Air Canada FOM

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  1. Immediate Communication Required with Flight Attendants.
    In Charge  Flight Attendants report to/call the flight deck.
  2. Signal for Flight Attendant to be Seated.
    Emergency Stations - Emergency Stations.
  3. Brace for Landing.
    Brace for landing - Brace for landing.
  4. Initiating Rapid Deplanement.
    Deplane immediately and leave your personal belongings.
  5. Initiating Evacuation.
    Evacuate - Evacuate.
  6. Pre-Depressurization.
    Attention, Flight Attendants secure the cabin, passengers take your seats.
  7. Post Depressurization.
    In-Charge Flight Attendant report to/call the flight deck.
  8. P-EFB, PED or Laptop Fire in the flight deck.
    Backup to the flight deck, backup to the flight deck.
  9. PA after ground event with no immediate evacuation is required.
    Remain seated, remain seated
  10. PA after ground event when PIC deems and evacuation necessary.
    Evacuate, evacuate.
  11. Unanticipated Moderate Turbulence or above.
    Flight Attendants and passengers be seated immediately with your sea belts fastened.
  12. Emergency during Push Back: Lead to Cockpit.
    ''Emergency, Emergency, Set Brakes, Set Brakes.''If no Headset: Long continuous Horn and abruptly extend arms and wands to top of head, crossing wands.
  13. Emergency during Push Back: Cockpit to Lead.
    ''Emergency, Emergency, Stop Pushback, Stop Pushback.''If no Headset: Cross both arms in front of face, then clench fists.
  14. B787 One Minute Increments of Fuel
    • 90 KG / Flight Minute
    • 22 KG / Taxi Minute
  15. B787 MFOD
    4000 KG
  16. Max Take Off Alternate Distance
    • 787-8: 60 mins: 377 NM, ETOPS 754 NM
    • 787-9: 60 mins: 384 NM, ETOPS 768 NM
    • Both at 330 KIAS
  17. Max Fuel Loading Error
    400 KG
  18. Passenger Count Tolerance
    • 787-8 ± 10
    • 787-9 ± 12
  19. Take-OFF advisory to the cabin crew.
    ''Flight Attendants take position for Take-Off''
  20. CAT II Visibility requirements.
    • Canada: RVR A 1200, RVR B 600
    • US: Only A RVR 1400,
    • A and either B/C, A1200/B600/C300,
    • Only A/D, A1400/D300
    • Other: RVR A 350 M, RVR B 175 M
  21. CAT III Lowest approved minimums
    • CAT III LAND 3, AH 100': RVR 150 feet, 50 M
    • CAT III LAND 2, DH 50': RVR 600 feet, 175 M
  22. China Offset procedures.
    • Obtain clearance if able.
    • If not: 30° (normally to the right) and 5 NM offset.  Then climb or descend to new level and return to original track when appropriate.
  23. Russia Offset procedures.
    • Obtain clearance if able.
    • If not: 30° (normally to the right) and 16.2 NM offset.  Then climb or descend to new level and return to original track when appropriate.
  24. ETOPS Alternate Airport Weather
    • Prior to Dispatch: ETOPS Alt Minima.
    • After Dispatch, prior to Entry: Landing Minima.
    • At of after ETOPS area: PIC's discretion.
  25. ETOPS Maximum Diversion Distance.
    • At 330 KIAS
    • 787-8: 424 NM for 60 mins.
    • 787-9: 430 NM for 60 mins.
  26. Alternate Airport Weather Minimums.  Other than US.
    • Two or more precision approaches:
    • 400-1 or 200-1/2 abv lowest usable HAT.
    • One precision approach:
    • 600-2* or 300-1 abv lowest usable HAT.
    • Non precision only:
    • 800-2* or 300-1 abv lowest usable HAT.
    • *Sliding scale.
  27. Alternate Airport Weather Minimums.  US.
    • Tow or more precision approaches:
    • 400-1 or 200-1/2 abv highest of HAT.
    • One precision Approach:
    • 600-2 or 400-1 abv HAT
    • Non precision only:
    • 800-2 or 400-1 HAA.
  28. No Alternate IFR Operations:
    • 0-6 Hours of flight: TO airport is N/Central/South-America, Caribbean or Bermuda.
    • 6-8 Hours of flight: TO airport is N-America, Landing Airport in N-America except Mexico.  Between 4-6 hours of flight, obtain confirmation from dispatch.
    • Can refile NAIFR if within 4-6 from destination.
    • Weather: ± 1 hour of ETA: US: 2000-3.  Other, FAF + 1000-3 or 1500-6.
    • No risk of fog/precip <3 sm.  No TS.  No FZ precip.
    • Dest A/D: At least 2 separate R/W, 1 OK wet and 1 OK dry. 2 Independent IFR approach aid.  Only one GNSS.
  29. TO visibility requirements.
    • TO vis abv level of service.
    • -Reported RVR of the R/W to be used (Unless fluctuating of less than min because of localized phenomenon.).
    • -Reported Ground Vis if RVR not avail or fluctuating.
    • -Runway Vis as observed by PIC if RVR and ground vis not reported. (Not in US)
  30. Take off Minima - Other than US.
    • Standard: RVR 2600 / Ground Vis 1/2 sm.
    • Lower than standard:
    • Designate TO Alt.
    • RVR 1200/350M or 1/4 sm/400M:
    • -At least one of: HIRL, CL, Visible Center line marking
    • RVR 600/175M:
    • -All of: HIRL, CL, Visible Center line marking, Two RVR (A+B or C)
  31. Take off Minima - US
    • Standard: RVR 5000
    • Lower than standard:
    • TDZ RVR 1600 or RVV 1/4 sm: 
    • -At least one of: HIRL, CL, visible RCLM. If unavailable with RVV 1/4, other rw marking of lights plainly visible.  TDZ RVR controlling or mid RVR.
    • TDZ RVR 1200 Mid 1200 if installed Rollout 1000:
    • -At least one of DAYTIME: HIRL, CL, visible RCLM.
    • -At least one of NIGHTIME: HIRL CL.
    • -Min Two RVR, all controlling.
    • TDZ RVR 600 Mid 600 if installed Rollout 600.
    • -All of: HIRL, CL, RCLM.
    • -Min two RVR, all controlling.
  32. Use of True Heading Reference.
    While operating in NCA, ACA, north of 70°, airways in True, during ramp check or following re-route.
  33. Stabilized approach criteria:
    • 1000' gate:
    • -Correct lateral/vertical flightpath.
    • -Final gear and flaps selected.
    • 500' gate:
    • -1000' gate criteria still met.
    • -Airspeed +10/-5.
    • -Thrust abv idle and stabilized.
    • -Max 1000 FPM descent.
    • -Final checks completed.
    • IF NOT: ''UNSTABILIZED"
  34. Circling approach weather minimums:
    • 1500' / 5 sm.
    • Maneuver at higher of 1000 HAA or if MDA is higher than 700 HAA, charted +300'.
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Air Canada FOM
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2018-05-22 00:38:41
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