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1

What are the memory items associated with the following EGPWS alerts?
– ″PULL UP″
– ″TERRAIN TERRAIN PULL UP″
–″TERRAIN AHEAD PULL UP″
– ″OBSTACLE AHEAD PULL UP″

Announce: “PULL UP - TOGA” and simultaneously:
AP- OFF
PITCH- PULL UP (to full back stick)
THRUST LEVERS- TOGA
SPEED BRAKE LEVER- CHECK RETRACTED
BANK- WINGS LEVEL or ADJUST
When flight path is safe and the warning stops:
- Reduce Pitch and accelerate.
When speed is above VLS, and V/S is positive:
- Clean up aircraft, as required.

2

“TERRAIN AHEAD PULL UP” followed by “AVOID TERRAIN”

Perform the “PULL UP” maneuver, before the turn towards the safe direction, or roll wings level if already established in a turn.

3

What are the memory items associated with “TERRAIN TERRAIN” and “TOO LOW TERRAIN” EGPWS alerts?

- During night or IMC apply the TAWS/EGPWS Warning procedure
- During daylight and VMC with terrain and obstacles clearly in sight – ADJUST Flight path.

4

What are the memory items associated with ″TERRAIN AHEAD″ and ″OBSTACLE AHEAD″ EGPWS alerts?

- During night or IMC apply the TAWS/EGPWS Warning procedure
- During daylight and VMC with terrain and obstacles clearly in sight – ADJUST Flight path.

5

On A320/330/340 – What are the memory items associated with “SINK RATE” or “GLIDE SLOPE” EGPWS/TAWS alert?

- Above 1000 ft AAL: ADJUST FLIGHT PATH
- Below 1000 ft AAL: CONSIDER GO-AROUND
(EY Stabilization Approach criterion stipulates that sink rate must not exceed 1000 fpm (1200 fpm for CAT D aircraft) below 1000 ft RA, except for specific steep approach profiles that have been approved and briefed for).

6

What is the memory items associated with “DON’T SINK” EGPWS alert?

Adjust the flight path.

7

What are the memory items associated with “TOO LOW GEAR” and “TOO LOW FLAPS” EGPWS alerts?

Perform a go-around

8

What are the memory items associated with a Predictive Wind shear alert WINDSHEAR AHEAD RED warning during Take-off phase?

TAKEOFF
o Before Takeoff – Delay or select the most favorable runway
o During Takeoff Run – Reject Take Off (inhibited between 100kts and 50ft)
o When Airborne – Apply TOGA/AP if engaged – Keep ON/follow SRS.
It's permitted to change Slats/flaps configuration, provided the A/C does not enter windshear.

9

On A320/330/340 – What are the memory items associated with a Predictive Windshear alert GO AROUND, WINDSHEAR AHEAD warning during Approach?

1. Perform GO AROUND
It's permitted to change Slats/flaps configuration, provided the A/C does not enter windshear.
2. AP keep ON if engaged

10

What are the memory items associated with a Predictive Wind shear alert MONITOR RADAR DISPLAY (W/S AHEAD AMBER)?

1. BEFORE TAKEOFF
o Delay take-off, and then apply precautionary procedures specified in QRH/ PRO-SUP chapter.
2. DURING APPROACH
o Delay landing or divert, then apply precautionary procedures specified in QRH/PRO-SUP chapter.

11

What are the memory items associated with a Reactive Wind shear alert (WINDSHEAR WINDSHEAR WINDSHEAR) warning or a pilot detected windshear encounter?

1. TAKEOFF
o Before V1 – RTO if significant sped variations occur below V1 and if sufficient runway remains
o After V1 – Announce: “WINDSHEAR TOGA” and:
 TOGA / ROTATE at VR / SRS follow
2. AIRBORNE: Initial climb or landing
- Announce: “WINDSHEAR TOGA” and:
 TOGA / AP (keep if engaged) / SRS follow
DO NOT CHANGE CONFIG (FLAPS/SLATS/GEAR)
If necessary crew may apply full back stick

12

What are the memory items associated with an Unreliable Airspeed Indication? (320/330/340)

Announce: “UNRELIABLE SPEED” and then, if safe conduct of flight is impacted:
AP, F/Ds, A/THR - OFF.
PITCH/THRUST - 15˚/TOGA (12.5˚/TOGA for 340) if Below THR RED ALT
- 10˚/CLB, if Above THR RED ALT and below FL100
- 05˚/CLB, if Above THR RED ALT and Above FL100
FLAPS - Maintain current configuration
- Flaps (if CONF FULL) – Select CONF 3
SPEED BRAKES - Check Retracted
LANDING GEAR - Up
When at, or above MSA, Level off for troubleshooting

13

What are the memory items associated with Loss of Braking

If no braking available:
 REV – MAX
 BRAKE PEDALS – RELEASE
 A/SKID & N/W STRG – OFF (A320 & A330)
 BRAKE PEDALS – PRESS
 MAX BRK PR – 1000 PSI
If still no braking:
 PARKING BRAKE – Short And Successive Applications

14

What are the memory items associated with TCAS “TRAFFIC” Alerts on A320/330/340?

Announce: “TCAS, I HAVE CONTROL”
For TA:
 Do not perform a maneuver based on TA only
For RA:
 AP (if engaged) OFF
 BOTH FDs OFF
 Adjust/Maintain Pitch to keep VSI in green
 Perform GO AROUND procedure if CLIMB/INCREASE CLIMB occurs on final app

15

What are the indications of a stall?

AURAL WARNING (STALL, STALL) and /or buffet

16

What are the memory items associated with a STALL RECOVERY?

A320/330/340: Announce – “ STALL RECOVERY”
Accomplish the actions as per the STALL RECOVERY procedure in the QRH/FCOM.
(1) PUSH (2) ROLL (3) POWER (4) STABILIZE

17

What are the memory items associated with a STALL WARNING AT LIFT-OFF?

Announce: “STALL, TOGA 15°
Accomplish the actions as per the STALL WARNING AT LIFT-OFF procedure in the QRH/FCOM.

18

What are the actions required (as per the Abnormal V Alpha Prot OEB), if at any time, with a speed above VLS, the aircraft goes to a CONTINUOUS NOSE DOWN PITCH RATE that cannot be stopped with backward sidestick inputs.

Immediately apply the following:
One ADR: Keep ON
Two ADR’s: Select OFF

19

What are the memory items associated with Emergency Descent?

The first pilot that notices indications of excessive and uncontrollable Cabin Altitude
BOTH Pilots: Don oxygen mask & headset and establish communications
PF:
Announce: “Emergency Descent” (Standard Call in Cockpit) (A320/330/340)
On FCU
 ALT selector – TURN & PULL
 HDG selector – TURN & PULL
 SPD selector – PULL
If Structural Damage
 SPD/MACH pb – SPD
On PFD
 FMA – ANNOUNCE
 Confirm – THR IDLE, OP DES, HDG
If A/THR is not engaged
 THRUST LEVERS – IDLE
On Pedestal
 SPD BRK – FULL
PM:
 SIGNS – ON