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foreword

This Flight Crew Training Manual is an essential tool to learn the ATR standard operating
procedures. It has been conceived as the standard baseline for all ATR flight crew training.
To facilitate the learning process, procedures are presented in a pedagogical and user-
friendly way, with, when necessary, a visualization of cockpit flows and schematics of flight
patterns.

This manual is a comprehensive document that efficiently complements FCOM procedures.


It is divided into two volumes:
Normal Procedures and Emergency & Abnormal Procedures.

In the Normal Procedures manual, procedures are presented with detailed task sharing
and include standard call outs. Additional procedures relating to specific operations and to
equipments uses are part of this manual.

In the Emergency & Abnormal Procedures manual, the general management of abnormal
situations is explained. Then, a detailed presentation of the procedures to apply per specific
situation is made.

This latest revision encompasses all the changes agreed in 2008 during a comprehensive
review of the ATR operational documentation (AFM, FCOM & QRH).
NB: Should you find any discrepancy in the emergency procedures between the FCTM and the AFM,
please follow the AFM procedures.

The Training and Flight Operations support team.


EMERGENCY & ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
ORGANIZATION JUN 09
OF THE MANUAL

TOP OF PAGE

1 2 4 01.01
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INTRODUCTION
3 7 SEPT 08

1 ATC logo
2 Part title
3 Chapter title
4 Chapter & sections numbers
5 Page numbering for the section
6 Sequence number
7 Date of issue

LATERAL BOOKMARK
42 not PEC
72 not PEC

ALL ATR
42 PEC
72 PEC

shows aircraft type for which page is effective: please refer to it before study.
72 PEC refers to 72-500
42 PEC refers to 42-500
72 not PEC refers to 72-200/210
42 not PEC refers to 42-300/320

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EMERGENCY & ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
CONTENTS JUN 09

INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................... 01
1. Task sharing............................................................................................................................. 01.01
1.1. In-flight engin e management............................................................................................... 01.01 2
1.2. Priorities management......................................................................................................... 01.01 2
1.3. Flight path management...................................................................................................... 01.01 2
1.4. Task sharing policy.............................................................................................................. 01.01 2
2. Cockpit philosophy................................................................................................................. 01.02
2.1. Dark cockpit philosophy....................................................................................................... 01.02 1
2.2. Detection sequence............................................................................................................ 01.02 1
3. Emergency and abnormal situations.................................................................................... 01.03
3.1. Emergency situation definition............................................................................................. 01.03 1
3.2. Abnormal situation definition............................................................................................... 01.03 1
3.3. Standard communication.................................................................................................... 01.03 1

DOCUMENTATION. ................................................................................................................. 02
1. ATR Documentation................................................................................................................ 02.01
2. How to find the correct checklist.......................................................................................... 02.01
3. Use of the checklist................................................................................................................. 02.03
3.1. Confirmation........................................................................................................................ 02.03 1
3.2. The read and do and crosscheck procedure....................................................................... 02.03 1
3.3. Preconditions...................................................................................................................... 02.03 2
3.4. Memo items........................................................................................................................ 02.03 2

FAILURE TREATMENT CONCEPT.................................................................................. 03


1. Philosophy................................................................................................................................ 03.01
1.1. Never hurry.......................................................................................................................... 03.01 1
1.2. Check system...................................................................................................................... 03.01 1
1.3. Reset policy......................................................................................................................... 03.01 1
1.4. Circuit breaker policy........................................................................................................... 03.01 1
1.5. Checklist priority.................................................................................................................. 03.01 1
2. Sequence.................................................................................................................................. 03.02
3. Checklist reading.................................................................................................................... 03.02
4. Sum up - Decision - Information........................................................................................... 03.04
4.1. Sum up................................................................................................................................ 03.04 1
4.2. Decision.............................................................................................................................. 03.04 1
4.3. Information.......................................................................................................................... 03.04 1
5. Aircraft configuration management...................................................................................... 03.04
6. System failure treatment - example...................................................................................... 03.06

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EMERGENCY & ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
CONTENTS JUN 09

ABNORMAL SITUATIONS. .................................................................................................. 04


1. Wake turbulence...................................................................................................................... 04.02
2. Windshear................................................................................................................................ 04.02
2.1. Description.......................................................................................................................... 04.02 1
2.2. Procedures......................................................................................................................... 04.02 2
2.3. Comments.......................................................................................................................... 04.02 2
3. Unusual attitude recovery...................................................................................................... 04.02
3.1. Stall recovery....................................................................................................................... 04.02 2
3.2. Bounce landing................................................................................................................... 04.02 2
3.3. Hazardous positions........................................................................................................... 04.02 2
4. Crew member incapacitation................................................................................................. 04.04
4.1. General................................................................................................................................ 04.04 1
4.2. Recognition......................................................................................................................... 04.04 1
4.3. Action................................................................................................................................. 04.04 1
5. Rudder use............................................................................................................................... 04.05
5.1. General................................................................................................................................ 04.05 1
5.2. Rudder design functions..................................................................................................... 04.05 1
6. Terrain Avoidance Warning.................................................................................................... 04.06
7. TCAS.......................................................................................................................................... 04.07
7.1. Definition.............................................................................................................................. 04.07 1
7.2. TCAS Procedures................................................................................................................ 04.07 3
8. Aircraft Performance Monitoring (APM).............................................................................. 04.08
9. Engine fire before V1 and emergency evacuation................................................................ 04.09
10. Engine fire after V1. ............................................................................................................... 04.10
11. Engine flame out after V1...................................................................................................... 04.11
12. Single engine go around....................................................................................................... 04.12
13. Emergency descent............................................................................................................... 04.13

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1. Task sharing
The organization of general task sharing follows the principles stated below. The pilot actually flying
keeps his role throughout the emergency procedure. Radio communications can be transferred
from PNF to PF while performing Emer/Abnorm Checklist.

Cockpit organization Captain CM1 First Officer CM2


Left seat Right seat

Task Pilot in charge


Decision making Captain

ALL ATR
CM1 & CM2 take turns for PF & PNF.

Pilot in charge
Tasks
PNF PF
Flying/aircraft config

Navigate

Mechanical / Checklists

Communicate

During
Emer/Abnorm
C/L, PF is in charge
of communication

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1.1. In-flight engine management

PF manages power levers or asks for setting, when necessary.

PNF manages condition levers.

1.2. Priorities management

Task sharing, whoever is in charge of a function, follows a strict priority of application:


Fly the aircraft
Navigate the aircraft
Understand the problem before acting
Assess risk and time pressure
Match response strategy to simulation requirements
Plan for contingencies
Consider implications before decision
Manage workload
Create shared problem model by communications

1.3. Flight path management


ALL ATR

Captain may decide to change Pilot Flying, (in case of TCAS procedure for instance) and announce
"IHAVE CONTROL" or "YOU HAVE CONTROL".

PF may decide to transfer flight controls to PNF in certain circumstances (elevator control jammed
for instance), in that case PF will announce "YOU HAVE CONTROL" and check control transfer.
PNF will announce "I HAVE CONTROL".

1.4. Task sharing policy

On ground
Captain is PF for any action, except engine start which is performed by CM2.

In flight
Following emergency or abnormal events, PF assesses the situation and then suggest a decision,
validated by Captain.

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2. Cockpit philosophy
To achieve aircraft systems monitoring, the information of any failure or abnormal / emergency
situation has to be clearly notified to the crew .To reach this goal, ATR's philosophy is based on
two main principles:

2.1. Dark cockpit philosophy


In normal operation, all lights, except blue or green lights for transient phases, are extinguished.

No light = normal operation

Remember lights philosophy:


Dark (no light) normal operation
Amber caution
Red emergency
White System is OFF
Blue status (switched temporary ON by crew)
Green backup (switched temporary ON by system)

ALL ATR
2.2. Detection sequence
In case of system failure, information is provided to the crew:

1 - CREW INFORMATION

+ CRC
(Continuous
repetitive chime) 2 - SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION

or CAP

+ SC
(Single chime)

PNF CALL 3 - ISOLATION

"MASTER WARNING / CAUTION" LOCAL ALERT


PNF CALL
"XXX (system) ON CAP"
FAULT

PNF CALL
"XXX (system) FAULT"

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3. Emergency and abnormal situations


3.1. Emergency situation dfinition
ICAO definition:

"A condition of being threatened by serious and/or imminent danger and of requiring immediate
assistance."
Such a situation is encountered when aircraft safety is directly concerned. It includes emergency
manoeuvers, fires, smokes, and needs immediate assistance.
It's generally triggered by Master Warning + Continuous Repetitive Chime + red light on CAP, and
refer to an emergency C/L (red).
Example: Engine fire, smoke

3.2. Abnormal situation definition

ICAO definition:

"A condition concerning the safety of an aircraft or other vehicle, or of some person on board or
within sight, but which does not require immediate assistance."

Such a situation is encountered when aircraft safety is not directly concerned. It includes system
failures or unusual events.
It's generally triggered by Master Caution + Single Chime + amber light on CAP, and refer to
ALL ATR

Following failure C/L (amber). PF may delay crew actions or C/L, if necessary.
Example: Engine flame out.

3.3. Standard communication

Distress (Emergency) message Urgency (Abnormal) message

(a) MAYDAY; MAYDAY; MAYDAY; (a) PAN PAN; PAN PAN; PAN PAN;

(b) N ame of the station addressed (when appropriate and time and
circumstances permitting);
(c) Callsign;
(d) Type of aircraft;
(e) Nature of the emergency
(f) Intention of the person-in-command;

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1. ATR documentation
FCOM used in flight
Provide detailed information about malfunctions:
ALERT-PROCEDURE-COMMENTS QRH
Once the procedure is complete, Quick Reference Handbook provides checklist
if needed and depending on workload, presenting only procedures
it can be used in flight.

ALL ATR

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2. How to find the correct checklist


The procedures in the QRH are classified in three parts: "Emergency", ""following failures" and
"normal procedures".

RED COVER: EMERGENCY

Listed in this section are all distress situations and emergency procedures (generally linked to a
RED ALARM).
An illuminated CAP label and local alert(s) show the origin of the failure to the crew.
Read the table of contents and select the most appropriate heading for the given situation.

AMBER COVER: FOLLOWING FAILURES

In this section you will find the urgency situations and all the abnormal malfunctions linked either to
AMBER or RED ALARMS.
An illuminated CAP label shows the crew either the origin of the failure ELEC or an abnormal
configuration LDG GEAR
NOT DOWN

The crew must refer to the relevant subsection:


ALL ATR

ELEC: FCOM 2.05.04


ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

The local alert informs the crew on the exact checklist:

FAULT

"DC GEN FAULT C/L" is the checklist to be called.

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3. Use of the checklist


3.1. Confirmation
Before reading the checklist the crew will confirm it is the appropriate one:

PNF PF

When available, PF requests


the appropriate C/L

ANNOUNCE
"DC GEN FAULT CHECKLIST"

PNF shows C/L title to PF

ANNOUNCE
"DC GEN FAULT CHECKLIST?"
CHECK AND ANNOUNCE
"CONFIRM"

After completion of C/L

ANNOUNCE
"DC GEN FAULT CHECKLIST COMPLETED"

3.2. The read and do and crosscheck procedure

ALL ATR
Aircraft in flight

PNF reads out the item loudly and performs the required action AFTER PF confirmation.

PNF PF

PNF Reading the C/L

READ AND ANNOUNCE


"DC GEN AFFECTEDOFF"

PNF points out the DC GEN PB

ANNOUNCE
"DC GEN 1?"

CHECK AND ANNOUNCE


"CONFIRM"

After PF confirmation, PNF depresses


DCGEN 1 PB

ANNOUNCE
"OFF"

Aircraft on ground

Aircraft is stopped and parking brake set. CM1 performs the required actions as stated in the
emergency procedure. CM2 reads the checklist and controls CM1 actions. No crosscheck
procedure needed.

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3.3. Preconditions
A black square highlights a precondition: PNF will announce "YES OR NO?" at the end of the
item to help PF's decision.

A black dot highlights when an action has to be applied.


When

Yes or no?

Note: When an item refers to another checklist, read all items of present C/L before performing the
other one.

3.4. Memo items


It is a flow of actions known by heart that has to be performed by the crew (see checklist above).
Memo items are boxed inside the checklist and have to be read back when the relevant checklist
ALL ATR

is performed.
As soon as the flight path is controlled, and after confirmation of the failure or the emergency/
abnormal situation, PF orders "xxx MEMO ITEMS"
Except for engine flame out, which requires immediate check or action before reaching acceleration
altitude. In this case, the memo items will be initiated by PNF without any PF call out.

Note: for an engine flame out , PNF will perform the first part of memory items without PF order:
uptrim
autofeather
Cont Relight / bleed fault lit (according to the situation)

PNF PF
After confirmation of the event:

ANNOUNCE
"xxx MEMO ITEMS"

Act and crosscheck by memory Act and crosscheck by memory

After completion of all items

ANNOUNCE
"xxx MEMO ITEMS COMPLETE"
ANNOUNCE
"xxx CHECKLIST"

After confirmation of title, start to read back


boxed items and then perform checklist

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CONCEPT

1. Philosophy
1.1. Never hurry
Take time to analyze the situation before acting!
1.2. Check system (analysis of failure)
Four checks must be undertaken for failure confirmation. They are triggered by PF, and made
byPNF:

Control: system command in a logical position? Reset?


Supply: supply source(s) available?
Circuit breakers: C/B pop out?
Lighting: bulb(s), digit(s) working?

1.3. Reset policy


At PF discretion, one reset of a push button of a failed system, associated with an amber caution,
may be performed by selecting system related push button OFF for 3 seconds and then ON.

Exceptions: LEAKS, LO LEVEL, EEC/ECU, PEC, BUS.

1.4. Circuit breaker policy

ALL ATR
In flight, a pilot should re-engage a tripped circuit breaker only if it is judged necessary for the safe
continuation of the flight. In such case, only one re-engagement should be attempted and then
recorded in maintenance logbook.
On the ground, a pilot may re-engage a tripped circuit breaker provided the action is coordinated
with the maintenance team.

1.5. Checklist priority


While performing a failure procedure, the crew will respect the following checklist priority:

EMERGENCY
NORMAL
ABNORMAL

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2. Sequence
Flight events PNF PF

MASTER WARNING PNF checks the master warning or caution is


or flashing, and the CAP sign is illuminated.
MASTER CAUTION
+ ANNOUNCE
ORAL "MASTER xxxx, xxxx ON CAP"

ANNOUNCE
LOCAL ALERT Cancels by pressing warning or caution push button, "CHECK"
LIGHTED then checks local alert if lighted, and:

ANNOUNCE
"xxxx FAULT (OR NAME OF EVENT)"

PF acknowledges identification of failure and, when


available:

REQUEST
"CHECK SYSTEM"

PNF analyzes failure (see 1.2.):

ANNOUNCE
"SYSTEM CHECKED,
xxxx FAILURE CONFIRMED" (or not)

ANNOUNCE
"XXXX CHECKLIST"
ALL ATR

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3. Checklist reading
The checklist reading is triggered by PF, and never before the acceleration altitude has been
reached. PNF must read and execute each item under PF cross-check. Associated notes must be
read aloud for complete understanding.
On the ground, in emergency situation, CM1 performs actions without request CONFIRM? Before
acting, but under CM2 monitoring.
When a C/L refers to another one, the first C/L is complete only when the second C/L is done.

CAUTION: When the first checklist is completed, PNF clears the CAP by pressing CLR PB
(aftercheck of each CAP lights).
i.e.: 1) When ENG FIRE C/L is complete, then
2) CAP analyzed and cleared, then
3) SINGLE ENG OPERATION C/L.

C/L is read by PNF in flight and by CM2 on the ground.

Note: In case of heavy workload, captain may agree to PF request: ____ checklist, by yourself.
That means PNF has to announce loudly and check every item himself.

ALL ATR

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4. Sum up / Decision / Information


4.1. Sum up
Once the checklist is completed, PF sums up situation by taking into account the three following
aspects: T-O-C
Technical assessment: consider consequences of a failure on systems (fuel, electricity,
hydraulic, air conditioning) (helped by pressing RCL push button).
Operational assessment: consider the possibility to land at destination or at alternate
depending on failure type (i.e.: degraded anti-icing system and icing conditions reported at
destination).
Commercial assessment: consider passengers or crew casualties (e.g.: depressurization)
and also in case of diversion, capacity to bring back passengers to destination airport (train,
bus...), in accordance with operator policy.

4.2. Decision
After performing the assessment, PF is able to suggest a decision, validated by Captain.
Crew must assess before making a decision

4.3. Information
PF and PNF plan together the consequences of failure(s) encountered.
Then PNF informs, if necessary:  ATC
ALL ATR

Flight attendant
Passengers
Airline flight operations.

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5. Aircraft configuration management


Aircraft configuration: Normal versus Single engine operation

Normal procedure Single engine procedure

Glide Slope alive: Flaps 15 Glide Slope alive: Flaps 15


ILS 1 dot: Gear down Glide Slope Star: Gear down
dot: Flaps 30/35 Established in descent: Flaps 30/35

4 Nm / 2 min. before FAP/FAF:


4 Nm / 2 min. before FAP/FAF:
Non Precision Flaps 15
Flaps 15 + Gear down
Approach 1 Nm before FAP/FAF: Gear down
1 Nm before FAP/FAF: Flaps 30/35
Established in descent: Flaps 30/35

Flaps 15 Flaps 15: Refer to ILS or NPA


+ Gear down: R  efer to ILS or NPA sequence
Circle to Land sequence End of Downwind: Gear down
Read " Before landing C/L " Read " Before landing C/L "
Aligned on final RWY: Flaps 30/35 Aligned on final RWY: Flaps 30/35

In single engine operation, bank can be selected high (HDG SEL HI) as soon as speed is more
than White bug + 10.

ALL ATR

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6. System failure treatment - example


Example of a DC GEN FAULT treatment:

Flight events PNF PF

MC + SC ANNOUNCE AND DO
+ ELEC ON CAP "MASTER CAUTION, ELEC ON CAP"
+ DC GEN 2 FAULT MASTER CAUTION PB............DEPRESS
(LOCAL ALERT)

AFTER ANNOUNCE
ASSOCIATED PANEL "DC GEN 2 FAULT"
CHECK ANNOUNCE
"CHECK"
DO ORDER
DC GEN PB............ CHECK DEPRESSED IN "CHECK SYSTEM"
ENGINE 2 NH........... CHECK ABOVE 61.5%
CIRCUIT BREAKER..........................CHECK
LIGHTING..........................................TEST
(PERFORM ANN LIGHT IF NECESSARY)

ANNOUNCE
"SYSTEM CHECKED"

IF NO ABNORMAL
DO AND ANNOUNCE ORDER
CONDITION IS NOTED
DC GEN 2.......... POINTED AT WITH FINGER "RESET DC GEN 2"
DURING "DC GEN 2?"
SYSTEM CHECK
DO AND ANSWER
DO AND ANNOUNCE ITEM POINTED AT BY PNF.............CHECK
DC GEN 2....................OFF (for 3 seconds)
ALL ATR

"CONFIRM"
"OFF"
DC GEN 2........................................... ON
"ON"

IF FAULT ON DC GEN
2 PB REAPPEARS
ANNOUNCE
"DC GEN 2 FAILURE CONFIRMED" ORDER
"DC GEN FAULT CHECKLIST,
RADIO MY SIDE"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
DC GEN FAULT C/L TITLE............................
. ....................... POINTED AT WITH FINGER
"DC GEN FAULT CHECKLIST?" DO AND ANSWER
C/L TITLE POINTED AT BY PNF........CHECK
"CONFIRM"

PNF READS C/L


WITH
READ, DO AND ANNOUNCE
"DC GEN AFFECTED OFF"
PF CROSSCHECK
DC GEN 2.......... POINTED AT WITH FINGER
"DC GEN 2?" DO AND ANSWER
ITEM POINTED AT BY PNF..............CHECK
DO AND ANNOUNCE "CONFIRM"
DC GEN 2.......................................... OFF
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Flight events PNF PF

PNF READS C/L ANNOUNCE


WITH "TAXI ON BOTH ENGINES"
PF CROSSCHECK ANSWER
(CONTD) ANNOUNCE "CHECK"
"IF OAT EXCEEDS ISA+25, YES OR NO?"
ANSWER
ANNOUNCE "YES"
"MAXIMUM FLIGHT LEVEL 200"
ANSWER
ANNOUNCE "CHECK"
"CHECKLIST COMPLETE"
Note: announce C/L title in case of
secondary associated C/L DO AND ANNOUNCE
AMBER LIGHT ON CAP..........................
CHECK
"WE HAVE ELEC ON CAP DUE TO DC GEN 2
DO AND ANNOUNCE OFF, CLEAR CAP"
CLR PB............................DEPRESSED
"CAP CLEARED"

WHEN AVAILABLE, PF ANNOUNCE


ASSESSES SITUATION "READY FOR ASSESSMENT?"
ANNOUNCE
"GO AHEAD"
ANNOUNCE
TECHNICAL: "WE HAVE A DC GEN 2 FAILURE.

BTC CLOSED, ALL SYSTEMS ARE AVAILABLE,

OPERATIONAL: NO PERFORMANCE IMPACT,

ALL ATR
DESTINATION AIRPORT IS ACCESSIBLE."
COMMERCIAL: NO CONSEQUENCE*

PF SUGGESTS A ANNOUNCE
DECISION TO CM1 "I SUGGEST WE CONTINUE TO DESTINATION,
AND WRITE IT DOWN IN MAINTENANCE LOG.
NOBODY NEEDS TO BE INFORMED, EXCEPT
COMPANY, IF YOU AGREE"

CAPTAIN

ANNOUNCE
"I AGREE"

*Note: Technical assessment can be simplified depending on the number of systems


concerned: consider only affected system(s).
RCL may be depressed to allow summing-up.

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1. Wake turbulence
Wake turbulence is the leading cause of airplane upsets. The phenomenon that creates wake
turbulence results from the forces that lift airplanes. High-pressure air from the lower surface of the
wings flows around the wingtips to the lower pressure region above the wings. A pair of counter-
rotating vortices is thus shed from the wings: the right wing vortex rotates counterclockwise, and
the left wing vortex rotates clockwise. The region of rotating air behind the airplane is where wake
turbulence occurs. The strength of the turbulence is determined predominantly by the weight,
wingspan, and speed of the airplane. Generally, vortices descend at an initial rate of about 300 to
500 ft/min for about 30 sec. The descent rate decreases and eventually approaches zero between
500 and 900 ft below the flight path. Flying at or above the flight path provides the best method for
avoidance. Maintaining a vertical separation of at least 1000-ft when crossing below the preceding
aircraft may be considered safe.
ALL ATR

An encounter with wake turbulence usually results in induced rolling or pitch moments; however,
in rare instances an encounter could cause structural damage to the airplane. In more than one
instance, pilots have described an encounter to be like hitting a wall. The dynamic forces of the
vortex can exceed the roll or pitch capability of the airplane to overcome these forces. During test
programs, the wake was approached from all directions to evaluate the effect of encounter direction
on response. One item was common to all encounters: without a concerted effort by the pilot to
check the wake, the airplane would be expelled from the wake and an airplane upset could occur.

Take-off and landing

Turbulence encountered during approach or take off may be due to wake turbulence.

ATR is classified in Medium category Aircraft (7 T<MTOW<136 T)

Aircraft turbulence categories and wake turbulence separation minima are defined (ICAO Doc.
4444) as follows:

ATR BEHIND APPROACH TAKE OFF

3 NM
LIGHT/MEDIUM EXPECT TIME SEPARATION:
(2,5 NM according ATC)
2 to 3 MINUTES
ACCORDING ICAO DOC 4444
HEAVY
4 NM
(>136 T)

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2. Windshear
2.1. Description
This phenomenon may be defined as a notable change in wind direction and/or speed over a short
distance.
Windshear can be encountered in the vicinity of thunderstorms, into rain showers (even without
thunderstorms), during a frontal passage or on airports situated near large areas of water (sea
breeze fronts).

ALL ATR
Severe windshear encountered above 1000 feet, whilst unpleasant, can generally be negotiated
safely. However if it is encountered below 500 feet on take off or approach/landing it is potentially
dangerous.
This phenomenon must be avoided as much as is possible.

2.2. Procedures
Windshear recovery procedure at take-off
Delay the take off. If a low-level windshear is reported, calculate VR, V2 at the maximum take-off
weight available for the day.
If windshear is experienced, do not change the configuration until safe speed and altitude are
reached regardless of FD indication, increase pitch to 10.
When clear of obstacles, accelerate as much as possible and clear up the aircraft.
Climb at the normal climb speed.

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Procedure during an approach


If a windshear is encountered,
Initiate a normal go around procedure then increase to 10 pitch, regardless of FD indication.
Be aware of stick pusher
Do not retract LDG Gear.
When positively climbing at a safe altitude, retract the gear and complete the normal go around
procedure.

CAUTION:
Positive rate of climb must be verified on at least two instruments: both the indicated and
the vertical speeds must be checked as increasing for more than 5 seconds.

2.3. Comments
Ten degrees pitch attitude is the best compromise, making it to ensure a climbing slope while
respecting acceptable High value of AOA. If necessary, Max power (PL to ramp position) or Emer
power (PL to wall position) will be used with a smooth pitch increase, up to the limit of stick shaker
activation.

Leaving the gear down until the climb is established will allow to absorb some energy impact,
should a microburst exceed the aircraft capability to climb.
ALL ATR

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3. Unusual attitude recovery


3.1. Stall recovery
Please refer to AFM 4.05 p 7 "Recovery after stall or abnormal roll control" checklist.
Nose lower
Set Power
Flaps 15

CAUTION:
If the aircraft is in landing configuration, do not retract flaps to 15.

3.2. Bounce landing


Bounce landing may result from either too much speed or too high a slope on final. Decide GO-
AROUND if the plane is not stabilized (flight path, aircraft configuration, speed) at 500 ft. In case of
bounce, NEVER push forward control column, DO NOT try to land, PERFORM a go-around
immediately:

GA Pitch
Set Power
Flaps ONE NOTCH, when speed > Vga

3.3. Hazardous positions

ALL ATR
These flight manoeuvers, are the best procedures in case of hazardous positions (extreme bank
angle or extreme pitch attitudes).

Such situations rarely occur, but may be encountered by flying into a large aircraft wake vortex,
a rotor downwind of a mountain range, severe turbulence or mechanical failure, etc

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3.3.1. Nose up

Cues
Steep nose up (+ high bank angle or not)
Speed reducing rapidly Eyebrow: guidance to nose down

RECOVERY PROCEDURE:
Simultaneously: max power let nose lower (follow eyebrow if it appears)
With nose below horizon:  roll out
stop descent
adjust power
ALL ATR

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3.3.2. Nose down

Cues
Steep nose down (+ high bank angle or not)
Speed increasing rapidly Eyebrow: guidance to nose up

RECOVERY PROCEDURE:
Simultaneously: power flight idle / level wings
Pull back smoothly (follow eyebrow if it appears)
With nose on horizon:  stabilize
adjust power

ALL ATR

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4. Crew member incapacitation


4.1. General
Crew member incapacitation is defined as any condition which affects the health of a crew member
during the flight phase and which decreases his skill for the assigned tasks.

Incapacitation is a real air safety hazard, which occurs more frequently than many of the other
emergencies, which is the subject of routine training. Incapacitation can occur in many forms
varying from obvious sudden death to subtle, partial loss of function. It occurs in all age groups
and during all phases of flight and may not be preceded by any warning.

4.2. Recognition
The critical operational problem is early recognition of the incapacitation. The keys for immediate
recognition of incapacitation are:
Routine monitoring and cross-checking of flight instruments, particularly during critical phases
of flight, such as take off, climb out, descent, approach, landing and go around.
If a crew member does not respond appropriately to two verbal communications,
or
if a crew member does not respond to a verbal communication associated with a significant
deviation from a standard flight profile.
ALL ATR

Other symptoms of the beginning of an active incapacitation are:


incoherent speech.
strange behaviour.
irregular breathing.
pale fixed facial expression.
jerky motions that are either delayed or too rapid.
Note: If a crew feels sick, he must transfer the flying task.

4.3 Action
The recovery from any detected incapacitation of the handling pilot shall follow the following sequence:

1. Flight
The remaining pilot must assume control and resume the aircraft to a safe flight path, and
announce I have control. (use Autopilot and headset as much as possible)

2. Incapacitation
The healthy pilot must ensure that the incapacitated pilot cannot interfere with the aircraft
control. He must call a cabin crew to lock the sick pilot on his flight crew seat. If the cockpit
door is locked, the assisting cabin crew will apply the relevant procedure to unlock the system,
and provide first aid.

3. Organisation and communication


The pilot flying must land as soon as possible on an adequate airport (priority landing) and
request medical assistance in flight in order to prepare medical assistance on the ground:
MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY, (CALL SIGN) EXPERIENCING CREW INCAPACITATION,
REQUEST MEDICAL ASSISTANCE ON LANDING.

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5. Rudder use
5.1. General
On February 8th, 2002, the National Bureau of Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), in co-
operation with the French Bureau Enqutes Analyse (BEA), issued recommendations for aircraft
manufacturers to re-emphasise the structural certification requirements of the rudder and vertical
stabilizer, showing some manoeuvers which can result in exceeding design limits and even lead to
structural failures.

In this perspective, a new amendment to AFM & FCOM states:


CAUTION:
RAPIDLY ALTERNATING LARGE PEDAL APPLICATIONS IN COMBINATION
WITH LARGE SIDESLIP ANGLES MAY RESULT IN STRUCTURAL FAILURE
AT ANY SPEED

5.2. Rudder design functions


THE RUDDER MAY BE USED:

In normal operations, for directional control:

During the takeoff roll, when on ground, especially in crosswind conditions.


During the landing flare with crosswind, for decrab manoeuver.

ALL ATR
During the landing roll, when on the ground.
The rudder may be used for turn coordination, as deemed necessary, to prevent excessive
sideslip.

In some other abnormal situations:

Full rudder deflection can be used to offset the yawing moment of an asymetric thrust.
R  unaway rudder trims: the rudder pedals may be used to move the rudder to the neutral
position.
Aileron jam: the rudder may be used to smoothly control the roll.
Landing with unsafe indication: the rudder may be used to establish sideslip in an attempt to
lock the landing gear down by aerodynamic side forces.
Landing gear not locked down: the rudder can be used for directional control on the
ground.

For the above mentioned manoeuvers proper rudder usage will not affect the aircraft structural
integrity.
THE RUDDER MUST NOT BE USED:

To induce roll, except for aileron jam.


To counteract turbulence.

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6. Terrain Avoidance Warning


On ATR, the Terrain Avoidance Warning System (TAWS) is called the EGPWS (Enhanced Ground
Proximity Warning System).

Background

A pilot should never fly in a situation which may put his passengers, his aircraft and himself in
danger. Activation of EGPWS is therefore a crucial alarm regarding flight safety. An analysis of some
crashes shows that the pilots involved did not believe in EGPWS warning and, as a consequence
of their disbelief, entered into a state of inability to take proper action.

Note: When flying under daylight VMC conditions, a warning threshold may be deliberately exceeded
due to a good knowledge of the present terrain; the warning may be regarded as a caution and the
approach may be continued.
A go around shall be initiated if the cause of the warning cannot be identified immediately.
ALL ATR

WHOOP WHOOP PULL UP TERRAIN TERRAIN


TOO LOW TERRAIN AHEAD, PULL UP
OBSTACLE AHEAD, PULL UP
PL 1+2....................................GO AROUND POWER
AUTOPILOT.........................................................OFF
Climb or Go around initiate.
Maintain wings levelled

When flight path is safe and warning ceased:

Reduce pitch and accelerate.

When positive rate of climb and security are established:

Aircraft configuration.......................As necessary

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SINK RATE
Increase pitch and power to make the warning cease.

DONT SINK
Adjust pitch and power to maintain altitude or a positive climb gradient.

ALL ATR
TOO LOW GEAR TOO LOW FLAPS
Adapt aircraft configuration or perform a go around.

GLIDE SLOPE
Resume flight path to glide slope, or...
Depress one of the two GPWS/GS push-buttons if approach is intentionnaly
performed under glide slope.

TERRAIN AHEAD
Change flight path to avoid obstacle and make the warning cease.

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7. TCAS
Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System is used for detecting and tracking aircraft in the vicinity
of your own aircraft. By interrogating their transponder, it analyzes the replies to determine range,
bearing, and if reporting altitude, the relative altitude of the intruder. When the TCAS processor
determines that a possible collision hazard exists, it issues visual and audio advisories to the crew
for appropriate vertical avoidance maneuvers.

TCAS is unable to detect any intruding aircraft without an operating transponder or in case of
transponder failure.

In case of TCAS resolution, ATC is not responsible of aircraft separation until resuming the initial
clearance.

All information and data given in the following parts are specific to TCAS II version 7.0.

7.1. Definition
There are two types of cockpit displays:

The Traffic Advisory (TA)

The Resolution Advisory (RA)


ALL ATR

7.1.1. Traffic Advisory

The goal of a Traffic Advisory is to inform the pilot of any surrounding traffic. The crew should
attempt to gain visual contact with the intruder and assess the potential collision risk.The TA display
shows the intruding aircrafts relative position and altitude with the trend arrow to indicate if it is
climbing descending at greater than 500 feet per minute. The TA display identifies the relative threat
of each intruder by using various symbols and colors and provides appropriate synthesized voice
announcements.

Non-threat traffic advisory (TA)

Information about any non-threatening traffics in the vicinity. Symbol used:

Proximity intruder traffic advisory (TA)

Information about any traffic in the proximity. Symbol used:

Traffic a dvisory

Information about intruding aircraft considered potentially hazardous. TCAS will display a TA , when
time CPA (Closest point of approach) is between 20 and 48 seconds with aural alert TRAFFIC,
TRAFFIC. This alert has to make pilots look at the screen in order to determine visually the position
of the intruder.

Symbol used: + TRAFFIC, TRAFFIC

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7.1.2. Resolution Advisory

The Resolution Advisory is an appropriate vertical avoidance maneuver. The RA display is


incorporated into the vertical speed indicator RA/VSI. By illuminating red and green areas around
the dial it displays the required rate, or limitation of climb or descent to avoid a possible collision.

Some of the typical Resolution Advisories, which are shown on the RA/VSI, will require
a manuver by the crew while others will warn against manuvering.

Resolution Advisories are grouped as Corrective advisories or Preventive Advisories. Corrective


Advisories require a positive action by the crew accompanied by a green arc on the RA/VSI
showing Fly To guidance. Preventive Advisories require that NO action be taken to alter the flight
path of the aircraft.

symbol used: + CORRECTIVE ACTION TO DO

With the Resolution Advisory, the TCAS triggers an aural synthesized voice alert describing the
avoidance maneuver required at the same time.

RESOLUTION VERTICAL SPEED


DOWNWARD UPWARD
ADVISORY REQUIRED (VS)
INITIAL PREVENTIVE Monitor vertical Monitor vertical
0
RA speed speed
CORRECTIVE

ALL ATR
Descent, descent Climb, climb Monitor
RA
ANY
Increase descent, Increase climb,
STRENGTHENING 2500 ft / min
Increase descent Increase climb
OF AN RA
ANY WEAKENING
Adjust vertical speed, Adjust vertical speed,
OR SOFTENING OF 1500 ft / min
Adjust Adjust
AN RA
Descent, descent
OPPOSITE RA Climb, climb NOW Adjust
NOW
Descend, crossing, Climb, crossing
CROSSOVER RA descend, descend, climb, climb, crossing 2500 ft / min
crossing, descend climb
MAINTAIN EXISTING
Maintain vertical Maintain vertical
VERTICAL SPEED 1500 ft / min
Speed, Maintain Speed, Maintain
RA
MAINTAIN EXISTING
Maintain vertical Maintain vertical Maintain
VERTICAL SPEED
Speed, crossing Speed, crossing 4400 ft / min
WHILE CROSSING
maintain maintain >Vs > 1500ft / min
THREATS ALTITUDE
VERTICAL SPEED Adjust vertical speed, Adjust vertical speed,
Adjust
RESTRICTED Adjust Adjust
END OF RA Clear of conflict 0

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Note: The TCAS II processor is programmed with the specific aircraft operating limitations, i.e.,
maximum altitude at which the aircraft can climb at 1500ft/min. Climb or Increase Climb RAs
are therefore inhibited when the RA maneuver cannot be completed safely due to lack of aircraft
performance capability. These performance limits are included as part of the aircraft wiring. See
the AFM (Airplane Flight Manual) for the specific performance limitations for ATR.

7.2. TCAS Procedures

7.2.1. Traffic Advisory (TA)


Flight events PNF PF

TRAFFIC, TRAFFIC
CAPTAIN DECIDES: TCAS, I (YOU) HAVE CONTROL

CHECK VSI AND ANNOUNCE


3 OCLOCK, 500 FT BELOW
ANNOUNCE IF TRAFFIC IN SIGHT
TRAFFIC IN SIGHT

CAUTION:
At this step, the crew should take no evasive action, have to remain on the same route,
ALL ATR

maintain the autopilot ON, even if the opposite traffic is in sight.

Note: A traffic advisory may become a Resolution Advisory within 15 seconds. If the intruder is
Non-Altitude Reporting (NAR) the traffic symbol appears without an altitude number or trend arrow.
The type of symbol selected by TCAS II is based on the intruder location and closing rate.

If TCAS direction finding techniques fail to locate the azimuth of another aircraft, a NO BEARING
message appears on the screen.

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7.2.2. Resolution Advisory (RA)

In case of RA, PF must maneuver the aircraft promptly and smoothly in response to the
Resolution Advisory. A typical TCAS II maneuver requires crew response within 5 seconds and
G-forces of + / - 0.25G. Because of this G-force requirement, the response to the RA cannot be
flown using the autopilot. The autopilot must be disconnected before responding to the
RA.

Flight events PNF PF


WHEN RESOLUTION DO
OCCURS AP....................................... DISCONNECT

ANNOUNCE
I HAVE CONTROL

DO DO
ATC................................................. CALL PITCH............................... INITIALLY +/- 3
THEN,
VSI GREEN ARC..........................FOLLOW
IF CLIMB: POWER............................... AS REQUIRED
PWR MGT......................................... MCT
SEAT BELT........................................... ON

WHEN CLEAR OF DO
CONFLICT FLIGHT PATH........... RETURN TO INITIAL FL
DO AP............................................ENGAGED
ATC...................................CALL

ALL ATR
CAUTION:

Do not follow the flight director and do not change the altitude selected on AFCS.

Do not over react to a Resolution Advisory.

Two TCAS II equipped aircraft will coordinate their Resolution Advisories using a Mode S
transponder air-to-air data link. The coordination ensures that complementary advisories are
issued in each aircraft.

Since maneuvers are coordinated, the crew should never maneuver in the opposite direction of the
advisory. Fly only the vertical speed commanded.

Note: The TCAS installation needs to be wired to give EGPWS higher priority than TCAS. In case
of simultaneous audio alarms, the TCAS II system is placed in TA ONLY mode (aural annunciations
are inhibited) and the TA/VSI and RA/VSI flag will show RA OFF.

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When Clear of conflict

If initially in level flight, promptly but smoothly return to the previously assigned altitude unless
otherwise directed by ATC.

If previously climbing or descending resume the planned climb or descent unless otherwise
directed by ATC.

TCAS phraseology

EVENTS PHRASEOLOGY
XXX CONTROL,
CALL SIGN
After any vertical speed Pilot TCAS CLIMB
modification due to an RA or TCAS DESCENT
Controller ROGER
XXX CONTROL,
CALL SIGN
Pilot CLEAR OF CONFLICT
When clear of conflict RESUMING TO (FL / ALT)
ROGER (or alternative
Controller instructions)
ALL ATR

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8. Aircraft Performance Monitoring (APM)


The APM allows improved ice accretion monitoring.

Icing drastically decreases the aircraft performance: an abnormal increase in drag can be due to
ice accretion on the aerodynamical surfaces of the aircraft. Monitoring the aircraft performance is
thus an efficient means of ice detection, in addition to the common means detailed above.

The APM enables to compare the aircraft theoretical drag with the in-flight drag computed with the
measured parameters, and therefore to detect if an abnormal loss of aircraft performance occurs.
The APM is activated in icing conditions, i.e. when ICING AOA is illuminated, or if the airframe de-
icing is activated, or if ice accretion has been detected, and aims at alerting the crew of a risk of
severe icing conditions, through three different levels of signal:
Cruise speed low.
Degraded Performance.
Increase speed.
The associated C/L are found in the QRH, under MPC normal and following failures procedures.

CRUISE SPEED LOW (QRH normal procedures)


The speed in cruise is monitored and if an abnormal increase in drag induces an abnormal speed
decrease of more than 10kts compared to the expected one, this message lights on.

DEGRADED PERF. (QRH following failures procedures)

ALL ATR
In cruise or in climb, if an abnormal drag increase induces a speed decrease or a loss of rate
of climb, this alert is triggered in association with a single chime and a master CAUTION on the
attention getter. In cruise, this occurs right after the CRUISE LOW SPEED.

INCREASE SPEED (QRH following failures procedures)


In cruise, climb or descent, if the drag is abnormally high and that IAS is lower than the MSIS
(Minimum Severe Icing Speed equivalent to red bug + 10 kts), this message flashes in association
with a single chime and a master CAUTION on the attention getter. This occurs right after the
DEGRADED PERF.

CRUISE
SPEED LOW

I CRE S E DE R DED
SPEED PER

P
FAULT ICING NO DE-
T
ICING T
AOA SMKG
ICING
(test
button)
SEAT PROP
BELTS BRK

CONT FUEL
RELIGHT XFEED

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9. Engine fire before V1 and emergency evacuation


(1/2)
Flight events CM1 CM2

READY TO TAKE OFF ANNOUNCE


"TAKEOFF AT XXX OCLOCK,
V1 XXX KT"

DO DO
TIMING............................................ START TIMING........................................... START
PKG BRAKE.............................. CHECK OFF CONTROL WHEEL..... HOLD TOWARD WIND
NOSE WHEEL STEERING............... HANDED

DO
PLs................ ADVANCED TO WHITE MARK

ANNOUNCE
"SET POWER" DO
TAKE-OFF TORQUE..................... ADJUST*
ENGINE PARAMETERS.................CHECK**
* TQ: T/O VALUE (white bug)
** NP: 100 %, ITT

ANNOUNCE
"ATPCS ARMED
POWER SET"

REACHING 70 KT ANNOUNCE AND DO ANNOUNCE


READ ON THE STBY "CHECK" (on CM1 ASI) "70 KTS"
ASI AND CM2 ASI NOSE WHEEL STEERING.......RELEASED I HAVE CONTROL (if PF)
"I HAVE CONTROL" (if PF)

Flight events CM1 CM2

MW + CRC
+ ENG 1 (or 2) FIRE ANNOUNCE
on CAP ANNOUNCE LOUDLY "ENGINE FIRE"
+ "STOP!"
FIRE HANDLE MASTER WARNING PB.......DEPRESSED
ILLUMINATED REDUCE PLs..................GI/REV AS RQD CONTROL WHEEL....HOLD AS REQUIRED
BRAKES...................FULL APPLICATION ATC (VHF1)................................CALLED

"MAYDAY MAYDAY MAYDAY, (CALL SIGN)


ENGINE FIRE, ABORTED TAKE OFF"

ANNOUNCE (on public address)


"PLEASE, REMAIN SEATED,
CABIN CREW AT STATION"

If possible, stop the aircraft to get the engine on fire headwind or to leeward.
AIRCRAFT STOPPED DO
+ PARKING BRAKE...............................ON
PARKING BRAKE ON
ANNOUNCE AND DO
"ON GROUND ENGINE FIRE MEMO ITEMS"

PL1&2....................................... CHECK GI DO
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PARKING BRAKE........................CHECK ON CM1 ACTIONS.......................... MONITOR


CL 1+2 ...................... FTR THEN FUEL SO
FIRE HANDLE affected side................PULL
AGENT 1 AFFECTED SIDE................... DISH
TIMING........................................... START TIMING......................................... START
IF FIRE AFTER FURTHER 30 SECONDS
AGENT 2 AFFECTED SIDE................... DISH DO
QRH EMERGENCY C/L.....................OPEN
ANNOUNCE AND REQUEST
"MEMO ITEM COMPLETE, ON GROUND ENGINE
FIRE C/L"

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9. Engine fire before V1 and emergency


evacuation (1/2)

72 PEC
Flight events CM1 CM2

READY TO TAKE OFF ANNOUNCE


"TAKEOFF AT XXX OCLOCK,
V1 XXX KT"

DO DO
TIMING.......................................START TIMING........................................START
PKG BRAKE OFF.........................CHECK CONTROL WHEEL..HOLD TOWARD WIND
NOSE WHEEL STEERING..........HANDED

DO
PLs............................................NOTCH

ANNOUNCE
"SET POWER" DO
TAKE-OFF TORQUE.....................CHECK*
ENGINE PARAMETERS................CHECK**

42 PEC
* TQ: T/O VALUE (white bug)
** NP: 100 %, ITT

ANNOUNCE
"ATPCS ARMED
POWER SET"
REACHING 70 KT
READ ON THE STBY ANNOUNCE AND DO ANNOUNCE
ASI AND CM2 ASI "CHECK" (on CM1 ASI) "70 KTS"
NOSE WHEEL STEERING........RELEASED "I HAVE CONTROL" (if PF)
"I HAVE CONTROL" (if PF)

Flight events CM1 CM2

ENGINE FIRE ANNOUNCE


ANNOUNCE LOUDLY "ENGINE FIRE"

72 not PEC
"STOP!"
CRC / MASTER WARNING.....CANCELLED
REDUCE PLs...................GI/REV AS RQD CONTROL WHEEL....HOLD AS REQUIRED
BRAKES....................FULL APPLICATION ATC (VHF1)................................CALLED

"MAYDAY MAYDAY MAYDAY, (CALL SIGN)


ENGINE FIRE, ABORTED TAKE OFF"

ANNOUNCE (on Public Address)


"PLEASE, REMAIN SEATED,
CABIN CREW AT STATION"

If possible, stop the aircraft to get the engine on fire headwind or to leeward.

AIRCRAFT STOPPED DO
+ PARKING BRAKE...............................ON
PARKING BRAKE ON
ANNOUNCE AND DO
"ON GROUND ENGINE FIRE MEMO ITEMS" DO
CM1 ACTIONS.......................... MONITOR
PL1&2....................................... CHECK GI
PARKING BRAKE........................CHECK ON
CL 1+2 ...................... FTR THEN FUEL SO
FIRE HANDLE affected side................PULL TIMING......................................... START
AGENT 1 AFFECTED SIDE................... DISH
TIMING........................................... START DO
IF FIRE AFTER FURTHER 30 SECONDS QRH EMERGENCY C/L.....................OPEN
AGENT 2 AFFECTED SIDE................... DISH

ANNOUNCE AND REQUEST


"MEMO ITEM COMPLETE, ON GROUND ENGINE
FIRE C/L"

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9. Engine fire before V1 and emergency evacuation


(2/2)
Flight events CM1 CM2

C/L REQUESTED BY READ AND ANNOUNCE


CM1 "ON GROUND ENG FIRE C/L"

PL 1+2........................................................ GI
PARKING BRAKE...............................CHECK ON
CL 1+2............................... FTR THEN FUEL SO
FIRE HANDLE AFFECTED SIDE...................PULL
AGENT 1 AFFECTED SIDE.......................... DISH
TIMING................................................... START
IF FIRE AFTER FURTHER 30 SECONDS
AGENT 2 AFFECTED SIDE.......................... DISH

FIRE NOT ANSWER ANNOUNCE


EXTINGUISHED "YES" IF EVACUATION REQUIRED, YES OR NO?

READ
ON GROUND EMER EVACUATION PROCEDURE
REQUEST AND ANSWER (1.02)................................................... APPLY
"ON GROUND EMER EVACUATION C/L" "ON GROUND EMER EVACUATION C/L"

EVACUATION READ AND ANNOUNCE


REQUIRED "ON GROUND EMER EVACUATION C/L"

ANNOUNCE EVACUATION........................................ INITIATE


"WE EVACUATE"
then on public adress
"EVACUATION, EVACUATION, EVACUATION"
ALL ATR

READ AND ANNOUNCE


BAT...........................................................OFF
DO AND ANNOUNCE
BATTERY TOGGLE SWITCH..........................OFF
"OFF"

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ALL ATR

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10. E
 ngine fire after V1 (1/5)
Flight events CM1 CM2

READY TO TAKE OFF ANNOUNCE


"TAKEOFF AT XXX OCLOCK,
V1 XXX KT"

DO DO
TIMING.........................................START TIMING.........................................START
PKG BRAKE OFF..........................CHECK CONTROL WHEEL...HOLD TOWARD WIND
NOSE WHEEL STEERING...........HANDED

DO
PLs.............ADVANCED TO WHITE MARK

ANNOUNCE
"SET POWER"
DO
TAKE-OFF TORQUE....................ADJUST*
ENGINE PARAMETERS................CHECK**
* TQ: T/O VALUE (white bug)
** NP: 100 %, ITT

ANNOUNCE
"ATPCS ARMED
POWER SET"

REACHING 70 KT ANNOUNCE
READ ON STBY ASI "70 KTS"
AND CM2 ASI ANNOUNCE AND DO
"CHECK" (on CM1 ASI)
NOSE WHEEL STEERING.......RELEASED

Flight events PNF PF

FLIGHT CONTROLS ANNOUNCE


TRANSFER "I HAVE CONTROL"

REACHING V1 ANNOUNCE
"V1"

CM1

DO
PLs............................RELEASED

REACHING VR ANNOUNCE
"ROTATE" DO
PITCH............ROTATE TO 10 & FOLLOW
FD BARS

POSITIVE RATE ANNOUNCE


"POSITIVE RATE" ORDER
"GEAR UP"
42 not PEC

DO
LANDING GEAR LEVER.......................UP
YAW DAMPER...................................ON
TAXI & T/O LIGHT..............................OFF

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10. Engine fire after V1 (1/5)


Flight events CM1 CM2

72 PEC
READY TO TAKE OFF ANNOUNCE
"TAKEOFF AT XXX OCLOCK,
V1 XXX KT"

DO DO
TIMING.........................................START TIMING.........................................START
PKG BRAKE OFF..........................CHECK CONTROL WHEEL...HOLD TOWARD WIND
NOSE WHEEL STEERING...........HANDED

DO
PLs............................................NOTCH

ANNOUNCE
"SET POWER"

DO
TAKE-OFF TORQUE.....................CHECK*
ENGINE PARAMETERS................CHECK**

42 PEC
* TQ: T/O VALUE (white bug)
** NP: 100 %, ITT

ANNOUNCE
"ATPCS ARMED
POWER SET"

REACHING 70 KT ANNOUNCE
READ ON STBY ASI "70 KTS"
AND CM2 ASI ANNOUNCE AND DO
"CHECK" (on CM1 ASI)
NOSE WHEEL STEERING.......RELEASED

Flight events PNF PF

72 not PEC
FLIGHT CONTROLS ANNOUNCE
TRANSFER "I HAVE CONTROL"

REACHING V1 ANNOUNCE
"V1"

CM1

DO
PLs............................RELEASED

REACHING VR ANNOUNCE
"ROTATE" DO
PITCH............ROTATE TO 10 & FOLLOW
FD BARS

POSITIVE RATE ANNOUNCE


"POSITIVE RATE" ORDER
"GEAR UP"
DO
LANDING GEAR LEVER.......................UP
YAW DAMPER...................................ON
TAXI & T/O LIGHT..............................OFF

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10. E
 ngine fire after V1 (2/5)
Flight events PNF PF

MW + CRC ANNOUNCE AND DO


+ ENG 1 (or 2) FIRE "ENGINE FIRE" ANNOUNCE
on CAP "CHECK"
+ FIRE HANDLE MASTER WARNING PB........DEPRESSED
ILLUMINATE

WHEN ALL LIGHTS ANNOUNCE


EXTINGUISHED ON "GEAR UP"
LDG GEAR PANEL
In case of high published acceleration altitude, Captain may decide to start
Memory Items before reaching it but never before 400 ft AGL.
REACHING ANNOUNCE ORDER
ACCELERATION "ACCELERATION ALTITUDE" "INCREASE IAS TO WHITE BUG"
ALTITUDE
Note: MINI DO AND ANNOUNCE
400 ft AGL WHITE BUG SPEED ON ADU.............SET
or Higher if "IAS XXX SET" ORDER AND DO
requested "SET SPEED BUG WHITE BUG"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
"SET"

REACHING ANNOUNCE
WHITE BUG "WHITE BUG" ORDER
"SET MCT"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
PWR MGT.......................................MCT
TORQUE...................ADJUSTED / CHECK
"MCT SET" ORDER
"NORMAL CONDITIONS, FLAPS 0"
ALL ATR

DO OR
FLAPS LEVER.............SET AS REQUIRED "ICING CONDITIONS, REMAIN FLAPS 15"

WHEN FLAPS AT 0/15 ANNOUNCE
ON FLAPS IN NORMAL CONDITIONS
INDICATOR "FLAPS 0"
OR IN ICING CONDITIONS
"REMAIN FLAPS 15"

WHEN FLIGHT PATH


STABILIZED ORDER
"IN FLIGHT ENGINE FIRE MEMO ITEMS"

DO AND ANNOUNCE DO AND ANNOUNCE


PL POINTED AT BY PF...................CHECK PL 1(or 2)........POINTED AT WITH FINGER
"CONFIRM" "PL 1 (or 2)?"

DO AND ANNOUNCE
DO AND ANNOUNCE PL 1 (or 2)....RETARD GENTLY TO FLIGHT IDLE
CL 1(or 2)........POINTED AT WITH FINGER "FLIGHT IDLE"
"CL 1 (or 2)?"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
DO AND ANNOUNCE CL POINTED AT BY PNF.................CHECK
CL 1 (or 2).............FEATHER THEN FUEL "CONFIRM"
SHUT-OFF
"FEATHER THEN FUEL SHUT-OFF"
Note: Do actions step by step. Stay 1
second in feather position before setting CL
to fuel shut-off.

DO AND ANNOUNCE
FIRE HANDLE 1 (or 2)...POINTED WITH
FINGER DO AND ANNOUNCE
"FIRE HANDLE 1 (or 2)?" FIRE HANDLE POINTED AT BY PNF.CHECK
"CONFIRM"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
FIRE HANDLE 1 (or 2)....................PULL
"PULLED"
TIMING........................................START

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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10. Engine fire after V1 (3/5)


Flight events PNF PF

10 SECONDS AFTER DO AND ANNOUNCE


FIRE HANDLE PULLED AGENT 1.........POINTED AT WITH FINGER
"10 SECONDS AGENT 1?" DO AND ANNOUNCE
AGENT POINTED AT BY PNF..........CHECK
DO "CONFIRM"
AGENT 1 PB.......................DEPRESS
Note: Do not restart timing.

WHEN 1st DISH ANNOUNCE


AMBER LIGHT DISCHARGED
APPEARS ON FIRE MONITOR REQUEST
PANEL TIME................................................. 30" "RADIO MY SIDE"

TRANSMIT
"MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY, (call sign),
ENGINE FIRE, ILL CALL YOU BACK"

DO
QRH EMERGENCY C/L................OPEN

PNF READS C/L READ, CHECK AND ANNOUNCE


WHILE MONITORING "PL 1 (or 2).................................................FI
30 TO DISCHARGE CL 1 (or 2).....FEATHER THEN FUEL SHUT-OFF
AGENT 2 FIRE HANDLE 1 (or 2)............................PULL
FIRST AGENT AFTER 10..........DISCHARGED"

If fire remains after 30 seconds PNF press to discharge the second agent
PB even if the associated Checklist item has not yet been reached
FIRE REMAINS
AFTER 30 DO AND ANNOUNCE
AGENT 2 PB....... POINTED AT WITH FINGER
30 SECONDS, AGENT 2? DO AND ANNOUNCE

ALL ATR
AGENT POINTED AT BY PNF..........CHECK
DO "CONFIRM"
AGENT 2 PB.......................DEPRESS

WHEN 2ND DISH ANNOUNCE


AMBER LIGHT DISCHARGED
APPEARS ON FIRE
PANEL ANNOUNCE
MEMO ITEMS COMPLETE REQUEST
IN FLIGHT ENGINE FIRE CHECKLIST

PNF READS C/L DO AND ANNOUNCE


IN FLIGHT ENGINE FIRE C/L TITLE ..
..POINTED AT WITH FINGER
IN FLIGHT ENGINE FIRE CHECKLIST? DO AND ANNOUNCE
C/L POINTED AT BY PNF .CHECK
READ, CHECK AND ANNOUNCE "CONFIRM"
PL AFFECTED SIDE...FI
CL AFFECTED SIDEFTR THEN FUEL SO
FIRE HANDLE AFFECTED SIDE.PULL
AFTER 10 SECOND
FIRST AGENT AFFECTED SIDE....DISH
IF FIRE AFTER FURTHER 30 SECONDS
SECOND AGENT AFFECTED SIDE...DISH
LAND ASAP
SINGLE ENG OPERATION PROCEDURE
(2.04)APPLY

ANNOUNCE
ENGINE FIRE CHECKLIST COMPLETE
PF/PNF will announce FIRE STOPPED as soon as the red light disappears on CAP/FIRE HANDLE
WHEN C/L
COMPLETED DO AND ANNOUNCE
DO AND ANNOUNCE CAP LIGHTS............................................
CLR PB.............................DEPRESS ...CROSS-CHECKED WITH LOCAL ALERTS
CAP CLEARED "CLEAR CAP"
ORDER
ANNOUNCE AND READ "AFTER TAKEOFF CHECKLIST"
"AFTER TAKEOFF CHECKLIST"
REFER TO QRH 6.01
ANNOUNCE
"CHEK-LIST COMPLETE"

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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10. E
 ngine fire after V1 (4/5)
Flight events PNF PF

PNF READS C/L ANNOUNCE


DO AND ANNOUNCE "SINGLE ENGINE OPERATION CHECKLIST"
SINGLE ENGINE OPERATION C/L TITLE......
.......................POINTED AT WITH FINGER
"SINGLE ENGINE OPERATION CHECKLIST?"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
READ AND ANNOUNCE C/L POINTED AT BY PNF..............CHECK
"LAND.......................AS SOON AS POSSIBLE "CONFIRM"
PWR MGT.........TO IF NECESSARY THEN MCT"

READ, DO AND ANNOUNCE


"FUEL PUMP AFFECTED OFF"
FUEL PUMP 1 (or 2)..POINTED AT WITH FINGER
"FUEL PUMP 1 (or 2)?"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
DO AND ANNOUNCE FUEL PUMP POINTED AT BY PNF.CHECK
FUEL PUMP 1 (or 2).........................OFF "CONFIRM"
"OFF"

READ, DO AND ANNOUNCE


"DC GEN AFFECTED OFF"
DC GEN 1 (or 2)...POINTED AT WITH FINGER
"DC GEN 1 (or 2)?"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
DO AND ANNOUNCE DC GEN POINTED AT BY PNF.......CHECK
DC GEN 1 (or 2)...............................OFF "CONFIRM"
"OFF"

READ, DO AND ANNOUNCE


"ACW GEN AFFECTED OFF"
ALL ATR

ACW GEN 1 (or 2).POINTED AT WITH FINGER


"ACW GEN 1 (or 2)?"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
DO AND ANNOUNCE ACW GEN POINTED AT BY PNF....CHECK
ACW GEN 1 (or 2)............................OFF "CONFIRM"
"OFF"

READ, DO AND ANNOUNCE


"PACK AFFECTED OFF"
PACK 1 (or 2).......POINTED AT WITH FINGER
"PACK 1 (or 2)?"

DO AND ANNOUNCE DO AND ANNOUNCE


PACK 1 (or 2)...................................OFF PACK POINTED AT BY PNF...........CHECK
"OFF" "CONFIRM"

READ, DO AND ANNOUNCE


"BLEED AFFECTED OFF"
BLEED 1 (or 2)....POINTED AT WITH FINGER
"BLEED 1 (or 2)?"

DO AND ANNOUNCE DO AND ANNOUNCE


BLEED 1 (or 2)................................OFF BLEED POINTED AT BY PNF........CHECK
"OFF" "CONFIRM"

DO AND ANNOUNCE
TCAS.........................................TA ONLY
"TCAS TA ONLY"

READ AND ANNOUNCE


"OIL PRESSURE ON FAILED ENGINE.........
..............................MONITOR"

Note: Refer to QRH 4.61 and 4.62 to


determine single engine gross ceiling

Note: In icing conditions, flaps 15


shall be selected to improve drift down
performances and single engine ceiling

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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10. Engine fire after V1 (5/5)


Flight events PNF PF

PNF READS C/L READ AND ANNOUNCE


(CONTD) IF FUEL CROSS FEED IS REQUIRED,
YES OR NO? DO AND ANNOUNCE
FUEL UNBALANCE.......................CHECK
NO
If YES, apply C/L by using same
phraseology.

WHEN APPROACH IS READ, DO AND ANNOUNCE


INITIATED "BLEED NOT AFFECTED OFF"
(OR BEFORE, ON BLEED 2 (or 1).POINTED AT WITH FINGER
CAPTAIN DECISION) "BLEED 2 (or 1)?" DO AND ANNOUNCE
BLEED POINTED AT BY PNF...........CHECK
"CONFIRM"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
BLEED 2 (or 1)................................OFF
"OFF"

READ AND ANNOUNCE


"SINGLE ENGINE APPROACH SPEED ..."
All notes have to be read.

ANNOUNCE
"CHEK-LIST COMPLETE"
ANNOUNCE
"RADIO YOUR SIDE"
ANNOUNCE
"RADIO MY SIDE"

ALL ATR
PF SUMS UP DO
SITUATION SUM UP (Press RECALL)
DO DECISION
INFORMATION INFORMATION

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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ABNORMAL SITUATIONS JUN 09
ALL ATR

FOR TRAINING ONLY


04.11
EMERGENCY & ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Page 1 01
ABNORMAL SITUATIONS JUN 09

11. Engine flame out after V1 (1/4)


Flight events CM1 CM2

READY TO TAKE OFF ANNOUNCE


TAKEOFF AT XXX OCLOCK,
V1 XXX KT"

DO DO
TIMING.........................................START TIMING.........................................START
PKG BRAKE OFF..........................CHECK CONTROL WHEEL..HOLD TOWARD WIND
NOSE WHEEL STEERING...........HANDED

DO
PLs................ADVANCE TO WHITE MARK

ANNOUNCE
SET POWER DO
TAKE-OFF TORQUE...................ADJUST*
ENGINE PARAMETERS...............CHECK**

* TQ: T/O VALUE (white bug)


** NP: 100 %, ITT

ANNOUNCE
ATPCS ARMED
POWER SET

REACHING 70 KT ANNOUNCE
READ ON STBY ASI ANNOUNCE AND DO 70 KTS
AND CM2 ASI CHECK (on CM1 ASI)
NOSE WHEEL STEERING........RELEASED

Flight events PNF PF

FLIGHT CONTROLS ANNOUNCE


TRANSFER I HAVE CONTROL

REACHING V1 ANNOUNCE
V1
CM1

DO
PLs............................RELEASED
REACHING VR ANNOUNCE
ROTATE
DO
PITCH.........................ROTATE TO 10 &
FOLLOW FD BARS

ENGINE Flame out First crew member who detects failure announces loudly:
ENGINE FAILURE
Detection clues:
PF: dissymetric flight
PNF: abnormal engine parameters.

And the other crew member acknowledges:


42 not PEC

CHECK

POSITIVE RATE ANNOUNCE


POSITIVE RATE
ORDER
DO GEAR UP
LANDING GEAR LEVER.......................UP
YAW DAMPER...................................ON
TAXI & T/O LIGHT...............................OFF

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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11. Engine flame out after V1 (1/4)


Flight events CM1 CM2
72 PEC

READY TO TAKE OFF ANNOUNCE


TAKEOFF AT XXX OCLOCK,
V1 XXX KT"

DO DO
TIMING.........................................START TIMING.........................................START
PKG BRAKE OFF..........................CHECK CONTROL WHEEL..HOLD TOWARD WIND
NOSE WHEEL STEERING...........HANDED

DO
PLs............................................NOTCH

ANNOUNCE
SET POWER DO
TAKE-OFF TORQUE....................CHECK*
ENGINE PARAMETERS...............CHECK**

* TQ: T/O VALUE (white bug)


** NP: 100 %, ITT
42 PEC

ANNOUNCE
ATPCS ARMED
POWER SET

REACHING 70 KT ANNOUNCE
READ ON STBY ASI ANNOUNCE AND DO 70 KTS
AND CM2 ASI CHECK (on CM1 ASI)
NOSE WHEEL STEERING........RELEASED

Flight events PNF PF

FLIGHT CONTROLS ANNOUNCE


TRANSFER I HAVE CONTROL
72 not PEC

REACHING V1 ANNOUNCE
V1 CM1

DO
PLs............................RELEASED
REACHING VR ANNOUNCE
ROTATE
DO
PITCH.........................ROTATE TO 10 &
FOLLOW FD BARS

ENGINE Flame out First crew member who detects failure announces loudly:
ENGINE FAILURE
Detection clues:
PF: dissymetric flight
PNF: abnormal engine parameters.

And the other crew member acknowledges:


CHECK
POSITIVE RATE
ANNOUNCE
POSITIVE RATE ORDER
GEAR UP
DO
LANDING GEAR LEVER.......................UP
YAW DAMPER...................................ON
TAXI & T/O LIGHT...............................OFF

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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ABNORMAL SITUATIONS JUN 09

11. Engine flame out after V1 (2/4)


Flight events CM1 CM2

ACTIONS TRIGGERED DO, CHECK AND ANNOUNCE


BY PNF WITHOUT CONT RELIGHT..................................ON
PF REQUEST, UPTRIM GREEN LIGHT ENG 2 (or1).CHECK
JUST AFTER GEAR RTO TORQUE ENG 2 (or1).............CHECK
RETRACTION AUTOFEATHER ENG 1 (or 2).........CHECK
SEQUENCE "CONT RELIGHT, ENG 2 (or 1) UPTRIMMED,
ENG 1 (or 2) AUTOFEATHERED"

If no UPTRIM, PF orders corrective actions before acceleration altitude

WHEN ALL LIGHTS ANNOUNCE


EXTINGUISHED ON "GEAR UP"
THE LDG GEAR PANEL

REACHING ANNOUNCE
ACCELERATION "ACCELERATION ALTITUDE" ORDER
ALTITUDE SET ALT
Note: MINI DO AND ANNOUNCE
400 ft AGL ALT PB ON AFCS.................DEPRESS
or Higher if "ALT GREEN"
requested ORDER AND DO
SPEED BUG WHITE BUG

DO AND ANNOUNCE
SPEED BUG TO WHITE BUG..............SET
"SET"

REACHING WHITE ANNOUNCE


BUG "WHITE BUG" ORDER
"SET IAS"

DO AND ANNOUNCE
IAS PB ON ADU..................DEPRESS
"IAS XXX SET"

ORDER

72 not PEC
"SET MCT"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
PWR MGT.......................................MCT
TORQUE...................ADJUSTED / CHECK
"MCT SET" ORDER
"NORMAL CONDITIONS, FLAPS 0"
OR
"ICING CONDITIONS, REMAIN FLAPS 15"
DO
FLAPS LEVER....................SET AS RQRD

ANNOUNCE
WHEN FLAPS AT 0/15 IN NORMAL CONDITIONS
ON FLAPS "FLAPS 0"
INDICATOR OR
IN ICING CONDITIONS
"REMAIN FLAPS 15"
42 not PEC

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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ABNORMAL SITUATIONS JUN 09

11. Engine flame out after V1 (2/4)


Flight events PNF PF
72 PEC

ACTIONS TRIGGERED DO, CHECK AND ANNOUNCE


BY PNF WITHOUT UPTRIM GREEN LIGHT ENG 2 (or1)CHECK
PF REQUEST, RTO TORQUE ENG 2 (or1).............CHECK
JUST AFTER GEAR AUTOFEATHER ENG 1 (or 2)..........CHECK
RETRACTION 2 BLEEDS FAULT LIGHT............CHECK LIT
SEQUENCE "ENG 2 (or 1) UPTRIMMED,
ENG 1 (or 2) AUTOFEATHERED,
(TWO) BLEED FAULT LIT"

If no UPTRIM, PF orders corrective actions before acceleration altitude

WHEN ALL LIGHTS ANNOUNCE


EXTINGUISHED ON "GEAR UP"
THE LDG GEAR PANEL

REACHING ANNOUNCE
ACCELERATION "ACCELERATION ALTITUDE"
ALTITUDE ORDER
Note: MINI DO AND ANNOUNCE SET ALT
42 PEC

400ft or Higher ALT PB ON AFCS.................DEPRESS


if requested "ALT GREEN"

ORDER AND DO
SET SPEED BUG WHITE BUG

DO AND ANNOUNCE
SPEED BUG TO WHITE BUG..............SET
"SET"

REACHING WHITE
BUG ANNOUNCE
"WHITE BUG"
ORDER
"SET IAS"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
IAS PB ON ADU..................DEPRESS
"IAS XXX SET"

ORDER
DO AND ANNOUNCE "SET MCT"
PWR MGT.......................................MCT
TORQUE.......................ADJUST / CHECK
"MCT SET"
ORDER
"NORMAL CONDITIONS, FLAPS 0"
OR
DO "ICING CONDITIONS, REMAIN FLAPS 15"
FLAPS LEVER....................SET AS RQRD

WHEN FLAPS AT 0/15 ANNOUNCE


ON FLAPS IN NORMAL CONDITIONS
INDICATOR "FLAPS 0"
OR
IN ICING CONDITIONS
"REMAIN FLAPS 15"

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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ABNORMAL SITUATIONS JUN 09

11. Engine flame out after V1 (3/4)


Flight events PNF PF

WHEN FLIGHT PATH ORDER


STABILIZED "ENGINE FLAME OUT AT TAKEOFF MEMO
ITEMS"

DO AND ANNOUNCE
DO AND ANNOUNCE PL 1(or 2)........POINTED AT WITH FINGER
PL POINTED AT BY PF...................CHECK "PL 1 (or 2)?"
"CONFIRM"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
PL 1 (or 2)....................RETARD GENTLY
DO AND ANNOUNCE TO FLIGHT IDLE
CL1 (or 2)........POINTED AT WITH FINGER "FLIGHT IDLE"
"CL 1 (or 2)?"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
CL POINTED AT BY PNF.................CHECK
DO AND ANNOUNCE "CONFIRM"
CL 1 (or 2)...................FEATHER THEN
FUEL SHUT-OFF
"FEATHER THEN FUEL SHUT-OFF"
Note: Do actions step by step. Stay
1 second in feather position before setting
CL to fuel shut-off.

ANNOUNCE
MEMO ITEMS COMPLETE

REQUEST
"ENGINE FLAME OUT AT TAKEOFF CHECKLIST,
RADIO MY SIDE"

TRANSMIT
"PAN PAN, PAN PAN, PAN PAN, (call sign),
ENGINE FLAME OUT, ILL CALL YOU BACK"

DO AND ANNOUNCE
ENGINE FLAME OUT AT T/O C/L TITLE.......
.......................POINTED AT WITH FINGER DO AND ANNOUNCE
"ENGINE FLAME OUT C/L POINTED BY PNF....................CHECK
AT TAKEOFF CHECKLIST?" "CONFIRM"

72 not PEC
PNF READS C/L READ, CHECK AND ANNOUNCE
UPTRIM....CHECK

READ AND ANNOUNCE


IF NO UPTRIM, YES OR NO? ANSWER
NO
AUTOFEATHER................................CHECK
BLEEDS AND PACKS FAULT LIGHTS...........
. ..............................................CHECK LIT
ABOVE 400FT AGL
PL AFFECTED SIDE.............................. FI
CL AFFECTED SIDE...... FTR AND FUEL SO
BLEED ENGINE ALIVE... OFF IF NECESSARY

READ AND ANNOUNCE


IF DAMAGE SUSPECTED, YES OR NO? ANSWER
YES

READ, DO AND ANNOUNCE


42 not PEC

"FIRE HANDLE PULL"


FIRE HANDLE 1 (or 2).........POINTED AT
WITH FINGER
"FIRE HANDLE 1 (or 2)?"

DO AND ANNOUNCE
FIRE HANDLE 1 (or 2)................PULLED
"PULLED"

ANNOUNCE
CHECKLIST COMPLETE

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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ABNORMAL SITUATIONS JUN 09

11. Engine flame out after V1 (3/4)


Flight events PNF PF
72 PEC

WHEN FLIGHT PATH ORDER


STABILIZED "ENGINE FLAME OUT AT TAKEOFF MEMO
ITEMS"

DO AND ANNOUNCE
DO AND ANNOUNCE PL 1(or 2)........POINTED AT WITH FINGER
PL POINTED AT BY PF...................CHECK "PL 1 (or 2)?"
"CONFIRM"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
PL 1 (or 2)....................RETARD GENTLY
DO AND ANNOUNCE TO FLIGHT IDLE
CL1 (or 2)........POINTED AT WITH FINGER "FLIGHT IDLE"
"CL 1 (or 2)?"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
DO AND ANNOUNCE CL POINTED AT BY PNF.................CHECK
CL 1 (or 2)...................FEATHER THEN "CONFIRM"
FUEL SHUT-OFF
"FEATHER THEN FUEL SHUT-OFF"
Note: Do actions step by step. Stay 1second in
feather position before setting CL to fuel shut-off.
42 PEC

ANNOUNCE
BLEED OFF IF NECESSARY, YES OR NO?
Note: concerning the alive engine bleed.
ANNOUNCE
ANNOUNCE According to performances:
MEMO ITEMS COMPLETE BLEED OFF or BLEED ON

REQUEST
"ENGINE FLAME OUT AT TAKEOFF CHECKLIST,
RADIO MY SIDE"

TRANSMIT
"PAN PAN, PAN PAN, PAN PAN, (call sign),
DO AND ANNOUNCE ENGINE FLAME OUT, ILL CALL YOU BACK"
ENGINE FLAME OUT AT T/O C/L TITLE.......
.......................POINTED AT WITH FINGER
"ENGINE FLAME OUT
AT TAKEOFF CHECKLIST?" DO AND ANNOUNCE
C/L POINTED AT BY PNF................CHECK
"CONFIRM"

READ, CHECK AND ANNOUNCE


PNF READS C/L UPTRIM....CHECK

READ AND ANNOUNCE


IF NO UPTRIM, YES OR NO?
ANSWER
AUTOFEATHER................................CHECK NO
BLEEDS AND PACKS FAULT LIGHTS...........
. ..............................................CHECK LIT
ABOVE 400FT AGL
PL AFFECTED SIDE................................ FI
CL AFFECTED SIDE........ FTR AND FUEL SO
BLEED ENGINE ALIVE..... OFF IF NECESSARY

READ AND ANNOUNCE


IF NO UPTRIM, YES OR NO?
ANSWER
READ, DO AND ANNOUNCE YES
"FIRE HANDLE PULL"
FIRE HANDLE 1 (or 2).........POINTED AT
WITH FINGER
"FIRE HANDLE 1 (or 2)?"

DO AND ANNOUNCE
FIRE HANDLE 1 (or 2)................PULL
"PULLED

ANNOUNCE
CHECKLIST COMPLETE

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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ABNORMAL SITUATIONS JUN 09

11. Engine flame out after V1 (4/4)


Flight events PNF PF

WHEN C/L DO AND ANNOUNCE


COMPLETED CAP LIGHTS...........CROSS-CHECKED WITH
LOCAL ALERTS
"CLEAR CAP"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
CLR PB..............................DEPRESS
CAP CLEARED
REQUEST
"AFTER TAKEOFF CHECKLIST"
ANNOUNCE AND READ
"AFTER TAKEOFF CHECKLIST"

REFER TO QRH 6.01

ANNOUNCE
"CHECKLIST COMPLETE"

DO AND ANNOUNCE ANNOUNCE


SINGLE ENGINE OPERATION C/L TITLE..... "SINGLE ENGINE OPERATION CHECKLIST"
.......................POINTED AT WITH FINGER
"SINGLE ENGINE OPERATION CHECKLIST?"

DO AND ANNOUNCE
C/L POINTED AT BY PNF................CHECK
REFER TO QRH 2.04 "CONFIRM"

ANNOUNCE

ALL ATR
"CHEK-LIST COMPLETE"

ANNOUNCE ANNOUNCE
"RADIO MY SIDE" "RADIO YOUR SIDE"

PF SUMS UP DO
SITUATION SUM UP ( Press Recall )
DO DECISION
INFORMATION INFORMATION

FOR TRAINING ONLY


04.11
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ABNORMAL SITUATIONS JUN 09
ALL ATR

FOR TRAINING ONLY


04.12
EMERGENCY & ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Page 1 01
ABNORMAL SITUATIONS JUN 09

12. Single engine go around (1/2)

Flight events PNF PF

MINIMUM ANNOUNCE
MINIMUM

DA OR MDA ANNOUNCE
(RUNWAY OR RAMP GO AROUND, FLAPS ONE NOTCH, SET
NOT IN SIGHT) POWER"
OR OTHER
UNEXPECTED EVENTS DO DO
FLAPS 15..............................SELECTED GA PB ON PL......................DEPRESS
TQ..........................CHECK / ADJUST GA PL...............ADVANCED TO WHITE MARK
ROTATE.............GA PITCH (~8NOSE UP)
WHEN FLAPS AT CAVALRY CHARGE.....................CANCEL
15 ON THE FLAPS ANNOUNCE
INDICATOR FLAPS 15, POWER SET"

POSITIVE RATE ANNOUNCE


POSITIVE RATE ORDER
GEAR UP, HEADING, LOW BANK,
DO IAS VGA
GEAR LEVER.....................................UP
HDG MODE................................SELECT
LOW BANK................................SELECT
IAS.....................................VGA SELECT
TAXI & T/O LIGHT.............................OFF

ANNOUNCE
IAS XXX SET

ORDER AND DO
DO AND ANNOUNCE SET SPEED BUG VGA
"SET"

WHEN ALL LIGHTS


EXTINGUISHED ON ANNOUNCE
LDG GEAR PANEL GEAR UP

REACHING
ACCELERATION ANNOUNCE
ALTITUDE ACCELERATION ALTITUDE
Note: mini ORDER
1000 ft AGL SET ALT
or higher if DO AND ANNOUNCE
requested ALT PB ON AFCS.................DEPRESS
"ALT GREEN"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
ALT GREEN ON FMA.....................CHECK
"CHECK"

ORDER AND DO
DO AND ANNOUNCE SET SPEED BUG WHITE BUG
"SET"
42 not PEC

FOR TRAINING ONLY


04.12
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ABNORMAL SITUATIONS JUN 09

12. Single engine go around (2/2 )


Flight events PNF PF

REACHING WHITE ANNOUNCE


BUG "WHITE BUG" ORDER
"SET IAS"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
IAS PB ON ADU.....................DEPRESS
"IAS XXX SET"

ORDER
"SET MCT"

DO AND ANNOUNCE
PWR MGT.......................................MCT
TORQUE......................ADJUST / CHECK
"MCT SET"

ORDER
"NORMAL CONDITIONS, FLAPS 0"
DO OR
FLAPS LEVER....................SET AS RQRD "ICING CONDITIONS, REMAIN FLAPS 15"

WHEN FLAPS REACH ANNOUNCE


THEIR POSITION ON IN NORMAL CONDITIONS
FLAPS INDICATOR "FLAPS 0"
OR
IN ICING CONDITIONS
"REMAIN FLAPS 15"
42 not PEC

FOR TRAINING ONLY


04.12
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ABNORMAL SITUATIONS JUN 09

12. Single engine go around (1/2)


Flight events PNF PF

MINIMUM ANNOUNCE
MINIMUM

DA OR MDA ANNOUNCE
(RUNWAY OR RAMP GO AROUND, FLAPS ONE NOTCH, SET
NOT IN SIGHT) POWER"
OR OTHER
UNEXPECTED EVENTS DO DO
FLAPS 25..............................SELECTED GA PB ON PL.........................DEPRESS
TQ..........................CHECK / ADJUST GA PL............................ADVANCE TO RAMP
WHEN FLAPS AT ROTATE.............GA PITCH (~8NOSE UP)
25 ON THE FLAPS CAVALRY CHARGE.....................CANCEL
INDICATOR ANNOUNCE
FLAPS 25, POWER SET"

POSITIVE RATE ANNOUNCE


POSITIVE RATE ORDER
GEAR UP, SET HEADING, LOW BANK,
DO IAS VGA

42 PEC
GEAR LEVER.....................................UP
HDG MODE................................SELECT
LOW BANK................................SELECT
IAS.....................................VGA SELECT
TAXI & T/O LIGHT.............................OFF

ANNOUNCE
IAS XXX SET

ORDER AND DO
DO AND ANNOUNCE SET SPEED BUG VGA
"SET"

WHEN ALL LIGHTS


EXTINGUISHED ON ANNOUNCE
LDG GEAR PANEL GEAR UP

REACHING
ACCELERATION ANNOUNCE
ALTITUDE ACCELERATION ALTITUDE
NOTE: MINI ORDER
1000 ft AGL SET ALT
or Higher if DO AND ANNOUNCE
requested ALT PB ON AFCS....................DEPRESS
"ALT GREEN"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
ALT GREEN ON FMA.....................CHECK
"CHECK"

REACHING
WHITE BUG OR ANNOUNCE
VGA + 15 WHITE BUG / VGA + 15 ORDER
FLAPS 15

Note: PF will order flaps retraction to 15


DO when speed reaches VGA + 15kt or White
FLAPS LEVER........................SET TO 15 Bug, whichever is lower.

WHEN FLAPS AT 15
ON FLAPS INDICATOR ANNOUNCE
FLAPS 15
ORDER AND DO
SET SPEED BUG WHITE BUG

DO AND ANNOUNCE
"SET"

FOR TRAINING ONLY


04.12
EMERGENCY & ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Page 2 02
ABNORMAL SITUATIONS JUN 09

12. Single engine go around (2/2)


Flight events PNF PF

REACHING WHITE ANNOUNCE


BUG "WHITE BUG" ORDER
"SET IAS"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
IAS PB ON ADU.....................DEPRESS
"IAS XXX SET"

ORDER
"SET MCT"

DO AND ANNOUNCE
PWR MGT.......................................MCT
TORQUE..ADJUSTED / CHECK IN THE NOTCH
"MCT SET"

ORDER
"NORMAL CONDITIONS, FLAPS 0"
DO OR
FLAPS LEVER....................SET AS RQRD "ICING CONDITIONS, REMAIN FLAPS 15"
42 PEC

ANNOUNCE
WHEN FLAPS AT IN NORMAL CONDITIONS
EXPECTED POSITION "FLAPS 0"
ON FLAPS INDICATOR OR
IN ICING CONDITIONS
"REMAIN FLAPS 15"

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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72 PEC
MINIMUM ANNOUNCE
MINIMUM

DA OR MDA ANNOUNCE
(RUNWAY OR RAMP GO AROUND, FLAPS ONE NOTCH, SET
NOT IN SIGHT) POWER"
OR OTHER
UNEXPECTED EVENTS DO DO
FLAPS 15..............................SELECTED GA PB ON PL.........................DEPRESS
TQ..........................CHECK / ADJUST GA PL...........................ADVANCE TO RAMP
WHEN FLAPS AT 15 ROTATE.............GA PITCH (~8NOSE UP)
ON FLAPS INDICATOR CAVALRY CHARGE.....................CANCEL
ANNOUNCE
FLAPS 15, POWER SET"

POSITIVE RATE ANNOUNCE


POSITIVE RATE ORDER
GEAR UP, SET HEADING, LOW BANK,
DO IAS VGA
GEAR LEVER.....................................UP
HDG MODE................................SELECT
LOW BANK................................SELECT
IAS.....................................VGA SELECT
TAXI & T/O LIGHT.............................OFF

ANNOUNCE
IAS XXX SET

ORDER AND DO
DO AND ANNOUNCE SET SPEED BUG VGA
"SET"

WHEN ALL LIGHTS


EXTINGUISHED ON ANNOUNCE
LDG GEAR PANEL GEAR UP

REACHING
ACCELERATION ANNOUNCE
ALTITUDE ACCELERATION ALTITUDE

72 not PEC
Note: mini ORDER
1000 ft AGL SET ALT
or higher if DO AND ANNOUNCE
requested ALT PB ON AFCS....................DEPRESS
"ALT GREEN"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
ALT GREEN ON FMA.....................CHECK
"CHECK"

ORDER AND DO
DO AND ANNOUNCE SET SPEED BUG WHITE BUG
"SET"

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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72 PEC

REACHING WHITE ANNOUNCE


BUG "WHITE BUG" ORDER
"SET IAS"
DO AND ANNOUNCE
IAS PB ON ADU.....................DEPRESS
"IAS XXX SET"

ORDER
"SET MCT"

DO AND ANNOUNCE
PWR MGT.......................................MCT
TORQUE..ADJUSTED / CHECK IN THE NOTCH
"MCT SET"

ORDER
"NORMAL CONDITIONS, FLAPS 0"
DO OR
FLAPS LEVER....................SET AS RQRD "ICING CONDITIONS, REMAIN FLAPS 15"

WHEN FLAPS AT ANNOUNCE


EXPECTED POSITION IN NORMAL CONDITIONS
ON FLAPS INDICATOR "FLAPS 0"
OR
IN ICING CONDITIONS
"REMAIN FLAPS 15"
72 not PEC

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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ACCORDING TO
FLIGHT EVENT OR
MASTER WARNING CAPTAIN

ORDER
EMERGENCY DESCENT MEMO ITEMS

Autopilot remains engaged

DO DO
O2 MASK (GOOGLES IF NECESSARY).....WEAR* O2 MASK (GOOGLES IF NECESSARY)....WEAR*

CREW COMMUNICATION.........ESTABLISH CREW COMMUNICATION........ESTABLISH


CAPTAIN / COPILOT OXYGEN ON, COPILOT / CAPTAIN OXYGEN ON,
RADIO YOUR SIDE RADIO MY SIDE
ENG START ROT SEL........CONT RELIGHT ALT SEL..LOWEST ALTITUDE QUICKLY ..SELECT
O2 PAX SUPPLY.................................ON IAS MODE..................................SELECT
OXYGEN PRESSURE........ .............CHECK HDG MODE................................SELECT
SEAT BELTS......................................ON HDG KNOB...........................TURN 45
XPDR............................................7700 According to flight conditions.
PLs....................................................FI
ANNOUNCE (ON PUBLIC ADDRESS) CLs........................................MAX RPM
EMERGENCY DESCENT, REMAIN SEATED
ANNOUNCE (ON VHF1)
DO MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY, XXX (callsign),
MINIMUM SAFE ALTITUDE...........CHECK EMERGENCY DESCENT, CONFIRM MSA
ALT SEL............................MSA SELECT

ANNOUNCE
MEMO ITEMS COMPLETE

DO ORDER
CHECKLIST.............................PREPARE EMERGENCY DESCENT CHECKLIST

ANNOUNCE
EMERGENCY DESCENT CHECKLIST DO

72 not PEC
SPEED......................................ADJUST
REFER TO QRH 1.08 According to potential structural damages.

HEADING..................................ADJUST
According to flight path (AWY, ATC).

*Note: Breathing 100% oxygen for a long period may cause alterations of understanding. So return
to Normal setting if no smoke presence.
42 not PEC

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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Flight events PNF PF
72 PEC

ACCORDING TO
FLIGHT EVENT OR
MASTER WARNING CAPTAIN

ORDER
EMERGENCY DESCENT MEMO ITEMS"

Autopilot remains engaged

DO DO
O2 MASK (GOOGLES IF NECESSARY)....WEAR* O2 MASK (GOOGLES IF NECESSARY)....WEAR*

CREW COMMUNICATION........ESTABLISH CREW COMMUNICATION........ESTABLISH


CAPTAIN / COPILOT OXYGEN ON, COPILOT / CAPTAIN OXYGEN ON,
RADIO YOUR SIDE RADIO MY SIDE
O2 PAX SUPPLY.................................ON ALT SEL..LOWEST ALTITUDE QUICKLY ...SELECT
SEAT BELTS......................................ON IAS MODE..................................SELECT
XPDR............................................7700 HDG MODE................................SELECT
42 PEC

HDG KNOB...........................TURN 45
ANNOUNCE (ON PUBLIC ADDRESS) According to flight conditions.
EMERGENCY DESCENT, REMAIN SEATED PLs....................................................FI
CLs........................................MAX RPM
DO
MINIMUM SAFE ALTITUDE...........CHECK ANNOUNCE (ON VHF1)
ALT SEL............................MSA SELECT MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY, XXX (callsign),
EMERGENCY DESCENT, CONFIRM MSA
ANNOUNCE
MEMO ITEMS COMPLETE

DO
CHECKLIST...........................PREPARE
ORDER
EMERGENCY DESCENT CHECKLIST

ANNOUNCE
EMERGENCY DESCENT CHECKLIST
DO
REFER TO QRH 1.08 SPEED......................................ADJUST
According to potential structural damages.

HEADING..................................ADJUST
According to flight path (AWY, ATC).

* Note: Breathing 100% oxygen for a long period may cause alterations of understanding. So
return to Normal setting if no smoke presence.

FOR
FOR
TRAINING
TRAINING
ONLY
ONLY
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APPROACHING FL 100
ANNOUNCE
YOU CAN REMOVE OXYGEN MASK
DO
OXYGEN MASK.........................REMOVE

ANNOUNCE
BREATHING NORMALLY

DO DO
OXYGEN MASK.........................REMOVE
OXYGEN HATCH...........................CLOSE OXYGEN HATCH...........................CLOSE
OXYGEN TEST PB....................DEPRESS OXYGEN TEST PB....................DEPRESS
Enables normal headset use. Enables normal headset use.

WHEN NORMAL
RATE OF DESCENT CAPTAIN
AVAILABLE*
DO
FLIGHT ATTENDANT REPORT...... REQUEST


ASSESMENT
DECISION
INFORMATION

ALL ATR
* Note: Unpressurized flight rate of descent has to must be used.

FOR TRAINING ONLY


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