TC: WDL Airship

GOMOLZIG is the designated approved Design Organisation responsible for maintaining the Continuing Airworthiness of the Airship’s Type Certificate.
The WDLs airbase is EDLE – Essen/Mülheim, where the airship is operating for passenger flights and aerial advertising.
Web: http://www.wdl-worldwide.de/
info@wdl-luftschiff.de

TC: Ruschmeyer R90

GOMOLZIG is the designated approved Design Organisation maintaining the Continuing Airworthiness of the aircraft’s Type Certificate. This is the first fibre composite aircraft, with the combination of GFK and Carbon fiber.

Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins

Service Information – SI Ruschmeyer 1082-01 – MLG Root Rib
Service Bulletin – SB Ruschmeyer #1 – Elevator Trim
Service Bulletin – SB Ruschmeyer #2 – Engine system
Service Bulletin – SB Ruschmeyer #3 – Fuel system
Service Bulletin – SB Ruschmeyer #4 – MLG Root Rib
LBA AD 93-227/2 – Elevator Trim
LBA AD 94-092 – Powerplant/Engine Fuel
LBA AD 96-237 – MLG
LBA AD D-2005-419R3 – Lycoming SB
EASA AD 2005-0023R3 – Lycoming SB
Service Bulletin – SB GFM 2006-1-2 – NLG
Service Bulletin – SB GFM 2008-01 – NLG
Service Bulletin – SB GFM 2014-1 Rev1 – NLG
Service Bulletin – SB GFM 2014-1 Rev1 – NLG

Information to Type Design

EASA Type Certificate Data Sheet EASA.A.539
FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet A77EU

Operational and Maintenance Documents to be used

English Airplane Flight Manual Issue 1, March 1994
German Airplane Flight Manual Issue 1, March 1992
Illustrated Parts Catalogue Dated 23. Feb. 1994
Aircraft Maintenance Manual Revision 3 Date June 25th 1994

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The GOMOLZIG EASA Part 21J Designed Approval is maintained and managed by our Engineering Department.
Over many years, we have gained experiences with many aviation products, materials, techniques and aircraft types. All this has built a confidence which shows in our approach to solve aviation engineering problems with innovative and sound solutions. This has developed and become an engineering philosophy.
Projects, the involved processes are aimed and guided toward the end result which ultimately is Certification; the design, the engineering and the certification paperwork. This end ensures the correct beginning of the Production phases or the requirements of our Customers.

The Engineering department carry out many functions, listed are some of the major areas:

a. Maintain the our EASA Part 21J Designed Approval.
b. Maintain all the Type Certificates, Supplemental Type Certificates and Approved Data issued or used by GOMOLZIG.
c. Constant review and the updating of designs and products of GOMOLZIG and our Customers.
d. Design solutions utilising new technologies, materials and methods for Commercial and General Aviation.
e. Design, re-engineer, modify and certify solutions for obsolete, obsolescent or redundant components.
f. Design solutions for Major and Minor repairs for aircraft on Maintenance and Repair after an incident.

 

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