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6 policies?

  • Task sharing
  • Crew coordination
  • Crew communication
  • Monitor and crosscheck
  • Workload management
  • Discipline



  • Fly first - Top priority placed on this
  • Assure secure and reliable operation
  • Achieve effective and efficient operation
  • Promote standardized and uniform operation


Basic policy?

  • Policies for High Quality operations:
    • Ensure safety
    • Achieve max efficiency
    • Maintain schedule
    • Passenger comfort
  • Conduct flight based on policy above
  • Any disagreement, use safer option
  • If either think the flight is unsuitable, DON’T GO
  • Captain has final responsibility for safety
  • Dispatcher supports captain using personnel, equipment & authorities so that flights are safe & efficient
  • Do not fly if crew members are unfit for duty


Windshear escape?

  • Disengage A/P
  • Push G/A switch
  • Aggressively apply MAX thrust
  • Disconnect A/T
  • Simultaneously ROLL wings LVL and rotate toward an initial pitch ATT of 15'
  • Speedbrake lever DOWN
  • Follow FD guidance (If avail)
  • Do not change GEAR & FLAP config until WS no longer a factor
  • Monitor VS and ALT
  • Do not attempt to regain lost A/S until WS no longer a factor


GPWS escape?

  • Disengage A/P
  • Disconnect A/T
  • Aggressively apply maximum thrust
  • Simultaneously roll wings level and rotate to an initial pitch atttude of 20'
  • Set the SPEEDBRAKE lever to DOWN
  • If terrain remains a threat, continue rotation up to pitch limit indicator, stick shaker or initial buffet
  • Do not change flap or gear configuration until terrain separation is assured
  • Monitor RADALT for sustained or increasing terrain separation
  • When clear of terrain, slowly decrease pitch attitude and accelerate



  •  CF680-C2B6


Basic objective of standard callouts?

  • To confirm information on altitude, position, speed and system status
  • Enhance crew coordination, common recognition, and fail safe function


Lost comms Narita?

  • If comms lost for 1 minute squawk 7600
  • Contact Tower, if unable, proceed VFR
  • If unable:
    • Rwy 34L/R, proceed to GIINA at last assigned altitude or 4000 whichever is higher and conduct instrument approach to rwy 34L
    • Rwy 16L/R, proceed to LAKES at the last assigned altitude or 6000 whichever is higher and conduct instrument approach to rwy 16R


Lost comms Kadena?

  • If comms lost for 1 minute in pattern or 5 sec (PAR) / 15 sec (ASR) squawk 7600
  • Contact Tower, if unable, proceed VFR
  • If unable:
    • Conduct VOR or ILS approach
    • Maintain 3000 until esablished on approach
    • If below 3000 if established on apporach, contiue approach
    • If not on approach climb to 3000 and proceed to intital approach fix and conduct approach


Lost comms Naha?

  • If comms lost for 1 minute or 5 sec (PAR) squawk 7600
  • Contact Tower, if unable, proceed VFR
  • If unable:
    • Rwy 36, proceed to GRASE at last assigned altitude or 2000 whichever is higher and conduct instrument approach
    • Rwy 18, proceed to EISAR at the last assigned altitude or 3000 whichever is higher and conduct instrument approach


Runways and lowest minimas Naha?

  • 18/36, 3000m
  • Approaches available:
    • VOR 18
    • RNAV 18
    • ILS/LOC 36
    • PAR 18/36
  • Lowest minima:
    • PAR 36
    • (209' / 550m)


Runways and lowest minima Narita?

  • 16R/34L 4000m
  • 16L/34R 2500m
  • Approaches available:
    • VOR 16L/R 34L/R
    • ILS/LOC 16L/R 34L/R
    • Cat 2/3 16R
  • Lowest minima:
    • Cat 3B 16R
    • (RA 101' / nil vis)


Runways and lowest minima Kadena?

  • 05L/23R 3688m 12,101 ft
  • 05R/23L 3688m 12,101 ft
  • Approaches available:
    • VOR DME 05L/05R
    • ILS/LOC DME 05L/23R
    • RNAV all runways
    • PAR all runways
  • Lowest minima:
    • ILS 05L
    • (263' / 2400')


Runways and lowest minima Kansai?

  • Runways:
    • 06L/24R 4000m
    • 06R/24L 3500m
  • Lowest minima:
    • Cat 2 06L/24L
    • (RA100' / 350m)










What are the 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


Documents required

Required by law: (RARE JAL OPS RAM)

Registration certificate
Airworthiness certificate
Radio Station Licence (and Aircraft Earth Station Licence if SATCOM)
Emergency Documents
Aircraft Logbook (Journey Log & Radio Log)
AOC Original Transcript (Air Operator Certificate True Transcript if international)
Operational Limitations
Operations Manual
Operations Policy Manual
Operations Specifications
Route Manual & Charts
AOM/QRH (Flight Manual)

Required by other countries/authorities:

Civil Aircraft Landing Permit (USAF only - in Route Manual)
Dangerous Goods (US only)
Noise documents

Required by Company:

AOC copy
Normal Checklist
Landing performance chart
Handy Speed Book

If the seal is broken on the Certification Holder (pouch): Captain checks each document and reports to ANA maintenance If none missing, may fly. If some are lost, report to Flight Ops & Ground personnel

Hand Carry Documents:

Operations Manual (Captain only)
Competence Certificate (Pilot Licence)
Aviation Medical Certificate (plus items required with the certificate such as correcting lenses)
Radio operating licence
Documents necessary for CIQ (if engaging in international operations)
Route manual (only pertinent pages)
Aeronautical maps (only pertinent maps)
Flash light



What are the 7 modes of the GPWS?

  • Mode 1 – Excessive Descent Rate
  • Mode 2 – Excessive Closure to Terrain
  • Mode 3 – Altitude Loss After Takeoff
  • Mode 4 – Unsafe Terrain Clearance
  • Mode 5 – Excessive Deviation Below Glideslope
  • Mode 6 – Advisory Callouts
  • Mode 7 – Windshear Alerting


Crosswind limits?

  • 33kts Dry
  • 25kts Wet (grooved) 
  • 20kts Wet (ungrooved) 
  • 20 kts BA Good: 
  • 20 kts (15kts less than 2500m) BA Medium-Good: 
  • 20 kts (15kts less than 2500m) BA Medium: 
  • 15kts (10kts less than 2500m) BA Medium-Poor: 
  • 10kts BA Poor: 
  • 15kts Slush (2mm or less): 
  • 10kts Slush (3mm-12mm): 

Takeoff & Landing not permitted when:

  • Water/Slush of 13mm or more
  • Wet snow of 51mm or more
  • Dry snow of 71mm or more - Takeoff
  • Dry snow of 153mm or more –Landing


6 Concepts expanded?

  • Task sharing – PF and PM roles / PF flies the airplane and PM tasks mainly other than flying airplane / Area of responsibility / tasks assigned according to accessibility of switch
  • Crew coordination – Use of checklists / confirmed actions
  • Crew communication – Poor expression, failure to hear correctly, lack of understanding / Standard response to order / Standard callouts / briefings
  • Monitor and crosscheck – Scan pattern / instrument monitor during approach / speed and descent rate during approach / verification of autothrottle and autopilot / CDU operation
  • Workload management – Fly the airplane / use of auto flight system
  • Discipline – Professional manner / intentional deviation from SOP’s dangerous / strict discipline to SOP’s


4 policies expanded?

  • Fly first – Top priority placed on this
  • Assure secured and reliable operations – Procedures immune from mistakes / employing fail-safe features -
  • Achieve effective and efficient operation – Operational changes with social and technological innovations / inventing of, or reviewing procedures that are in place
  • Promote standardised and uniform operation – Various combinations of flight crew / small variations add to trouble / fleet standardisation