TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS & NOTICES
Stay Up-to-Date on Your MD Helicopter
We’re committed to providing you with the documentation and updated information you need to maintain your MD Helicopter. These include service directives, helicopter specification data, and technical manuals.
If you require assistance with these documents or have general questions regarding MD Helicopters’ technical publications, please use our Customer Contact Form to reach one of our representatives.
Operational Safety Notices
MD Helicopters, Inc. provides the following Operational Safety Notices
Helmet Communication Cord Connection
Fuel Starvation Due to Unporting of Fuel Supply Pick-Up
Maintenance Procedures and Post-Maintenance Inspections
Acrobatic Flight is Prohibited
DEF and Jet Fuel Contamination
What NOT to do with Anti-torque Pedals
Rolls-Royce M250 Engines: Maintenance Warning - External Lines
MD Helicopters maintains an inventory of active technical publications so we can promptly fill your order. Publications are distributed to subscribers of the Technical Publications Revision Service as updates are available.
You can order the following publications through MyMD.aero
PLEASE NOTE: Military manuals are NOT available. Only commercial/civilian manuals may be downloaded.
- Advisory Publications
- Airworthiness Bulletins
- Airworthiness Directives
- Aircraft Service Information
- Illustrated Parts Catalogues
- Maintenance Publications
- Master Minimum Equipment Lists
- Rotorcraft Flight Manuals
Reports listed on Type Certification Data Sheet ( H3WE ) for MD single-engine helicopters.
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FLIGHT SAFETY - EASA - 902 AIRCRAFT
On 28 September 2003, the EASA began approving FAA Rotorcraft Flight Manuals. This is a binding law in all EU member nations, as stated in E.U. Reg. 1592/2002.
Operators of MD900 Series Helicopters registered in a European Union (EU) member nation are required to place the EASA approval page after the cover page in their flight manual. The EASA approval for each revision must be in place and reflected in the appropriate Flight Manual before the revision can be used.
Per EASA Executive Director Decision 2004/04/CF, dated 10/12/04, EASA will only need to approve RFM revisions that are Level 1 major design changes.
For all inquiries related to EASA please refer to the links below.
These are links to third party websites not under our control. We do not assume any responsibility or liability for any information, communications or materials available at such linked sites, or at any link contained in a linked site. The links are provided for convenience only. Each individual site has its own set of policies about what information is appropriate for public access. You assume sole responsibility for use of third party links.
Regulatory and Guidance. The FAA is the primary authority concerning TCDS.
Includes all information found in the Flight Standards Information System and the agency’s Regulatory Guidance System.
Legally enforceable regulations issued by the FAA in accordance with 14 CFR part 39 to correct an unsafe condition in a product.
FAA - Electronic Code of Federal Regulations
FAA Flight Standards Service
Promoting safe air transportation by setting the standards for certification and oversight of airmen, air operators, air agencies, and designees.
FAA FSDO Locator
NTSB Aviation Accident Database
Contains information about civil aviation accidents and selected incidents within the United States, its territories/possessions, and in international waters
Pratt & Whitney Canada
Helicopter Association International (HAI)
ASSIST - Quick Search
Specifications and Standards (Acquisition Streamlining & Standardization Information System)
Embry Riddle Aeronautical Library
Aviation / Aerospace Virtual Library
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