Lear 35

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Lear 35
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  1. Engine Failure During Takeoff
    Below V1
    • 1. Thrust Levers IDLE
    • 2. Wheel Brakes APPLY
    • 3. Spoilers EXTEND
    • (T/R or D/C Deploy if Necessary)
  2. Engine Failure During Takeoff
    Above V1
    • 1. Rudder & Ailerons AS REQ’D
    • 2. Accelerate to Vr Keep nose wheel on Runway
    • 3. Rotate at Vr; Climb at V2Positive Rate GEAR UP
    • 4. Clear of Obstacles V2+30 FLAPS UP
  3. Engine Failure During
    Approach
    • 1. Control Wheel Master Switch DEPRESS AND
    • RELEASE
    • 2. Thrust Lever (operative engine) INCREASE AS
    • REQ’D
    • 3. Flaps 20 MAX
    • 4. Airspeed VREF + 10 MIN
  4. Engine Fire - Shutdown
    • Thrust Lever IDLE UNLESS CRITICAL THRUST
    • SITUATION
    • 2. If fire continues more than 15 seconds or there are
    • other indications of fire:
    • a. Thrust Lever CUTOFF
    • b. Engine Fire Pull Handle PULL
    • c. ARMED Light DEPRESS ONE
  5. Cabin Alt 10,000’ Warning
    (Emergency Descent)
    • 1. Crew Oxygen Masks DON & Select 100%
    • 2. Thrust levers IDLE
    • 3. Autopilot DISENGAGE
    • 4. Spoilers EXTEND
    • 5. Landing Gear (below Mmo or Vle) DOWN
    • 6. Descend at Mmo/Vle but not below MSA
    • 7. PASS OXY Valve NORMAL
    • 8. PASS MASK Valve MAN
  6. Cabin/Cockpit Fire, Smoke or
    Fumes
    • 1. Crew Oxygen Masks DON & SELECT 100%Smoke
    • Goggles DON IF AVAILABLE
    • 2. Passenger Oxygen Masks DEPLOY
    • 3. OXY-MIC Switches ON
    • If source is not immediately known - Land as soon as possible
    • If source is known - Extinguish fire or eliminate smoke or
    • fumes
    • If it cannot be verified fire is out - Land as soon as possible
    • If fire is out - Land as soon as practical
  7. Overspeed Recovery -
    Overspeed Warning Horn
    Activates
    • 1. Thrust Levers IDLE
    • 2. Autopilot DISENGAGE
    • 3. Identify Aircraft Pitch and Roll Attitude
    • 4. Level Wings
    • 5. Elevator and Pitch Trim NOSE UP AS REQ’D
    • If Mach or Airspeed is severe or if pitch and/or roll
    • attitude is extreme or unknown:
    • 6. Landing Gear DOWN, DO NOT RETRACT
  8. Pitch Axis Malfunction
    • 1. Control Wheel Master Switch DEPRESS AND
    • HOLD
    • 2. Attitude Control AS REQ’D
    • 3. Thrust Levers:
    • If high-speed nose-down attitude IDLE
    • If near stall INCREASE AS REQ’D
    • 4. Both Stall Warning Switches OFF
    • 5. Pitch Trim Switch OFF
    • 6. Autopilot Switch OFF
  9. Roll or Yaw Axis Malfunction
    • 1. Control Wheel Master Switch DEPRESS
    • 2. Attitude Control AS REQ’D
    • If control force continues
    • 3. Airspeed REDUCE
    • 4. Affected Axis Trim CB - ROLL or YAW TRIM
    • (pilot’s ESS bus) PULL
  10. Fuel Press Light
    • 1. Thrust Lever RETARD
    • 2. Standby Pump ON
    • 3. Air Ignition ON
  11. Emergency Braking
    • 1. Emergency Brake Handle PULL OUT
    • 2. Emergency Brake Handle PUSH DOWNWARD
  12. Emergency Evacuation
    • 1. Stop the aircraft
    • 2. Parking Brake SET
    • 3. Thrust levers CUTOFF
    • 4. If an engine fire is suspected
    • a. Applicable Engine Fire Handle PULL
    • b. ARMED Light DEPRESS ONE
    • c. Other Engine Fire Pull Handle PULL
    • If engine fire is not suspected:
    • a. Both Engine Fire Handles PULL
    • 5. Batteries OFF
  13. Stall Warning Activates
    • 1. Lower Pitch Attitude to reduce angle of attack
    • 2. Thrust Levers TAKEOFF POWER
    • 3. Accelerate out of the stall condition
  14. Aborted Takeoff
    • 1. Thrust Levers IDLE
    • 2. Wheel Brakes APPLY
    • 3. Spoilers EXTENDED
  15. Thrust Reverser Deployment
    During Takeoff Below V1
    • 1. Thrust Levers IDLE
    • 2. Wheel Brakes APPLY
    • 3. Spoilers EXTEND
  16. Thrust Reverser Deployment
    During Takeoff Above V1
    With AERONCA T/R’s
    • 1. Rudder and Ailerons AS REQ’D
    • 2. Thrust Lever (affected engine) IDLE
    • 3. Emer Stow Switch EMER STOW
    • 4. Accelerate to Vr Keep nose wheel on runway
    • 5. Rotate at Vr Climb at V2
    • 6. Positive Rate of Climb Established GEAR UP
    • 7. Clear of Obstacles ACCELERATE TO V2+30,
    • FLAPS UP
  17. Thrust Reverser Deployment
    During Takeoff Above V1
    With T/R 4000 T/R’s
    • 1. Rudder and Ailerons AS REQ’D
    • 2. Thrust Lever (affected engine) IDLE
    • 3. Thrust Reverser Control Switch OFF
    • 4. Accelerate to Vr Keep nose wheel on runway
    • 5. Rotate at Vr Climb at V2
    • 6. Positive Rate of Climb Established GEAR UP
    • 7. Clear of Obstacles ACCELERATE TO V2+30,
    • FLAPS UP
    • If DEPLOY Lights stay on:
    • 8. Thrust Lever (affected engine) CUTOFF

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