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Re: [Réel] Amazon continue de renforcer sa flotte de B 767

Quelques vues la nouvelle zone avant de B 767 à la fin du chantier de modif en cargo.

Les lettres et chiffres visibles sur les cloisons des 2 dernières photos correspondent aux positions des types de palettes.




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#27 [↑][↓]  13-12-2017 16:29:01

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Re: [Réel] Amazon continue de renforcer sa flotte de B 767

padu76 a écrit:

Ils ont entre 18 et 34 ans d'age ? (colonne de droite), ça fait beaucoup, non ?

Et pour faire écho à ce que disaient respectivement Bisinchi et Jerry150686.

Avec un bon entretien, ca dure un avion. Il faudrait plutôt voir le nombre de cycles faits par ces avions pour avoir une idée plus précise de leur vieillesse, et encore

Ca ne craint absolument pas plus qu'un avion sorti d'usine...
Ce qui compte, c'est la qualité de maintenance qui a été faite dessus.
Un avion, c'est très suivi et pour ainsi dire, continuellement renouvelé.

Voici 2 documents du programme d'entretien du 767-300:


. zone grisée où il faudra appliquer un programme supplémentaire d'inspections de la structure avion si bcp de cycles et/ou bcp d'heures de vol.


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. détail des visites (qui peuvent être regroupées) et sans compter les visites "transit" et journalières. C'est long mais il faut être précis.


A-Check

There are two different A-Check intervals specified for the 767 maintenance check manual (A-Checks and Structures A-Checks). The intervals are identified in the interval column of the Systems, Zonal, and Structural program specification numbers reports.

· There are a total of 5 each Systems and Zonal A-Checks, scheduled at intervals of 500 hours.
 A task which is identified as 1A Check must be accomplished every 500 flight hours.
 A task which is identified as 2A Check must be accomplished every 1000 flight hours.
 A task which is identified as 3A Check must be accomplished every 1500 flight hours.
 A task which is identified as 4A Check must be accomplished every 2000 flight hours.
 A task which is identified as 6A Check must be accomplished every 3000 flight hours.

· There are a total of 3 each Structures A-Checks, scheduled at intervals of 300 flight cycles. The “S” A-Check is designated with the frequency prefixed with an "S" in the FREQUENCY column of each Chapter Summary; e.g. “S1A.”
 A task which is identified as S1A must be accomplished every 300 flight cycles.
 A task which is identified as S2A must be accomplished every 600 flight cycles.
 A task which is identified as S5A must be accomplished every 1500 flight cycles


C-Check

There are two different C-Check intervals specified for the 767 maintenance check manual (C-Checks and Structures C-Checks). The intervals are identified in the interval column of the Systems, Zonal, and Structural program specification numbers reports.

· There are a total of 6 each Systems and Zonal C-Checks, scheduled at intervals of 6,000 flight hours or 18 months, whichever comes first

 1C is accomplished at 6,000 flight hours or 18 months, whichever comes first.
 2C is accomplished at 12,000 flight hours or 36 months, whichever comes first.
 3C is accomplished at 18,000 flight hours or 54 months, whichever comes first.
 4C is accomplished at 24,000 flight hours or 72 months, whichever comes first.
 6C is accomplished at 36,000 flight hours or 108 months, whichever comes first.
 8C is accomplished at 48,000 flight hours or 144 months, whichever comes first

· There are a total of 7 each Structures C-Checks, scheduled at intervals of 3,000 flight cycles or 18 months, The Structures C-Check is prefixed with an "S".

 S1C is accomplished at 3,000 flight cycles or 18 months, whichever comes first.
 S2C is accomplished at 6,000 flight cycles or 36 months, whichever comes first.
 S3C is accomplished at 9,000 flight cycles or 54 months, whichever comes first.
 S4C is accomplished at 12,000 flight cycles or 72 months, whichever comes first.
 S6C is accomplished at 18,000 flight cycles or 108 months, whichever comes first.
 S8C is accomplished at 24,000 flight cycles or 144 months, whichever comes first.
 S12C is accomplished at 36,000 flight cycles or 216 months, whichever comes first.

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