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  1. OM Sections
    • 0. Introduction
    • 1. Emergency Procedures
    • 2. Abnormal Procedures
    • 3. Normal Procedures
    • 4.Policies and Procedures *
    • 5. Aircraft Specific Ops
    • 6. SF-340B+
    • 7. Deicing/ Anti-Icing
    • 8. Company Organization, Duties and Responsibilities
    • 9. Ops Specs
    • 10. Ops Bulletins
    • 11. Other Bulletins
  2. SF-340B+ Engine Trend Monitoring 3.27.1
    • 1. Optimum altitude: 15,000 ft. Between 10,000'- 20,000' will suffice
    • 2. Engines set for 1270 RPM for at least 5 minutes
  3. Exemption 3585 3.8.5
    • 1. For planning purposes, allows Silver to dispatch flights even if the conditional statements (Tempo, Prob, Becmg) of  a weather report are below authorized minimums.
    • A. Second alternate is always required and weather must be at or above C055 alternate minimums in all parts of forcast
    • B. Destination Airport: conditional forecast weather conditions must not be less than 1/2 visibility needed for IAP expected to be used
    • C. First alternate: conditional forecast weather conditions must not be less than 1/2 vis and min ceiling needed for approach plus C055 alt. mins.
    • 2. Must have enough fuel to fly to destination plus furthest alternate plus 45 minutes at normal cruise
    • 3. Must ensure comms with Dispatch
    • 4. Must state "Dispatched under Exemption 3585" in comments section of the release
  4. With respect to CRM what would be a good statement 3.6.4
    The issue is what is right, not who is right
  5. Required Fuel 3.14.1
    Fly to and land at destination released, then to most distant alternate, then 45 minutes (30 mins for part 91 day VFR ops)
  6. CAMP
    Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program
  7. Categories of an MEL 3.36
    • Category A: Specified
    • Cat B: 3 days
    • Cat C: 10 days
    • Cat D: 120 days
    • Due dates start AFTER MIDNIGHT 
  8. Oxygen Requirements 121.329 (Always Cabin Altitudes)
    • a. Crew
    •      i. 10,0001-12,000 cabin altitude: After 30 minutes, flight crew must use / other crew must have oxygen available
    •      ii. 12,001-above: Must be used by flight crew / must be available for other crew
    • b. Passengers
    •      i. 10,001-14,000 cabin altitude: after 30 minutes, enough available for 10% of passengers
    •      ii. 14,001-15,000 cabin alt: enough oxygen available for 30% of passengers
    •      iii. 15,001- above cabin alt: enough oxygen available for all passengers 
  9. Reserve "On Call" and "On Duty" 4.11.8
    when does duty end after block in? 
    A reserve pilot is not "on duty" untill the check-in time for a trip and that duty period ends after the 15-minute debrief
  10. On FAA flight plan (.) vs (.)(.)
    • (.)= via
    • (.)(.)= direct 
  11. When can you cancel an IFR flight plan at uncontrolled fields Op Specs C077, 3.7.7, 3.29.4 3.29.9
    • a. Uncontrolled fields
    • b. Within 10 nm or landing surface in sight 
    • c. Must have already called destination station ops
  12. Requirements for accepting a Visual Approach on an IFR Flight Plan C077, 3.29.4
    • a. Airport or preceeding traffic in sight
    • b. Maintain cloud clearances
    • c. 1,000 ft and 3 sm Vis
    •  d. Within 35 miles
  13. Emergency- Definition 1.1.1
    • Any condition where safety of flight is endangered and requires special procedures to be taken by eigther captain or dispatch personnel beyond those normally employed in the conduct of flight:
    • a. Overdue flight- fails to report or is more than 30 mins past ETA to fix or station
    • b. Flight cannot establish its position
    • c. Failure of any component of a/c that affects safety of flight
    • d. Smoke or fire 
    • e. Comms/ Radios impaired to where proper orientation and approach procedures may be jeopardized
    • f. Hijacking
    • g. Bomb threat
    • h. Emergency Decent
    • i. HAZMAT spill/leak
    • j. Below 45 mins of fuel remaining
    • k. Any other situation where Captain, Dispactch, DO, or DoM declares an emergency 
  14. Serious Injury 1.1.1
    • a. Hospitalization for more than 48 hours within 7 days of injury
    • b. Fracture of bones (excluding fingers, toes, or nose)
    • c. Severehemorrhages, nerve, muscle or tendon damage
    • d. Involves internal organ
    • e. 2nd or 3rd degree burns; or any burn affecting more than 5% of body 
  15. Who is our Direct Supervisor 8.3.2, 8.3.3
    Chief Pilot
  16. Required Check-In Times at Base 3.5
    • a. Check in with scheduling 60 mins prior to departure
    • b. Report to Aircraft 50 minutes before 1st scheduled departure
    • c. Report to Aircraft 45 minutes before departures after overnights
    • d. Be at duty station, ready to accept passengers 20 minutes prior to departure 
  17. Marginal Weather- Definition 3.9.1
    Less than 800 ft. ceiling or less than 2 sm visibility
  18. Medical Certificates 4.4.2
    when are they due? 
    • a. On the 20th of the month due
    • b. Warning is recieved from records at "one month in advance"
  19. Alcoholic Beverages 4.12.4
    f. No flight crewmember will report for duty or remain on duty with a blood alcohol content equal to or greater than .019
  20. Cabin/Coat Closet 3.17.3
    4. Only passengers seated in 1A, 1F, 9E may place personal items in coat closet
  21. Declaring Minimum Fuel
    You are notifying that you can accept no undue delay
  22. Carrage of Prisoners 2.6.11
    possible for low risk prisoner to travel without an escort? 
    • a. Must be escorted by Law Enforcement Officer (LEO)
    • b. Total Number Permitted
    •      i. High Risk: 1
    •      ii. Low Risk: 2 
  23. When 30 miles out on an ILS PRM approach, ATC cancels the PRM approach. A pilot should:
    • a. If the pilot briefs the PRM approach, and ATC subsequently changes it, he is deemed briefed on the approach and may still use the ILS PRM apprach plate
    • b. Monitor 2 frequencies
    • c. When you switch to tower, activate monitoring frequency 
  24. Exit Seating Criteria 4.13.3
    (none of the above) 
    • Following passengers may NOT occupy an exit seat:
    •  a. passengers who lack sufficient mobility, strength, or dexterity in both arms and hands, and legs
    • b. Younger than 15
    • c. Cannot read and understand instructions on saftey brief card or understand crewmember commands
    • d. Responsible for small child
    • e. Suffer a condition that may cause them bodily harm to perform required functions
    • f. Requiring seatbelt extension
    • g. Unwilling to operate 
  25. Flight Time Limits 4.11.1
    • a. 1,000 hours in a calander year
    • b. 100 hours in any calendar month
    • c. 30 hours in 7 consecutive days
    • d. 8 hours during any 24 consecutive hours for a flight crew consisting of one pilot
    • e. 8 hours between required rest periods for a flight crew consisting of two pilots 
  26. Common Safety Strategy #2  1.8
     what it refers to?
    Defines national security and hijacking policy
  27. When must a runway analysis be completed
    Every Flight
  28. Passengers Denied Admittance 2.6.13
    d. Any denied boarding will be followed up with a Station Report to the Station Manager and/or Incident Report to the Chief Pilot
  29. Aircraft Preflight Inspection 3.10.6
    (and post flight) 
    Although the Captain may deligate the preflight to the First Officer, the Captain is still responsible
  30. C-070 3.9.1
    Lists all usable destination and alternate airports
  31. C-055 3.9.2
    • Silver is authorized to derive alternate airport weater mins from the following:
    • a. Airports with ONE Nav. Facility: Add 400 ft. to MDA(H) or DA(H) and add 1 SM to landing vis. minimum
    • b. Airports with TWO Nav. Facilities to different suitable runways: Add 200 ft. to MDA(H) or DA(H) to the higher of the two approaches used and add 1/2 SM to landing vis minimum
  32. C-056
    Standard IFR Takeoff Minimums 
    1 SM/ 5000 RVR
  33. C-078 Lower Than Standard Takeoff Minimums 3.23.2
    • a. Lower than Standard Visibility Takeoff  is a Captain Only procedure
    • b. A special Low Visibility Takeoff briefing is required for takeoff
    • c. Below 1600 RVR, minimum of two operative RVR reporting systems required. All reports are controlling except for far end on extra long runways 
  34. Takeoff Alternate 3.9.3
    when must dispatch list it? 
    • a. When weather is below the lowest approach minimums for the departure airport
    • b. Airport must not be more than 1 hour from the departure airport and normal cruise in still air with one engine inop and must mins with C-055.
    • c. Airport will be within 180 NM of the departure airport as per Silver
  35. Icing 7.1.1
    No dispatch/flying into an area of known or forecasted severe icing/freezing rain.
  36. Expiration of Dispatch Release 3.3.7
    • Dispatch releases will become null and void automatically if a flight:
    • a. Has not become airborne within 1 hour of the valid time
    • b. Departs and must return to the gate
    • c. Returns to station after taking off
    • d. Lands at a point not included in the original release
    • e. Remains on the ground at intermediate station in for more than 1 hour (domestic), 6 hours (international and flag)
  37. What person without an ID should the pilot challenge on the ramp?
  38. Windshear 2.2.10
    c. un-commanded airspeed changes greater than 15 kts.
  39. Hold Over Time (HOT) 7.2
    The estimated time the application of deicing/anti-icing fluids will prevent the formation of frost or ice, and the accumulation of snow on the treated surfaces of an aircraft
  40. Second In Command Limitations 4.6.3 4.6.1
    • If the First Officer has less than 100 hours of flight time as Second in Command, the Captain must make all takeoffs and landings in the following situations:
    • a. All special airports
    • b. Prevailing RVV below 1 mile or RVR at or below 5000
    • c. Contaminated runway or braking action reported as fair or poor *
    • d. Crosswind component greater than 15 kts *
    • e. Windshear in the vicinity of the airport 
  41. Brakes are to be used at airspeeds of:
    40 kts or less
  42. OPS SPEC A001 Flights Under Part 91 4.11.3
    ferry flights count toward flight time totals? 
    • Allows Silver to conduct flights under FAR Part 91 rules for crewmember training, maintenance tests, and ferrying. Flight time accumlated under Part 91 rules do not count in a pilot's scheduled 8-hour day for any Part 91 flying that occurs after all Part 121 flying.
    • a. Front-End Ferry Flight time plus the normal schedule flights may not exceed the 8-hour flight time limit
    • b. Tail-End Ferry Flight plus the normal schedule flights may exceed the 8-hour flight time limit
  43. For a re-route when must you contact dispatch?
    If it adds to you flight time by 15 minutes, 60 miles or lowers your planned cruising altitude. This applies before departing the gate (blocking out)
  44. Destination Alternate 3.9.4
    • No alternate is required if for at least 1 hour before and after the estimaed time of arrival at the destination, the weater reports or forecasts:
    • a. Ceiling will be at least 2000 above airport elevation
    • b. Visibility for that airport is at least 3 miles 
  45. Aircraft Flight Logs 3.11.1-3.11.5
    • Prior to accepting an aircraft , it is the Captain's responsibility to determine through inspection of the Aircraft Flight Logbook that:
    • a. It corresponds to your aircraft
    • b. Log pages from the last 10 days of operation exist
    • c. A mechanic has signed the Airworthines Release including his certificate number within the past 7 days
    • d. No open mechanical items or write-ups exist
    • e. All defered maintenance items are entered on the "Notice to Pilots Record (N.T.P)" and placarded on affected component
    • f. Space is available to record mechanical irregularities during flight operations
    • g. MELs noted on the back cover must correspond with those posted in the aircraft and stated on the flight dispatch 
  46. Required Manuals, Checklists, Equipment, Certificates 3.10.2
    • Operating Certificates located in forward wall of the coat closet
    • SF-340:
    • 1. MEL/CDL
    • 2. OM-1
    • 3. Airworthiness Certificate
    • 4. Registration Certificate
    • 5. SAAB 340 Quick Reference Handbook (QRH)
    • 6. SAAB 340 Normal Checklist*
    • 7. SAAB 340 Quick Reference Checklist (QRC)*
    • 8. Speed Cards* 
    • 9. Aircraft Log Book
    • 10. SAAB 340 Company Flight Manual Vol. I 
    • 11. SAAB 340 Comany Flight Manual Vol. II
    • 12. SAAB 340 Data Guide*
    • 13. SAAB 340 Power Charts*
    • 14. SAAB 340 CG Calculator
    • 15. ACM Briefing Card*
    • * may be missing with the approval of maintenance control 
  47. Approach Briefings 3.29.12
    when must a standard approach briefing be given? 
    When reported weather conditions are below 2000 ft ceilings OR 3 SM visibility
  48. Can an aircraft be dispatched with the radar inop? 3.36
    Yes, if the MEL provides
  49. Dispatch Release Format 3.3.8
    "At what time will this flight be valid?" 
    • Flights are on the left side.
    • Valid Time is VT or VT/Z
    • Vaild Time GENERALLY starts 10 minuts before departure 
  50. One crewmember should use an airport diagram during:
    All movement on the ground
  51. Where are the crew overnight bags located?
    Behind the net in the aft cargo section
  52. Departing VFR
    when must you get IFR clearance? 
    • Must get clearance no father than 50 NM from departure airport
    • Must remain in VMC while departing 
  53. Incident Reports 3.35.1
    when is one NOT required? 
    • Incident reports are required to be submitted electronically within 24 hours of the completion of the pilots pairing in which the incident occured
    • Not required for a late departure 
  54. Controlled Flight into Terrain (CFIT)
    • Most common during VFR Night
    • Account for 17% of all aviation fatalities
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