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Description

Revision Transmittal May 16,

Cessna Distributors and Caravan Authorized Service Facilities

SUBJECT: Caravan Service Bulletin CAB11-5 Revision 1: Time Limits/Maintenance Checks

Due to denial by the FAA of Cessna's petition for exemption from CFR 14 Part 91

Cessna wishes to clarify the instructions regarding the task-based inspection program

To change the compliance from Mandatory to Optional

Miscellaneous changes as necessary

REQUIRED ACTION Please replace any copy of CAB11-5 with the attached copy of CAB11-5 Revision 1 which is printed in its entirety

NOTE: Compliance with CAB11-5 Revision 1 is required for airplanes that were able to comply with the Original Issue

LOG OF EFFECTIVE PAGES Page No

May 16,

May 16,

May 16,

Page 1 of 1 To obtain satisfactory results,

procedures specified in this publication must be accomplished in accordance with accepted methods and prevailing government regulations

Cessna Aircraft Company cannot be responsible for the quality of work performed in accomplishing the requirements of this publication

Cessna Aircraft Company,

Customer Service,

Box 7706,

Wichita,

Kansas 67277,

Facsimile (316) 517-7271 www

COPYRIGHT © 2014

Caravan Service Bulletin May 16,

CAB11-5 Revision 1

TITLE TIME LIMITS/MAINTENANCE CHECKS

Model 208

PURPOSE The purpose of this Service Bulletin is to clarify the instructions provided in CAB11-5 Original Issue to incorporate the new,

task-based inspection program on the Model 208/208B presented in Revision 24 to the maintenance manual

The task-based inspection program replaced the inspection program from Revision 23 of the maintenance manual and the phase card inspections

The maintenance manual has since revised to Revision 27

registered airplanes operating under CFR 14 Part 91 that have not obtained approval for the task-based maintenance program as a progressive inspection under 91

The task-based inspection program was incorporated on the Model 208/208B in order to make maintenance procedures and inspections more efficient for operators who obtain approval for the task-based inspection program as an approved aircraft inspection program AAIP under part 135 of the U

aviation regulations or for operators who adopt the task-based program as a manufacturer’s recommended program as authorized by their local regulatory authorities

Cessna has reviewed all item codes for efficiency,

Many item codes were incorporated into one task

Item codes that were found to be not applicable or not effective were eliminated

Many item code intervals were extended within the new tasks

The scheduled maintenance checks in Chapter 5-20-01 were removed from the maintenance manual

Chapter 5-10-00 has incorporated inspection documents to replace the progressive care program and the inspection operations

Inspection time limits in Chapter 5-10-01 have tasks incorporated

Phase cards will no longer be sold,

or supported by Cessna Aircraft Company

The supplemental inspection documents (SIDS) were incorporated into the tasks

Refer to Chapter 5-14-00 for the conversion matrix

Original Issue: July 8,

procedures specified in this publication must be accomplished in accordance with accepted methods and prevailing government regulations

Cessna Aircraft Company cannot be responsible for the quality of work performed in accomplishing the requirements of this publication

Cessna Aircraft Company,

Customer Service,

Box 7706,

Wichita,

Kansas 67277,

Facsimile (316) 517-7271 www

COPYRIGHT © 2011

The CPCPs were incorporated into the tasks and incorporated into the task-based program

COMPLIANCE Optional: Conversion to the manufacturer’s recommended 208/208B Task-Based Inspection Program may be accomplished at the owner's discretion with prior approval from your local regulatory authority

NOTE: Compliance with CAB11-5 Revision 1 is required for airplanes that were able to comply with the Original Issue

NOTE: Cessna no longer supports the previous inspection programs

There will be no updates to the phase cards or the maintenance program they supported

NOTE: If you wish to continue the phase card program,

you may apply to your local regulatory authority to have the continued use of the phase cards approved for your airplanes

NOTE: For United States operators who operate per Part 91 of Title 14,

Code of Federal Regulations,

the manufacturer's recommended task-based inspection program provided in the maintenance manual does not relieve the requirements for an annual and/or 100 hour inspection per Part 91

It is the person with the Inspection Authorization's (or equivalent) responsibility to select the necessary inspections to create a checklist to make sure that the scope and detail of an annual and/or 100 hour is performed in accordance with Part 43 Appendix D'of Title 14,

Code of Federal Regulations

Otherwise,

the individual owner/operator may refer to Part 11 to petition the FAA for an exemption from Part 91

APPROVAL FAA approval has been obtained on technical data in this publication that affects airplane type design

REFERENCE Model 208 Maintenance Manual NOTE: Make sure all publications used are complete and current

Refer to cessnasupport

ACCOMPLISHMENT INSTRUCTIONS 1

Attached are the necessary documents from Revision 23,

[Chapter 5-10-00 Inspections,

Chapter 5-10-01 Inspection Time Limits,

Chapter 5-12-00 Progressive Care Program,

Chapter 5-13-00 Supplemental Inspection Document,

Chapter 5-14-00 Listing of Supplemental Inspections,

Chapter 5-20-01 Scheduled Inspection Checks,

Chapter 5-30-00 Corrosion Prevention and Control Program,

Chapter 5-30-01 Corrosion Prevention and Control Inspections (Airplanes without TKS Anti-Ice System),

Chapter 5-30-02 Corrosion Prevention and Control Inspections (Airplanes with TKS Anti-Ice System),

and Chapter 5-30-05 Corrosion Prevention and Control Program

NOTE: Be sure to keep this Service Bulletin with the attached documents

Revision 08 or later of the Phase cards was no longer valid after December 31,

At that time,

the only Cessna-provided scheduled maintenance plan will be the task-based inspection program provided in the maintenance manual Revision 24 or later

For operators who will apply for an AAIP-type inspection,

this Service Bulletin is to be completed at your next annual inspection,

at the end of your current phase card cycle (Phase 4,

at the end of your Progressive Care cycle (Operation 4),

or if your total aircraft time is under 100 hours

Complete Inspection Document 5-15-0A

Using the completion dates and hours of Inspection Document 5-15-0A,

calculate the due times for Inspection Documents 1 through 22

CAB11-5 Revision 1 May 16,

All Chapter 4 inspection and replacement item due times will not change and will remain at the current due times

All Chapter 5-11-00 inspection and replacement item due times will not change and will remain at the current due times

Altimeter,

Pitot/Static Airspeed Test,

and Static Port Vertical Speed (Rate of Climb) Test and Inspections required in accordance with FAR 91

Portable Hand Fire Extinguisher Inspection due times will not change and will remain at the current due times

Cockpit and/or Cabin Mounted Halon-Type Fire Extinguishers Inspection due times will not change and will remain at the current due times

Cockpit and/or Cabin Mounted Halon-Type Fire Extinguishers Hydrostatic Test Inspection due times will not change and will remain at the current due times

Oxygen Cylinder (DOT-E 8162) Hydrostatic Test Inspection due times will not change and will remain at the current due times

Oxygen Cylinder (DOT-SP 8162) Hydrostatic Test Inspection due times will not change and will remain at the current due times

Emergency Locator Transmitter Inspections required in accordance with FAR 91

Emergency Locator Transmitter Battery Inspections required in accordance with FAR 91

Battery capacity checks due times will not change and will remain at the current due times

After the capacity check has been completed,

the new inspection interval can be used

Any questions about the new inspection program can be directed to Customer Service at 1-316-517-5800

Record that this Service Bulletin has been completed

This will indicate the date of conversion

Complete a Maintenance Transaction Record (or equivalent) that shows compliance with this Service Bulletin and completion of Inspection Document 5-15-0A

Put a copy of the completed Maintenance Transaction Record (or equivalent) in the airplane logbook

Send a copy of the completed Maintenance Transaction Record to: CESCOM (phone 316-462-2267) at: CESCOM C/O,

Camp Systems International,

Building 1600 Suite 1607,

Wichita,

KS 67226,

Fax: 316-462-2443

CAB11-5 Revision 1 May 16,

Exemption No

DC 20591

In the matter of the petition of CESSNA AIRCRAFT COMPANY

Regulatory Docket No

FAA-2012- 0604

Code of Federal Regulations

DENIAL OF EXEMPTION By letters dated May 30,

Gerald P

Manager,

Maintenance Engineering,

Cessna Aircraft Company (Cessna),

One Citation Lane,

Wichita,

Kansas 67209,

petitioned the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on behalf of Cessna for an exemption from § 91

Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR)

The proposed exemption,

would allow operators to select a manufacturer recommended program that is task based and integrated into the 208/208B published aircraft maintenance manual,

The petitioner requests relief from the following regulations: Section 91

409(a),

prescribes in pertinent part that,

except as provided in paragraph (c) of the section 1 no person may operate an aircraft unless,

within the preceding 12 calendar months,

it has had an annual inspection in accordance with part 43 and has been approved for return to service

Section 91

409(b),

Section 91

including when an aircraft is inspected under another type of inspection program

Relevant to this petition for exemption is an inspection program described in § 91

Under § 91

409(e),

that program is available to "large airplanes (to which part 125 is not applicable),

turbojet multiengine airplanes,

turbopropeller-powered multiengine airplanes,

and turbine-powered rotorcraft

" Cessna Model CE208 airplanes do not fit that description

AFS-12-419-E

and no person may give flight instruction for hire in an aircraft which that person provides,

unless within the preceding 100 hours of time in service the aircraft has received an annual or 100-hour inspection and been approved for return to service in accordance with part 43

Cessna petitioned for this exemption so operators of its Model CE208 aircraft could use a task-based inspection program it developed in lieu of the annual and 100-hour inspections required by § 91

Cessna's program would qualify as a current inspection program recommended by the manufacturer under the provisions of§ 91

409(f)(3),

but the Model CE208 aircraft do not meet the criteria of the large airplanes authorized by § 91

The petitioner supports its request with the following information: Cessna seeks relief that would enable use of a current inspection program recommended by Cessna the manufacturer,

in lieu of the annual inspection requirements of § 91

Cessna developed a task-based manufacturer-recommended inspection program for the CE-208 and 208B aircraft

This program is published in the CE-208 aircraft maintenance manual,

The petitioner states the 208/208B inspection document task-based inspection program was developed from the 208/208B phasecard inspection program that was accepted by the FAA as “a manufacturer’s approved inspection program” on October 24,

This exemption would allow operators to select a manufacturer-recommended program that is task based and integrated into the 208/208B published instructions for continued airworthiness

The petitioner states field data was used to identify the interval that an item needed to be inspected so there would be minimum wear and tear to the airframe

The minimum wear and tear and risk of inducing damage occurs when the best inspection intervals are used

By using the task-based inspection document program,

a manufacturer-recommended program with each inspection task interval based on field input,

customers are assured their airplanes are being inspected at the optimum time by all maintenance providers

The CE-208 operators,

and cargo will benefit because this program would expand qualified maintenance repair and overhaul support of the CE-208,

enabling maintenance providers to inspect the airplane as efficiently as possible while maintaining the highest level of safety

The public would benefit from this exemption because the airplane’s availability would be increased,

and the aircraft will be inspected to a higher level of safety

Although requesting relief from both§ 91

the petitioner addresses only annual inspections in its supporting information

The petitioner states that the regulation requires an annual inspection developed by an inspection authorization (IA) holder that follows 14 CFR part 43,

Appendix D

Each IA holder controls the level of detail at which the airplane is inspected

Conversely,

When the technicians follow the inspection document program,

variations would be at a minimum

This would provide the customers with a consistent level of safety for all units

The petitioner states the Model 208/208B airplane is delivered worldwide,

and the 208 airplane maintenance manual is used worldwide

Therefore,

the petitioner requests to exercise the privileges of this exemption outside the United States to provide operators with the benefits on increased safety and operational availability

A summary of the petition was published in the Federal Register on October 9,

No comments were received

The FAA’s analysis is as follows: The FAA finds that Cessna's task-based inspection program is not compatible with the agency's requirements for annual and 100-hour inspections currently applicable to the Model CE208/208B airplanes

Use of the task-based program in lieu of the inspections required by § 91

While the task-based inspections may be suitable for some airplanes under their specific operating conditions,

they may not be suitable for others

Cessna Model CE208/208B airplanes are small,

single engine turbopropeller-powered airplanes weighing less than 12,500 pounds

These airplanes can be equipped to operate in remote environments in several different configurations,

including water operations with amphibious floats

The FAA believes that these airplanes when operated under these or other extreme conditions should be inspected within the periods specified in§ 91

The FAA finds that a general exemption that would permit all operators of Model CE208/208B airplanes to use the proposed task-based inspection program in lieu of the currently required annual and 100-hour inspections would not provide a level of safety at least equal to that provided by the rule from which the petitioner seeks exemption

As explained above,

this is because of the variable conditions under which these airplanes operate

The scope of the operating conditions for these airplanes is unknown and potentially unlimited

It is not the FAA's practice to grant this type of broad exemption that would apply to an undefined and open- ended number of aircraft

a grant would not be in the public interest

The FAA would entertain requests from individual operators who could provide the specific circumstances applicable to their operations and demonstrate how an equivalent level of safety would be assured

The FAA’s Decision: In consideration of the foregoing,

I find that a grant of exemption would not be in the public interest

Therefore,

pursuant to the authority contained in 49 U

§§ 106(f),

the petition of Cessna Aircraft Company for an exemption from 14 CFR § 91

Issued in Washington,

Duncan Director,

Flight Standards Service

CHAPTER

TIME LIMITS/ MAINTENANCE CHECKS

CESSNA AIRCRAFT COMPANY

MODEL 208 MAINTENANCE MANUAL

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES CHAPTER-SECTION-SUBJECT 05-Title 05-List of Effective Pages 05-Record of Temporary Revisions 05-Table of Contents 5-00-00 5-10-00 5-10-01 5-11-00 5-11-01 5-12-00 5-12-01 5-12-02 5-12-03 5-12-04 5-12-05 5-12-06 5-12-07 5-12-08 5-12-09 5-12-10 5-12-11 5-12-12 5-12-13 5-12-14 5-12-15 5-12-16 5-12-17 5-12-18 5-12-19 5-12-23 5-12-29 5-12-30 5-12-31 5-12-32 5-12-33 5-12-34 5-12-35 5-12-36 5-12-37 5-12-38 5-12-39 5-12-40 5-12-41 5-12-MA

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CESSNA AIRCRAFT COMPANY

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CESSNA AIRCRAFT COMPANY MAINTENANCE MANUAL

RECORD OF TEMPORARY REVISIONS Temporary Revision Number

Page Number

Issue Date

Date Removed

CESSNA AIRCRAFT COMPANY

MODEL 208 MAINTENANCE MANUAL

CONTENTS TIME LIMITS/MAINTENANCE CHECKS

Inspection Requirements

Inspection Program Selection

Description

INSPECTIONS

General

Inspection Interval Requirements

INSPECTION TIME LIMITS

Inspection Items

COMPONENT TIME LIMITS

Component Time Limit

Schedule

COMPONENT TIME LIMITS

Component Time Limit

Schedule

PROGRESSIVE CARE PROGRAM

Progressive Care Program

Construction

Procedure

Inspection Guidelines

INSPECTION OPERATION 1

Description

General Inspection Criteria

INSPECTION OPERATION 2

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SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION DOCUMENT

Supplemental Inspection Document

Principal Structural Elements

Durability

Reporting

Inspection Methods

Applicability/Limitations

PSE Details

LISTING OF SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS

Supplemental Inspection Procedures

Supplemental Inspections

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 32-10-01

Inspection Compliance

Main Landing Gear Axle Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-10-01

Inspection Compliance

Fuselage Engine Mount Fittings

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-01

Inspection Compliance

Cargo and Passenger Door Doublers Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-07

Inspection Compliance

Fuselage to Strut Attach Fitting Lugs Inspection

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Inspection Compliance

Lower Forward Carry-Thru Bulkhead Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-04

Inspection Compliance

Main Landing Gear Fitting Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-05

Inspection Compliance

Main Landing Gear Attach Fittings and Aft Carry-Thru Bulkhead Inspection

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CESSNA AIRCRAFT COMPANY

MODEL 208 MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-02

Inspection Compliance

Fuselage to Wing Attach Fitting Lugs Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-11

Inspection Compliance

Firewall Brace and Doubler Assemblies Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-08

Inspection Compliance

Carry-Thru Root Rib Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-09

Inspection Compliance

Crew Door Frames Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-10

Inspection Compliance

Passenger and Cargo Door Frames Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-10-07

Inspection Compliance

Seat Rails and Attachment Structure Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-12

Inspection Compliance

Bulkheads and Stiffeners Below the Seat Rail Attachments Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-13

Inspection Compliance

Stringers at Intersections with Forward and Aft Carry-Thru Bulkheads Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-14

Inspection Compliance

Fuselage Skin Doubler at Main Landing Gear Cutout Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-50-01

Inspection Compliance

Fuselage to Horizontal Stabilizer Attach Fittings Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-50-02

Inspection Compliance

Vertical Stabilizer Attach Points Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 55-10-01

Inspection Compliance

Horizontal Stabilizer Forward and Aft Attach Points Inspection

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CESSNA AIRCRAFT COMPANY

MODEL 208 MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 55-10-02

Inspection Compliance

Horizontal Stabilizer Forward Spar Cap Inspection

Horizontal Stabilizer Aft Spar Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 53-20-06

Inspection Compliance

Fuselage to Wing Carry-Thru Attach Fitting and Bulkhead Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 55-30-01

Inspection Compliance

Vertical Stabilizer Spars Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 56-30-01

Inspection Compliance

Windshield and Attachment Structure Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 57-20-01

Inspection Compliance

Wing to Carry-Thru Spar Attachment Fittings Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 57-20-02

Inspection Compliance

Front Spar Lower Cap Inboard of WS 141

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 57-20-03

Inspection Compliance

Rear Spar Lower Cap Inboard of WS 141

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 57-50-01

Inspection Compliance

Flap Tracks Inspection

SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION NUMBER: 57-60-01

Inspection Compliance

Wing Strut Fittings Inspection