On site Technical Representative at MRO Aircraft
Heavy Maintenance C or D Check Management Duties and responsibilities.
Inbound Aircraft at Heavy Maintenance MRO Reception:
Check Engines Idle
run-up for aircraft systems operation and leak checks
exterior inspection fuselage, gears, wings, engines and empennage for
and access panels missing.
Interior, cockpit and cabin, emergency equipment inbound inventory,
light for operation, seats and side wall linings for condition, and
Check Aircraft Log
Book differed items to be accomplished on the Heavy Maintenance Visit
or D Check Process inside of the Hangar:
a) General verification Routine Task Cards, AD’s, SB’s,
modifications, Avionics Upgrading
Programs Tallies to be accomplished at heavy maintenance
visit, verification accomplishment
following the right references, Airline Task Cards,
Aircraft MM ATA Systems, AD’s and/or
SB’s Operator, EO’s and/or EA’s procedures.
Non-Routines Discrepancies generated at Heavy Maintenance corrective
action following the right references Aircraft MM ATA Systems,
monitoring working hours evaluated,
rotables serialized components removed and replaced P/N, S/N OFF and
ON per Aircraft IPC and Effective Number with previously OK to
install. Check all access panels removed to OK for install, check all
rotables parts installed for operations and or leak checks.
Daily report to
Aircraft Operator Maintenance and Quality Control of the heavy check
status for Routines and Non-Routines percentage accomplished (Done)
and much more.
Check all rotables
components items for operational and leak check.
Outbound Aircraft outside of the Hangar:
inspections items, Routines Task Cards and Non-Routines discrepancies
which require verification for operation and leaks on Engine Idle and
High Power run ups or Test Flights.
Check all Aircraft
Heavy Maintenance Visit Routines Cards, Non- Routines Discrepancies
Generated, AD & SB, Hard Time Components, Removed & Replaced P/N,
S/N OFF and ON as per Aircraft IPC and effective references including
operation and leak check accomplished steps, avionics upgrading
modifications final audit tallies and works accomplishments.
Aircraft Log Book:
Verify all Differed Items corrective action accomplished, Hard Time
Components Replacement, AD’s and SB’s embodies or C/W, Work Order,
EO’s, EA’s accomplishments, all of these items must be written in the
aircraft Log Book pages as per aircraft Operator Policy and Procedures
or Continues Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP)
Final Terminal Service Inspection, Exterior walk around Inspection,
Wings, Engines, Gears brakes and tires, Empennage, Exterior Lights
operation, Skin damages,
Paint, Panels and/or Decals missing.
Final Interior Walk Around, Cockpit and Cabin, All incoming inventory
interior lights operation, Passenger seats installed with right pitch
per Aircraft LOPA, etc.
Final Invoice Audit
Detailed audit of the final invoices, overcharging hours
due to calculation errors or never
performed, parts and materials remaining charged and never
installed and other discrepancies
discovered or found will be reported.