Transport Canada to issue an airworthiness directive for Airbus A220 operators
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May 15, 2019 - by airlinerwatch.com
According to an Airbus A220 airworthiness directive issued by Transport Canada on May 13, the fuel flowing to engines could be blocked due to fuel tubes eroded by a clamp.
The directive says that operators have reported damages on multiple aircraft caused by bonding clamps that are touching the tubes.
"In one incident, the wear damage ultimately led to a hole in the main engine feed tube located in the collector tank, resulting in fuel imbalance during flight," Transport Canada said.
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