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PT. PAS

PT. PENERBANGAN ANGKASA SEMESTA

Bell Helicopter 407

MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

Reissue, Revision 02 Date : February 24, 2020

Copy Number : MP-B407-01 Holder : DGCA

All rights reserved by Technical Department PT. Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta. This document issued based on the Bell 407 Maintenance Planning Guide Issue No. 001, 2020-01-06 and Rolls Royce Engine Maintenance Manual M250-C47B Edition 2, Rev. 22, 2019-09-01. No person permitted to reproduce or disclosure to third parties of this document or any part there of for purposes other than explicitly allowed except with the prior written permission of PT.

Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta.

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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

Document No : PAS-004 Reissue Rev. 02, Date : Feb 24, 2020 Page : LEP - 1

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

This listing contains all current pages, with effective date of the Maintenance Program. It should be reviewed after posting changes to ensure the manual is complete and up to date.

TITLE PAGE PAGE REVISION

NUMBER

ISSUED DATE

APPROVAL Reissue, Rev.00 June 6, 2018

CONTROL PAGE CP-1 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

LEP (List of Effective Pages) LEP-1 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020 LEP (List of Effective Pages) LEP-2 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020 LEP (List of Effective Pages) LEP-3 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

TOC (Table of Contents) TOC-1 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

TOC (Table of Contents) TOC-2 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

TOC (Table of Contents) TOC-3 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Company Statement I Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Introduction II Reissue, Rev. 01 Feb 4, 2019

Revision Highlight III Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Affected Aircraft IV Reissue, Rev. 01 Feb 4, 2019

Record of Revisions V Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Distribution List VI Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 1 - General Introduction 1-1 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 1 - Purpose of Maintenance Program 1-2 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 1 - Name and Address of the

Operator 1-3 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 1 - Affected Aircraft 1-4 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 1 - Manual Control System 1-5 Reissue, Rev. 01 Feb 4, 2019 Chapter 1 - Manual Control System 1-6 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018

Chapter 1 - Abbreviation 1-7 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018

Chapter 1 - Abbreviation 1-8 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018

Chapter 1 - Definitions 1-9 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 1 - Definitions 1-10 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 1 - Definitions 1-11 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 1 - Definitions 1-12 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 1 - Definitions 1-13 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 1 - Maintenance Program Layout 1-14 Reissue, Rev. 01 Feb 4, 2019

Chapter 1 - Form to be Used 1-15 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 1 – Data Module Code (DMC) 1-16 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 2 - General 2-1 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 2 - Schedule Maintenance 2-2 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 2 - Schedule Maintenance 2-3 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 2 - Types of Inspection 2-4 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

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TITLE PAGE PAGE REVISION

NUMBER

ISSUED DATE Chapter 2 - Types of Inspection 2-5 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020 Chapter 2 - Types of Inspection 2-6 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 2 - Airframe Schedule Maintenance 2-7 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 2 - Airframe Schedule Maintenance 2-8 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020 Chapter 2 - Airframe Schedule Maintenance 2-9 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020 Chapter 2 - Airframe Schedule Maintenance 2-10 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020 Chapter 2 - Airframe Schedule Maintenance 2-11 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020 Chapter 2 - Special Inspection 2-12 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 2 - Special Inspection 2-13 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 2 - Conditional Inspection and

Special Inspection 2-14 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018

Chapter 2 - Conditional Inspection and

Special Inspection 2-15 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018

Chapter 2 - Optional Equipment Schedule

Inspection 2-16 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018

Chapter 2 - Optional Equipment Schedule

Inspection 2-17 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018

Chapter 2 - Engine Schedule Maintenance 2-18 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 2 - Engine Schedule Maintenance 2-19 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 2 - Engine Schedule Maintenance 2-20 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020 Chapter 2 - Engine Special Inspection 2-21 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020 Chapter 2 - Engine Special Inspection 2-22 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020 Chapter 2 - Engine Special Inspection 2-23 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020 Chapter 2 - Servicing and Lubrication 2-24 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 2 - Servicing and Lubrication 2-25 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 2 - Servicing and Lubrication 2-26 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 2 - Servicing and Lubrication 2-27 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 Chapter 2 - Servicing and Lubrication 2-28 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018

Chapter 2 - CASR Requirement 2-29 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018

Chapter 2 - Inspection and Overhaul

Tolerance 2-30 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018

Chapter 2 - Inspection and Overhaul

Tolerance 2-31 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 2 - Inspection and Overhaul

Tolerance 2-32 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 3 - General Airworthiness Limitation

Schedule 3-1 Reissue, Rev. 00 May 25, 2018

Chapter 3 - General Airworthiness Limitation

Schedule 3-2 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 3 - Component Airworthiness

Limitation Schedule 3-3 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 3 - Component Airworthiness

Limitation Schedule 3-4 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

Chapter 3 - Component Airworthiness

Limitation Schedule 3-5 Reissue, Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter Sub Chapter

Para

Number Title Page No

- - - Control Page CP-1

- - - List of Effective Pages LEP-1

- - - List of Effective Pages LEP-2

- - - List of Effective Pages LEP-3

- - - Table of Contents TOC-1

- - - Table of Contents TOC-2

- - - Table of Contents TOC-3

- - - Company Statement I

- - - Introduction II

- - - Highlight Revision III

- - - Affected Aircraft IV

- - - Record of Revision V

- - - Distribution List VI

1 General 1-1

1.1 Introduction 1-1

1.2 The Purpose of Maintenance Program 1-2

1.3 Manual Distribution 1-2

1.4 Name and Address of the Operator 1-3

1.5 Manufacturer’s Technical Publications 1-3

1.6 Affected Aircraft 1-4

1.7 Revision 1-4

1.8 Deleted 1-5

1.9 Manual Control System 1-5

1.10 Abbreviations 1-7

1.11 Definitions 1-9

1.12 Maintenance Program Page Layout 1-14

1.13 Form to be Used 1-15

1.14 Data Module Code (DMC) 1-15

2 Maintenance Process 2-1

2.1 General 2-1

2.2 Scheduled Maintenance 2-2

2.3 Inspection 2-2

2.3.1 Type of Inspection 2-4

2.4 Airframe Schedule Maintenance 2-7

2.4.1 Post flight / Weekly Inspection 2-7

2.4.2 Airframe Progressive Inspection Program 2-7 2.4.3 Airframe Periodic Inspection Program 2-10

2.4.5 Corrosion Control Inspection 2-11

2.4.6 Miscellaneous Inspection 2-11

2.5 Special Inspection 2-12

2.5.1 Table Special Inspection 2-12

2.6 Conditional Inspection & Special Inspection 2-14

2.6.1 After Hard Landing Inspection 2-14

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Chapter

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Number Title Page No

2.6.2 Sudden stoppage (main rotor) power ON or OFF 2-14 2.6.3 Sudden Stoppage (tail rotor) power ON or OFF 2-15 2.6.4 After Main Rotor Overspeed Inspection 2-15

2.6.5 Overtorque 2-15

2.6.6 Engine Compressor Stall or Surge 2-15

2.6.7 After Lighting Strike 2-15

2.7 Optional Equipment Schedule Inspection 2-16

2.7.1 Emergency Floatation System 2-16

2.7.2 Air Conditioning System Inspection 2-16

2.7.3 Auxiliary Fuel Tank Inspection 300 Flight hour/12

Months 2-16

2.7.4 Cargo Hook Onboard System 2-16

2.7.5 Cargo Mirror Kit 2-16

2.7.6 Lead Acid Main Battery 2-17

2.8 Engine Schedule Maintenance 2-18

2.8.1 General 2-18

2.8.2 Schedule Maintenance Inspection 2-19

2.8.3 Engine Special Inspection 2-21

2.9 Servicing & Lubrication 2-24

2.9.1 Servicing 2-24

2.9.2 Grease Lubrication Intervals 2-25

2.9.3 Oil and Lubrication Table 2-27

2.10 Additional Airworthiness Requirement 2-29

2.10.1 Weight and Balance 2-29

2.10.2 Compass Swing 2-29

2.10.3 Pitot Static & Altimeter Test 2-29

2.10.4 ATC Transponder Test 2-29

2.10.5 ELT Check 2-29

2.10.6 VOR Equipment Check 2-29

2.10.7 Ground Run and Test Flight 2-29

2.11 Inspection and Overhaul Tolerance 2-30

2.11.1 General 2-30

3 Airworthiness Limitation Schedule 3-1

3.1 General 3-1

3.2 Component Airworthiness Limitations Schedule 3-3

3.3 Component Interim Inspection Schedule 3-11

3.4 Engine Airworthiness Section 3-12

3.5 Time Between Overhaul 3-16

3.5.1 General 3-16

3.5.2 Engine Component TBO 2-20

4 Standard Procedure 4-1

4.1 Maintenance Procedure 4-1

4.2 Required Inspection Item 4-1

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Number Title Page No

4.2.1 General 4-1

4.2.2 Required Inspection Item items 4-2

4.3 Maintenance Return to Service 4-4

4.4 Continuing Analysis Surveillance 4-4

4.5 Maintenance Personnel 4-4

4.6 Ground Run or Ground Test 4-4

4.7 Test Flight 4-5

4.8 Short Term Escalation 4-5

4.9 Capability Inspection 4-6

4.10 Airworthiness Requirement (CASR Requirement) 4-6

4.10.1 Weight and Balance 4-6

4.10.2 Compass Swing 4-6

4.10.3 Emergency Located Transmitter 4-7

4.10.4 Altimeter and Static Pressure Test 4-7

4.10.5 ATC Transponder 4-7

4.10.6 VOR Equipment Check 4-7

4.11 Approved Parts and Storage 4-7

Appendix Task Card Appendix

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INTRODUCTION

The Maintenance Program is made to replace the Airworthiness Aircraft Inspection Program (AAIP).

The purpose of this Maintenance Program is to provide guidelines to all maintenance personnel and other person(s) involved in maintaining Bell-407 Helicopters operated by PT. Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta.

By following these guidelines, it is hoped that they will carry out their assigned duties and responsibilities in compliance with manufacturer’s recommendations and CASR, in order to bring the aircraft in airworthy condition and to maintain a continuing airworthiness of the aircraft.

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REVISION HIGHLIGHT

No Description of Revision Remarks

1 To added the Company Statement General

2 To revise the Highlight Revision General

3 To revise the format of the Distribution List General

4 To Revise Manufacturer’s Technical Publications Chapter 1

5 To Revise Definitions Chapter 1

6 To Added Procedure Data Module Code (DMC) Chapter 1

7 To Revised Reference of Lubrication, Servicing and Corrosion Control Chapter 2

8 To Deleted Progresive inspection Chapter 2

9 To Deleted Two Item Engine Type Inspection Chapter 2

10 To Added Part Number of Component Airworthiness Limitation Item Chapter 3

11 To Added Procedure of Tolerance Chapter 3

12 To Added RII Item Chapter 4

This Maintenance Program for Bell 407 Series of PT. Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta has been reviewed based on Bell 407 Maintenance Planning Guide Issue No. 001, dated January 6, 2020, and Rolls Royce M250-C47B Operation and Maintenance Manuals Edition 2, Revision 22 dated 01 September 2019 and meets all applicable requirements set forths in the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations (CASR).

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AFFECTED AIRCRAFT

AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION

This aircraft specification is used to be a reference for maintenance of the aircraft as follows:

1. MANUFACTURER : BELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON

2. TYPE OF AIRCRAFT : BELL-407

3. AIRCRAFT SERIAL NUMBER : 53029

4. AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION : PK - JTR

5. REGISTRATION NUMBER : 1710

6. TYPE OF ENGINE : ROLLS ROYCE 250-C47B

7. OWNER / OPERATOR : PT. PENERBANGAN ANGKASA SEMESTA

8. ADDRESS : JL. PLATINA III LINGKUNGAN 14

MARTUBUNG, TITI PAPAN – MEDAN DELI 20242, MEDAN – SUMATERA UTARA

8. TELEPHONE : +62 61 661 5511

9. FACSIMILE : +62 61 661 4892

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RECORD OF REVISION

Revision

Number Date Issued Date of Approval

DGCA Approved

Insert By

(Original) Mar 06, 2005 March 23, 2005 Rachmad Lubis Ardiansyah Achmad Rev 01 April 12, 2007 April 19, 2007 Muzaffar Ismail Ardiansyah

Achmad Rev 02 Nov 08, 2007 Nov 20, 2007 Chairun Nizar Ardiansyah

Achmad Rev 03 Jan 20, 2009 March 10, 2009 Azis Saka Ardiansyah

Ahmad

Rev 04 Dec 15 , 2010 June. 2011 M. Idris Hary

Poerwantono Rev. 05 April , 2014 April , 2014 Oma Sudarma Hary

Poerwantono Rev.06 December,

2014 December, 2014 Oma Sudarma Hary

Poerwantono Rev. 07 March , 2015 March , 2015 Bonar P.

Manurung

Hary Poerwantono Rev. 08 June , 2016 June , 2016 Deni Widya Utomo Dedi Rohadi

Rev. 09 July , 2017 August , 2017 Aang Sunandang Tuti M. Laeliyah Reissue,

Rev. 00 May 25, 2018 June 6, 2018 Kikin Asikin Tuti M. Laeliyah Reissue,

Rev. 01 Feb 4, 2019 Mochamad Idris Tuti M. Laeliyah Reissue,

Rev. 02 Feb 24, 2020 Sokhib Al Rohman Tuti M. Laeliyah

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DISTRIBUTION LIST

The distribution list indicated below has received the original issue of this document and must continue to receive any revisions there to, unless such time as they are removed from the distribution list.

Copy No. Holder

MP-B407-01 DIRECTOR GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION

MP-B407-02 TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT

MP-B407-03 UNCONTROLLED COPY TECHNICAL

MANAGER

UNCONTROLLED COPY CHIEF INSPECTOR UNCONTROLLED COPY OUTSTATION BASE UNCONTROLLED COPY AIRCRAFT

ONBOARD

It will be the responsibility of Maintenance Manager and/or Engineer in Charge to ensure that all personnel working under his/her supervision have read and are familiar with this Maintenance Program.

It will be the responsibility of Chief Inspector to ensure that no body shall be allowed to work in the aircraft without a fully understanding of this Maintenance Program.

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G E N E R A L

1.1 Introduction

PT. Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta is engaged in the carriage of air charter under the terms and conditions of CASR Part 135. Bell 407 Maintenance Program has been prepared in accordance with Civil Aviation Safety Regulations, Parts 135.367 and is not contrary to any applicable Regulation, or the Company’s Operations Specifications or operating certificate.

The Maintenance Program has been compiled for the use and guidance of all personnel responsible for performing maintenance and/or overhaul on aircraft.

This manual is to be used in conjunction with other manuals, manufactures’ maintenance and overhaul manuals and in accordance with applicable Aviation Regulations. The Maintenance Program will provide direction for use with aircraft, engine, and component maintenance and overhaul manuals. It also provides guidelines on how to fulfill requirements outlined in CASR’s, AD’s, SB’s, etc. and the proper completion of the forms related to and distribution of the necessary reports in conjunction with the CASR’s. If any material described in this Manual is in conflict with the CASR, the CASR will take priority. Manufacturer’s manuals are also included and are considered part of the Company manual.

The Maintenance Program is to provide official guide regarding the proper procedures and practices to be followed in conducting maintenance under the Air Operator Certificate issued by Directorate General of Civil Aviation in compliance with Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR) Part 135 and related Parts.

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1.2 The Purpose of Maintenance Program

The purpose of this Maintenance Program is to provide guide lines to all maintenance personnel and other person(s) involved in maintaining Bell 407 Helicopters operated by PT.

Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta.

By following these guidelines, it is hoped that they will carry out their assigned duties and responsibilities in compliance with manufacturer’s recommendations and CASR, in order to bring the aircraft in airworthy condition and to maintain a continuing airworthiness of the aircraft.

1.3 Manual Distribution

The Manual are distributed on a required basis to the DGCA Office, individuals, departments and / or Maintenance Contract Agencies and should be used accordingly.

The manual are not transferable. Holder shall retain the manuals originally issued regardless of change of station or location.

Questions and/or comments on the contents of the Airbus Helicopter MBB-BK117 D2 Series Maintenance Documentation should be sent to the attention of the Technical Department at:

PT. PENERBANGAN ANGKASA SEMESTA Jalan Platina III Lingkungan 14 Martubung, Titi Papan – Medan Deli

Medan 20242 Indonesia

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1.4 Name and Address of the Operator

Company Name : PT. Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta

Address : Head Office

Spring Tower 05-52,

Jl. K.L. Yos Sudarso, Tanjung Mulia Medan 20241 – Indonesia

Hangar Facility

Jalan Platina III Lingkungan 14, Martubung Medan Deli, Kecamatan Medan Deli, Medan 20242 – Indonesia.

Phone No. : 62-61-6615511

Facsimile No. : 62-61-6614892

1.5 Manufacturer’s Technical Publications

This Maintenance Program is the basic document, which provides and specifies all schedule and unscheduled inspection program for the Bell Helicopter 407 Aircraft and the related component in order to meet the minimum standard of airworthiness, which is required by the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations (CASRs).

The Maintenance Program is prepared in accordance with the following documentation:

1. Bell Helicopter 407 Maintenance Planning Guide Issue No. 001, dated January 6, 2020.

2. Rolls Royce 250-C47B Operation and Maintenance Manuals Edition 2, Revision 22 dated 01 September 2019.

3. Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR).

Service Bulletin, Airworthiness Directives, Service Instruction, Service Letter Etc.

4. Other documents concerning this Maintenance Program.

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1.6 Affected Aircraft

The following list of Bell-407 Helicopters operated by PT. Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta, which will be maintained as set forth in this Technical Publications and procedures in this manual.

a. Aircraft Type : Bell 407 b. Serial Number : 53029 c. Registration : PK-JTR

d. Aircraft Manufacturer : Bell Helicopter Textron Inc.

e. Year of Manufacture : 1996

f. Engine Type : RR 250-C47B

g. Engine Manufacturer : Rolls Royce Detroit Allison

1.7 Revision

Revision to the Maintenance Program will be made in case any of the following conditions encountered:

Mandatory compliance with new regulations and/or changes of manufacturer’s recommendation.

Issuance of DGCA Technical Directives manufacturer’s Alert Service Bulletins, Technical bulletin or Commercial Engine Bulletin requiring recurrent inspection (including changes of component lifetime or cycles).

Adoption of a better system of inspection or standard maintenance procedures.

Revision of the Maintenance Program will require DGCA approval prior to incorporate into this Aircraft Inspection Program.

Revision to the Maintenance Program will be recorded in Revision Record page of the Aircraft inspection Program. Revision may also affect the List of Effective pages.

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It will be the responsibility of Maintenance Supervisor and/or Engineer in Charge at maintenance base and remote station(s) to keep the copies of Maintenance Program in his care in an up-to-date version, as revisions are furnished to him/her.

It will be the responsibility of Chief Inspector to ensure that Maintenance Program used is of the latest revision.

1.8 Deleted.

1.9 Manual Control System

Each approved revision will be distributed to each associated manual holder as registered in the Distribution List. The appropriate manual holder shall be responsible for entry on the revision/amendment record page.

Page Control System : a. Record of Revision

Designed to quickly identify the current revision status of the manual

b. List of Effective Pages

Designed to provide a summary listing of all applicable pages and the revision date for the entire manual.

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c. Page Format

MAINTENANCE PROGRAM BELL 407 CHAPTER 1 – GENERAL

COMPANY LOGO Title of Manual Title of Aircraft Title of Chapter Title of Chapter No

PAS-004 Document Number

Reissue Rev. 00, Date : May 25, 2018 Revision Number and Date of Issuance Page 1-1 Chapter 1, Page 1

It will be the responsibility of Technical Manager to assure that all personnel who involve in the aircraft maintenance activities have read and familiar with this Maintenance Program.

Manual holders are responsible for keeping this manual in up to date condition, as revisions are furnished to them. Manual are not transferable. Upon termination of employment or project location, the manuals shall be returned to Technical Department.

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1.10 Abbreviations

In order to expedite writings, some common maintenance terms will be used in abbreviated forms. The followings are the said abbreviated terms:

A/C : Aircraft

A.D. : Airworthiness Directive A.S.B. : Alert Service Bulletin A.O.G. : Aircraft On the Ground Cy : Cycles

C.E.B. : Commercial Engine Bulletin

C.R.O.M. : Component Repair and Overhaul Manual C.S.L. : Commercial Service Letter

C.S.N. : Cycles Since New C.S.O. : Cycles Since Overhaul C/O : Carry Out; Carried Out C/W : Comply With; Complied With Dy : Day or Days

Eng. : Engine

F.O.D. : Foreign Object Damage F.O.M. : Facilitate Other Maintenance H.C.C. : Historical Component Card H.S.I. : Hot Section inspection Hrs. : Hours

I.A.W. : In Accordance With I.L. : Information Letter

I.P.B. : Illustrated Parts Breakdown I.P.C. : Illustrated Parts Catalog M.E.L. : Minimum Equipment List

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M.M. : Maintenance Manual M/R : Main Rotor

N/A : Not Applicable; Not Affected; Not Available N.C.W. : Not Comply With; Not Complied With N.I.S. : None In Stock; Nil In Stock

N/R : Not Required; No Requirement O/H : Overhaul

O.C. : On Condition

O.S.N. : Operation Safety Notice P/N : Part Number

R : Retired

R.I.I. : Required Inspection Item S.B. : Service Bulletin

S.I. : Service Instruction S.L. : Service Letter

S.P.M. : Standard Practice manual S/N : Serial Number

T.B. : Technical Bulletin

T.B.O. : Time Between Overhaul T.C. : Total Cycles

T.S.I. : Time Since Inspection T.S.R. : Time Since Repair T.S.O. : Time Since Overhaul T.T. : Total Time

W.O. : Work Order Ye / Yr. : Years

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1.11 Definitions

Airworthiness Limitations : A section of the Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA) that contains each mandatory replacement time, inspection interval, and related inspection task (DMC- 407-A-04-00-00-00A-00SA-A). The information contained in the Airworthiness Limitations section may be changed to reflect service and/or test experience or new analysis methods.

Calendar Time : The elapsed time applicable to a specified calendar interval. The elapsed time starts on the day the inspection is completed, the component is installed, or the rotor is turned for the first time and ends on the day that the time limit expires. For example, if a repetitive inspection task with a calendar time of 1 year is completed on June 10th, the task would need to be subsequently performed on June 10th of the following year. Calendar time is continuous.

Calendar time does not stop when removing a component or placing the helicopter in storage, etc..

Condition : The state of an item compared to a known standard.

Damage : A physical deterioration of a component.

Delamination : Structural separation or cracking that occurs at or in the bond plane of a structural element, within a structural assembly, caused by in service accidental damage, environmental effects, and/or cyclic loading.

Disbond : See Delamination.

Discard : The removal from service of an item at a specified life limit or item that has damage that cannot be repaired.

Electrical Wire Interconnection System (EWIS) : An electrical connection between two or more points including the associated termination devices (e.g., connectors, terminal blocks, splices) and the necessary means for its installation and identification. It does not include system components (line replaceable units), relays, lights, etc.

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Document No. : PAS-004 Reissue Rev. 02, Date : Feb 24, 2020 Chapter/Page : 1-10 Examine, Visually : Look carefully to determine the condition of a part/component. Find how that condition relates to a specific standard.

Failure : The inability of an item to perform within previously specified limits.

Fault : An identifiable condition in which one element of a redundant system has failed (no longer available) without impact on the required function output of the system. At the system level, a fault is not considered a functional failure.

Flight Time : See Time-in-Service (Flight Time).

Function : The normal characteristic actions of an item.

Functional Check : A quantitative check to determine if one or more functions of an item performs within specified limits.

Inspection : A non-destructive examination of a part, component, or system to verify its conformity to a specific standard.

Inspection, Detailed : An intensive examination of a specific item, installation, or assembly to detect damage, failure, or irregularity. Available lighting is normally supplemented with a direct source of good lighting at an intensity deemed appropriate. Inspection aids such as mirrors, magnifying lenses, etc. may be necessary. Surface cleaning and elaborate access procedures may be required.

Inspection, General Visual : A visual examination of an interior or exterior area, installation, or assembly to detect obvious damage, failure, or irregularity. This level of inspection is made from within touching distance, unless otherwise specified. A mirror may be necessary to enhance visual access to all exposed surfaces in the inspection area. This level of inspection is made under normal available lighting conditions such as daylight, hangar lighting, flashlight, or drop-light and may require removal or opening of access panels or doors. Stands, ladders, or platforms may be required to gain proximity to the area being checked.

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Document No. : PAS-004 Reissue Rev. 02, Date : Feb 24, 2020 Chapter/Page : 1-11 Inspection, Special Detailed : An intensive examination of a specific item, installation, or assembly to detect damage, failure, or irregularity. The examination is likely to make extensive use of specialized inspection techniques and/or equipment. Intricate cleaning and substantial access or disassembly procedures may be required.

Inspection, Zonal : A collective term comprising selected general visual inspections and visual checks that is applied to each zone, defined by access and area, to check system and power plant installations and structure for security and general condition.

Inspection, Non-scheduled : An inspection that is not part of a schedule.

Inspection, Opportunity : An inspection that is performed in conjunction with another scheduled inspection or maintenance task, while in the same area or zone.

Interval, Initial : Interval between the start of service-life and the first task accomplishment.

Interval, Repeat : The interval (after the initial interval) between successive accomplishments of a specific maintenance task.

Item : Any level of hardware assembly (e.g., system, subsystem, module, accessory, component, unit, part, etc.).

Lubrication : See Servicing.

Maintenance : The servicing and/or the repair of a helicopter, a system, or a component to maintain its serviceability.

Maintenance, Preventive : To do small maintenance action(s) on a regular basis to prevent non- scheduled maintenance.

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Document No. : PAS-004 Reissue Rev. 02, Date : Feb 24, 2020 Chapter/Page : 1-12 Maintenance Significant Item (MSI) : Items identified by the manufacturer whose failure:

1. could affect safety (on ground or in flight), and/or 2. is undetectable during operations, and/or

3. could have significant operational impact, and/or 4. could have significant economic impact.

Operating Time : Actual flight time or calendar time that must be recorded in the Historical Service Records (HSR) or in the helicopter logs. The operating time is specified as Time-in- Service (Flight Time) and/or Calendar Time.

Operational Check : A task to determine that an item is fulfilling its intended purpose. It does not require quantitative tolerances. This is a failure finding task.

Program, Lead-The-Fleet (LTF) : A program used to validate the performance of an approved product improvement or a change to a maintenance interval. The engineering aspects of this change are approved. The program is closely monitored by Bell Helicopter Textron (BHT) in an operational environment with selected operators.

Program, Special : An approved program that may be initiated under certain special conditions to meet specific requirements. The program is clearly defined through a plan and the engineering and maintenance aspects are approved by the regulatory authorities.

Protective Device : Any device or system that has a function to avoid, eliminate, or reduce the consequences of an event or the failure of some other function.

Residual Fuel : The amount of unusable fuel that can be drained.

Retirement Index Number (RIN) : This is for components sensitive to operational events, such as normal landings, run-on landings, and autorotation landings. This number is based on the fatigue damage that results from these events.

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Document No. : PAS-004 Reissue Rev. 02, Date : Feb 24, 2020 Chapter/Page : 1-13 Safety : Safety shall be considered as adversely affected if the consequences of the failure condition would prevent continued safe flight and landing of the helicopter and/or might cause serious or fatal injury to human occupants.

Scale Reading : The value recorded directly by a scale before subtracting the tare weight.

Security : The presence of attaching parts that are properly tightened or appear to be, and the presence of properly installed (as required) locking devices such as lockwire, cotter pins, or other.

Servicing : Any act of lubricating or servicing for the purpose of maintaining inherent design capabilities.

Standard : A specified rule, reference, or measure that you use to determine the condition of a component.

Time-in-Service (Flight Time) : The measured time that starts the moment the helicopter leaves the ground and continues until it touches the ground at the next point of landing. The time when the helicopter is on the ground, with the engine and the rotor turning, is not included.

Torque Event : A significant change in power setting. The types of power setting changes are as follows:

- A Ground-Air-Ground (GAG) event (i.e., one takeoff plus the subsequent landing)

- A load lift, such as a cargo hook lift operation, a water bucket lift operation, or an airborne replenishment of fixed internal or external reservoirs

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1.12 Maintenance Program Page Layout

Number (No)

This column gives the system number plus a reference number that identifies each component in the list.

Number in the Maintenance Program and work packages are the same to identical individual task. This Column also contain item RII (Required Inspection Item) by

“Double Asterisks / (**)”.

Part Name

This column gives the technical name of the component.

Inspection Requirement

This column gives the description / instruction of the task to be performed.

Reference (AMM)

This column shows the Aircraft Maintenance Manual which gives the instructions to do the task.

Remarks

This column gives information regarding terms and conditions of a task.

Identification of Revision

Changes are identified by an sign in the right margin.

Note: Maintenance Interval located on the top of page and gives the condition or the time limit after which the task must be done.

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1.13 Form to be used

Form used to record and convey information and is designed to simplify the work, facilitate communication, and increase efficiency.

Forms required for service, maintenance work, historical documentation, etc. will be used as a function of authentic documents as evidence of work performed.

1.14 Data Module Code (DMC)

The breakdown of the helicopter into systems within the manuals is done under the S1000D specification (S1000D-I9005-01000-00, Issue No. 4.0,4, may 12, 2009).

This publication is written in Simplified English and obeys the instructions given in document (ASD-STE100, Issue 6, January 2013). The European Association of Aerospace Industries (ASD) prepared these documents.

All the data are included in data modules. A code identifies each data module.

The Data Module Code (DMC) structure is shown in below:

Table 1. Data Module Code (DMC) NOTES :

1.1.1.1 Model identification code The model identification code is BHT.

1.1.1.2 System difference code

The system difference code is a letter (letters I and 0 are not used).

This letter identifies two or more sub-systems that can be installed as alternative items because they do the same function.

1.1.1.3 Standard Numbering System (SNS) code

The Standard Numbering System (SNS) code includes three pairs of digits that show:

• The system (e.g., 29, hydraulic power)

BHT A 29-10-01 00A 520A A

Para 1.1.1.1 Para 1.1.1.2 Para 1.1.1.3 Para 1.1.1.4 Para 1.1.1.5 Para 1.1.1.6

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When the sub-subsystem code is zero, the two digits show all of the subsystem.

• The subsystem and the sub-subsystem (e.g., 10, main hydraulic)

• The component (e.g., 01, hydraulic reservoir filter module)

1.1.1.4 Disassembly code and disassembly code variant 1.1.1.4.1 Disassembly code

The disassembly code is a two-digit code.

The disassembly code shows the breakdown of a component, as follows:

• 00 - Data module for all of the helicopter, system, subsystem, or component.

• 01 - Data module for the first assembly that you remove from the component.

• 02 - Data module for the second assembly that you remove from the component.

Code 03 and the subsequent codes refer to the third, fourth, etc assembly that you remove from the component.

The disassembly code also identifies the data modules in sequence.

1.1.1.4.2 Disassembly code variant

The disassembly code variant is a letter (letters I and 0 are not used) that identifies alternative items.

These items are different, but the difference is too small to cause a change in the system difference code.

1.1.1.5 Information code and information code variant 1.1.1.5.1 Information code

The information code is a three-digit code.

The information code identifies the types of information you can find in the data module.

1.1.1.5.2 Information code variant

The information code variant is a letter (letters I and 0 are not used).

The information code variant is used for different data modules that are applicable to the same component and type of operation.

1.1.1.6 Item location code

You can find these item location codes:

• A on the helicopter.

• B on the removed assembly/component.

• D applicable to all the locations.

• Z is used as a generic item location code.

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CHAPTER 2 – MAINTENANCE PROCESS

Document No. : PAS-004 Reissue Rev. 02, Date : Feb 24, 2020 Chapter/Page : 2-1

MAINTENANCE PROCESS

2.1 GENERAL

Bell 407 helicopter operated by PT. Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta shall not be released to service unless the airframe, engine and appliances has been maintained I.A.W.

Maintenance Program set forth in this manual.

The Maintenance Program is prepared in accordance with the following documentation:

1. Bell Helicopter 407 Maintenance Planning Guide Issue No. 001, dated January 6, 2020.

2. Rolls Royce M250-C47B Operation and Maintenance Manuals Edition 2, Revision 22 dated 01 September 2019.

3. Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR).

4. Service Bulletin, Airworthiness Directives, Service Instruction, Service Letter Etc.

5. Other documents concerning this Maintenance Program.

Bell Helicopter Textron has developed two airframe inspection programs that give PT.

Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta the flexibility to permit maximum helicopter use. They are the Airframe Periodic Inspection and the Airframe Progressive Inspection.

PT. Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta must use either the Airframe Periodic Inspection program or the Airframe Progressive Inspection program from the start.

Based on current helicopter use, PT. Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta chooses to use the Airframe Periodic Inspection Program.

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2.2 SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE

Bell-407 Helicopters and Rolls Royce 250-C47B series engines operated by PT.

Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta shall be maintained under the inspection program which is prepared in accordance with manufacture’s recommendations in order to ensure continuous airworthiness of the helicopters and engines.

Scheduled maintenance is recurring actions at designed operating hours or calendar intervals designed to ensure continuing airworthiness of the helicopter.

All Bell-407 Helicopters and Rolls Royce 250-C47B series engines operated by PT.

Penerbangan Angkasa Semesta shall be maintained in accordance with schedule maintenance.

2.3 INSPECTION

This Section contains the time limit intervals and the requirements for the Scheduled Inspection, Special Inspection, Conditional Inspection, and for the Component Overhaul Schedule.

WARNING

FAILURE TO CORRECT CONDITIONS SUCH AS, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, CORROSION, EROSION, MECHANICAL DAMAGE, OR OBVIOUS WEAR FOUND DURING A SCHEDULED INSPECTION COULD SERIOUSLY AFFECT THE AIRWORTHINESS OF THE HELICOPTER.

The inspection intervals given in this chapter are the maximum permitted. Do not exceed these intervals. The owner/operator is responsible for increasing the scope and the frequency of the inspections as necessary. Make sure the helicopter is maintained safely during all unusual local changes, such as environmental conditions, helicopter use, etc. You can request changes to the requirements in this chapter through the local aviation authority.

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