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1

Emergency descent

Crew duties:
- oxygen masks on (set to N position to save oxygen)
- establish communication

PF duties:
- announce: "emergency descent."
- initiate emergency descent with autopilot:
1. ALT knob turn and pull
2. HDG knob turn and pull
3. SPD/MACH adjust
4. Consider EXPEDITE mode
5. Thrust levers to idle (if manual thrust) or check FMA: THR IDLE
6. Use FULL SPD BRK

PM duties:
1. Signs on
2. Engine mode selector to IGN
3. ATC notify: "MAYDAY or PAN PAN" call
4. PA: "attention cabin crew, emergency descent"
5. ATC code set 7700
6. FMA check
7. PAX oxygen masks MAN ON (if CAB ALT is more than 14,000')

2

Windshear

If after V1:
- PF announce: "windshear TOGA"
- TOGA thrust
- Rotate at VR
- Follow SRS, if FDs are not available use 17.5 up to full backstick

Initial climb or landing:
- PF announce: "windshear TOGA"
- TOGA thrust
- Keep the AP if engaged
- Follow SRS, if FDs are not available use 17.5 up to full backstick
- Maintain current configuration until out of shear

3

Engine failure in cruise, drift down procedure.

Before descent:
1. Set MCT
2. A/THR OFF
3. Notify ATC
4. Decelerate to Green Dot
5. Determine Cruise FL (quick way is to check the MCDU PROG page)
6. ECAM actions

Drift down - standard
1. SPD: M.78 / 300knots - pull
2. ALT: set LRC ceiling - pull

Drift down - obstacle
1. SPD: Green Dot - pull
2. ALT: selected Cruise FL - pull
3. If obstacle problem exists - continue drift down
4. If obstacles are cleared - accelerate to Long Range Speed

NOTE: thrust is fixed at MCT, elevator controls speed

4

Stall recovery

PF announce: "Stall, I have control"

Immediate actions:
- pitch nose down
- wings level

When out of stall:
- increase thrust
- check speedbrakes are retracted
- recover flight path
- if in clean configuration below 20,000' select flap1

5

Stall warning at lift-off

- PF announce: "Stall, TOGA 15"
- TOGA
- 15 degrees pitch attitude
- wings level

6

Unreliable airspeed

- PF announce: "unreliable airspeed"
- A/P OFF
- both FDs OFF
- A/THR OFF

Pitch thrust:
- below THR RED: TOGA 15
- above THR RED below 10,000': CLB 10
- above 10,000': CLB 5

Configuration:
- if config 0-3: maintain current config
- if config FULL: select config 3 and maintain
- speedbrakes check retracted
- L/G select UP

- When at or above MSA or cruise altitude: level off for troubleshooting

7

TCAS warnings

TA:
PF announce: " TCAS I have control"

RA:
- A/P OFF
- both F/Ds OFF
- follow the VSI and fly the green
- notify ATC

8

Loss of braking

- PF announce: "loss of braking"
- select max reverse
- release brakes pedals
- anti-skid&nosewheel-steering OFF
- press brake pedals maximum 1000PSI
- if still no braking, use short and successive parking brake

9

Crew incapacitation

- PA: "would the cabin manager report to the flight deck immediately."
- the cabin attendant needs to do the following tasks:
1. Tighten and lock the shoulder harness
2. Push the seat completely aft
3. Recline the seat back
4. If not possible to move the body, stay and observe
5. Request assistant from any medically qualified passenger
6. Check if any qualified company pilot is on board

10

Takeoff safety brief after V1
(PF actions)

After V1 the takeoff will continue, you will call "rotate" at VR, I will rotate towards 12.5 degrees and you will call "positive climb", I will call "gear up". If its an engine problem, you will call "engine failure or fire", not identifying which engine.

Advice me that TOGA is available (if using FLX for takeoff).

Once the aircraft is under control I will engage the autopilot. At a minimum of 400' AGL, I will call: "ECAM actions." You will then read the first line of the ECAM and cross check any indications, and I will confirm. You will then carry out the ECAM actions with me monitoring you and confirm any necessary actions.

Once the engine is secure and above the EO altitude. I will push for V/S zero, accelerate and retract the flaps. As the speed approaches Green Dot, I will pull for OP CLB and set MCT.

We will follow the OCP to MSA and continue with the ECAM checklist. Having dealt with the failure we will return to _____. (If weather and performance permits.)

11

EFATO Actions

1. PITCH to 12.5
2. Follow SRS
3. "Gear up" ("Engine failure / fire")
4. Centre BETA bar, trim rudder (ATC call)
5. TOGA
6. AP2
7. "ECAM Actions" > 400' AGL
8. Pull HDG --> Follow OCP
9. ENG SECURE above ACC ALT, PUSH V/S 0
10. Clean up --> OP CLB --> select MCT

12

Go-Arounds sequence

- "Go Around flaps" ("pull speed")
Select one stage up
- FMA
"Positive climb"
- "gear up"
- "manage nav"
- LVR CLB
@ MAA, retract flaps and "activate approach phase"

13

EGPWS:
- “PULL UP”
- “TERRAIN AHEAD PULL UP”
- “OBSTACLE AHEAD PULL UP”

- PF announce: "pull up TOGA"
- A/P OFF
- set TOGA thrust
- pull full backstick pitch up
- check speedbrakes retracted
- wings level

When flight path is safe and the warning stops: Decrease pitch attitude and accelerate.

When speed is above VLS, and vertical speed is positive: Clean up aircraft, as required.

14

EGPWS:
“TERRAIN TERRAIN”
“TOO LOW TERRAIN”

Adjust the flight path, or initiate a go-around.

15

EGPWS:
- “TERRAIN AHEAD”
- “OBSTACLE AHEAD”

- Adjust the flight path.
- Stop descent.
- Climb and/or turn, as necessary, based on analysis of all available instruments and information.

16

EGPWS:
- “SINK RATE”
– “DON'T SINK”

Adjust pitch attitude and thrust to silence the alert.

17

EGPWS:
- “TOO LOW GEAR”
- “TOO LOW FLAPS”

Perform a go-around.

18

EGPWS:
“GLIDE SLOPE”

Establish the aircraft on the glideslope, or switch OFF the G/S mode pb-sw, if flight below the glideslope is intentional (non precision approach (NPA)).