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Put all your information about MP delivery, maintenance and extra information here.
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Bokkum wrote:
RCV wrote:Personally i do not know what those checks mean. What is the difference between the both of them (C&D-checks)? can someone please explan?
A Check - This is performed approximately every month. This check is usually done overnight at an airport gate. The actual occurrence of this check varies by aircraft type, the cycle count (takeoff and landing is considered an aircraft "cycle"), or the number of hours flown since the last check. The occurrence can be delayed by the airline if certain predetermined conditions are met.

B Check - This is performed approximately every 3 months. This check is also usually done overnight at an airport gate. A similar occurrence schedule applies to the B check as to the A check.

C Check - This is performed approximately every 12-18 months. This maintenance check puts the aircraft out of service and requires plenty of space - usually at a hangar at a maintenance base. The schedule of occurrence has many factors and components as has been described, and thus varies by aircraft category and type.

D Check - This is the heaviest check for the airplane. This check occurs approximately every 4-5 years. This is the check that, more or less, takes the entire airplane apart for inspection. This requires even more space and time than all other checks, and must be performed at a maintenance base.

Regards, Jeroen
More than clear to me Jeroen.

Thanks!
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Bokkum wrote:
RCV wrote:Personally i do not know what those checks mean. What is the difference between the both of them (C&D-checks)? can someone please explan?
A Check - This is performed approximately every month. This check is usually done overnight at an airport gate. The actual occurrence of this check varies by aircraft type, the cycle count (takeoff and landing is considered an aircraft "cycle"), or the number of hours flown since the last check. The occurrence can be delayed by the airline if certain predetermined conditions are met.

B Check - This is performed approximately every 3 months. This check is also usually done overnight at an airport gate. A similar occurrence schedule applies to the B check as to the A check.

C Check - This is performed approximately every 12-18 months. This maintenance check puts the aircraft out of service and requires plenty of space - usually at a hangar at a maintenance base. The schedule of occurrence has many factors and components as has been described, and thus varies by aircraft category and type.

D Check - This is the heaviest check for the airplane. This check occurs approximately every 4-5 years. This is the check that, more or less, takes the entire airplane apart for inspection. This requires even more space and time than all other checks, and must be performed at a maintenance base.

Regards, Jeroen
I always've been told by KLM engineers a B-CHECK doesn't excist!
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HV7572KC wrote:
Bokkum wrote:
RCV wrote:Personally i do not know what those checks mean. What is the difference between the both of them (C&D-checks)? can someone please explan?
A Check - This is performed approximately every month. This check is usually done overnight at an airport gate. The actual occurrence of this check varies by aircraft type, the cycle count (takeoff and landing is considered an aircraft "cycle"), or the number of hours flown since the last check. The occurrence can be delayed by the airline if certain predetermined conditions are met.

B Check - This is performed approximately every 3 months. This check is also usually done overnight at an airport gate. A similar occurrence schedule applies to the B check as to the A check.

C Check - This is performed approximately every 12-18 months. This maintenance check puts the aircraft out of service and requires plenty of space - usually at a hangar at a maintenance base. The schedule of occurrence has many factors and components as has been described, and thus varies by aircraft category and type.

D Check - This is the heaviest check for the airplane. This check occurs approximately every 4-5 years. This is the check that, more or less, takes the entire airplane apart for inspection. This requires even more space and time than all other checks, and must be performed at a maintenance base.

Regards, Jeroen
I always've been told by KLM engineers a B-CHECK doesn't excist!

We perform (MP) many B Checks on the Fokker fleet of KLC, so they do excist.
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HV7572KC wrote: I always've been told by KLM engineers a B-CHECK doesn't excist!
As I understand it, many companies have their own designations for some of these checks, so it is possible that KLM just has another name for it.

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Post by Bjorn320 »

for example, on martinair A320 only A and C checks are done....(later on d checks)
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Just received info from a very reliable source that MP will lease for this summer ex AMS Miami Air B737-800...
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And how reliable is this source?
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Very reliable... otherwise I do not post it...
I am not the person who just posts sensation news on the bulletin board..
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Ennuh, is dit dan in plaats van één van de 2 320s die er zouden komen, of er bovenop?
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76-er wrote:Ennuh, is dit dan in plaats van één van de 2 320s die er zouden komen, of er bovenop?
Één van de twee, misschien drie 320's, zoals ik had begrepen.

Blijkbaar één 737-800 en één á twee 320's.

De EC-HZU was toch al zeker komende zomer ?
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(niks gezegt)
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Post by tonjochems »

uit jullie eigen winkel komt de info..... en niet van de eerste de beste..
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Post by Lars »

Jimmy2k wrote:dames,...

Er is nog niks bekend hier bij ons! Weet dus niet waar jullie de info vandaan halen,....
dames?
hmm..

nou vermoed ik dat die beslissing niet bij ops. wordt gemaakt..
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