Airline Maintenance Checks (ATR-500)


The following are the maintenance concept adopted in the kingfisher airlines (ATR-500) by the technicians or AME.

A check- Equivalent to 500 FH (Flying hours). Multiples of A up to 4A are used. 

C check- Repeat interval corresponding to CFH (Cycle FH) or C =4000 FH. Multiples of  CFH or C up to  4 CFH or 4C is used.



Intervals – Letter Checks

Transit check: Accomplished before the first flight of the day and during each transit stop.

Daily check: it shall be performed once per calendar day. However if the aircraft is in flight at the time of expiration of the 24 hours ( Elapsed time ) limit, the inspection may be carried upon first landing.

Weekly check: Seven calendar days means that next due time is any time in day 8, if previous accomplishment done any time in day 1.

400 Fh check: To be carried out every 400 FH


To read more about the detailed maintenance activities carried on the aircraft after the flight is landed on the ground, read this post of Detailed Aircraft check, services and inspection.



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