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APPLICABILI
DGCANO SUBJECT REFERENCE COMPLIANCE
TY
WEARPLATE WHICH COULD RESULT IN LOSS OF THE MLG DURING ASB ASB
THE TAKEOFF ROLL
DGCA BOEING 777 15 TO PREVENT STRESS CORROSION CRACKING AND CONSEQUENT FAA AD 2001 09 02 AS IN AD AS IN AD
FRACTURE OF THE AFT TRUNNION OF THE OUTER CYLINDER OF THE ASB ASB
MLG
DGCA BOEING 777 16 TO PREVENT FRACTURE OF THE INBOARD SUPPORT STRUCTURE OF FAA AD 2001 12 10 AS IN AD AS IN AD
THE INBOARD FLAPERON ASB ASB
DGCA BOEING 777 17 TO FIND AND FIX CRACKING OF THE WEB OF THE HORIZONTAL AND FAA AD 2001 18 09 AS IN AD AS IN AD
SLOPING PRESSURE DECKS ASB ASB
DGCA BOEING 777 18 TO DETECT AND CORRECT CRACKING OR MISSING PIECES OF THE FAA AD 2002 11 06 AS IN AD AS IN AD
COVE SKIN ON THE OUTBOARD LEADING EDGE SLATS ASB ASB
DGCA BOEING 777 19 TO PREVENT CHAFING OF THE FQIS WIRING ON SURROUNDING FAA AD 2002 16 15 AS IN AD AS IN AD
STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 20 TO PREVENT AN UNCOMMANDED STABILIZER TRIM DUE TO FAA AD 2003 12 01 AS IN AD AS IN AD
SIMULTANEOUS FAILURE OF TWO STATIC SEALS ON ONE STABILIZER SB SB
TRIM CONTROL MODULES STCM
DGCA BOEING 777 21 TO PREVENT CRACKING OF THE LEADING EDGE OUTBOARD SLATS FAA AD 2003 19 02 AS IN AD AS IN AD
ASB ASB
DGCA BOEING 777 22 TO PREVENT LEAKAGE OF HYDRAULIC FLUID INTI THE STRUT AFT DRY FAA AD2003 25 02 AS IN AD AS IN AD
BAY ASB ASB
DGCA BOEING 777 23 TO DETECT AND CORRECT CRACKS OR DAMAGE TO THE WEB OF THE FAA AD 2004 03 05 AS IN AD AS IN AD
AFT PRESSURE BULKHEAD ASB ASB
DGCA BOEING 777 24 TO PREVENT THE POSSIBILITY OF THE AIRPLANE DEPARTING THE FAA AD 2004 04 08 AS IN AD AS IN AD
RUNWAY DURING CATEGORY IIIB AUTOLAND OPERATIONS ASB ASB
DGCA BOEING 777 25 TO PREVENT WATER FROM BEING TRAPPED INSIDE THE JOYSTICK FAA AD 2004 05 26 AS IN AD AS IN AD
COVERS SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 26 TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE STABILIZER CUTOUT CIRCUIT WIRES IN FAA AD 2004 12 15 AS IN AD AS IN AD
THE BUNDLES DUE TO CONTACT BETWEEN THE BUNDLES AND THE SB SB
STABILIZER COMMAND CIRCUIT COULD RESULT IN HYDRAULIC TUBES
APPLICABILI
DGCANO SUBJECT REFERENCE COMPLIANCE
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DGCA BOEING 777 27 TO PREVENT LEAKAGE OF FIRE EXTINGUISHING AGENT THROUGHT FAA AD 2004 17 05 AS IN AD AS IN AD
THE FILTER REGULATOR OF THE CARGO FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 28 TO PREVENT A POSSIBLE SOURCE OF IGNITION IN A FLAMMABLE FAA AD 2004 18 09 AS IN AD AS IN AD
LEAKAGE ZONE SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 29 TO DETECT AND CORRECT CRACKS OR DEFECTS THAT COULD RESULT FAA AD 2005 07 02 AS IN AD AS IN AD
IN A FRACTURE OF THE CYLINDER OF THE MLG SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 30 TO PREVENT A GALLEY PURSER WORK STATION OR CLOSET FROM FAA AD 2005 07 16 AS IN AD AS IN AD
DETACHING FROM THE TIE DOWN FITTING STUDS DURING AN SB SB
EMERGENCY LANDING
DGCA BOEING 777 31 R1 TO PREVENT THE DISPLAY OF ERRONEOUS HEADING INFORMATION FAA AD 2005 18 51 FAA AS IN AD AS IN AD
TO THE PILOT AD 2005 10 03 IS ASB SB
SUPERSEEDED
DGCA BOEING 777 32 TO PREVENT FATIGUE CRACKS IN THE LOWER T CHORD AT THE BOLT FAA AD 2005 10 17 AS IN AD AS IN AD
HOLES COMMON TO THE PADDLE FITTINGS SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 33 TO PREVENT THE FUEL PUMPS IN THE CENTER FUEL TANK FROM FAA AD 2005 10 20 AS IN AD AS IN AD
RUNNING DRY AND BECOMING A POTENTIAL IGNITION SOURCE SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 34 TO PREVENT THE OVERHEATING OF THE FREQUENCY CONVERTER S FAA AD 2005 12 10 AS IN AD AS IN AD
UNDERSIZWD OUTPUT WIRING SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 35 TO PREVENT A LATENT OPEN CIRCUIT THAT COULD LEAVE THE FUEL FAA AD 2005 13 20 AS IN AD AS IN AD
SPAR SHUTOFF VALVE IN A PARTIALLY OPEN POSITION SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 36 TO PREVENT FAILURE OF THE VERTICAL TIE RODS SUPPORTING FAA AD 2005 13 28 AS IN AD AS IN AD
CERTAIN ELECTRICAL RACKS AND THE CENTER STOWAGE BINS SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 37 TO PREVENT WIRE CHAFING WHICH COULD RESULT IN THE LOSS OF FAA AD 2005 13 29 AS IN AD AS IN AD
FLIGHT CONTROL COMMUNICATION NAVIGATION AND THE ENGINE SB SB
FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS
DGCA BOEING 777 38 TO PREVENT OVERHEATING OF THE LIGHT CONNECTORS FAA AD 2005 13 34 AS IN AD AS IN AD
SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 39 TO PREVENT A FIRE IN THE CARGO COMPARTMENT FAA AD 2005 14 04 AS IN AD AS IN AD
SB SB
APPLICABILI
DGCANO SUBJECT REFERENCE COMPLIANCE
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DGCA BOEING 777 40 TO PREVENT AN UNCONTROLLABLE FIRE IN THE LEADING EDGE OF FAA AD 2005 14 05 AS IN AD AS IN AD
THE WING SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 41 TO PREVENT WIRE BUNDLES OF THE FUEL SYSTEM CHAFING AGAINST FAA AD 2005 17 02 AS IN AD AS IN AD
THE REAR SPAR STIFFNERS OUTSIDE THE FUEL TANK SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 42 TO PREVENT LOSS OF THE CAPABILITY OF THE CABIN FLOOR AND SEAT FAA AD 2005 18 10 AS IN AD AS IN AD
TRACK STRUCTURE TO SUPPORT THE AIRPLANE INERTIA LOADS SB SB
UNDER EMERGENCY LANDING CONDITIONS
DGCA BOEING 777 43 TO PREVENT DAMAGE AND EVENTUAL FRACTURE OF THE YOKE FAA AD 2005 25 24 AS IN AD AS IN AD
ASSEMBLY PIN ASSEMBLY AND ATTACHEMENT BOLTS THAT SB SB
CONNECT THE INBOARD AND OUTBOARD POWER CONTROL UNIT
PCU TO A FLAPERON
DGCA BOEING 777 44 TO PREVENT ENERGY FROM A LIGHTNING STRIKE ON THE BUSHING FAA AD 2006 05 08 AS IN AD AS IN AD
FOR THE SUMP DRAIN VALVE FROM ARCING TO THE INSIDE OF THE SB SB
CENTER FUEL TANK WALL
DGCA BOEING 777 45 TO PREVENT FAILURE OF FLIGHT DECK ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT FAA AD 2005 05 20 AS IN AD AS IN AD
SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 46 TO PREVENT FAILURE OF THE EMERGENCY POWER ASSIST SYSTEM FAA AD 2006 11 13 AS IN AD AS IN AD
EPAS SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 47 TO PREVENT FIRE PROPAGATION OR SMOKE IN THE CABIN AREA DUE FAA AD 2006 12 06 AS IN AD AS IN AD
TO ELECTRICAL ARCING OR SPARKING AND IGNITION OF THE SPIRAL SB SB
WIRE WRAPPING
DGCA BOEING 777 48 TO PREVENT ARCING OR SPARKING DURING A LIGHTNING STRIKE AT FAA AD 2006 12 26 AS IN AD AS IN AD
THE INTERFACE BETWEEN THE BULKHEAD FITTINGS OF THE FUEL FEED SB SB
TUBE AND THE FRONT SPAR INSIDE THE FUEL TANK
DGCA BOEING 777 49 TO PREVENT FAILURE OF THE SAFETY FITTINGS FOR THE CARGO FIRE FAA AD 2006 17 11 AS IN AD AS IN AD
EXTINGUISHING BOTTLES DUE TO CORROSION SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 50R1 TO DETECT AND CORRECT DEGRADATION OF THE AFT FAIRING LOWER FAA AD 2016 23 02 AS IN AD AS IN AD
WEB SUPERSEDED FAA AD SB SB
2006 19 12
APPLICABILI
DGCANO SUBJECT REFERENCE COMPLIANCE
TY
DGCA BOEING 777 51 TO PREVENT DUAL ENGINE THRUST ROLLBACK DURING THE TAKEOFF FAA AD 2006 20 51R1 AS IN AD AS IN AD
PHASE OF FLIGHT SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 52 TO PREVENT AN INCREASED PRESSURE DROP ACROSS THE FAA AD 2006 21 05 AS IN AD AS IN AD
HUMIDIFIER SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 53 TO PREVENT FAILURE OF A THRUST REVERSER TR AND ADJACENT FAA AD 2006 21 09 AS IN AD AS IN AD
COMPONENTS SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 54 TO DETECT AND CORRECT CORROSION AND PREVENT SUBSEQUENT FAA AD 2006 25 05 AS IN AD AS IN AD
FATIGUE CRACKS ON THE FUSELAGE SKIN UNDER THE FORWARD AND SB SB
AFT WING TO BODY FAIRINGS
DGCA BOEING 777 55R1 TO DETECT CRACKED OUTER V BLADE FITTINGS AT THE HINGE BEAM FAA AD 2014 15 21 AS IN AD AS IN AD
END OF ROLLS ROYCE ENGINE THRUST REVERSERS ON AIRPLANES ON SUPERSEDURE FAA AD SB SB
WHICH THE OPTIONAL TERMINATING ACTION WAS DONE 2006 26 06
DGCA BOEING 777 56 TO PREVENT DISCONNECTION OF DRIVE ARM FROM ITS DRIVE FAA AD 2007 02 23 AS IN AD AS IN AD
GIMBAL SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 57 R1 TO PREVENT AIR SUPPLY AND CABIN PRESSURE CONTROLLER FAILUREFAA AD 2007 07 05 R1 AS IN AD AS IN AD
SB SB
DGCA BOEING 777 58 TO DETECT AND CORRECT CORROSION OR CRACKING OF THE TORQUE FAA AD 2007 09 04 AS IN AD AS IN AD
TUBE AND CLOSE OUT RIB FITTINGS THAT SUPPORT THE INBOARD SB SB
END OF THE INBOARD TRAILING EDGE FLAP
DGCA BOEING 777 59R1 TO DETECT AND CORRECT EXCESSIVE WEAR IN THE LOAD LOOP FAA AD 2015 12 03 AS IN AD AS IN AD
COMPONENTS OF THE CONTROL SURFACES WHICH COULD LEAD TO amendment FAA AD SB SB
EXCESSIVE FREEPLAY OF THE CONTROL SURFACES FLUTTER AND 2007 13 05
CONSEQUENT LOSS OF CONTROL OF THE AIRPLANE
DGCA BOEING 777 60 TO PREVENT AN UNDETECTED FAILURE OF THE PRIMARY LOAD PATH FAA AD 2009 14 06 AS IN AD SB AS IN AD
FOR THE BALLSCREW IN THE DRIVE MECHANISM OF THE HORIZONTAL SB
STABLIZER AND SUBSEQUENT WEAR AND FAILURE OF THE
SECONDARY LOAD PATH
DGCA BOEING 777 61 TO PREVENT WEAR AND CORROSION AT THE FLAP SUPPORT JOINTS FAA AD 2007 23 11 AS IN AD AS IN AD
SB SB

. applicabili ty dgca boeing 777 40 to prevent an uncontrollable fire in the leading edge of the wing faa ad 2005 14 05 as in ad amp sb as in ad amp sb dgca boeing 777 41 to prevent wire bundles of the fuel system chafing against the rear spar stiffners outside the fuel tank faa ad 2005 17 02 as in ad amp sb as in ad amp sb

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