Eurocopter AS 365N3

2002 AS 365N3 MSN 6646

General

  • Model: AS365N3
  • Location: Tuzla, Romania
  • Registration: YR-MYC
  • Date of manufacture: 2002
  • Serial number: 6646
  • Total time: 2257:00 FH
  • Max gross (T/O weight): 4300.0 kg
  • Empty weight: 2824.0 kg
  • Useful payload: 1476
  • #seats installed: 8

Exterior appearance

  • Skin, paint, undercarriage, leaks, navigation lights, etc.: all in good condition

Interior appearance

  • Crew compartment, pax cabin, seats, headliner, sidewalls, carpets, etc. Placards as described in flight manual

Safety equipment

  • Recognition lights
  • Strobe lights
  • Fire extinguisher, with pressure gauge (expiry 25.11.2014)
  • First aid kit (expiry 06.03.2015)
  • Life jackets, one per occupant
  • Life raft
  • ELT
  • Survival equipment for environment in low temperature water
  • Seat belts/shoulder restraints 3 points
  • Flashlight for night ops
  • Mechanical

    • General condition – engine, battery, gearbox, hoses, compartments, etc.: All in good condition

    Comms/navigation

    • VHF COMM
    • Marine flight com
    • ILS
    • ADF
    • VOR
    • TCAS
    • Radar (colour)
    • Area nav/GPS (TSO approved for offshore/ night ops/IFR)
    • Transponder
    • GPS
    • DME
    • Auto pilot
    • Flight director/FMS
    • CVR
    • GPWS/TAWS
    • Radio altimeters (w/ AVAD for night helos)

    Aircraft equipment

    • Fuselage flotation – offshore
    • Pop-out windows – offshore
    • Internal life rafts (tethered) – offshore
    • Co-plt>single pedals/ctrls
    • Sonar pinger – offshore
    • HEELS – night flight
    • Pulse lights or HISL

    Flight documents

    • Airworthiness certificate 362/11.0 4.2011
    • Registration 689/06.1 2.2012
    • Radio licence 864/21.0 6.2012
    • Noise certificate (if required) 215/11.0 4.2011
    • Company operations manual
    • Flight manual
    • Pilot checklist normal procedures
    • Flight man supps/337s for all additional equipment?
    • Pilot checklist emergency procedures
    • MEL 12.12.20 12 17
    • Incident/accident forms
    • Pilot route manual nav maps, etc
    • GPS manual
    • Insurance
    • Passenger briefing cards (all seats?)
    • Last physical weighing of aircraft?
    • Compass card (12 months recc.)
    • Weight & bal manual & sheet

    Multi Engine Helicopters

    • Operated by two qualified crew
    • IFR Certified
    • Autopilot or AFCS
    • 2 primary Transceivers with 1 VHF minimum
    • Mode C or S Transponder
    • Registered 406Mhz ELT or ADELT for offshore use
    • Passenger Briefing Cards
    • GPS – (IFR TSO preferred, non IFR TSO acceptable)
    • 1 ADF, 2 required if ADF is only navigation source
    • 2 VOR/ILS & 1 DME (where DME is avail.)
    • Radio Altimeter with audio/visual alert
    • Weather Radar with colour screen (min scale 2.5nm)
    • CVR
    • Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS/TAWS)
    • Upper Torso Restraints, ALL seats
    • 2 First       Aid       Kits
    • 2 Fire Extinguisher with  pressure  gauges preferred,       number appropriate to size of cabin.
    • Raft(s), tethered to  aircraft  ‐ reversible or self righting
    • Emergency Exit Lighting System 
    • Aircraft  Flotation Equipment
    • Passenger life vests, constant wear with crotch strap plus EPIRB subject to SAR cover and risk assessment
    • Emergency pop-­out windows: Jettisonable doors
    • Life Raft Emergency radio/ beacon /transponder 406 Mhz
    • Sonar Transmitter (Pinger)
    • Pilot vest with voice capability Emergency Radio  / 406 Mhz ELT
    • Auto Inflation of Fuselage Floats
    • Approved Immersion Suits crew/Passengers 
    • Survival Equipment 
    • Collision Avoidance System ‐ TCAS ‐ active interrogating only
    • High       Visibility       Pulse       Lights
    • Heating for Cabin

    Technical documents

    • AD/SB compliance sheet: Electronic format – .xls file/li>
    • Component status sheet: Electronic format – .xls file/li>
    • Maintenance due list: Electronic format – .xls file/li>
    • Daily tech logs: Aircraft Technical Log (ATL)/li>
    • Deferred defects list (with dates for remedy?): ATL/li>
    • Last 100 hour inspection: @ 2166.83 FH/li>
    • Last annual inspection: @ 18.04.2014/li>
    • Last 600 hours inspection: @ 2166.83 FH/li>
    • Last transponder check (24 months): @ 18.04.2014/li>
    • Last pilot static system check (24 months): @ 20.07.2014/li>
    • Are power assurance checks performed and at the interval /li>prescribed in FM or MM? (date & freq.): Yes IAW with AMM, every 25 hours