Peter Alex is the Head of the AlphaAir CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization), the organization responsible for the airworthiness of the aircraft of the Italian airline AlphaAir. Since AlphaAir does not have maintenance capabilities, the base inspections of its aircraft are performed by an English aircraft maintenance company called ExperssLines. Mark Slim is the Head of ExperssLines, that is an approved AMO (Aircraft Maintenance Organization).
During the inspection of an AlphaAir’s aircraft, several incidents have happened:
First, a ExperssLines technician has accidentally hit the aircraft with an AGE (Aircraft Ground Equipment), producing a damage in a critical part of the structure. Unfortunately, there are neither instructions in the Maintenance Manual nor in the SRM (Structural Repair Manual) on how to repair the damage.
Second, the Nose Landing Gear has not been replaced, even when its Life Limit is almost expired, because the replacement is not included in the task package provided by Pedro Sanchez to Mark Slim.
Analyse each disagreement and give clear explanations to support either the position of Mark Slim, or the position of Peter Alex.
a) Peter Alex considers necessary to issue an Occurrence for the damage of the structure in order to communicate the problem to the Competent Authority. Mark Slim states that an Occurrence is not applicable in this case.
b) Peter Alex states that his organization can produce a repair instruction and with it, ExperssLines can repair the damage. Mark Slim disagrees with that approach.
c) Peter Alex knowledges that the Nose Landing Gear replacement was not included in the task package that he provided to Mark Slim. However, he blames ExperssLines because in the Maintenance Manual is clear when the Nose Landing Gear has to be replaced and ExperssLines has received the Log Card of the Nose Landing Gear with the accumulated cycles. Mark Slim does not accept the blame.
The layout of the report:
Divided into three sections. These are (1) the introduction, (2) the content and (3) the summary and conclusions (if any).
Section 1 introduction can be used to clarify the actual purpose of the report.
Section 2 is the content, which you may want to divide into sections.
Section 3, the conclusion, is where you can summarise the report, express your own opinions and make your own conclusions and recommendations.
*Support on legislation-Conclusion.
-Spelling and proper use of acronyms and abbreviations
– Readability (coherence of clauses, sentences and paragraphs, use of headings and sub-headings, use of illustration)
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