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14 May 2018

INSTRUCTION FOR
THAI VIETJET AIR
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
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GENERAL REQUIREMENT

THREE FUNDAMENTALS

1) Certificate of Release to Service


2) Maintenance Organization’s Responsibility
3) Approved Organization & Procedures
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GENERAL REQUIREMENT
1) Certificate of Release to Service

No aircraft when used for Commercial Air Transport may fly unless a Certificate of Release to
Service has been issued by an organization …… for maintenance carried out:

• on the aircraft
• or an aircraft component intended for fitment to such an aircraft

CERTIFICATE OF RELEASE TO SERVICE STATEMENT

“Certifies that the work specified except as otherwise specified was carried out in
accordance with the requirements of the Air Navigation Act and in respect to that
work, the aircraft/ aircraft component is considered ready for release to service”.
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GENERAL REQUIREMENT

Airworthiness Release Certificate

CAAT from 1

FAA 8130

EASA from 1

(Acceptable for Aircraft Registration Under HS)


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GENERAL REQUIREMENT
CERTIFICATE OF RELEASE TO SERVICE STATEMENT

CRS Statement
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GENERAL REQUIREMENT
CERTIFICATE OF RELEASE TO SERVICE STATEMENT

CRS Statement
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GENERAL REQUIREMENT
2) Maintenance Organization’s Responsibility

This Certificate of Release to Service means that - except as otherwise specified - all maintenance
tasks ordered by the clients to the Maintenance Organization were performed iaw approved data
and the CAAT requirements.

3) Approved Organization & Procedures

No organization may certify for release to service an aircraft used for HS registration aircraft or a
component intended to be used on unless approved REPAIR STATION CERTIFICATE by CAAT.
(The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand)
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GENERAL REQUIREMENT
EXAMPLE: CAAT REPAIR STATION CERTIFICATE
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DOCUMENT FOT VZ LINE MAINTENANCE


TECHNICAL LOG (MR1)
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DOCUMENT FOT VZ LINE MAINTENANCE


DEFERRED DEFECT LOG (MR2)
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DOCUMENT FOT VZ LINE MAINTENANCE


TRANSIT CHECK & FUEL RECORD
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DOCUMENT FOT VZ LINE MAINTENANCE


LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECT
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DOCUMENT FOT VZ LINE MAINTENANCE


NOTICE TO CREW (NTC)
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DOCUMENT FOT VZ LINE MAINTENANCE


CABIN CONDITION LOG
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WORKSHEET HANDLING PROCEDURE


• Only Black or Blue inked ball pen shall be used for completing any job cards, worksheets, and
Reporting sheet and maintenance documents.

• Erasing and White out with LIQUID PAPER are not permitted on any job cards, worksheets,
reporting sheet including all maintenance record forms.

• Any mistake or no required record made in any job cards, worksheets, shall be CROSSED OUT
with Signature, Date and Personal ID. (or Stamp Authorize Approval).

• Maintenance Data and its revision must be record in Technical Log when perform
Maintenance Tasks.

• When perform the task that require the calibrated tools, the detail of the tools such as
Description, P/N, S/N and Expiry Date must be recorded in Technical Log.

• Any consumable parts that are replaced when perform Maintenance Tasks, must be recorded
in Technical Log.
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WORKSHEET HANDLING PROCEDURE

• Any inquires in job cards and worksheets regarding tasks or instructions shall be forwarded to
TVJ Representative to investigate that document as necessary.

• All job cards, worksheets and all maintenance reporting sheets performed by Mechanic/
inspector must be properly filled out with:

 Mechanic: Full Name and Personal ID and Date.

 LAE/ Inspector: Signature and Stamp Authorize Approval or CAAT No. (AMO/MRO) and
Date.

• Date (Performance date): DD/MM/YY .

• All inspection results should be written in clearly statement in all job cards, worksheets,
reporting sheets, if required. The abbreviation such as OK and Dash (-) should be avoided.
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WORKSHEET HANDLING PROCEDURE

ONLY BLACK OR BLUE BALL PEN SHALL BE


USED TO ENTRY ANY RECORD.

WHEN ANY MISTAKE IS HAPPENED, THE INCORRECTED


INFORMATION MUST BE CROSS OUT WITH SIGNATURE
AND AUTHORIZATION STAMP.
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AIRCRAFT TECHNICAL LOG DESCRIPTION & USAGE INSTRUCTION


TECHNICAL LOG (MR1) has 4 copies:
• White copy (for Technical Records)
• Green copy (for Technical Services)
• Pink copy (for line stations)
• Yellow copy (for book)

DEFERRED DEFECT LOG (MR2) has 2 copies:


• White copy (for Technical Records)
• Yellow copy (for book)

TRANSIT CHECK & FUEL RECORD has 2 copies:


• White copy (for Main Base)
• Pink copy (for Station)
• Yellow copy (for book)

NOTICE TO CREW (NTC) has 1 copy:


• Yellow page (for aircraft folder)

LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECT has 1 copy:


• Blue page (for aircraft folder)
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REMOVAL/ DISTRIBUTION
TECHNICAL LOG (MR1) PAGES

Pink copy shall be removed when:


1) When crew changed or at the end of the days flight
2) When entry any defect is in “D” column (Defect Task Description), Action Taken is required to
rectify the defect and record in “A” column (Action Taken) then break page and remove pink
copy.

White and Green copy shall be removed when:


1) Remove at Base only at the end of the day flights or at crew change.
2) Send White copy to Technical Records.
3) Send Green copy to Technical Services.

Yellow copy shall be retained in the folder until MR2 book is consumed and replaced.

NOTE: Airworthiness Defect cannot be allowed to record in Cabin Condition Log. If there is any
Airworthiness Defect in Cabin Condition Log, the defect must be transfer to Technical Log (MR1).
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REMOVAL/ DISTRIBUTION
EXAMPLE: TECHNICAL LOG
VKA(MR1)
A320 ABC ABC 123 01/06/16 1 1

VZ1234 BKK SGN 31/05/16 2359 0015 01/06/16 0145 0150 1


VZ5678 SGN BKK 01/06/16 0230 0245 01/06/16 0355 0410 1
VZ9012 BKK HAN 01/06/16 0500 0513 01/06/16 0620 0635 1
VZ9013 HAN BKK 01/06/16 0700 0711 01/06/16 0834 0845 1

NIL NIL NOTED


DEF
TVJ E99

01/06/16

Remove pink copy: Every crew change


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REMOVAL/ DISTRIBUTION
EXAMPLE: TECHNICAL LOG
VKA(MR1)
A320 GHI GHI 345 31/05/16 1 1

VZ5634 BKK HKT 31/06/16 0500 0505 31/06/16 0610 0637 1

NIL NIL NOTED


DEF
TVJ E99

01/06/16

Remove pink copy: End of the days flight


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REMOVAL/ DISTRIBUTION
EXAMPLE: TECHNICAL LOG
VKA(MR1)
A320 ABC ABC 123 01/06/16 1 1

VZ1234 BKK SGN 31/05/16 2359 0015 01/06/16 0145 0150 1


VZ5678 SGN BKK 01/06/16 0230 0245 01/06/16 0355 0410 1

B000123 33 33-40-10A D 29/09/16

LH wing Strobe inoperative Transfer defect to MR2


DEF
TVJ E99

01/06/16

Remove pink copy: Whenever a as entry is made in ‘D’ and/ or ‘A’ columns
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REMOVAL/ DISTRIBUTION
DEFERRED DEFECT LOG (MR2) PAGES

Pink copy shall be removed when:


1) Remove when deferred defect is cleared only.
2) Remove at Base only.

Yellow copy shall be retained in folder until MR2 book is consumed and replaced.
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REMOVAL/ DISTRIBUTION
EXAMPLE: DEFERRED DEFECT LOG (MR2)

A000001 A000002
05/01/17 VENT BLOWER FAN INOPERATIVE 06/01/17
VKC BKK
33-40-10A
D 15/01/17
ABC
ABC
DEF
TVJ
DEF E98
TVJ
E99

Remove white copy: When deferred defect is cleared.


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REMOVAL/ DISTRIBUTION
TRANSIT CHECK & FUEL RECORD LOG

• Transit Check & Fuel Record has 4 row in 1 page (A,B,C and D). Certifying Staffs shall record
and certify the Transit Check & Fuel Record consequently from A to D (from bottom to top).

• The pink copy must be kept in the station.

• At all Stations, the pink copy must be handed to CRS/ Engineering if present.

• The white copy must return to BKK only.

• At Base, it is handed to Engineering ONLY or TVJ LAE shall collect.


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REMOVAL/ DISTRIBUTION
EXAMPLE: TRANSIT CHECK & FUEL RECORD LOG

TOP (D)
4
CERTIFICATE OF RELEASE
TO SERVICE STATEMENT

START REMOVE
1 FROM BOTTOM (A)
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DAILY CHECK
DAILY CHECK

Daily Check Inspection must be performed IAW Daily Check Sheet (Form QDF-202T).

Certification of Daily Check Inspection must done in Daily Check Certification Sheet
(Form QDF-202AT)
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EXAMPLE: DAILY CHECK SHEET


DAILY CHECK
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DAILY CHECK
EXAMPLE: DAILY CHECK CERTIFICATION SHEET
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WEEKLY CHECK
WEEKLY CHECK

Weekly Check Inspection must be performed IAW Daily Check Sheet (Form QDF-203T).

After carryout Weekly Check Inspection, LAE must record due date in Weekly Check
Schedule (Form TVJ-ENG-F-200)
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WEEKLY CHECK
EXAMPLE: WEEKLY CHECK SHEET
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WEEKLY CHECK
EXAMPLE: WEEKLY CHECK SCHEDULE
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USAGE INSTRUCTIONS
TECHNICAL LOG (MR1)

MR1 PAGE: Enter - Oil uplift (write “nil” or “0” if no uplift)


Note: A.H. (AUTHORIZATION HOLDER) BLOCK = LAE who perform fluid uplift.

In D1/ D2/ D3 columns (DEFECT TASK DESCRIPTION):


Enter - defect if found by LAE/ Approval holder and enter MR2
number if the defect transferred from MR2)

In A1/ A2/ A3 columns (ACTION TAKEN):


Enter - action taken and ATA number OR write “NIL NOTED” if no defects.
If the defect is deferred then enter MR2 number, MEL number,
MEL expiry Date and MEL category.

Enter - part numbers, serial numbers and batch numbers if parts/ materials
used or replaced.

Sign write approval number and dates and stamp the certification column.
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TECHNICAL LOG (MR1)


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TECHNICAL LOG (MR1)


Ref. No. Items Description
1 AIRCRAFT TYPE The Aircraft type (e.g. A320 ... etc)
2 REGISTRATION Aircraft three letter code Registration number
3 CAPT’S NAME Captain’s name (Commander to complete)
4 CAPT’S SIGN Captain’s signature (Commander to complete)
5 LIC NO. Captain’s license number (Commander to complete)
6 DATE (LOCAL) The date of departure flight (DD/MM/YY format)
7 MR (PAGE) Number of Page(s) if more than 1 page
8 A 000001 Log number (Pre-printed)
9 FLIGHT DETAILS:
FLIGHT NUMBER Flight number of the leg
SECTOR:
FROM Airport of origin (3 letter IATA code)
TO Airport of destination (3 letter IATA code)
DEPARTURE:
DATE The date of departure flight (DD/MM/YY format)
OFF CHOCK Chocks OFF time in UTC (hours and minutes)
TAKE OFF Take-off time in UTC (hours and minutes)
ARRIVAL:
DATE The date of arrival flight (DD/MM/YY format)
LANDING Landing time in UTC (hours and minutes)
ON CHOCK Chocks ON time in UTC (hours and minutes)
ADD LDG: Additional Landings (if any applicable)
F/S Number(s) of Full Stop Landing
T/G Number(s) of Touch and Go
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TECHNICAL LOG (MR1)


Ref. No. Items Description
10 OIL UPLIFT Enter the oil quantity uplift and the indicated quantity on
ECAM for ENG 1, 2, 3, 4, APU, HYDRAULIC and IDG (as applicable)
A.H. (AUTHORIZATION HOLDER) BLOCK = LAE who perform fluid uplift.
11 FROM MR2 NO. Defect number transferred from MR2
12 DEFECTS Enter the defect giving precise information.
FLIGHT/ GROUND If more space is required, continue into the next defect area and give the same
REPORT number as the item where the entry started.
Each defect must be entered into a separate item area.
Grouping of several related defects on one item is not allowed.
Note: In Defect Task Description must tick raised by
- Ground Crew the meaning is LAE
- Flight Crew the meaning is PIC
13 TRANSFERRED Defects number transferred to MR2
TO MR2 NO.
14 ATA ATA number
MEL NO. MEL number
MEL CAT MEL category
MEL EXP DATE. MEL expiry date
15 ACTION TAKEN Enter the action taken against reported defect and fill in
BY LIC/A.H. the details associated with the blocks.
If there are no defects, then “NIL” entry must be made.
16 ITEM Enter the details of the replaced components in the
relevant blocks
17 CERTIFIED BY
LIC/A.H. SIGN Licensed/ Approved Holder sign

DATE The date of certified (DD/MM/YY format)


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TECHNICAL LOG (MR1)


EXAMPLE: DAILY CHECK ADD QTY OF TOPUP FLUID IF REQUIRE

VKC
A320-214 ABCD ABCD 1234 10/05/18 1 1

VZ112 BKK CNX 10/05/18 06.20 06.32 10/05/18 07.36 07.40 1


VZ113 CNX BKK 10/05/18 08.10 08.19 10/05/18 09.26 09.35 1 2.0 2.0 NIL NIL NIL NIL DEF ABC
TVJ E99 TVJ E98

NIL NIL NOTED


WRITE “NIL NOTED” IF NO DEFECT DEF
TVJ E99

10/05/18

REQUIRE PERFORM DAILY CHECK INSPECTION DAILY CHECK CARRIED OUT AS PER QDF202 AT
APU HOURS = 5519 DEF
CYCLES = 6810
TVJ E99

10/05/18
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TECHNICAL LOG (MR1)


EXAMPLE: WEEKLY CHECK ADD QTY OF TOPUP FLUID IF REQUIRE

VKC
A320-214 ABCD ABCD 1234 10/05/18 1 1

VZ112 BKK CNX 10/05/18 06.20 06.32 10/05/18 07.36 07.40 1


VZ113 CNX BKK 10/05/18 08.10 08.19 10/05/18 09.26 09.35 1 2.0 2.0 NIL NIL NIL NIL DEF ABC
TVJ E99 TVJ E98

NIL NIL NOTED


WRITE “NIL NOTED” IF NO DEFECT DEF
TVJ E99

10/05/18

REFER WORK ORDER NO.XXXXXX PERFORMED WEEKLY CHECK FOUND SATISFY AS PER QDF203 AT
REQUIRE PERFORM WEEKLY CHECK INSP. DEF
TVJ E99
PCMCIA CARD XXXXXXX A B XXXX XX
10/05/18

REQUIRE PERFORM DAILY CHECK INSPECTION DAILY CHECK CARRIED OUT AS PER QDF202 AT
APU HOURS = 5519
CYCLES = 6810 DEF
TVJ E99

10/05/18
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ENGINEER RECORD QUANTITY OF


TECHNICAL LOG (MR1) OIL/HYDRAULIC UPLIFT THEN SIGN
AND STAMP
EXAMPLE: SERVICE OIL WITH SINGLE LAE
VKC
A320-214 ABCD ABCD 1234 10/05/18 1 1

VZ112 BKK CNX 10/05/18 06.20 06.32 10/05/18 07.36 07.40 1


VZ113 CNX BKK 10/05/18 08.10 08.19 10/05/18 09.26 09.35 1 2.0 2.0 NIL NIL NIL NIL DEF
TVJ E99

REQ. RE-INSPECTION OF ALL ENGINE OIL PERFORM RE-INSPECTION OF ALL ENGINE OIL FILLER CAPS
FILLER CAPS ARE CARRIED OUT DEF
TVJ E99

10/05/18
LAE WHO PERFORM OIL UPLIFT MUST
BE THE SAME LAE WHO CERTIFY MR1
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TECHNICAL LOG (MR1)


EXAMPLE: PART REPLACEMENT
VKC
A320-214 - - - 10/05/18 1 1

MAINTENANCE DATA AND ITS


----------SGN MAINT --------- REVISION MUST BE RECORDED

REPLACE MLG WHEEL ASSY NO#1 IAW AMM 32-41-11 PB 401 REV.17 DATE 01 FEB 18
FOUND MLG TIRE NO#1 WORNOUT AND OPERATION TEST BRAKE FAN FOUND SATISFIED
TORQUE WRENCH P/N QD4R400 S/N 0514600610 EXP 27 NOV 18 DEF
ANY CALIBRATION TOOLS
TVJ E99
USED IN MAINTENANCE
MLG WHEEL ASSY C20195162 502961533 4157514188 145948 2649NM
TASKS, MUST BE RECORDED
TAB WASHER (1 EA) 4611345003 N/A N/A RD45502 2649NM 10/05/18
P/N, S/N AND EXPIRY DATE

REFER ITEM D1 CONTINUE FROM ITEM A1

ANY CONSUMABLE PARTS


REPLACED IN MAINTENANCE
PIN (1 EA) MS24665-B4 N/A N/A RD38111 2649NM
TASK MUST BE RECORDED NUT (1 EA) MS17825-4 N/A N/A RD44215 2649NM

IN CASE THAT REQUIRED PART OR CONTINUE FROM ITEM A1


COMPONENT IS TOO MUCH, LAE REPLACE PIN (1 EA) P/N MS24665-B4, B/N RD38111, POSITION 2649NM
REPLACE NUT (1 EA) P/N MS17824-4, B/N RD44215, POSITION 2649NM
CAN WRITE IN ACTION TAKEN
DESCRIPTION
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TECHNICAL LOG (MR1)


EXAMPLE: NO DEFECT AND TOP UP ENG OIL WITH 2 LAEs WRITE “NIL” OR “0” IF NO FLUID UPLIFT

VKC
A320-214 ABCD ABCD 1234 10/05/18 1 1

VZ112 BKK CNX 10/05/18 06.20 06.32 10/05/18 07.36 07.40 1


VZ113 CNX BKK 10/05/18 08.10 08.19 10/05/18 09.26 09.35 1 2.0 2.0 NIL NIL NIL NIL DEF ABC
TVJ E99 TVJ E98

NIL NIL NOTED


WRITE “NIL NOTED” IF NO DEFECT DEF
TVJ E99

10/05/18

DAILY CHECK DUE DAILY CHECK CARRIED OUT AS PER QDF202 AT


APU HOURS = 5519
DEF
CYCLES = 6810
TVJ E99

10/05/18
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DEFERRED DEFECT LOG (MR2)


DEFERRED DEFECT LOG (MR2)
When deferring defect

enter in LH column : MR1 number, date, A/C reg. and MEL number , Category, Expire date,
tick Circle yes or no for NTC raised. Name, signature and approval

number.

enter in defect transfer column : defect description exactly as per MR1

enter in parts required column : part numbers and description if known.

enter in defect information column : applicable information.

When clearing defect

enter in RH column : MR1 number date and station, Signature and approval stamp, Transfer

the defect to MR1 page for rectification, During hanger checks, transfer

defects to NRC (or IRC).

NOTE: Deferred Defect Log (MR2) is used for both Airworthiness Deferred Defect and Non-Airworthiness
Deferred Defect
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DEFERRED DEFECT LOG (MR2)


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4
2

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DEFERRED DEFECT LOG (MR2)

ITEM DESCRIPTION

1 ORIGIN OF DEFECT
2 DESCRIPTION OF DEFECT
3 LOG NUMBER
4 DESCRIPTION ON DEFER FOR RECTIFICATION IN MR 1
5 DESCRIPTION ON DEFECT / SPARES UNDER MONITORING
6 DATE
7 MR 1 NUMBER
8 DETAILS ON DEFECTS/SPARES REQUIRE MONITORING
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DEFERRED DEFECT
EXAMPLE: IN CASE DEFERRED DEFECT- MR1
VKC
A320-214 05/01/17 1 1

MR2 PAGE ATA CHAPTER MEL OR CDL NO. MEL CATEGORY

B000001 21 21-26-01B C 15/01/17

VENT BLOWER FAN INOPERATIVE TRANSFER DEFECT TO MR2


MEL OR CDL MEL/CDL EXPIRY DATE
DEF
TVJ E99
DEFECT ENTRY

05/01/17

CERTIFYING STAFF WHO SIGN TO


DEFER THE DEFECT MUST BE THE
SAME PERSON THAT SIGN IN MR2
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DEFERRED DEFECT
EXAMPLE: IN CASE DEFERRED DEFECT- MR2

A000001
05/01/17 VENT BLOWER FAN INOPERATIVE
VKC
IF NTC IS RAISED, MUST CIRCLE “YES”.
33-40-10A

D 15/01/17
CERTIFYING STAFF WHO SIGN
TO DEFER THE DEFECT MUST WHEN THE DEFECT IS CLEARED,
BE THE SAME PERSON THAT MUST CANCEL THE NTC BY
DEF CIRCLE “NO” (OR “YES” IF NTC IS
SIGN IN MR1
DEF STILL OPENED)
TVJ
E99

Entry this area if require defect monitoring,


spare part request or further action is required
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LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECTS

When Deferred Defect is raised, Certifying Staffs shall record the detail of Deferred Defect in List
of Deferred Defect onboard.

When Deferred Defect is cleared, Certifying Staffs must draw a diagonal line across the item and
write name/ status/ date in the right hand column.
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LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECTS

LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECTS FORM IS PRINTED WITH BLUE PAPER


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LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECTS


EXAMPLE: IN CASE DEFERRED DEFECT- MR2

DEF
VENT BLOWER FAN
B000001 INOPERATIVE C TVJ E99 15/01/17
05/01/17
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DEFERRED DEFECT
EXAMPLE: CLOSE DEFERRED DEFECT - MR1
VKC A 000002
A320-214 06/01/17 1 1

MR2 PAGE ------ SGN MAINT ------

B000001

VENT BLOWER FAN INOPERATIVE REPLACED BLOWER FAN AS PER AMM 21-26-51 (REV 17, DATE 01 NOV 2016) FOUND SATISFY
TORQUE WRENCH P/N QD1R50, S/N 0813500879, EXPIRY DATE 21 AUG 2017 ABC
TVJ E98
DEFECT ENTRY FAN AVIONICS EVT3454HC 16490553 164904147 RD1007 20HQ
O-RING NSA8203-264 N/A N/A RD28354 20HQ 06/01/17
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DEFERRED DEFECT (MR2)


EXAMPLE: CLOSE DEFERRED DEFECT - MR2

A000001 A000002
05/01/17 VENT BLOWER FAN INOPERATIVE 06/01/17
VKC BKK
33-40-10A
D 15/01/17
ABC
CERTIFYING STAFF WHO SIGN TO
ABC
DEF CLEAR DEFERRED DEFECT MUST BE
TVJ
DEF
THE SAME PERSON THAT SIGN IN MR1 E98
TVJ
E99
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DEFERRED DEFECT (MR2)


EXAMPLE: CLOSE DEFERRED DEFECT – LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECTS

DEF ABC
B000001 VENT BLOWER FAN INOPERATIVE C TVJ E99 15/01/17 TVJ E98
05/01/17 06/01/17
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NOTICE TO CREW (NTC)


• Raise NTC only when very essential and requires pilots or engineers attention for
safety and airworthiness concern.

• Please tick whichever is applicable.

• All NTC must carry deletion date or instruction when the NTC is to be cancelled.

• When cancel the NTC, must draw a diagonal line across the notice and write
name/ status/ date in the right hand column.
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NOTICE TO CREW (NTC)

NTC FORM IS PRINTED WITH YELLOW PAPER


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NOTICE TO CREW (NTC)

WHEN NTC IS CANCELLED, MUST DRAW


A DIAGONAL LINE ACROSS THE NOTICE WHEN CANCEL NTC, WRITE NAME/
STATUS/ DATE IN THIS COLUMN
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NOTICE TO CREW (NTC)


EXAMPLE: DEFERRED DEFECT THAT REQUIRE NTC RAISED - MR1

VKC
A320-214 05/01/17 1 1

B000001 34 34-30-04A C 15/01/17

NAV: ILS 2 FAULT TRANSFER DEFECT TO MR2


AIRCRAFT IS DOWNGRADED TO CAT 1 OPERATION DEF
TVJ E99

05/01/17

CERTIFYING STAFF WHO SIGN TO DEFER THE DEFECT AND


RAISE NTC MUST BE THE SAME PERSON THAT SIGN IN MR1,
MR2, LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECT AND NTC.
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NOTICE TO CREW (NTC)


EXAMPLE: DEFERRED DEFECT THAT REQUIRE NTC RAISED - MR2

A000001
05/01/17 NAV: ILS 2 FAULT
VKC AIRCRAFT IS DOWNGRADED TO CAT 1 OPERATION
33-40-10A
C 15/01/17

DEF CERTIFYING STAFF WHO SIGN TO DEFER THE DEFECT AND


RAISE NTC MUST BE THE SAME PERSON THAT SIGN IN MR1,
DEF
MR2, LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECT AND NTC.
TVJ
E99
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LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECTS


EXAMPLE: RAISE DEFERRED DEFECT – LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECTS

DEF
B000001 NAV: ILS 2 FAULT C TVJ E99 15/01/17
05/01/17

CERTIFYING STAFF WHO SIGN TO DEFER THE DEFECT AND


RAISE NTC MUST BE THE SAME PERSON THAT SIGN IN MR1,
MR2, LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECT AND NTC.
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NOTICE TO CREW (NTC)


EXAMPLE: DEFERRED DEFECT THAT REQUIRE NTC RAISED - NTC

AIRCRAFT IS DOWNGRADED TO CAT 1 OPERATION DEF


1 / / DUE TO NAV: ILS 2 FALUT DATE 05/01/17
MEL 34-30-04A CAT “C” EXPIRY DATE 15/01/17 A.H. NO.TVJ E99

CERTIFYING STAFF WHO SIGN TO DEFER THE DEFECT AND


RAISE NTC MUST BE THE SAME PERSON THAT SIGN IN MR1,
MR2, LIST OF DEFERRED DEFECT AND NTC.
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TRANSIT CHECK & FUEL LOG


TRANSIT CHECK SHEET FORM No. QDF-201T must be used as reference document to perform
transit check. And this sheet is kept into the aircraft certification binder in the cockpit.

Certification in the TRANSIT CHECK & FUEL RECORD done by:


a. Licensed Aircraft Engineer (or)
b. Pilot (Approved Pilot Transit Check)

TRANSIT CHECK & FUEL RECORD (Form QDF-102) must complete to release the aircraft to
service before each transit. Transit Check & Fuel Record release statement is at the bottom of
each row. The aircraft cannot be released to dispatch unless Certificate of Release to Service has
been issued.

Each wing tank can contain ≈ 6000 Kg of fuel and the center tank can contain ≈ 6000 Kg of fuel.

The bowser will uplift in LITRES. The figure in LITRES is multiplied with the SG value to get the
fuel uplift in KGs

Note: The SG can change from day to day & station to station. Please ensure the fuel supplier
gives you the SG figure for correct fuel uplift.
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TRANSIT CHECK & FUEL RECORD

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10 11
12 13 14 15 20
16
17 18
19

ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION


1 AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION NUMBER 11 TOTAL FUEL REMAINING BEFORE UPLIFT
2 AIRCRAFT TYPE 12 FUEL BOWSER NAME (PROVIDER NAME)
3 DATE (LOCAL) (DD/MM/YY) 13 TOTAL FUEL UPLIFT IN LITRES FROM BOWSER
4 STATION (IATA CODE) 14 SPECIFIC GRAVITY FROM BOWSER
5 FLIGHT NUMBER 15 13 x 14; TOTAL FUEL UPLIFT in KGS
6 AIRCRAFT TAKE-OFF WEIGHT 16 11 + 15; TOTAL FUEL ONBOARD (UPLIFT + REMAINING)
7 MINIMUM SECTOR FUEL 17 FUEL ONBOARD IN EACH TANK AFTER UPLIFT (FROM INDICATOR)
8 QUANTITY OF OIL UPLIFT FOR EACH ENGINE (QTZ) DURING 18 TOTAL FUEL ONBOARD (FROM INDICATOR)
TRANSIT. IF NO OIL UPLIFT, MUST ENTRY “0” OR “NIL”
9 SPECIFIC GRAVITY FROM BOWSER 19 16 - 18; DISCREPENCY BETWEEN FUEL QUANTITY FROM CALCUATION
AND GROM INDICATOR (MUST CLARIFY + or -)
10 FUEL QUANTITY REMAINING IN EACH TANK 20 SIGNATURE AND STAMP OF CERTIFYING STAFFS WHO
RELEASE/REFUEL THE AIRCRAFT
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TRANSIT CHECK & FUEL RECORD

EXAMPLE

VKC A320 10/05/18 BKK VZ115 63206 9083 NIL NIL


0.787

1900 0 1780 3680


BAFS 15609 0.787 12284 SIGNATURE & STAMP
15964
6260 3410 6280 15950

180453281 + 14

PUT FUEL RECEIPT NUMBER CIRCLE UPLIFT OR DEFUEL CIRCLE CAPTAIN OR CRS WHO SIGN
IN THIS AREA DUE TO RELEASE TO SERVICE
THERE ARE NO SPACE TO
PUT
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TRANSIT CHECK & FUEL RECORD

EXAMPLE: THE TRANSIT THAT REQUIRE REFUELING


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TRANSIT CHECK & FUEL RECORD

EXAMPLE: THE TRANSIT THAT DO NOT REQUIRE REFUELING


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TRANSIT CHECK & FUEL RECORD


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CRITICAL TASK

The purpose of this procedure is to avoid making similar mistakes on both (or all) units of a
system and, thus, jeopardizing the system and its back up or redundant units. Performing
maintenance in the same manner on both (or all) unit is requirement, but if the maintenance on
the first is performed incorrectly - for whatever reason - any error would be repeated on the next
unit. Critical task is implemented in order to avoid duplicate maintenance actions and prevent
the same error (s) from being repeated on subsequent unit.

Identical maintenance is defined as the same task (repair, replacement, disassembly,


reassembly, post installation inspection) being performed on more than one similar
system during a single line maintenance activity on the same aircraft.

A single person cannot perform any identical maintenance work on the similar
critical system tasks involving some element of disassembly.
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CRITICAL TASK (Con’t)

If identical actions do occur or cannot be avoided, apply one of the following to avoid
human factor errors.

1) Do identical maintenance at different maintenance visit.


2) Critical Tasks items must be carried out by two different Approval Holders (AH). It is
the responsibility of the LAE or AH in charge of the aircraft to ensure the second LAE
or AH makes an entry in the MR1 after completion of the task.

Engine driven components are considered critical maintenance task. The replacement of
such components in any combination, on more than one engine, is generally regarded as
an identical maintenance action.

1) Replacement of multiple IDG, EDP on one or multiple engines.


2) For example, re-install engine gearbox access covers or engine oil filler caps or
master chip detectors on all engines of a multi-engines aircraft resulting in major oil
loss from all engines.
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CRITICAL TASK (Con’t)

At all stations except BKK, when only one person is available to carry out the same tasks then an
additional re-inspection of the work must be carried out by the same person after completion of
all the tasks. An entry is required in the MR1 to indicate such an inspection has been carried out.

EXAMPLE: In the case of removal and re-fitment of Engine oil filler caps, re-inspection of all
engine oil filler caps shall be carried out after the last oil filler cap has supposedly been refitted

The Technical log page shall reflect the certification of the following statement:
“RE-INSPECTION OF ALL ENGINE OIL FILLER CAPS ARE CARRIED OUT”

Note: see example in next slide


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ENGINEER RECORD QUANTITY OF


TECHNICAL LOG (MR1) OIL/HYDRAULIC UPLIFT THEN SIGN
AND STAMP
EXAMPLE: SERVICE OIL WITH SINGLE LAE (CRITICAL TASK)
VKC
A320-214 ABCD ABCD 1234 10/05/18 1 1

VZ112 BKK CNX 10/05/18 06.20 06.32 10/05/18 07.36 07.40 1


VZ113 CNX BKK 10/05/18 08.10 08.19 10/05/18 09.26 09.35 1 2.0 2.0 NIL NIL NIL NIL DEF
TVJ E99

REQ. RE-INSPECTION OF ALL ENGINE OIL PERFORM RE-INSPECTION OF ALL ENGINE OIL FILLER CAPS
FILLER CAPS ARE CARRIED OUT DEF
TVJ E99

10/05/18
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DUPLICATE INSPECTION

Control systems which are vital to the safety of aircraft are designed to a high level of integrity,
but are also reliant on specific maintenance actions to safeguard that integrity throughout the life
of the aircraft. For this reason, duplicate inspections are required, following initial assembly or
disturbance of such systems, to prevent the possibility of assembly of a single feature leading to
catastrophe.

Control System - A system by which the flight path, attitude or propulsive force of an aircraft is
changed, including the flight, engine and associated operating mechanism.

The following maintenance tasks should primarily be reviewed for their criticality and need
duplicate inspection:
1. Installation, rigging and adjustments of flight controls.
2. Installation of aircraft engines
3. Overhaul, calibration or rigging of components such as engines and gearboxes.
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DUPLICATE INSPECTION (Con’t)

Persons certifying each part of a duplicate inspection must be satisfied that:

1. The extent of the inspection adequately covers the degree of system disturbance and;

2. All other Work Order, Task Cards related to the system have been certified.

The essence of the requirement is that one inspection is to be completed and immediately
followed by a second, totally independent one. The person completing the second inspection
must neither assume nor presume that a particular action has been completed by the person
making the first inspection.
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EXAMPLE: DUPLICATED TASK
VKA
A320 ABC ABC 123 01/06/16 1 1

VZ1234 BKK SGN 31/05/16 2359 0015 01/06/16 0145 0150 1


VZ5678 SGN BKK 01/06/16 0230 0245 01/06/16 0355 0410 1
VZ9012 BKK HAN 01/06/16 0500 0513 01/06/16 0620 0635 1
VZ9013 HAN BKK 01/06/16 0700 0711 01/06/16 0834 0845 1

During walk around check found Slat Slat no.5 RH inspection I.A.W. SRM 57-46-21-300-001 (Rev Nov 01,2017)
no.5 RH dent damage at wing RIB found dent dimensions width 2 inch, length 6 inch, deep 0.5 inch and found
station between STA12870/RIB 24 and crack length 1 inch DEF
STA13464/RIB25 TVJ E99

01/06/16

Continued item D1 Replaced Slat no. 5 RH XXXXXXX I.A.W. AMM XXXXXXXXX (Rev.XXXXX)
First inspection Carried out. DEF
TVJ E99
First inspection was performed by LAE E01
Slat XXXXXX A B XXXXXX XXX
01/06/16

Duplicate inspection require for item D1 Second inspection carried out for slat installation I.A.W. XXXXXXXXXX (Rev.XXXX)
Slat replacement ABC
TVJ E98
second inspection was performed by LAE

01/06/16
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE FOR SPECIAL OPERATION

RVSM MAINTENACE

Preflight Action
• Review the maintenance entries and related Deferred Defect Log (MR2), NTC forms to
ascertain the condition of equipment required for flight in the RVSM airspace. Ensure that
maintenance actions have been taken to correct defects to required equipment.

• Checks of skin waviness in the area of the static probes shall be accomplished following any
painting, repairs, or alterations, which may affect the surface airflow in these areas.

• Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) testing is not an acceptable basis for system calibrations
(unless it is shown to be acceptable by the manufacturer with the CAAT agreement) and
should only be used for fault isolation and troubleshooting purposes.

• A leak check should be accomplished anytime a quick disconnect static line is broken
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE FOR SPECIAL OPERATION

RVSM MAINTENACE (Con’t)

MEL Application (Refer MEL MI-00-06, FCOM/PRO-SPO-50)

When permitted to release the aircraft to service with the defect deferred for Non RVSM
operation, the Certifying Staff must do the following:
• Add the phrase “RVSM operations are not permitted” in the ACTION TAKEN column of
Technical Log (MR1) after statement about defect rectification.
• Raise a Deferred Defect, add the phrase “RVSM operations are not permitted” and circle YES
in the “NTC RAISED” box in Deferred Defect Log (MR2).
• Add the phrase “Aircraft is NOT approved for RVSM operations due to.... (reason and
details for non-RVSM)” in NTC as per normal procedure.
• Inform aircraft status to OMC and brief Flight Crew of any possible performance limitations.

When the defects related to RVSM operations is cleared, certifying staff will notify flight crew by
writing a note “AIRCRAFT RETURN to RVSM” in Technical Log (MR1). Certifying staff shall also
advise OMC the status of the aircraft.
Note: When occurrence of height-keeping errors occur, Shall be submit to CAAT within 72
hours.
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE FOR SPECIAL OPERATION

MAINTENANCE OF PBN (RNAV AND RNP) EQUIPMENT


PBN/RNP Continuing Airworthiness
The equipment for PBN is maintained in accordance with the Maintenance Program.
NAV data base shall be updated every 28 days by Line Maintenance Division. Maintenance
Planner shall monitor and issue task card in advance.
Note: After carry out NAV Data base upload task, LAE must record the due date in
FMS NAVIGATION DATABASE UPLOAD SCHEDULE (TVJ-ENG-F-110)
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE FOR SPECIAL OPERATION


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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE FOR SPECIAL OPERATION

MAINTENANCE OF PBN (RNAV AND RNP) EQUIPMENT (Con’t)


MEL Application (Refer MEL MI-00-05, FCOM/PRO-SPO-51)

Downgrade of PBN
When PBN (RNAV and RNP) Navigation System defect that cannot be carried out before aircraft
dispatch, the Certifying Staff shall perform as the following procedure:
• Add the phrase “Aircraft is NOT approved for RNP…. operations” in the ACTION TAKEN
column of Technical Log (MR1) after statement about defect rectification.
• Raise a Deferred Defect, add the phrase “Aircraft is NOT approved for RNP…. operations”
and circle YES in the “NTC RAISED” box in Deferred Defect Log (MR2).
• Add the phrase “Aircraft is NOT approved for RNP…. operations due to” in NTC as per
normal procedure.
• Inform aircraft status to OMC and brief Flight Crew of any possible performance limitations.
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE FOR SPECIAL OPERATION

MAINTENANCE OF PBN (RNAV AND RNP) EQUIPMENT (Con’t)


MEL Application (Refer MEL MI-00-05, FCOM/PRO-SPO-51)

Upgrade of PBN
When PBN (RNAV and RNP) related defect has been carried out and the aircraft can be verified to
return PBN operations for the next flight, Certifying Staff shall perform as the following
procedure:
• CRS should clear the MEL defect and make a clear statement " Aircraft is returned to RNP….
operations "in Technical Log (MR1) to inform Flight Crew or Maintenance Personnel.
• Clear related NTC and Deferred Defect Log (MR2).
• CRS should immediately inform OMC of MEL rectification and RNP status.
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE FOR SPECIAL OPERATION

MAINTENANCE OF PBN (RNAV AND RNP) EQUIPMENT (Con’t)


Reporting to CAAT
Operator shall report to CAAT of significant incidents in case of the following:
a) Navigation errors not associated with transitions from an inertial navigation mode to a radio
navigation mode.
b) Unexpected deviations in lateral or vertical flight path attributed to incorrect navigation data.
c) Significant misleading information without failure warning.
d) Total loss or multiple failures of the PBN navigation equipment or problems with ground
navigation facilities leading to significant navigation error.

In case of navigation errors, operator shall:


a) Take immediately take action to rectify any condition that has led to navigation error.
b) Report to CAAT include an initial analysis of the casual factors and the measures being
taken to prevent a recurrence within 72 hours

Navigation errors exceeding the following limits are reportable:


a) A lateral navigational error of at least 2 NM for RNP 2.
b) A longitudinal navigational error of at least 2 NM for RNP 2.
c) A navigation system failure. A navigation system failure is defined as meaning that the aircraft
cannot meet the required performance for the current route.
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TECHNICAL OCCURRENCE REPORT


TECHNICAL OCCURRENCE REPORTS

In case of any Technical Occurrence, duty engineer shall submit Technical Occurrence Report
(form QDF036V) (include other necessary document such as Delay Report, MR1, MR2 and etc.) to
QA Division and Engineering Department.

VZ QA Division e-mail: vz.qa@vietjetair.com


VZ Engineering e-mail: vz.eng@vietjetair.com
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TECHNICAL OCCURRENCE REPORT


EXAMPLE: TOR (BLANK FORM)

5
6

7
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TECHNICAL OCCURRENCE REPORT

ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 TYPE OF REPORT (MAY BE SELECTED MORE THAN 1)
2 INFORMATION OF FLIGHT AND OCCURRENCE
3 DETAIL OF OCCURRENCE
4 ACTION TAKEN FOR THE OCCURRENCE
5 MAINTENANCE DATA OR OTHER REFERENCE DOCUMENT
6 DETAIL OF THE COMPONENT THAT CAUSE OF THE OCCURRENCE
7 DETAIL OF THE REPORTER
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TECHNICAL OCCURRENCE REPORT


EXAMPLE
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TECHNICAL DELAY REPORT


TECHNICAL DELAY REPORT

In case that aircraft has been delayed more than 15 minutes, Technical Delay Report shall be
submitted (form QDF036V) (include other necessary document such as Delay Report, MR1, MR2
and etc.) to QA Division and Engineering Department.

VZ QA Division e-mail: vz.qa@vietjetair.com


VZ Engineering e-mail: vz.eng@vietjetair.com
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TECHNICAL DELAY REPORT

2
3

4
DELAY REPORT SHALL BE SUBMIT
WHEN THE AIRCRAFT HAS
5 TECHNICAL DELAY MORE THAN
15 MINUTES

6
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TECHNICAL DELAY REPORT

ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 DETAIL OF THE FLIGHT
2 DELAY CODE
3 ECAM WARNING OR FAULT MESSAGE
4 DETAIL OF THE DEFECT
5 ACTION TAKEN TO CARRY OUT THE TECHNICAL DELAY
6 DATE OF REPORT AND REPORTER NAME
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SDR (SERVICE DIFFICULTY REPORT)


SERVICE DIFFICULTY REPORT

In case of SDR occur, operator shall submit Service Difficulty Report (form DOA-AW-015) to CAAT
within 09.00 am. of the following day. In case of the following day is weekend or Public Holiday,
the SDR must be submitted to CAAT on the next office day.

E-mail to submit the SDR: airworthiness@caat.or.th and flightreport@caat.or.th

The occurrence that considered to be SDR is as the following:

Aircraft Structure:
1. Major aircraft structural damage that requires major repair or deteriorate beyond
manufacturer determination.
2. Cracks, permanent deformation, or corrosion of aircraft structure, if more than the maximum
acceptable to the manufacturer or the Authority.
3. Loss of any external part from the aircraft and cause aircraft emergency landing.
4. Any abnormal vibration or buffeting caused by a structural or system malfunction, defect, or
failure.
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SDR (SERVICE DIFFICULTY REPORT)


DEFECT REPORTS AND OCCURRENCE REPORTS (Continue)

Power Plant:
1. Fire during flight whether the related fire warning system properly operated.
2. An engine exhausts system that causes damage during flight to the engine, adjacent
structure, equipment, or components.
3. Engine shutdown during flight because of flameout.
4. Engine shutdown during flight when external damage to the engine or aircraft structure
occurs.
5. Engine shutdown during flight due to foreign object ingestion or icing.
6. Engines shutdown during flight more than one engine.
7. Loss of thrust sufficient to prevent maintain level flight at a safe altitude.
8. Unselected thrust reversal.
9. The number of engines removed prematurely because of malfunction, failure or defect, listed
by make and model and the aircraft type in which it was installed.
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SDR (SERVICE DIFFICULTY REPORT)


DEFECT REPORTS AND OCCURRENCE REPORTS (Continue)

Aircraft Systems or Equipment:


1. Fire or explosion during flight whether the related fire warning system properly operated.
2. False fire warning during flight.
3. An aircraft component that causes accumulation or circulation of smoke, vapor, or toxic or
noxious fumes in the crew compartment or passenger cabin during flight.
4. Aircraft components or systems malfunctions that result in taking emergency action during
flight (except action to shut down an engine).
5. A fuel or fuel-dumping system that affects fuel flow or causes hazardous leakage during flight.
6. Aircraft operation is in jeopardy as a result of fuel system failure or leakage.
7. Heavy fuel leakage.
8. Critically low fuel quantity.
9. Critically different fuel quantity between instrument and manual.
10. Flight control malfunction.
11. A failure or malfunction of more than one altitude, airspeed, altitude instrument or all pilot-
static instruments or all stabilized attitude indications during a given operation of the aircraft.
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SDR (SERVICE DIFFICULTY REPORT)


DEFECT REPORTS AND OCCURRENCE REPORTS (Continue)

Aircraft Systems or Equipment:


12. In-flight failure of hydraulic system that results in sustained reliance on the sole remaining
hydraulic or mechanical system for movement of the flight control surfaces.
13. In-flight failure of electrical system requiring sustained use of an emergency bus to retain
flight control or essential instrument.
14. An unintended landing gear extension or retraction, or opening or closing of landing gear
door during flight.
15. Landing gear retracts failure and or complete brake system loss during aircraft landing.
16. Complete failure of navigation or communication system or major deficiency.
17. Flight warning system error.
18. Each interruption to a flight, unscheduled change of aircraft enroute or unscheduled stop or
diversion from a route, caused by known or suspected technical difficulties or malfunctions.
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SDR (SERVICE DIFFICULTY REPORT)


EXAMPLE: SDR BLANK FORM (DOA-AW-015)
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SDR (SERVICE DIFFICULTY REPORT)


EXAMPLE: SDR
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LIST OF CONTACT
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ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT: vz.eng@vietjetair.com
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EXECUTIVE
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NAME POSITION PHONE NO. E-MAIL

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EXECUTIVE
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