DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION     Revision: ORIGINAL

                                                           Date: 12/22/2004

                         FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION

 

                                WASHINGTON, D.C.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            M A S T E R   M I N I M U M   E Q U I P M E N T   L I S T

 

 

 

 

 

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                         Federal Aviation Administration

                         FTW-AEG FSDO

                         FORT WORTH, TX 76193-0270

 

 

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                              Table of Contents

 

 

    SYSTEM NO.  SYSTEM                                  PAGE

 

 

         --     Table of Contents                       I

         --     Log of Revisions                        II

         --     Control Page                            III

         --     Highlights of Change                    IV

         --     Definitions                             V, VI, VII, VIII

         --     Definitions                             IX, X, XI, XII

         --     Preamble                                XIII, XIV

         --     Guidelines for (O) & (M) Procedures     XV, XVI

         21     Air Conditioning                        21-1

         23     Communications                          23-1

         24     Electrical Power                        24-1

         25     Equipment/Furnishings                   25-1, 2

         26     Fire Protection                         26-1

         27     Flight Controls                         27-1

         28     Fuel                                    28-1, 2

         30     Ice and Rain Protection                 30-1

         31     Indicating/Recording Systems            31-1

         33     Lights                                  33-1, 2

         34     Navigation                              34-1, 2

         35     Oxygen                                  35-1

         52     Doors                                   52-1

         65     Rotors                                  65-1

         71     Powerplant                              71-1


 

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                               Log of Revisions

 

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                                 Control Page

 

 

         SYSTEM                                   PAGE  REV NO.  CURRENT DATE

 

 

         Cover Page                               -       ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         Table of Contents                        I       ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         Log of Revisions                         II      ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         Control Page                             III     ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         Highlights of Change                     IV      ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         Definitions                              V       6        01/31/1995

                                                  VI      6        01/31/1995

                                                  VII     6        01/31/1995

                                                  VIII    6        01/31/1995

                                                  IX      6        01/31/1995

                                                  X       6        01/31/1995

                                                  XI      6        01/31/1995

                                                  XII     6        01/31/1995

         Preamble                                 XIII    2        06/14/1989

                                                  XIV     2        06/14/1989

         Guidelines for (O) & (M) Procedures      XV      ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

                                                  XVI     ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         21                                       21-1    ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         23                                       23-1    ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         24                                       24-1    ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         25                                       25-1    ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

                                                  25-2    ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         26                                       26-1    ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         27                                       27-1    ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         28                                       28-1    ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

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         30                                       30-1    ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

         31                                       31-1    ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

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         65                                       65-1    ORIGINAL 12/22/2004

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                                 Definitions

 

 

       1.   System Definitions.

 

       System numbers are based on the Air Transport Association (ATA)

       Specification Number 100 and items are numbered sequentially.

 

            a.        "Item" (Column 1) means the equipment, system,

                      component, or function listed in the "Item"

                      column.

 

            b.        "Number Installed" (Column 2) is the number

                      (quantity) of items normally installed in the

                      aircraft.  This number represents the aircraft

                      configuration considered in developing this MMEL.

                      Should the number be a variable (e.g., passenger

                      cabin items) a number is not required.

 

            c.        "Number Required for Dispatch" (Column 3) is the

                      minimum number (quantity) of items required for

                      operation provided the conditions specified in

                      Column 4 are met.

 

       NOTE:  Where the MMEL shows a variable number required for

       dispatch, the MEL must reflect the actual number required for

       dispatch or an alternate means of configuration control approved

       by the Administrator.

 

            d.        "Remarks or Exceptions" (Column 4) in this column

                      includes a statement either prohibiting or

                      permitting operation with a specific number of

                      items inoperative, provisos (conditions and

                      limitations) for such operation, and appropriate

                      notes.

 

            e.        A vertical bar (change bar) in the margin

                      indicates a change, addition or deletion in the

                      adjacent text for the current revision of that

                      page only.  The change bar is dropped at the next

                      revision of that page.

 

       2.  "Airplane/Rotorcraft Flight Manual" (AFM/RFM) is the document

       required for type certification and approved by the responsible

       FAA Aircraft Certification  Office. The FAA approved AFM/RFM for

       the specific aircraft is listed on the applicable Type


 

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       Certificate Data Sheet.

 

       3.  "As required by FAR" means that the listed item is subject to

       certain provisions (restrictive or permissive) expressed in the

       Federal Aviation Regulations operating rules.  The number of

       items required by the FAR must be operative.  When the listed

       item is not required by FAR it may be inoperative for time

       specified by repair category.

 

       4.  Each inoperative item must be placarded to inform and remind

       the crewmembers and maintenance personnel of the equipment

       condition.

 

       NOTE:  To the extent practical, placards should be located

       adjacent to the control or indicator for the item affected;

       however, unless otherwise specified, placard wording and location

       will be determined by the operator.

 

       5.  "-" symbol in Column 2 and/or Column 3 indicates a variable

       number (quantity) of the item installed.

 

       6.  "Deleted" in the remarks column after a sequence item

       indicates that the item was previously listed but is now required

       to be operative if installed in the  aircraft.

 

       7.  "ER" refers to extended range operations of a two-engine

       airplane which has a type design approval for ER operations and

       complies with the provisions of Advisory Circular 120-42A.           ¦

 

       8.  "Federal Aviation Regulations" (FAR) means the applicable

       portions of the Federal Aviation Act and Federal Aviation

       Regulations.

 

       9.  "Flight Day" means a 24 hour period (from midnight to

       midnight) either Universal Coordinated Time (UCT) or local time,

       as established by the operator, during which at least one flight

       is initiated for the affected aircraft.

 

       10.  "Icing Conditions" means an atmospheric environment that may

       cause ice to form on the aircraft or in the engine(s).

 

       11.  Alphabetical symbol in Column 4 indicates a proviso

       (condition or limitation) that must be complied with for


 

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       operation with the  listed item inoperative.

 

       12.  "Inoperative" means a system and/or component malfunction to

       the extent that it does not accomplish its intended purpose

       and/or is not consistently functioning normally within its

       approved operating limit(s) or tolerance(s).

 

       13.  "Notes:" in Column 4 provides additional information for

       crewmember or maintenance consideration.  Notes are used to

       identify applicable material which is intended to assist with

       compliance, but do not relieve the operator of the responsibility

       for compliance with all applicable requirements.  Notes are not a

       part of the provisos.

 

       14.  Inoperative components of an inoperative system:

       Inoperative items which are components of a system which is

       inoperative are usually considered components directly associated

       with and having no other function than to support that system.

       (Warning/caution systems associated with the inoperative system

       must be operative unless relief is specifically authorized per

       the MMEL).

 

       15.  "(M)" symbol indicates a requirement for a specific

       maintenance procedure which must be accomplished prior to

       operation with the listed item inoperative.  Normally these

       procedures are accomplished by maintenance personnel;  however,

       other personnel may be qualified and authorized to perform

       certain functions.  Procedures requiring specialized knowledge or

       skill, or requiring the use of tools or test equipment should be

       accomplished by maintenance personnel.  The satisfactory

       accomplishment of all maintenance procedures, regardless of

       who performs them, is the responsibility of the operator.

       Appropriate procedures are required to be published as part of

       the operator's manual or MEL.

 

       16.  "(O)" symbol indicates a requirement for a specific

       operations procedure which must be accomplished in planning for

       and/or operating with the listed item inoperative.  Normally

       these procedures are accomplished by the flight crew; however,

       other personnel may be qualified and authorized to perform

       certain functions.  The satisfactory accomplishment of all

       procedures, regardless of who performs them, is the

       responsibility of the operator.  Appropriate procedures are


 

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       required to be published as a part of the operator's manual or

       MEL.

 

       NOTE:  The (M) and (O) symbols are required in the operator's MEL

       unless otherwise authorized by the Administrator.

 

       17.  "Deactivated" and "Secured" means that the specified

       component must be put into an acceptable condition for safe

       flight.  An acceptable method of securing or deactivating will be

       established by the operator.

 

       18.  "Visual Flight Rules" (VFR) is as defined in FAR Part 91.

       This precludes a pilot from filing an Instrument Flight Rules

       (IFR) flight plan.

 

       19.  "Visual Meteorological Conditions" (VMC) means the

       atmospheric environment is such that would allow a flight to

       proceed under the visual flight rules applicable to the flight.

       This does not preclude operating under Instrument Flight Rules.

 

       20.  "Visible Moisture" means an atmospheric environment

       containing water in any form that can be seen in natural or

       artificial light; for example, clouds, fog, rain, sleet, hail, or

       snow.

 

       21.  "Passenger Convenience Items" means those items related to

       passenger convenience, comfort or entertainment such as, but not

       limited to, galley equipment, movie equipment, ash trays, stereo

       equipment, overhead reading lamps, etc.

 

       22.  Repair Intervals:  All users of an MEL approved under FAR

       121, 125, 129 and 135 must effect repairs of inoperative systems

       or components, deferred in  accordance with the MEL, at or prior

       to the repair times established by the following letter

       designators:

 

            Category A.  Items in this category shall be repaired within

       the time interval specified in the remarks column of the

       operator's approved MEL.

 

            Category B.  Items in this category shall be repaired within

       three (3) consecutive calendar days (72 hours), excluding the day

       the malfunction was recorded in the aircraft maintenance


 

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       record/logbook.  For example, if it were recorded at 10 a.m. on

       January 26th, the three day interval would begin at midnight the

       26th and end at midnight the 29th.

 

            Category C.  Items in this category shall be repaired within

       ten (10) consecutive calendar days (240 hours), excluding the day

       the malfunction was recorded in the aircraft maintenance

       record/logbook.  For example, if it were recorded at 10 a.m. on

       January 26th, the 10 day interval would begin at midnight the

       26th and end at midnight February 5th.

 

            Category D.  Items in this category shall be repaired within

       one hundred and twenty (120) consecutive calendar days (2880

       hours), excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the

       aircraft maintenance log and/or record.

 

       The letter designators are inserted adjacent to Column 2.

 

       23. Electronic fault alerting system - General                  ¦

 

       New generation aircraft display system fault indications to the ¦

       flight crew by use of computerized display systems.  Each       ¦

       aircraft manufacturer has incorporated individual design        ¦

       philosophies in determining the data that would be              ¦

       represented.  The following are customized definitions (specific¦

       to each manufacturer) to help determine the level of messages   ¦

       affecting the aircraft's dispatch status.  When preparing the   ¦

       MEL document, operators are to select the proper Definition No. ¦

       23 for their aircraft, if appropriate.                          ¦

 

       a.   BOEING  (B-757/767, B-747-400, B-777)                      ¦

 

       Boeing airplanes equipped with Engine Indicating and Crew       ¦

       Alerting  Systems (EICAS), provide different priority levels of ¦

       system messages (WARNING,  CAUTION, ADVISORY, STATUS and        ¦

       MAINTENANCE).  Any messages that affects airplane dispatch      ¦

       status will be displayed at a STATUS message level or  higher.  ¦

       The absence of an EICAS STATUS or higher level (WARNING,        ¦

       CAUTION, ADVISORY) indicates that the system/component is       ¦

       operating within its approved operating limits or tolerances.   ¦

 

       System conditions that result only in a maintenance level       ¦

       message, i.e. no correlation with a higher level EICAS message, ¦


 

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       do not affect dispatch and do not require action other than as  ¦

       addressed within an operators standard maintenance program.     ¦

 

       b.   DOUGLAS  (MD-11)                                           ¦

 

       Some Douglas aircraft are equipped with an alerting function    ¦

       which is a subsystem within the Electronic Instrument System    ¦

       (EIS).  The alerting function provides various levels of system ¦

       condition alerts (WARNING, CAUTION, ADVISORY, MAINTENANCE and   ¦

       STATUS).                                                        ¦

 

       Alerts that affect aircraft dispatch will include WARNING,      ¦

       CAUTION, STATUS or MAINTENANCE level.  MAINTENANCE alerts are   ¦

       displayed on the status page of the EIS display panel under the ¦

       maintenance heading.                                            ¦

 

       A MAINTENANCE alert on the EIS indicates the presence of a      ¦

       system fault which can be identified by the Central Fault       ¦

       Display System (CFDS) interrogation.  The systems are designed  ¦

       to be fault tolerant, however, for any MAINTENANCE alert, the   ¦

       MEL must be verified for dispatch purposes.                     ¦

 

       c.   AIRBUS  (A-300-600, A-310, A-320/319/321, A-330, A-340     ¦

 

       Airbus aircraft equipped with Electronic Centralized Aircraft   ¦

       Monitoring (ECAM) provide different levels of system condition  ¦

       messages (WARNING, CAUTION, STATUS, and ADVISORY). A-320/319/   ¦

       321, A-330, and A-340 also provide MAINTENANCE status messages. ¦

 

       Any message that effects airplane dispatchability will normally ¦

       be at the WARNING, CAUTION or STATUS level. MAINTENANCE         ¦

       messages (A-320/319/321, A-330, and A-340 only) are also        ¦

       indicated on ECAM Status Page below the white Maintenance label.¦

 

       A MAINTENANCE status (Class II) message on ECAM indicates the   ¦

       presence of a system fault which can be identified by CFDS      ¦

       (A-320/319/321) or CMS (A-330/A-340) interrogation. The systems ¦

       are designed to be fault tolerant, however for any MAINTENANCE  ¦

       status (Class II) message, the A-320/319/321 MEL must be        ¦

       verified for dispatch capability. For the A-330 and A-340,      ¦

       MAINTENANCE status messages do not affect dispatch.             ¦

 

       d.   FOKKER  (FK-100)                                           ¦


 

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       Fokker aircraft are equipped with Multi Function Display System ¦

       (MFDS) which provides electronic message referring to the       ¦

       different priority levels of system information (WARNING (red), ¦

       CAUTION (amber), AWARENESS (cyan) AND STATUS (white).  Any      ¦

       messages that affects aircraft dispatch will be at the WARNING, ¦

       CAUTION or AWARENESS level.  In these cases the MEL must be     ¦

       verified for dispatch capability and maintenance may be         ¦

       required.                                                       ¦

 

       System conditions that only require maintenance are not         ¦

       presented on the flight deck.  These maintenance                ¦

       indications/messages may be presented on the Maintenance & Test ¦

       Panel (MAP) or the Centralized Fault Display Unit (CFDU) and by ¦

       dedicated Built In Test Evaluation (BITE) of systems.           ¦

 

       24.  "Administrative control item" means an item listed by the

       operator in the MEL for tracking and informational purposes.  It

       may be added to an operator's MEL by approval of the Principal

       Operations Inspector provided no relief is granted, or provided

       conditions and limitations are contained in an approved document

       (i.e. Structural Repair Manual, airworthiness directive, etc.).

       If relief other than that granted by an approved document is

       sought for an administrative control item, a request must be

       submitted to the Administrator.  If the request results in review

       and approval by the FOEB, the item becomes an MMEL item rather

       than an administrative control item.

 

       25.  "***" symbol in Column 1 indicates an item which is not

       required by regulation but which may have been installed on some

       models of aircraft covered by this MMEL.  This item may be

       included on the operator's MEL after the approving office has

       determined that the item has been installed on one or more of the

       operator's aircraft.  The symbol, however, shall not be carried

       forward into the operator's MEL.  It should be noted that neither

       this policy nor the use of this symbol provide authority to

       install or remove an item from an aircraft.

 

       26.  "Excess Items" means those items that have been installed

       that are redundant to the requirements of the FARs.

 

       27.  "Day of Discovery" is the calendar day an

       equipment/instrument malfunction was recorded in the aircraft


 

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       maintenance log and or record.  This day is excluded from the

       calendar days or flight days specified in the MMEL for the

       repair of an inoperative item of equipment. This provision is

       applicable to all MMEL items, i.e., categories "A, B, C, and

       D."


 

 

 

 

 

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                                  Preamble

                            (Effective 6/14/89)

 

       The following is applicable for authorized certificate holders operating

       under Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 121, 125, 129, 135: The

       FAR require that all equipment installed on an aircraft in compliance

       with the Airworthiness Standards and the Operating Rules must be

       operative.  However, the Rules also permit the publication of a Minimum

       Equipment List (MEL) where compliance with certain equipment

       requirements is not necessary in the interests of safety under all

       operating conditions.  Experience has shown that with the various levels

       of redundancy designed into aircraft, operation of every system or

       installed component may not be necessary when the remaining operative

       equipment can provide an acceptable level of safety.  A Master Minimum

       Equipment List (MMEL) is developed by the FAA, with participation by the

       aviation industry, to improve aircraft utilization and thereby provide

       more convenient and economic air transportation for the public.  The FAA

       approved MMEL includes those items of equipment related to airworthiness

       and operating regulations and other items of equipment which the

       Administrator finds may be inoperative and yet maintain an acceptable

       level of safety by appropriate conditions and limitations;  it does not

       contain obviously required items such as wings, flaps, and rudders.  The

       MMEL is the basis for development of individual operator MELs which take

       into consideration the operator's particular aircraft equipment

       configuration and operational conditions. Operator MELs, for

       administrative control, may include items not contained in the

       MMEL;  however, relief for administrative control items must be

       approved by the Administrator.  An operator's MEL may differ in

       format from the MMEL, but cannot be less restrictive than the MMEL.

       The individual operator's MEL, when approved and authorized, permits

       operation of the aircraft with inoperative equipment.

 

       Equipment not required by the operation being conducted and equipment in

       excess of FAR requirements are included in the MEL with appropriate

       conditions and limitations.  The MEL must not deviate from the Aircraft

       Flight Manual Limitations, Emergency Procedures or with Airworthiness

       Directives.  It is important to remember that all equipment related to

       the airworthiness and the operating regulations of the aircraft not

       listed on the MMEL must be operative.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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                            (Effective 6/14/89)

 

       Suitable conditions and limitations in the form of placards, maintenance

       procedures, crew operating procedures and other restrictions as

       necessary are specified in the MEL to ensure that an acceptable level of

       safety is maintained.

 

       The MEL is intended to permit operation with inoperative items of

       equipment for a period of time until repairs can be accomplished.  It is

       important that repairs be accomplished at the earliest opportunity.  In

       order to maintain an acceptable level of safety and reliability the MMEL

       establishes limitations on the duration of and conditions for operation

       with inoperative equipment.  The MEL provides for release of the

       aircraft for flight with inoperative equipment.  When an item of

       equipment is discovered to be inoperative, it is reported by making an

       entry in the Aircraft Maintenance Record/Logbook as prescribed by FAR.

       The item is then either repaired or may be deferred per the MEL or other

       approved means acceptable to the Administrator prior to further

       operation.  MEL conditions and limitations, do not relieve the operator

       from determining that the aircraft is in condition for safe operation

       with items of equipment inoperative.

 

       When these requirements are met, an Airworthiness Release, Aircraft

       Maintenance Record/Logbook entry, or other approved documentation is

       issued as prescribed by FAR.  Such documentation is required prior to

       operation with any item of equipment inoperative.

 

       Operators are responsible for exercising the necessary operational

       control to ensure that an acceptable level of safety is maintained.

       When operating with multiple inoperative items, the interrelationships

       between those items and the effect on aircraft operation and crew

       workload will be considered.

 

       Operators are to establish a controlled and sound repair program

       including the parts, personnel, facilities, procedures, and schedules to

       ensure timely repair.

 

       WHEN USING THE MEL, COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATED INTENT OF THE PREAMBLE,

       DEFINITIONS, AND THE CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE MEL IS

       REQUIRED.


 

 

 

 

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       The FOEB has identified a need for certain procedures to provide an

       adequate level of safety while providing relief for some items.  Those

       procedures must be established by the operator.  The following guide-

       lines specify the objectives of the required procedures:

 

       21-3  (M)  Procedure to deactivate and secure bleed air heater.

 

       21-4  (M)  Procedure to deactivate and secure air conditioner.

 

       21-5  (0)  Refer to RFM operating limitations.

 

             (M)  Procedure to deactivate and secure IIDS Fan(s).

 

       23-4  (O)  Procedure to establish alternate means for passenger

                  notification of normal and emergency procedures.

 

       24-1  (M)  Procedure to deactivate and secure generator.

 

       24-3  (M)  Procedure to determine adequate starting voltage.

 

       27-1  (M)  Procedure to de-activate, secure and disengage the AAPS

                  system.

 

       28-1  (0)  Procedure to verify that fuel drain solenoid valve is closed.

 

       28-3  (M)  Procedure to verify remaining fuel transfer pump and fuel

                  transfer control unit (FTCU) are both operative.

 

             (0)  Procedure to create flight plans based on a known quantity of

                  unusable fuel in the aft fuel cell.

 

       28-4  (O)  Procedure to determine the fuel temperature.

 

       28-5  (O)  Dual Channel Failure

                  Procedure to verify operation of transfer pumps, the

                  interconnect valve, and procedure to maintain aircraft c.g.

                  within acceptable limits.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION   Page XVI

                                                         Revision: ORIGINAL

                        MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST    Date: 12/22/2004

 

                                   BH-427

 

 

 

                   Guidelines for (O) & (M) Procedures

 

 

                  Single Channel Failure

             (M)  Procedure to verify remaining fuel transfer pump and fuel

                  transfer control unit (FTCU) are both operative.

 

       28-6  (M)  Procedure to verify that the fuel interconnect valve is in

                  the "closed" position, and verify operation of the transfer

                  pumps and both channels of the FTCU.

 

       65-1  (M)  Procedure to inspect, de-activate and secure the rotor brake

                  system.

 

       71-1  (M)  Procedure to secure particle separator bleed air to "closed"

                  position to inhibit the supply of bleed air to the particle

                  separator purge line.


 

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 21  AIR CONDITIONING      ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1.  Fresh Air Vent      C ¦ 2  ¦ 1  ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 2.  Defog Air Blower    C ¦ 2  ¦ -  ¦ May be inoperative provided:          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     a) Bleed Air Heater (Item 21-3)   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        is installed and operative.    ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦                  OR                   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     b) Air Conditioner (item 21-4)    ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        is installed and operative.    ¦

 

¦ 3.  Bleed Air Heater    C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ (M) May be inoperative provided       ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦ system is deactivated and secured.    ¦

 

¦ 4. Air Conditioner     C  ¦    ¦    ¦ M) May be inoperative provided        ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦ system is deactivated and secured.    ¦

 

¦ 5. IIDS Cooling Fans   C  ¦    ¦    ¦ (O) Refer to RFM for operating        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ limitations.                          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ (M) May be inoperative provided       ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ system is deactivated and secured.    ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 23-1     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 23  COMMUNICATIONS        ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1.  Communications      C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ As required by FAR.                   ¦

¦     Systems (FM, HF,      ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦     UHF, VHF, etc.)       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 2.  Headset             C ¦ -  ¦ 1  ¦ Pilot's must be operative.            ¦

 

¦ 3.  ICS                   ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦     1) Cockpit          C ¦ -  ¦ 1  ¦ Copilot's may be inoperative for      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ single pilot operations.              ¦

 

¦     2) Cabin            C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 4.  Cabin Public        C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ (O)May be inoperative provided:       ¦

¦ *** Address System        ¦    ¦    ¦     a) Alternate normal and           ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        emergency procedures and/or    ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        operating restrictions are     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        established and utilized for   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        passenger notification.        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦                  OR                   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     b) For nonpassenger carrying      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        operations.                    ¦

 

¦ 5.  Cockpit Voice       A ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided repairs   ¦

¦ *** Recorder (CVR)        ¦    ¦    ¦ are made within three flight days.    ¦

 

¦ 6.  External Loud       C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ *** Speaker               ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 24-1     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 24  ELECTRICAL POWER      ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1.  Starter/Generator   B ¦ 2  ¦ 1  ¦ (M) One may be inoperative for day    ¦

¦     (Generator            ¦    ¦    ¦ VFR provided the inoperative          ¦

¦     Function Only)        ¦    ¦    ¦ generator is deactivated and          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ secured.                              ¦

 

¦ 2.  Generator           C ¦ 2  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦     Voltmeter(s)          ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 3.  Battery Voltmeter   C ¦ 1  ¦ 1  ¦ (M) May be inoperative provided       ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ alternate means of assuring           ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ starting voltage is determined.       ¦

 

¦ 4.  Ammeter             C ¦ 2  ¦ 1  ¦ One may be inoperative provided       ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ operative ammeter and respective      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ Generator (Item 24-1) are both        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ operative.                            ¦

 

¦ 5.  Generator I/        C ¦ 2  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided           ¦

¦     Generator II Caution  ¦    ¦    ¦ respective Ammeter (Item 24-4) and    ¦

¦     Message(s)            ¦    ¦    ¦ Voltmeter (Item 24-2) are             ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ operative.                            ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 25-1     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 25  EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1.  Helicopter          C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ As required by FAR.                   ¦

¦ *** Flotation Devices     ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 2.  Passenger Seat      C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ One for each occupied seat. If        ¦

¦     Belts and Shoulder    ¦    ¦    ¦ inoperative or missing, seat must     ¦

¦     Harnesses Devices     ¦    ¦    ¦ be blocked & placarded.               ¦

 

¦ 3.  First Aid Kit       D ¦ -  ¦ -  ¦ Any in excess of those required by    ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦ FAR may be incomplete or missing      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ provided required distribution is     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ maintained.                           ¦

 

¦ 4.  Emergency Locator   C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ As required by FAR.                   ¦

¦ *** Transmitter (ELT)     ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 5.  EMS Equipment       C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided system    ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦ is deactivated and secured.           ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ (M) and/or (O) procedures may be      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ required and included in the air      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ carrier's appropriate document.       ¦

 

¦ 6.  Sonic Locator       C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 7.  Forward Looking     C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ *** Infra Red (FLIR)      ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 8.  Hoist System        C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 9.  Aerial Camera       C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ *** System                ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦     (i.e. Wescam)         ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 10  Cargo Suspension    C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ *** System                ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

 

 

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¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE:  12/22/2004     ¦ 25-2     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 25  EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 11. Passenger           C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ Passenger convenience items, as       ¦

¦ *** Convenience           ¦    ¦    ¦ expressed in this MMEL are those      ¦

¦     Item(s)               ¦    ¦    ¦ related to passenger convenience,     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ comfort or entertainment such as,     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ but not limited to, galley            ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ equipment, movie equipment, ash       ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ trays, stereo equipment, overhead     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ reading lamps, etc.  Items            ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ addressed elsewhere in this           ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ document shall not be included.       ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ (M) and/or (O) procedures may be      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ required and included in the air      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ carrier's appropriate document.       ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 26  FIRE PROTECTION       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1.  Engine Fire         B ¦ 2  ¦ 1  ¦ One Fire Extinguisher Agent bottle    ¦

¦     Extinguisher Agent    ¦    ¦    ¦ may be inoperative.                   ¦

¦     Bottles               ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 2.  Portable Fire       D ¦ -  ¦ -  ¦ Any in excess of those required       ¦

¦     Extinguisher          ¦    ¦    ¦ by FAR may be inoperative or          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ missing provided:                     ¦

 

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦  a) The inoperative fire              ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     extinguisher is tagged            ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     inoperative, removed from         ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     the installed location, and       ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     placed out of sight so it         ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     can not be mistaken for a         ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     functional unit, and              ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦  b) Required distribution is          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     maintained.                       ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 27  FLIGHT CONTROLS       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1. Airspeed Activated  B  ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided:          ¦

¦    Pedal Stop (AAPS)      ¦    ¦    ¦  (M) a) AAPS System is de-activated   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦         and secured, and              ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦      b) Comply with RFM VNE           ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦         limitations for AAPS          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦         inoperative.                  ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 28-1     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 28  FUEL                  ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1.  Solenoid Drain      D ¦ 4  ¦ 0  ¦ (O) May be inoperative provided       ¦

¦     Valve System          ¦    ¦    ¦     the manual drain valve is         ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     verified closed prior to          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     flight.                           ¦

 

¦ 2.  Fuel Flow           C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided flight    ¦

¦ *** Indicator             ¦    ¦    ¦ is not predicated on its use.         ¦

 

¦ 3.  Fuel Transfer       C ¦ 2  ¦ 1  ¦ May be inoperative provided:          ¦

¦     Pump                  ¦    ¦    ¦ (M) a) The remaining pump and its     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        associated FTCU channel are    ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        verified operative, and        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     B) The interconnect valve is      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        maintained in the open         ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        position, and                  ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ (O) c) Flight planning is based on    ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        quantity of unusable fuel in   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        the aft tank as defined in     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        the RFM procedures for Dual    ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        Transfer Pump Failure.         ¦

 

¦ 4.  Fuel Temperature    C ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ (O) May be inoperative provided an    ¦

¦     Display               ¦    ¦    ¦     alternate means is used to        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     determine the fuel temperature.   ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 28-2     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 28  FUEL                  ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 5.  Fuel Transfer       B ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦     Dual Channel Failure              ¦

¦     Control Unit (FTCU)   ¦    ¦    ¦ (O) May be inoperative provided:      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     a) Both transfer pumps are        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        verified operative,            ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     b) The interconnect valve is      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        verified operative, and        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     c) An alternate procedure is      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        used to maintain aircraft CG   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        within acceptable limits.      ¦

 

¦                         C ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦     Single Channel Failure            ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     May be inoperative provided:      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     a) The affected transfer pump     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        is selected to "OFF".          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ (M) b) The remaining pump and its     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        associated FTCU channel are    ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        verified operative, and        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     c) The interconnect valve is      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        maintained in the open         ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        position.                      ¦

 

¦ 6.  Fuel Interconnect   B ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦  (M) May be inoperative in the        ¦

¦     Valve                 ¦    ¦    ¦      closed position provided both    ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦      Transfer Pumps and both FTCU     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦      channels are verified            ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦      operative.                       ¦

 

¦                         B ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦      May be inoperative in the open   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦      position.                        ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 30-1     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 30  ICE AND RAIN          ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦     PROTECTION            ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 1.  Pitot Tube Heat     C ¦ 2  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided           ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ aircraft is not operated in visible   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ moisture with OAT below 4 degrees C   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ (40 degrees F).                       ¦

 

¦ 3.  Static Port         C ¦ 2  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided           ¦

¦     Heaters               ¦    ¦    ¦ aircraft is not operated in visible   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ moisture with OAT below 4 degrees C   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ (40 degrees F).                       ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦                                            MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST    ¦

¦ FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION                                             ¦

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 31-1     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 31  INDICATING/RECORDING  ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦     SYSTEMS               ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 1.  Clock Displaying    C ¦ -  ¦ 1  ¦ Operative clock must be located on    ¦

¦     Hours, Minutes, and   ¦    ¦    ¦ the instrument panel in a position    ¦

¦     Seconds.              ¦    ¦    ¦ that makes it plainly visible to,     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ and usable by, any pilot at the       ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ pilot's station.                      ¦

 

¦                         C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided Elapsed   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ Timer (item 31-2) is operative.       ¦

 

¦ 2.  Elapsed Timer       C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided Clock     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ is operative.                         ¦

 

¦ 3.  Hour Meter          C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 4. IIDS Sensor            ¦    ¦    ¦ May be inoperative provided:          ¦

¦    Sources for:           ¦    ¦    ¦  a) Only one sensor per engine is     ¦

¦    Np                   B ¦ 2  ¦ 1  ¦     inoperative,                      ¦

¦    or                     ¦    ¦    ¦                  OR                   ¦

¦    Ng                   B ¦ 2  ¦ 1  ¦  b) Only one Nr sensor is             ¦

¦    or                     ¦    ¦    ¦     inoperative.                      ¦

¦    Nr                   B ¦ 2  ¦ 1  ¦                                       ¦

¦    or                     ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦    MGT                  B ¦ 2  ¦ 1  ¦                                       ¦

¦    or                     ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦    Engine Torque        B ¦ 2  ¦ 1  ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 5. Rotor RPM Warning    C ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided Horn      ¦

¦    Horn Mute System       ¦    ¦    ¦ sounds properly at 70-95% Nr, but     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ does not sound above 95% Nr.          ¦

 

¦ 6.  Aircraft/Engine     D ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ *** Monitoring System     ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 7.  Vibration           D ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ *** Monitoring System     ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

 

 

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 33-1     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 33  LIGHTS                ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1.  Position Light      C ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative for day            ¦

¦     System                ¦    ¦    ¦ operations.                           ¦

 

¦ 2.  Anti-Collision      B ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative for day            ¦

¦     Light System          ¦    ¦    ¦ operations.                           ¦

 

¦ 3.  Landing/Search      C ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative for day            ¦

¦     Light System          ¦    ¦    ¦ operations.                           ¦

 

¦ 4.  Cockpit/Flight      C ¦ -  ¦ -  ¦ Individual lights may be              ¦

¦     Deck/Flight           ¦    ¦    ¦ inoperative provided remaining        ¦

¦     Compartment and       ¦    ¦    ¦ lights are:                           ¦

¦     Instrument            ¦    ¦    ¦ a) Sufficient to clearly illuminate   ¦

¦     Lighting System       ¦    ¦    ¦    all required instruments,          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦    controls, and other devices        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦    for which it is provided,          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ b) Positioned so that direct rays     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦    are shielded from flight           ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦    crewmembers eyes, and              ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ c) Lighting configuration and         ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦    intensity is acceptable to the     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦    flight crew.                       ¦

 

¦ 5.  Cockpit Emergency   C ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative for day            ¦

¦     Instrument Light      ¦    ¦    ¦ operations                            ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦                  OR                   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ May be inoperative for night          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ operations provided the Cockpit/      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ Flight Deck/Flight Compartment and    ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ Instrument Lighting System            ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ (item 33-4) and Cockpit Utility       ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ Light (item 33-6) are operative.      ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦                                            MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST    ¦

¦ FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION                                             ¦

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 33-2     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 33  LIGHTS                ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 6.  Cockpit Utility     C ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative for day            ¦

¦     Light                 ¦    ¦    ¦ operations                            ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦                  OR                   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ May be inoperative for night          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ Operations provided the Cockpit/      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ Flight Deck/Flight Compartment        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ and Instrument Lighting System        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ (Item 33-4) and Cockpit Emergency     ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ Light (Item 33-5) are operative.      ¦

 

¦ 7.  Cabin Lighting      C ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided:          ¦

¦     System                ¦    ¦    ¦     a) For day operations only.       ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦               OR                      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     b) Inoperative lights do not      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        exceed fifty (50) percent of   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        the total installed.           ¦

 

¦ 8.  Search Light        C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ *** System                ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 9.  Supplemental        C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ *** Lighting System       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 10. Strobe Light System C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 11. External Utility    C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ *** Light(s)              ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 12. High Intensity      C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ *** Search Light          ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦     (i.e. SX5, SX16,      ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦     etc.)                 ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦                                            MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST    ¦

¦ FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION                                             ¦

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 34-1     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 34  NAVIGATION            ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1.  Gyroscopic Bank     B ¦  - ¦  0 ¦  As required by FAR.                  ¦

¦ *** and Pitch Indicator   ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 2.  Gyroscopic          B ¦  - ¦  0 ¦  As required by FAR.                  ¦

¦ *** Direction Indicator   ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 3.  Gyroscopic Rate-    B ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ As required by FAR.                   ¦

¦ *** of-Turn Indicator     ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 4.  Slip-Skid           B ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ As required by FAR.                   ¦

¦     Indicator             ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 5.  Horizontal          C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ As required by FAR.                   ¦

¦ *** Situation Indicator   ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 6.  Slaved Compass      C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ *** System                ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 7.  OAT/Free Air        C ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided           ¦

¦     Temperature           ¦    ¦    ¦ temperature can be obtained from      ¦

¦     Indicator             ¦    ¦    ¦ an approved alternate onboard         ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ source.                               ¦

 

¦ 8.  Navigation Systems  C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ As required by FAR.                   ¦

¦ *** (VOR, ILS, ADF,       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦     GPS, etc.)            ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 9.  Marker Beacon       C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided           ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦ approach is not predicated            ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ on its use.                           ¦

 

¦ 10. DME                 C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided           ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦ navigation is not predicated          ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ on its use.                           ¦

 

¦ 11. Flight Director     C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

 

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¦                                            MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST    ¦

¦ FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION                                             ¦

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 34-2     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 34  NAVIGATION            ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 12. ATC Transponder     C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ As required by FAR.                   ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 13. Altitude Encoding   C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ As required by FAR.                   ¦

¦ *** System                ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 14. Radio Altimeter     C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ As required by FAR.                   ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 15. Thunderstorm        C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ As required by FAR.                   ¦

¦ *** Detection System      ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

¦ 16.  Traffic Alert/     C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦                                       ¦

¦ ***  Advisory Systems     ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦      (i.e., TCAS, TCAD,   ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦      TAS, etc.)           ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦                                            MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST    ¦

¦ FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION                                             ¦

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 35-1     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 35  OXYGEN                ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1.  Oxygen System and   C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ As required by FAR.                   ¦

¦ *** Masks (Crew and       ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

¦     Passengers)           ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦                                            MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST    ¦

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 52-1     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 52  DOORS                 ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1.  Baggage Door        C ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ Baggage door caution system may be    ¦

¦     Caution System        ¦    ¦    ¦ inoperative provided it is            ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ determined through a physical check   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ that door is closed and latched       ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ prior to flight.                      ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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¦                                            MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST    ¦

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 65-1     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 65  ROTORS                ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1.  Rotor Brake System  C ¦ -  ¦ 0  ¦ (M) May be inoperative provided       ¦

¦ ***                       ¦    ¦    ¦ rotor brake master cylinder is        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ secured or de-activated and           ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ inspection is performed to            ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ determine that the rotor brake disk   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦ is free.                              ¦

 

¦ 2.  Transmission Oil    B ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided:          ¦

¦     Temperature Warning   ¦    ¦    ¦     a) Transmission oil temperature   ¦

¦     Light system          ¦    ¦    ¦        indicating system is           ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        operative, and                 ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     b) Transmission oil pressure      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        indicating and warning light   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        systems are operative.         ¦

 

¦ 3.  Transmission Oil    B ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided:          ¦

¦     Pressure Warning      ¦    ¦    ¦     a) Transmission oil pressure      ¦

¦     Light System          ¦    ¦    ¦        indicating system is           ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        operative, and                 ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     b) Transmission oil temperature   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        indicating and warning light   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        systems are operative.         ¦

 

¦ 4.  Transmission Oil    B ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided:          ¦

¦     Temperature           ¦    ¦    ¦     a) Transmission oil temperature   ¦

¦     Indicating System     ¦    ¦    ¦        warning light system is        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        operative, and                 ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     b) Transmission oil pressure      ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        indicating and warning light   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        systems are operative.         ¦

 

¦ 5.  Transmission Oil    B ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ May be inoperative provided:          ¦

¦     Pressure Indicating   ¦    ¦    ¦     a) Transmission oil pressure      ¦

¦     System                ¦    ¦    ¦        warning light system is        ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        operative, and                 ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     b) Transmission oil temperature   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        indicating and warning light   ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦        systems are operative.         ¦

 

 

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¦ AIRCRAFT:                                ¦ REVISION NO: ORIGINAL ¦ PAGE:    ¦

¦                  BH-427                  ¦                       ¦          ¦

¦                                          ¦ DATE: 12/22/2004      ¦ 71-1     ¦

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¦                        1. ¦ 2. NUMBER INSTALLED                             ¦

¦ SYSTEM &                  ¦    -------------------------------------------- ¦

¦ SEQUENCE          ITEM    ¦    ¦ 3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH            ¦

¦ NUMBERS                   ¦    ¦    --------------------------------------- ¦

¦ ------------------------- ¦    ¦    ¦ 4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS              ¦

¦ 71  POWERPLANT            ¦    ¦    ¦                                       ¦

 

 

¦ 1.  Engine Air          C ¦ 1  ¦ 0  ¦ (M) May be inoperative provided       ¦

¦     Particle Separator    ¦    ¦    ¦     bleed air for Particle            ¦

¦     Purge System          ¦    ¦    ¦     Separator is secured in           ¦

¦                           ¦    ¦    ¦     "closed" position.                ¦

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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