Japanese carriers "We want to make the final decision on flight resumption based on the F's airworthiness directive revision as well as checking the results of a US National Transportation Safety Board-hosted hearing set to take place on April 23 and 24," he said.
What does AD stand for?
AD stands for Airworthiness Directive
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- Agility Dog (canine agility title)
- Agnus Dei
- Aid to the Disabled
- Air Defense
- Air Directive
- Air Division
- Air Dried (timber)
- Aircraft Division (USN)
- Airspace Deconfliction
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AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Canadian carrier WestJet said it is aware of the US Federal Aviation Administration's airworthiness directive released to all Boeing (NYSE: BA) Next-Generation 737 operators.
Directive does not represent safety concern for WestJet aircraft CALGARY, April 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - WestJet announced it is aware of the Federal Aviation Administration's airworthiness directive released to all Boeing Next-Generation 737 operators today.
TOKYO, April 6 Kyodo The Japanese transport ministry issued an airworthiness directive on Wednesday requiring domestic airlines to inspect the roofs of early-model Boeing 737s in their fleet, following a midair fuselage rupture on a Southwest Airlines 737-300 in the United States.
The European Aviation Safety Agency said it would issue an airworthiness directive ordering all planes using tubes made by Thales to be fitted with at least two from rival company Goodrich.
After a 1999 emergency landing in Ohio by an A320 that had not had the O-ring fix, the FAA issued an airworthiness directive giving American Airlines 12 months to comply with Airbus' recommendation.
Anglo-French air regulators had been expected to issue an airworthiness directive which would have paved the way for British Airways and Air France to restart fare-paying flights of the supersonic aircraft.
Despite the fact that the aircraft landed safely, at Dassault's suggestion, the European Aviation Safety Agency issued an emergency airworthiness directive on 26 May.