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Ministry of Transport

Civil Aviation Authority

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AD 01-10-01-07

Date: January 10, 2010

EMERGENCY

AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE

This Airworthiness Directive, issued by the Civil Aviation Authority in accordance with the

Israeli Aviation Regulations applies to an aircraft for which our records list you as the registered

owner. It affects aviation safety and requires your immediate attention. No person may operate an

aircraft, to which an Airworthiness Directive applies, except in accordance with that Directive.

APPLIES TO

serial numbers certificated in any category.

: Gulfstream Aerospace L.P. models GALAXY and G200 aircraft all

SUBJECT:

operation of the Air Brakes. The new limitation prohibits deployment of the

Air Brakes above 360 KIAS/0.79 Mi, and this is incorporated in Rev. 14 to

the AFM.

This AD mandates a new limitation in the G200 AFM, pertaining to

REASON:

driven vibration of the airbrake which, if not limited per Revision 14 to the

AFM, can lead to high cycle fatigue failure of the airbrake in board hinge.

Extension of airbrakes above 360 KIAS / 0.79 Mi results in aerodynamic

ACTION:

Each operator must incorporate Rev. 14 to the G200 AFM.

COMPLIANCE

: Compliance within 60 days from the effective date of this AD.

EFFECTIVE DATE

: January 15, 2010.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT

Engineering and Manufacturing Branch, P.O.Box 8, Ben-Gurion Airport, Israel 70150.

Telephone: 972-3-9774549, Fax: 972-3-9774592, e-mail: kerenb@mot.gov.il

: Mr. Boaz Keren, CAAI,

State of Israel

Ministry of Transport

Civil Aviation Authority

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AD 01-10-01-07

Date: January 10, 2010

EMERGENCY

AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE

This Airworthiness Directive, issued by the Civil Aviation Authority in accordance with the

Israeli Aviation Regulations applies to an aircraft for which our records list you as the registered

owner. It affects aviation safety and requires your immediate attention. No person may operate an

aircraft, to which an Airworthiness Directive applies, except in accordance with that Directive.

APPLIES TO

serial numbers certificated in any category.

: Gulfstream Aerospace L.P. models GALAXY and G200 aircraft all

SUBJECT:

operation of the Air Brakes. The new limitation prohibits deployment of the

Air Brakes above 360 KIAS/0.79 Mi, and this is incorporated in Rev. 14 to

the AFM.

This AD mandates a new limitation in the G200 AFM, pertaining to

REASON:

driven vibration of the airbrake which, if not limited per Revision 14 to the

AFM, can lead to high cycle fatigue failure of the airbrake in board hinge.

Extension of airbrakes above 360 KIAS / 0.79 Mi results in aerodynamic

ACTION:

Each operator must incorporate Rev. 14 to the G200 AFM.

COMPLIANCE

: Compliance within 60 days from the effective date of this AD.

EFFECTIVE DATE

: January 15, 2010.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT

Engineering and Manufacturing Branch, P.O.Box 8, Ben-Gurion Airport, Israel 70150.

Telephone: 972-3-9774549, Fax: 972-3-9774592, e-mail: kerenb@mot.gov.il

: Mr. Boaz Keren, CAAI,

AD 01-10-01-07R1 AD 01-10-01-07R1

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Ministry of Transport

Civil Aviation Authority

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AD 01-10-01-07R1

Date: January 20, 2010

AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE

This Airworthiness Directive, issued by the Civil Aviation Authority in accordance with the

Israeli Aviation Regulations applies to an aircraft for which our records list you as the registered

owner. It affects aviation safety and requires your immediate attention. No person may operate an

aircraft, to which an Airworthiness Directive applies, except in accordance with that Directive.

APPLIES TO

serial numbers certificated in any category.

: Gulfstream Aerospace L.P. models GALAXY and G200 aircraft all

SUBJECT:

operation of the Air Brakes. The new limitation prohibits deployment of the

Air Brakes above 360 KIAS/0.79 Mi, and this is incorporated in Rev. 14 to

the AFM.

This AD mandates a new limitation in the G200 AFM, pertaining to

REASON:

driven vibration of the airbrake which, if not limited per Revision 14 to the

AFM, can lead to high cycle fatigue failure of the airbrake in board hinge.

Extension of airbrakes above 360 KIAS / 0.79 Mi results in aerodynamic

Reason for

Revision 1:

designation and removes the "emergency" from the title of the AD.

Due to a typo error in the initial issue of this AD, Revision 1 updates the

ACTION:

Each operator must incorporate Rev. 14 to the G200 AFM.

COMPLIANCE

: Compliance within 60 days from the effective date of this AD.

EFFECTIVE DATE

Initial issue: January 15, 2010

: Revision 1: January 20, 2010.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT

Engineering and Manufacturing Branch, P.O.Box 8, Ben-Gurion Airport, Israel 70100.

Telephone: 972-3-9774549, Fax: 972-3-9774592, e-mail: kerenb@mot.gov.il

: Mr. Boaz Keren, CAAI,

AD 28-10-02-01 AD 28-10-02-01

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Ministry of Transport

Civil Aviation Authority

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AD 28-10-02-01

Date: February 22, 2010

AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE

This Airworthiness Directive, issued by the Civil Aviation Authority in accordance with the

Israeli Aviation Regulations, applies to an aircraft for which our records list you as the registered

owner. It affects aviation safety and requires your immediate attention. No person may operate

an aircraft to which an Airworthiness Directive applies, except in accordance with that Directive.

APPLIES TO

: Gulfstream Aerospace LP (GALP) Models 1125 Astra, Astra SPX and

G100

category.

aircraft serial numbers 002 through 158 certificated in any

SUBJECT:

Harnesses

Addition of Loop Clamps between Wheel Well Fuel Lines and Electrical

REASON:

lines and electrical harnesses was discovered during fleet maintenance. Use

of this type of padding for this purpose is not approved as it is liable to cause

corrosion of the fuel lines. Unless steps are taken to remove this padding and

install approved separation means, fuel lines may be damaged by corrosion

and/or chafing resulting in an unsafe condition due to fuel leakage in the

wheel well area.

Sponge rubber padding used to provide separation between wheel well fuel

ACTION:

Gulfstream Service Bulletin number 100-28-297, original issue or later

approved revision:

Remove the rubber padding (if installed), inspect the affected fuel tubes,

replace or rework and re-protect corroded or chafed tubing and install loop

clamps, to ensure positive separation.

Unless previously accomplished, perform the following as detailed in

COMPLIANCE

: Compliance required within 24 months from the effective date of this AD.

EFECTIVE DATE

: March 8, 2010

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT

Manufacturing Branch, Airworthiness Dept., CAAI - P.O.Box 8, Ben-Gurion Airport, Israel 70150.

Telephone: 972-3-9774539, Fax: 972-3-9774592, e-mail: kletshn@mot.gov.il

: Mr. Nathan Kletshevsky, Engineering and

52-01-11-11 52-01-11-11

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52-01-11-11

Main Entrance Door Interlock Mechanism Improvement.

State of Israel

Ministry of Transport

Civil Aviation Administration

AD 52-01-11-11

Date: March 24, 2002

EMERGENCY

AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE

This Airworthiness Directive, issued by the Civil Aviation Administration in accordance with the

Israeli Aviation Regulations, applies to an aircraft for which our records list you as the registered

owner. It affects aviation safety and requires your immediate attention. No person may operate

an aircraft to which an Airworthiness Directive applies, except in accordance with that Directive.

APPLIES TO

: Israel Aircraft Industries Model GALAXY Aircraft, serial numbers 004-033, certificated in any category.

SUBJECT:

Main Entrance Door Interlock Mechanism Improvement.

REASON:

the inside in one continuous motion it may jam and prevent egress.

To preclude possible jamming of the main entrance door. The present arrangement is sensitive to the method of operation. Unless opened from

ACTION:

2. Following accomplishment of the modification, remove placard

P/N 4AS1120002-113 from the door, as shown on the same Service Bulletin.

1. Modify the Main Entry Door Interlock Mechanism as detailed in GALAXY Service Bulletin GALAXY-52-092 dated June 22nd, 2001 or later revision.

COMPLIANCE

NOTE: This AD may be accomplished only at authorized Gulfstream Aerospace Completion and Service Centers. Ferry flight to this location is permissible.

: Within 300 Flight Hours after the effective date of this AD.

EFECTIVE DATE

: April 8, 2002.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT

Manufacturing Branch, CAAI - P.O.Box 8, Ben-Gurion Airport, Israel 70150.

Telephone: 972-3-9774539, Fax: 972-3-9774592, e-mail: kletshn@mot.gov.il

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52-00-12-15R1 52-00-12-15R1

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52-00-12-15R1

Potential jamming of the Main Entrance Door.

State of Israel

Ministry of Transport

Civil Aviation Administration

AD No. 52-00-12-15R1

Date: April 22, 2001

EMERGENCY

AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE

This Airworthiness Directive, issued by the Civil Aviation Administration in accordance with the

Israeli Aviation Regulations, applies to an aircraft for which our records list you as the registered

owner. It affects aviation safety and requires your immediate attention. No person may operate

an aircraft to which an Airworthiness Directive applies, except in accordance with that Directive.

Note:

are not distributed with this revision.

Revision 1 updates page 1 and adds page 1A. Pages 2 thru 5 remain unchanged and

APPLIES TO:

serial numbers 004-033, certificated in any category.

Israel Aircraft Industries Model GALAXY Aircraft,

SUBJECT:

Potential jamming of the Main Entrance Door.

REASON:

the operating handle

motion, as shown on the placard.

If the handle is left at an intermediate position, it may cause the door to slip

down and jam in a vertical, unlocked position, preventing egress. The handle

is also jammed in the process.

The door may be released by exerting a high upwards force on the operating

handle, or from the outside.

In case of emergency, the door may be opened by pushing it out, exerting a

force of approximately 88lbs (40 kg). This operation will bend the aircraft’s

sill and skin, allowing the door to open.

Note: Mod No. 7176, intended to eliminate the possibility of jamming of

the door as described above, was installed on airplanes serial numbers 003,

034 and subsequent. A Service Bulletin will be issued shortly.

Revision 1 is issued to limit the applicability of this AD for the reasons

detailed in the note above.

When operating the Main Entrance Door from inside the aircraft,must be rotated all the way up in one continuous

ACTION:

flight crew at all times.

2. The flight crew must brief the passengers before flight on the correct way

of opening the door, and on the emergency procedure in case of jamming.

3. Install placards as shown on pages 2 thru 5 of this AD.

1. A copy of this AD must be carried in the airplane and be available to the

State of Israel

Ministry of Transport

Civil Aviation Administration

AD No. 52-00-12-15R1

Date: April 22, 2001

COMPLIANCE:

Before next flight.

EFFECTIVE DATE:

This AD is effective immediately.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Manufacturing Branch, CAAI – P.O.Box 8, Ben-Gurion Airport, Israel 70150.

Telephone: 972-3-9774539, Fax: 972-3-9774592.

Mr. N. Kletshevsky, Engineering and

25-01-12-17R1 25-01-12-17R1

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1. Disabling of the Baggage Compartment Heating Blankets System.
2. Return to Service.

State of Israel Ministry of Transport Civil Aviation Administration Page 1 of 2 AD No. 25-01-12-17R1

This Airworthiness Directive, issued by the Civil Aviation Administration in accordance with the

Israeli Aviation Regulations, applies to an aircraft for which our records list you as the registered

owner. It affects aviation safety and requires your immediate attention. No person may operate

an aircraft to which an Airworthiness Directive applies, except in accordance with that Directive.

APPLIES TO:

Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) Model GALAXY Serial Numbers

004

thru 051, certificated in any category.

NOTE: AD No. 25-01-12-17R1

supersedes Emergency AD 25-01-12-17.

SUBJECT:

2. Return to Service.

1. Disabling of the Baggage Compartment Heating Blankets System.

REASON:

Revision 1 was issued to include action for returning the system to service.

To prevent short circuit between the baggage compartment heating blankets and electrical connectors, leading to fire and smoke in the compartment.

ACTION:

Unless previously accomplished per

Part 1 – System disablingGALAXY Alert Service Bulletin No.

GALAXY-25A-109

1. Gain access to the Left and Right Aft Contactor Boxes via Access Panels

Part 2 – Returning to Service

Incorporation of Galaxy-25-110 Rev. 1 Service Bulletin constitutes termination action for this AD.

Following the inspection of baggage compartment heating blankets and replacement of electrical connector backshells, the system may by State of Israel

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disable the baggage compartment heating blankets system as follows:

151CL

Refer to GALAXY Maintenance Manual, Chapter 12-00-00 for exact location of access panels.

2. Open Circuit Breakers

on the central fuselage and 162BR on the aft fuselage. 17H &19H (Left box) and 16H, 18H & 372H

(Right box). Secure the Circuit Breakers in the open position by installing

Tie-Wraps around their necks.

3. Verify that the -

side of the Overhead Panel does not activate the blankets (ammeter check).

4. Label the switch “

HEAT – BAGGAGE COMPRT switch on the right INOP”. Ministry of Transport Civil Aviation Administration Page 2 of 2

reactivated. The label

“INOP” required by this AD must be removed prior to reactivation.

COMPLIANCE:

Part 2: Recommended within 50 flight hours after receipt of this AD, not to exceed the next A Check.

Part 1: Before next flight, unless already accomplished per Emergency AD 25-01-12-17

EFFECTIVE DATE:

August 1, 2002.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Manufacturing Branch, CAAI - P.O.Box 8, Ben-Gurion Airport, Israel 70150.

Telephone: 972-3-9774-553. Fax: 972-3-9774-592. E-mail: lekareva@mot.gov.il

Mr. A. Lekarev, Engineering and
.

 

Date: July 21, 2002

AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE

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