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Standard Callouts & their Purpose?

There are 4 purposes of standard callouts. They are to provide and share information relating to: AS IF!

  • Altitude, position or speed
  • Significant deviation in flight path, speed or descent rates
  • Information to aid in judgement for making a landing or a missed approach
  • Flight and navigation instruments and autopilot system status

Standard callouts also serve the objective of:

  • To confirm information on altitude, position, speed and system status which does not require crew action
  • To enhance crew coordination, common recognition and fail safe functions
  • "10,000ft" To notify the PF of 250kts below 10,000ft
  • "5,000ft" To notify the PF that the maximum speed is now 300kts and the maximum rate of descent is 2,500 ft/m

The standard significant deviations on approach are:

  • G/S: More than one dot
  • LOC: More than 1/2 dot (more than 1 dot on the expanded scale)
    • More than 1/3 dot on normal scale (1/2 a dot on the expanded scale) after the "APPROACHING MINIMUM" callout CAT11/111
  • Sink rate: More than 1,000 ft./min below 1,000ft AGL
  • Airspeed: Above 10kts or less than 5kts from bug target speed below 1,000ft AGL with landing flap
  • AOM 3-1 (10) / AOR 2-1-9 (1)"

2

PF duties?

  • The PF will take charge mainly to control airplane and monitor the flight conditions
  • General Duties: TFAN
    • Taxiing
    • Flight path & Airspeed control
    • Airplane Configuration
    • Navigation

3

PM Duties?

  • The PM will take charge of mainly other than airplane control, monitor the flight conditions and PF's operations, and make callouts and advice when necessary
  • General Duties: CCTM
    • Checklist Reading
    • Communications
    • Tasked asked by the PF
    • Monitoring Taxiing, Flight path, Airspeed, Airplane configuration, and Navigation

4

When do the ILS standard callouts start? & what are they?

  • Glideslope Alive
  • LLZ Capture
  • Glideslope Capture
  • Outer Marker or ___DME, ____ (feet)
  • Land 3/2 No Autoland
  • One Thousand
  • Five Hundred
  • _____ In Sight
  • Approaching Minimum
  • Minimum
  • Flare/No Flare, Idle/No Idle, Rollout/No Rollout

5

Deviation Callouts?

  • Procedure Airway (XTK error FM LNAV 1xRNP or more)
    • COURSE or NM LEFT/RIGHT
  • AFTER FINAL DESCENT
    • VOR: Degree or DOT LEFT/RIGHT (More than 5' or 1 DOT)
    • VNAV: GLIDE PATH (-50ft / -100ft)
  • AFTER 1,000ft AFE
    • BANK (Exceeds 30')
    • AIRSPEED or VREF +/- kt (ABV 10 or BLW 5 KIAS)
    • SINK RATE or ____ft per min (Exceeds 1000fpm)
    • LLZ or DOT LEFT/RIGHT (More than 1/2 DOT, 1 DOT EXP SCALE)
    • After "Approaching Minimums" on CAT II/III App (More than 1/3 DOT, 2/3 DOT EXP SCALE)
    • GS or DOT ABV/BLW (More than 1 DOT)
  • If Altitude exceeds 50ft FM MDA
    • ALTITUDE

6

10,000ft, 500ft, 100ft Referenced to what?

  • 10,000ft Altimeter
  • 500ft AFE
  • 100ft RA

7

If a Callout is missed by the PM should the PF take it up?

  • Yes anytime a callout is omitted the other crew member should take it up
  • 3-1-(7)

8

When must the PF put his thumb near the autopilot disengage button?

  • Below 1,000ft AFE
  • 3-1-(12)

9

If Autoland is not planned when must the autopilot be disconnected on approach?

  • Immediately after descending BLW DA or when commencing descent from MDA
  • 3-1-(13)

10

If EICAS alert/status message is displayed after Block out prior to the beginning of takeoff what should be done?

  • After completing the NNC refer to the EICAS msg X Ref list to make a decision
  • 3-1-(13)

11

Who handles the thrust levers during takeoff and until when?

  • The captain handles the thrust levers after take off thrust is set until the LDG gear lever is moved up

12

SCAN Pattern on Approach using DA/DH?

  • PF Includes outside view in scan pattern after "____ in sight" or "Approaching Minimum is called by PM
  • PM Calls out "____ In sight" or "Approaching Minimum" and, after verifying PF's response, concentrates on scanning/monitoring of the flight and navigation instruments, etc and calls out if any abnormality is observed.

13

SCAN Pattern on Approach using MDA?

  • PF Includes outside view in scan pattern after "____in sight" is called by PM
  • PM Calls out "_____ in sight" and, after verifying PF's response, concentrates on scanning/ monitoring of the flight and navigation instruments, etc, and calls out if any abnormality is observed

14

SCAN Pattern on Approach using AH (CAT III Approach)

  • PF Includes outside view in scan pattern after touchdown
  • PM Intent on scanning/ monitoring of the flight and navigation instruments, etc, and calls out if any abnormality is observed

15

What is the purpose of Normal Checklists?

  • To achieve safe and efficient airplane operations
  • Checklists are used to check, verify and grasp the situation of important aspects of normal procedures performed by memory for each phase of flight
  • 3-2-(1)

16

Items to be checked in Originating flight?

  • Log and documents
  • Flight deck access system
  • Emergency equipment
  • Gear pins
  • Side panel
  • Circuit breakers
  • Emergency evac and cabin interphone
  • Oxy mask microphone check

17

Maintenance Status Verification?

  • Prior to flight, maintenance status should be checked with Journey & Radio Log etc

18

Fast Alignment of IRS?

  • Only domestic flight except first flight of the day

19

Use of ignition switch to 1 or 2?

  • 1 for odd flight number & 2 for even

20

Oxygen pressure? Portable oxygen pressure?

  • PAX 850psi other than URMQI
  • URMQ 1250psi
  • Non-ETOPS- 850psi
  • ETOPS 2 occupants 850psi
  • 3- 1200psi
  • 4- 1500psi
  • Portable Oxygen Cylinder- @ or ABV 1750psi

21

When to check Brake temperature checklist?

  • Brake temp @ or ABV 1 unit

22

RVSM transponder selection?

  • 1- If C/L-autopilot in use
  • 2- If R-autopilot in use

23

What are the two messages that may appear during engine start that are not malfunctions?

  • ENGINE STARTER (Caused by start valve opening slowly)
  • L,R ENG BLEED OFF (Not a malfunction if momentary)

24

When can the cabin attendants be informed to remove there oxygen masks? When can flight crew?

  • CABIN @ or BLW 13,000ft
  • FLIGHT CREW @ or BLW 10,000ft
  • 2-1-(2)

25

When smoke, fire or fumes exist in the cabin do you turn on the PAX OXY switch?

  • No, do not turn on the PAX OX as long as cabin altitude does not exceed 13,000ft
  • Oxygen system supplies oxygen mixed with cabin air, when there is smoke/fumes it will also be inhaled
  • Also in fire conditions oxygen increases the hazard of combustion
  • 2-1-(2)

26

Tripped Circuit Breakers?

  • Do not reset any tripped fuel pump circuit breaker or fuel pump control circuit breaker
  • In flight, flight crew reset of any other tripped circuit breaker is not recommended
  • However these other circuit breakers may be reset once after a cooling period of 2 minutes if it is judged that the situation resulting form the circuit breaker trip has a significant adverse affect on safety

27

What is pattern altitude?

  • Used in non-normal checklists it is assumed to be an altitude between the start of final approach and 1,500ft AFE

28

When should an Emergency Landing at the nearest suitable Airport be considered?

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  • When smoke, fire or fumes are present in the cabin and they cannot be positively determined to be eliminated or extinguished
  • When trouble occurs in the altimeter, and a correct altitude is not confirmed surely with related procedures or a standby altimeter etc. (In this case contact ATC immediately and follow instruction)
  • One main hydraulic system remaining
  • One main AC power source remaining
  • Other situation where significant adverse effects on safety may be possible if flight is continued.
  • "Plan to land at nearest suitable airport" is contained in the non-normal checklist.
  • Engine failure or Engine fire
  • 2-1-(4)

29

When should an Immediate Landing be considered?

  • If smoke, fire or fumes become uncontrollable. the flight crew should consider an immediate landing
  • Immediate landing implies immediate diversion to a runway
  • However in a severe situation, an off-airport landing or ditching should be considered as well
  • 2-1-(4)

30

How many Unannunciated Checklists are there and what does it mean?

  • 31 Unannunciated Checklists
  • EICAS messages are not displayed
  • 2-1-(5)

31

Why are some checklists printed in large font?

  • Checklists which may have to be performed in poor visibility (for example while donning smoke goggles) are printed in large font

32

What are Confirmed Actions?

  • Items which the PF and PM must verbally confirm before the action is taken
  • Thrust lever
  • Fuel control switch
  • Engine or APU fire switch and cargo fire arm switch
  • Generator drive disconnect switch

33

During a CARGO FIRE on a freighter what altitude should be maintained and why?

  • 25,000ft This is the highest altitude for unpressurised flight
  • Also the fire can be extinguished easier as there is less concentration of oxygen
  • 2-1-(23)

34

What does the AFDS command when autopilot is initially turned on with no F/D's on?

  • Bank
  • Bank > 5 but
  • Maintains bank, V/S & ATT display
  • Bank > 30
    • Bank is returned to 30, V/S & ATT display
  • 35

    RNAV approach when to set RNP value and what is it?

    • 0.3 set prior to FAF
    • 4-2-4-(8)

    36

    In an RNP approach what are the values that need to be verified and set?

    • Initial/Intermediate Approach: 1nm
    • Final Approach Segment: 0.3nm
    • Missed Approach Segment: 1nm (Can be omitted if RNP value is not manually entered)
    • 4-2-4-(8)

    37

    For an instrument approach using VNAV what MDA is set if there is no DA?

    • Use MDA+50 as DA for straight in approaches where DA is not applicable
    • 4-2-4-(8)

    38

    What GP angle needs to be verified and when on an approach using VNAV?

    • Between 2.75 and 3.77 must be displayed on the Final approach segment on the legs page
    • 4-2-4-(8)

    39

    When do you set DA on a RNAV or RNP approach?

    • Approx 4nm prior to FAF or equivalent fix and after ALT HLD or VNAV PTH is annunciated
    • Set to closest 100ft increment below the constraint

    40

    When do you set missed approach altitude in an RNAV or RNP approach?

    • Prior to reaching DA when airplane is at least 100ft below MAP altitude

    41

    During a one engine taxi which engine should be shut down and how long should it run at idle before hand?

    • Left should be shutdown
    • Allow to run for about 3 min

    42

    Is Take-off permitted with frost?

    • Yes but only 3mm in thickness on the lower wing surfaces due to cold fuel is permissible
    • Thin Hoar frost is also acceptable on the upper part surface of the fuselage, however it must not adhere to the cockpit window and forward fuselage
    • 4-3-1-(1)

    43

    What is the engine run up time and when should it be accomplished in icing conditions?

    • When engine anti Ice required and OAT is 3' or BLW
    • Run up to a minimum of 60% N1 for approximately 30 seconds at intervals not exceeding 30 minutes
    • 4-3-1-(3)

    44

    How is fan Ice removal accomplished in flight?

    • Increase thrust on one engine at a time to 70% N1 for 10 to 30 seconds every ten minutes
    • 4-3-1-(7)

    45

    What must be done different after LDG in icing conditions?

    • Do not retract Flaps to less than 20 until the flap areas have been checked to be free from contaminates
    • If ENG anti ice is needed perform ENG run up as needed if temp BLW 3'

    46

    Severe Turbulence?

    • Delay Flap extension as long as possible
    • Seat belts ON
    • ENG start SEL CONT
    • 290 KIAS/0.78M whichever is lower
    • Check chapter 8-6 for turbulence N1 penetration SPD
    • Use ALT HLD for LVL flight and VS (for CLB DES)
    • Use CWS if installed
    • A/T will be disengaged
    • BLW 15,000ft the A/C can be slowed to 250KIAS if BLW the MLW

    47

    When must FD (APP mode) or AP (APP mode) be used?

    • RVR of less than 1,200m is conducted

    48

    If on CAT I, II approach and the ground station is lost what is the indication?

    • A/P caution activated
    • LOC and/or G/S display on EADI changes to mode fail display
    • LOC and/or G/S deviation pointers disappear

    49

    Can you do a CAT II, III approach with one engine?

    • Both engines must be operating for cat II/III approaches

    50

    What is some of the mandatory equipment for a CAT II approach?

    • Both engines operate normally
    • LAND 2/3 is displayed
    • 2 or 3 IRS's operate normally in NAV mode
    • Autopilots in the channel of operative ILS's are operative
    • 3 Hydraulic systems
    • 2 Elec sources (APU can be one)

    51

    What is some of the mandatory equipment of a CAT III approach?

    • Both engines operate normally
    • LAND 3 is displayed
    • All IRS's operate normally in NAV mode
    • 3 Hydraulic systems
    • 2 Elec sources (APU can be one)
    • A/B, ANTI SKID, NWS

    52

    Driftdown altitude and speed?

    • M0.80/310KIAS & 20,000ft

    53

    When to call out 1000ft to LVL off in a descent?

    • Precision Approach: Before Glideslope intercept
    • Non Precision Approach: Before initiating final descent, PM & PF should discuss
    • Info 403

    54

    What is the MAX bank in a MAP?

    • 30 degrees

    55

    PF & PM task assignment in Non-normal?

    • PF Works on the future flight plan
    • PM Takes charge of all operations except for those directly related to vertical/lateral navigation
    • AOR-2-1-5-(1)

    56

    What is the Glide path angle for a CAT I approach?

    • 2.5 - 3.25'
    • AOR 2-1-15-(2)