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PC-12 SERIES AIRPLANE MASTER MAINTENANCE AND OPERATING PROCEDURES MANUAL (MMOP) Document Number: 02398 Date: December
PC-12 SERIES AIRPLANE MASTER MAINTENANCE AND OPERATING PROCEDURES MANUAL (MMOP) Document Number: 02398 Date: December

PC-12 SERIES AIRPLANE MASTER MAINTENANCE AND OPERATING PROCEDURES MANUAL (MMOP)

Document Number: 02398

Date: December 14/2015

 
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents 3 List of Effective Pages 7 Log of Revisions 9

Table of Contents

3

List of Effective Pages

7

Log of Revisions

9

General Information

11

ATA 21 – Air Conditioning

13

21-10-01A (ALL) – Air cycle system

13

21-30-01A (CAT) (MSN 101 – 888) – Cabin pressurisation system

14

21-30-01B (NCO/SPO) (MSN 101 – 888) – Cabin pressurisation system

15

21-30-02A (CAT) (MSN 101 to 888) – Pressurisation safety valve

18

21-30-02B (NCO/SPO) (MSN 101 to 888) – Pressurisation safety valve

19

21-30-02C (CAT) (MSN 1001 and up) – Pressurisation safety valve

20

21-30-02D (NCO/SPO) (MSN 1001 and up) – Pressurisation safety valve

21

21-30-03A (ALL) – Cabin altitude indicator

22

21-30-04B (ALL) – Cabin altitude warning system

23

21-30-05A (ALL) – Cabin rate of climb indicator

24

21-30-06A (ALL) – Differential Pressure Indicator

25

ATA 22 - Autopilot

27

22-10-01A (SPO/NCO) – Autopilot

27

22-10-01B (CAT) – Autopilot

28

22-10-02A (ALL) (MSN 101 – 888) – Autopilot disconnect functions – Quick release controls

29

ATA 23 - Communication

31

23-30-01B (ALL) – Public address system

31

ATA 25 – Equipment and Furnishings

33

25-11-01-1A (ALL) – Flight crew compartment seats – Horizontal adjustment

33

25-11-01-2A (ALL) – Flight crew compartment seats – Vertical adjustment

34

Flight Crew Compartment Seats – Other Adjustment except Horizontal, Vertical

25-11-01-3A (ALL) – and Armrest Adjustment

35

25-11-01-5A (ALL) –

Flight Crew Compartment Seats – Armrest

36

25-21-01A (ALL) – Passenger seats

37

25-21-01-1A (ALL) –

Passenger seats – Recline functions

38

25-21-01-3A (ALL) – Passenger seats – Armrests with recline/swivel control mechanism 39 25-21-01-4A (ALL)

25-21-01-3A (ALL) –

Passenger seats – Armrests with recline/swivel control mechanism

39

25-21-01-4A (ALL) –

Passenger seats – Armrests without recline control mechanism

40

– 25-40-01A (ALL) – Lavatory waste system

25-21-01-5A

(ALL)

Passenger

Seats – Swivel/Travel Mechanism

41

42

25-64-01 (ALL) – Life Jackets

43

ATA 27 – Flight Controls

45

27-10-01A (ALL) – Aileron trim position indication

45

27-20-01A (ALL) – Rudder trim position indication

46

27-30-01A (ALL) – Stabiliser trim position indication

47

27-50-01A (ALL) – Flap position indication

48

ATA 28 – Fuel

49

28-40-01A (ALL) – Fuel quantity indication

49

28-40-01B (ALL) – Fuel quantity indication

50

ATA 30 – Ice and Rain Protection

51

30-31-01A (CAT) – Pitot heating system

51

30-31-03B (CAT) – Static port heating system

52

30-41-01A (ALL) – Windshield heating system

53

ATA 31 – Indicating and Recording Systems

55

31-22-01A (ALL) – Hour meter

55

ATA 32 – Landing Gear

 

57

32-40-01A (ALL) – Parking brake

57

ATA 33 – Lights

59

33-20-02A (ALL) – Cabin signs – Fasten seat belt/No smoking

59

ATA 34 – Navigation

61

34-15-01A (ALL) – Altitude alerting system

61

34-20-01B (CAT) – Stabilized direction indication

62

34-20-02B (CAT) – Primary attitude indication

63

34-40-01A (CAT) – Traffic alert and collision avoidance system (TCAS)

64

34-40-01B (NCO/SPO) – Traffic alert and collision avoidance system (TCAS)

65

34-43-01-3A (ALL) – TAWS / Advisory call-outs

66

34-51-01A (CAT) – Navigation system

67

34-51-01B (NCO/SPO) – Navigation system 68 ATA 35 – Oxygen 69 35-10-01-1A (ALL) – Flight

34-51-01B (NCO/SPO) – Navigation system

68

ATA 35 – Oxygen

69

35-10-01-1A (ALL) – Flight crew fixed oxygen system – Flight deck pressure indicator

69

35-20-01A (ALL) – Passenger Oxygen System

70

ATA 52 – Doors

71

52-10-01A (ALL) – Door key locks

71

52-70-01A (ALL) – Door warning system (Caption and voice callout)

72

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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES Section All pages are issued at initial issue 1 revision 0

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

Section

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Applicability

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LOG OF REVISIONS

ORIGINAL ISSUE: December 14/2015

REVISION: Issue: 1 Revision 0

Purpose of revision:

Original issue

GENERAL

Not applicable

ITEM LIST

Not applicable

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GENERAL INFORMATION The content of this Maintenance and Operating Procedures Manual is based on the:

GENERAL INFORMATION

The content of this Maintenance and Operating Procedures Manual is based on the:

Pilatus PC-12 Series Airplane Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) - Document Number 02395 - Initial Issue or latest revision. Refer to the MMEL Preamble for definitions and instructions on the use and application of the procedures contained herein.

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ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

21-10-01A (ALL) – Air cycle system

1. Placard

21-10-01A (ALL) – Air cycle system 1. Placard A. Put an AIR CYCLE SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard

A. Put an AIR CYCLE SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position on the instrument panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Before the flight, prepare the airplane to operate in unpressurized configuration:

1. Set ECS switch to OFF.

2. Pull the ECS emergency shut off lever.

B. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

If required, the flight crew should adjust the flight duration depending on the operating conditions (e.g. temperature, number of aircraft occupants, etc.) to ensure that the available fresh air inflow provides a suitable and comfortable environment for the occupants.

MSN 1001 and up:

A. Before the flight, prepare the airplane to operate in unpressurized configuration:

1. Set ACS switch to the INHIBIT position.

2. Pull the ACS emergency shut off lever.

B. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

If required, the flight crew should adjust the flight duration depending on the operating conditions (e.g. temperature, number of aircraft occupants, etc.) to ensure that the available fresh air inflow provides a suitable and comfortable environment for the occupants.

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING 21-30-01A (CAT) (MSN 101 – 888) – Cabin pressurisation system 1.

21-30-01A (CAT) (MSN 101 – 888) – Cabin pressurisation system

1. Placard

A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Pressurisation controls where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

A. Remove the Safety valve (Aircraft Maintenance Manual 21-30-02-00A-920A-A).

B. Install caps on all disconnected pneumatic lines.

C. Make a record in the maintenance records.

3. Operations (O)

A. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ECS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING 21-30-01B (NCO/SPO) (MSN 101 – 888) – Cabin pressurisation system 1.

21-30-01B (NCO/SPO) (MSN 101 – 888) – Cabin pressurisation system

1. Placard

A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Pressurisation controls where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

A. Remove the Safety valve (Aircraft Maintenance Manual 21-30-02-00A-920A-A).

B. Install caps on all disconnected pneumatic lines.

C. Make a record in the maintenance records.

3. Operations (O)

A. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ECS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING 21-30-01C (CAT) (MSN 1001 and up) – Cabin pressurisation system 1.

21-30-01C (CAT) (MSN 1001 and up) – Cabin pressurisation system

1. Placard

A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Pressurisation controls where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Before the flight, prepare the airplane to operate in unpressurised configuration:

1. Press DUMP switch.

2. Open the access door 11 BR and visually confirm that the outflow valve is fully open. The butterfly valve must be in the horizontal position.

3. Pull the following CBs:

Circuit Breaker

BUS

CPCS CH. 1

EPS BUS

CPCS CH. 2

MAIN BUS

B. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ACS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING 21-30-01D (NCO/SPO) (MSN 1001 and up) – Cabin pressurisation system 1.

21-30-01D (NCO/SPO) (MSN 1001 and up) – Cabin pressurisation system

1. Placard

A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Pressurisation controls where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Before the flight, prepare the airplane to operate in unpressurised configuration:

1. Press DUMP switch.

2. Open the access door 11 BR and visually confirm that the outflow valve is fully open. The butterfly valve must be in the horizontal position.

3. Pull the following CBs:

Circuit Breakers

BUS

CPCS CH. 1 CPCS CH. 2

EPS BUS

MAIN BUS

B. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ACS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING 21-30-02A (CAT) (MSN 101 to 888) – Pressurisation safety valve 1.

21-30-02A (CAT) (MSN 101 to 888) – Pressurisation safety valve

1. Placard

A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Pressurisation controls where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

A. Remove the Safety valve (Aircraft Maintenance Manual 21-30-02-00A-920A-A).

B. Install caps on all pneumatic lines.

C. Make a record in the maintenance records.

3. Operations (O)

A. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ECS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING 21-30-02B (NCO/SPO) (MSN 101 to 888) – Pressurisation safety valve 1.

21-30-02B (NCO/SPO) (MSN 101 to 888) – Pressurisation safety valve

1. Placard

A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Pressurisation controls where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

A. Remove the Safety valve (Aircraft Maintenance Manual 21-30-02-00A-920A-A).

B. Install caps on all pneumatic lines.

C. Make a record in the maintenance records.

3. Operations (O)

A. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ECS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING 21-30-02C (CAT) (MSN 1001 and up) – Pressurisation safety valve 1.

21-30-02C (CAT) (MSN 1001 and up) – Pressurisation safety valve

1. Placard

A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Pressurisation controls where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Before the flight, prepare the airplane to operate in unpressurised configuration:

1. Press DUMP switch.

2. Open the access door 11 BR and visually confirm that the outflow valve is fully open. The butterfly valve must be in the horizontal position.

3. Pull the following CBs:

Circuit Breaker

BUS

CPCS CH. 1 CPCS CH. 2

EPS BUS

MAIN BUS

B. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ACS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING 21-30-02D (NCO/SPO) (MSN 1001 and up) – Pressurisation safety valve 1.

21-30-02D (NCO/SPO) (MSN 1001 and up) – Pressurisation safety valve

1. Placard

A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Pressurisation controls where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Before the flight, prepare the airplane to operate in unpressurised configuration:

1. Press DUMP switch.

2. Open the access door 11 BR and visually confirm that the outflow valve is fully open. The butterfly valve must be in the horizontal position.

3. Pull the following CBs:

Circuit Breaker

BUS

CPCS CH. 1 CPCS CH. 2

EPS BUS

MAIN BUS

B. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ACS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

21-30-03A (ALL) – Cabin altitude indicator

1. Placard

21-30-03A (ALL) – Cabin altitude indicator 1. Placard A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in

A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Pressurisation controls where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Remove the Safety valve (Aircraft Maintenance Manual 21-30-02-00A-920A-A)

B. Install caps on all disconnected pneumatic lines.

C. Make a record in the maintenance records.

MSN 1001 and up:

None required.

3. Operations (O)

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ECS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

MSN 1001 and up:

A. Before the flight, prepare the airplane to operate in unpressurised configuration:

1. Press DUMP switch.

2. Open the access door 11 BR and visually confirm that the outflow valve is fully open. The butterfly valve must be in the horizontal position.

3. Pull the following CBs:

Circuit Breaker

BUS

CPCS CH. 1 CPCS CH. 2

EPS BUS

MAIN BUS

B. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ACS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING 21-30-04B (ALL) – Cabin altitude warning system 1. Placard A. Put

21-30-04B (ALL) – Cabin altitude warning system

1. Placard

A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Pressurisation controls where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Remove the Safety valve (Aircraft Maintenance Manual 21-30-02-00A-920A-A).

B. Install caps on all disconnected pneumatic lines.

C. Make a record in the maintenance records.

MSN 1001 and up:

None required.

3. Operations (O)

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ECS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

MSN 1001 and up:

A. Before the flight, prepare the airplane to operate in unpressurised configuration:

1. Press DUMP switch.

2. Open the access door 11 BR and visually confirm that the outflow valve is fully open. The butterfly valve must be in the horizontal position.

3. Pull the following CBs:

Circuit Breaker

BUS

CPCS CH. 1 CPCS CH. 2

EPS BUS

MAIN BUS

B. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ACS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

21-30-05A (ALL) – Cabin rate of climb indicator

1. Placard

(ALL) – Cabin rate of climb indicator 1. Placard A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard

A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Pressurisation controls where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Remove the Safety valve (Aircraft Maintenance Manual 21-30-02-00A-920A-A).

B. Install caps on all disconnected pneumatic lines.

C. Make a record in the maintenance records.

MSN 1001 and up:

None required.

3. Operations (O)

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ECS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

MSN 1001 and up:

A. Before the flight, prepare the airplane to operate in unpressurised configuration:

1. Press DUMP switch.

2. Open the access door 11 BR and visually confirm that the outflow valve is fully open. The butterfly valve must be in the horizontal position.

3. Pull the following CBs:

Circuit Breaker

BUS

CPCS CH. 1 CPCS CH. 2

EPS BUS

MAIN BUS

B. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ACS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING

ATA 21 – AIR CONDITIONING 21-30-06A (ALL) – Differential Pressure Indicator 1. Placard A. Put a

21-30-06A (ALL) – Differential Pressure Indicator

1. Placard

A. Put a PRESSURISATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Pressurisation controls where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Remove the Safety valve (Aircraft Maintenance Manual 21-30-02-00A-920A-A).

B. Install caps on all disconnected pneumatic lines.

C. Make a record in the maintenance records.

MSN 1001 and up:

None required.

3. Operations (O)

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ECS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

MSN 1001 and up:

A. Before the flight, prepare the airplane to operate in unpressurised configuration:

1. Press DUMP switch.

2. Open the access door 11 BR and visually confirm that the outflow valve is fully open. The butterfly valve must be in the horizontal position.

3. Pull the following CBs:

Circuit Breaker

BUS

CPCS CH. 1 CPCS CH. 2

EPS BUS

MAIN BUS

B. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

Note:

The ACS may be used normally to provide conditioned air to the cabin.

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ATA 22 - AUTOPILOT

22-10-01A (SPO/NCO) – Autopilot

1. Placard

MSN 101 – 888:

(SPO/NCO) – Autopilot 1. Placard MSN 101 – 888: A. Put an AUTOPILOT INOPERATIVE placard in

A. Put an AUTOPILOT INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Autopilot mode controller where it is visible to the flight crew.

MSN 1001 an up:

A. Put an AUTOPILOT INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the AFCS control panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Before flight, pull the "A/P" circuit breaker (AVIONIC 2 BUS).

B. Consider the increase in workload due to the unavailability of the AP and the prevailing conditions (e.g. crew skill level, IMC/VMC, Day/Night, duration of flight, complexity of the intended approach procedure, etc.). If the increase in workload may become excessively high then Pilatus recommends implementing suitable mitigations (e.g. safety pilot, change in flight plan, postponement of the flight, etc.).

Note:

RVSM operations not permitted.

MSN 1001 and up:

A. Before flight, pull the "A/P SERVO" circuit breaker (AVIONIC 1 BUS).

B. Consider the increase in workload due to the unavailability of the AP and the prevailing conditions (e.g. crew skill level, IMC/VMC, Day/Night, duration of flight, complexity of the intended approach procedure, etc.). If the increase in workload may become excessively high then Pilatus recommends implementing suitable mitigations (e.g. safety pilot, change in flight plan, postponement of the flight, etc.).

Note:

RVSM operations not permitted.

ATA 22 - AUTOPILOT

22-10-01B (CAT) – Autopilot

1. Placard

MSN 101 – 888:

22-10-01B (CAT) – Autopilot 1. Placard MSN 101 – 888: A. Put an AUTOPILOT INOPERATIVE placard

A. Put an AUTOPILOT INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Autopilot mode controller where it is visible to the flight crew.

MSN 1001 an up:

A. Put an AUTOPILOT INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the AFCS control panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Before flight, pull the "A/P" circuit breaker (AVIONIC 2 BUS).

B. Consider the increase in workload due to the unavailability of the AP and the prevailing conditions (e.g. crew skill level, IMC/VMC, Day/Night, duration of flight, complexity of the intended approach procedure, etc.). If the increase in workload may become excessively high then Pilatus recommends implementing suitable mitigations (e.g. safety pilot, change in flight plan, postponement of the flight, etc.).

Note:

RVSM operations not permitted.

MSN 1001 and up:

A. Before flight, pull the "A/P SERVO" circuit breaker (AVIONIC 1 BUS).

B. Consider the increase in workload due to the unavailability of the AP and the prevailing conditions (e.g. crew skill level, IMC/VMC, Day/Night, duration of flight, complexity of the intended approach procedure, etc.). If the increase in workload may become excessively high then Pilatus recommends implementing suitable mitigations (e.g. safety pilot, change in flight plan, postponement of the flight, etc.).

Note:

RVSM operations not permitted.

ATA 22 - AUTOPILOT

ATA 22 - AUTOPILOT 22-10-02A (ALL) (MSN 101 – 888) – Autopilot disconnect functions – Quick

22-10-02A (ALL) (MSN 101 – 888) – Autopilot disconnect functions – Quick release controls

1. Placard

A. Put an AUTOPILOT QUICK DISCONNECT INOPERATIVE placard in a position on the instrument panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Before flight, confirm that the A/P disconnect switch is operative on the pilot flying side:

1. Engage the autopilot.

2. Press the A/P disconnect switch on the pilot flying side.

3. Confirm that the autopilot disengages.

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ATA 23 - COMMUNICATION

23-30-01B (ALL) – Public address system

1. Placard

23-30-01B (ALL) – Public address system 1. Placard A. Put a PA SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in

A. Put a PA SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Audio panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Brief the cabin crew members (if carried) and the passengers on the communication procedures that will be used.

B. Use direct communication (verbal and with hand signs) between flight deck and cabin.

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ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 25-11-01-1A (ALL) – Flight crew compartment seats – Horizontal adjustment

25-11-01-1A (ALL) – Flight crew compartment seats – Horizontal adjustment

1. Placard

A. Put a SEAT HORIZONTAL ADJUSTMENT INOPERATIVE placard in a position on the instrument panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

Refer to the applicable seat Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) for support in the following procedures:

A. Determine the reason for the inoperativeness of the horizontal seat adjustment.

B. Move/adjust the seat position to the satisfaction of the pilot.

C. Consider the reason for the inoperativeness and use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure and lock the seat in this horizontal position. Make sure that the relevant pins fully engage in the seat track and that they are secure in this position.

D. Operate the rudder pedal adjustment to make sure it is operative.

Note:

No additional cushions are acceptable to achieve a seating position which is acceptable to the pilot.

3. Operations (O)

None required.

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 25-11-01-2A (ALL) – Flight crew compartment seats – Vertical adjustment

25-11-01-2A (ALL) – Flight crew compartment seats – Vertical adjustment

1. Placard

A. Put a SEAT VERTICAL ADJUSTMENT INOPERATIVE placard in a position on the instrument panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

Refer to the applicable seat Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) for support in the following procedures:

A. Determine the reason for the inoperativeness of the vertical seat adjustment.

B. Move/adjust the seat position to the satisfaction of the pilot.

C. Consider the reason for the inoperativeness and use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure and lock the seat in this vertical position.

Note:

No additional cushions are acceptable to achieve a seating position which is acceptable to the pilot.

3. Operations (O)

None required.

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 25-11-01-3A (ALL) – Flight Crew Compartment Seats – Other Adjustment

25-11-01-3A (ALL) – Flight Crew Compartment Seats – Other Adjustment except Horizontal, Vertical and Armrest Adjustment

1. Placard

A. Put a SEAT ADJUSTMENT INOPERATIVE placard in a position on the instrument panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

Refer to the applicable seat Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) for support in the following procedures:

A. Determine the reason for the inoperativeness of the seat adjustment.

B. Move/adjust the seat position to the satisfaction of the pilot.

C. Consider the reason for the inoperativeness and use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure and lock the seat in this position.

3. Operations (O)

None required.

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 25-11-01-5A (ALL) – Flight Crew Compartment Seats – Armrest 1.

25-11-01-5A (ALL) – Flight Crew Compartment Seats – Armrest

1. Placard

A. Put a FLIGHT CREW SEAT ARMREST INOPERATIVE placard on the affected armrest.

2. Maintenance (M)

Refer to the applicable seat Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) for support in the following procedures:

EITHER:

A. Use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure the armrest in a position where it does not hinder emergency egress, does not block access to the flight controls and does not restrict any other flight deck duties.

Note:

If this maintenance procedure is ineffective so that the inoperative armrest may harm the crewmember then no dispatch is permissible until the inoperative armrest is repaired.

OR:

A. Remove the inoperative armrest in accordance with Component Maintenance Manual (CMM).

3. Operations (O)

None required.

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS

25-21-01A (ALL) – Passenger seats

1. Placard

FURNISHINGS 25-21-01A (ALL) – Passenger seats 1. Placard A. Install the placards as described in the

A. Install the placards as described in the (M) procedure.

2. Maintenance (M)

Refer to the applicable seat Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) for support in the following procedures:

EITHER:

A. Make sure that the inoperative seat does not block an emergency exit. If required, use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure the seat in a position where it does not block the emergency exit.

B. Make sure that the inoperative seat does not restrict any passenger from access to the aeroplane aisle. If required, use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure the seat in a position where it does not restrict access.

C. Make sure that the inoperative seat is in the take-off position. If required, use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure the seat in the take-off position.

D. Put PASSENGER SEAT INOPERATIVE placard on the affected seat.

E. Put a conspicuous DO NOT OCCUPY placard on the affected seat. Secure the placard in such a way that it is not possible to occupy the seat without disturbing the placard, for example by securing the placard with tape between the seat and seatback.

OR:

A. Remove the inoperative seat from the aircraft (refer to Aircraft Maintenance Manual procedure).

3. Operations (O)

None required.

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 25-21-01-1A (ALL) – Passenger seats – Recline functions 1. Placard

25-21-01-1A (ALL) – Passenger seats – Recline functions

1. Placard

A. Put a SEAT RECLINE FUNCTION INOPERATIVE placard on the recline adjustment handle of the affected seat.

2. Maintenance (M)

Refer to the applicable seat Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) for support in the following procedures:

EITHER:

A. Determine the reason for the inoperativeness of the recline function.

B. Move/adjust the seatback to the vertical (take-off) position.

C. Consider the reason for the inoperativeness and use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure and lock the seat in this position.

OR:

A. Apply the procedures of 25-21-01A.

3. Operations (O)

None required.

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 25-21-01-3A (ALL) – Passenger seats – Armrests with recline/swivel control

25-21-01-3A (ALL) – Passenger seats – Armrests with recline/swivel control mechanism

1. Placard

B. Put a SEAT ARMREST INOPERATIVE placard on the armrest of the affected seat.

2. Maintenance (M)

Refer to the applicable seat Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) for support in the following procedures:

EITHER:

A. Make sure that the inoperative armrest does not block an emergency exit. If required, use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure the armrest in a position where it does not block the emergency exit.

B. Make sure that the inoperative armrest does not restrict any passengers from accessing the airplane’s aisle. If required, use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure the armrest in a position where it does not restrict access.

C. Make sure that the seat is secured in fully upright, fully outboard and fully aft (towards the tail of the aircraft) position.

OR:

A. Remove the inoperative armrest in accordance with Component Maintenance Manual (CMM).

B. Make sure that the seat is secured in fully upright, fully outboard and fully aft (towards the tail of the aircraft) position.

OR:

A. Apply the procedures of 25-21-01A.

3. Operations (O)

None required.

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 25-21-01-4A (ALL) – Passenger seats – Armrests without recline control

25-21-01-4A (ALL) – Passenger seats – Armrests without recline control mechanism

1. Placard

A. Put a SEAT ARMREST INOPERATIVE placard on the armrest of the affected seat.

2. Maintenance (M)

Refer to the applicable seat Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) for support in the following procedures:

EITHER:

A. Make sure that the inoperative armrest does not block an emergency exit. If required, use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure the armrest in a position where it does not block the emergency exit.

B. Make sure that the inoperative armrest does not restrict any passengers from accessing the airplane’s aisle. If required, use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure the armrest in a position where it does not restrict access.

OR:

A. Remove the inoperative armrest in accordance with Component Maintenance Manual (CMM).

B. Make sure that the seat is secured in fully upright position.

OR:

A. Apply the procedures of 25-21-01A.

3. Operations (O)

None required.

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 25-21-01-5A (ALL) – Passenger Seats – Swivel/Travel Mechanism 1. Placard

25-21-01-5A (ALL) – Passenger Seats – Swivel/Travel Mechanism

1. Placard

A. Put a SWIVEL/TRAVEL MECHANISM INOPERATIVE placard on the affected seat.

2. Maintenance (M)

Refer to the applicable seat Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) for support in the following procedures:

EITHER:

A. Make sure that the seat is secured in fully upright, fully outboard and fully aft (towards the tail of the aircraft) position. If required, use appropriate aircraft maintenance practice to secure the seat in this position.

OR:

B. Apply the procedures of 25-21-01A.

3. Operations (O)

None required.

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS

25-40-01A (ALL) – Lavatory waste system

1. Placard

25-40-01A (ALL) – Lavatory waste system 1. Placard A. Put a LAVATORY INOPERATIVE placard in the

A. Put a LAVATORY INOPERATIVE placard in the cockpit in a location that is visible to the flight crew.

B. Install the placard as described by the (M) procedure.

2. Maintenance (M)

A. Drain the waste in accordance with the "Operator's Manual with Illustrated Parts List" or the "SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL WITH ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST" for the "MODEL 50 SERIES Self-Contained AIRCRAFT TOILETS".

B. Inspect for signs of leakage.

C. Remove power from the toilet unit:

MSN 101 – 888:

Pull the "CABIN SERV 1" circuit breaker (NON-ESSENTIAL BUS). Disconnect, cap and stow the connector JP338. Push/close the "CABIN SERV 1" circuit breaker.

MSN 1001 and up:

Pull the "TOILET" circuit breaker (CABIN BUS).

D. Latch the lavatory door open and put an “INOPERATIVE-DO NOT USE” placard on the door. Install the placard in such a manner that it is not possible to operate the door without disturbing the placard.

3. Operations (O)

None required.

ATA 25 – EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS

25-64-01 (ALL) – Life Jackets

1. Placard

AND FURNISHINGS 25-64-01 (ALL) – Life Jackets 1. Placard A. Put a LIFE JACKET INOPERATIVE placard

A. Put a LIFE JACKET INOPERATIVE placard on the inoperative life jacket

2. Maintenance (M)

EITHER:

A. Remove the inoperative life jacket from its installed location.

B. Store the unit in the baggage compartment, out of sight, so it cannot be mistaken for a functional unit.

C. Make sure that the required distribution of operative life jackets is provided.

OR:

A. Remove the inoperative life jacket from its installed location.

3. Operations (O)

None required.

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ATA 27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS

ATA 27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS 27-10-01A (ALL) – Aileron trim position indication 1. Placard MSN 101

27-10-01A (ALL) – Aileron trim position indication

1. Placard

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Put an AILERON TRIM INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Triple trim indicator where it is visible to the flight crew.

MSN 1001 an up:

A. Put an AILERON TRIM INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard on the edge of the lower MFD. Make sure the display is not obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

Note: Two persons are required to perform the following procedure. One person operates the trim switch in the cockpit. The second person observes the aileron trim tab movement.

MSN 101 – 683:

A. Operate the trim tab through the full range of travel:

1. Check that the aileron trim tab moves through the full range of travel.

2. Check that the operation is not restricted.

B. Make sure the aileron control is centred. Install the gust lock.

C. Operate the trim so that the top surface of the aileron trim tab aligns with the top surface of the aileron (take-off setting).

D. Do not change the aileron trim setting on the ground before take-off. After take-off the aileron trim may be operated as required.

MSN 684 an up:

A. Operate the trim tab through the full range of travel:

1. Check that the aileron trim tab moves through the full range of travel.

2. Check that the operation is not restricted.

B. Make sure the aileron control is centred. Install the yoke gust lock.

C. Operate the trim so that the trailing edge of the aileron trim tab is approximately 6 mm up, measured from the centre of the trim tab trailing edge to the centre of the aileron trailing edge (take-off setting).

D. Do not change the aileron trim setting on the ground before take-off. After take-off the aileron trim may be operated as required.

ATA 27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS

ATA 27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS 27-20-01A (ALL) – Rudder trim position indication 1. Placard MSN 101

27-20-01A (ALL) – Rudder trim position indication

1. Placard

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Put a RUDDER TRIM INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Triple trim indicator where it is visible to the flight crew.

MSN 1001 an up:

A. Put an RUDDER TRIM INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard on the edge of the lower MFD. Make sure the display is not obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

Note: Two persons are required to perform the following procedure. One person operates the trim switch in the cockpit. The second person observes the rudder trim tab movement.

A. Operate the trim tab through the full range of travel:

1. Check that the rudder trim tab moves through the full range of travel.

2. Check that the operation is not restricted.

B. Make sure the rudder control is centred.

C. Operate the trim so that the rudder trim tab is approximately 14 mm left, looking forward and measured from the centre of the trim tab trailing edge to the centre of the rudder trailing edge.

D. Do not change the rudder trim setting on the ground before take-off. After take-off the rudder trim may be operated as required.

ATA 27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS

ATA 27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS 27-30-01A (ALL) – Stabiliser trim position indication 1. Placard MSN 101

27-30-01A (ALL) – Stabiliser trim position indication

1.

Placard

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Put a PITCH TRIM INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Triple trim indicator where it is visible to the flight crew.

MSN 1001 an up:

A. Put a PITCH TRIM INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard on the edge of the lower MFD. Make sure that the display is not obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

Note: Two persons are required to perform the following procedure. One person operates the trim switch in the cockpit. The second person observes the horizontal stabiliser movement.

A. Operate the pitch trim through the full range of travel:

1. Check that the horizontal stabiliser moves through the full range of travel.

2. Check that the operation is not restricted.

B. Operate the pitch trim so that the horizontal stabiliser trim mark is within the green take-off area (on the left side of the bullet fairing).

C. Do not change the pitch trim setting on the ground before take-off. After take-off the pitch trim may be operated as required.

ATA 27 – FLIGHT CONTROLS

27-50-01A (ALL) – Flap position indication

1. Placard

MSN 101 – 888:

– Flap position indication 1. Placard MSN 101 – 888: A. Put a FLAPS POSITION INDICATION

A. Put a FLAPS POSITION INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Flaps position indicator where it is visible to the flight crew.

MSN 1001 an up:

A. Put a FLAPS POSITION INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard on the upper edge of the lower MFD. Make sure that the display is not obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

Note: Two persons are required to perform the following procedure. One person operates the flaps control in the cockpit. The second person observes the flaps movement.

A. Operate the flaps through the full range of travel:

1. Check that the flaps move through the full range of travel.

2. Check that the operation is not restricted.

B. Set the flaps by moving the flaps selector handle to the required take-off flaps setting detent. Check that the flaps move and then stop at a reasonable position for the selected setting.

C. Do not change flaps setting on the ground before take-off. After take-off the flaps may be normally operated as required.

ATA 28 – FUEL

28-40-01A (ALL) – Fuel quantity indication

1. Placard

MSN 101 – 888:

– Fuel quantity indication 1. Placard MSN 101 – 888: A. Put a FUEL QTY INDICATION

A. Put a FUEL QTY INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Engine instrument system (EIS) where it is visible to the flight crew.

MSN 1001 an up:

A. Put a FUEL QTY INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard on the upper edge of the lower MFD. Make sure that the display is not obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Prior to each departure:

1. Refuel the aircraft to maximum.

2. Operate all three trims through the full range and make sure that correct movement is indicated on the trim indications.

B. During flight:

1. Limit the flight duration to maximum three (3) hours.

2. At intervals not exceeding 20 minutes make sure there are no indications of a potential fuel imbalance (increased aileron control forces). Disconnect the autopilot, if used, for this check.

Note:

If there are indications of a potential fuel imbalance, use fuel transfer to balance the fuel and land as soon as practical.

ATA 28 – FUEL

28-40-01B (ALL) – Fuel quantity indication

1. Placard

MSN 101 – 888:

– Fuel quantity indication 1. Placard MSN 101 – 888: A. Put a FUEL QTY INDICATION

A. Put a FUEL QTY INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Engine instrument system (EIS) where it is visible to the flight crew.

MSN 1001 an up:

A. Put a FUEL QTY INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard on the upper edge of the lower MFD. Make sure that the display is not obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Prior to each departure:

1. Fuel the aircraft on the wing with the operative fuel quantity indication at least to a level which can be clearly seen through the filler port.

2. Visually compare the fuel level in the tanks and fuel the aircraft on the wing with the inoperative fuel quantity indication to the same level as the opposite tank.

3. Calculate two times the indicated fuel quantity on the operative fuel quantity indication. Use this amount of fuel for the flight planning. Double the applicable fuel reserve requirements

4. Prior to each departure, operate all three trims through the full range and make sure that correct movement is indicated on the trim indications.

B. During flight:

1. At intervals not exceeding 20 minutes make sure there are no indications of a potential fuel imbalance (increased aileron control forces). Disconnect the autopilot, if used, for this check.

Note:

If there are indications of a potential fuel imbalance, use fuel transfer to balance the fuel and land as soon as practical.

ATA 30 – ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION

30-31-01A (CAT) – Pitot heating system

1. Placard

30-31-01A (CAT) – Pitot heating system 1. Placard A. Put a PITOT HEATING SYSTEM (LH) or

A. Put a PITOT HEATING SYSTEM (LH) or (RH) INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Ice protection panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Before each departure, check the operative pitot heater as follows:

1. Set PROBES switch on the overhead panel to ON.

2. Make sure the operative pitot heater is operative by carefully touching the Pitot tube with the hand to feel if it is warm.

B. During flight:

1. Operate only in day Visual meteorological conditions (VMC).

2. Do no operate in visible moisture.

C. Do not operate into known or forecast icing conditions.

ATA 30 – ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION

30-31-03B (CAT) – Static port heating system

1. Placard

30-31-03B (CAT) – Static port heating system 1. Placard A. Put a STATIC PORT HEATING LH/RH

A. Put a STATIC PORT HEATING LH/RH SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Ice protection panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Before each departure, check the operative pitot heater as follows:

1. Set PROBES switch on the overhead panel to ON.

2. Make sure the operative static port heater is operative by carefully touching the edge of the static port with the hand to feel if it is warm. Do not touch the static port holes to prevent contamination.

B. During flight:

1. Operate only in day Visual meteorological conditions (VMC).

2. Do no operate in visible moisture.

C. Do not operate into known or forecast icing conditions.

ATA 30 – ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION

30-41-01A (ALL) – Windshield heating system

1. Placard

30-41-01A (ALL) – Windshield heating system 1. Placard A. Put a WINDSHIELD HEATING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard

A. Put a WINDSHIELD HEATING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Ice protection panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

A. Make sure that at least one heating panel on the windshield is operative:

1. Set LH WSH switch on the overhead panel to ON and select HEAVY.

2. Make sure that at least one area of the windshield in front of the pilot in the left seat is operative by touching the windshield with the hand to feel if it is warm.

3. Observe the AMP indications on the overhead panel when the LH WSH switch is turned on. Make sure an increased current draw is indicated.

3. Operations (O)

None required.

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ATA 31 – INDICATING AND RECORDING SYSTEMS 31-22-01A (ALL) – Hour meter 1. Placard A.

ATA 31 – INDICATING AND RECORDING SYSTEMS

31-22-01A (ALL) – Hour meter

1. Placard

A. Put an HOUR METER INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Hour meter where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Measure flight time as required by the operator.

B. Record the flight time as required by regulations.

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ATA 32 – LANDING GEAR

32-40-01A (ALL) – Parking brake

1. Placard

LANDING GEAR 32-40-01A (ALL) – Parking brake 1. Placard A. Put a PARKING BRAKE INOPERATIVE placard

A. Put a PARKING BRAKE INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Parking brake handle where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. When no pilot is seated in the pilot seat, secure the aircraft by applying wheel chocks and, in case of strong winds, wing tie down (AFM Section 8 “Parking”/”Mooring”).

B. When a pilot is seated at the pilot station, pay attention to inadvertent aircraft movement and use wheel brakes as necessary.

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ATA 33 – LIGHTS

ATA 33 – LIGHTS 33-20-02A (ALL) – Cabin signs – Fasten seat belt/No smoking 1. Placard

33-20-02A (ALL) – Cabin signs – Fasten seat belt/No smoking

1. Placard

A. Put a CABIN SIGNS INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the PASS WNG section of the overhead panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Brief the cabin crew members (if carried) and the passengers on the communication procedures that will be used.

B. Use direct communication (verbal and with hand signs) between flight deck and cabin to advise occupants when the seatbelts must be fastened and when smoking is prohibited.

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ATA 34 – NAVIGATION

34-15-01A (ALL) – Altitude alerting system

1. Placard

MSN 101 – 888:

– Altitude alerting system 1. Placard MSN 101 – 888: A. Put an ALTITUDE ALERTING SYSTEM

A. Put an ALTITUDE ALERTING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Autopilot mode controller where it is visible to the flight crew.

MSN 1001 an up:

A. Put an ALTITUDE ALERTING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the AFCS control panel where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Flights in RVSM and MNPS airspace not permitted.

B. Check and observe any applicable AFM Section 2 “Limitations”.

C. During the flight, use altitude hold (ALT) and autopilot functions for all operations for which they are appropriate.

D. Crosscheck pilot and co-pilot altitude displays upon reaching and leaving assigned altitudes.

E. Monitor altitude indications when maintaining an assigned altitude.

ATA 34 – NAVIGATION

ATA 34 – NAVIGATION 34-20-01B (CAT) – Stabilized direction indication 1. Placard MSN 101 – 888:

34-20-01B (CAT) – Stabilized direction indication

1. Placard

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Put a STABILISED DIRECTION INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the EHSI where it is visible to the flight crew.

MSN 1001 an up:

A. Put a STABILISED DIRECTION INDICATION INOPERATIVE placard on the edge of the PFD where it is visible to the flight crew. Make sure the display is not obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Operate only under day Visual Flight Rules (VFR) conditions.

B. Make sure that the magnetic/standby compass is operative.

C. Make sure that the operative stabilized direction indication is displayed at each required pilot's station.

ATA 34 – NAVIGATION

34-20-02B (CAT) – Primary attitude indication

1. Placard

MSN 101 – 888:

– Primary attitude indication 1. Placard MSN 101 – 888: A. Put a PRIMARY ATTITUDE INDICATION

A. Put a PRIMARY ATTITUDE INDICATION (EADI) INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the EADI where it is visible to the flight crew.

MSN 1001 an up:

A. Put a PRIMARY ATTITUDE INDICATION (EADI) INOPERATIVE placard on the edge of the PFD where it is visible to the flight crew. Make sure the display is not obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

MSN 101 – 888:

A. Operate only under day Visual flight rules (VFR) conditions.

B. Make sure that standby attitude indication (mechanical gyro) is operative.

C. Set the applicable EFIS switch to the CMPST position.

MSN 1001 an up:

A. Operate only under day Visual flight rules (VFR) conditions.

B. Make sure that the standby attitude indication (ESIS) is operative.

C. Set the applicable PFD knob on the display reversion control panel to the OFF/REV (PILOT PFD) or OFF (CO-PILO PFD) position.

ATA 34 – NAVIGATION

ATA 34 – NAVIGATION 34-40-01A (CAT) – Traffic alert and collision avoidance system (TCAS) 1. Placard

34-40-01A (CAT) – Traffic alert and collision avoidance system (TCAS)

1. Placard

A. Put a TCAS INOPERATIVE placard in a position on the instrument panel where it is visible to the flight crew. Make sure that no displays or other placards are obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

A. Pull the "TCAS" circuit breaker (AVIONIC 2 BUS).

Note: A flight crew member may be authorised to perform this procedure.

3. Operations (O)

A. Make sure that TCAS is not required by regulations for the intended flight.

ATA 34 – NAVIGATION

ATA 34 – NAVIGATION 34-40-01B (NCO/SPO) – Traffic alert and collision avoidance system (TCAS) 1. Placard

34-40-01B (NCO/SPO) – Traffic alert and collision avoidance system (TCAS)

1. Placard

A. Put a TCAS INOPERATIVE placard in a position on the instrument panel where it is visible to the flight crew. Make sure that no displays or other placards are obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

A. Pull the "TCAS" circuit breaker (AVIONIC 2 BUS).

Note: A flight crew member may be authorised to perform this procedure.

3. Operations (O)

A. Make sure that the flight is not conducted in airspace where TCAS is required.

ATA 34 – NAVIGATION

34-43-01-3A (ALL) – TAWS / Advisory call-outs

1. Placard

34-43-01-3A (ALL) – TAWS / Advisory call-outs 1. Placard A. Put a TAWS ADVISORY CALL-OUTS INOPERATIVE

A. Put a TAWS ADVISORY CALL-OUTS INOPERATIVE placard in a position on the instrument panel where it is visible to the flight crew. Make sure that no displays or other placards are obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Review the Minimum Safe Altitudes (MSA) along the route, at the destination and any alternate airports.

B. During the flight, monitor flight progress with reference to MSA along the route and especially during descent and approach.

C. Avoid descending below MSA unless visual ground contact has been established.

D. Do not perform low visibility approaches requiring the use of the affected call-outs.

ATA 34 – NAVIGATION

34-51-01A (CAT) – Navigation system

1. Placard

NAVIGATION 34-51-01A (CAT) – Navigation system 1. Placard A. Put a NAVIGATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in

A. Put a NAVIGATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position on the instrument panel where it is visible to the flight crew. Make sure that no displays or other placards are obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Make sure that the available navigation equipment is sufficient for the intended flight route and type of operation (VFR/IFR).

B. Establish procedures to use alternative instrumentation to ensure the navigation capability required for the intended flight.

A. Review and brief before flight the alternate procedures established under (B).

ATA 34 – NAVIGATION

34-51-01B (NCO/SPO) – Navigation system

1. Placard

34-51-01B (NCO/SPO) – Navigation system 1. Placard A. Put a NAVIGATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a

A. Put a NAVIGATION SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position on the instrument panel where it is visible to the flight crew. Make sure that no displays or other placards are obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Make sure that the available navigation equipment is sufficient for the intended flight route and type of operation (VFR/IFR).

B. Establish procedures to use alternative instrumentation to ensure the navigation capability required for the intended flight.

C. Review and brief before flight the alternate procedures established under (B).

ATA 35 – OXYGEN

ATA 35 – OXYGEN 35-10-01-1A (ALL) – Flight crew fixed oxygen system – Flight deck pressure

35-10-01-1A (ALL) – Flight crew fixed oxygen system – Flight deck pressure indicator

1. Placard

A. Put an O2 PRESSURE INDICATOR INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Flight deck pressure indication where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Make sure that the available oxygen quantity is sufficient for the intended flight by using the pressure gauge located on the bottle (AFM Section 4, Normal Procedures, Oxygen System).

ATA 35 – OXYGEN

ATA 35 – OXYGEN

35-20-01A (ALL) – Passenger Oxygen System

35 – OXYGEN 35-20-01A (ALL) – Passenger Oxygen System 1. Placard A. Put a PAX O2

1. Placard

A. Put a PAX O2 SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position near the Flight deck pressure indication where it is visible to the flight crew.

2. Operations (O)

A. Make sure that the Air conditioning system is operative. Make sure that there is flow from air outlets.

B. Set the Oxygen control valve to the “OFF” position.

C. Brief the passengers that the Oxygen masks depicted on the Safety briefing cards are inoperative, but that they will not be required due to the selected flight altitude.

D. Consider in the flight planning that no oxygen is available to the passengers. Consider options (e.g. possibility to descend to a lower altitude) should a passenger develop a condition where use of supplemental oxygen may be advised.

E. Perform the flight at an altitude not exceeding 10,000 ft. AMSL.

3. Operations (O)

None required.

ATA 52 – DOORS

52-10-01A (ALL) – Door key locks

1. Placard

52 – DOORS 52-10-01A (ALL) – Door key locks 1. Placard A. Put a DOOR LOCKS

A. Put a DOOR LOCKS INOPERATIVE placard in a position on the instrument panel where it is visible to the flight crew. Make sure that no displays or other placards are obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

A. Remove the door lock (use applicable Aircraft Maintenance Manual part for passenger or cargo door, Section 1, Removal).

Note: It is permissible to only remove the locking cam and leave the lock installed.

B. Install the trim (use applicable AMM chapter, Section 2, Installation).

3. Operations (O)

None required.

ATA 52 – DOORS

ATA 52 – DOORS 52-70-01A (ALL) – Door warning system (Caption and voice callout) 1. Placard

52-70-01A (ALL) – Door warning system (Caption and voice callout)

1. Placard

A. Put a DOOR WARNING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE placard in a position on the instrument panel where it is visible to the flight crew. Make sure that no displays or other placards are obstructed.

2. Maintenance (M)

None required.

3. Operations (O)

A. Instruct passengers to keep their seatbelts fastened during the entire flight.

B. Instruct passengers not to operate the door mechanism except when directed to do so by the pilot.