FAA AD For Bonanzas: Failing Control Cables

A swath of the Bonanza fleet must be inspected for fractured aileron control cables. Worst-case costs including parts and labor could reach $3000

The FAA is adopting a new airworthiness directive (AD 2019-21-08) for a wide variety of Beech Bonanza and Debonair models to address field reports of cracked and fractured right aileron flight control cable end fittings.  The range of models includes the E33, E33A, E33C, F33, G33, 35–C33, 35–C33A, K35, M35, N35, P35, S35, V35, V35A, […]
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