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8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE

(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)


APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 1 of 19

A/C REG. ______________ DATE: ______________ STATION: ________________

WORK ORDER NO.______________ STAMP (PLANNING DEPT.) _____________

CHECKED BY:

DIVISION NAME DATE SIGNATURE

TECH RECORDS

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
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INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CERTIFYING STAFF


1. ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE REQUIRED TOOLS, EQUIPMENT, SPARES AND TECHNICAL LITERATURE PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT
OF MAINTENANCE TASK.
2. ALL WARNINGS, CAUTIONS DETAILED IN THE REFERENCE TECHNICAL LITERATURE SHALL BE ADHERED TO WHILE
PERFORMING THE RESPECTIVE MAINTENANCE TASK.
3. CARRY OUT FUNCTIONAL TEST OF ALL SYSTEMS THAT WERE DISTURBED DURING THE COURSE OF INSPECTION AND
MAINTAIN RECORDS.
4. RAISE A MAINTENANCE WORK ORDER FOR ANY ABNORMAL FINDINGS OBSERVED WHILE PERFORMING THE INSPECTION
SCHEDULE.
5. WHENEVER AN AREA IS OPENED, INSPECT THE ADJACENT STRUCTURE/COMPONENT ALSO, AND RECORD ABNORMALITY IF
NOTICED, IN A SEPARATE MAINTENANCE WORK ORDER.
6. INSPECTION DATA SHOULD BE RECORDED BY CERTIFYING STAFF AS PER TASK CARD/ WORK ORDER DETAILS (IF APPLICABLE).
7. WHENEVER VALUES ARE TO BE CHECKED THE SAME ARE TO BE RECORDED AGAINST THE CORRESPONDING INSPECTION
ITEM.
8. CERTIFY EACH MAINTENANCE STEP IN THE SCHEDULE/WORK ORDER AFTER ITS COMPLETION WITH TIME AND DATE.
9. WHILE CARRYING OUT THE INSPECTION IN OPEN AIR ENSURE THE WEATHER AND ENVIRONMENT IS CONDUCIVE TO CARRY
OUT THE INSPECTION PROPERLY.
10. ALWAYS USE CALIBRATED MEASURING INSTRUMENTS/EQUIPMENTS.
11. ENSURE THAT THE COMPONENT HAS APPROPRIATE SERVICEABLE TAG BEFORE INSTALLING ON THE AIRCRAFT.
12. REVIEW THE AIRCRAFT TECH LOG / CABIN DEFECT LOG FOR ANY PILOT / CABIN CREW DEFECT REPORTS. TAKE APPROPRIATE
RECTIFICATION ACTIONS.
13. REFER ADD/CDD PAGES OF TECH LOG FOR ANY DEFFERED DEFECT AND TAKE APPROPRIATE ACTION.
14. THE TERM INSPECTION/CHECK WHEREVER USED IN THIS SCHEDULE MEANS THAT THE ITEM HAS TO BE CHECKED FOR
SECURITY, CLEANLINESS, CORROSION, DETERIORATION, WEAR, CRACKS, DENTS, SCORES, CUTS, DISTORTION VISUAL
EVIDENCE OF BOWING, OVERHEATING, FREEDOM FROM OBSTRUCTION, LEAKS, LOCKING AND ANY OTHER DAMAGE.
15. THE CMR TASKS ARE MARKED AS (CMR).
16. THE ALS TASKS ARE MARKED AS (ALI).
DEFINITIONS:
1. AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATION SECTION (ALS): ALS IS THE REPOSITORY FOR STAND-ALONE DOCUMENTS THAT CONSTITUTES
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTINUOUS AIRWORTHINESS. THE TASKS FROM ALS ARE INCLUDED IN THE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
AS AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATION ITEM (ALI). IT COMPRISES OF DAMAGE TOLERANT AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATION ITEMS (DT
ALI), CERTIFICATION MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS (CMR) TASK ARISING FROM SYSTEM SAFETY ASSESSMENT WHICH ARE
ASSOCIATED WITH MOST SIGNIFICANT FAILURE CONDITIONS, AGEING SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE (ASM) & FUEL
AIRWORTHINESS LIMITATIONS (FAL).
2. EXTENDED DIVERSION TIME OPERATIONS (EDTO): THE EXTENDED DIVERSION TIME OPERATIONS (EDTO) IS AN OPERATION
BY AN AIRPLANE WITH TWO OR MORE TURBINE ENGINES WHERE THE DIVERSION TIME TO AN EN-ROUTE ALTERNATE
AERODROME IS GREATER THAN 60 MINUTES.
3. ELECTRICAL WIRING INTERCONNECTION SYSTEM (EWIS): EWIS RELATED TASKS COMPRISE OF THE ATA 20 TASKS, THE
LIGHTNING / HIGH INTENSITY RADIATED FIELDS (L/HIRF) TASKS AND ALL ZONAL INSPECTIONS IDENTIFIED EXCEPT THOSE
ASSOCIATED WITH MAJOR EXTERNAL ZONES (100, 200, 300 ETC). THESE TASKS ARE IDENTIFIED BY (EWIS) IN PARENTHESIS
FOLLOWING THE TASK DESCRIPTION.
4. DETAILED INSPECTION (DI): AN INTENSIVE EXAMINATION OF A SPECIFIC ITEM, INSTALLATION OR ASSEMBLY TO DETECT
DAMAGE, FAILURE OR IRREGULARITY. AVAILABLE LIGHTING IS NORMALLY SUPPLEMENTED WITH A DIRECT SOURCE OF GOOD
LIGHTING AT AN INTENSITY DEEMED APPROPRIATE. INSPECTION AIDS SUCH AS MIRRORS, MAGNIFYING LENSES ETC MAY BE
NECESSARY. SURFACE CLEANING AND ELABORATE ACCESS PROCEDURES MAY BE REQUIRED.
5. GENERAL VISUAL INSPECTION (GVI): A VISUAL EXAMINATION OF AN INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR AREA, INSTALLATION OR
ASSEMBLY TO DETECT OBVIOUS DAMAGE, FAILURE OR IRREGULARITY. THIS LEVEL OF INSPECTION IS MADE FROM WITHIN
TOUCHING DISTANCE UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. A MIRROR MAY BE NECESSARY TO ENSURE VISUAL ACCESS TO ALL
SURFACES IN THE INSPECTION AREA. THIS LEVEL OF INSPECTION IS MADE UNDER NORMALLY AVAILABLE LIGHTING
CONDITIONS SUCH AS DAYLIGHT, FLASHLIGHT OR DROP-LIGHT AND MAY REQUIRE REMOVAL OR OPENING OF ACCESS
PANELS OR DOORS. STANDS, LADDERS OR PLATFORMS MAY BE REQUIRED TO GAIN PROXIMITY TO THE AREA BEING
CHECKED.
6. VISUAL CHECK (VC): AN OBSERVATION TO DETERMINE THAT AN ITEM IS FULFILLING ITS INTENDED PURPOSE. DOES NOT
REQUIRE QUANTITATIVE TOLERANCES. THIS IS A FAILURE FINDING TASK.
7. OPERATIONAL CHECK (OP): A TASK TO DETERMINE THAT AN ITEM IS FULFILLING ITS INTENDED PURPOSE. DO NOT REQUIRE
QUANTITATIVE TOLERANCES. THIS IS A FAILURE FINDING TASK.
8. FUNCTIONAL TEST (FU): A QUANTITATIVE CHECK TO DETERMINE IF ONE OR MORE FUNCTIONS OF A SYSTEM/SUB-SYSTEM
OR COMPONENT PERFORMS, WITHIN SPECIFIED LIMITS. THIS TASK MAY CALL FOR THE USE OF SPECIAL TEST EQUIPMENT.

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 3 of 19

MANPOWER DETAILS

CERTIFYING STAFF

LIC/APP./AUTH. SIGNATURE WITH


SN NAME CAT SHORT SIGN.
STAMP DATE

TECHNICIANS

SIGNATURE WITH
SN NAME EMP. ID SHORT SIGN.
DATE

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 4 of 19

A/C REG.: ______________ DATE: _______________ STATION: _______________

TOTAL NUMBER OF WORK ORDERS PERFORMED (SCHEDULED & UNSCHEDULED)

FLIGHT REPORT
SECTOR FLOWN TIME IN AIR OIL UPLIFT (QTS.)
NO. OF
DATE OF FLIGHT FLIGHT NO.
FROM AIRBORNE TOUCH DOWN IN AIR LDGS. ENG 1 ENG 2 APU
TO

TOTAL

PREVIOUS DAY RECORD CURRENT DAY RECORD TOTAL NOTE: THIS FLIGHT TIME LOG IS TO BE FILLED AND CERTIFIED BY THE APPROVED/AUTHORISED PERSON

A/C FLIGHT HRS.

SIGN
A/C LANDINGS DATE TIME APP. / AUTH. STAMP CAT
(CERTIFYING STAFF)

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 5 of 19

LIST OF REQUIRED TOOLS/EQUIPMENTS/CONSUMABLES


PART NUMBER /
SN NOMENCLATURE QTY
SPECIFICATION
1. Warning Notices Not Specific As Required
2. Suitable Access Platforms Not Specific As Required
3. Tyre Pressure Gauge Not Specific 01
Low Pressure Dry Nitrogen Gas source and
4. Not Specific 01
Charging Equipment.
5. Ground Lock Pin of NLG Doorlock 98D32203502000 02
6. Ground Safety lock of NLG Downlock D23080000 01
7. Ground Lock Sleeve of MLG Doorlock 460005835 02
8. Ground Lock Sleeve of MLG Downlock 460007280 02
M83248-1-011
9. O-ring or 01
M83248-1-008
10. Engine Oil MIL PRF 23699 As Required
Skydrol LD4
11. Hydraulic Fluid CML Ref : 02-003D or As Required
02-506
12. Mineral Hydraulic Fluid MIL PRF 5606H As Required
Fuel Tank Draining Kit 98A28101000000 01
a) Adapting Pipe Water draining from fuel or
tank. 98D28104000000 01
13.
b) Purger Water drain for wing tanks. 98A28104000000 01

c) Water Drain purger for centre tank. 98A28104000002 01


14. One liter Glass Jar for fuel sample Not Specific 01
15. Fuel drain Container (metallic) 10 liters 01
Aquadis Detector
16. Fuel sampling kit. As Required
(HYDROKIT)
17. Tool-Zero Locking, Flap Slat Ctl Lever 98D27803500001 1
18. Pin-Safety (Towing Pin) D23156000 1
19. Cover-Total Temperature Sensor 98A10001013000 2
20. Cover-Pitot Probe 98A10001005000 3
21. Cover-Slip On Angle Of Attack Sensor 98A10001500000 3
98D10103500042
22. Cover-Static Probe 4
98D10103500043

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 6 of 19

THIS SCHEDULE CONSISTS 48 TASKS


SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF
ARRIVAL
1 Install the wheel chocks.
AF
REF: AMM TASK 10-11-00-555-015
2 Install the nose landing gear and the main landing gear ground lock safety
AF
devices (as necessary). REF: AMM TASK 32-00-00-481-001
If aircraft towing is required, place the towing lever in the "towing position"
3 and install pin. AF
REF: AMM TASK 09-10-00-860-092
4 Install Pitot, Static covers and other blanks. AF
REF: AMM TASK 10-11-00-555-069
5 Review the aircraft technical log and start corrective actions as necessary. AF
NOTE: If the aircraft electrical network is not energized, perform items 6 AF
and 7 otherwise continue with item 8
6 Do a safety check of the flight compartment for proper position of the AF
controls.
7 Energize the aircraft electrical network. AF
REF: AMM TASK 24-41-00-861-002
8 ENGINE OIL
(MPD 791000-I1-1-IGO) REF: AMM TASK 12-13-79-610-011

WARNING: IF NECESSARY TO REMOVE THE OIL TANK CAP, YOU MUST


WAIT A MINIMUM OF 5 MINUTES AFTER ENGINE SHUT-
DOWN TO ALLOW PRESSURE IN OIL TANK TO DECREASE.
WARNING: OIL IS DANGEROUS IF IT IS ALLOWED TO BE ABSORBED
THROUGH THE SKIN AND INTO THE BODY. IMMEDIATELY
FLUSH THE OIL WITH WATER.
CAUTION: DO NOT PUT OIL THAT HAS BEEN DRAINED FROM THE
ENGINE BACK TO THE OIL TANK.
CAUTION: IF THE ENGINE WAS STOPPED FOR MORE THAN ONE HOUR,
DO SPECIFIC MAINTENANCE ACTION (REFER SUBTASK 12-
13-79-869-051) TO MAKE SURE THAT OIL LEVEL IS CORRECT.
THIS WILL PREVENT OVERSERVICING IF OIL IS ADDED.
EN
i. For NON-EDTO A/C:
Do a check of engine oil level as per AMM 12-13-79-610-011
and replenish, if required. Record the uplift in the aircraft
technical log.
ii. For EDTO certified A/C:
a) Do a check of the engine oil level on the tank sight gauge
within a period of 5 to 60 minutes after engine shutdown.
If the oil tank sight glass shows less than FULL,
replenish the oil tank to FULL level. Compute oil
consumption since last uplift and record in the aircraft
technical log.
b) Check no oil filter CLOG indication on ECAM ENG Page.
Record Oil uplift:
Engine No. 1 ... Qts Engine No. 2 ..Qts
Also record the oil uplift in Tech Log and on page no.4 of this schedule.
FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 7 of 19

SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF
9 APU OIL
REF: AMM TASK 12-13-49-612-001

CAUTION: IF POSSIBLE, WAIT AT LEAST 1 HOUR AFTER THE APU SHUT


DOWN TO ALLOW THE OIL TO BECOME COOL BEFORE YOU
SERVICE THE SYSTEM. THIS WILL MAKE SURE THE SIGHT
GLASS READING IS ACCURATE.
i. For NON-EDTO A/C:
If ECAM APU page shows LOW OIL LEVEL message, replenish APU oil
tank to FULL level and record uplift in the aircraft technical log.
ii. For EDTO certified A/C:
a) Do a visual check of the APU oil level on the tank sight gauge and
replenish APU oil tank to FULL level, if required. Compute oil
consumption since last uplift and record in the technical log. EN
b) Check no Oil filter clog (APU Maintenance status on ECAM.)
Follow the TSM procedure if Class 2 message indicates
discrepancy with APU system including oil filter clog.
c) Do a visual check of the DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE INDICATORS of
the APU GENERATOR SCAVENGE-FILTER and the APU
LUBRICATION FILTER as per AMM TASK 49-91-00-210-002.
d) Inspect the Magnetic Oil Drain Plug for Metal Chip
contamination as per AMM Task 49-91-42-200-003.

Record the oil uplift .Qts.

Record following: APU S/N .. APU HRS .. APU CYC .


Also record the oil uplift in Tech Log and on page no.4 of this schedule.
10 HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR QUANTITY CHECK
WARNING: DO NOT GET HYDRAULIC FLUID ON THE SKIN OR EYES. FLUSH
WITH CLEAN WATER AND GET MEDICAL AID.
Do a fluid level check of the Green, Blue and Yellow hydraulic reservoirs
(On ECAM LOWER DISPLAY, HYD page). AF
Add hydraulic fluid to the reservoirs as necessary. Record uplift(s)

Green ...Qts. Blue ..Qts Yellow ... Qts


Also record the hydraulic uplift in Tech Log

EXTERNAL WALK AROUND (AIRFRAME)


11 INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR
(MPD 242100-07-1) Ref. AMM 24-21-51-200-010
NOTE: TO BE PERFORMED ON EDTO CERTIFIED AIRCRAFT ONLY.
- CHECK OIL LEVEL OF INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR AND
REPLENISH IF NECESSARY.
- CHECK FILTER DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE INDICATOR (POP OUT NOT EN
PROTRUDING).
Record Oil uplift:

IDG No. 1 ... Qts IDG No. 2 ..Qts


Also record the oil uplift in Tech log.

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 8 of 19

SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF
12 OPENING OF LANDING GEAR DOORS
REF: AMM TASK 32-12-00-010-001 (MLG) / 32-22-00-010-001 (NLG)
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY DEVICES ARE
INSTALLED ON THE LANDING GEAR AND THE RELATED
AF
DOORS. THIS PREVENTS UNWANTED MOVEMENT OF THE
LANDING GEAR AND DOORS.
Open the nose and the main landing gear doors and install the safety
devices.
13 LOWER HALF OF FUSELAGE
(MPD ZL-100-01-1-IGO) REF: AMM TASK: 05-21-00-200-001

Do a general visual inspection of the lower half of the fuselage from ground
as far as visible, including:
Pitot probes, static ports and AOA sensors: No obstruction
(Inspection with protective covers removed)
Avionics equipment ventilation: Air inlet and air outlet valves
Batteries ventilation outlet (Venturi): No obstruction
Waste water drain mast
Antennas: No damage
AF
Wing and engine scan lights: Cleanliness
Wing-to-fuselage fairings and belly fairing
Anti-collision beacon light: Cleanliness
Radome: No damage, latches engaged and locked
Crew oxygen cylinder overpressure indicator: Green disc in place
(Near access door 812)
LP/HP GRD connection panels CLOSED
Ram air inlet flap
Ram air intakes and outlets: No obstruction
Inspect the belly fairing access panels for missing fasteners.
Ensure that there are no signs of corrosion, cracks or damage.
14 NOSE LANDING GEAR WELL
(MPD ZL-123-01-1-IGO) REF: AMM TASK: 05-21-20-200-002
Do a general visual inspection of nose gear well from the ground as far as
AF
visible for condition like damage, cracks & corrosion.

All the installations (wiring, ducting, piping) are attached correctly.


15 NLG UNLOCK ACTUATOR VISUAL INSPECTION
REF: IPC 32-21-16-01-040A
VISUALLY INSPECT THE UNLOCK ACTUATOR FOR ANY SIGN OF MIGRATION AF
OF THE ROD EYE END WITH RESPECT TO THE HOUSING OF THE SPHERICAL
BEARING (UPWARD OR DOWNWARD).
16 MAIN GEAR WELL - HYDRAULIC COMPARTMENT
(MPD: ZL-147-01-1-IGO) REF: AMM TASK: 05-21-40-200-003

Do a general visual inspection of the main landing gear well and hydraulic
AF
compartment as far as visible for condition like damage, cracks & corrosion:
Components: Installation, hydraulic fluid leakage
Doors: Structure, hinges, up-lock assy and operating mechanism
All the installations (wiring, ducting, piping) are attached correctly
FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 9 of 19

SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF
17 UPPER HALF OF THE FUSELAGE
(MPD ZL-200-01-1-IGO) REF: AMM TASK:05-22-00-200-001

Do a general visual inspection of upper half of fuselage from ground as far


as possible for signs of corrosion, cracks or damage, including:
AF
Cockpit & cabin windows: adjoining structure
Emergency exits
Anti-collision beacon light: Cleanliness
Antennas: No damage
Ensure that there are no signs of corrosion, cracks or damage.
18 STABILIZERS AND CONE/REAR FUSELAGE
(MPD ZL-300-01-1-IGO) REF: AMM TASK: 05-23-00-200-001
Do a general visual inspection of the rear fuselage with cone and
stabilizers from ground as far as visible, including:
THS and elevators: Damage, evidence of fluid leakage
Fin and rudder: Damage, evidence of fluid leakage
AF
Static dischargers
Tail cone strobe light
Waste water drain mast
Outflow valve
Fuselage tail damage due to ground contact
Ensure that there is no sign of corrosion, cracks or damage.
19 WING
(MPD ZL-500-01-1-IGO) REF: AMM TASK:05-25-00-200-001
WARNING: DO NOT EXTEND THE SLATS AND FLAPS WHEN THE THRUST
REVERSER COWLS ARE DEPLOYED IN THE 45 UNIT
POSITION
Do a general inspection of LH and RH wings from ground as far as visible.
(A) RIGHT/LEFT WING LEADING EDGE
Do a general visual inspection of the wing leading edge from ground as far
as visible, including:
Slats
Leading edge access panels(pressure relief panels in place)
Surge tank NACA air intake: No obstruction
Surge tank overpressure protector: White cross visible
AF
Ensure that there are no signs of corrosion, cracks or damage
(B) RIGHT/LEFT WING TIP AND TRAILING EDGE
Do a general visual inspection of the wing tip and trailing edge from ground
as far as visible, including:
Navigation and strobe lights for condition
Static dischargers missing or damaged
Control surfaces, flaps and flap track fairings: Damage, evidence of
fluid leakage
Lower wing surface: Damage, evidence of fuel leakage
Wing tank overpressure protector: Burst disk in place (White cross
visible
Landing light: No damage, cleanliness

Ensure that there are no signs of corrosion, cracks or damage.


FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 10 of 19

SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF
20 MAIN LANDING GEAR BAY
(MPD: ZL-571-01-1-IGO) REF: AMM TASK: 05-25-70-200-001

Do a general visual inspection of the main landing gear bay as far as visible
for condition like damage, cracks & corrosion: AF

Components: Installation, hydraulic fluid leakage


All the installations (wiring, ducting, piping) are attached correctly
Gear assy: Structure, attachment
21 LANDING GEAR AND LANDING GEAR DOORS
(MPD ZL-700-01-1-IGO) REF: AMM TASK: 05-27-00-200-001

Do a general visual inspection of the main and nose landing gears and
landing gear doors from ground as far as visible, including:

Doors and wheel well


Gear assembly structure: Damage, evidence of leakage
AF
Shock absorber: Signs of leakage and normal extension
Shock absorber sliding tube: Scoring/damage, cleanliness,
(if necessary, make a clean cloth moist with mineral hydraulic fluid
(Mat. No. 02-001), clean tube and dry with a clean cloth)
Proximity detectors: Security, cleanliness
Brake units: Evidence of leakage or overheating

Ensure that there are no signs of corrosion, cracks or damage.


22 DOORS
(MPD ZL-800-01-1-IGO) REF: AMM TASK 05-28-00-200-001

Do a general visual inspection of all pax, service and cargo doors from
ground for signs of corrosion, cracks or damage.
AF
4 Passenger/Crew doors
3 cargo compartment doors
4 overwing emergency exits
Service panel doors, avionic compartment access doors
23 TANKS
(MPD 281100-01-2) REF: AMM TASK: 12-32-28-281-001

WARNING:
1. OBEY THE FUEL SAFETY PROCEDURES. GROUND THE AIRCRAFT AF
CORRECTLY.
2. HEADSET SHOULD NOT BE WORN. CABLES/LINES CONNECTED TO THE
AIRCRAFT SHOULD NOT BE TOUCHED.
3. FUELLING SHOULD NOT BE DONE DURING BAD WEATHER CONDITION.
4. LIGHTENING IS DANGEROUS WHILE WORKING ON FUEL TANKS.
5. ALWAYS CONNECT THE GROUND CABLE TO THE PARKING GROUND
POINT BEFORE CONNECTING TO THE AIRCRAFT. DO NOT ATTACH THE
GROUND CABLE TO AIRCRAFT FIRST AS THERE IS A RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK.
FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 11 of 19

SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF
NOTE:
1. IF POSSIBLE, DO THE WATER DRAIN PROCEDURE BEFORE A REFUEL.
ALTERNATIVELY, YOU MUST WAIT FOR ONE HOUR AFTER A REFUEL HAS
BEEN COMPLETED BEFORE YOU DO THE WATER DRAIN PROCEDURE.
2. USE THE GRAVITY PROCEDURE ONLY IF THERE IS MORE THAN 10%
CONTENT OF FUEL IN EACH TANK
3. USE SUCTION PROCEDURE IF THERE IS LESS THAN 10% CONTENT OF FUEL AF
IN EACH TANK.

Drain water from wing tanks and center tank at water drain valves

Take fuel samples from all tanks. Check for any contamination. Check water
contents in the samples with Aquadis detector (HYDROKIT).
After drainage, make sure that the drain valves are correctly closed and not
leaking.
24 CARGO COMPARTMENTS
(MPD 255000-01-1) REF:AMM TASK: 25-50-00-200-002
AF
Do a general visual inspection of the FWD, AFT and Bulk cargo compartment
decompression, lining, floor panels and pressure compensation valve.
25 WHEELS
(MPD 324100-01-1) REF: AMM TASK: 32-41-00-210-003

Inspect Nose, RH / LH Main Landing Gear Wheels and Tyres for satisfactory
condition (Wear & Damage) including:
Wheels: Rim damage, sheared/missing tie bolts
Tyres: Wear, damage and signs of under inflation/over inflation
NOTE: For tyre damage, cuts, chord breakage etc refer to AMM Task
32-41-00-210-002.
CAUTION:
1. TYRE PRESSURE MUST BE CHECKED WHEN THE TYRES ARE NOT
HOT.
2. SERVICE TYRES WITH NITROGEN ONLY.
3. ON ANY DAY IF LOW TYRE PRESSURE IS SUSPECTED ON ANY WHEEL
DURING INSPECTION THEN CHECK THE TYRE PRESSURE OF THE AF
SUSPECTED WHEEL/S AND INFLATE TO MAXIMUM TYRE PRESSURE.
4. AT LINE STATION IF DRY NITROGEN GAS IS NOT AVAILABLE THEN
AIR MAY BE USED. BUT BEFORE USE IT MUST BE ENSURED THAT
THE AIR BEING USED HAS OXYGEN NOT MORE THAN 5% BY
VOLUME.
HOWEVER IF AIR WITH UNKNOWN OXYGEN CONTENT IS USED
THEN THIS AIR SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM TYRES WITHIN 15
HOURS AND THE TYRES CHARGED WITH DRY NITROGEN.
ACCORDINGLY A NOTING SHOULD BE REFLECTED IN DEFERRED
MAINTENANCE AND WORKORDER.
5. THE CHEMICAL REACTION BETWEEN THE OXYGEN IN THE TYRES
AND GASES FROM THE INNER LINER OF THE TYRE MAY CAUSE A
TYRE EXPLOSION.
Check and record tyre pressure and inflate to maximum specified tyre
pressure, if necessary
FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 12 of 19

SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF
(TO BE DONE DURING NIGHT HALT ON SUNDAY, TUESDAY & THURSDAY)

NOTE: MLG Tyre Pressure - Min : 210 psi Max: 220 psi
NLG Tyre Pressure - Min : 178 psi Max: 187 psi
CAUTION: IN CASE TYRE PRESSURE IS FOUND BELOW 170 PSI FOR NLG OR
BELOW 190 PSI FOR MLG REFER AMM TASK 32-41-00-210-059 FOR
FURTHER ACTION.

INITIAL TYRE PRESSURE:


Main Wheels Nose Wheels
#1 #2 #3 #4 #1 #2
AF
Tyre Pr.
(PSI)

FINAL TYRE PRESSURE:


Main Wheels Nose Wheels
#1 #2 #3 #4 #1 #2
Tyre Pr.
(PSI)

Record the following Data:


TP Gauge Serial No. ..
Gauge Calibration date: . Next due on
26 MAIN LANDING GEAR BRAKES
(MPD 324227-01-1) REF: AMM TASK:32-42-27-210-003
WARNING: PUT SAFETY DEVICES AND WARNING NOTICES IN POSITION
BEFORE STARTING INSPECTION NEAR MLG AND THE
AF
RELATED DOORS.
Functional check of brake heat pack for wear by use of the wear indicator
(parking brake applied)
Ensure that there are no leaks from brake assemblies and hydraulic lines.
27 MAIN LANDING GEAR BRAKES

Do a check of the piston housing of all 4 brakes for looseness. If the piston
AF
housing is found loose, replace the brake as per AMM Task 32-42-27-
000/400-001.
NOTE: Create a maintenance workorder in case of brake change.
28 MAIN LANDING GEAR BRAKES
REF: AMM SUBTASK 32-42-27-420-057-B

Do a check for misaligned creep mark or damaged/loose lock wire between


the hydraulic coupling and the hydraulic hose. If misaligned creep mark or
damaged/loose lock wire is found , then:
AF
a. Cut, remove and discard the lockwire.
b. Torque the union nut to between 19.91 and 22.86 lbf. ft.
c. Safety the union nut to quick release coupling.
d. Apply a creep mark between quick release coupling and B-nut of
hydraulic hose.
e. Create a maintenance workorder and record the work performed.
FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 13 of 19

SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF
WASTE/WATER SERVICING
NOTE: In freezing conditions, drain the potable water system and the
toilet waste tank. Service before aircraft departure.
NOTE: Obey the cold weather maintenance procedure (Ref. AMM TASK
12-31-38-660-001). AF
NOTE: If the temperature in the aircraft is below 4 DEG.C (39.20 DEG.F)
do the pre-conditioning procedure (Ref. AMM TASK 12-33-21-618-
001).
29 Ensure that the potable water system is serviced as required.

To fill the potable water system with electrical power (Ref. AMM TASK 12-
15-38-613-001). AF

To fill the potable water system without electrical power (Ref. AMM TASK
12-15-38-613-002).
30 Ensure that the toilet waste tank is serviced as required (Ref. AMM TASK 12-
AF
16-38-613-001).

FLIGHT COMPARTMENT
31 CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM
AF
On the DOOR/OXY page (lower ECAM DU), ensure that the oxygen pressure
is indicated in Green
32 RAIN REPELLANT FLUID CAN
AF
Do a check of the rain repellant CAN for correct fluid level and pressure
AMM TASK: 12-17-30-200-001
33 AIRCRAFT DOCUMENTS

Check for the presence and validity (where applicable) of the following
documents.
Torn/mutilated/missing/invalid documents must be replaced.

1. Certificate of Registration
2. Certificate of Airworthiness
3. Aircraft Station License
4. Noise Certificate
AF
5. Permit to Operate
6. Certificate of Insurance
7. Weight Schedule
8. Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC)
9. Emergency Equipment Location Chart
10. LOPA
11. MEL Vol 1 and Vol 2
12. Flight Report Book (FRB)
13. Dent & Buckle Chart
14. Cabin Defect Log Book (CDLB) in passenger compartment.

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 14 of 19

SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF
34 EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
Check the emergency equipment for presence, correct stowage & validity
(where applicable):
(Refer Emergency Equipment Location Chart in Documents on-board file)
SN Description Qty. Qty. in Ex-TGW A/C*
1 Crash Axe 1 1
2 Fire proof gloves 1 pair 1 pair
AF
3 Life vest for crew 4 3
4 Portable fire extinguisher 1 1
5 Portable Breathing Equipment 1 1
6 Flash light 2 2
7 Escape Rope 2 2
* VT-IDA, VT-IDB, VT-IDC, VT-IDD, VT-IDE, VT-IDF, VT-IDG, VT-IDH, VT-IDI,
VT-IDJ, VT-IDK, VT-IDL.
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT
35 EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
Check the emergency equipment for presence, correct stowage & validity
(where applicable):
(Refer Emergency Equipment Location Chart in Documents on-board file)
Qty. in Ex-
SN Description Qty.
TGW A/C*
1 First Aid Kit 2 2
2 Medical Kit 1 1
3 Universal Precaution Kit 1 1
4 Megaphone 2 2
5 Life vest for cabin crew 6 4
6 Life vest for infants 12 12
7 Portable fire extinguisher 3 3
8 Portable oxygen bottle & masks 4 4
9 Portable Breathing Equipment 4 4
10 Manual release keys 4 4
11 Portable ELT 1 1 AF
12 Flash lights 6 4
13 PAX Life Vests 180 180
14 Automated External Defibrillators (AED) 1 1
Ensure that the Green Ready light is
blinking.

NOTE:
- If the Ready light is steady: The AED
is in use or running a self-test.

- If the Ready light is off, the AED is


chirping, and the i-button is flashing:
The following may be the probable
causes:
a) A self-test error has occurred,
b) there is a problem with the pads,

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 15 of 19

SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF
c) the Infant/Child Key has been left
installed,
d) the battery power is low.

Press the i-button for instructions.

- If the Ready light is off but the AED


is not chirping and the i-button is not
flashing: The following may be the
probable causes:
a) there is no battery inserted,
b) the battery is depleted, AF
c) the defibrillator needs repair.
* VT-IDA, VT-IDB, VT-IDC, VT-IDD, VT-IDE, VT-IDF, VT-IDG, VT-IDH, VT-IDI,
VT-IDJ, VT-IDK, VT-IDL.

Additional Emergency Equipment on EDTO certified A/C:


S.No. Description Qty.
1 Survival Kit 4
2 Overwing Escape Life Lines 4
3 Supplemental Life Raft 1
4 Portable ELT 1
36 ENGINEERING KIT CONTENTS
Check the contents of engineering kit (fabric bag) as listed below:
SN Description Qty.
1 Transit / Preflight Inspection Task Card (Current Revision) 1
2 Anti-Sabotage Task Card (Current Revision) 1
3 Contact Cleaner 1
4 Paper Tape 1 roll
5 Hi Speed Tape 1 roll
6 Transparent Tape 1 roll
7 Locking Wire 1 roll
8 CB Collars, P/N ABS0772B01A 3
AF
9 CB Collars, P/N ABS0772B02A 3
10 INOP Tray Table Belt 2
11 "MEL" Stickers 20
12 "INOP" Stickers 20
13 CAT I ONLY Stickers 10
14 LAV INOP Stickers 10
15 "DO NOT OPERATE" Tags 10
16 "AUTOLAND DOWNGRADED" Placards 10
In case of item found missing, same to be replenished.
Record findings and details of replenishment.

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 16 of 19

SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF

37 General visual check of the left and right wing upper surface and control
AF
surfaces, through cabin windows.

38 PASSENGER/CREW DOOR (FWD & AFT)


(MPD 521000-01-1) REF: AMM TASK: 52-10-00-210-004
AF
Do a check of the emergency cylinder/accumulator for correct pressure.

AIRCRAFT CLEANING

39 COCKPIT AREA

Check and clean the cockpit area including windshield & windows, crew and AF
observer seats, floor area and cockpit door.

40 CABIN

Check passenger compartment for general cleanliness including PSU,


AF
Stowage compartments in galleys, toilets, doors, ceiling and side wall
panels. Passenger seat upholstery, carpets and passenger windows.

41 EXTERIOR CLEANING
REF: AMM TASK 12-21-11-615-002
AF
External surface of fuselage, wing control surfaces, landing gear doors.
Check that fuselage exterior is free from streaks and deposits.

42 CLOSING OF LANDING GEAR DOORS


REF: AMM TASK 32-12-00-410-001 (MLG) / 32-22-00-410-001 (NLG)

WARNING: OBEY ALL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR CLOSING OF THE LANDING


GEAR DOORS.
AF
Remove the door safety devices

Close the nose and the main landing gear doors

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 17 of 19

SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF

EXTERNAL WALK AROUND (APU)

AUXILLARY POWER UNIT

43 Visual check of the APU area from ground for general condition:

Air intake
Doors: Closed and secured
Drain mast, drains and vents
Exhaust EN
Fire extinguisher overpressure discharge indicator: Red disc in
place

Ensure that there are no signs of corrosion, cracks or damage.

EXTERNAL WALK AROUND (ENGINES)

44 POWER PLANT, NACELLES AND PYLON


(MPD ZL-400-01-1-IGO) Ref: AMM Task: 05-24-00-200-001

Visual inspection of power plant, nacelles and pylon from ground as far as
visible(cowl doors closed) including:

Pylon fairing and fillets: No damage, pressure relief doors closed


Engine air inlet: lip and outer and inner skin, riveting, acoustic
panels, and visible probes and sensors (P2/T2)
Fan blades, annulus fillers and spinner: No damage
Fan rotor path, splitter fairing, inlet guide vanes, fan outlet guide
vanes and fan duct. Check Fan free rotation by hand.
External surface of the fan cowl doors and thrust reverser doors, EN
Doors closed and correctly latched. Access doors and pressure
relief doors in place, closed and secured.
Air inlets/outlets: No obstruction.
Translating sleeves correctly stowed.
CNA (Common Nozzle Assembly) and exhaust: Last stage LPT
blades, struts, nozzle and plug (for damage and metal deposit)
Drain mast and pylon drains: No obstruction, evidence of leakage.
Fan Exhaust: Acoustic lining, exit vanes, struts and thrust reverser
blocker doors.

Ensure that there are no signs of corrosion, cracks or damage.

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 18 of 19

SKILL CERTIFYING
SN DESCRIPTION TECH
CODE STAFF

IN THE FLIGHT COMPARTMENT PERFORM THE FOLLOWING CHECKS:

Clean the display unit screens (ECAM, PFD, ND).


45 AV
REF: AMM TASK: 12-21-12-100-001

46 AC EMERGENCY GENERATION (CMR)


(MPD 242400-01-2) REF: AMM TASK: 24-24-00-710-001
AV
Do an operational check of the emergency generation system.
47 CABIN EMERGENCY LIGHTING
(MPD 335100-01-1) REF: AMM TASK: 33-51-00-710-001
AV
Do an operational check of the emergency lights via MCDU.
48 RETRIEVAL OF FDIMU DATA FROM FDIMU ON PCMCIA CARD

REPLACE PCMCIA CARD FROM FDIMU FOR DATA DOWNLOADING.


REF:
AMM TASK:31-36-00-000-001 (FOR REMOVAL OF PCMCIA CARD)
AMM TASK:31-36-00-400-001 (FOR INSTALLATION OF PCMCIA CARD)
AV
NOTE:

RECORD THE SERIAL NUMBERS (OFF AND ON S/Ns) OF THE PCMCIA CARD
ON THE WORK ORDER OF THE 8DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE.

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A
8 DAY INSPECTION SCHEDULE
(AIRBUS A320 AIRCRAFT WITH V2527-A5 ENGINES)
APPROVAL IGO/E&M/Approval/Insp.Sch/21 dated 20.11.2014 EFFECTIVITY: IGO ALL

ISSUE: 05 Rev 02 Dated: 20.11.2014


INTERVAL To be performed once every 8 days or 120 FH whichever is earlier
PAGE: 19 of 19

CERTIFICATE OF RELEASE TO SERVICE

ORGANIZATION NAME INTERGLOBE AVIATION LIMITED (INDIGO)


ORGANIZATION APPROVAL DAW, DELHI REGION LETTER NO. INDIGO/F APP/1034 DATED 31/07/2006
REFERENCE
CERTIFICATE OF RELEASE TO SERVICE IN ACCORDANCE WITH CAR 145

AIRCRAFT AIRBUS A320-232 MSN REGISTRATION TAH TAC

WORK ORDER
HAS BEEN MAINTAINED AS SPECIFIED IN THE WORK ORDER
NO.
RECORD WORKORDER & TASKCARD NUMBERS (AS APPLICABLE), INCLUDING A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WORK
PERFORMED*

CERTIFIES THAT THE WORK SPECIFIED EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED WAS CARRIED OUT IN ACCORDANCE WITH
CAR-145 AND IN RESPECT TO THAT WORK THE AIRCRAFT/AIRCRAFT COMPONENT IS CONSIDERED READY FOR
RELEASE TO SERVICE.

CERTIFYING LIC/APP./AUTH.
SIGNATURE
STAFF (NAME) STAMP

LOCATION** DATE TIME

* REFERENCE TO APPROVED DATA USED TO PERFORM THE WORK


** LOCATION WHERE THE WORK WAS PERFORMED
FORM NO. IGO/E&M/CRS/No. 7 Issue 1

FORM NO.IGO/E&M/A320/8D/42A