMGA or CONTRACTOR MAIN CPYXXXX (enroute sta) NNNKKGA CGKMEGA CGKMQGA CGKMLGA JKTOMGA JKTOFGA .CGKMOGA MO/ TX/ ZZZ/ DTE ATT TO DO

ON BEHALF OF GA AIRWORTHINESS MANAGEMENT ACCORDING TO THE PROBLEM OR DEFECT OR DAMAGE THE AIRCRAFT IS APPROVED TO DISPATCH WITH DA NO:……… TO HOME BASE (ALL OF WORK HASS BEEN DONE REF DA NO:……MUST BE RECORDED IN THE AML)

BRGDS CGKMOGA ON DUTY OFFICER NAME/ Auth. No or ID No.

  • g. Technical Irregularity Status/Complaint Report in Aircraft Log Book (AML). To ensure that Cengkareng Base and or the en-route station have the necessary action to maintain the continuity of operation in airworthy manner, all AML Book items shall include in the MAINTAVI message especially transfer items. Example: QD BTJMMGA CGKMTGA CPYXXXX CGKMOGA JKTOMGA CGKMQGA MESKKGA .MESMMGA 212015 MM/TX/102/FEB02 MAINTAVI ONE N FINAL GA198/DTE PK-GGR AML SEQ 36, ENG NO.1 GRND IDLE 5 PERCENT TOO LOW STP IDLE RPM ADJUSTED ACCORDING MM 71-00-00 PAGE 518 STP PSE OBSERVE AFTER FLT STP NO TECH DELAY STP BRGDS SETIABUDHI/ AUTH. NO If no technical delay occur it must be informed into the message with NO TECHNICAL DELAY.

  • h. Damage to any Part of the Aircraft by Foreign Object. Damage to any part of the aircraft by foreign object such as lighting strike, ground equipment, etc. even immediate repair is not required, the message should be sent to home base as soon as possible and it must be followed by Damage/Defect Report Form MZ-2-09. Record this cases on the Aircrat Status Damage Control Sheet MZ-2-07. Example:

QD CGKMOGA CGKMTGA CPYXXXX CGKMQGA SUBKKGA JKTOMGA CGKMLGA

.SUBMMGA 130945

MM/TX/142/JAN02

MAINTAVI ONE N FINAL GA-411/DTE PK-GWE

A.

NIL

B.

NIL

C.

  • 1. CML SEQ 23 MAIN WHEEL POS 1 WORN OUT

  • 2. CML SEQ 24 FWD CARGO DOOR SLIGHTLY DAMAGED BY CATERING TRUCK

D.

  • 1. REPLACED MAIN WHEEL POS 1

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2. FWD CARGO DOOR TEMPORARY REPAIR, REF SRM 52-32-01 FIG 101 (SHEET 1).N TRF TO HIL

  • E. NIL

  • F. ETA/ATA 0830/0832 ETD/ATD 0930/0935

  • G. NO DELAY

BRGDS MUDJIONO/ AUTH NO

  • i. Technical Delay due to Ground Handling Equipment. Departure delay exceeding 5 minutes as a result of maintenance and/ or ground handling equipment shall be reported to CGKMOGA and JKTOMGA. Example: QD CGKMTGA CGKMOGA CPYXXXX CGKMQGA CGKMLGA MESKKGA JKTOMGA .MESMMGA 150155 MM/TX/276/JAN01 EQPT DEL INFO GA151/15 PK-GWG DURING ENGINE START FOUND GTC SUDDENTLY AUTO SHUT STP NO REPLACEMENT AVL STP REPAIR THERMOCOUPLE CABLE BROKEN STP STARTING CONDITION AFTER 55 MINS REPAIR TIME STP TOTAL DELAY 20 MINS FLSTP BRGDS SUNARTO/ AUTH. NO

  • j. Service Difficulty Report (SDR) Telex. In case of major defect to the aircraft (iaw DGCA Advisory Circular 18-1), the Service Difficulty Report (SDR) telex must be sent to home base within 24 hours, and one copy to CGKMQGA Fax No 021-5590472. This event can be the AOG situation. Example QU CGKMOGA CGKMTGA CPYXXXX CGKMQGA CGKMEGA CGKMLGA .SINMMGA 190121 MM/TX/204/FEB2000
    ——SDR——SDR——SDR——- MAINTAVI TWO GA827/DTE PK-GGN AFT CRGO DOOR NEAR TO THE MID POST WAS TORN APPROX 8 CM IN HEIGHT N WIDTH FRM TOP BOTTOM APPROX 2 CM TO 0.5 CM X LWR REAR FUSELAGE SECT 4 NEAR TO APU DOOR PNL SLIGHTLY SCRATCHES X COTCT SQ FOR TEMPORARY REPAIR STP BRGDS KADIR / AUTH. NO

    • k. Spare Part and Material Replacement. All material used including the loan part were borrowed from other operator and Flight Kit. Shall be mentioned in the maintavi message in order to enable the home base to initiate replacement or to entry into the Computerized Data Storage System (SAP). State also if the material has been ordered from another station. ROCO (Removal Component) Telex, Example : QD CGKMMGA CGKMDGA CPYXXXX CGKBTGA CGKMOGA CGKMTGA .PLMMMGA 201520 MM/TX/051/FEB01 MAINTAVI ONE N FINAL GA108/20 PK-GWP AML SEQ 15 NO RADAR ANT SWEEP WITH ANT 10 DEGR UP STP REPLACED WX RADAR ANT STP INSTALLED SPARE FRM CGK STP ATA/ATD 1115/1500 FLSTP PN 56XXXXX ON 987MMMM OFF 896ZZZZZ RGDS TOHIR./AUTH. NO

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  • l. Delivery Time of MAINTAVI.

Always use UTC for estimate time of departure (ETD) and/ or further advice time (ADVCT); taking into consideration the local facilities, weather conditions, and also such things e.g. store, workshop, aircraft parking. This time should be fixed, if possible, in coordination with the Station Manager (KK) and/ or Pilot in Command (PiC).

  • m. Garuda Long Distance Operation Control Communication. Aircraft HF Transceiver may be use for long distance communication can be arranged by using Company Channel Frequency 7646 Khz to Aircraft Movement Control (JKTOMGA), however direct conversation between Station Engineer and Maintenance Control Center (Home-base), using telephone calls to MCC by dialing 62-21-5502465 or 62-21-5506480 or and Facsimile no. 62-21-5502448.

  • n. Maintavi Addresses. MAINTAVI messages should be addressed to CGKMOGA, destination STA copy to origin KKGA, CGKMLGA and to en route station. If there is any delay or suspected delay concerning to the irregularities or trouble the additional copy of MAINTAVI shall be sent to JKTOMGA & CGKMQGA. It will be necessary to advise next station(s), if operation is affected as a consequence of technical trouble e.g. trip fuel, Take Off Gross weight (TOGW), runway length, flight level, weather condition, etc., in coordination with Station Manager (KK). Note: Depending on the importance of the message, it can be given a varying priority compared to others. There are three remaining queues are the message send queues:

1) QU - for Urgent Messages. 2) QN - for Normal Messages. 3) QD - for Deferred Messages.

The Deferred Message (with prefix QD) have the lowest priority, and will only be sent when no Urgent or Normal Message exist in the system.

The line station engineer is responsible to the information contents in the MAINTAVI message. A message shall be made in English; Indonesian or both (English and Indonesian) may be use to get more clear interpretation of the message.

  • 4. AIRCRAFT DAMAGE/DEFECT REPORT Upon Accident/ Incident occur with damage to the aircraft, equipment or personnel injury a Line Stations manager should immediately report to home base (CGKMQGA/ CGKMOGA) Fax No. 62-21-5590472/ 62-21-5502448 by using appropriate form, Form MZ-2-09. Picture or sketch must be included. In case of the damage/defect could affect the aircraft airworthiness, report immediately by phone or by telex to home base before the formal written report is issued. The telex must contain scope of damage/defect and details of accident/incident.

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IV MAINT. REPORT & RECORD DAMAGE REPORT STATION : B 737-300 DATE : Jan 12,

DAMAGE REPORT

STATION : B 737-300

DATE : Jan

12, 2010

NO : 01/DR/2010

DAMAGE TO :

A/C Reg PK-GGA

A/C Equipment

 

Ground Equipment

Vehicles

Building

Other

Date of Accident Place of Accident Cause of Accident

: Mar 11, 2011 : CGK : Baggage Tractor hit fwd fuselage Rh side aircraft

 

Description of accident (Please enclose illustration) :

 

18.00

A/C on Block On at R 63

 

19.00

Prior to perform Daily the a/c engineer request electrical ground power

 

19.30

the ground power arrived towed by baggage tractor. Ground power operator prepare to start and connect electrical plug to aircraft. while the tractor disconnected and park in the RH side of the aircraft with engine running. The baggage tractor move by itself unwatched by the operator than hit the Fwd cargo door aircraft. This incident cause skin dent length 20cm wide 8cm and deep 6mm

Action Taken :

Replaced Cargo door and damage one sent to work shop for repair

 

Person and / or Companies involved : GPA Ground equipment provider

 

Prepared by

: Tarman/ 5364XX

Sign

: Tarman

 

Checked by

: Amir/ 5256YY

Sign

: Amir

Approved by

: Husain/ 5154 ZX

Sign

: Husain

 

Form MZ-2-09

Structure damage should be recorded in the Damage Control Sheet Form MZ-2-07 its available in the aircraft maintenance log book transparence pocket.

IV MAINT. REPORT & RECORD DAMAGE REPORT STATION : B 737-300 DATE : Jan 12,

AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL DAMAGE CONTROL SHEET

A/C TYPE ______________

A/C REG

______________

 

SEQ

DATE

TYPE OF

ACTION

STATUS

REPAIR

STATION

NAME

NO

DAMAGE

OPEN

CLOSED

INSTRUCTION

AUTH.NO

                 
                 
                 
                 
                 

Form MZ-2-07

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  • 5. MONTHLY TECHNICAL DELAY REPORT

This report shall be issued every month and send to Cengkareng Base ( CGKMOGA –MCC Out
This report shall be issued every month and send to Cengkareng Base ( CGKMOGA –MCC Out
Station Affair) on Saturday afternoon of 4 th week . Use Form MZ-2-20
LINE STATION MONTHLY TECHNICAL DELAY
REPORT
STATION
:
SIN
NO. REP.
:
MM002/02
MONTH / PERIOD
TOTAL FLIGHT
TOTAL TECH. DELAY
PERCENTAGE OF DELAY
:
FEB, 02
DATE
MARCH 01, 2002
: RAMELAN
:
:
400 FLT
PREPARED
:
1 FLT
CHECKED
:
ALEP
:
0,25 %
APPROVED
: MURAD
NO
DATE
FLT NO
A/C
REASON OF DELAY
HOURS REMARKS
REG
1.
120202 GA966
PK-GWK
AIRCRAFT RTB DUE TO LSA DISAGREE LIGHT
ILLUMINATES FOLLOW BY CONFIG ON NWP
AND OBSERVED LH LSA MOVING WHILE MANU
VER.
1 HR
LH LSA ACTUATOR REPLACED, AND GROUND
CHECKED NORMAL.

Form MZ-2-20

  • 6. AOG REPORT

Any irregularity occurred at the Line Station that already declared as AOG (Aircraft On Ground), the Line Station Engineer shall report to home base (CGKMOGA) by using the AOG Form and progress of rectification. Report may be made by telex or facsimile to CGKMOGA/ MCC (fax no. 62-21-5502448 and 5501605). The AOG detail report shall include the description of AOG trouble/ accident or incident (hard / crash landing, bird strike, rejected take off, hit by equipment, excessive maneuver, etc), rectification and action taken, component request, expert/ tools request, the result or progress, and expecting of aircraft serviceable.

AIRCRAFT ON GROUND REPORT
 

AIRCRAFT ON GROUND REPORT

AIRCRAFT TYPE

:

A330

DATE

:

JAN 09, 2007

AIRCRAFT REG.

:

PK-GPF

REF/ NO

:

SINMM/TX/147/ 07

STATION

:

SIN

TO

:

CGKMOGA

SUBJECT

:

EGT ENG POS # 2 LOWER

FROM

:

SINMMGA

 

THAN OTHER

PREPARED BY

:

FIRMAN

 

APPROVED BY

:

SUHERMANTO .

DESCRIPTION :

GA-992/09 JAN/PK-GPF A.O.G. AT SIN DUE TO EGT ENG POS #2 LOWER THAN THE OTHER.

REQ SPARE FROM CGK :

1. 1 EA EGT INDICATOR KSSU 742153

 

2. 4 EA THERMOCOUPLE. REQ O/B GA-886/09 JAN ATD : 20.00 LT

 

RECTIFICATION :

AFTER CHECKED AT THERMOCOUPLE RACK AND ELECTR. CONNECTOR OF INDICATOR, CONFIRMED INDICATOR WAS BAD.

EXPERT/ COMPONENT/ SPECIAL TOOL REQUIRED :

 

AUH STILL WAITING SPARE FROM CGK AS FOLLOWS :

 
  • 1. 1 EA EGT INDICATOR NNXXX2153

3. 1 EA THERMOCOUPLE P/N 9055M90P02

  • 2. 1 EA THERMOCOUPLE P/N XXNNM14P01

4. 1 EA THERMOCOUPLE P/N 9055M90P01

  • 5. 1 EA THERMOCOUPLE P/N 9055M91P01

RESULT/ PROGRESS : PREPARE SPARE O/B GA-886/DTE

Form MZ-2-19

TECHNICAL HANDLING MANUAL

Date

: Dec. 21, 2011

 

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  • 7. INVENTORY REPORT

This report should be issued to home base every month as a control and for replenishment

allotment purposes (if any). This report including the equipment report and tools report. enclosed example.

See

 

STA

:

BKK

 

STATION INVENTORY REPORT

 

CHECKED BY

:

JHON

A /C TYPE : BOEING B737 PARTS / COMPONENTS

 

DATE

:

01.03.07

 

APPROVED. BY

:

SEAMUS. M

NO.

DESCRIPTION

PART

GA CODE

QTY

SERIAL NO.

EXPIRED

REMARK

NUMBER

ASS

AVL

 

S

01

FLOW CONT

31040

Z.26.06

  • 2 1

 

0185

  • 31.12. 01

 

02

VALVE

898052

-

  • 1 1

 

U57626

  • 26.04. 02

 

03

FIREX BOTTLE

3605812

W.49.01

  • 1 1

 

1P57

12.05.02

 
  • 8. PART/ COMPONENT USED REPORT Every components/ parts used for aircraft should be reported to home base (CGKMOGA) in monthly basis. See enclosed example.

 

MONTHLY COMPONENTS USED REPORT

 
 

STATION : BKK

PERIOD: 01S/D 30 APR 2002 CHECKED BY : SEAMUS MACMAHON

PREPARED BY: JHON

 

NO

COMPONENT

PART

S/N IN

S/N

POS

A/C REG

DATE

REMARKS

NUMBER

OUT

 
  • 1 HEAT -

1828203

73303

73311

 
  • 102 AIR LEAK

PK-GGG

030507

 

EXHANGER

  • 2 EXCITER

106310451C

46811

46802

PK-GGG

060507

  • 102 NO LIGHT

UP

  • 3 NU8004

GCU

948F4583

NIL

2

PK-GGN

010507

UNABLE

TO FEED

BUS

  • 9. SERVICE DIFFICULTY REPORT (SDR) In case of major defect to the aircraft (DGCA Advisory Circular 43-02), the SDR telex must be sent to home base CGKMOGA within 24 hours, and one copy to CGKMQGA Fax No 021- 5590472. This event can be the AOG situation. Service Difficulty Report (SDR) Telex. QU CGKMOGA CGKMTGA CPYXXXX CGKMQGA SINKKGA .SINMMGA 190121/DEC07 MM/TX/204/DEC07
    ——SDR——SDR——SDR——- MAINTAVI TWO GA823/DTE PK-GGW AFT CARGO DOOR NEAR TO THE MID POST WAS TORN APPROX 8CM IN HEIGHT N WIDTH FRM TOP BOTTOM APPROX 2CM TO 0.5CM X LWR REAR FUSELAGE SECT BS 827 SLIGHTLY SCRATCHES X COTCT SQ FOR TEMPORARY REPAIR STP BRGDS MURAD A / AUTH. NO The SDR shall be reported to DGCA by using form : 43-01, describing the defect, malfunction or other service difficulties as explained in AC 43-02 if occur certain malfunction , defect, failure or occurrence ;

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  • a. Aircraft Structure

1)

Major defect or damage to aircraft structure.

2)

Any failure of aircraft primary structure or principal structural element.

3)

Cracks, permanent deformation, or corrosion defect or damage of aircraft primary

4)

structure or principal structural element that a repair scheme is not already provided in the manufacturer’s repair manual, or that occur after repair. Serious cracks, permanent deformation, burning or serious corrosion of structure

5)

found during scheduled maintenance of the aircraft or component. Any part of the aircraft that would endanger the aircraft or any person becoming

6)

detached in flight or during operations on the ground. Defects or damage to aircraft structures, if more than allowed tolerances.

  • b. Powerplant

1)

Engine in-flight-shut-down (IFSD) neither intentional shutdown or significant power

2)

loss because of flameout, external damage to the engine or aircraft structure occurs, foreign object ingestion or icing. Malfunction of any engine control system.

3)

Un-commanded loss of thrust/power, shutdown or failure of any engine.

4)

Uncontained failure of engine compressor, turbines.

5)

An engine exhaust system that causes damage during flight to the engine (including asymmetrical or un-commanded thrust reversal), adjacent structure, equipment, or components.

  • c. Aircraft System or Equipment

1)

Fires or explosion during flight neither protected or not protected by related fire

2)

warning system. False fire warning during flight including multiple or serious malfunctioning of

3)

avionics, indicating, warning, radio or navigation system resulting in hazardous flight information, e.g. excessive errors of instruments. Fire warning, except those immediately confirmed as false

4)

Aircraft component that causes smoke, vapor, toxic or noxious fume in the aircraft.

5)

Fuel or fuel dumping system that affects fuel flow or causes hazardous leakage

6)

during flight. Fuel system malfunction that has significant effect on fuel supply and/or distribution

7)

Fuel leakage that results in substantial loss or is a fire hazard.

8)

Significant leakage or flow interruption/exhaustion of fuel, hydraulic fluid, or oil that

9)

has significant effect on supply and/or distribution. Unwanted landing gear extension or retraction, or unwanted opening or closing of

10)

landing gear doors during flight. This condition also including failure of landing gear to retract or extent, or to support the aircraft. Brake system components (consist of failure of wheels, brakes or tires) that result in

11)

loss of brake actuating force when the aircraft is in motion on the ground. Significant loss of braking action.

12) Aircraft components or systems that result in taking emergency actions during flight

13)

(except action to shutdown an engine). Loss of control of cabin pressure.

14) Failure or malfunction of an electrical, hydraulic, or pneumatic system resulting in loss of that system to the aircraft.

15)

Malfunction of any flight control system.

16) Emergency evacuation systems or components including all exit doors, passenger emergency evacuation lighting systems, or evacuation equipment that are found defective, or that fail to perform the intended functions during an actual emergency

or during training, schedule testing, maintenance, demonstrations, or inadvertent deployments.

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  • d. Other Defect, faults, malfunctions and other occurrences

1)

Servicing with incorrect fluids.

2)

Lighting or bird strikes, hard or over-weight landings, turbulence, overspeed flight

3)

conditions, and on-aircraft hazardous material spillage that may affect airworthiness and require a conditional special inspection. Rejected take offs for either actual or for false warning indications of malfunctioning

4)

systems or components. Return to base for any reason.

In any case, where the filing of a report under the preceding paragraph might prejudice the aircraft maintenance, it will be referred to the DGCA for a determination as to whether it must be reported.

If the defect or malfunction could result in an imminent hazard to flight, the Garuda Indonesia will use the most expeditious method to inform the Indonesian DGCA and Type certificate holder (if applicable) and OEM (if applicable).

  • 10. EMERGENCY RESPONSE General.

An aircraft accident would involve major structural damage, a major fire, serious injury to passenger or crew, or any situation serious enough to warrant evacuation of the aircraft.

This procedures is describes to accommodate emergency action in case of aircraft accident / incident were reported. The definitions of aircraft accident/ incident are explained in the ICAO Annex 13.

Emergency Response Plan (ERP) manual contain the policy and procedure to manage and coordinate an emergency successfully.

The ERP Manual is to be used where Garuda Indonesia flights, regional airlines and code-share flights are affected.

  • a. Flight Emergency Categories:

1)

A major accident without warning where severe damage has occurred to an aircraft

2)

and severe injury or death to passenger and crew. A potentially serious accident where advance notice has been received (such as a

3)

severe fire aboard an aircraft, wheel ups landing, or structural damage in flight) A moderately serious situation involving such items as landing with an engine

4)

inoperative, hydraulic difficulties, and warning light irregularity Potentially serious accident where general cargo or hazardous materials are identified as toxic or flammable materials.

  • b. Ground mishaps involve situations such as:

1)

Aircraft equipment ground damages.

2)

Cargo damage.

3)

Fire resulting from fuel spills or other causes.

4)

Personnel injuries / death.

5)

Hijack and bomb threat.

  • c. Procedures. Regardless of the type of accident, the first priority is the rescue of all involved, and the second, the protection of the aircraft, aircraft equipment and building.

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Garuda Indonesia shall have emergency plan, and will be coordinated with airport authority to make sure that no conflicts exist. Detail procedures are covers in the Aircraft Crisis Manual and Accident/ Incident Manual.

  • d. Response to Emergency Phase.

1)

Immediate Action.

In the vent of aircraft accident/ incident or disaster.

  • a) Notify Operations Control Center (JKTOPGA) and Maintenance Control Center (CGKMOGA), Technical Operation Control (CGKMLGA), Airworthiness Management (CGKMQGA).

  • b) Prepare and activate Site Control Center.

  • c) Activate Local ERP.

  • d) Notify Local airport Authority when coordination is required ..

  • e) Provide information and expertise to assists the rescue authorities as quickly as possible.

  • f) Prepare staff to coordinate at the location of accident.

2)

Response.

The person or agency must be prepared to act individually and should maintain contact with the communication to the MCC/ CGKMOGA, CGKMLGA, CGKMQGA JKTOPGA.

3)

Recovery.

Recovery is complex, time consuming operation. Recovery plan must be developed based on the requirements/ finding of all response agencies.

  • 11. RECORD RETENTION Record retention means to maintain record and filed in certain time in accordance with the requirement of Aviation Authority.

    • a. Freezing Aircraft Record.

Upon

the record

have to

be

used

for investigation,

the

respective record shall be

assembled

by

contracted

maintenance

and

surrounded

to

the

Garuda Indonesia

Airworthiness

Management, who

will place

in secure

area until

inspected by

DGCA

Inspector.

  • b. Record Retention.

Record of Before Departure/Transit/ Daily/ Service/ Weekly inspection are classified as routine technical record including station copy Aircraft Maintenance Log (AML) and Cabin Maintenance Log (CML) of work shall be kept file for six (6) months.

The contracted technical handling agents are requested to send the routine technical record including station copy of Aircraft Maintenance Log (AML) and Cabin Maintenance Log (CML) to Cengkareng (TLP) Maintenance Planning & Control Phone : 5508093, Sita telex, CGKMOGA.

  • 12. Form TTDR

The technical trouble delay report shall be made in English and the hand written in block/ capital letter may be used. In case of TTDR form were not available, station engineer may reported the technical delay by using printed out from Personal Computer.

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Technical Trouble Delay Report (TTDR) consists of 4 (four) sheets. Please take the last of sheet for station copy, and the other copy should be sent to home base (CGKMOGA) as soon as possible to distribute to other selected address may be send by facsimile address to CGKMOGA 062 21 5502448.

Sample TTDR Form MZ-2-11

Station Nr Technical Trouble Delay Report A/C Type A/C Reg Flight Nr Date Classification ATA Prepared
Station
Nr
Technical Trouble Delay Report
A/C Type
A/C Reg
Flight Nr
Date
Classification
ATA
Prepared
Approved
Pilot in Command / Captain
Actual Time of Departure
Scheduled or Revised Time of Departure
Total Technical Delay Time
Actual Time of Arrival
Type of Maintenance
Check
A/C Ready for Traffic
Cancellation
Aborted T/O
Flight Remark
Preflight Check Remark
..
Returned to Ramp
Return After T/O
Inspection Remark
PRIMARY CAUSE.
NO – GO item
shall be defined as a technical defect or malfunction that caused
the event.
The applicable Aircraft Maintenance Log remark should be quoted.
The concise description of the troubleshooting performed and the
remedying action taken shall also be given in this space.
REF . TELEX ……………………………………………………

Form MZ-2-11 (12-01)

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SECONDARY CAUSE

Shall be accounted for any secondary or contributory circumstances which have had influence on the delay
Shall be accounted for any secondary or contributory circumstances
which have had influence on the delay besides the actual repair itself,
e.g. time required for obtaining spare, tools, and advise, adverse
working condition necessity to remove the aircraft from the ramp,
etc.
 

Reserve A/C Status

 

Secondary Cause Evaluation

 

Lack of Spare Parts

  • Crew Disposition

  • Ineffective Rectification

  • Faulty Replacement Part

 
 

Lack of Manpower

  • Ineffective Inspection

  • Failure Descript Incomplete

  • Communication Part

   
 

Lack of Tools

 

Difficult Trouble - Shouting

 

Faulty Ground Equipment

 

Needs Further Investigation

 

PREVENTIVE MEASURES

Any measures aimed at preventing recurrences that suggested, considered or in effect should be here accounted
Any measures aimed at preventing recurrences that suggested,
considered or in effect should be here accounted for
REMARKS Remark , any difficulty which could arise during this situation should be written on this
REMARKS
Remark , any difficulty which could arise during this situation should
be written on this column, such as panel removal, contact home base
by telephone, etc.

Form MZ-2-11 (12-01)

 

END

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