King Air 350 EP's

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johnswm
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255519
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King Air 350 EP's
Updated:
2014-01-07 21:57:06
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King Air 350
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Emergency Procedures for King Air 350
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  1. ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE INFLIGHT
    • Affected engine:
    • 1 . Condition Lever — FUEL CUTOFF
    • 2 . Prop Lever — FEATHER
    • 3 . Firewall Fuel Valve — CLOSE    
    •          [EXTINGUISHER PUSH] & [CLOSED] —    
    •                   ILLUMINATED
    • 4 . Fire Extinguisher (if fire warning persists) —
    •          ACTUATE [DISCHARGED] —
    •                   ILLUMINATED
  2. ENGINE FIRE ON GROUND
    • Affected Engine:
    • 1 . Condition Lever — FUEL CUTOFF
    • 2 . Firewall Fuel Valve — CLOSE
    •              [EXTINGUISHER PUSH] &[CLOSED] —
    •                    ILLUMINATED
    • 3 . Starter Switch — STARTER ONLY
    • 4 . Fire Extinguisher (if fire warning persists) —
    •               ACTUATE [DISCHARGED] —
    •                     ILLUMINATED
  3. EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN ON THE GROUND
    • 1 . Condition Levers — FUEL CUTOFF
    • 2 . Prop Levers — FEATHER
    • 3 . Firewall Fuel Valves — CLOSE
    •            [EXTINGUISHER PUSH] & [CLOSED] —
    •                    ILLUMINATED
    • 4 . Master Switch (gang bar) — OFF
    • 5 . Battery Bus — EMER OFF
    • 6 . ESIS Power — OFF
  4. ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF (AT OR BELOW V1) — TAKEOFF ABORTED
    • 1 . Power Levers — GROUND FINE
    • 2 . Brakes — MAXIMUM (or as required to achieve stopping distance
  5. ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF (AT OR ABOVE V1) — TAKEOFF CONTINUED
    • 1 . VR Speed — ROTATE TO APPROXIMATELY 10º PITCH ATTITUDE
    • 2 . Landing Gear (When positive climb established) — UP
    • 3 . Airspeed — MAINTAIN V2 to 400 FT AGL
    • 4 . Propeller (inoperative engine) — VERIFY FEATHERED
  6. ENGINE FAILURE IN FLIGHT BELOW AIR MINIMUM CONTROL SPEED (VMCA)
    • 1 . Power — REDUCE AS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN CONTROL
    • 2 . Nose — LOWER TO ACCELERATE ABOVE VMCA
  7. GLIDE (BOTH ENGINES INOPERATIVE)
    • 1 . Landing Gear — UP
    • 2 . Flaps — UP
    • 3 . Prop Levers — FEATHERED
    • 4 . Airspeed — 135 KTS
  8. DUAL GENERATOR FAILURE [L DC GEN] & [R DC GEN]
    • 1 . Instrument Emergency Lights (if required) — ON
    • 2 . Generator — RESET, THEN ON
    •            If either Generator will reset:
    • 3 . Operating Generator Loadmeter — MONITOR
    •            If neither Generator will reset:
    • 4 . ECS Mode — OFF
    • 5 . Cockpit/Cabin Blower — AUTO
    • 6 . Non-essential Equipment— OFF
  9. UNSCHEDULED ELECTRIC PITCH TRIM ACTIVATION
    • 1 . Airplane Attitude — MAINTAIN USING
    •              ELEVATOR CONTROL
    • 2 . AP/Trim Disconnect — DEPRESS FULLY AND
    •              HOLD[TRIM] - ILLUMINATED
  10. UNSCHEDULED RUDDER BOOST ACTIVATION
    • 1 . AP/Trim Disconnect — DEPRESS TO 1ST
    •     LEVEL AND HOLD
    • 2 . Rudder Boost — OFF
    •                   If condition persists:
    • 3 . YD/AP DISC (on Flight Guidance Panel) —
    •      PULL DOWN
  11. SPINS
    • 1 . Control Column — FULL FORWARD,
    •         AILERONS NEUTRAL
    • 2 . Full Rudder — OPPOSITE THE DIRECTION  
    •         OF SPIN
    • 3 . Power Levers — IDLE
    • 4 . RUDDER — NEUTRALIZE WHEN ROTATION
    •         STOPS
    • 5 . Execute smooth pullout.
  12. ELECTRICAL SMOKE OR FIRE
    • 1 . Oxygen Mask(s) — DON
    • 2 . Mask Selector Switch — EMERG
    • 3 . Mic Switch(es) — OXY
  13. ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM SMOKE OR FUMES
    • 1 . Oxygen Mask(s) — DON
    • 2 . Mask Selector Switch — EMERG
    • 3 . Mic Switch(es) — OXY
  14. AIRSTAIR/CARGO DOOR UNLOCKED
    • 1 . All Occupants — SEATED WITH SEAT BELTS
    •          SECURELY FASTENED
  15. EMERGENCY DESCENT
    • 1 . Power Levers — IDLE
    • 2 . Prop Levers — FULL FORWARD
    • 3 . Flaps (202 Kts maximum) — APPROACH
    • 4 . Landing Gear (184 Kts maximum) — DOWN
    • 5 . Airspeed — 184 KTS MAXIMUM
  16. USE OF OXYGEN
    • Crew:
    • 1 . Oxygen Mask(s) — DON
    • 2 . Mic Switch(es) — OXY

    Warning:  The highest recommended cabin altitude for sustained flight is 25,000 ft.
  17. PRESSURIZATION LOSS [CABIN ALT HI]
    • 1 . Oxygen Mask(s) — DON
    • 2 . Mic Switch(es) — OXY
    • 3 . Passenger Manual Drop Out — PULL ON
    •         [PASS OXYGEN ON] - ILLUMINATED
    • 4 . Descend — AS REQUIRED
  18. HIGH DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE
    • 1 . Bleed Air Valves — ENVIR OFF
    • 2 . Oxygen (crew and passengers) — AS  
    •                                               REQUIRED
    • 3 . Descend — AS REQUIRED
  19. AUTO-DEPLOYMENT OXYGEN SYSTEM FAILURE
    1 . Passenger Manual Drop out — PULL ON
  20. BLEED AIR FAILURE
    • 1 . Bleed Air Valve Switch (Affected Engine) — PNEU and ENVIR OFF
    •       [L BLEED OFF] or [R BLEED OFF] —    
    •              ILLUMINATED
  21. AUTOPILOT MISTRIM [E] OR [A]
    • if a Mistrim Indication continues for more than a few seconds:
    • 1 . Flight Controls — HOLD FIRMLY(Control
    •                              forces may exceed 25 lbs)
    • 2 . AP — DISENGAGE
  22. AUTOPILOT TRIM FAIL [TRIM]
    • 1 . Flight Controls — HOLD FIRMLY
    • 2 . AP — DISENGAGE.
  23. AUTOPILOT AUTOMATIC DISENGAGEMENT

    if an Automatic Disengagement occurs:
    • 1 . Maintain Airplane control.
    • 2 . AP/TRIM Disconnect — DEPRESS TO 1ST LEVEL TO CANCEL THE HORN
  24. ENHANCED GROUND PROXIMITY WARNING SYSTEM (EGPWS) (IF INSTALLED)
    • In IMC or at Night:
    • 1 . Wings —LEVEL
    • 2 . Power — MAX ALLOWABLE
    • 3 . Pitch — INCREASE
    •      •Promptly and smoothly increase pitch    
    •        towards an initial pitch attitude of 20° to    
    •        25°.
    •      •Adjust as required to avoid continuous    
    •        buffeting and/or stall warning.
    •      •Adjust to maintain 125 KIAS.
    • 4 . Gear and Flaps — UP

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