Civil Aviation Safety Alert (CASA) No. 2016-05

ATTENTION:

OWNERS, OPERATORS, MAINTAINERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF AIRCRAFT AND PARTS SUPPLIERS.

Issuing Office: Operational Airworthiness, Standards Branch
File Classification No.: Z 5000-35
RDIMS No.: 11836434
Document No.: CASA 2016-05
Issue No.: 01
Effective Date: 2016-05-10

Unapproved Parts Notification Affecting Parts Manufactured, Sold or Distributed by Ameri-King Corporation

PURPOSE:

This safety alert is to advise the Canadian public of the issuance by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of an Unapproved Parts Notice that may affect Ameri-King Corp. products in Canada.

BACKGROUND:

The FAA has determined that Ameri-King Corp. manufactured, repaired, sold and distributed aircraft appliances and parts which did not conform to their approved design.

The Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) require that parts conform to their type design to be eligible for installation on aeronautical products.

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Review FAA UPN 2016-2013NM460018 through the link below and take appropriate action.

www.faa.gov/aircraft/safety/programs/sups/upn/

CONTACT OFFICE:

For more information concerning this issue, contact a Transport Canada Centre or contact Jeff Phipps, Chief Operational Airworthiness, Standards Branch in Ottawa, by e-mail at Email: jeff.phipps@tc.gc.ca.

ORIGINAL SIGNED BY

Robert Sincennes

Director
STANDARDS

THE TRANSPORT CANADA CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY ALERT (CASA) IS USED TO CONVEY IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION AND CONTAINS RECOMMENDED ACTION ITEMS. THE CASA STRIVES TO ASSIST THE AVIATION INDUSTRY'S EFFORTS TO PROVIDE A SERVICE WITH THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE DEGREE OF SAFETY. THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS OFTEN CRITICAL AND MUST BE CONVEYED TO THE APPROPRIATE OFFICE IN A TIMELY MANNER. THE CASA MAY BE CHANGED OR AMENDED SHOULD NEW INFORMATION BECOME AVAILABLE.

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