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ABORTED TAKEOFF

1. Thrust Levers CLOSE


2. Brakes APPLY
3. Airbrakes DEPLOY
4. Thrust Reverser DEPLOY

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ENGINE FAILURE ABOVE V1

At Positive Rate of Climb:


1. LANDING GEAR Lever UP
2. MAIN AIR VLVs CLOSE
3. F/DK VLV CLOSE

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DOUBLE ENGINE FAILURE

1. ENG IGNITION 1 & 2 ON


2. Thrust Levers CLOSE
3. Crew Oxygen
yg DON MASKS IF ABOVE
15,000 FEET
Note: Headsets and hats must be removed before
donning oxygen mask.
4. Mic Selector MASK IF ABOVE 15,000
, FT
5. Engine Indications MONITOR 6
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OIL LOW PRESSURE

Illuminates to indicate the


associated engine oil pressure
is less than 23 PSI

1. Oil Pressure CHECK GAUGE READING


If below 25 PSI:
2 HP Cock (affected engine) CLOSE
2.
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ENGINE FIRE ON GROUND

1. START PWR Switch (starting only) PUSH


FOR ABORT
2. HP Cock (affected engine) CLOSE
3. LP Cock (affected engine) CLOSE
4. ENG EXT (affected engine) SHOT 1

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ENGINE FIRE BELOW V1

1. Thrust Levers CLOSE


2. Brakes APPLY
3. Air Brakes OPEN
4. Thrust Reverser DEPLOY

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ENGINE FIRE ABOVE V1

At Positive Rate of Climb:


1. LANDING GEAR Lever UP
2. MAIN AIR VLV CLOSE BOTH
3. F/DK VLV CLOSE

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ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT

1. Thrust Lever (affected engine) CLOSE


If fire warning persists:
2. HP Cock ((affected engine)
g ) CLOSE
3. LP Cock (affected engine) CLOSE
4. ENG EXT SHOT 1

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ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT ((Contd.))

If engine shutdown occurs during initial climb:


5. MAIN AIR VLVs 1 & 2 CLOSE
6. F/DK VLV CLOSE

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APU FIRE ((Honeywell


y GTCP 36
36--150 ((W)) APU))

Over
ver temperature is sensed.

1. STOP Switch PUSH MOMENTARILY


2. MASTER Switch OFF
3. FIRE EXT Switch LIFT GUARD/SELECT ON
If fire warning persists:
4 APU FIRE WARN CB PULL (DA-
4. (DA-D,
D N6)
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INADVERTENT THRUST REVERSER


DEPLOYMENT DURING TAKEOFF

Below V1 Takeoff Aborted:


1. Thrust Levers CLOSE
2. Brakes APPLY
3. Air Brakes DEPLOY
4. Thrust Reversers DEPLOY

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INADVERTENT THRUST REVERSER


DEPLOYMENT DURING TAKEOFF (Contd.)

After V1 Takeoff
Aft T k ff Continued:
C ti d
1. LANDING GEAR Lever UP
( h positive
(when iti climb
li b established)
t bli h d)
2. MAIN AIR VLVs CLOSE BOTH
3. F/DK VLV CLOSE

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INADVERTENT THRUST REVERSER


DEPLOYMENT IN FLIGHT

1 HP COCK ((affected
1. ff t d engine)
i ) CLOSE

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DEPRESSURIZATION

NOTE: Headsets and hats must be removed


before donning oxygen mask.

1 Crew Oxygen DON MASKS


1.
2. MIC Selector MASK

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EMERGENCY DESCENT

1. Thrust Levers CLOSE


2. Speed MMO/VMO
(unless structural damage is suspected)
3. AIRBRAKE OPEN

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FUSELAGE FIRE OR SMOKE

1. Crew Oxygen DON MASKS (100% EMERG)


2. MIC Selector MASK
3. Smoke Goggles
gg DON and VENT
4. Cabin Notices ON

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SMOKE FROM A/C DUCTS

1. Crew Oxygen DON MASKS (100% EMERG)


2. MIC Selector MASK
3. Smoke Goggles
gg DON and VENT
4. Cabin Notices ON

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HIGH PRESSURE AIR OVERHEAT

Indicates that HP bleed air between


the associated main air valve and the
flow control valve has reached or
exceeded 290C (554F)
(554F).

1. MAIN AIR VLV ((affected engine)


g ) CLOSE
2. F/DK VLV CLOSE

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REAR EQUIPMENT
Q BAY OVERHEAT
Indicates that any of six thermally
operated switches has detected an
overheat condition (100C (212F))
or greater) in the rear equipment bay

1. MAIN AIR VLVs 1 & 2 CLOSE


2. F/DK VLV OPEN FULLY

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ELECTRICAL FIRE OR SMOKE

1. Crew Oxygen DON MASKS/100% EMERG


2. MIC Selector MASK
3. Smoke Goggles
gg DON and VENT
4. Cabin Notices ON

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BATTERY OVERHEAT ((NiCad Only)


y)
Indicates that the temperature of
the associated battery is
approximately 71C (160F).

In Flight:
1 BATT EMERG
1.
On Ground:
1. BATT OFF
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BRAKE FAILURE

1. Brake Pedals RELEASE


2. WHEEL BRAKE Lever EMERGY
3. Brake Pedals APPLY GENTLY
Use one continuous application if possible

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EMERGENCY EVACUATION

1. Airplane STOP
2. WHEEL BRAKE Lever PARK
3. HP Cocks CLOSE
4. LP Cocks CLOSE
5. EMERG LIGHTS ((if required)
q ) MAN
6. PA ORDER EVACUATION
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7. DUMP VALVE OPEN
8. BATT OFF 26
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ABORTED TAKEOFF

1. Brakes APPLY
2. Thrust Levers CLOSE
3. Air Brakes DEPLOY
4. Thrust Reversers DEPLOY (if installed)

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ENGINE FAILURE ABOVE V1

At Positive Rate of Climb:


1. LANDING GEAR Lever UP
2. MAIN AIR VLVs CLOSE BOTH
3. F/DK VLV CLOSE

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DOUBLE ENGINE FAILURE

1. ENG IGNITION 1 & 2 ON


2. Thrust Levers CLOSE
3. Fuel Enrich ((if required)
q ) PUSH ((up
p to 400
400C))
If above 15,000 ft:
4 Crew Oxygen DON MASKS
4.

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ENGINE FIRE ON GROUND

1. START PWR (starting only) PUSH FOR


ABORT
2. HP Cock (affected engine) CLOSE
3. LP Cock (affected engine) CLOSE
4. ENG EXT (affected engine) SHOT 1

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ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT

1 Thrust Lever (affected engine) IDLE


1.
If fire warning persists:
2 HP Cock (affected engine) CLOSE
2.
3. LP Cock (affected engine) CLOSE
4 ENG EXT SHOT 1
4.
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ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT ((Contd.))

If engine shutdown occurs during initial climb:


5. MAIN AIR VLVs 1 & 2 CLOSE BOTH
6. F/DK VLV CLOSE

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INADVERTENT THRUST REVERSER


DEPLOYMENT IN FLIGHT

1 HP COCK ((affected
1. ff t d engine)
i ) CLOSE

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APU FIRE ((GARRETT


GARRETT GTCP 30
30--92C ((A)) APU)
APU)

1. APU MASTER Switch OFF (Wait 10 seconds)


If warning persists:
2. APU FIRE EXT OPERATE
Note: The extinguisher switch may be operated
immediately if the turbine is not operating.
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE THE AIRCRAFT OR APU
AFTER A SUSPECTED FIRE UNTIL
POSSIBLE DAMAGE HAS BEEN ASSESSED.
ASSESSED
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APU FIRE ((TURBOMACH T62T - 40C APU))

1. APU MASTER Switch OFF


2. APU FIRE EXT OPERATE

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DEPRESSURIZATION

Indicates cabin altitude has


reached 9,300 +300 ft; a warning
horn also sounds.

1. Crew Oxygen DON MASKS

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EMERGENCY DESCENT

Indicates cabin altitude has


reached
h d 9,300
9 300 +300
300 ft
ft; a warning
i
horn also sounds.

1. Thrust Levers CLOSE


2 Speed MMO/VMO
2.
(unless structural damage is suspected)
3. AIRBRAKE OPEN
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FUSELAGE FIRE OR SMOKE

1. Crew Oxygen DON MASKS (100% EMERG)


2. Smoke Goggles DON/VENT
3. Cabin Notices ON

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SMOKE FROM A/C DUCTS

1. Crew Oxygen DON MASKS (100% EMERG)


2. Smoke Goggles DON/VENT
3. Cabin Notices ON

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HIGH PRESSURE AIR OVERHEAT

Indicates that HP bleed air between


th associated
the i t d main
i air
i valve
l andd
the flow control valve has reached
or exceeded 315
315C.
C

1. Associated MAIN AIR VLV CLOSE


2. F/DK VLV CLOSE

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REAR BAY OVERHEAT


Indicates any of six thermally
operated switches has detected
an overheat condition (100
(100C or
greater) in the rear equipment bay.

1. MAIN AIR VLVs 1 & 2 CLOSE


2. F/DK VLV OPEN FULLY

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FIRE IN FLIGHT COMPARTMENT OR PASSENGER CABIN

1. Crew Oxygen DON MASKS (100% EMERG)


2. Smoke Goggles DON and VENT
3. Cabin Notices ON

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ELECTRICAL FIRE OR SMOKE

1. Crew Oxygen DON MASKS (100% EMERG)


2. Smoke Goggles DON/VENT
3. Cabin Notices ON

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BATTERY OVERHEAT
Indicates the temperature of the
associated batteryy is
approximately 71
71C.

In Flight:
1 BATT EMERG
1.
On Ground:
1 BATT OFF
1.
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BRAKE FAILURE

1. Brake Pedals RELEASE


2. WHEEL BRAKE Lever EMERGY
3. Brake Pedals APPLY GENTLY
Use one continuous application if possible

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EMERGENCY EVACUATION
1. Aircraft STOP
2. WHEEL BRAKE Lever PARK
3. HP Cocks CLOSE
4. LP Cocks CLOSE
5. Evacuation ORDER OVER PA
6. DUMP VALVE OPEN
7. ENG 1 & ENG 2 Extinguishers SHOT 1 (BOTH)
8. APU FIRE EXT (if fitted) OPERATE
9. Notify ATC on VHF COMM 1
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Annunciators

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Annunciators

Indicates an APU fire.


fire
Fire bell will not cancel
until the APU master
Honeywell GTCP 36-
36-150 (W)
switch is selected OFF

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate the


APU generator line contactor
is de
de--energized
g
Sundstrand/Solar/
Turbomach

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate an
overheat or fire condition in
the APU
Honeywell/Garrett
GTCP--36
GTCP 36--150
150--(W)

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate oil


pressure is less than 35 psig.
APU shuts down if operating
p g
Honeywell/Garrett

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate
temperature is above 325
325F.
APU shuts down if operating
Honeywell/Garrett

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate BLEED


AIR switch is set to CLOSE,
but Load Control Valve has
Honeywell/Garrett
f il d to
failed t close
l

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate Load


Control Valve is open

Honeywell/Garrett

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate APU


has reached operating speed

Honeywell/Garrett

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate the


APU master switch is ON

Honeywell/Garrett

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate the


temperature in a fire zone in
the associated engine
g
exceeds a preset limit. The
fire bell also sounds

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate the


associated engine oil
pressure is less than 23 PSI

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Annunciators

ON GROUND:
Indicates the associated main
air valve is open
IN FLIGHT:
Indicates that the associated
main air valve does not
correspond with the switch
position

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Annunciators

Indicates that the associated


engine bleed air pressure is:
Insufficient for engine anti
anti--icing
or
The anti-
anti-ice valve is not in the
selected position

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate the


entry door is not fully locked

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate an amber


hydraulic annunciator is
illuminated on the overhead
panel

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Annunciators

Indicates that approximately


pint of fluid was withdrawn
from the tank. Illuminates
when the auxiliary system is
used

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate the


associated supply pressure
fell to 1,500
, PSI for more than
57 seconds
Remains illuminated until
pressure rises to 1,850 PSI

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate the


airbrakes are extended from
the shut position
p

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate
cabin altitude has
reached 9,300
, 300 feet

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Annunciators

Indicates any of six thermally


operated switches has
detected an overheat
condition (100
(100C or greater) in
the rear equipment bay

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Annunciators

On ground with T/R selected


indicates rudder bias inhibit
failure
In flight without T/R selected
indicates hydraulic isolation
valve failure

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Annunciators

Illuminates to direct attention


to the overhead panel Ice
Protection section.
Indicates Ice Detected or ice
protection device not selected
or failed.

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Annunciators

Indicates that either or both


engine antice switches are ON

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate duct


temperature exceeds
((800XP: 115
115C and 800: 116
116C))
Cabin temperature control
valve automatically closes
(800XP)

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate one or


both Rudder Bias switches
are OFF

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate a stall


warning and identification
annunciator is illuminated on
the left and right instrument
panel

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate a DC
fault is annunciated on the
overhead panel
p

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate that


the associated generator line
contactor is de
de--energized
g

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate the


temperature of the associated
NiCad batteryy is approximately
pp y
57C (135F)

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Annunciators

Illuminates to indicate the


Mach trim function is not
available
a a ab e (800
(800XP))

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Operational
Limitations

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Aircraft General

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Aircraft General

The Minimum Crew for the Hawker 800 and


800XP is:

Two

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Aircraft General

The maximum number of occupants is:

17

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Aircraft General

When not in use,


use the third crewmember seat
must be:

Folded and Stowed

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Aircraft General

The maximum takeoff weight is:

Hawker 800: 27,400 pounds


Hawker 800XP: 28,000 pounds

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Aircraft General

The MMO with the ventral tank empty is:

0.80 IMN

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Aircraft General

VMO when the ventral tank is empty:

335 Kts

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Aircraft General

VMO when the ventral tank contains fuel is:

280 Kts

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Aircraft General

The maximum air temperature for flight is:

ISA + 35
35C

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Aircraft General

The minimum temperature for takeoff or


landing is:

-40
40C

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Aircraft General

The minimum temperature enroute is:

-75
75C

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Aircraft General

The maximum tailwind component for takeoff


or landing is:

10 Kts

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Aircraft General

The maximum demonstrated crosswind


component for takeoff or landing is:

30 Kts

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Aircraft General

The maximum runway slope for takeoff or


landing is:

2%

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Aircraft General

The bird strike speed up to 8,000


8 000 feet is:

280 Kts

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Aircraft General

The maximum permissible altitude for flight is:

41,000 feet

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Aircraft General

Maneuvering Speed
Speed, VA is:

196 Kts

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Aircraft General

The ENT DOOR UNLOCKED annunciator


extinguishes when:

The door closed and door locked


microswitches are both depressed

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Aircraft General

The maximum and minimum altitudes for


takeoff or landing without use of a Cabin High
Datum Switch:

9,000 feet 2,000 feet

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Aircraft General

The maximum altitude for takeoff or landing


with the use of a Cabin High Datum Switch:

13,000 feet

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Aircraft General

The main cabin door is counterbalanced by:

A spring loaded Tensator Motor

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Aircraft General

In air transport operations


operations, is smoking in the
lavatory permitted?

No

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Aircraft General

Where is the emergency exit located?

On the right side of the fuselage above the


right wing

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Aircraft General

The aileron/elevator gust lock is located:

Under the left writing


g pad
p

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Emergency Equipment

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Emergency Equipment

What breathing equipment must be available


for a crewmember to use in fire fighting?

A PBE (Portable Breathing Equipment)

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Emergency Equipment

In addition to protecting the rudder on the


ground, the Rudder Gust Lock may also be
used to:

Operate the hand pump for emergency


landing gear and flap
f extension

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Emergency Equipment

The crash axe should be stowed:

On the bulkhead behind the left side


pilots seat.

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Emergency Equipment

The pilot
pilots
s stations are equipped with what
emergency equipment?

Flashlights, oxygen masks with eye


protection, fire extinguisher, crash axe and
life preservers

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Electrical

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Electrical

Each NiCad main battery is rated at how


many Volts and Ampere hours?

24 V
Volts,
lt 23 A
Ampere H
Hours

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Electrical

Each Valve Regulated, Sealed Lead Acid


main battery is rated at how many Volts and
Ampere Hours?
24 Volts and either 25 or 28 Ampere Hours

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Electrical

What is the maximum continuous generator


load limit?

300 A
Amps

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Electrical

How can a generator be manually


disconnected from its PS bus?

Select
S l t the
th generator
t switch
it h to
t TRIP

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Electrical

How can the battery charge rate be


monitored?

Depress
D th
the ammeter
t BATT push
h button
b tt

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Electrical

How may the ammeter scale be enlarged for


more accurate viewing?

While
Whil holding
h ldi the
th depressed
d d BATT push
h
button, depress the 0
0--40 button

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Electrical

Where is the ground power receptacle?

The ground power receptacle is


l
located
d on the
h right
i h rear fuselage
f l

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Electrical

Initial selection of the battery switch to ON


causes:

Initial
I iti l selection
l ti off the
th battery
b tt switch
it h to
t
ON closes both emergency contactors
supplying power from both batteries
to the PE bus

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Electrical

With the battery switch selected ON, power


to close both emergency contactors is
provided by:

With the battery switch selected ON,


power from battery 1 closes both
emergency contactors

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Electrical

When charging batteries from a Ground


Power Unit (GPU) how may charge rate be
confirmed?

When charging batteries from a


Ground Power Unit,
Unit battery charge is
confirmed by a BATT amp reading on
the overhead panel when pushing the
AMP BATT push button

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Electrical

In the Hawker 800 should a battery capacity


check be accomplished before using ground
power for starting?

Yes

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Electrical

After starting both engines using external


power, what actions should be taken?

Select START PWER switch OFF


EXT POWER switch OFF
External Supply Disconnect
Check batteries charging

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Electrical

May the airplane engine or APU generators


be used to assist ground power in starting an
engine?

NO. When ground power is used the


engine and APU generator line
contactors are held open

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Electrical

When using external ground power, the bus


bar system is energized only when ground
power voltage is between ________ and
________ Volts

24.5
24 and
d 29
29.5 V
Volts
l

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Electrical

The minimum battery temperature at takeoff


with (NiCad batteries) is:

-10
10C

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Electrical

The maximum battery charge rate


immediately before takeoff shall not be
greater than:

20 Amps

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Electrical

The reason the battery charge rate is limited


immediately before takeoff is:

To ensure that there will be a minimum


of 10 minutes battery power available
immediately after takeoff in the event
of a double generator failure

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Electrical

With both generators on line and the bus tie


closed the maximum permissible
discrepancy between generator 1 and 2
ammeter readings is:

40 Amps

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Electrical

For normal flight, the standby inverter switch


should be selected to which position?

ARM

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Electrical

From what four sources may the main


aircraft batteries be charged?

The left and right engine starter-


starter-
generators, the APU starter-
starter-generator
and a Ground Power Unit (GPU)

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Electrical

For external power starts, the ground power


unit must supply _______ Volts. It must have
a short term capacity _______ Amps and be
fitted with _______ Amps current limiter.

28
1,500
1,100

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Electrical

When charging the aircraft batteries using


ground power, the EXT BATT CHG switch
should be selected off when the charge
current drops to less than ______ Amps.

5 Amps
A

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Electrical

Two _______ Volt Amps (VA) or two ______ VA


static inverters in the rear bay supply ______
Volts at _______ Hertz for AC powered
services

1,250
1 250
1,500
115
400
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Electrical

The APU generator provides ______ Volts,


DC power?

28 Volts

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Electrical

When the APU generator comes on line it


energizes bus bars _____, _____ and _____
and connects the number _____ battery to its
charge circuit
PS
PS--2,, PE,, PE-
PE-2
two

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Electrical

After the APU comes on line, which switch


must be selected to connect the number one
battery to its charge circuit?

The bus tie

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Electrical

What is the purpose of the bus tie?

The bus tie, connects the PS-


PS-1 and PS
PS--2
bus.
b Opening
O i the
th bus
b tie
ti separates
t PS-
PS-1
and PS-
PS-2

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Electrical

During external battery charging the battery


contactors will be opened to discontinue
charging in the event charge voltage drops
below ______Volts or rises above ____ Volts

24.5
24 5 and
d 29
29.5
5

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Electrical

Under normal conditions, the number 1


inverter powers:

XS
XS--1 Bus and XE bus

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Electrical

Under normal conditions, the number 2


inverter powers:

XS
XS--2 bus

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Electrical

The captain
captains
s EFIS panels are powered by
instrument transformer number 1 which
receives power from:
XE bus

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Electrical

The copilot
copilots
s EFIS panels are powered by
instrument transformer number 2 which
receives power from:
XS
XS--1 bus

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Electrical

The maintenance document which details


sources of power and amperage draw for
electrically operated equipment is called:

The Electrical Load Analysis


It lists electrical devices, amperage
draw and lists the buses which
provide
id electrical
l t i l power

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Electrical Abnormals and


Emergency
Emergency

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Electrical Abnormals and Emergency

Transient excursions of engine generator


load up to a maximum of 400 Amperes are
allowed for a maximum of:

2 minutes

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Electrical Abnormals and Emergency

The purpose of the standby inverter in


airplanes so equipped is:

To power the XE bus providing power


for the Captains flight instruments in
the event of a dual main inverter
failure

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Electrical Abnormals and Emergency

When the BATT switch is in the BATT EMERG


position, what is the source of power for
closing the emergency contactors?

When the BATT switch is in the


EMERG position,
position both batteries supply
power to both emergency contactors
to connect both batteries to PE

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Electrical Abnormals and Emergency

The battery isolate switch may be used to


isolate:

The battery isolate switch may be


used to isolate EITHER battery 1 or
battery 2 from its charging source

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Lighting System

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Lighting System

With how many taxi lights is the airplane


equipped?

Four taxi lights

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Lighting System

Why should the landing lights be used only


briefly on the ground?

The 450 Watt landing lights should be


used only briefly on the ground to
protect the leading edge
transparencies from damage

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Lighting System

What lights are hot wired to the aircraft main


batteries?

Rear Equipment Bay lighting,


Entry/Vestibule lights, Wander Light
Overhead Chart Lights when
controlled by the top position of the
Wander light switch located on the
bulkhead behind the copilot seat

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Lighting System

Where is the storm light located?

The storm light is located above the


DA-A panel above and behind the
DA-
First Officer

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Lighting System

Where is the switch for the adjustable spot


light on the left hand bulkhead which
illuminates the DA-
DA-D circuit breaker panel?

The switch is located directly above


the
th spotlight
tli ht

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Lighting System

Will a flashing amber annunciator on the


Master Warning System (MWS) Panel cause
the Master Warning system red flashers to
illuminate?
NO
A flashing amber annunciator will not
cause the red MWS lights to flash

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Lighting System

The left landing and taxi lights receive power


from what bus?

The
Th left
l ft llanding
di and
d taxi
t i lights
li ht receive
i
power from the PE bus

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Lighting System

The right landing and taxi lights are powered


by what bus?

The
Th right
i ht landing
l di and
d taxi
t i lights
li ht are
powered by the PS-
PS-2 bus

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Lighting System

How may the Flight Annunciators be


checked?

The
Th flight
fli ht Annunciators
A i t may be
b
dimmed and brightened using the
rheostat knob above the Captain
Captainss
EADI. The Dim/Fail toggle may be used
to determine that the lights
g can be
made to operate at full bright in the
event of a dimmer failure

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Lighting System
How may the MWS Annunciators be
checked?
The MWS Annunciators may be tested
using the TEST button above the MWS
panel and may be dimmed and
b i ht
brightened d using
i the
th rheostat
h t t knob
k b
above the MWS Panel. The Dim/Fail
toggle may be used to determine that
the lights can be made to operate at
full bright
g in the event of a dimmer
failure
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Communications Equipment

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Communications Equipment

On airplanes with the Honeywell RM


RM--850 or
RM--855 Radio Management Units (RMU), what
RM
key may be used to control the opposite side
RMU?

The
Th key
k will
ill allow
ll operation
ti off the
th opposite
it
side radio

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Communications Equipment

On the RM
RM--850 or RM
RM--855 RMU
RMU, the curser
always defaults to what position?

On these Radio Management Units the curser


always defaults to the Com preset frequency
position
iti

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Communications Equipment

In the Collins RTU 870A (Radio tuning Unit)


Unit),
instead of a curser the unit displays______

The Collins RTU displays a Selector Star,


often referred to as a Snowflake to indicate
which
hi h field
fi ld is
i active
ti

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Communications Equipment

The Com SQ button on the RMU or RTU is


used for:

The COM SQ button when pushed disables


the squelch circuits so that distant signals
may be
b heard
h d

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Communications Equipment

In Pro
Pro--Line 21 equipped airplanes,
airplanes when the
CTL--23 backup Tuning Unit is controlling the
CTL
Captains
Captain s side COM radio frequencies, where
is the COM 1 frequency is displayed?

When
Wh the th backup
b k Tuning
T i Unit
U it is
i controlling
t lli
the Captains side Com radio, the frequency
is displayed on the PFDs

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Flight Instruments

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Flight Instruments

In the Honeywell equipped Hawker where are


airspeed bugs displayed for takeoff and
landing?

The airspeed bugs are displayed on the left


side
id off th
the EADI

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Flight Instruments

In the Honeywell equipped Hawker where are


preselected altitude, decision height, vertical
speed and target vertical speed displayed?

Preselected altitude, DH, vertical speed and


t
targett vertical
ti l speed
d are di
displayed
l d on the
th
right side of the EADI

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Flight Instruments

With Collins ALI-


ALI-850 barometric altimeters
installed, how may an altitude be preselected?

With the Collins altimeters, turning the ALT


SEL knob on either unit will change the
altitude selection on both units

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Flight Instruments

With the Collins APS


APS--86 EADI how may Angular
Deviation for the Course Deviation Indicator
(CDI) be selected?

The DME Hold button on the RTU 870A Radio


T i Unit
Tuning U it may be
b usedd to
t select
l t ANGular
ANG l
deviation versus LINear deviation

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Flight Instruments

EFIS MASTER BYPASS and RADIO MASTER


BYPASS switch/circuit breakers on the DA-DA-A panel
behind the copilots seat are primarily used by
maintenance personnel to directly provide power to
avionics during testing and servicing. For what
other purpose may they be used?

The EFIS MASTER BYPASS and RADIO MASTER


BYPASS switch circuit breakers may also be
used by the crew to power avionics in the event
of a power interruption.
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Flight Instruments

The normal or primary power source for the


ESIS or Standby Attitude Indicator and lighting
for the Standby Attitude Indicator, Altimeter and
Airspeed Indicator is:

Depending on installation the standby


instruments primary power source is either
the PE bus or the PS-
PS-1 bus

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Flight Instruments

When flying a VOR approach (Collins Equipped


Plane) why should the DME HOLD button be
used?

The DME HOLD button is used to select


ANG l deviation.
ANGular d i ti ANG DEV will ill be
b
displayed on the left side of the EHSI
Angular
A l deviation
d i ti isi required
i d when
h
performing a VOR Approach

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Fli ht Instruments
Flight I t t
Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures

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Flight Instruments Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If the co
co--pilot
pilots
s and standby airspeed indications
disagree with the Captains airspeed indication
g be the cause? What actions might
what might g be
taken to correct the problem?

There
Th may be
b a leak
l k in
i the
th pitot
it t line
li f di
feeding
the third channel stall detector or ancillaries.
The pitot isolation valve may be closed to
isolate the leak

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Flight Instruments Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What would an illuminated amber COMPR MON


annunciator indicate?

There is a miscompare of attitude, localizer,


glideslope,, indicated airspeed, heading or
glideslope
radar
d altimeter
lti t iindication
di ti

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Flight Instruments Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

The green LAFCS and RAFCS annunciator


Switchlights to the right of the EADI indicate:

The LAFCS and RAFCS lights indicate which


flight guidance computer is active. The white
arrows adjacent
dj t to
t the
th A/P and
d Y/D switches
it h
on the GC-
GC-810 Flight Guidance Controller
should match

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Flight Instruments Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

An EFIS OVHT or MFD amber annunciator


indicates that the indicated equipment is
overheating and must not be operated
continuously for more than how many
minutes?
5 minutes

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Flight Instruments Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If the red letters SG appear in the center of a red


box in the center of both on side Honeywell EADI
and EHSI p panels against
g a black background
g this
indicates:

The on-
on-side Symbol Generator has failed

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Flight Instruments Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What actions may be taken to restore EADI and


EHSI functions in the event of Symbol Generator
Failure?

The MFD Symbol Generator may be selected


or the
th on side
id SG REV switch
it h may be
b
selected to display a repeat of the off side
pilots
pilot s instruments

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Flight Instruments Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If a DGRAD amber light,


light an FMS DEGRADE or a
GPS INTEG annunciator illuminates when flying
an RNAV/GPS approach,
pp , what action should be
taken?

The
Th approach
h mustt be
b discontinued
di ti d

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Flight Instruments Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

In the Collins equipped airplane,


airplane in the event of a
transponder failure, how can the opposite side
transponder
p be selected?

Select the opposite side transponder by


pressing
i the
th ATC1/ATC2 selector
l t switch
it h to
t
the right of the copilots Radio Tuning Unit
(RTU)

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Flight Instruments Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

In the Collins equipped airplane,


airplane how may the
TCAS system be tested?

Press the line select key adjacent to the


transponder code on the RTU, then select
TEST

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Flight Instruments Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

How may the EGPWS system be tested?


(Collins/Universal equipped airplane)

Press the EGPWS test button above and to


the right of the copilots PFD (Primary Flight
Display)
Di l )

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Navigation Equipment

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Navigation Equipment

On airplanes equipped with Honeywell


y EFIS
Displays, what indicates the source of the
navigation data?
The RMI needle bears a large round dot to
indicate that the information is from the
C t i radio
Captains di or FMS or a diamond
di d if from
f the
th
copilots radio or FMS.
If the needle is green the source is on-
on-side and if
amber from the opposite side. A round dot or
diamond on the left side of the EHSI shows the
source with
ith the
th letter
l tt A,
A V or F
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Hawker 800/800XP
Navigation Equipment

Collins Sensor Display Units may display


course deviation indicators, RMI needles and
DME distance. True or False

True

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Hawker 800/800XP
Navigation Equipment

What warning is given if the aircraft exceeds


VMO or MMO?

A warning horn sounds intermittently

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Hawker 800/800XP
Navigation Equipment

When does the altitude pre-


pre-selector sound an
audio tone?

The altitude pre-


pre-selector sounds a tone
1,000 feet prior to a selected altitude and
when departing 250 feet from the selected
altitude. (200 feet Pro
Pro--Line 21)

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Hawker 800/800XP
Navigation Equipment

When is the half bank mode used?

The half bank mode may be selected at any


altitude and will automatically engage at
higher altitudes

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Hawker 800/800XP
Navigation Equipment

In Pro
Pro--Line 21 equipped airplanes,
airplanes the half
bank mode is automatically selected when
the airplane climbs through what altitude?

In airplanes equipped with Pro-


Pro-Line 1
avionics
i i theth Half
H lf Bank
B k isi automatically
t ti ll
selected when the aircraft climbs through
18,500
18 500 feet pressure altitude

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Hawker 800/800XP
Navigation Equipment

In Pro-
Pro-Line 21 equipped airplanes, the
maximum demonstrated adverse wind
components for autopilot coupled
approaches
h are:
17 Kts crosswind: 11 Kts tailwind

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Hawker 800/800XP
Navigation Equipment

What must be done to engage the Yaw Damper

To engage
g g the Yaw Damper
p only y the Yaw
Damper switch need be selected

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Hawker 800/800XP
Navigation Equipment

The FLCH mode (Honeywell) or SPEED mode


(Collins) is used for what purpose?

The FLCH or SPEED mode is used to


maintain the speed indicated at the time of
selection or the speed subsequently selected

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Hawker 800/800XP

FMS Local Area Navigation

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Hawker 800/800XP
FMS Local Area Navigation

The keys on the sides of the FMS screen are


called:

Line Select keys

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Hawker 800/800XP
FMS Local Area Navigation

On the UNS
UNS--1 FMS Flight Plans are built on
which page?

Flight Plans are built on the FPL page

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Hawker 800/800XP
FMS Local Area Navigation

When flying using the UNS1


UNS1--FMS,
FMS which
page is displayed?

When in flight the NAV page is normally


displayed

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Hawker 800/800XP
FMS Local Area Navigation

On the Honeywell FMS,


FMS flight plans are entered
by first selecting which key?

Flight Plans are entered after first selecting


the FPL key

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FMS Local Area Navigation

Which keys are selected on the Collins


UNS--1 FMS to enter a flight plan?
UNS

Flight plans are entered by first selecting


the FPL key, then MENU

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Hawker 800/800XP
FMS Local Area Navigation

If when executing an RNAV GPS approach,


approach
inside the final approach fix, a DGRAD or GPS
Fail message appears, may the approach be
continued?

NO Th
The approach
h mustt be
b abandoned
b d d and
d
the missed approach procedure followed

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Hawker 800/800XP
FMS Local Area Navigation

On the Honeywell FMS


FMS, which of the function
keys are menu keys?

The Menu keys are PERF, NAV and DIR

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Hawker 800/800XP
FMS Local Area Navigation

The Universal FMS will display the holding


course, the inbound and outbound legs, type of
holding entry and holding leg distance when:

NAV, MNVR, HOLD DEFN are selected

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Hawker 800/800XP

Powerplant

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Hawker 800/800XP
Powerplant

What kind of engines are installed in the


Hawker 800? _____ 800XP _____

Honeywell TFE-
TFE-731
731--5R
5R--1h (800)
Honeywell TFE-
TFE-731
731--5BR
5BR--1h (800XP)

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Hawker 800/800XP
Powerplant

How is climb power set?

Climb power is set by:


Reducing power until the green lights on
the ITT gauges illuminate (Hawker
800XP)
Reducing power until the ITT gauges
indicate 890oC (Hawker 800)

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Hawker 800/800XP
Powerplant

When should the engine oil filter Differential


Pressure Indicators (DPIs) be checked?

The DPIs should be checked before flight

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Hawker 800/800XP
Powerplant

What is the minimum oil pressure for idle?

25 PSI

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Hawker 800/800XP
Powerplant

Takeoff power is normally set using what


instrument?

N1 gauge

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Hawker 800/800XP

P
Powerplant
l t Abnormals
Ab l andd
Emergency Procedures

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Hawker 800/800XP
Powerplant Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
The memory items for Aborted Takeoff are:

Thrust Levers CLOSE


Brakes APPLY
Airbrakes DEPLOY
Thrust Reversers DEPLOY

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Hawker 800/800XP
Powerplant Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
The memory items for Engine Failure above
V1 are:

At positive rate of climb:


Landing Gear UP
Main Air Valves CLOSE
F/DK V
Valve
l CLOSE

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Hawker 800/800XP
Powerplant Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
The memory items for Double Engine Failure are:

ENG IGNITION ON
Thrust Levers CLOSE
Crew Oxygen DON MASKS
(if above 15,000 feet)
Engine Indications MONITOR

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Hawker 800/800XP
Powerplant Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
May a starter assisted relight with the engine fuel
computer inoperative be successful if the airplane
is at 25,000
, feet at a speed
p of 220 knots?

No

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Hawker 800/800XP
Powerplant Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
What are the memory items for OIL LOW
PRESSURE?

Oil Pressure CHECK GAUGE READING If


below 25 PSI, HP Cock (affected engine) -
CLOSE

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Hawker 800/800XP
Powerplant Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
When an ENG 1 CMPTR annunciator on the MWS
panel is observed in flight, will the DEEC maintain
engine
g RPM?

No. Overspeed should be selected and


Engine RPM will be manually controlled

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Hawker 800/800XP
Powerplant Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
To perform an IMMEDIATE RELIGHT procedure:

ENG IGNITION ON
Thrust Lever, affected engine CLOSE

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APU

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Hawker 800/800XP
APU

May the GTCP 36-


36-150 (W) APU remain in
operation during pressure refueling?

Yes (Consult the STC Supplement in the


Approved Airplane flight Manual
Supplements Section)

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Hawker 800/800XP
APU

May the Turbomach T62T


T62T--40C APU remain in
operation during pressure refueling?

It depends Consult the STC Supplement in


the Approved Airplane Flight Manual
Supplement Section

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Hawker 800/800XP
APU

Is APU Generator output isolated from the bus


bar system with external power connected and
switched on?

Yes

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Hawker 800/800XP

Engine Fire Protection

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Hawker 800/800XP
Engine Fire Protection

What are the cockpit indications of an engine


fire or overheat?

A
An engine
i Fire
Fi Light
Li ht on the
th Fire
Fi panell
Two red flashing central attention getter
li ht
lights
A red fire warning light on the MWS Panel
A red light showing through the appropriate
HP Cock
A loud continuous bell 222
Hawker 800/800XP
Engine Fire Protection

How can the engine fire bell be silenced?

By pushing the associated bell cancel


switch

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Hawker 800/800XP
Engine Fire Protection

May both engine fire extinguisher bottles be


discharged to one engine?

Yes

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Hawker 800/800XP
Engine Fire Protection

Where does the extinguishant for shot 1


come from?

Shot 1 for either engine comes from


the on side fire extinguisher

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Hawker 800/800XP
Engine Fire Protection

Where does the extinguishant for shot 2


come from?

Shot 2 for either engine comes from


the opposite side fire extinguisher

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Hawker 800/800XP
Engine Fire Protection

Where are the engine fire extinguisher


thermal relief indicators?

The thermal relief indicators are located on


the left side of the aft fuselage

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Hawker 800/800XP
Engine Fire Protection

Electrical power to fire shot one of either


engine fire extinguisher comes from what
source?

PE bus

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Hawker 800/800XP
Engine Fire Protection

Electrical power to fire shot two of either


engine fire extinguisher comes from what
source?

PS
PS--2 bus

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Hawker 800/800XP
Engine Fire Protection

Which bus powers the fire detection system?

PE bus

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Hawker 800/800XP
Engine Fire Protection

How many fire extinguisher bottles are in the


rear bay?

Three
Th

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Hawker 800/800XP
Engine Fire Protection

In the event of dual generator failure how


many engine fire extinguisher shots will be
available to each engine?

One

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Hawker 800/800XP

Fi Protection
Fire P t ti Ab
Abnormals
l
and Emergency Procedures

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fire Protection Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What are the memory items for ENGINE FIRE on


the ground?

START PWR Switch (starting only) PUSH


FOR ABORT
HP COCK (affected engine) CLOSE
LP COCK (affected engine) CLOSE
ENG EXT (affected engine) SHOT 1

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fire Protection Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What are the memory items for ENGINE FIRE


below V1?

Thrust Levers CLOSE


Brakes APPLY
Air Brakes OPEN
Thrust
Thr st Reversers
Re ersers DEPLOY

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fire Protection Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What are the memory items for ENGINE FIRE


above V1?

At positive rate of climb:


Landing
g Gear UP
MAIN AIR VLVs CLOSE BOTH
F/DK VLV CLOSE

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fire Protection Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What are the memory items for ENGINE FIRE in


FLIGHT?

Thrust Lever (affected engine) IDLE


If fire warning persists:
HP COCK (affected engine) CLOSE
LP COCK ((affected
ff t d engine)
i ) close
l
ENG EXTINGUISHER SHOT 1

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fire Protection Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If engine shutdown occurs during initial climb:

MAIN AIR VLVS 1 & 2 CLOSE


F/DK VLV CLOSE

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fire Protection Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What are the memory items for APU FIRE


(Honeywell GTCP 36-
36-150 (W)?

STOP switch PUSH


MASTER Switch OFF
FIRE Extinguisher Switch LIFT
GUARD/SELECT ON

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fire Protection Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What are the memory items for APU FIRE


(Honeywell GTCP 36-
36-150 (W))?

STOP switch PUSH


MASTER Switch OFF
FIRE Extinguisher Switch LIFT
GUARD/SELECT
GU /S C OON
If fire warning persists:
APU FIRE WARN CB PULL (DA-
(DA-D,
D N6)
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Hawker 800/800XP
Fire Protection Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What are the memory items for APU FIRE


(Turbomach T62T
T62T--40C)?

APU MASTER OFF


APU FIRE EXT OPERATE

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fire Protection Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

May the APU be started in flight following an


APU fire?

No, the APU must not be restarted

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fire Protection Abnormal and Emergency Procedures

Following an APU FIRE and successful shutdown


and extinguishing, may the APU master switch be
selected to the on p
position?

Following a fire or overheat, the APU master


switch
it h mustt nott be
b selected
l t d on. To
T do
d so
would erase the memory in the B.I.T.E
(Built--In Test Equipment)
(Built

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Hawker 800/800XP

Fuel

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

Airframe fuel capacity


p y when p
pressure refueled
(with externally serviced lavatory) is:

Approximately
A i t l 1,500
1 500 U
U.S.
S GGallons,
ll
10,000 pounds

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

Before filling
g the ventral tank,, the wings
g must
contain how much fuel in each side?

Before
B f filli
filling the
th ventral
t l tank
t k the
th wings
i
must contain at least 1,000 pounds of
fuel per side

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

Before taking
g off with the ventral tank full,,
each wing must contain at least how many
pounds of fuel?

3,450 pounds

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

The maximum allowable refuel p


pressure from
the truck is:

50 PSI

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

The maximum allowable de-


de-fuel suction is:
25 PSI

249
Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

The maximum difference in weightg of the fuel


in the wing tanks in flight is:

500 pounds
d

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

If the ventral tank contains fuel,, commence


transfer to the wings when the contents
indicated for each wing has reduced to:

3,300 pounds

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

With
t both
bot DC C boost pumps
pu ps operating,
ope at g, the
t e
transfer of fuel from the ventral tank to the
wing tanks takes approximately ______
minutes.
12 minutes

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Fuel

How many
y water drains are there?
There are 5 water drains

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

If the Ventral ((Auxiliary)


y) tank contains fuel,, the
VMO horn will sound whenever the aircraft
speed exceeds:
280 KIAS

254
Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

May
y all fuel tanks be g
gravity
y refueled?

Yes

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

Where is the g
gravity
y fuel p
port for the ventral
tank?

On
O the
th left
l ft side
id off the
th aft
ft fuselage
f l

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Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

Fuel is supplied
pp to the fuel control units by
y
two:

28 VDC Fuel
F l Pumps
P

257
Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

The Ventral tank contents are normally


y
transferred to which wing tank (s)?

Both
B th

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Fuel

If off-
off-loading
g fuel from the ventral tank only,
y,
using the pressure refuel coupling should
the LP cocks be open or closed?

Closed

259
Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

What are the indications of a full ventral tank


during fueling?
The ventral tank indicator will change to
FULL, the ventral tank valve indicator on
the refuel panel will display SHUT.

260
Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

Thee WINGG FUEL


U X-FEED/TRANSFER
X- / S and
a d Fuel
ue
lookup light annunciators will remain on
steady with the WING FUEL lever at what
position.

The Crossfeed Position

261
Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel

The WING FUEL X-X-FEED/TRANSFER light


g will
remain on and flashing when:

The WING FUEL lever


le er is in the full
f ll
down X
X--Feed position

262
Hawker 800/800XP

F l Abnormals
Fuel Ab l and
d
Emergency Procedures

263
Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If the fuel quantity is less than ______ pounds,


pounds
a go
go--around should not be attempted.

400

264
Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

In the event of an AUXILIARY FUEL TRANSFER


FAILURE may the flight be continued?

Hawker 800: Land as soon as possible


Hawker 800XP: Land before airplane
p weight
g
reduces to below 22,500 pounds

265
Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

How may an auxiliary fuel transfer failure be


detected?

If the Ventral Tank magnetic indicator does


not change from full within 2 minutes of
selecting
l ti AUX FUEL XFER,
XFER if wing
i fuel
f l
contents do not increase, there is a fuel
transfer failure

266
Hawker 800/800XP
Fuel Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What action should be taken if an amber ENG 2


FUEL annunciator illuminates on the MWS panel?

Call for the Engine 2 Fuel checklist

267
Hawker 800/800XP

Hydraulics

268
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

The main hydraulic accumulator is charged


to how many PSI when empty?

1,000
1 000 PSI

269
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

The Emergency Brake hydraulic accumulator


is charged to how many PSI when empty?

1,000
1 000 PSI

270
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

The Thrust Reverser Accumulator is charged


to how many PSI when empty?

1,500
1 500 PSI

271
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

The purpose of the Pressure Maintaining


Valve (PMV) is to trap how many PSI for
normal braking with anti-
anti-skid?

2,300 PSI

272
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

Normal hydraulic system pressure is:

3,000 PSI

273
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

How may main hydraulic reservoir contents


be checked?

N t the
Note th pressure indicated
i di t d on the
th main,
i
emergency brake and thrust reverser
accumulators Compare to statement on
accumulators.
card adjacent to the level indicator tube

274
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

What color is the MIL - 5606 Hydraulic Fluid


seen in the level indicator tube?

Red
R d

275
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

In order to ensure adequate barking before


engine start there should be a minimum of
how many PSI displayed on the emergency
brake accumulator gauge?

1,750
1 750 PSI

276
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

The hydraulic supply valve is operated by the:

HP fuel cock handle

277
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

Where is the Aux Hydraulic reservoir located?

In the nose wheel well

278
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

What is the minimum quantity of hydraulic


fluid in the Aux Hydraulic Reservoir for
dispatch?

The level indicator tube should be


fill d to
filled t the
th top
t

279
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

Normal air pressure in the top of the main


hydraulic reservoir is 15 PSI. This pressure
may be checked by:

In the Hawker 800XP and late 800 models,


the gauge should indicate 15 PSI
PSI. In most
Hawker 800 models, the dolls eye should
be c
checked
ec ed a
and
d found
ou d black
b ac

280
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

A pressure of 2,300 PSI on the main


hydraulic pressure gauge with HYD1 and
HYD2 LO PRESS annunciators illuminated
in flight indicates:

There is a leak above the Pressure


Maintaining Valve

281
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

A protruding red Differential Pressure


Indicator (DPI) pin on the pressure filter
indicates:

A clogging hydraulic pressure filter


Maintenance
M i t should
h ld be
b called
ll d

282
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

The auxiliary hydraulic system operates:

Landing gear and flap extension

283
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

If while pumping the landing gear down


using the Aux Hyd System, an amber AUX
HYD LO LEVEL annunciator illuminates, this
indicates:

A normal indication.
indication At least one half
pint of hydraulic fluid has been
pumped from the auxiliary hydraulic
reservoir

284
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics

Besides nose-
nose-wheel steering, landing gear,
flaps, airbrakes and lift dump, what else does
the hydraulic system operate?

The stick pusher

285
Hawker 800/800XP

H d
Hydraulics
li Abnormals
Ab l andd
Emergency Procedures

286
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If a HYD1 LO PRESS annunciator illuminates on


the MWS panel, will landing gear and flap
operation
p be slower than normal?

No

287
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

In the event of a main hydraulic system


failure with both HYD 1 and HYD 2 LO PRESS
annunciators illuminated and 2,300
, PSI
indicated on the hydraulic supply gauge
should normal braking be available?

Yes

288
Hawker 800/800XP
Hydraulics Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If the HYD 1 and HYD 2 LO PRESS annunciators


are illuminated, will nose wheel steering be
available?

No

289
Hawker 800/800XP

Landing Gear

290
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear

How is the landing gear controlled and


operated?

The landing gear is mechanically


controlled and hydraulically operated

291
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear

Typically a red nose gear indication while on


the ground indicates:

The nose gear doors are not latched

292
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear

Inadvertent landing gear retraction on the


ground is prevented by:

A solenoid operated pawl engaging the


selector handle

293
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear

The nose gear mechanical indicator pin on


the center pedestal protrudes when:

The pin extends when the nose gear is


down and locked

294
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear

When the wheel brake annunciators


annunciators,, L & R
(white lights) illuminate, what does this
indicate?
The L & R white lights indicate that at
least 1
1,000
000 PSI is being applied to the
wheel brakes from the emergency brake
system

295
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear

The maximum published turning range of the


nose wheel steering system is how many
degrees left and right of center?
45

296
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear

If either throttle is retarded to less than 65%


N1 the landing gear warning horn will sound
when speed is less than how many knots?
150 Kts

297
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear

The maximum speed for extension or


retraction of the landing gear is:

220 Kts

298
Hawker 800/800XP

L di Gear
Landing G Ab
Abnormals
l
and Emergency Procedures

299
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If the landing gear lever is not in the down


position and the white START PWR (Push for
Abort)) switch is pushed,
p , what will occur?

The warning horn will sound and the


anti-
anti
ti-retraction
t ti feature
f t will
ill be
b defeated
d f t d

300
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

When using the AUX HYD system


system, what must
occur before the flaps will extend?

The landing gear must be fully down and


locked before the flaps can move

301
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If the white pin on the pedestal does not


extend, it indicates:

The nose gear is not down and locked

302
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What does it mean if on the ground the red


nose gear unlocked light is illuminated?

The nose gear doors are probably unlatched

303
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

Where is the rudder gust lock handle used for


AUX HYDRAULIC pumping stowed?

Hawker 800: Under the forward part of the


copilots seat
Hawker 800XP: On the bulkhead behind the
copilots seat

304
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

After starting to pump the landing gear down,


down
after a few strokes, the AUX HYD LO LEVEL
light
g illuminates. What is the meaning g of this
annunciator?
annunciator ?

The
Th AUX HYD reservoir i is
i approximately
i t l one
half pint or more low. Thus indicating that the
hydraulic fluid is being moved from the AUX
HYD reservoir

305
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What is a reason for the landing gear not to


retract when the gear lever is selected up?

The AUX HYD PULL handle may not be fully


pressed in. The landing gear pins may still
b in
be i place
l

306
Hawker 800/800XP
Landing Gear Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If the landing gear lever cannot be lifted fully to


retract the gear, what might be the cause?

There may be a squat switch failure or a


gear strut has not fully descended on lift off,
preventing
ti operation
ti off a weight
i ht on wheels
h l
switch

307
Hawker 800/800XP

Brakes

308
Hawker 800/800XP
Brakes

The minimum required brake cooling time


after one rejected takeoff is:

25 minutes

309
Hawker 800/800XP
Brakes

The minimum required brake cooling time


after two rejected takeoffs is:

45 minutes

310
Hawker 800/800XP
Brakes

Anti-Skid protection is provided when normal


Anti-
brakes are selected and the aircraft is:

Moving (Hawker 800XP)

Moving at least 4 Knots (Hawker 800)

311
Hawker 800/800XP
Brakes

With the brake handle in the park position,


position
pressure is available to the brakes from the
normal and emergency brake accumulators.
Is this true?

True
T

312
Hawker 800/800XP
Brakes

With the brake handle in the normal position,


position
pressure is available from the main hydraulic
accumulator for operation of the wheel
brakes. Is this true?

True
T

313
Hawker 800/800XP
Brakes

Before starting engines the pressure


observed on the Emergency Brake
Accumulator gauge should be at least
how many PSI?

1,750
1 750 PSI

314
Hawker 800/800XP
Brakes

The amber EMERG BRAKE LO PRESS


annunciator indicates:

Emergency Brake accumulator


pressure is less than 2,250 PSI

315
Hawker 800/800XP
Brakes

To insure adequate pressure for normal


braking, a pressure of at least how many PSI
should be observed on the main hydraulic
pressure gauge?
2,300
2 300 PSI

316
Hawker 800/800XP
Brakes

The brake pressure applied gauge needles


are powered from which bus?
PS
PS--1 Bus

317
Hawker 800/800XP

B k Abnormals
Brakes Ab l andd
Emergency Procedures

318
Hawker 800/800XP
Brakes Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

Before moving the brake handle to the Emergency


position what must be done to prevent destroying
the main tires?

The feet must be removed from the toe brake


position prior to pulling the brake handle to
the emergency brake position

319
Hawker 800/800XP
Brakes Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What is the procedure for operating emergency


wheelbrakes?
wheelbrakes ?

Release brake toe pressure, pull the WHEEL


BRAKE lever to the EMERG position, then
apply
l toe pressure

320
Hawker 800/800XP
Brakes

Which flight controls are hydraulically


operated?

Flaps and Airbrakes

321
Hawker 800/800XP

Fli ht controls
Flight t l

322
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

Is the rudder bias system,


system a no
no--go item?

Yes

323
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

The rudder bias system is operated by


hydraulic pressure provided by two:

Engine driven hydraulic pumps

324
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

May flaps and airbrakes be used


simultaneously when airborne?

No

325
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

The purpose of the geared servo tabs on the


ailerons is to:

Lighten banking control forces

326
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

Aileron roll control trim is provided by:

The left aileron trimmable servo tab

327
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

Is it true that if the elevator trim is set to


match the as-as-loaded center of gravity
expressed as a % Standard Mean Chord in
the weight and balance envelope, the
airplane will seek its trim speed, V2?

True

328
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

May lift dump be used in flight?

No

329
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

Where may flaps and airbrakes be used at


the same time?

Only on the ground

330
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

What inhibits stall identification (operation of


stick pusher) when on the ground?

The weight on wheels switch

331
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

At takeoff,
takeoff when are stall warning (shaker)
and stall identification (pusher) available?

Shaker on takeoff and pusher 6 seconds


after takeoff

332
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

The speed of electrical pitch trim operation is


determined by:

The position of the flaps

333
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

Warning of an impending stall is provided


by the?

Stick Shaker

334
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

The maximum flap extension speeds are:

Flaps 15 degrees 220 Kts


Flaps 25 degrees 175 Kts
Flaps 45 degrees 165 Kts

335
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

Single engine flap retraction speed following


engine failure on takeoff is:

Hawker 800: V2 + 9 Kts


Hawker 800XP: V2 + 10 Kts

336
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

The maximum altitude for procedural use of


flaps for descent or holding is:

15,000 feet

337
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

What is the purpose of the lift dump system?

The lift dump system slows the aircraft


and reduces the landing roll

338
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Controls

What is the purpose of the rudder bias


system?

The rudder bias system applies rudder


toward the side of the operating engine
greatly
tl reducing
d i pilotil t workload
kl d in
i the
th
event of engine failure

339
Hawker 800/800XP

Fli ht controls
Flight t l Abnormals
Ab l
and Emergency Procedures

340
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight controls Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What action should the pilots take if a stick shaker


operates in flight?

Initially it must be accepted as indicative of a


stall and normal stall recovery actions should
b taken
be k

341
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight controls Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If in flight a stick pusher activates after initially


taking normal stall recovery actions and
determining g that the pusher
p activation is not
warranted what actions should be taken?

Press
P 2 STALL IDENT INHIB switches
it h
simultaneously to inhibit the pusher

342
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight controls Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What does illumination of the SSU amber


annunciator indicate?

The amber SSU annunciation indicates a


failure of one or both Signal Summing Units

343
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight controls Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What does illumination of the amber FLAP


annunciator indicate?

A flap asymmetry has been detected

344
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight controls Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If the amber SQUAT annunciator illuminates,


illuminates
what does it indicate?

There is an asymmetry between the left


and right landing gear squat switches

345
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight controls Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What action should be taken if a rudder bias


system gives an unwanted rudder deflection
g
when both engines are operating
p g normally
y on
takeoff prior to V1?

Abort
Ab t the
th takeoff
t k ff

346
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight controls Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What is indicated if an amber ELEV/AIL TRIM


annunciator illuminates?

The trim is not set properly for takeoff and


power is set above 60% N1

347
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight controls Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

Name several ways the autopilot may be disabled


in the event of a failure?

Press the autopilot disconnect button on the


control handwheel
Press the go-
go-around button
Operate
p the electric elevator trim button
Deselect the A/P switch or the Y/D switch

348
Hawker 800/800XP

Ice and Rain

349
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

How many minutes of priming and protection


does the TKS system provide?

Hawker 800: 61 minutes


Hawker 800XP: 85 minutes

350
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

When the ANTICE LO QTY annunciator first


illuminates how many minutes of priming
and protection are available?

30 minutes

351
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

The TKS FLUID gauge first reads empty


when there are how many minutes of
priming and protection available?

15 minutes

352
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

Engine ANTICE should be used when in


visible moisture and at or below a
temperature of:

10
10C

353
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

When selecting engine ANTICE onon, an ITT


increase can be expected. Typically that
increase will be between ___C and ___C

20
50

354
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

When not in icing conditions at above 10


10C
the engine ANTICE must not be selected on
for more than how many seconds?

10 seconds

355
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

What cockpit switches provide electrical


power to the rudder bias heater muffs?

The Pilot/Vane Heat Switches

356
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

What is the purpose of the ICE DETECT


AUTO/OVRD switch?
The AUTO position allows normal
operation in the air.
The OVRD position allows operation on
the ground

357
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

Besides the leading edges of the wings and


horizontal stabilizers, where else is TKS fluid
distributed?
TKS is distributed from the trailing edges
of the outboard tips of the horizontal
stabilizers

358
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

Where is the TKS tank filler located?

Either on the aft side of the left cockpit


bulkhead or behind the captains seat

359
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

The airframe ANTICE pump operates at high


speed for one minute when the time switch is
selected from:

Zero

360
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

How is termination of wing tail ANTICE


selection indicated?

An Audio Chime will sound

361
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

Wing/Tail ANTICE should not be used in


flight when the temperature is below how
many degrees?

-28
28C

362
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

The heat source for engine inlet anti


anti--icing is:

HP Air

363
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

The PT2/TT2 engine intake pressure and


temperature probes are electrically heated
when the ENGINE ANTICE switches are
selected on and ____ switches are selected
to AUTO

Engine Computer

364
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

Windshield heat must be ON prior to takeoff


for at least ____ minutes in ambient
temperatures below -10 10C or ____ minutes
in ambient temperatures below -20 20 C
for maximum birds strike protection

5 minutes
15 minutes

365
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

If it is not possible for the windshield heat to


be on for the prescribed period before
takeoff, airspeed must be restricted
to ____ Kts indicated airspeed until an
altitude of ____ feet is reached

257 Kts
8,000 feet

366
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

For takeoff or landing in icing conditions


which switches must be selected on?

ENG IGNITION, ENG ANTICE and


WING/TAIL ANTICE

367
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

Which switches control DC power to the


rudder bias heater muffs?

Pitot
Pitot/Vane
/Vane Heat switches

368
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

The power for Windshield Heating is


supplied from?

Both Alternators

369
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain

The Pitot
Pitot/Vane
/Vane Heat switches provide power to:

The pitot tubes, rudder bias heating muffs,


stall vanes and forward static plates

370
Hawker 800/800XP

I and
Ice d Rain
R i Abnormals
Ab l and
d
Emergency Procedures

371
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What does an illuminated amber ENG A/ICE light


indicate?

The ENG A/ICE annunciator indicates


the associated bleed air pressure is either
i
insufficient
ffi i t for
f engine
i anti-
anti
ti-icing
i i or the
th engine
i
anti--ice valve is not in the selected position
anti

372
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What is indicated when the amber ICE DETECTED


light illuminates?

Ice has formed on the ice detector

373
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What is the indication when a stall vane heater


fails?

An L or R VANE HTR FAIL annunciator will


illuminate

374
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If an L or R PITOT HTR FAIL amber annunciator


illuminates how will the flight be affected?
Autopilot performance may be adversely
affected
An air data computer and associated displays
and overspeed warnings may fail to operate
satisfactorily
y

375
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What actions should be taken if an ANTICE LO


PRESS annunciator illuminates?

Leave icing conditions as soon as possible.


Consult the checklist

376
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

If an ALTR 1 or ALTR 2 FAIL amber light


illuminates what actions should be taken?

Consult the checklist. Turn the alternator off


and turn it back on. If the warning cancels no
f th action
further ti is
i necessary

377
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

An illuminated amber L SCREEN OVHT


annunciator indicates:

The left windshield is overheating but should


still be operating and cycling on and off as
the
th overheat
h t relay
l protects
t t the
th windshield
i d hi ld

378
Hawker 800/800XP
Ice and Rain Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What is indicated when an ANTICE LO QTY


amber annunciator first illuminates?

There is only 30 minutes of priming and


protection remaining

379
Hawker 800/800XP

Air Conditioning

380
Hawker 800/800XP
Air Conditioning

Cabin temperature is normally controlled by the:

Automatic temperature controller

381
Hawker 800/800XP
Air Conditioning

How may the cabin temperature be controlled


manually?

Move the CABIN TEMP selector past the


detent to the six Oclock spring loaded
position then push it momentarily toward
the HOT or COOL position as desired

382
Hawker 800/800XP
Air Conditioning

How may an unpressurized cabin be ventilated


in flight?

Open the dump valve fully to operate a


microswitch causing the ram air control
valve to open bringing in fresh air through
the dorsal intake

383
Hawker 800/800XP

Ai Conditioning
Air C diti i Ab
Abnormals
l
and Emergency Procedures

384
Hawker 800/800XP
Air Conditioning Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
List the memory items for fuselage fire or smoke:

Crew Oxygen
yg Don Masks ((100% EMERG))
MIC Selector MASK
Smoke Goggles Don and Vent
Cabin Notices ON

385
Hawker 800/800XP
Air Conditioning Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
What are the memory items associated with the
red HP AIR 2 annunciator?
annunciator?

Main Air VLV (affected engine) CLOSE


F/DK VLV CLOSE

386
Hawker 800/800XP
Air Conditioning Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
An amber DUCT OVHT lookup light indicates

An amber DUCT OVHT lookup p light


g indicates
the temperature in the duct downstream of
the mixing valve is too hot

387
Hawker 800/800XP
Air Conditioning Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
The memory items for Rear Equipment Bay
OVHT are:

Main Air Valves 1 & 2 CLOSE


F/DK Valve OPEN fully
y

388
Hawker 800/800XP
Air Conditioning Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
In the event of automatic temperature control
failure, using the manual mode, temperature
may y be controlled by:
y

In the manual mode temperature is controlled


by making short applications of the manual
control

389
Hawker 800/800XP
Air Conditioning Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
The amber ENT DOOR UNLOCKED annunciator
indicates:

The entry door is open or not fully locked

390
Hawker 800/800XP
Air Conditioning Abnormals and Emergency
Procedures
The REAR BAY DOOR amber annunciator
indicates:

The rear bay door is open or not fully locked

391
Hawker 800/800XP

Pressurization

392
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization

When on the ground with the air conditioning


system operating, the AUTO/OVRD switch
prevents cabin pressurization when in the
________ position?

Auto

393
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization

When a malfunction causes a loss of cabin


pressure, two absolute pressure regulators
shut the _____ valves when the cabin altitude
reaches _____ feet

Outflow
13,500

394
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization

If an amber MAIN AIR VALVE illuminates on


the ground, it indicates _____. If it
illuminates in flight it indicates _____

The Main Air Valve is open.


A disagreement bet
between
een the position of
the switch and the position of the valve

395
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization

The pressurization system normal maximum


differential pressure is ______PSI

8.55 PSI

396
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization

Is it true that the pressure relief valves are


designed to open the main air valves in the
event of an over pressurization?

Yes

397
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization

Is it true that the main air valves and F/DK


valve must be closed for takeoff and landing?

Yes

398
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization

When does HP bleed air supplement LP bleed


air with the main air valves selected open?

When the engines are operating at low power

399
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization

HP Air may augment LP air when the main air


valve switches are in which position?

Open

400
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization

If the proposed flight is above 25,000


25 000 feet,
feet
aircraft altitude on the cabin controller
should be set to cruise altitude plus
how many feet?
2,000
2 000

401
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization

At 41,000
41 000 feet
feet, the pressurization system is
capable of maintaining a cabin altitude of
how many feet?

8,000

402
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization

It is recommended that cruise flight


unpressurized not be maintained above
what altitude?

25,000 Feet

403
Hawker 800/800XP

P
Pressurization
i ti Ab
Abnormals
l
and Emergency Procedures

404
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

At what altitude will the red CABIN ALT


annunciator illuminate?

9,300 feet +/-


+/- 300 feet

405
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

The memory items associated with the red CABIN


ALT annunciator and the sounding of the warning
horn are:

Crew Oxygen DON MASKS


Mic Selector (800XP) MASK

406
Hawker 800/800XP
Pressurization Abnormals and Emergency Procedures

What are the memory items for EMERGENCY


DESCENT?

Thrust Levers CLOSE


Speed
p VMO/MMO
(unless structural damage suspected)
AIRBRAKE OPEN

407
Hawker 800/800XP

Oxygen

408
Hawker 800/800XP
Oxygen

Oxygen is stored in two or three cylindrical


bottles located in the:

Rear equipment bay

409
Hawker 800/800XP
Oxygen

Where are the oxygen duration charts


located?

Air Crew Manual Volume 2

410
Hawker 800/800XP
Oxygen

To select 100% oxygen for a crew oxygen


mask:

Press the lever labeled 100% PUSH on the


base of the mask

411
Hawker 800/800XP
Oxygen

To select pressure breathing for a crew


oxygen mask:

Rotate the emergency pressure control


knob clockwise to the stop

412
Hawker 800/800XP
Oxygen

To manually drop the passenger masks:

Pull the red knob next to the oxygen


master supply valve

413
Hawker 800/800XP
Oxygen

The barometric valve will automatically cause


the passenger masks to drop when the cabin
altitude exceeds what altitude?

12,000 feet 500 feet

414
Hawker 800/800XP
Oxygen

Is it true that if the passenger supply valve is


not open there will be no oxygen available to
the passenger masks?

True

415
Hawker 800/800XP
Oxygen

Is it true that passenger masks will not


supply oxygen until the mask is pulled down
so that the lanyard will cause the oxygen to
flow or so that the flow indicator will be
pulled from the latch actuator?

True

416
Hawker 800/800XP
Oxygen

Where are the charging valve and charging


contents indicator located?

Inside a door on the right rear fuselage

417
Hawker 800/800XP
Oxygen

Do therapeutic oxygen masks drop from the


ceiling?

No, they are stored separately and the


bayonets must be inserted to start oxygen
flow
fl

418
Hawker 800/800XP

Aircraft Manuals

419
Hawker 800/800XP
Aircraft Manuals

Hawker 800 Manufacturers


Manufacturer s manuals are:
Approved Airplane Flight Manual
Air Crew manual Volume 1
Systems Description and Operation
Air Crew manual Volume 2,
Handling, Performance, and Flight Planning
Air Crew manual Volume 3
Checklist and Tabulated Data
Weight and Balance Manual
420
Hawker 800/800XP
Aircraft Manuals

Hawker 800XP Manufacturer


Manufacturers
s manuals are:
Approved Airplane flight Manual
Air Crew Manual Volume 1
1, Checklist
Checklist, Tabulated Data
Air Crew Manual Volume 2 Performance
Air Crew manual Volume 3 Flying and Handling
Air Crew Manual Volume 4 Systems Description and
Operation
Weight and Balance Manual
Ground Handling Checklist
421
Hawker 800/800XP
Aircraft Manuals

Single Engine Drift Down charts may be


found in which manual?
Crew Manual Volume 2

422
Hawker 800/800XP
Aircraft Flight Manual

Information about airplane systems and


operations may be found in which crew
manuals?

Hawker 800, Crew Manual Volume 1


Hawker 800XP, Crew manual Volume 4

423
Hawker 800/800XP
Aircraft Flight Manual

Operating Limitations may be found in which


publication?
The Approved Airplane Flight Manual

424
Hawker 800/800XP
Aircraft Flight Manual

Is it true that expanded procedures for


ground handling and flying may be found in
Crew Manual Volume 2 (Hawker 800) and
Crew Manual Volume 3 (Hawker 800XP)?

Yes
Y

425
Hawker 800/800XP
Aircraft Manuals

Is it true that Tabulated Data may be found in


Air Crew Manual Volume 7?
No

426
Hawker 800/800XP

Fli ht Planning
Flight Pl i and
d
Performance

427
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

For conservative estimation purposes how


many pounds of fuel should be planned for
the first hour and subsequent hours of flight?

First hour: 2,000 pounds


Subsequent hours: 1,500 pounds per hour

428
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

What average block speed + or wind is


typically used for maximum speed cruise,
high altitude estimation purposes?

400 Kts

429
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

For flight planning purposes,


purposes planning
enroute fuel and time, the optimum time to
height climb, Equivalent Still Air Distance
(ESAD) Long Range Cruise and High Speed
Cruise charts may be found in:

Crew Manual Volume 2

430
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

Rules of thumb for estimating fuel burn are:


Engine Starting ____ pounds Taxiing _____
Pounds per minute Instrument Approach
_____ pounds

20
10
250

431
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

In the Approved Flight Manual,


Manual which chart or
charts would be consulted to determine that
the airplane can be accelerated to V1,
experience an engine failure and be brought
to a stop on the runway?

The Value of D and Maximum Weight for


Value of D Charts

432
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

In the Approved Flight Manual,


Manual which chart or
charts would be consulted to determine that
the airplane can be accelerated to V1,
experience an engine failure and continue the
takeoff, passing over the end of the runway
or clearway at 35 feet?

The Value of D and Maximum Weight for


Value of D Charts

433
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

In the Approved Flight Manual,


Manual which chart
would be consulted to determine that the
airplane can make its minimum (2.4% gross),
1.6% NET airworthiness climb requirement in
the second segment departure?

The Maximum Weight for Altitude and


Temperature (WAT) chart

434
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

Which chart would be consulted to determine


that the airplane can achieve a 3.3% climb
gradient for an IFR departure?

The
Th Net
N t Takeoff
T k ff Flight
Fli ht Path
P th Second
S d
Segment Net Gradient Chart

435
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

Which chart would be consulted to determine


that the airplane can make a specified
minimum second segment climb gradient as
required by a Departure Procedure (DP) for
an instrument departure?

The Net Takeoff Flight Path Second


Segment Net Gradient Chart

436
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

Which chart would be consulted to determine


the maximum weight that can be carried
while achieving a specified net second
segment climb gradient?

The
Th Net
N t Takeoff
T k ff Flight
Fli ht Path
P th Second
S d
Segment Net Gradient Chart

437
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance
Assume there is no wind, no runway slope and no
obstacles on departure. The temperature is 20
20C.
C
The 5,000 feet long runway is at a pressure altitude of
3,000 feet.
Name a document used to quickly determine the
maximum weight for takeoff at which the airplane can
be accelerated to V1, experience an engine failure and
be brought safely to a stop on the runway or continue
the takeoff passing 35 feet above the departure end of
the runway and achieve a 1.6% second segment climb
gradient?
Tabulated Data
438
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

If there is no clearway
clearway, which Value of D chart
or charts would be appropriate?

Hawker 800: Value of D V1/VR for Takeoff


distance
Hawker 800XP: Value of D V1/VR for Takeoff
distance. In addition Takeoff Distance part of
the Value of D V1/VR for Takeoff distance and
Takeoff Run chart must be checked

439
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

If a clearway
y is to be used,, which Value of D
chart or charts would be appropriate?

Hawker
H k 800800: B
BothhVValue
l off D V1/VR for
f T Takeoff
k ff
Distance and the Value of D V1/VR for Takeoff Run
Hawker
H k 800XP
800XP: B
Both
th th
the V
Value
l off D V1/VR for
f
Takeoff Distance and the Value of D V1/VR for
Takeoff Run
In addition, the Value of D for Takeoff Distance
and Takeoff Run Chart must be checked ((800XP))
440
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

Are there any clearways in the United States?

Yes

441
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

In what document are clearways in the United


States published?

The Airport Facilities Directory (AFD)


(The Little Green Book) Easily accessed
through www.FltPlan.com
www FltPlan com

442
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

Which chart should be consulted to


determine that the baulked landing (at 50
feet) two engine minimum climb gradient of
3.2% with flaps 15
15 can be achieved at the
destination or alternate?

The Landing W.A.T. chart

443
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

Which chart should be consulted to


determine that the single engine missed
approach minimum climb gradient of 2.1%
with flaps 15
15 can be achieved at the
destination or alternate?

The Landing W.A.T. chart

444
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

Which chart should be consulted to


determine that on landing at the
destination, brake energy limitations
will not be exceeded?
The Landing W.A.T.
W A T chart

445
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Planning and Performance

Which chart should be consulted to


determine that the airplane can be brought to
a complete stop within 60% of the runway
length required at the destination?

The
Th Maximum
M i Landing
L di Weight
W i ht for
f Landing
L di
Distance Available chart

446
Hawker 800/800XP

Weight and Balance

447
Hawker 800/800XP
Weight and Balance

The C.G.
C G Datum is located ___ feet forward of
the reference point on the right side of the
fuselage below the engine pylon

11 feet

448
Hawker 800/800XP
Weight and Balance

What is the maximum ramp weight?

Hawker 800: 27,520


Hawker 800XP: 28,120

449
Hawker 800/800XP
Weight and Balance

What is the maximum takeoff weight?

Hawker 800: 27,400 pounds


Hawker 800XP: 28,000 pounds

450
Hawker 800/800XP
Weight and Balance

What is the maximum landing weight?

23,350 pounds

451
Hawker 800/800XP
Weight and Balance

What is the maximum zero fuel weight?

Hawker 800: 17,520


Hawker 800XP: 18,450

452
Hawker 800/800XP
Weight and Balance

What is the advantage of setting the elevator


trim using the % SMC (% Standard Mean
Chord) C.G. location determined
from the weight and balance envelope:

The
Th airplane
i l will
ill be
b trimmed
ti d for
f flight
fli ht att V2

453
Hawker 800/800XP
Weight and Balance

Where can the maximum weight which may


be carried in the baggage compartments be
determined?
The weight and balance manual and
limitation p
placards on the baggage
gg g
compartments

454
Hawker 800/800XP

Fli ht Profiles
Flight P fil andd
Maneuvers

455
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

On a normal takeoff,
takeoff flaps are to be retracted
when:
The airplane reaches 400 feet AGL and a
speed of VFTO

456
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

The procedure for a rejected takeoff is:

Call ABORT, close the throttles apply


maximum braking extend the airbrakes
select reverse thrust if available

457
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

The procedure for executing a steep turn is:

Maintain altitude,, roll into a 45


45 bank,, trim as
desired
Increase pitch approximately 1 1 in the bank
Increase
I fuel
f l flow
fl approximately
i t l 100 pounds d
(4 to 6% N1)

458
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

The procedure for stall recovery is:

Apply maximum power


Reduce pitch as necessary
Level Wings
On recovery, return to assigned altitude

459
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

On completion of an ILS approach,


approach speed at
the threshold should be:

VREF

460
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

On a non-
non-precision approach
approach, at the Final
Approach Fix (FAF) the configuration should be:

Gear down, flaps 25


25, Airspeed: VREF+20

461
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

What is the procedure for executing a


go--Around/Missed Approach or Balked
go
Landing?
Apply maximum power, Rotate to 10 to
12 pitch attitude Select Flaps 15
12 15
Maintain a minimum speed of VREF + 5

462
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

When performing a circling approach


approach, when
should flaps 45
45 be selected?

When landing is assured, leaving MDA and


in a position for a normal landing

463
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

When making a normal landing


landing, what is the
procedure following touchdown?

Power to idle
Deploy
p y lift dump
p
Apply reverse thrust
Apply braking as required

464
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

The procedure for engine failure at or above V1


on takeoff is:

Climb at V2 to 1,500 feet or until 3-


3-1/2
minutes (whichever occurs first) then at
V2+ 9 Kts
Kt (Hawker
(H k 800) or V2+ 10 Kts Kt
(Hawker 800XP) retract the flaps

465
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

A single engine ILS approach should be flown


from the Final Approach Fix (FAF) inbound with
the flaps set at:

25
25

466
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

A single engine non


non--precision approach should
be flown from the FAF inbound with the flaps
set at:

15
15

467
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

On final approach,
approach executing a zero flap visual
approach and landing, the airspeed should be
progressively reduced to cross the threshold at
a speed of:

VREF + 15 Kts
Kt

468
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

The procedure for initiating an emergency


descent is to:
Close the thrust levers
Maintain speed at VMO/MMO unless
structural damage is suspected
Open the Airbrakes

469
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

When a flaps up approach and landing are to be


made, the approach should be flown at a speed
of VREF plus ___ KIAS and the threshold should
be crossed at VREF plus ___ KIAS unless in icing
conditions.
30
15

470
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

If Icing conditions exist, or if ice has formed on


the unprotected parts of the airframe prior to
approach, add _____ Knots Indicated Airspeed
(KIAS) to the normal approach and landing
speeds.

10
Landing distance will be increased by 15%

471
Hawker 800/800XP
Flight Profiles and Maneuvers

In Icing conditions, if the approach and landing


are to be made with flaps up, the approach
should be flown at VREF plus _____ KIAS and
the
th ththreshold
h ld should
h ld be b crossedd att VREF plus
l ___
KIAS. In this case, No-
No-Flap landing distance in
icing conditions will be approximately twice the
normal landing distance with Flaps 45 45.

45
30

472
Hawker 800/800XP

C k it F
Cockpit Familiarization
ili i ti and
d
use of Checklists

473
Hawker 800/800XP
Cockpit Familiarization and use of Checklists

Does CAE emphasize the use of flow patterns


followed with the use of checklists?

Yes

474
Hawker 800/800XP
Cockpit Familiarization and use of Checklists

Where is the E2
E2--B standby magnetic
compass located?

At the base of the overhead panel

475
Hawker 800/800XP
Cockpit Familiarization and use of Checklists

Should the STANDBY HORIZON be armed


before flight?

Yes

476
Hawker 800/800XP
Cockpit Familiarization and use of Checklists

Where is the Stall Diagnostic Panel located?

Behind the Captains seat

477
Hawker 800/800XP
Cockpit Familiarization and use of Checklists

How can it be determined that power is


available to the Stall Vanes?

After the Pitot


Pitot/Vane
/Vane heat switches are
selected on, the Vane/Case heater test
s itches when
switches hen p pushed
shed will
ill cause
ca se the two
t o
white indicator lights to illuminate confirming
power is available to the stall vanes

478
Hawker 800/800XP
Cockpit Familiarization and use of Checklists

Is it true that the stall identification/inhibit


reset switch on the Stall Diagnostic Panel is
only effective when the airplane is on the
ground?

Yes
Y

479
Hawker 800/800XP
Cockpit Familiarization and use of Checklists

Where are the SSU Fault dolls eyes and


switch to clear the dolls eyes located?

They are located on the Stall Diagnostic Panel

480
Hawker 800/800XP
Cockpit Familiarization and use of Checklists

Where is the switch that operates the


overhead chart lights using main battery
power bypassing the battery master switch
located

On
O the
th bulkhead
b lkh d behind
b hi d the
th copilot
il t seatt

481
Hawker 800/800XP
Cockpit Familiarization and use of Checklists

The standby main landing gear down


indicator lamps are powered from which
bus?
PS
PS--2 bus

482
Hawker 800/800XP
Cockpit Familiarization and use of Checklists

Must the Passenger Oxygen knob be


selected fully open before every flight?

Yes

483
Hawker 800/800XP
Cockpit Familiarization and use of Checklists

Where are the Passenger Oxygen Knob and


the Therapeutic Oxygen Knob located?

On the bulkhead behind the Captains seat

484
Hawker 800/800XP
Cockpit Familiarization and use of Checklists

Where are the Emergency and Storm light


switches located?

They are located on the ends of the


glareshield

485