SMOKE DETECTION AND FIRE SUPPRESSION INSTALLATION ON BOEING/MCDONNELL DOUGLAS DC-9,...

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Smoke Detection and Fire Suppression Installation on Boeing/McDonnell Douglas DC-9, MD-80 and MD-90 Series airplanes in accordance with AAE, LTD Master Data List TFA10-0058 Revision B, dated November 18, 2003, or later FAA approved revision. This modification approves the installation of Advanced Aircraft Extinguishers, Ltd. (AAE) smoke detection and fire suppression system in the lower cargo compartments of various McDonnell Douglas DC-9, MD-80, and MD-90 Series airplanes in accordance with the attached FAA Approved Models List. Note: This STC is a duplicate issue of Supplemental Type Certificate ST01455AT and uses type design approved previously under STC ST01455AT. The subject STC also complies with the additional requirements for Fire Protection System Halon concentration levels as specified in UKCAA Temporary Guidance Material TGM/25/09, Issue 1 dated November 29, 2000, and the Joint Aviation Authority Notice of Proposed Amendment 'NPA 25D, F-316 Cat. 1 Items- Mechanical Systems' dated June 1, 2002.

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STC Status: Amended
STC Date: 11/18/2003
Responsible Office: Wichita Aircraft Certification Office (ACE-115W), Tel: (316) 946-4100

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