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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

FSD: Most airlines report SDRs on time


The Flight Standard Department of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) checked the service difficulty reports (SDR) of airlines for July this year and found that most airlines reported incidents on time based on existing regulations.
The spot checks were done to ensure that the airlines followed Articles 707 and 708 of CCAR Par 121 and Articles 439 and 441 of CCAR Part 135 on malfunctions, failures and defects and other requirements of AC-121-60. There were some instances, however, that airlines failed and filed late reports on incidents. Of the 204 SDRs sent by airlines in July this year, 21 SDRs were not reported and SDRs were filed late. The FSD asked airlines to report SDRs on time, accurately and completely based on the regulations. It also asked all regional administrations to enhance supervision of SDR report and investigation, ensuring timely and complete aircraft operation and maintenance information.

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