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Hawker

125
(Series 1 Through 900XP) (All Models on A3EU TCDS except BAe-125-1000A/B and Hawker 1000)

Maintenance and Operational Procedures for the Minimum Equipment List
Corresponding to FAA MMEL HS-125 Revision No. 8b Dated: 05/21/2009 Aircraft Model/Serial __________ /________________

Copyright © 2009 Hawker Beechcraft Corporation. All rights reserved. Hawker and Beechcraft are trademarks of Hawker Beechcraft Corporation.

P/N MOP 306094

Revision A5 July 2009

Published by HAWKER BEECHCRAFT CORPORATION P.O. Box 85 Wichita, Kansas 67201-0085 USA

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

ATA System Number

System Table of Contents Record of Revisions List of Effective Revisions List of Effective Pages Highlights of Changes Introduction

Page Number(s) i and ii i i i and ii i through iii 1 through 10 1 through 23 1 through 7 1 through 11 1 through 8 1 through 6 1 through 5 1 through 12 1 through 14 1 through 4 1 through 12 1 through 3 1 1 through 7 1 through 36 1 through 6 1 through 4 1 1 through 4 1 and 2 1 through 3

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 38 45 46 49 52

Air Conditioning Auto Flight Communications Electrical Power Equipment/Furnishings Fire Protection Flight Controls Fuel Hydraulic Power Ice and Rain Protection Indicating/Recording Systems Landing Gear Lights Navigation Oxygen Water/Waste Central Maintenance System Information Systems Airborne Auxiliary Power Doors

Table of Contents

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST ATA System Number 56 73 74 77 78 79 80 System Windows Engine Fuel & Control Ignition Engine Indicating Exhaust Oil Starting Page Number(s) 1 1 and 2 1 1 and 2 1 through 5 1 1

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2008 Sep. 2008 Feb.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST ----- Revision Number Original Issue A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 Date June 2007 Nov. 2007 Feb. 2009 July 2009 Initials (for Revision Incorporation) Hawker Beechcraft Corporation Hawker Beechcraft Corporation Hawker Beechcraft Corporation Hawker Beechcraft Corporation Hawker Beechcraft Corporation Hawker Beechcraft Corporation Record of Revisions Page i Jul.2009 .

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28-1 through 28-14. Record of Revisions i.2009 . Record of Revisions i. Introduction 1-10. 29-1 through 29-4. 23-1 through 23-11.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST ----through Revision Number Original Issue A1 A2 Date June 2007 Nov. 27-1 through 27-12. 34-1 through 34-36. and 35-1 through 35-6 A3 Sep.2009 List of Effective Revisions Page i Jul. 21-1 through 21-23. 52-1 through 52-3. List of Effective Pages i and ii. List of Effective Pages i and ii. Introduction 1-9. Record of Revisions i. 34-1 through 34-36. and Highlights of Changes i Title/Backup. List of Effective Revisions i. 22-1 through 22-7. 26-1 through 26-5. 33-1 through 33-7. 22-1 through 22-7. 35-1 through 35-6. Table of Contents i and ii. 46-1 through 46-4. 30-1 through 30-12.2009 A5 Jul. List of Effective Revisions i. 28-1 through 28-14. List of Effective Pages i and ii. Table of Contents i and ii. Highlights of Changes i through ii. and 35-1 through 35-6 Title/Backup. 23-1 through 23-11. Highlights of Changes i through iii. and 78-1 through 78-5 Title/Backup. 25-1 through 25-6. 25-1 through 25-7. 38-1 through 38-4. 29-1 through 29-4. List of Effective Revisions i. 56-1. 30-1 through 30-12. Highlights of Changes i through iv. List of Effective Pages i and ii. Record of Revisions i. Table of Contents i and ii. 33-1 through 33-7. Table of Contents i and ii. 21-1 through 21-23. 24-1 through 24-8.2008 A4 Feb.2008 Page Numbers All All Title/Backup.2007 Feb. Introduction 1-10. 27-1 through 27-12. List of Effective Revisions i. 24-1 through 24-8.

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2007 Sep. 2008 Sep. 2009 Jul. 2008 Nov. 2007 Feb. 2009 Sep. 2009 Feb. 2008 Sep. 2009 Jul. 2008 Jul. 2008 Feb. 2009 Jul. 2009 Jul. 2008 Sep. 2009 Sep.2009 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 38 45 46 49 Air Conditioning Auto Flight Communications Electrical Power Equipment/Furnishings Fire Protection Flight Controls Fuel Hydraulic Power Ice and Rain Protection Indicating/Recording Systems Landing Gear Lights Navigation Oxygen Water/Waste Central Maintenance System Information Systems Airborne Auxiliary Power List of Effective Pages . 2008 Jul. 2008 Sep. 2009 Jul. 2008 Nov. 2008 Jul. 2008 Nov. 2007 Nov. 2009 Jul. 2009 Jul. 2009 Sep.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST ATA Chapter Number System Title Page/Backup Table of Contents Record of Revisions List of Effective Revisions List of Effective Pages Highlights of Changes Introduction Page Number(s) i and ii i i i and ii i through iii 1 through 10 1 through 23 1 through 7 1 through 11 1 through 8 1 through 6 1 through 5 1 through 12 1 through 14 1 through 4 1 through 12 1 through 3 1 1 through 7 1 through 36 1 through 6 1 through 4 1 1 through 4 1 and 2 Issue Date Jul. 2007 Page 1 Jul.

2008 Nov. 2007 Nov. 2008 Nov. 2008 Feb. 2007 Nov. 2007 Nov. 2007 Feb.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST ATA Chapter Number 52 56 73 74 77 78 79 80 System Doors Windows Engine Fuel & Control Ignition Engine Indicating Exhaust Oil Starting Page Number(s) 1 through 3 1 1 and 2 1 1 and 2 1 through 5 1 1 Issue Date Feb. 2007 List of Effective Pages Page 2 Jul.2009 .

of Maintenance Procedures column. Front matter updated for Revision A5. 28-20-3 28-20-4 28-20-5 28-20-7 28-22-1 1) Highlights of Changes Page i Jul. Abbreviation added to the list beginning on Page 4. of Maintenance Procedures column. Verbiage changed within a CAUTION for the ATA number listed. Changed expiration date for ATA number listed. Verbiage changed in step 3. Verbiage changed in step 3. Added (M) to Category. of Operational Procedures column. Front matter updated for Revision A5.2009 . Verbiage changed in step 3. Verbiage changed in step 1. placing appropriate Maintenance Procedures in that column. Changed expiration date for ATA number listed. of Operational Procedures column. List of Effective Revisions Front matter updated for Revision A5. of Operational Procedures column. Front matter updated for Revision A5. Reference for Pressure Refueling System Inactivation Procedure renumbered as Table 2. Changed expiration date for ATA number listed and changed comments provided. Verbiage changed in step 2. of Operational Procedures column. Verbiage changed on pages 1 and 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST ----- ATA Chapter Number System Front Matter Title Page/Backup Table of Contents Record of Revisions List of Effective Pages Highlights of Changes Introduction 23 23-60-1 23-60-2 27 27-20-2 27-60-3 28 28-20-1 Fuel Flight Controls Communications Change Description Front matter updated for Revision A5. Provided Table 1 reference for Fuel Booster Pump Deactivation procedure. Verbiage changed in step 2. Front matter updated for Revision A5. Placed Operational Procedures in the appropriate column.

due to new Table 1 introduction in ATA Chapter 28. Verbiage changed in step 3. Verbiage changed in step 1. Verbiage changed in Remarks and Exception column. Verbiage changed in step 2. Verbiage changed in Operational Procedures column. through 3. Operational Procedures step 2. Reference for table in step 2 of Maintenance Procedures renumbered as Table 2.Fuel Booster Pump Deactivation procedure added. 28-43-3 2) Verbiage changed in step 1. step b). of Maintenance Procedures column. Verbiage changed in various steps within Table 2. Verbiage changed in step 1. Verbiage changed in step 2. of Operational Procedures column. Verbiage changed in Remarks and Exception column. step b). Verbiage changed in step 1. moved into Maintenance Procedures column. of Operational Procedures column. and step 2. of Operational Procedures column. Verbiage changed in Operational Procedures column. Previous Tables 1 through 3 renumbered due to new Table 1 introduction into ATA Chapter 28. of Operational Procedures column. of Operational Procedures column. Verbiage changed in Remarks and Exception column. Highlights of Changes Page ii Jul.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST ATA Chapter Number System 28-22-1 2) 28-22-2 28-42-1 28-42-2 28-43-1 28-43-2 28-43-3 1) Change Description Verbiage changed in step 2. of Operational Procedures column.2009 . Verbiage changed in Operational Procedures column. Steps 1. in Operational Procedures column renumbered. Table 1 . 28-43-4 28-45-1 1) 28-45-1 2) Table 1 Tables 2 through 4 Table 2 Table 2 35 35-00-1 1) 35-00-1 2) Oxygen Procedures moved into Maintenance Procedures column and verbiage changed for steps. Verbiage changed in Remarks and Exception column. Verbiage changed in Remarks and Exception column. step b). Verbiage changed in Operational Procedures column. Reference at end of this table renumbered to Table 3. verbiage changed. of Operational Procedures column. step b). step b).

to Maintenance Procedures column. verbiage changed. and 2. and 4. added Operational Procedure statement about oxygen duration including the references to Table 1. Verbiage changed within steps 1. Operational Procedures steps 2. Highlights of Changes Page iii Jul. in Maintenance Procedures column. Table 1 also added at back of Chapter.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST ATA Chapter Number System 35-00-2 1) Change Description Added (M) Category in Remarks and Exceptions column. of Operational Procedures column. and 3.2009 . Added steps 1. Operational Procedures steps 3. 35-00-2 2) 35-00-3 35-20-1 Verbiage changed in Operational Procedures column. Verbiage changed in step 1. and 4.

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Many of these procedures were reviewed with the FAA-AEG to address specific issues when Revision 6 of the MMEL was developed. This document installs placards where it is essential to provide flight crew awareness of inoperative equipment. kits or publications that may be referenced in this manual without prior notice. The Interactive Maintenance Library (IML) contains selected Manuals in a digital format. The operator should place the appropriate Preamble from the FAA MMEL ahead of this section.2009 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 04-00-00 1. Parts purchased from sources other than those approved by Hawker Beechcraft Corporation. General This manual was prepared by Hawker Beechcraft Corporation to provide operators with Maintenance and Operational Procedures to use in association with the FAA Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL). All items in the current FAA MMEL are listed.hawkerbeechcraft.com. Introduction Page 1 Jul. The operator should be familiar with FAA AC91-67 and be aware that the operator is responsible for procedures used in the individual MEL. Operational procedures are to be performed by either or both flight crew members. Genuine Hawker Beechcraft Corporation parts are produced and inspected under rigorous procedures to insure airworthiness and suitability for use in Hawker Beechcraft Corporation airplane applications. servicing and maintenance of the airplane. Maintenance procedures may require the use of the applicable AMM and/or the Illustrated Parts Catalog (IPC) to aid in identification of location or supplement procedures provided.com. Additional publications are listed on the web at http://pubs. in the written Minimum Equipment List (MEL) for that operator. E-mail TMDC@hawkerbeechcraft.213. WARNING: Use only parts obtained from sources approved by Hawker Beechcraft Corporation. This manual is available as a single CD and is not included in IML. The M&O for Minimum Equipment List is prepared in accordance with the requirements of Air Transport Association (ATA) Specification 2200 with respect to the arrangement and content of the System/Chapters within the designated numbering system. For Information on these publications or to check subscription status. The operator may tailor entries that are not directly applicable before obtaining authorization from the FAA for an airplane-specific MEL. Maintenance procedures are for certified mechanics. part numbers. Some procedures can be performed by an “appropriately trained crew member” when approved by the regulatory authority. may not have the required tests A. Numerous procedures were copied from the existing Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM) to develop this M&O so operators would have necessary requirements for their MEL under 14 CFR 91. fax (316) 671-2540. INFORMATION NOTE: Reissues or revisions are automatically provided to the subscription holder of this manual. contact the Technical Manual Distribution Center (TMDC) at 1-800-796-2665 or (316) 676-8238. cancel and/or declare obsolete any parts. Individual procedures may include application of appropriate placards. It shall be the responsibility of the owner/operator to make sure that the latest revision of the publications referenced in this manual are utilized during operation. Hawker Beechcraft Corporation expressly reserves the right to supersede. in connection with the maintenance and repair of Hawker Beechcraft Corporation airplanes. even though outwardly identical in appearance.

failures. Hawker Beechcraft Corporation expressly disclaims any responsibility for malfunctions. At or prior to disassembly. electrical connectors or wiring requires identification of each side of the component being disconnected to facilitate correct reassembly. Normal Revisions Normal Revisions to this manual are issued to provide changes to information. damage or injury caused by use of parts not approved by the Hawker Beechcraft Corporation. plumbing. Revised Text That portion of text which has been revised by the addition of. components should be color coded. D. WARNING: Any maintenance requiring the disconnection and reconnection of flight control cables. This may render the part. After reconnection of any component. Salvaged airplane parts. punctuation and/or information is denoted by a solid revision bar adjacent to the textual column in the margin of this paragraph. The serial number appears on the model designation placard. reworked parts obtained from sources not approved by the Hawker Beechcraft Corporation or parts. may have been subjected to unacceptable stresses or temperatures or have other hidden damage. C. Each revised page will ONLY show revision bars for text changed by the revision. 1. even though originally manufactured by the Hawker Beechcraft Corporation.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST and inspections performed. B. components or structural assemblies.2009 . and may be dangerous when installed in an airplane. component or structural assembly. tagged or properly identified in a way that it will be obvious how to correctly reconnect the components. Introduction Page 2 Jul. Correspondence If a question should arise concerning the care of your airplane. it is important to include the airplane serial number in any correspondence. CD-ROM Revision Normal revised text on the CD-ROM will be denoted by a solid revision bar adjacent to the text. not discernible through routine visual or usual nondestructive testing techniques. the service history of which is unknown or cannot be authenticated. Each page will ONLY show revision bars for punctuation and/or text changed by the current revision. There will not be a revision bar if text was deleted from the page. Refer to Chapter 11 of the IPC for placard location. That date printed on the bottom of each page indicates when the information on that page was changed. unsuitable and unsafe for airplane use. or a change in. remove all identification tags. This document is not published in a paper format. Check all associated systems for correct function prior to returning the airplane to service. Each page may or may not have revision bars. may be different in fabrication techniques and materials.

List of Effective Pages The List of Effective Pages follows the List of Effective Revisions and lists all pages currently effective for the manual.Brings attention to an operating procedure. which is essential to highlight. and Notes • D. G. C. B. could result in personal injury or loss of life. inspection. List of Effective Revisions The List of Effective Revisions follows the Record of Revisions and lists any revision(s) currently effective for the manual. WARNING . which if not strictly observed. When a revision is inserted. the revision number. inspection or maintenance practice. and the initials of the person(s) inserting the revision should be recorded on this page. HOW TO USE THE MANUAL A.Brings attention to an operating procedure. H. and it has instructions on how to use this manual.2009 . could result in damage or destruction of equipment. unless specifically stated otherwise. Introduction This section contains general and specific information on the contents of this manual. inspection. Cautions. The List of Effective Pages includes page effectivity for the Title Page(s). Introduction Page 3 Jul. Table of Contents The Table of Contents is arranged by ATA Chapter Numbers and follows the Title Page(s). repair or maintenance condition. CAUTION . the date the revision is inserted into the manual. Chapter Data Chapter Data pages provide specific information for the ATA chapter topic listed. Title Page A Title Page located at the beginning of the manual provides the part number of the manual and lists the aircraft models applicable. Information throughout this manual applies to all Hawker 125 (Series 1 Through 900XP) models. Warnings. repair or maintenance condition. Highlights of Changes The Highlights of Changes page(s) describe the changes made in the latest manual revision. NOTE . • • F.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST E. 2. and the Introduction pages. Record of Revisions The Record of Revisions follows the Table of Contents. MANUAL LAYOUT A. E.Brings attention to an operating procedure. which if not correctly followed. Front Matter pages. 3. ATA Subject Matter Assignment The contents of this manual are organized into one level for the ATA System/Chapter.

Thus. the person wishing information concerning the electrical system.2009 .ELECTRICAL POWER. depending on the manual usage and/or location.” 4. Application Any publication conforming to the ATA format will use the same basic numbering system. would refer to the System/Chapter Tab “24 . Also items using the same terminology may have more than one abbreviation. ABBREVIATIONS NOTE: Items which are placarded on the aircraft may or may not be listed in the abbreviations table within this section. whether the manual is a Maintenance Manual or a Wiring Diagram Manual.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST B. Commonly used abbreviations within this manual are contained in the following listing: Terminology Above Ground Level Actuator Air Conditioner Air Data Computer Air Position Indicator Air Traffic Control Air Transport Association Aircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System Air Position Indicator Air Traffic Control Air Transport Association Aircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System Aircraft Flight Manual Aircraft Maintenance Manual Alternate Alternating Current Alternator Altitude Altitude Heading Reference System Abbreviation AGL ACTR AC ADC API ATC ATA ACARS API ATC ATA ACARS AFM AMM ALTN AC ALTNR ALT AHRS Introduction Page 4 Jul.

HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Terminology Ampere Annunciator Area Navigation Assembly Automatic Automatic Direction FInding Automatic External Defibrillator Automatic Performance Reserve Autopilot Auxiliary Auxiliary Power Unit Battery Beacon Bearing Distance Indicator Brake Bulkhead Celsius or Centigrade Center Chapter Circuit Breaker Circuit Card Assembly Cockpit Voice Recorder Code of Federal Regulations Communications Compartment Condenser Configuration Connector Abbreviation AMP or Amp ANNUN RNAV ASSY AUTO ADF AED APR A/P AUX APU BATT BCN BDI BRK BLKHD C CTR CHAPT CB CCA CVR CFR COMM COMPT COND CONFIG CONN Introduction Page 5 Jul.2009 .

HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Terminology Control Control Display Unit Cursor Control Panel Direct Current Display Processor Unit Electronic Attitude Display Indicator Electronic Flight Bag Electronic Flight Information System Emergency Emergency AC Bus Emergency DC Bus Emergency Medical Kit Engine Exhaust Gas Temperature External Baggage Compartment File Server Unit First Aid Kit Flight Flight Data Recorder Flight Deck Flight Guidance Computer Flight Management System Forward Forward Looking Terrain Avoidance Fuel Management System Fuselage Fuselage Station Generator Abbreviation CONT or CTL CDU CCP DC DPU DPU EFB EFIS EMERG, EMRG, or EMRGY XE PE EMK ENG EGT EBC FSU FAK FLT FDR F/DK FGC FMS FWD FLTA FMS FUS FS GEN

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Terminology Global Positioning System Go Around Governor Ground Ground Proximity Warning System Heater Hertz High High Frequency Horizontal Hydraulic In Accordance With Illustrated Parts Catalog Indicated Mach Number Inertial Navigation System Inertial Reference System Inertial Reference Unit Inoperative Interactive Maintenance Library Interstage Turbine Temperature Instrument Flight Rules Instrument Landing System Integrated Flight Information System Jet Pipe Temperature Lateral Navigation Lavatory Left Left Hand Abbreviation GPS GA GOV GND GPWS HTR Hz or HZ HI HF HORIZ HYD IAW IPC IMN INS IRS IRU INOP IML ITT IFR ILS IFIS JPT LNAV LAV L LH

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Terminology Light Emitting Diode Liquid Crystal Display Low Main Air Valve Main Landing Gear Maintenance Master Minimum Equipment List Maximum Operating Limit Speed Mean Sea Level MIcrowave Landing System Millimeters Minimum Control Speed Minimum Equipment List Multi-Function Display Multi-Function Processor Unit Navigation Non-Essential Equipment & Furnishings Nickel Cadmium Nose Landing Gear Normal Temperature Pressure Dry Operational Outside Air Temperature Overflow Overhead Overheat Passenger Address Pounds per Square Inch Pounds per Square Inch Dial Abbreviation LED LCD LO MAV MLG M MMEL VMO MSL MLS mm or MM VMC MEL MFD MFPU NAV NEF NiCad NLG NTPD O OAT O’FLOW OVRD OVH PA PSI PSID or psid

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Terminology Pounds per Square Inch Gauge Premature Descent Alert Pressurization Primary Flight Display Protection Radio Tuning Unit Radio Management Unit Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum Refrigeration Unit Bypass Valve Resolution Advisory Right Right Hand Runway Awareness & Advisory System Satellite Communications Selective Call System Standby Inverter Static Air Temperature Synchronization Symbol Generator Unit Tactical Air Navigation Total Air Temperature Touch Control Steering Traffic Advisory Transponder Ultra High Frequency Valve Very High Frequency VHF Omnidirectional Radio Range Abbreviation PSIG or psig PDA PRESSN PFD PROT RTU RMU RVSM RBV RA R RH RAAW SATCOM SELCAL STBY INV SAT SYNC or synch SGU TACAN TAT TCS TA TDR UHF VLV VHF VOR

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Terminology Visual Flight Rules Weather Radar Abbreviation VFR WX Introduction Page 10 Jul.2009 .

in the closed position. Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) One may be inoperative for pressurized flight provided: a) Valve is secured closed. C 2 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Both valves are secured closed. Verify affected valve With engines running. 2. Pull and collar the affected MAIN AIR VLV circuit breaker. and stow.Revision No: 8a . Disconnect electrical connector from valve. 2. and f) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with.AIR CONDITIONING Page 1 Sep. 3.Air Conditioning 10-1 Engine Main Air Valves C 2 1 Repair Category 2. 1.08/01/2008 1. Pull and collar the affected MAIN AIR VLV circuit breaker. Visually confirm valve Reference Table 1. airflow is present. 3. Disconnect electrical connectors from valves. d) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration. bag. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.2008 . e) Aircraft is operated at or below 15. and b) Flight Deck Heat Valve System is operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4. SYSTEM. and stow. 21 . c) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Chapter 21---Air Conditioning 22222222222222222222222222222 Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . select AUX mechanical indicator arm is HEAT (F/DK VLV) and confirm that secured closed. b) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. bag.000 feet MSL. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . Configure mechanical indicator arms are Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight.

With engines running and APU OFF.Air Conditioning 10-2 Engine Main Air Valve Position Indicators C 2 1 Repair Category 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Confirm that airflow is present with valve OPEN and that flow stops when valve is closed.Revision No: 8a . SYSTEM. Sequentially select L & R Main Air Valves OPEN and CLOSED. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . associated indicator illuminates while valve is OPEN. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES With engines running and APU OFF. 1. 2.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. Confirm that airflow is present with valve OPEN. Number Installed 3.2008 . and that flow stops when valve is closed.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .AIR CONDITIONING Page 2 Sep. 1. 2. C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided indicator associated with the operative main engine air valve is operative. Select operative Main Air Valve OPEN and CLOSED. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided both engine main air valves are operative. 21 .

Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight. in the closed position. d) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration. and f) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Pull and collar the affected MAIN AIR VLV circuit breaker 3.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. c) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN. 21 .Air Conditioning C 2 0 Repair Category 2. e) Aircraft is operated at or below 15.AIR CONDITIONING Page 3 Sep.Revision No: 8a .2008 . b) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. e) Aircraft is operated at or below 15. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . Visually confirm both valve Reference Table 1. Disconnect electrical connectors from both valves. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. bag. Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Both valves are secured closed. Configure mechanical indicator arms are Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight. SYSTEM. 10-3 Refrigeration Unit System/ Air Cycle Machine C 1 0 Reference Table 1. and stow. b) Both MAIN AIR VALVES are selected CLOSED.000 feet MSL. d) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Number Installed 3.000 feet MSL. c) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN. and f) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.

and 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 10-5 *** C - 0 10-6 1) 2) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Left Hand (LH) or Right Hand (RH) Cabin Floor Valve is verified operative. SYSTEM. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided windscreen heating system is operative.2008 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. Confirm airflow from Cabin Floor Vent. Number Installed 3.AIR CONDITIONING Page 4 Sep. Select Cabin Floor Valve OPEN. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . With APU AIR ON or MAV open (engines running) 1.Revision No: 8a .08/01/2008 (Continued) 1.Air Conditioning 10-4 Footwarmer and Windscreen Demister valve Cockpit Ventilation Hawker (Excluding aircraft equipped with Collins Pro Line 21 Avionics) Cabin Flood Valve Two-Way Cabin Flood Valve (Aircraft without Cabin Floor Valves) Cabin Flood Valve (Aircraft with Cabin Floor Valves) C 1 0 C 1 0 Repair Category 2. 21 .

21 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Reference Table 1. 3.Air Conditioning C 1 0 Repair Category 2. b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN.Revision No: 8a .000 feet MSL. and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. Pull and collar the RAM AIR VLV circuit breaker. Operate Dump Valve OPEN and CLOSED. Locate RAM AIR VALVE Operate Dump Valve OPEN and circuit breaker on DA-A Panel. 10-7 Ram Air Shut-Off Valve C 1 0 1. (M) (O) May be inoperative for pressurized flight provided: a) Valve is secured fully closed. SYSTEM. 4. c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. Install INOP placard adjacent to shutoff valve lever.AIR CONDITIONING Page 5 Sep. and b) Dump Valve is operative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight. CLOSED 2.2008 . Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Number Installed 3.

and b) Pannier heating is selected OFF. • Verify valve is closed by valve position indicator. Revision 5. 1. valve(s) may be blanked. 5. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . 10-10 Overhead Air Flow Distribution Vents (Punkah Louvers) 21 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES NOTE Refer to AMM 21-10-205 page 401. Number Required for Dispatch 4. identify and remove F5 fuse. 2. 3. Number Installed 3.2008 . OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 10-9 Refrigeration Unit Bypass Valve (RBV) D 0 Moved to 21-60-7.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Install INOP placard adjacent to PANNIER HEAT switch. SYSTEM. Locate Inlet Shut-off Valve. If either valve position indicator does not indicate CLOSED.Revision No: 8a . NOTE: Bolt length may need to be increased. 4.050” 2024-T3 Clad aluminum. Remarks and Exceptions (M) May be inoperative provided: a) Inlet and outlet valves are verified closed.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. • Verify valve is closed by valve position indicator.Air Conditioning 10-8 *** Rear Baggage Pannier Heating System C 1 0 Repair Category 2. On panel DA-H.AIR CONDITIONING Page 6 Sep. Locate Outlet Shut-off Valve. • Fabricate blanking plate to match 25-8VF405-1 gasket using 0. • Install plate with two gaskets between valve and Pannier.

Number Required for Dispatch 4. With APU AIR ON or MAV open (engines running). confirm indicator for position change. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Cabin Flood Valve is verified operative. Open and close Floor Valves. 800XP.2008 . 21 . 800A. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight.Air Conditioning 10-11 Cabin Floor Valves C C 2 2 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Cabin Flood Valve is verified operative. Number Installed 3. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . Select Cabin Flood Valve OPEN. SYSTEM. and b) Cabin Floor Valve Indicator is verified operative.000 feet MSL. Confirm airflow from Cabin Flood Vent Reference Table 1. d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15. 850XP and 900XP) C 1 0 1. 1. and 2.AIR CONDITIONING Page 7 Sep. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. Repair Category 2. 2. b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN. Confirm Flood Valve control by cycling open and close. and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. 10-12 Cabin Flood Valve Indicator (Series 750. c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration. check audibly for change in flow.Revision No: 8a .08/01/2008 (Continued) 1.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .

Confirm operation of Cabin Floor Valve. c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration. 2. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight. Number Installed 3. C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. 21 . and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with.Air Conditioning C 1 0 Repair Category 2. 1. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15.2008 .08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Cabin Floor Valve is verified operative. and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN. c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.000 feet MSL. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . SYSTEM. b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN. Reference Table 1.000 feet MSL. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . Confirm Flood Valve operation and indication by listening for flow change and observing Flood Valve Indicator. 10-13 Cabin Floor Valve Indicator C 1 0 With either APU or main engine air.AIR CONDITIONING Page 8 Sep. and b) Cabin Flood Valve Indicator is verified operative.Revision No: 8a . Number Required for Dispatch 4. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Reference Table 1. d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15.

21 .AIR CONDITIONING Page 9 Sep.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1.Air Conditioning 10-14 Flow Control Valve (Series 1 Through 800. Number Required for Dispatch 4.Revision No: 8a .2008 . SYSTEM.000 feet MSL. and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Reference Table 1. except 750) C 1 0 Repair Category 2. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . Number Installed 3. b) Dump Valve is selected OPEN. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air Valve is verified operative prior to each departure. d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15.

HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .Air Conditioning 10-15 High Pressure (HP) Air Valve (With TFE-731 Engines Only) C 2 1 Repair Category 2. SYSTEM. associated indicator illuminates while valve is OPEN. b) Cockpit auxiliary heating system verified operative. select AUX HEAT and confirm that airflow is present. • Select Main Air Valve on affected side OPEN and CLOSED. and that flow stops when valve is closed. Number Required for Dispatch 4. and c) Flight is conducted at or below FL 250. Number Installed 3. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Affected Main Air Valve is verified closed. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.2008 .AIR CONDITIONING Page 10 Sep. Conduct flight at or below FL 250.Revision No: 8a . With the engines running and APU off. Note Special attention should be given to planning low altitude flights.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. 2. • Confirm airflow is present with valve OPEN. With engines running. 21 . 3.

850XP. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Reference Table 1. c) Before each departure. and 750) C 1 0 Reference Table 1. 21 .000 feet MSL.AIR CONDITIONING Page 11 Sep. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight. SYSTEM.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Number Installed 3. DUMP VLV is selected OPEN. c) RH Main Air Valve is selected CLOSED.Revision No: 8a . e) Aircraft is operated at or below 15. b) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. b) Dump Valve is selected OPEN. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air Valve is verified operative prior to each departure. C-29A. d) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration. e) Aircraft is operated at or below 15. Number Required for Dispatch 4.2008 . Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . 10-16 Pressure Regulating Shutoff valve (PRSOV) (Series 800XP. and f) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. and f) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with.Air Conditioning C 2 0 Repair Category 2.000 feet MSL.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. 900XP. d) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Both MAIN AIR VALVES are verified closed.

20-3 Flight Deck Recirculating Fan (s) Mixing Valves (TFE 731 Engine Only) C 0 Repair Category 2. Relocated to 34-70-12.AIR CONDITIONING Page 12 Sep. SYSTEM. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 20-4 C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided Main Air Valve is operated LP ON only. NOTE Special attention should be given to planning low altitude flights.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Operate at or below FL250.000 feet MSL. d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4. c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration. revision 5. Number Installed 3. C 2 0 21-1 Nose Compartment Ventilation System 21 . Reference Table 1. b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 .Revision No: 8a .Air Conditioning 20-1 20-2 Cabin Recirculating Fan Flight Deck Heat Valve/ Auxiliary Heating Valve C C 1 1 0 0 (O) May be inoperative closed provided flight is conducted at or below FL 250. and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with.2008 . Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight.

1. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 .000 feet MSL. and b) Cabin altitude aural warning is operative. Note Special attention should be given to planning low altitude flights.Air Conditioning 30-1 Cabin Altitude Warning Light/ Annunciator C 1 0 Repair Category 2. Confirm that cabin altimeter is operative. Confirm that cabin altimeter is operative. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Cabin altimeter is operative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Cabin altimeter is operative.Revision No: 8a . Cabin Altitude Warning Annunciator / light is operative. Confirm that cabin altitude Warning Annunciator light is operative. NOTE Special attention should be given to planning low altitude flights.2008 .000 feet MSL. (O) May be inoperative provided aircraft is operate at or below 10. C 1 0 21 . Operate at or below 10. and 2.000 feet MSL.000 feet MSL. Number Installed 3. and 2. Operate at or below 10. SYSTEM. and 2. C 1 0 30-2 Cabin Altitude Aural Warning C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Confirm that cabin altitude aural warning is operative. (O) May be inoperative provided aircraft is operated at or below 10.AIR CONDITIONING Page 13 Sep.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1.

Air Conditioning 30-3 Automatic Cabin Pressure Controller C 1 0 Repair Category 2. Differential Pressure and Cabin Rate of Climb indicators are operative. Confirm normal operation of cabin altitude. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Manual pressure control system is operative.Revision No: 8a .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Number Installed 3. • Return Pressurization Control to NORMAL and PRESSN AUTO. 2.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. Confirm manual pressurization control is operative with cabin door closed and either engine or APU air ON: • Select PRESSN OVRD on roof panel. • Select Pressurization Control to GROUND TEST position. and cabin rate of climb indications.AIR CONDITIONING Page 14 Sep. • Operate Manual Cabin Altitude Control knob to increase and decrease cabin pressure. • Select Cabin Alt Control knob fully counterclockwise. b) Cabin altitude. 21 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. differential pressure.2008 . SYSTEM.

d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15.Air Conditioning C 1 0 Repair Category 2. 30-4 Fan Operated Venturi C 1 0 WARNING Do not open the Main Entry Door before the aircraft cabin is depressurized. 21 . and 3.000 feet MSL. c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration. SYSTEM. Dump Valve is verified operative. DUMP VLV is selected OPEN for Takeoff and Landing MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Reference Table 1.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. Number Installed 3.AIR CONDITIONING Page 15 Sep.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .Revision No: 8a . b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN. (O) May be inoperative provided: 1. and 2.2008 . DUMP VLV is selected OPEN for all ground operations. Number Required for Dispatch 4. and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. Confirm cabin is depressurized before Main Entry Door is opened by either opening Cockpit C-Panel or selecting DUMP VLV fully OPEN. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 .

and c) A chart is provided to the flight crew to convert cabin differential pressure to cabin altitude. Confirm Cabin Differential Pressure Indicator is operative.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1.Air Conditioning 30-5 Outflow / Safety Valves C 2 0 Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. and b) Cabin Rate of Climb Indicator is operative. SYSTEM. c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration. Number Required for Dispatch 4.000 feet MSL.2008 . b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Reference Table 1. 30-6 Cabin Pressure Instruments (Triple Indicator or Separate Indicators) Cabin Altitude Indicator C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: Reference Table 2. 2. and 3.AIR CONDITIONING Page 16 Sep. Aircraft Altitude a) Cabin Differential Pressure Versus Cabin Altitude. Confirm Cabin Rate of Climb Indicator is operative. Use a chart to convert cabin differential pressure to cabin altitude. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight.Revision No: 8a . and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . Indicator is operative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 1) 21 . Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15.

000 feet MSL. 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 .Revision No: 8a . Reference Table 2.Air Conditioning C 1 0 Repair Category 2.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. Cabin Rate of Climb Indicator is operative. and 2. SYSTEM. and 3. A chart is provided to the flight crew to convert cabin altitude to cabin differential pressure. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. operative. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight. 2) Cabin Differential Pressure Indicator C 1 0 1. Aircraft Altitude 1. (O) May be inoperative provided. and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. and 3.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Use a chart to convert cabin altitude to cabin differential pressure.2008 . d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15. Cabin Altitude Indicator is Versus Cabin Altitude.AIR CONDITIONING Page 17 Sep. Confirm that Cabin Altitude Indicator is operative. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Reference Table 1. c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration. Number Installed 3. b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN. Confirm that Cabin Rate of Climb Indicator is operative. 21 .

c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration. and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15. and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15.Revision No: 8a . Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight. Number Required for Dispatch 4. b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day.000 feet MSL.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. (O) May be inoperative provided all remaining cabin pressure instruments and functions of the pressurization system are operative.Air Conditioning C 1 0 Repair Category 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Reference Table 1. c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.2008 .000 feet MSL.AIR CONDITIONING Page 18 Sep. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN. SYSTEM. Number Installed 3. 21 . Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . C 1 0 Reference Table 1. 3) Cabin Rate of Climb Indicator C 1 0 Confirm all remaining functions and instruments of the Cabin Pressurization System Instruments are operative.

b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN.2008 2) Manual C 1 0 21 . Number Installed 3. revision 5 C 0 (O) May be inoperative provided cabin ambient temperature remains suitable for equipment cooling. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.Air Conditioning 30-7 Automatic Pressure Regulators C 2 0 Repair Category 2. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight. SYSTEM. (O) May be inoperative provided the automatic control system is operative.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1.AIR CONDITIONING . With engines running. 30-9 50-1 *** Flow Control Valve Auxiliary Cooling Pack 60-1 Temperature Control System 1) Automatic C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided the manual control system is operative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Page 19 Sep. confirm that conditioned air temperature responds to automatic temperature control changes.Revision No: 8a . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Reference Table 1. d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15. With engines running. confirm that conditioned air temperature responds to manual temperature control changes. Moved to 21-10-14. and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with.000 feet MSL. Periodically confirm with passengers that cooling is suitable.

Revision No: 8a . SYSTEM. Renamed reformatted.2008 . 60-6 21 .Air Conditioning 60-2 60-3 Cabin Temperature Indicator Cabin Duct Temperature Indicator Turbine Unit Bypass valve (Series 1 through 800) / Low Limit Temp Control Valve (Series 750. 850XP & 900XP) C C 1 1 0 0 Repair Category 2. c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4. revision 5 Reference Table 1. confirm that conditioned air temperature responds to temperature control changes. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 60-4 C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight.000 feet MSL.AIR CONDITIONING Page 20 Sep. (O) May be inoperative provided temperature control system is operative from the cockpit. Number Installed 3. and moved to 21-10-6. b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. 800XP. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . 60-5 Cabin / VIP Temperature Control Switch Cabin Flood Control Valve / Flood Flow Valve D - 0 With engines running. d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15.

000 feet MSL. 800XP.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .Revision No: 8a . SYSTEM. c) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration.AIR CONDITIONING Page 21 Sep. Number Installed 3. 850XP& 900XP) 1 0 Repair Category 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Reference Table 1. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight.2008 . 21 .08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. Remarks and Exceptions (0)May be inoperative provided: a) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before first flight of the day. and e) Applicable Oxygen requirements are established and complied with. Sequence Numbers & Item 21 . d) Aircraft is operated at or below 15. b) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN.Air Conditioning 60-7 Refrigeration Unit C Bypass Valve (RBV) (Series1 through 800) / Cabin Temperature Control Valve (Series 750. Number Required for Dispatch 4.

Operate at or below 15. The Passenger Supply Valve may be selected closed to prevent passenger oxygen mask deployment. Prior to the first flight of the day and before engine and APU start. & 60-7 Item Stated in each listed paragraph OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Perform the following steps for unpressurized low-level flight: 1. confirm Ram Air and Dump Valves are operative. Note Special attention should be given to planning low altitude flights. 10-14.157. 4.2008 .211 or FAR 135. 3.89 and FAR 135. 30-5. 10-1. 10-6-2. Configure the aircraft for unpressurized flight: • • Select DUMP VLV fully OPEN.Air Conditioning Chapter 21 Para. 2. 30-7. Ram Air Valve movement can be heard from Rear Equipment Bay when DUMP VALVE OPEN is selected. 10-15. Passenger Oxygen Masks will deploy automatically when the cabin altitude reaches 12. 60-4. 20-4.500 feet. F/DK VLV positioned as required. 30-3.000 feet MSL +/. 10-12. 10-3. 30-6-2.000 feet MSL. Comply with FAR 91. 21 . 10-11.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 1 Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight 21 . 30-6-1.AIR CONDITIONING Page 22 Sep. 10-13. provided the aircraft is operated at or below 10. 10-2.000 feet MSL or the passenger cabin has no occupants. 10-16. 30-6-3.

605 14.875 28.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 2 Aircraft Altitude Versus Cabin Altitude Cabin Altitude (feet) Aircraft Altitude (feet) 41.980 21.390 4.710 8.725 4.625 13.2008 .375 3.575 20.350 6.700 9.000 15.470 6.230 21 .430 1.045 5.6 psid 7.AIR CONDITIONING Page 23 Sep.000 30.785 11.525 8.250 24.525 4 psid 20.735 3.000 25.410 17.120 17.000 35.120 13.870 765 8 psid 8.860 6 psid 14.785 8.000 2 Pounds per square inch dial (psid) 28.000 20.000 40.705 2.650 9.750 11.345 7.

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AUTO FLIGHT 10-1 Autopilot System(s) C 1 Repair Category 2. Disengage autopilot at or above initial approach altitude. Number Installed 3. SYSTEM. NOTE Any operative autopilot mode may be used. Sequence Numbers & Item 22 .Revision No: 8a.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 22---Auto Flight Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .500 feet AGL. May be inoperative provided enroute operations and / or approach minimums do not require autopilot use. NOTE RVSM is not authorized. Number Required for Dispatch 4. NOTE Any operative autopilot mode may be used. b) Approach minimums do not require use of autopilot.AUTO FLIGHT Page 1 Sep. and b) Approach minimums do not require the use of the autopilot. NOTE RVSM is not authorized. 10-2 Autopilot Control Yoke Disengage Switches C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is not used below 1.2008 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Plan flight to ensure that: a) Operations do not require dual autopilot use. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided operations do not require dual autopilot use. Plan flight to ensure that: a) Enroute operations do not require use of autopilot.08/01/2008 1. B - 0 22 .

and b) All remaining A/P disengagement alerts are operative. and b) Enroute operations and/or approach minimums do not require autopilot use. Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Number Installed 3. NOTE RVSM is not authorized.AUTO FLIGHT Page 2 Sep. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES B - 0 10-4 Yaw Damper / Autopilot Disconnect Switch on Autopilot Controller Panel C 1 0 22 . May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is not used. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is not used.08/01/2008 1. May be inoperative provided both Autopilot Control Yoke Disengage Switches are operative. and b) Enroute operations and / or approach minimums do not require autopilot use. SYSTEM.2008 .AUTO FLIGHT B 2 0 Repair Category 2.Revision No: 8a. 10-3 Autopilot Disconnect Annunciator Lights (Except Collins Pro Line21 Equipped Aircraft) C 0 May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is not used below 1500 feet AGL. Sequence Numbers & Item 22 .

08/01/2008 1. • Disengage autopilot. 2. • Release switch (OFF). Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Before each departure.2008 .AUTO FLIGHT Page 3 Sep. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Number Installed 3. 10-6 Go Around (GA) Switches C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided approach minimums do not require its use. Prior to takeoff perform the following: • Engage Autopilot. • Press (ON) TCS button on either pilot control wheel and confirm servo clutches are disengaged (no resistance to hand/foot input).Revision No: 8a.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . and b) Enroute operations and / or approach minimums do not require autopilot use.AUTO FLIGHT 10-5 *** Touch Control Steering (TCS) (Honeywell Equipped Aircraft Only) C 2 0 Repair Category 2. SYSTEM. 22 . B 2 0 May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is considered inoperative and not used. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. and b) TCS is not used. Sequence Numbers & Item 22 . confirm servo clutches remain disengaged. Do not use TCS. TCS is verified to be OFF. NOTE RVSM is not authorized.

(O) One may be inoperative provided Autopilot Controller is operative. Sequence Numbers & Item 22 . Do not use Yaw Damper or Autopilot.Revision No: 8a. 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4.08/01/2008 1. Disengage autopilot at or above 500 feet AGL. confirm normal operation of the autopilot controller. b) Autopilot is not used. and c) Rudder Pedals have normal freedom of movement.2008 . SYSTEM. review missed approach procedures. Prior to each departure. 3. 1. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Yaw Damper is not used.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 10-7 Control Yoke Pitch / Roll Switches (Collins APS-85 Equipped Aircraft Only) A/P Flap Annunciator(s) (Honeywell Equipped Aircraft Only) C 2 1 10-8 C - 1 C - 0 May be inoperative provided autopilot and flight director are not used with flaps extended. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is not used for approach below 500 feet AGL. Prior to each flight. NOTE RVSM is not authorized.AUTO FLIGHT C 2 0 Repair Category 2. 20-1 Yaw Damper System B 1 0 22 . 2. and b) Alternate procedures are established and used. Select 12° pitch when a go-around is required. Confirm Rudder Pedal movement is free.AUTO FLIGHT Page 4 Sep. Number Installed 3.

AUTO FLIGHT 20-2 Aileron Out-of – Trim Annunciators (Honeywell-Equipp ed Series 800 and 800XP Aircraft Only) C 2 1 Repair Category 2. 22 . Sequence Numbers & Item 22 . NOTE RVSM is not authorized.AUTO FLIGHT Page 5 Sep.08/01/2008 1.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . and b) Enroute operations and/or approach minimums do not require autopilot use. SYSTEM.Revision No: 8a. NOTE RVSM is not authorized. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4.2008 . and b) Enroute operations and/or approach minimums do not require autopilot use. 20-3 Elevator Out-of – Trim Annunciators (Honeywell-Equipp ed Series 800 and 800XP Aircraft Only) C 2 1 B 2 0 May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is not used. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES B 2 0 May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is not used.

20-6 Autopilot Elevator Trim Indicator (Series 1 through 700 Only) B 1 0 May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is not used. NOTE RVSM is not authorized. Sequence Numbers & Item 22 . and b) Enroute operations and/or approach minimums do not require autopilot use. and b) Enroute operations and/or approach minimums do not require autopilot use. and b) Enroute operations and/or approach minimums do not require autopilot use.2008 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .08/01/2008 1.AUTO FLIGHT Page 6 Sep.AUTO FLIGHT 20-4 Autopilot Trim Annunciators (Collins APS-85 Equipped Aircraft Only) B 2 0 Repair Category 2. 20-5 Autopilot Aileron Trim Indicator (Series 1 through 700 Only) B 1 0 May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is not used. Number Required for Dispatch 4. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 22 . NOTE RVSM is not authorized. NOTE RVSM is not authorized.Revision No: 8a. Number Installed 3. SYSTEM. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is not used.

and b) Enroute operations and/or approach minimums do not require autopilot use. b) Enroute operations and/or approach minimums do not require autopilot/guidance controller use. • Approach minimums do not require use of autopilot. For 750. Sequence Numbers & Item 22 . and c) For 750. 0.AUTO FLIGHT 20-7 Guidance Controller (Honeywell SPZ-8000 and Collins APS-85 and Collins Pro Line 21 Equipped Aircraft) B 1 0 Repair Category 2. NOTE RVSM is not authorized. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is considered inoperative. Plan flight to ensure that: • Enroute operations do not require use of autopilot. 800XP.Revision No: 8a. 20-8 20-9 Mach Trim System Mode Select Panel B 0 This item moved to ATA 27-30-5.2008 . NOTE Autopilot and yaw damper will not be available. 800XP. 850XP and 900XP aircraft.08/01/2008 1. NOTE Autopilot and yaw damper will not be available. Number Installed 3. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.73 IMN is not exceeded unless Mach Trim is operative. 2. SYSTEM. 0. NOTE RVSM is not authorized. 22 .73 IMN limitation is not exceeded unless Mach Trim is operative. 850XP and 900XP aircraft.AUTO FLIGHT Page 7 Sep. Revision 5 May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot is not in use.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 23---Communications Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .05/21/2009 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 23 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Any in excess of those required by FAR may be inoperative provided they are not powered by the XE or PE Bus and are not required for emergency procedures. b) Remaining RMU/RTU is operative.Communications 05-1 RMU’S/RTU’s C 2 1 Repair Category 2.COMMUNICATIONS Page 1 Jul. 2. Number Installed 3. 3.2009 . or equivalent and is not required to accomplish Emergency Procedures. Confirm operative RMU/RTU functionality. 10-1 Communications System (VHF. Confirm that inoperative RMU is not powered by PE Bus. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Inoperative Unit is not powered by an Emergency Bus. and c) Alternate procedures are established and used. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Crew will establish and coordinate using alternative procedures. SYSTEM. UHF) D - - 1) VHF Comm Control Panels (Except RMU/RTU or Pro Line 21 Equipped Aircraft) Frequency Transfer Light Frequency Transfer Switch Frequency Selector Knob Frequency Indication C C C C 0 0 2 2 a) b) c) d) 23 .Revision No: 8b.

Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Revision 6. Number Installed 3. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 10-3 Standby Nav / Com Controller (Clearance Delivery Unit) 23 .Communications 2) 10-2 HF Communication System Audio Control panels C 2 Repair Category 2. 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 23 . Deleted. Coordinate with affected user(s) for procedures to be used.2009 .Revision No: 8b. SYSTEM. Place INOP placard on or adjacent to affected panel(s).COMMUNICATIONS Page 2 Jul. 2. Remarks and Exceptions Moved to 10-4.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1. Revision 7 (O) Any in excess of those required at pilot and copilot’s seat positions may be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used.

05/21/2009 (Continued) 1. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative while conducting operations that require two LRCS provided: a) SATCOM Voice Data Link system is operative. prior coordination with the appropriate ATS facility is required. Confirm that remaining HF COMM system is operative. Prior to flight. (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used.2009 . Confirm that SATCOM Data link is operative. 3.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .Revision No: 8b. D - 0 23 .Communications 10-4 *** HF Communication System C 1 Repair Category 2.COMMUNICATIONS Page 3 Jul. d) If INMARSAT Codes are not available while using SATCOM voice. NOTE SATCOM is to be used only as a backup to normal communications unless otherwise authorized by the appropriate ATS facilities. Sequence Numbers & Item 23 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. D 20-1 *** SELCAL C 0 Any in excess of those by FAR may be inoperative. confirm that SATCOM Data link service is available for intended route of flight. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. SYSTEM. c) SATCOM coverage is available over the intended route of flight. b) Alternate procedures are established and used. Number Installed 3. (O) May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use. 2.

and/ or operating restrictions are established and used. Voice or other communication will be used between the aircraft and the ground. 1.COMMUNICATIONS Page 4 Jul. (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. SYSTEM. (O) May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Place INOP placard on AFIS panel. 2. Prior to flight. 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) PA System is not required by FAR.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Confirm that Flight Deck/ Cabin interphone system is operative (if installed). (O) May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use. and b) Alternate normal and emergency procedures.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1.2009 . Verbally brief passengers and cabin crew in the event that normal or emergency procedures dictate such action.Communications 1) Channels C 0 Repair Category 2. (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. Sequence Numbers & Item 23 . determine alternate communication to be used. 1. 2) Cargo Configuration D - 0 23 . Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used.Revision No: 8b. (O) May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use. 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES D 20-2 *** ACARS System C - 0 0 D 20-3 *** AFIS (VHF / SAT) C - 0 0 D 30-1 1) Passenger Address System Passenger Configuration C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use. Number Installed 3.

Sequence Numbers & Item 23 . C - 0 30-3 *** Prerecorded passenger Announcement System C 1 0 D 30-4 Flight Deck Speakers C 1 - 0 0 30-5 *** 1) 2) Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) Survival Type ELT’s Fixed ELT’s D A 0 Any in excess of those required by FAR may be inoperative or missing. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided PA system is operative. Verbally brief passengers and cabin crew whenever cabin chimes would be used.COMMUNICATIONS Page 5 Jul. May be inoperative or missing provided repairs are made within 90 days.Communications 30-2 Cabin Chimes C 0 Repair Category 2. May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use. Verbally brief passengers and cabin crew. Number Installed 3. May be inoperative provided: a) Procedures do not require their use. and b) Headsets are installed and operative. SYSTEM. Number Required for Dispatch 4.2009 . (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 23 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Confirm that PA system is operative.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1.Revision No: 8b.

Revision No: 8b. Number Installed 3. Sequence Numbers & Item 23 . (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. 1) D 2) Flight Deck to Ground Function C 1 0 0 D 1 0 50-1 Headsets (Except Microphone) C - 1 50-2 Handheld Microphones C 2 1 23 . Brief crew members and ground personnel on hand signals to be used. Use verbal communication between flight deck and cabin. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 40-1 Crewmember Interphone System Flight Deck Cabin.2009 .05/21/2009 (Continued) 1. SYSTEM. One may be inoperative at either pilot’s station provided speaker system is operative. Remarks and Exceptions Any in excess of those required by FAR may be inoperative or missing.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . (O) May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use.COMMUNICATIONS Page 6 Jul.Communications D Repair Category 2. One may be inoperative at either pilot’s station provided associated headset with boom microphone is operative. May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use. Cabin to Flight Deck Function(s) C 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. Number Required for Dispatch 4.

Number Installed 3.151(d) Cockpit Voice Recorder Not Equipped to Record Boom Microphone A 0 May be inoperative provided repairs are made within three flight days.Revision No: 8b. SYSTEM.2009 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Repair Category 2. Any in excess of those required by FAR may be inoperative. A 0 May be inoperative provided: a) Flight Data Recorder is operative. 23 . Number Required for Dispatch 4.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1.Communications 50-3 Boom Microphones (Including Headset Microphones) (CVR with FDR Installed) 1) Airplanes with Cockpit Voice Recorder Equipped To Record Boom Microphone Per FAR 135.COMMUNICATIONS Page 7 Jul.151(d) Airplanes with Cockpit Voice Recorder Not Equipped to Record Boom Microphone (CVR without FDR Installed) 1) Cockpit Voice Recorder Not Equipped To Record Boom Microphone Per FAR 135. Sequence Numbers & Item 23 . Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 2) *** D - 0 2) *** D - 0 Any in excess of those required by FAR may be inoperative. and b) Repairs are made within three flight days.

Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided Handheld Microphone on affected side is operative. One Static Discharger from each control surface or structural area may be damaged or missing provided one discharger is operative for the affected surface or area.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . C 1 0 60-1 Static Dischargers (Expires 10/31/2009) C - - Static Dischargers (Non CDL Aircraft) 60-2 Surface Bond Straps (Expires 10/31/2009) C - - 23 .COMMUNICATIONS Page 8 Jul. a) Alternate pilot-to-pilot communication procedures are established and used. Number Installed 3. Sequence Numbers & Item 23 . and b) Repairs are made within three flight days. SYSTEM. Number Required for Dispatch 4.Revision No: 8b.Communications 50-4 *** 50-5 *** Glareshield Microphone Key Button(s) Flight Deck Pilot-to -Pilot Interphone System D 2 0 Repair Category 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Utilize Handheld Microphones or Yoke Microphone switches Use hand signals and/or direct voice communication. (O) May be inoperative provided:. One discharger may be damaged or missing.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1.2009 .

2.COMMUNICATIONS Page 9 Jul. 2) Airbrakes (Upper and Lower) C B 4 23 . • Plan flight to avoid all precipitation along entire route.2009 . 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. (O) One may be broken or missing per surface provided: a) Condition of the remaining straps is confirmed to be satisfactory prior to each departure.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Number Installed 3. Flight must avoid all potential and active lightning activity by at least 50 miles along entire route. and c) Aircraft is not flown within 50 nautical miles of active or potential lightning activity. Sequence Numbers & Item 23 .Revision No: 8b. b) Aircraft is not flown in precipitation. Remarks and Exceptions (O) Two may be broken or missing per surface provided: a) Condition of the remaining straps is confirmed to be satisfactory prior to each departure. 1. and c) Aircraft is not flown within 50 nautical miles of active or potential lightning activity.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1.Communications 1) Ailerons and Aileron Tabs C 12 4 Repair Category 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. SYSTEM. b) Aircraft is not flown in precipitation. • Plan flight to avoid all precipitation along entire route. Prior to each departure: • Determine satisfactory condition of remaining bonding strap(s). Flight must avoid all potential and active lightning activity by at least 50 miles along entire route. Prior to each departure: • Determine satisfactory condition of remaining bonding strap(s).

2.2009 . Sequence Numbers & Item 23 . • Plan flight to avoid all precipitation along entire route. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. (O) May be broken or missing provided aircraft is not flown within 50 nautical miles of active or potential lightning activity.Revision No: 8b. Flight must avoid all potential and active lightning activity by at least 50 miles along entire route. Number Installed 3.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1. 4) Nose and main gear Doors C 4 0 70-1 Cockpit Voice Recorder (Aircraft with FDR) A 0 May be inoperative provided: a) FDR is operative.COMMUNICATIONS Page 10 Jul. Number Required for Dispatch 4.Communications 3) Flaps C 4 2 Repair Category 2. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be broken or missing per surface provided: a) Condition of the remaining straps is confirmed to be satisfactory prior to each departure. Prior to each departure: • Determine satisfactory condition of remaining bonding strap(s).HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . (Aircraft without FDR) A - 0 23 . b) Aircraft is not flown in precipitation. Flight must avoid all potential and active lightning activity by at least 50 miles along entire route. SYSTEM. May be inoperative provided repairs are made within three flight days. and c) Aircraft is not flown within 50 nautical miles of active or potential lightning activity. and b) Repairs are made within three flight days.

NOTE Any activation switch which functions normally may be used. 23 . Checklist System D D D 0 0 0 A Repair Category 2. Remarks and Exceptions 0 May be inoperative provided repairs are made in accordance with applicable FAR’s. SYSTEM. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES D - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. Number Installed 3.Communications (Aircraft operated by other than Air Carrier or Commercial Operator Certificate Holder) 70-2 *** 1) 2) 70-3 *** 80-1 *** Flight Phone Cockpit Cabin Satellite Communications System (SATCOM) Heads Up Technology Inc.2009 . Number Required for Dispatch 4.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1.Revision No: 8b. Sequence Numbers & Item 23 . Use paper or other checklist.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .COMMUNICATIONS Page 11 Jul.

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Confirm both inverters are operative.08/01/2008 1. 3. and c) Flight is not conducted in known or forecast icing conditions. and b) Both main inverters are operative. and c) AC voltmeter is installed and operative.2008 . 20-2 Standby Inverter (Except Pro Line 21) (Pro Line 21 Only) B 1 0 B C 1 2 0 0 20-3 Inverter Fail Lights/ Annunciators 24 . For aircraft with two (2) AOA Vanes and SSU systems. May be inoperative provided both main inverters are operative. 1.ELECTRICAL POWER Page 1 Sep. 2. Confirm AC powered equipment operates with either inverter selected OFF. 2. Plan each flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternate destination. Perform inverter check prior to each departure. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Standby inverter is verified operative before each departure. Number Installed 3. 3. Sequence Numbers & Item 24 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. SYSTEM. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Auto-changeover system is operative. Confirm AC voltmeter indicates correct voltage. verify both Engine Driven AC alternators are operative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 24---Electrical Power a Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . both Engine Driven AC alternators are operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4. May be inoperative for Day Minimum Speed Control (VMC) provided both main inverters are operative.Electrical Power 20-1 AC Main Inverters (Only Aircraft Equipped with Standby Inverter) C 2 1 Repair Category 2. b) For aircraft with two (2) AOA Vanes and SSU systems.Revision No: 8a .

1. 20-5 AC Voltmeter C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) All inverters are operative. Number Installed 3. confirm INV and buss FAIL annunciators illuminate with all inverters OFF. 1. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided standby inverter is verified operative before each departure. Confirm annunciators extinguish with inverters ON.08/01/2008 1. Confirm windscreen fluid de-icing system is operative. and b) All AC system Annunciators are operative. May be inoperative provided electrical busbar fail lights are operative. Plan each flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternate destination. 2. 20-6 AC Frequency Meter (Series 600 and 700 only) C - 0 21-1 1) AC Alternator(s) Aircraft with One AC Alternator C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) AFM Limitations are observed.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 3. 2. Sequence Numbers & Item 24 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Prior to each departure: 1.ELECTRICAL POWER Page 2 Sep. b) Windshield fluid de-icing system is installed and operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Observe AFM airspeed (birdstrike) limitations. 3. 2.2008 .Revision No: 8a . and c) Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions. SYSTEM. Confirm normal Standby Inverter voltage on XE buss. Select STBY INV to ARM. 24 .Electrical Power 20-4 Standby Inverter “ON” Light / Annunciator C 1 0 Repair Category 2. Prior to each departure. Select INV 1 and INV 2 to STOP.

(O) May be inoperative provided: a) Both AC alternators are operative.2008 . 21-2 AC Alternator Fail Warning Light / Annunciator(s) Aircraft with One AC Alternator C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided both windshield heating systems are operative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Verify by feel that windscreen heating is operative. and b) Auto-changeover system is operative.Electrical Power 2) Aircraft with Two AC Alternators C 2 1 Repair Category 2. select screen heats and alternator ON. Confirm both AC alternators are operative. 2. Sequence Numbers & Item 24 . With RH engine running select W/SCREEN HEAT ON. both Main AC Inverters are operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4. 1. Switch one alternator OFF and verify the “B” screens are no longer heated and the associated VANE HTR FAIL does not illuminate. 2. For aircraft with two (2) AOA Vane and SSU systems.08/01/2008 1. both Main AC inverters are operative. 1) 2) Aircraft with Two AC Alternators C 2 0 24 . 3. and verify screen heat is operative.Revision No: 8a . With engines running. Plan each flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternate destination. 2. and b) Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions. SYSTEM. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.ELECTRICAL POWER Page 3 Sep. 1. Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) For aircraft with 2 AOA Vane and SSU systems.

With engines running. 1. 1 and No. 2. SYSTEM.08/01/2008 1. Number Installed 3. 3.Revision No: 8a . Remove fuse from affected inverter DC input.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Sequence Numbers & Item 24 . 2 Battery Temperatures are normal.2008 24 . 2. 1. Disconnect Batt Temp connector from both batteries. Regularly monitor No. Prior to flight. 1) 2) BATT HOT Caution Annunciators C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Battery Temperature Indicator is operative.ELECTRICAL POWER . and b) System is deactivated. 3. and b) Battery temperatures are monitored in flight. 2 Battery Temperatures during flight. Place ‘INOP’ placard adjacent to affected inverter switch on CG Panel. 32-1 Battery NO CHARGE Light (Series 1 through 700 only) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided battery is verified to be charging normally. Remarks and Exceptions (M) May be inoperative provided: a) Procedures do not require its use. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 31-1 Battery Temperature (With NiCad Battery Only) Indicator C 0 (M) May be inoperative provided Battery Hot Caution annunciators are operative. confirm battery charging by checking ammeter on CG panel. confirm No. NOTE Not required for lead acid battery systems. 1 and No. Refer to applicable Hawker Aircraft Wiring Parts Catalog (Chapter 24). Jumper across Pins A & B. Page 4 Sep.Electrical Power 21-3 *** 115 VAC / 60 Hertz (Hz) System D 1 0 Repair Category 2. Verify BATT HOT lights illuminate. 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4.

Both ammeters indicating current. C C 1 2 0 Deleted. 2. Prior to flight. 34-1 34-2 37-1 37-2 Engine Driven Generators APU Generator DC Voltmeter DC Generator Fail Lights / Annunciators 24 .2008 . 2 Battery Temperatures are normal. Both DC voltmeters indicating proper voltage. and 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 1 and No.Revision No: 8a .Electrical Power 32-2 *** Battery Heater Muffs C 2 0 Repair Category 2. confirm: 1. Revision 5 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Both ammeters are operative. Deleted. With engines running and both generators ON. Number Installed 3. 1 and No. confirm No. 3.08/01/2008 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 24 . and b) DC voltmeter is operative. SYSTEM. 2 Battery Temperatures during flight. Regularly monitor No. Revision 3. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Battery Temperature Indicator is operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4.ELECTRICAL POWER Page 5 Sep. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Battery temperatures must remain above -10°C. and b) Battery temperature is monitored to ensure temperature remains above –10 °C at all times.

5. Prior to each departure: • Select GEN 1 to TRIP. Select Battery switch to ON and confirm PE voltage on overhead voltmeter.08/01/2008 1. b) Both ammeters are operative. Repeat above for GEN 2 TRIP by substituting GEN 1 for GEN 2 and vice-versa. • Confirm Power (PS)1 and PS2 voltage with Buss Tie CLOSED.ELECTRICAL POWER Page 6 Sep.2008 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. • Confirm current on GEN 2. 3. SYSTEM. • Open Buss Tie and verify voltage on PS2 only and GEN 1 FAIL annunciator. 37-4 Battery Contactor Annunciators (Series 1 through 700) C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided before each departure: a) Emergency contactor is verified operative. Confirm Batt 1 and Batt 2 voltage on overhead voltmeter. Confirm increase of Batt 1 and Batt 2 voltage on overhead voltmeter when generator is brought on line and Buss Tie switch is selected to CLOSE. in above steps. Sequence Numbers & Item 24 . • Reset GEN 1 and Buss Tie. Confirm charging current to Batt 1 and Batt 2 on overhead ammeter. 2.Revision No: 8a . and b) Battery (Batt) contactor is verified operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4. 1.Electrical Power 37-3 DC Bus Tie Light Annunciator C 1 0 Repair Category 2. 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Bus Tie system is operative. Number Installed 3. and c) Generator fail lights / annunciators are operative. 24 . Start APU or either engine. 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .

SYSTEM. Turn off both main inverters and note that STBY INV ON light illuminates. Sequence Numbers & Item 24 . 40-1 50-1 D C 1 3 0 2 (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Standby inverter (STBY INV) is verified operative before each departure.2008 .Electrical Power 37-5 APU Generator Fail Light / Annunciator APU Generator Overheat Light / Annunciator External Power System AC Bus Fail Lights / Annunciators (Standby InverterEquipped Aircraft only) C 1 0 Repair Category 2. Confirm standby inverter output voltage on XE bus. 50-2 *** 1) 2) 26 VAC Bus Fail Annunciators INST 1 FAIL INST 2 FAIL C C 1 1 0 0 24 .08/01/2008 1. 3. Before each departure: 1.ELECTRICAL POWER Page 7 Sep. Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 2. Number Installed 3.Revision No: 8a . and c) Voltmeter is operative. Confirm inverter output voltage for associated bus fail annunciator on XS1 or XS2. b) Inverter associated with the inoperative light / Annunciator is verified operative before each departure. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 37-6 C 1 0 May be inoperative provided APU generator is not used.

ELECTRICAL POWER Page 8 Sep. Confirm PS1 and PS2 voltage normal. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Both engine driven DC generators are operative. Turn #2 Generator ON. 24 . 2. and c) PS1 AND PS2 voltage is verified normal before each departure. 4. Number Required for Dispatch 4. turn #1 Generator OFF and confirm PS1 Buss voltage is zero. Number Installed 3.Electrical Power 60-1 Bus Tie Contactor System (Split Bus Tie Contactor Aircraft only) C 1 0 Repair Category 2. 60-2 *** FIS Power Recovery System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use. confirm Generator (GEN) 1 FAIL and GEN 2 FAIL annunciators are both out. With both generators ON. Sequence Numbers & Item 24 . 3.2008 . Individually check #1 & #2 Generator voltage.08/01/2008 1. b) Bus Tie contactor is verified to be open before each departure.Revision No: 8a . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Prior to each departure: 1. SYSTEM.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .

Revision 2. 10-1 Pilot(s) Seat Adjustment System C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided: a) Position of the seat(s) permits normal pilot visibility and full flight control movement. (M) & (O) procedures. Revision 8a. 25 . Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative. Alternative means may be used to ensure locking. must be available to the flight crew and included in the operator’s appropriate document.EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS Page 1 Sep. SYSTEM.EQUIPMENT/ FURNISHINGS 00-1 *** Non-Essential Equipment & Furnishings (NEF) 0 Repair Category 2. The NEF program. or missing provided that the item(s) is deferred in accordance with the operator’s NEF program. procedures. 2. and b) Seat(s) is/are secured with mechanical stops. Sequence Numbers & Item 25 . Number Installed 3. Deleted. 1.Revision No: 8a .2008 . NOTE Exterior Lavatory Door Ash Trays are not considered convenience items. and processes are outlined in the operator’s (insert name) Manual.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 25---Equipment/Furnishings Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Number Required for Dispatch 4.08/01/2008 1. Thoroughly inspect seat locking mechanisms for engagement and security. Use NEF Program. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1) 10-2 Crew Shoulder Harness Cockpit Convenience Items Deleted. damaged. if required. Ensure that seat position is satisfactory for pilot vision and control.

Remarks and Exceptions .Revision No: 8a .2008 .08/01/2008 1. May be inoperative provided: a) A passenger seat in the passenger cabin is available to an FAA inspector for the performance of official duties.EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS Page 2 Sep.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Sequence Numbers & Item 25 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. and b) Repairs are made within two flight days. SYSTEM.EQUIPMENT/ FURNISHINGS 10-3 10-4 Cockpit Sun Visors D Observer Seat (Including Associated Equipment) A 0 Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 25 .

EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS Page 3 Sep. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 25 .08/01/2008 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided. Number Installed 3.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .2008 .Revision No: 8a . SYSTEM. b) Seat is acceptable to the FAA inspector for performance of official duties. a) Required minimum safety equipment (safety belt and oxygen) is available. NOTE These provisos are intended to provide for occupancy of the above seat by an FAA Inspector when the minimum safety equipment (oxygen and safety belt) is functional and the inspector determines the conditions to be acceptable. and c) Repairs are made within two flight days. NOTE The Pilot-in-Command will determine if the minimum safety equipment is functional for other person(s) authorized to occupy an observer seat.EQUIPMENT/ FURNISHINGS A Repair Category 2. Sequence Numbers & Item 25 .

Revision No: 8a .EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS Page 4 Sep. and c) Affected seat(s) are blocked and placarded. Confirm that seat is locked in full up-right position and does not move. Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided: a) Seat does not block an Emergency Exit. b) Seat does not restrict any passenger from access to the main aircraft aisle. 1) Recline Mechanism(s) D (M) May be inoperative and seat occupied provided seat is secured in the full up-right position.08/01/2008 1.EQUIPMENT/ FURNISHINGS 20-1 Passenger Seats (Including Seat Backs and Armrests) C Repair Category 2. 2. Placard recline lever. “INOP DO NOT USE”. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES C - - (O) May be inoperative and seat occupied provided seatback is immovable in the full upright position. NOTE A seat with an inoperative seatbelt is considered inoperative. Sequence Numbers & Item 25 .2008 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . ’DO NOT OCCUPY’. Tape recline lever in the locked position. 25 . NOTE Affected seat(s) may include the seat(s) behind and / or adjacent seat. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Confirm that seat is locked in full up-right position. 1. 3. SYSTEM.

Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Baggage is not stowed under seat with inoperative stowage. May be inoperative provided: a) Container is empty and access is secured to prevent waste introduction into compartment. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Armrest does not block an Emergency Exit. Sequence Numbers & Item 25 . b) Associated seat is placarded “DO NOT STOW BAGGAGE UNDER THIS SEAT”. 3.2008 . If armrest has a seat back recline lever. Brief passengers and Cabin Crew not to place baggage under associated seat(s). and For an armrest with a recline mechanism. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. 20-2 *** 20-3 Flight Inspection Panel System Waste Receptacle(s) Access Door(s)/ Covers D D 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use.EQUIPMENT/ FURNISHINGS 2) Underseat Baggage Stowage C Repair Category 2. Placard associated seat “DO NOT STOW BAGGAGE UNDER THIS SEAT. Confirm armrest does not block any emergency exit.EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS Page 5 Sep. b) Armrest does not restrict any passenger from access to the main aircraft aisle. 3.Revision No: 8a . 1.08/01/2008 1. Number Installed 3. Confirm there is no baggage under associated seat(s). seat is immovable in the full upright position. and b) Sufficient waste receptacles are available to accommodate all waste that may be generated on a flight. Confirm armrest does not restrict access to aisle. SYSTEM. 2. confirm seat back is in full up-right position and does not move. 3) Armrest C - - 25 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. 2. and c) Procedures are established to alert Cabin Crew of inoperative stowage.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .

Revision No: 8a . missing. or inoperative. Any in excess of those require by FAR may be inoperative.EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS Page 6 Sep. SYSTEM.08/01/2008 1. or inoperative. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 2) D - - 3) D - - 60-2 60-3 *** D C - 0 25 . Any in excess of those required by FAR may be inoperative. Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .EQUIPMENT/ FURNISHINGS 20-4 60-1 1) Exterior Lavatory Door Ash Tray(s) Emergency Medical Equipment Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) and/or associated equipment Emergency Medical Kit (EMK) and/or associated equipment First Aid Kit (FAK) and/or associated equipment Overwater Equipment Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS) (STC#SA00892LA) D Any in excess of those required by FAR may be incomplete. Remarks and Exceptions May be missing provided it is replaced within 3 calendar days. Sequence Numbers & Item 25 . missing.2008 . Number Installed 3. A 1 0 Repair Category 2. Any in excess of those required by FAR may be incomplete.

Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1) 2) C - 0 10-2 C 2 0 15-1 1) C C 1 1 0 0 26 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 26---Fire Protection Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .FIRE PROTECTION 10-1 Engine Fire Warning Lights/ Annunciators Series 1 through 700 only Series 800. Repair Category 2. May be inoperative provided APU is not used. May be inoperative provided HP Cock Fire Warning lights are operative. 850XP. May be inoperative for ground operations provided: a) APU Fire warning Annunciator is operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4.02/18/2008 1. 800XP. Number Installed 3.Revision No: 8 . Sequence Numbers & Item 26 .2008 . 900XP and 750 HP Cock Annunciator Fire Warning Lights APU Fire Detection System Warning Bell C 2 0 May be inoperative provided HP Cock Fire Warning lights are operative. SYSTEM.FIRE PROTECTION Page 1 Feb. and b) System is continuously monitored by a qualified person from the cockpit control panel. May be inoperative provided Engine Fire Warning System is operative.

FIRE PROTECTION 2) Warning Annunciator C 1 0 Repair Category 2. then verify the bell sounds. (M) May be inoperative provided: a) Failure is verified to be in the light circuit. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative for ground operations provided: a) APU Fire warning bell is operative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Sequence Numbers & Item 26 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 15-2 APU Fire Detection C 1 0 C 20-1 APU Fire Extinguisher System APU Extinguisher Pressure Relief Discharge Indicator C 1 1 0 0 20-2 C 1 0 C 20-3 Engine Fire Extinguisher Relief Discharge Indicator C 1 2 0 0 26 . May be damaged or missing provided APU is not used. acceptable means are used to verify adequate charge. Page 2 Feb.2008 Prior to the first flight of the day. and b) System operation is verified once each flight day. (M) May be damaged or missing Verify that fire extinguisher provided Indicator readings or other pressure is within limits. Number Required for Dispatch 4.02/18/2008 (Continued) 1. May be inoperative provided APU is not used. and b) System is continuously monitored by a qualified person from the cockpit control panel. or 2. push and hold FIRE TEST switch (APU). Prior to each flight. Perform weight check on both fire bottles.FIRE PROTECTION . verify that fire extinguisher pressures are within limits. SYSTEM.Revision No: 8 . (M) May be inoperative provided an acceptable procedure is used to verify bottle charge is adequate before each departure. Number Installed 3. 1. May be inoperative provided APU is not used.

2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . ballast. 2. or is confirmed to contain only cargo handling equipment. Check that affected baggage compartment is either not used or contains only cargo handling equipment. Sequence Numbers & Item 26 . 26 . SYSTEM. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 30-1 Forward / Aft Baggage Smoke Detection Systems C - 0 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4.02/18/2008 (Continued) 1. and which materials can be used as ballast.FIRE PROTECTION Page 3 Feb. ballast. Install DO NOT USE placard prominently inside baggage compartment. and b) Required distribution is maintained.2008 . Remarks and Exceptions (M) Any in excess of those required by FAR may be unserviceable or missing provided: a) Inoperative fire extinguisher is tagged inoperative. removed from location. which may be loaded in Unit Loading Devices (ULD’s). and placed out of sight so it can not be mistaken for a functional unit. and / or Fly Away Kits. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1. (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are established and used to ensure the associated compartment remains empty. Verify that required fire extinguishers are operational and properly located. Number Installed 3.Revision No: 8 .FIRE PROTECTION 20-4 Portable Fire Extinguishers D Repair Category 2. which may be loaded in ULD’s. NOTE Operator Minimum Equipment Lists (MEL’s) must define which items are approved for inclusion in Fly Away kits. and/or Fly Away Kits. Tag affected fire extinguishers ‘INOPERATIVE’ and stow out of sight.

30-3 *** Rear Baggage Pannier Smoke Detection System (Except 750) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: 1. verify that compartment is empty. Compartment remains empty. 2. Install ‘DO NOT USE’ placard prominently inside baggage compartment. Pannier Heating Selector remains OFF. b) Lavatory door is locked closed and placarded ‘INOPERATIVE-DO NOT ENTER’.FIRE PROTECTION Page 4 Feb. and 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. SYSTEM. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided: a) Lavatory waste receptacle is empty.2008 .Revision No: 8 . Prior to each departure. NOTE A lavatory Smoke Detector System is not required for all cargo operations. Sequence Numbers & Item 26 .FIRE PROTECTION 30-2 *** Lavatory Smoke Detection System C Repair Category 2.02/18/2008 (Continued) 1. 1.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Select and leave Pannier Heat OFF. and c) Lavatory is used only by crew members. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 26 . Number Installed 3. NOTE These provisos are not intended to prohibit Lavatory use or inspections by crew members. 3.

and 2. verify that compartment is empty. Compartment remains empty.2008 . Sequence Numbers & Item 26 . (O) May be inoperative provided: 1. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Verify remaining Smoke Detector System is operative prior to each departure. Remarks and Exceptions One Smoke Detector system may be inoperative provided the remaining Smoke Detector System is operative prior to each departure. SYSTEM. C 2 0 1. and 2. Verify EBC Air Valve is OFF. Prior to each departure. EBC Air Valve is OFF.Revision No: 8 . 30-5 External Baggage Compartment (EBC) Fire Extinguisher System (750 Only) C 1 0 26 .FIRE PROTECTION Page 5 Feb. verify that compartment is empty. and 2. 1. (O) May be inoperative provided: 1.02/18/2008 (Continued) 1. EBC Air Valve is OFF.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .FIRE PROTECTION 30-4 External Baggage Compartment (EBC) Smoke Detector (750 Only) C 2 1 Repair Category 2. and 2. Verify EBC Air Valve is OFF. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Number Installed 3. Compartment remains empty. Prior to each departure.

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With controls in neutral position.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 27---Flight Controls ‘ Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . the rudder trim tab is centered. NOTE Check requires coordinated effort of both crew to perform. Operate rudder trim while observing rudder trim tab for appropriate movement prior to each departure. before each departure: a) Rudder trim system is visually verified operative.05/21/2009 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4. and b) Aileron trim is visually verified to be neutral. 2. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided. 20-1 Rudder trim Position Indicator B 1 0 27 . SYSTEM. (O) May be inoperative provided. 1. confirm the aileron trim tab is centered. before each departure: a) Aileron trim system is visually verified operative. Sequence Numbers & Item 27 . With controls in neutral position. and b) Rudder trim is visually verified to be neutral. Operate aileron trim while observing LH aileron trim tab for appropriate movement prior to each departure. Number Installed 3.Revision No: 8b . 2.2009 .FLIGHT CONTROLS 10-1 Aileron Trim Position Indicator B 1 0 Repair Category 2.FLIGHT CONTROLS Page 1 Jul. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.

2009 . Sequence Numbers & Item 27 . Install flight compartment floor panels using correct screw length.FLIGHT CONTROLS Page 2 Jul. Number Required for Dispatch 4. 6. 2. 3. Remove the crew seat and flight compartment carpets from affected side. Remarks and Exceptions (M) May be inoperative provided affected adjustment system(s) can be secured in a position which suits affected pilot’s requirements. 5. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 27 .FLIGHT CONTROLS 20-2 Rudder Pedal Adjustment Systems C 2 0 Repair Category 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Remove flight compartment floor panels as necessary. SYSTEM. Pull up on cable to disengage locking pin and move rudder pedals to desired position. 7.Revision No: 8b . Install flight compartment carpets and the crew seat. Disconnect the rudder pedal assembly adjustment cable at the lever.05/21/2009 1. 8. Disconnect adjustment cable from rudder pedal adjustment assembly. Check that the pin is fully engaged in locked position and that spring force will maintain lock. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1. 4. Number Installed 3. CAUTION Make sure correct securing screws are identified and kept with correlating floor panels.

Locate ELEC PITCH TRIM Circuit Breaker. and 3. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. 800XP. 1) 27 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 850XP.Revision No: 8b . Do not exceed AFM speed limitation of Mach 0.FLIGHT CONTROLS 30-1 Electrical Elevator Trim B 1 0 Repair Category 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Pull and Collar ELEC PITCH TRIM circuit breaker. before each departure: operational stall detector per Table that stall test is operative for the a) Remaining stall detector operational system. verify Prior to each departure. 2. and b) Remaining stall test channel is verified operative. the mach trim system is considered inoperative and appropriate AFM speed limitations observed. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1.73 (750. Verify that trim is set in normal position prior to takeoff. Number Installed 3. and 900XP aircraft. and d) For 750. 1. SYSTEM. and 2.FLIGHT CONTROLS Page 3 Jul. Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Associated circuit breakers are pulled and collared. pneumatic system is verified operative. 850XP and 900XP Only) 5. 800XP. b) Mechanical Elevator Trim System is verified operative. Plan for flight without autopilot. NOTE RVSM is not authorized. 30-2 Stall Warning Identification System (Series 1 through 700 Only) B 2 1 (M) (O) May be inoperative Prior to each departure.05/21/2009 1. and 4. confirm provided. Plan flight to avoid RVSM operation.2009 . Operate mechanical elevator trim throughout full range before departure. Sequence Numbers & Item 27 . c) Autopilot is considered inoperative.

Number Installed 3.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .FLIGHT CONTROLS 2) (Series 800. and d) Lights erroneously ON due to system failure are deactivated.FLIGHT CONTROLS Page 4 Jul.05/21/2009 1. SYSTEM.2009 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1.Revision No: 8b . and 2. Remove light bulb from any annunciator which is erroneously illuminated. Prior to each departure. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. 800XP with 3 Channels Only) B 3 2 Repair Category 2. b) Before each departure. 2. confirm both remaining stall channels operate normally by independently pressing associated TEST buttons. Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) One stall warning and / or identification channel may be inoperative provided: a) Inoperative channel is inhibited by pulling and collaring the associated STALL IDENT circuit breaker (SSU and STALL IDENT amber annunciators illuminated if IDENT 1 or 2 is inhibited). Sequence Numbers & Item 27 . Pull and collar associated STALL IDENT circuit breaker. 27 . normal operation of the stick pusher is verified (stall valves A and B OPEN with red annunciators illuminated) by pressing the two operative TEST buttons simultaneously. c) Before each departure. normal operation of the remaining channels is verified by independently pressing the cockpit TEST buttons. Confirm normal operation of pusher by pressing both operational TEST buttons. Number Required for Dispatch 4.

Page 5 Jul. 2 STALL button. • Confirm that stick shaker motors operate and autopilot disengages. 850XP and 900XP Only) Stall Warning Autopilot Disconnect System (Series 800 without Mod.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 800XP. perform the following checks: 2. 1. Engage Autopilot and hold light force on control yoke. 6. Number Required for Dispatch 4.2009 MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 30-4 C 1 0 27 . 1 STALL button. SYSTEM. Prior to each departure. Number Installed 3.Revision No: 8b .FLIGHT CONTROLS 30-3 Stick Shaker Motors (Series 750. Release No. Push and hold No. 2 STALL button. 800. (O) May be inoperative provided Stick Shaker Autopilot Disconnect functions of both Stall Warning Channels 1 and 2 are verified operative before each departure. 5. 1 STALL button • Confirm that stick shaker motors are operative and autopilot disengages. Sequence Numbers & Item 27 . • Confirm IDENT 2 (both sides) and STALL IDENT annunciators illuminate after 4 or 5 seconds. 3. 253146 Installed Only) C 2 1 Repair Category 2. Engage autopilot and hold light force on control yoke.FLIGHT CONTROLS . Remarks and Exceptions One may be inoperative provided: a) Both stall warning channels are operative. 7. Push and hold No. and b) Remaining stick shaker system is verified operative. • Confirm IDENT 1 (both sides) and STALL IDENT annunciators illuminate after 4 or 5 seconds.05/21/2009 1. Release No. 4.

850XP and 900XP Only) C 1 0 Repair Category 2. Confirm that trim is set in normal position prior to takeoff. flap position indication is visually verified for each flap selection. Confirm that actual flap position indication is correct for each flap position prior to each departure. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Flap position is visually verified to be at 0° before each departure. 0° flap performance will be used for takeoff and landing.FLIGHT CONTROLS Page 6 Jul. and 2. 800XP. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Mechanical Elevator Trim System is verified operative before each departure. AFM FLAPLESS LANDING procedures will be followed. Sequence Numbers & Item 27 . Visually confirm that flaps are at 0° prior to each departure by checking the position of the rig marks on the wing and flap assembly. and b) Before each departure. Number Required for Dispatch 4. provided: a) Flap position Indicator (On Center Instrument Panel) is operative. (O) May be inoperative. SYSTEM. 2.2009 . and b) AFM Speed Limitation of 0. Number Installed 3. and flap used.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. 1. Operate mechanical elevator trim throughout full range before departure. 4. and 3.FLIGHT CONTROLS 30-5 Mach Trim System (Series 750. Do not exceed AFM speed limitations with autopilot disengaged.73 Indicated Mach Number (IMN) is not exceeded unless Auto Pilot verified operative and is used.05/21/2009 1. b) AFM procedures for flap 0° take-off and landing are observed. 3. Flaps will not be used in flight. 50-1 Flap Position Indicator (On Center Instrument Panel) C 1 0 50-2 Flap Handle Select Position Indicator (On Control Pedestal) C 1 0 27 .Revision No: 8b . and c) Flaps remain in the retracted position for the entire flight.

0° flap performance will be used for takeoff and landing. 1. Switches are bypassed to position flaps in 0° position. and d) Repairs are made within one flight day. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.05/21/2009 1. 3. a) LH and RH Flap Bias Refer to Table 3. Visually confirm that flaps are at 0° prior to each departure by visual use of marks on flaps. Number Installed 3. AFM FLAPLESS LANDING procedures will be followed.FLIGHT CONTROLS Page 7 Jul. 4. (M) (O) May be inoperative Perform the LH and RH Flap Bias provided: Switches . Confirm LH and RH Flap Bias Switches are bypassed to position flaps in 0° position. 50-3 Flap Position Switches A 4 0 27 . 2.Bypass Procedure. and c) Flaps remain in the retracted position for the entire flight. c) AFM procedures for flap 0° take-off and landing are observed. 4. 2.Revision No: 8b . 3.FLIGHT CONTROLS C 1 0 Repair Category 2. AFM FLAPLESS LANDING procedures will be followed. Visually confirm that flaps are at 0° prior to each departure by visual use of marks on flaps. Sequence Numbers & Item 27 . Flaps will not be used in flight.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . b) AFM procedures for flap 0° take-off and landing are observed. 5. b) Flaps are verified to be in the 0° position and are not used. SYSTEM.2009 . Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Flap position is visually verified to be 0° before each departure. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Flaps will not be used in flight. 0° flap performance will be used for takeoff and landing.

and c) Airbrakes are visually verified retracted. before each departure: a) Airbrakes are visually verified operative. Trailing edge of Air Brakes should fair smoothly with wing. Confirm Takeoff Warning system is operative by advancing the throttles to 40% to 60% and pull back on the airbrake handle to slightly deploy the airbrake.2009 .05/21/2009 1. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.FLIGHT CONTROLS Page 8 Jul. b) Takeoff Warning System is verified operative with Air Brake deployment. 2. SYSTEM. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Number Installed 3. Airbrakes are visually confirmed retracted prior to departure by observation through cabin windows. 27 . Sequence Numbers & Item 27 . The warning horn should sound. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided.Revision No: 8b .FLIGHT CONTROLS 60-1 Air Brake Position Indicator(s) C 0 Repair Category 2. 3. Extend and retract airbrakes and visually confirm normal operation.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .

Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Procedures are established and used to prevent damage from gusts while aircraft is on the ground. so they will not be inadvertently left in place when the aircraft is dispatched. 3. 2. Advance each throttle lever through full range of movement noting travel limits. Confirm opening is covered by an approved means. Number Installed 3. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.FLIGHT CONTROLS 60-2 Control Column Lock System C 1 0 Repair Category 2. and b) Throttle Lever Baulks are verified disengaged prior to each departure. 27 .Revision No: 8b . Confirm throttle lever baulks are disengaged by advancing both throttle levers simultaneously through full range of movement without travel restriction.FLIGHT CONTROLS Page 9 Jul.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .2009 . 60-3 Rudder Gust Lock Flapper Door (Expires 10/31/ 2009) D 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided opening is covered by an approved means. Such means shall be effectively secured to prevent slippage under gust load conditions. A suitable alternate means is provided to secure controls to prevent ground gust induced damage to control system when aircraft is parked.05/21/2009 1. NOTE Assure that any alternate means employed are prominent in display. Sequence Numbers & Item 27 . SYSTEM. Number Required for Dispatch 4.

3. NOTE When A. Verify that V pressures meet requirements of Table 2. Confirm that No.2009 . and the pressure outlet of the other test set to the operative wing stall detector vent. Energize PE busbar. NOTE Table 2 provides a V/P ratio of 0. the readings will not provide the same ratio as mm water to knots as conversion is not linear. and in each case slowly increase pressure (V) to the stall detector vent until the stick shaker motor operates. reconnect test set to pitot head and apply increasing pressure (P) until warning system cuts out. when checked using Millimeter(s) (mm) water. 2. Only) MAINTENANCE/ OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Reference Check Pressures Table 2. Note V pressure at each point.5 and 86. 6. At the pitot head connection. De-energize busbar. Verify that. at cutout.0 mm water (70 ± 2 knots). Remove test set connection from pitot head and apply increasing pressure to stall detector vent until stick shaker motor operates.S. 8.I. the pressure (P) was between 76.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 1 Stall Detection Maintenance and Operational Procedure 27. 4. and then release pressures.FLIGHT CONTROLS Stall Warning Identification System (Series 1 through 700. 30-2 1) 27 .02 on increasing pressure. Disconnect and remove test sets. Release pressures. Maintain this vent pressure. 7.71 ± 0. 5.FLIGHT CONTROLS Page 10 Jul. apply sequentially the pressure (P) values given in Table 2. gauges (calibrated in knots) are used as alternative to mm water gauge. Connect the pressure outlet of one pitot/static test set to the right pitot head.6 static vent orifices on each static vent plate are clear of obstruction.

5 138-146 Pitot (P) 78 95 110 Knots Vent (V) 64.5 79-81 91-94 27 .5-66.2009 .5-109.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 2 Check Pressures MIllimeters (mm) Water Pitot (P) 1st Check Point 2nd Check Point 3rd Check Point 100 150 200 Vent (V) 67-73 103.FLIGHT CONTROLS Page 11 Jul.

To bypass LH Wing Flap microswitches: • • Remove 2nd (from the rear) overwing access panel on LH side. Stow wire to safely isolate the 15/45 Flap RH microswitch. To bypass RH Wing Flap microswitches: • • • • 4.FLIGHT CONTROLS Page 12 Jul. remove nut from KB8. and remove the wire marked A7JB:W1:55:W1:P1N from JBA7 and place on JBA8. remove nut from JBA8. and remove the wire marked 8KB:W2:55:W2:KD4L. Power up the aircraft and check that the SSU Fault light and the STALL IDENT light are not illuminated. and remove the wire marked 7KB:W2:55:W2:P2N from KB7 and place on KB8. Replace nuts on JBA7 and JBA8 terminal blocks and replace overwing access panel. using quick release fasteners.FLIGHT CONTROLS 50-3 Flap Position Switches MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE Perform the following procedure to bypass the LH and RH Flap Bias Switches: 1. Remove 2nd (from the rear) overwing access panel on LH side. terminal blocks and replace overwing access panel. using quick release fasteners. Ensure power is removed from aircraft. Locate terminal block JBA. 27 . This isolates the 0 Flap RH microswitch and provides 28V to the SSU 2. Remove nut from KB7. 2. This isolates the 0 Flap LH microswitch and provides 28V to the SSU 1. Locate terminal block KB.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 3 LH and RH Flap Bias Switches . Stow wire to safely isolate the 15/45 Flap LH microswitch. Remove nut from JBA7. • • 3. and remove the wire marked A8JB:W1:55:W1:JD3L.Bypass Procedure 27. Replace nuts on KB7 and KB8.2009 .

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1. Sequentially.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 28---Fuel * Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 1. Move X FEED/TRANSFER lever to the transfer position. e) Both Wing Fuel Content Indicators are operative. Make sure the Crossfeed and Wing Transfer Valves are operative by checking fuel gauge for movement. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 28 . TRANSFER and CROSSFEED Valves are verified operative. Number Installed 3.FUEL 20-1 Fuel Booster Pumps A 2 1 Repair Category 2. 28 . b) Wing Fuel Content Indicators are operative. Make sure the LP Fuel Warning System is operative. Fuel will transfer to the wing with the operating fuel boost pump. 20-2 Wing Transfer Magnetic Indicator (Series 1 Through 400 Only) C 1 0 Prior to each departure. Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Inoperative pump is deactivated.2009 . Refer to Table 1 and do the Fuel Booster Pump Deactivation procedure. b) Crossfeed and Wing Transfer Valves are operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4. f) Repairs are made within three flight cycles. 4. SYSTEM. 3.FUEL Page 1 Jul.Revision No: 8b . (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Both Fuel Booster Pumps are operative. indicated by an increase in the respective fuel contents indicator. operate LH and RH fuel booster pumps.05/21/2009 1. and c) Before each departure. d) Low Pressure (LP) Fuel Warning System is operative. c) Aircraft is operated in accordance with AFM Supplement. Make sure both Fuel Content Indicators are operative. Observe limitations and procedures in AFM Supplement “Flight With One Pump Inoperative”. 2. 2.

make sure both fuel low pressure annunciators extinguish. Move X FEED/TRANSFER lever to the crossfeed and transfer positions.FUEL 20-3 Fuel Transfer/ Crossfeed Indicator (Series 600 Through 850XP Only) C 1 0 Repair Category 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Prior to each departure. Fuel will transfer to the wing with the operating fuel boost pump.FUEL Page 2 Jul. and c) Before each departure. 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. SYSTEM. Number Installed 3. TRANSFER and CROSSFEED Valves are verified operative. 28 . Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Both Fuel Booster Pumps are operative.Revision No: 8b . operate LH and RH fuel boost pump.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . b) Wing Fuel Content Indicators are operative. 3. Sequence Numbers & Item 28 . Sequentially. With lever in X FEED position and one boost pump operation. indicated by an increase in the fuel contents indicator. 1.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1.2009 .

Sequence Numbers & Item 28 . Set valve selector in CLOSED position. Monitor refuel operations to make sure fuel is not placed in ventral or dorsal tanks. Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Tank remains empty. Install ‘INOP placard adjacent to selector handle. • Unlock and remove filler cap(s) from tank(s) being defuelled. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1.FUEL Page 3 Jul. 2. • Unscrew blanking adapter from fuel drain valve and install the fuel drain adaptor assembly to tank(s).FUEL 20-4 Ventral Tank Fuel Transfer Valve C 1 0 Repair Category 2. 4. • Off-load fuel from each tank. 2. SYSTEM. and c) Dorsal tank remains empty for Series 600 and 700. b) Valve is secured closed. Defuel Dorsal (Series 600 and 700) and Ventral Tanks. 3.2009 . Number Required for Dispatch 4.Revision No: 8b . Refer to Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM) 12-28 for cautions. NOTE: Series 700 may be defueled by Single Point. Check valve FWD RH face of ventral tank) to make sure it is in the CLOSED position. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Number Installed 3.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Plan flight without ventral or dorsal fuel.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1. • Remove the fuel drain adaptor assembly and install blanking adapter to fuel drain valve. 28 . • Select AUX FUEL TRANSFER cock OPEN.

Access ventral tank transfer valve (FWD RH face of tank). OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES C 1 0 20-6 Fuel Filter De-Icing Systems (Series 1 Through 600 With Viper Engines Only) Automatic System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided fuel temperature indicator.2009 . (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Tank remains empty.FUEL Page 4 Jul. Sequence Numbers & Item 28 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1. Observe valve for proper position when selector is moved from CLOSED to OPEN. May be inoperative provided: a) Fuel temperature indicator is operative.Revision No: 8b . Remarks and Exceptions (M) May be inoperative provided: (a) Associated valve is verified operative. SYSTEM. 1) 2) Manual System C 1 0 28 . Monitor refueling to make sure Ventral and Dorsal tanks are not refueled for Series 600 and 700. Number Required for Dispatch 4. and manual system are operative. and b) Dorsal tank remains empty for Series 600 and 700.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1. fuel low-pressure warning. and b) Automatic fuel pump filter ice warning Press-to-Test function is operative. Number Installed 3.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . fuel filter ice warning.FUEL 20-5 Ventral Tank Transfer Light/ Annunciator C 1 0 Repair Category 2. 2. and (b) Valve position is verified after each refueling.

and c) Overwing refueling procedure is established and used. Make sure the fuel temperature indication is normal. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Select AUTO filter deice ON. b) Both refueling vent valves.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 2.) 1. 1. Table 2. a) Fuel temperature indicator is operative. Follow Overwing Fueling refueling procedures. SYSTEM. 2. 2. 3. Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided. Press affected warning light and make sure the filter deice pump runs. Sequence Numbers & Item 28 . Make sure both refueling vent valves. Leave filter deice in AUTO. Inspect external lower fuselage for evidence of fuel leakage. 28 . (O) One may be inoperative provided automatic fuel filter de-icing system is operative and is used during flight. Monitor fuel temperature during flight and maintain 5°C or above. and refueling valves are closed. Defuel Dorsal and Ventral fuel tanks. Number Required for Dispatch 4.FUEL 3) Manual and Automatic Systems C 2 0 Repair Category 2. Plan flight for Dorsal and Ventral fuel tanks empty.Revision No: 8b . and b) Fuel temperature remains at or above 5° C. and dorsal and ventral refueling valves are closed (Refer to Pressure Refueling System Inactivation Procedure.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1. master refuel valve.2009 . 2. master refuel valve.FUEL Page 5 Jul. 1. 3. 20-7 Fuel Filter Warning Lights (Viper Engine Only) C 2 1 22-1 1) Pressure Fueling System (Series 400 through 700) (If Installed) C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Failure of the fueling system is verified not be due to fuel pipe leakage.

Plan flight for Ventral fuel tank empty. and c) Overwing refueling procedure is established and used. 800. 2. 22-2 Pressure Refuel Blanking Cap C 1 0 Prior to each flight. SYSTEM. 2. 800XP. 28 .Revision No: 8b . 850XP and 900XP) C 1 0 Repair Category 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.FUEL 2) (Series 750. make sure the MASTER REFUEL selector is CLOSED.FUEL Page 6 Jul. b) Master refueling valve and all tank refueling valves are closed.2009 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1. Number Installed 3. Inspect external lower fuselage for evidence of fuel leakage. Follow Overwing Fueling refueling procedures. (O) May be inoperative provided master refuel valve is verified closed. Sequence Numbers & Item 28 . Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Failure of the fueling system is verified not be due to fuel pipe leakage. Make sure the master refuel valve and ventral refueling valves are closed (Refer to Table 2 steps 2 and 4 for details).

SYSTEM. Regularly compute fuel remaining or check FMS for fuel remaining. Aircraft must remain within one (1) hour flying time of a suitable airport at all times.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .05/21/2009 (Continued) 1. Compute fuel remaining utilizing Aircrew Manual Performance charts. fuel quantity in associated tank is verified by an alternate means. Sequence Numbers & Item 28 . 28 .2009 . Fuel Used Counter/Fuel Totalizer indicators are used to determine remaining fuel. 3. d) Aircraft remains within one (1) hour flying time from a suitable airport. 4. Make sure the wing fuel contents indicators are operative.FUEL Page 7 Jul. and e) Alternate procedures for monitoring enroute fuel consumption are established and used. All remaining fuel system components are operative. b) All remaining fuel system components are operative. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.FUEL 42-1 Wing Tank Fuel Content Indicators B 2 1 Repair Category 2. or 2. Number Installed 3. 5.Revision No: 8b . (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Wing Tank Content Indicators are operative. or 3. Airplane is fueled with a known quantity from an empty condition. and b) Alternate procedures for monitoring enroute fuel consumption are established and used. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Make sure the fuel in the associated wing tank is full by checking wing filler cap. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Before departure. 2. c) FUEL FLOW/FUEL USED COUNTER/ FUEL TOTALIZER indicators are operative. 42-2 Fuel Used Counter(s)/Fuel Totalizer(s) C - 0 1.

If Ventral Tank EMPTY/FULL indicator is not extinguished. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Number Installed 3.FUEL 43-1 Ventral Tank “EMPTY/FULL” Indicator C 1 0 Repair Category 2. bag and stow connector. disconnect Ventral Tank Float Switch. Refuel operations are monitored to make sure fuel is not placed in the dorsal tank.Revision No: 8b . Make sure that dorsal tank is drained IAW AMM procedures. Number Required for Dispatch 4. and b) Procedures are established and used to make sure fuel is not transferred into Dorsal Tank during flight. 2.FUEL Page 8 Jul. make sure fuel is not placed in the ventral tank. Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Ventral Tank is verified to be empty before each departure. 43-2 Dorsal Tank “Empty/Full” Indicator (Series 600 and 700. Defuel Ventral Tank IAW AMM Refuel operations are monitored to Chapter 12. 28 .2009 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . SYSTEM. Only) C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Dorsal Tank is verified empty before each departure.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1. and b) Procedures are established and used to make sure fuel is not transferred into Ventral Tank during flight. Sequence Numbers & Item 28 . 3. Check that Ventral Tank EMPTY/FULL indicator is extinguished.

FUEL Page 9 Jul. 2. 1.2009 . make sure ventral fuel was transferred from the tank on previous flight. If aircraft has not been refueled since previous flight. Only C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative Make sure that dorsal and ventral provided: tanks are drained IAW AMM a) Ventral and Dorsal Tanks are procedures. verified empty before each departure. SYSTEM. 3B/ RA Through 400.Revision No: 8b . and b) Procedures are established and used to make sure fuel is not transferred into Ventral Tank during flight. 1. 28 . 850XP and 900XP Only C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative Make sure that ventral tank is provided: drained IAW AMM procedures.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 2) Series 600 and 700. Both the ventral and dorsal tank must be defueled and drained if fuel is present at sump. 800. If aircraft has not been refueled since previous flight. Number Installed 3. 800XP. and b) Procedures are established and used to make sure fuel is not transferred into Ventral Tank or Dorsal Tank during flight. a) Ventral tank is verified empty before each departure.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1. If aircraft has been refueled since previous flight. If aircraft has been refueled since previous flight. Repair Category 2. make sure the dorsal tank is empty which requires the ventral tank to be empty also. make sure the ventral tank is empty by checking sump drains. make sure dorsal and ventral fuel was transferred from tanks on previous flight. Number Required for Dispatch 4. 2.FUEL 43-3 1) Low VMO Audible Warning System Series 3A/RA. Ventral tank must be Single Point defueled and drained if fuel is present at sump. Sequence Numbers & Item 28 .

Make sure the OAT indicator is operative. Quantity drained must be less than one (1) gallon. Make sure the OAT indicator is operative. Do not operate where OAT is below minimum AFM fuel temperature limit. select AUTO fuel filter deicing. b) Fuel filter de-icing system is operative. 3.FUEL Page 10 Jul. 2. 2. c) OAT indicator is operative. 4. C 2 0 Repair Category 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .2009 . Do not operate where OAT is below minimum AFM fuel temperature limit. Press FILTER TEST and ENG 1/ENG 2 LO PRESS and FUEL annunciators shall extinguish. and b) Vent valves are operative. Surge Tanks. Prior to each flight with fuel pumps OFF. Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Both fuel content indicators are operative. 45-1 1) 2) TFE-731 Engines Only C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) OAT indicator is operative. Sequence Numbers & Item 28 .FUEL 43-4 Fuel Vent Surge Tank Indicators (Series 3A/RA. Number Installed 3. and d) Fuel temperature AFM Limitations are applied. 1. and b) Fuel temperature AFM Limitations are applied.05/21/2009 (Continued) 1. 1.Revision No: 8b . SYSTEM. Drain any fuel from Vent indications are normal. 2. 3B/ RA Through 600 Only) Fuel Temperature Indicator Viper Engine Only C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Fuel filter ice warning system is operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Make sure both wing fuel 1. 45-2 *** Fuel Management Computer System (Garrett GEMS System) C - 0 28 .

700.2009 . 28 . outboard of rib 13 d) Make sure the indicator on the actuator is horizontal. On Main Distribution Panel DA/D. Make sure the Refuel Vent Valve is closed. locate switch in the Engine section labeled ‘R PUMP’ and select center position OFF.FUEL 22-1 1) Pressure Fueling MAINTENANCE System PROCEDURES Series 400 though 1. If indication is not present. open and safety tag the following breakers: B38 B37 B36 Fuel Pump CTL RH Fuel Pump RH STBY Fuel Pump RH Grid Reference D8 Grid Reference D7 Grid Reference D6 Table 2 Pressure Refueling System Inactivation 28 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 1 Fuel Booster Pump Deactivation Left Hand Pump Deactivation: On overhead panel ‘CG’’. On Main Distribution Panel DA/D. c) Remove the wing access panel. open circuit breakers REFUEL MASTER VALVE and REFUEL VENTS. b) On panel DA/D.FUEL Page 11 Jul. locate switch in the Engine section labeled ‘L PUMP’ and select center position OFF. Only (If a) Make sure the MASTER switch on the refuel control panel is selected OFF and the wing VENT Installed) valve indicators show SHUT. e) Disconnect and stow the electrical connector from the valve. open and safety tag the following breakers: B28 B27 B26 Fuel Pump CTL LH Fuel Pump LH STBY Fuel Pump LH Grid Reference C8 Grid Reference C7 Grid Reference C6 Right Hand Pump Deactivation: On overhead panel ‘CG’’.

g) Open left main gear door. If indication is not present. 850XP and a) Make sure the MASTER switch on the refuel control panel is selected OFF and Refuel Valve 900XP Only indicators show SHUT. h) Remove the rear inboard sidewall panel in left main landing gear wheel well. Make sure the Master Refuel Valve is closed. If indication is not present. refer to REFUEL SYSTEM CIRCUIT POWER SUPPLY DETAILS.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 2 Pressure Refueling System Inactivation (Continued) 28 . Table 3.2009 . 28 . d) Close the auxiliary fuel transfer lever. b) Make sure the landing gear ground lock pins are installed. i) Make sure the indicator on the actuator is aligned with the marks. d) On panel DA/D.FUEL 22-1 2) Pressure Fueling MAINTENANCE System PROCEDURES Series 750. Make sure the Dorsal Tank Refuel Valve is closed (For Series 1-700 Only). DORSAL and VENTRAL REFUEL switches are selected OFF. 800XP. j) Disconnect and stow the electrical connector from the valve. e) Make sure the MASTER. c) Make sure all switches on the refuel control panel are OFF and the MASTER VALVE is indicated SHUT and that the Dorsal Refuel Valve indicator shows SHUT. c) Close the crossfeed and both low pressure valves (cocks). SERVICING . e) Gain access to the rear equipment bay. f) Make sure that the position indicator shows closed. g) Disconnect and stow the electrical plug from the valve.FUEL). open circuit breakers REFUEL DORSAL & VENTRAL. 1 engine low pressure valve (cock). and REFUEL MASTER VALVE. the valve is on the left side of the bay. b) Close No. a) Defuel dorsal tank (Chapter 12. just forward of the engine beam. 3) Series 1-700 Only 3. 2. 800. f) Isolate the electrical circuits of (4).FUEL Page 12 Jul.

28 . c) Defuel the ventral tank (Chapter 12. Table 3.MAIN SYSTEM). Reference the REFUEL SYSTEM CIRCUIT POWER SUPPLY DETAILS. k) Operate the manual override lever on the valve to the closed position.FUEL Page 13 Jul.FUEL). h) Release hydraulic system pressure (Chapter 29.FUEL 22-1 Pressure Fueling MAINTENANCE System PROCEDURES 4. j) Remove inboard access panel in rear wall of left main wheel bay to gain access to refuel valve on ventral tank forward wall. f) On panel DA/D open circuit breakers REFUEL DORSAL AND VENTRAL and REFUEL MASTER VALVE. d) Make sure all switches on the refuel panel DB are OFF and indicated as SHUT.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 2 Pressure Refueling System Inactivation (Continued) 28 . LANDING GEAR MAIN GEAR FAIRINGS AND DOORS). l) Disconnect and stow the electrical connector from the valve. Make sure the Ventral Tank Transfer Valve is closed. i) Lower left main landing gear door and install door jack clamp (Chapter 32. If indication is not present. b) Close the auxiliary fuel transfer valve.2 engine low-pressure fuel valve (cock). PARKING AND MOORING). HYDRAULIC . e) Close No. SERVICING . a) Make sure the MASTER switch on the refuel control panel is selected OFF and that the Ventral Valve indicator shows SHUT. g) Make sure the landing gear locking pins are installed (Chapter 10.2009 .

Ident REFUEL VENT REFUEL MASTER VALVE REFUEL CONTROL WING O’FLOW (Overflow) REFUEL WING REFUEL DORSAL & VENTRAL 28 .FUEL Page 14 Jul.2009 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 3 Refuel System Circuit Power Supply Details Equipment Master Refuel Valve PE (a) PE (a) PE (a) PE (a) Wing Refuel Valve L & R Dorsal and Ventral Refuel Valve PE (a) PE (a) Sub Panel D Sub Panel D Sub Panel E Sub Panel E Sub Panel D Sub Panel D Supply Panel DA C.B.

follow EMERGENCY BRAKE SUPPLY FAILURE drill. b) Main hydraulic supply pressure indicator is operative. If HYD LP lamp illuminates in flight. Sequence Numbers & Item 29 . 3. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Associated hydraulic pump is operative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 29---Hydraulic Power Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .Revision No: 8a . 2. Confirm HYD LO PRESS indicator is operative. c) EMRG HYD LO PRESS annunciator is operative. Prior to each departure. SYSTEM. Only) C 2 1 Repair Category 2.HYDRAULIC POWER 30-1 L/R HYD LO FLOW Annunciators (Viper Engines. start the engine on the affected side first and confirm a pressure increase on the main hydraulic pressure indicator. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. 29 .08/01/2008 1.HYDRAULIC POWER Page 1 Sep. Number Installed 3.2008 . d) Associated engine is started first to verify pressure buildup before each departure. Number Required for Dispatch 4.

and d) Associated engine is started first to verify pressure buildup before each departure. 29 . • Prior to engine start.2008 . c) EMRG BRK LO PRESS annunciator is operative. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Associated hydraulic pump is operative. Caution Airplane must be chocked during engine start. Observe EMER BRK LO PRESS annunciator OFF at 2250 to 2450 psi. Sequence Numbers & Item 29 .HYDRAULIC POWER 30-2 HYD LO PRESS 1 or 2 Annunciators (TFE-731 Engines. select Emergency Brake and operate brake pedals until EMER BRK LO PRESS annunciator illuminates. Number Installed 3.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Number Required for Dispatch 4. follow EMERGENCY BRAKE SUPPLY FAILURE drill.Revision No: 8a . Prior to each departure. Series 1 thru 700: If brake EMERG BRK LO PRESS warning light illuminates in flight.HYDRAULIC POWER Page 2 Sep. SYSTEM. b) Main hydraulic supply pressure indicator is operative. Only) C 2 1 Repair Category 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. • 2. • Start the associated engine first and observe pressure buildup on the main hydraulic pressure indicator.

• Prior to taxi.Revision No: 8a . Number Required for Dispatch 4. SYSTEM.2008 . Prior to each departure: • Confirm Supply Pressure indication is normal. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1) 30-4 Accumulator Pressure Indicators AUX HYD LO LEVEL Annunciator (Series 3 Through 900XP.HYDRAULIC POWER Page 3 Sep.HYDRAULIC POWER 30-3 Combined Brakes and SUPPLY Pressure Gauge BRAKE Pressure Indicators C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided before each departure: a) Main hydraulic SUPPLY indication is within normal limits. Gain access to Nose Landing Gear (NLG) wheel well. 1. 2. 29 . 2. Visually confirm Auxiliary AUX HYD Reservoir has adequate quantity prior to each departure. select EMRGY wheel brake and confirm both 1 and 2 WHEEL BRAKE EMRGY annunciators illuminate. 1. Confirm normal braking independently for left and right brakes. Rev. Deleted. Repair Category 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. 3. Sequence Numbers & Item 29 . b) Emergency Brake Pressure Indicators/Annunciators are verified operative. Only) C 1 0 30-5 (O) May be inoperative provided fluid quantity is visually verified to be adequate before each departure. Number Installed 3. and c) Normal braking is confirmed independently for left and right brakes.

Number Installed 3.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .300 PSI. NOTE: Thrust Reversers may be inoperative with loss of main hydraulic system pressure. check hydraulic pressure indicator pressure to be ~2. 30-7 Thrust Reverser Accumulator Pressure Indicator (Series 800. if installed. Prior to each departure.HYDRAULIC POWER Page 4 Sep. and 2. 850XP and 900XP) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided before each departure: a) Thrust Reversers are verified operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Confirm EMERG BRAKE annunciators illuminate. NOTE: Thrust Reversers may be inoperative with loss of main hydraulic system pressure. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Combined BRAKES and SUPPLY Pressure Gauge is operative. Perform the following prior to the first flight of each day: • With engines not operating. • Operate brakes five (5) times and confirm negligible change in hydraulic pressure.HYDRAULIC POWER 30-6 Accumulator Pressure Indicators (Main and Emergency Brake Only) C 2 1 Repair Category 2. Sequence Numbers & Item 29 . Confirm Main Hydraulic Accumulator pressure is normal. and b) Main Hydraulic Accumulator pressure is verified normal.08/01/2008 (Continued) 1. confirm Thrust Reversers are operative.Revision No: 8a . 1. Select WHEEL BRAKE lever to EMERGY and operate brakes 5 times. SYSTEM. and b) Associated accumulator pre-charge is verified adequate before the first flight of each day.2008 . and 750. 2. 29 . 800XP.

2.ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION Page 1 Sep. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Only) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) WING/TAIL ON/OFF Switch is verified operative. 10-2 1) a) C 1 0 1. 30 . Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided the airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions. Confirm the switch is OFF when not in use by listening for operation of the pump. 3. 2.2008 . (O) May be inoperative provided: a) WING/TAIL ANTI-ICE System is verified OFF (no audible sound from Anti-Icing Pump). Number Installed 3. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Plan flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along intended and alternate flight path. and c) Alternate procedures for accomplishing timing are established and used.08/01/2008 1.ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION 10-1 TKS Airframe De-icing System WING/TAIL ANTI-ICE Control Switches WING/TAIL TIME Switch (Series 1 Through 400. Sequence Numbers & Item 30 . Plan each flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternate destination. 1.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 30---Ice and Rain Protection w Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Use clock or other means to time the use of TKS. C 1 0 Repair Category 2. and b) Airplane is not operated in visible moisture or known or forecast icing conditions. WING/TAIL ANTI-ICE System is confirmed OFF (no audible sound from Anti-Icing Pump).Revision No: 8a . b) WING/TAIL ON/OFF Switch is verified OFF when not in use (no audible sound from Anti-Icing Pump). SYSTEM. WING/TAIL ON/OFF switch is confirmed operative.

HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List - Revision No: 8a - 08/01/2008 1. SYSTEM, Sequence Numbers & Item 30 - ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION b) Time Function (Series 600 Through 900XP and 750 Only) C 1 0 Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) System is verified OFF when not is use, b) Priming can be accomplished, and c) An alternate timing method is established and used. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Confirm the system is off when not in use by listening for operation of the pump. 2. Confirm that system can be primed. 3. Check ANTICE LO PRESS annunciator OFF 15 seconds after selecting airframe anti ice ON. 4. Use clock or other means to time the use of TKS. Plan each flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternate destination. 1. WING/TAIL ANTI-ICE System is confirmed OFF (no audible sound from Anti-Icing Pump). 2. Confirm normal operation of the WING/TAIL TIME Switch by selecting ON and confirming TKS flow. 3. Use WING/TAIL TIME Switch for selecting TKS ON for anti-icing.

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List - Revision No: 8a - 08/01/2008 1. SYSTEM, Sequence Numbers & Item 30 - ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION C 1 0 Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) WING/TAIL ANTI-ICE System is verified OFF (no audible sound from Anti-Icing Pump), and b) Airplane is not operated in visible moisture or known or forecast icing conditions. (O) May be inoperative provided fluid quantity is verified adequate for each flight. May be inoperative provided airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Fluid delivery system is operative, and b) Quantity indication system is operative. May be inoperative provided airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. WING/TAIL ANTI-ICE System is confirmed OFF (no audible sound from Anti-Icing Pump). 2. Plan each flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternate destination. Prior to each departure, confirm TKS quantity adequate for intended and alternate flight path. Plan each flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternate destination. 1. Confirm that TKS system is operative, and 2. Confirm that TKS quantity indication is operative.

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List - Revision No: 8a - 08/01/2008 1. SYSTEM, Sequence Numbers & Item 30 - ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION 10-5 ANTI-ICE LO QTY Annunciator (Series 750, 800, 800XP, 850XP and 900XP Only) C 1 0 Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided fluid quantity is verified adequate for each flight. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Prior to each departure, confirm fluid quantity adequate for intended and alternate flight path.

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Plan each flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternate destination. Plan flight for normal TKS fluid quantity only. 1. Select ENG A/ICE ON for affected engine and confirm normal annunciation. 2. Plan flight such that takeoff and landing temperature does not exceed 10° C for intended flight including alternates. 3. Use Anti-Ice ON takeoff and landing performance data. 4. Monitor engine ITT during flight.

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List - Revision No: 8a - 08/01/2008 1. SYSTEM, Sequence Numbers & Item 30 - ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION C 2 1 Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Airplane is not operated in visible moisture or in known or forecast icing conditions, b) Takeoff and Landing field temperature do not exceed +10 ° C, and c) AFM Engine Anti-Ice ON Performance and Limitations are observed. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Plan flight to avoid visible moisture and known or forecast icing conditions for icing conditions for the intended flight including alternates. 2. Plan flight such that takeoff and landing temperature does not exceed 10° C for intended flight including alternates. 3. Use Anti-Ice ON takeoff and landing performance data. 4. Monitor engine Interstage Turbine Temperature (ITT) during flight. WARNING Do not reach inside engine lip with engine running. With engine running, verify that inlet lip is not heated. 1. Confirm that all engine indicators operate normally. 2. Confirm that ITT EGT increases when anti-ice is selected ON. Plan flight to avoid visible moisture and known or forecast icing conditions for icing conditions for the intended flight including alternates.

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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. 2. Number Installed 3. 800XP. (O) May be inoperative provided “ENG A/ICE” amber annunciators are verified operative. Sequence Numbers & Item 30 . With engines running. 30 . With the engine running and the ENG ANTICE ON confirm (amber) ENG A/ICE annunciator illuminates dim and then extinguishes as the air pressure rises. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) “ENG A/ICE” white annunciators on overhead panel are verified operative. 2.08/01/2008 1. 800. After 2 seconds it should illuminate bright.ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION Page 6 Sep. Select ENG ICE PROT OFF.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Number Required for Dispatch 4. and b) Alternate procedures for determining operation of Engine Anti-Ice are established and used. 850XP and 900XP only) C 1 0 1. Only) C 1 0 Repair Category 2.ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION 20-3 MWS ‘ENG ICE PROT ON’ White Annunciator (Series 600 and 700.Revision No: 8a . With the engine off and the ENG ANTICE ON confirm (amber) ENG A/ICE annunciator illuminates dim.2008 . 20-4 MWS “ICE PROT SELECTED” White Annunciator (Series 750. SYSTEM. Select ENG ICE PROT ON and confirm ITT rise while selected and white annunciator lights in the overhead CG panel are on.

HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List - Revision No: 8a - 08/01/2008 1. SYSTEM, Sequence Numbers & Item 30 - ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION 30-1 Pitot Probe/Pitot Mast Heaters B 2 1 Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Flight is conducted in day VMC flight conditions only, and b) Airplane is not operated in visible moisture, or in known or forecast icing conditions. NOTE RVSM is not authorized. 30-2 Pitot Ammeters (Series 1 Through 400 With SB 34-140, Or Mod. 252733 Installed, Only) C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Pitot/Mast Heater Fail annunciators are verified operative before each departure, and b) Alternate procedures are established and used. 1. Briefly select PITOT HEAT ON and confirm pitot probe has heated for affected probe(s) prior to each departure. 2. Select L & R Pitot Heat OFF and confirm that PITOT HTR FAIL annunciator(s) is (are) operating. 3. Confirm that Pitot Heaters are on prior to each departure. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Conduct flight in day VMC only, and 2. Avoid flight in visible moisture, and 3. Plan flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternates.

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List - Revision No: 8a - 08/01/2008 1. SYSTEM, Sequence Numbers & Item 30 - ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION 30-3 Pitot Ammeter & Selector (Series 600 and 700 With SB 34-140, Or Mod. 252733 Installed, Or 750, 800, 800XP, 850XP and 900XP Only) Pitot/Mast Heater FAIL Light(s)/ Annunciator(s) (Series 1 Through 700 With SB 34-140, Or Mod. 252733 Installed, and 750, 800, 800XP, 850XP and 900XP Only) C 0 Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided Pitot/Mast Heater Fail Lights are confirmed to operate normally before each departure. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Select L & R Pitot Heat OFF and confirm that Pitot/Mast Heater Fail annunciator(s) is (are) operative. 2. Confirm Pitot Heaters are on prior to each departure.

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1. Select Pitot heat ON and check ammeter for normal current for both left and right Pitot Probes prior to each departure. 2. Monitor Pitot Heater Ammeter frequently when in icing conditions.

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List - Revision No: 8a - 08/01/2008 1. SYSTEM, Sequence Numbers & Item 30 - ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION 30-5 Static Plate Heaters (Series 700, if installed, 750, 800, 800XP, 850XP and 900XP Only) B 2 1 Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Enroute operations do not require operation of both static plate heaters, b) Flight is conducted in day VMC flight conditions only, and c) Airplane is not operated in visible moisture, or in known or forecast icing conditions. NOTE RVSM is not authorized 30-6 Stall Vane Heaters (Series 750, 800, 800XP, 850XP and 900XP Only) B 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) VANE HTR FAIL Annunciator for operative Stall Vane Heater is operative, b) Flight is conducted in day VMC flight conditions only, and c) Airplane is not operated in visible or forecast icing conditions. 1. Confirm VANE HTR FAIL Annunciator for operative Stall Vane Heater is operative. 2. Conduct flight in day VMC only, and 3. Avoid flight in visible moisture, and 4. Plan flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternates. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Conduct flight in day VMC only, and 2. Avoid flight in visible moisture, and 3. Plan flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternates. 4. Plan flight to avoid rush operations.

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List - Revision No: 8a - 08/01/2008 1. SYSTEM, Sequence Numbers & Item 30 - ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION 30-7 L and R VANE HTR FAIL Annunciators (Series 750, 800, 800XP, 850XP and 900XP Only) B 2 1 Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Both Stall Vane Heaters are verified operative before each departure, b) Flight is conducted in day VMC conditions, only, and c) Airplane is not operated in visible moisture, or in known or forecast icing conditions. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Prior to each departure, using caution to avoid burns, confirm that both vane heaters are operative, and 2. Plan flight to be performed in day VMC conditions only, and 3. Avoid flight in visible moisture and known or forecast icing conditions.

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Windscreen Heating System Series 1 Through 700 Series Only C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Airplane is operated in accordance with AFM Limitations, and b) Windscreen fluid de-icing system is installed and operative. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Airplane is operated in accordance with AFM Limitations, and b) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions. 1. Refer to Bird Strike Speed in AFM Limitations for temperature and speed limitations. 2. Confirm normal operation of the windscreen de-icing system. 1. Refer to Bird Strike Speed in AFM Limitations for temperature and speed limitations. 2. Plan flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternates.

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(O) Both “B” screens may be inoperative provided airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions. Refer to Bird Strike Speed in AFM Limitations for temperature and speed limitations. May be inoperative provided airplane is not operated in precipitation within 5 nautical miles of the airport of takeoff or intended landing.Revision No: 8a . Sequence Numbers & Item 30 . 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . May be inoperative provided: a) Affected windscreen heat system in not used.2008 . and c) AFM take-off temperature and airspeed limitations are observed. 800. Plan flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternates. Number Installed 3. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES C 4 2 C 4 0 40-2 Windscreen Overheat Lights/ Annunciators C - 0 40-3 Windscreen Wiper Systems (Series 1 Through 700 Only) C 2 0 30 . 800XP.ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION 2) Series 750.ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION Page 11 Sep.08/01/2008 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Plan flight to avoid known or forecast icing conditions along entire route including alternates. SYSTEM. 1. and b) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions. b) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions. 850XP and 900XP Only C 4 3 Repair Category 2. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Airplane is operated in accordance with AFM Limitations. Remarks and Exceptions Heating to one side screen “B” only may be inoperative.

Revision No: 8a . Number Required for Dispatch 4.ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION 1) Park and Slow Speed Function C 0 Repair Category 2. Conduct flight in day only. Number Installed 3.08/01/2008 1. and b) Alternate procedures are established and used for detection of icing and activation of airplane anti-icing equipment. and 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 80-1 Ice Detection System C 1 0 30 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative without an operational restriction provided blade(s) can be positioned in a location that will not obstruct forward vision.2008 .ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION Page 12 Sep. Avoid flight in visible moisture. SYSTEM. 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 30 . and 3. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Airplane is not operated at night. Activate anti-icing systems when near or in visible moisture below 40° F OAT.

Number Installed 3. or • FDR repair was attempted but was not successful. and d) Repairs are made within three flight days. SYSTEM. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Sequence Numbers & Item 31 .09/07/2007 1.INDICATING/ RECORDING SYSTEMS 20-1 30-1 Clocks Flight Data Recorder (FDR) System C D 1 Repair Category 2. Any in excess of those required by FAR may be inoperative. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES A - 0 31 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 31---Indicating/Recording Systems Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . is operative. Remarks and Exceptions As required by FAR. c) In those cases where repair is attempted but not successful.INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS Page 1 Nov. b) Airplane is not dispatched from a designated airport as listed in the operator’s MEL unless: • The FDR failure occurs after pushback but before takeoff.2007 .Revision No: 7 . May be inoperative provided: a) Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR). the aircraft may be dispatched on a flight or series of flight until the next designated airport where repair must be accomplished before dispatch.

INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS Page 2 Nov. May be inoperative provided repairs are made in accordance with applicable FAR’s. 1) 31 . Sequence Numbers & Item 31 . May be inoperative provided repairs are made prior to the completion of the next heavy maintenance visit. and b) Repairs are made within 20 calendar days.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .09/07/2007 (Continued) 1. SYSTEM. Record total flight time and flight cycles per flight in aircraft records.INDICATING/ RECORDING SYSTEMS 1) FDR Recording Parameters Required by FAR A Repair Category 2. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided: a) Cockpit Voice Recorder operates normally.Revision No: 7 . 50-1 Dual Filament Annunciator(s) Filament C One filament in each annunciator may be inoperative. Number Required for Dispatch 4. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 2) FDR Recording Parameters Not required by FAR (Aircraft operated by other than Air Carrier or Commercial Operator certificate holder) A - - A - 0 40-1 *** Flight Hour Meter C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used.2007 . Number Installed 3.

Switch backlight and switch annunciation lights. Switch backlight and switch annunciation lights. left and right.2007 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. Number Installed 3. Switch backlight and switch annunciation lights may be inoperative provided switch operates normally. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 2) PFD REV Transfer Switch Lights C 4 0 3) Multifunction Display Reversion (MFD REV) Transfer Switch Lights Right (R) Primary Flight Display (PFD) Engine (ENG) SELECT Switch Lights C 4 0 4) C 2 0 31 . may be inoperative provided switch operates normally.INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEMS Page 3 Nov. SYSTEM. Repair Category 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .09/07/2007 (Continued) 1. left and right. Sequence Numbers & Item 31 . may be inoperative provided switch operates normally.INDICATING/ RECORDING SYSTEMS 60-1 Transfer/Reversion Switch Lights (Collins Pro Line 21) 1) CDU REV Transfer Switch Lights C 4 0 Switch backlight and switch annunciation lights. left and right.Revision No: 7 . may be inoperative provided switch operates normally.

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SYSTEM. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 40-1 60-1 1) Deleted.LANDING GEAR Page 1 Nov. (O) One indicator may be inoperative provided all primary indicators operate normally. 2) Standby Indicators B 3 2 60-2 Gear Unlocked Indications 32 . Confirm all standby indicators are normal. Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 32---Landing Gear Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Revision 6.2007 .LANDING GEAR 32-1 Main Landing Gear Door Latch Springs Maxaret Unit (Anti-Skid System) Gear Down and Locked Indicators Primary Indicators B 3 2 (O) One indicator may be inoperative provided all standby indicators operate normally. Rev. Deleted. Number Installed 3.Revision No: 7 . Sequence Numbers & Item 32 . D 2 0 Repair Category 2. 3. Relief already provided for in item 31-50-1.09/07/2007 1. Confirm all primary indicators are normal.

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10-3 Master Warning Light Systems (Series 600 Through 850XP Only) C 2 1 One flasher may be inoperative provided all remaining system-warning lights are operative. NOTE Not required for inoperative systems. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 10-2 CAGS Warning Light Systems (Series 1 Though 400 Only) C 2 1 33 . and c) Lighting configuration and intensity is acceptable to the flightier. Number Required for Dispatch 4. SYSTEM. Remarks and Exceptions Individual lights may be inoperative provided remaining lights are: a) Sufficient to clearly illuminate all required instruments.Revision No: 8a . NOTE Not required for inoperative systems. and devices for which they are intended.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 33---Lights Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . controls.LIGHTS 10-1 Cockpit/Flight Deck/Flight Compartment and Instrument Lighting Systems C Repair Category 2.08/01/2008 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 33 . Number Installed 3.2008 . One flasher may be inoperative provided all remaining system-warning lights are operative.LIGHTS Page 1 Sep. b) Positioned so that direct rays are shielded from flight crew members’ eyes.

NOTE Not required for cargo operations.Revision No: 8a . and b) PA System is used to notify passengers when seat belts should be fastened and smoking is prohibited. Confirm Sufficient Lighting for crew to perform required duties. 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 33 .08/01/2008 1. 33 . b) Sufficient Lighting is available for crew to perform required duties. Number Required for Dispatch 4.2008 . 1. and 2. NOTE Turn off all electrical power after Emergency Lighting check to reset the Emergency Lighting System. 20-2 Passenger Notice System (“No Smoking Fasten Seat Belt/Return to Cabin”) Signs C 0 (O) May be inoperative and associated passenger seat(s) occupied provided: a) PA System is operative. Number Installed 3. Select Cabin Emergency lighting and confirm it is operative. SYSTEM. NOTE Cabin emergency lighting does not include floor proximity lights.LIGHTS Page 2 Sep. Remarks and Exceptions (O) Individual lights may be inoperative provided: a) Cabin Emergency Lighting is operative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . and 3. and c) Sufficient Lighting is available for passenger carrying operations at night. Confirm PA system is operative.LIGHTS 20-1 Cabin Interior Light System C Repair Category 2. Use PA system to notify passengers when: ² To fasten seat belts and ² Smoking is prohibited. Confirm Sufficient Lighting for passenger carrying operations at night.

Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used to notify passengers when seat belts should be fastened. brief passengers how they will be informed: 1. and b) Flight crew ensures the INTERIOR LIGHTS EMERG switch is ARMED. 2. before each departure: a) Passenger cabin emergency lighting system is verified operative. and 2. Number Installed 3.Revision No: 8a . Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . When to fasten seat belts. 20-3 EMERG LTS NOT SEL/EMER LTS NOT SLCT Annunciator C 1 0 1.08/01/2008 1. Select Cabin Emergency lighting and confirm it is operative. NOTE Turn off all electrical power after Emergency Lighting check to reset the Emergency Lighting System.2008 . SYSTEM. When smoking is prohibited. Sequence Numbers & Item 33 . and smoking is prohibited. (O) May be inoperative provided. 30-1 *** 30-2 *** 30-3 *** 30-4 Wheel Well Lighting System Rear Equipment Bay Lighting Pannier Lighting System (Except 750) External Baggage Compartment (EBC) Lighting System (750 Only) C C D 1 0 0 0 D 1 0 33 .LIGHTS C 0 Repair Category 2.LIGHTS Page 3 Sep. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Prior to flight. Confirm EMERG LIGHTS switch is ARMED prior to each departure.

Limit operations to daylight hours. SYSTEM. Confirm that both landing lights are operative. May be inoperative for day operations. May be inoperative for day operations. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Repair Category 2. Confirm that both nose taxi lights are operative. May be inoperative for day operations. (O) May be inoperative provided both landing lights are operative. May be inoperative for day operations. Sequence Numbers & Item 33 . (O) May be inoperative provided nose taxi lights are operative. May be inoperative provided Fuselage/Vertical Fin Anti-Collision Beacons are operative.LIGHTS 40-1 1) Anti-Collision Beacons Fuselage/Vertical Fin C 2 0 May be inoperative provided Wing/ Tail white strobe lights are operative and used. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES C 2) Wing/Tail White Strobe Lights C 2 - 0 0 C 40-2 Landing Lights C C 40-3 Taxi Lights (Wing Mounted) C C C 2 2 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 33 .08/01/2008 1.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Number Installed 3.Revision No: 8a .LIGHTS Page 4 Sep. One may be inoperative provided adjacent taxi light is operative.2008 .

2008 .LIGHTS 40-4 Position Lights (Navigation) (Except aircraft with Hawker Winglets) C 3 Repair Category 2. and c) One stationary white taillight. C C 0 0 May be inoperative for day operations. One stationary white taillight may be inoperative.Revision No: 8a .08/01/2008 1. May be inoperative for day operations. Number Installed 3. May be inoperative provided: a) Ice Detector System is installed and operative. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided the following minimum Position Lights are operative: a) One stationary red wing tip light. Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . SYSTEM. b) One stationary green wing tip light. May be inoperative provided an operative white strobe light is located in close proximity to the inoperative white position light. and b) Ground deicing procedures do not require their use. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (Hawker Winglet Aircraft with Light Emitting Diode (LED) Wing tip Lights) C - 5 (All Models) 1) Stationary White Tail Light(s) (all models) 40-5 Wing Ice Light(s) C C C - 1 0 0 33 . Sequence Numbers & Item 33 . NOTE All LED’s in both position lights in each winglet must be operative for night operations.LIGHTS Page 5 Sep.

LIGHTS Page 6 Sep. Install an ‘INOP’ placard adjacent to the Beacon (BCN)/Pulse position on Beacon/Pulselite® switch in overhead control panel ’CG’. Repair Category 2. Sequence Numbers & Item 33 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Locate the Pulselite® Control Unit. 4.Revision No: 8a . Number Required for Dispatch 4. Open the nose cone.2008 . Pull and collar the Pulselite circuit breaker. Disconnect the Control Unit connectors. 3. 33 . SYSTEM. 1.LIGHTS 40-6 *** 40-7 *** 40-8 *** Logo Lights Nose Taxi Lights Pulselite® System D C D 1 0 0 0 (M) May be inoperative provided system is deactivated. 2. Remarks and Exceptions c) MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 40-9 *** Wing Tip Taxi Lighting System D D 1 1 0 0 40-10 Weight on Wheels *** Switch (Automatic Dim Function On Landing) 50-1 Cabin Emergency Lighting System INCANDESCENT LIGHT SYSTEM C 1 0 May be inoperative for all cargo operations and operation without passengers. 5. Cap and stow the connectors. Number Installed 3.08/01/2008 1.

Sequence Numbers & Item 33 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .LIGHTS Page 7 Sep. SYSTEM.LIGHTS 1) Entryway Floor Lighting (Aft Base Crew Cabinet) Exterior Emergency Lights (Over/Under RH wing) LED LIGHT SYSTEM 1) 2) 3) 4) 50-2 *** LH FWD Reading/ Table Lights RH FWD Reading/ Table Lights LH Aft Reading/ Table Lights RH Aft Reading/ Table Lights Floor Proximity Lighting System C C C C C 3 3 2 1 2 1 1 Any two may be inoperative. May be inoperative provided light is not part of Emergency Lighting System. Any one may be inoperative. Any one may be inoperative.Revision No: 8a . Any may be inoperative provided one remains operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4.2008 .08/01/2008 1. May be inoperative for Day operation. Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided both adjacent cabin aisle lights are operative. C 1 0 Repair Category 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 2) C 2 0 33 .

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(O) May be inoperative provided: a) Flight remains at or below FL 295. 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 34---Navigation Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .2008 . Place a placard MAX FL 295 on the instrument panel. and b) A placard which sets forth this limitation is affixed to the instrument panel. Plan flights at or below FL 295. One may be inoperative provided: a) EFIS Airspeed Tape displays are installed at each pilot station and are operative. SYSTEM.NAVIGATION Page 1 Sep.08/01/2008 1. Number Installed 3. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . Repair Category 2. and c) VMO/MMO aural warning system is operative.NAVIGATION 9-1 1) Mach Indications Non-EFIS Equipped Aircraft C 2 1 One Mach indicator may be inoperative provided VMO/MMO aural warning is operative. Do not exceed FL 295. Affix a placard with this limitation on the instrument panel. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES C 2 0 2) EFIS Equipped Aircraft C 2 1 C 2 0 34 . 1. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Flight remains at or below FL 295. Number Required for Dispatch 4. b) One Mach/Airspeed warning system is operative. 2. and b) A placard which sets forth this limitation is affixed to the instrument panel.Revision No: 8a . 1.

SYSTEM. Confirm OAT indicator is operative. 9-5 Non-Stabilized Magnetic Compass (Standby) B 1 0 34 . May be inoperative provided any combination of three gyro or INS (IRU) stabilized compass systems are operative. Confirm FMS (if installed) is operative. Number Installed 3. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Outside air temperature (OAT) indicator is operative. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .2008 .08/01/2008 1. and 2.NAVIGATION 9-2 *** SAT/TAT Indicating System C 0 Repair Category 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .Revision No: 8a . and b) Flight Management System (FMS) (if installed) is operative.NAVIGATION Page 2 Sep. 9-3 *** 9-4 *** True Airspeed (TAS)/Indicating System RMI/BDI Indicators C - 0 C - 1 One indicating system may be inoperative provided one independent compass-heading indicator is available at each pilot’s station.

34 . Airplane is operated with dual independent navigation systems. and b) Airplane is operated with dual independent navigation capability and under positive radar control by ATC. B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative for flights that are entirely within areas of magnetic unreliability provided at least two stabilized directional gyro systems are operative and used in conjunction with approved free gyro navigation techniques. on the enroute portion of the flight. Confirm any combination of two gyro or INS (IRU) stabilized compass systems are operative. SYSTEM.Revision No: 8a . Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Flights that are entirely within areas of magnetic unreliability may be flown provided at least two stabilized directional gyro systems are operative and used in conjunction with approved free gyro navigation techniques. OR 2.08/01/2008 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4.NAVIGATION B 1 0 Repair Category 2. Confirm any combination of three gyro or INS (IRU) stabilized compass systems are operative. and 4.NAVIGATION Page 3 Sep. Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Any combination of two gyro OR INS (IRU) stabilized compass systems are operative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Airplane is operated under positive enroute ATC RADAR control.2008 . and 3.

Repair Category 2. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Autopilot (A/P) with altitude hold is operative. 3.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 2. Flight planning must avoid use of RVSM airspace.2008 . tank must either not be filled or EMPTY/ FULL indicator must be verified operative. Observe AFM VMO/MMO limitations.NAVIGATION 10-1 VMO/MMO Aural Warnings B B 2 2 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Both Mach/Airspeed indicators at both pilot positions are operative. Autopilot with altitude hold is operative. SYSTEM. b) Enroute operations do not require its use.08/01/2008 1. b) If installed. Number Installed 3. 10-3 1) Altimeter Vibrators Servo Pneumatic C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided associated air data computer is operative. For aircraft equipped with Ventral Fuel Tank.NAVIGATION Page 4 Sep. Ventral Tank is either empty or EMPTY/FULL indicator is operative. and c) VMO/MMO Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM) limitations are observed. 1. confirm that both left and right Mach/Airspeed indicators are not flagged. For air data computer driven indicators. and 2. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 10-2 Altitude Alerting System A - 0 34 . NOTE RVSM is not authorized.Revision No: 8a . Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. 1. and c) Repairs are made within three flight days.

Servo Pneumatic may be inoperative provided: a) Associated air data computer is operative. Number Installed 3. SYSTEM.NAVIGATION 2) Pneumatic C 2 1 Repair Category 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Remarks and Exceptions One may be inoperative provided VMC exists at departure and arrival airports.Revision No: 8a . May be inoperative provided VMC exist at both departure and arrival airports. Use the TAT/SAT indicator or the Air Data page in the FMS for Temperature indications. Number Required for Dispatch 4.08/01/2008 1. Deleted. Incorporated into Item 34-20-9.NAVIGATION Page 5 Sep. Revision 6. 34 . Revision 7 MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 3) One Pneumatic and One Servo Pneumatic C 2 1 4) Standby Altimeter Vibrator (With Electric Altimeters Installed) Standby Altimeter Altimeter Static Error Correction Module Outside Air Temperature (OAT) Indicator C 1 0 10-4 10-5 10-6 C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate temperature indicating system (True Air Temperature (TAT) or Static Air Temperature (SAT)) is operative and used. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .2008 . and b) VMC exists at departure and arrival airports.

10-9 20 Vertical Speed Indicator Altimeter Vibrators B 2 1 34 . may be inoperative provided associated annunciation on the PFD is operative. Inoperative switches are placarded Inoperative (‘INOP’) and not moved during flight. (O) Switch backlight and annunciation. Rev 3.NAVIGATION Page 6 Sep. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Associated instruments are operative from independent sources. Confirm PFD annunciation each time affected switch is moved.2008 . left and right. and 2. the pilot with the operating instruments will become the flying pilot. One may be inoperative for day VMC flight only.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Confirm the both ADC’s are providing information to their respective sides (not cross transferred) and in the event of an ADC failure.Revision No: 8a . Associated instruments are operative from independent sources. 2) ADC REV Transfer Switch Lights (Pro Line 21) C 4 0 Confirm PFD annunciation each time affected switch is moved. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. may be inoperative provided associated annunciation on the PFD is operative. Incorporated into item 10-3. SYSTEM. 3. Number Installed 3.08/01/2008 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. and b) Inoperative switches are not moved during flight. left and right. 1) ADC Reversion Switch Lights (Honeywell) C 6 0 (O) Switch backlight and annunciation. No attempt to cross-transfer data should be made.NAVIGATION 10-8 Air Data Computer (ADC) Changeover/ Reversion Switches C 2 0 Repair Category 2.

Number Installed 3. SYSTEM.08/01/2008 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .Revision No: 8a . and b) Approach minimums do not require their use.NAVIGATION 20-1 1) Flight Director System(s) Aircraft Equipped With Honeywell Avionics C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided approach minimums do not require its use. NOTE RVSM is not authorized.2008 . Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES B 2 0 34 . Number Required for Dispatch 4.NAVIGATION Page 7 Sep.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Repair Category 2. May be inoperative provided: a) Auto Pilot is considered inoperative.

Revision No: 8a . Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .2008 . NOTE With Collins Pro Line-equipped aircraft. Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . and b) Approach minimums do not require their use.08/01/2008 1. May be inoperative provided standby attitude indicator is operative. SYSTEM.NAVIGATION Page 8 Sep. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES C - 0 20-3 Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS) / Inertial Reference System (IRS) 34 . the A/P cannot be engaged unless both Flight Director Systems are operative. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided: a) Auto Pilot is considered inoperative.NAVIGATION 2) Aircraft Equipped With Collins Avionics B 2 0 Repair Category 2. 20-2 1) Turn and Bank Indication Rate of Turn Indication C 1 Turn function of one instrument may be inoperative provided flight is conducted in VMC conditions only. Number Installed 3. NOTE RVSM is not authorized.

2. Inoperative switches are placarded ‘INOP’ and not moved during flight. b) AFM limitations are observed. and in the event of an AHRS failure the pilot with the operative instruments will be the flying pilot. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . and 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4.NAVIGATION Page 9 Sep. Select and confirm operation of Standby Attitude Reference System. 20-4 Compass and Attitude/AHRS Changeover/ Reversion Switches C 2 0 34 . Autopilot is not used.08/01/2008 1. SYSTEM.NAVIGATION 1) Primary AHRS/IRS B 2 1 Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Associated instruments are operative from independent sources. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Standby attitude reference system is selected and verified operative. 1.Revision No: 8a .2008 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . No attempt should be made to cross transfer data. and c) Autopilot (A/P) is not used. (O) May be inoperative provided both primary AHRS/IRS systems are verified operative. Confirm associated instruments are operative from independent sources. 3. and b) Inoperative switches are not moved during flight. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Confirm the switch is not in the cross transfer position. 2) Standby AHRS/ IRS C 1 0 Select and confirm Primary Attitude Reference System.

NAVIGATION Page 10 Sep. left and right. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .Revision No: 8a . (O) Switch backlight and annunciation.NAVIGATION 1) AHRS Reversion Switch Lights (Honeywell) C 6 0 Repair Category 2. SYSTEM.2008 . Remarks and Exceptions (O) Switch backlight and annunciation. 34 . Revision 6. left and right. may be inoperative provided associated annunciation on the PFD is operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Number Installed 3. may be inoperative provided associated annunciation on the PFD is operative.08/01/2008 1. 20-5 *** Angle of Attack System (Series 1 thru 700) Teledyne AOA System (BAe-125-800 & Hawker 800 Only) C - 0 C 1 0 20-6 Standby Attitude Indicator Incorporated into Item 34-20-9. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Confirm PFD annunciation each time affected switch is moved.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 2) AHS REV Transfer Switch Lights (Pro Line 21) C 4 0 Confirm PFD annunciation each time affected switch is moved.

3. 34 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . the Reversion Switches are not used to transfer data. Number Installed 3. may be inoperative provided associated annunciation on the PFD is operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4.NAVIGATION 20-7 Symbol Generator Reversion Switches C 2 0 Repair Category 2. and b) Inoperative switches are not moved during flight. Confirm the switch is not in a cross transfer position and in the event of a symbol generator failure on either side. left and right. and 2. and b) Flight crew monitors instrument indications for accuracy. 1) SG Reversion Switch Lights (Honeywell) C 6 0 (O) Switch backlight and annunciation. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Approach minimums do not require its use.Revision No: 8a .NAVIGATION Page 11 Sep. Confirm PFD annunciation each time affected switch is moved. 20-8 Instrument Comparator C - 0 Plan flight to avoid requirement for Comparator. Inoperative switches are placarded ‘INOP’ and not moved during flight. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Associated instruments operate normally from independent sources. The MFD will be inoperative if this is accomplished. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.08/01/2008 1. However the symbol generator from the MFD may be switched over to the inoperative pilot station. SYSTEM. Confirm associated instruments are operative from independent sources.2008 .

Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. and b) Operations are not conducted into known or forecast Visual Flight Rules (VFR)-on-Top conditions.NAVIGATION Page 12 Sep.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .Revision No: 8a .08/01/2008 1. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1) B - 0 May be inoperative provided: a) Operations are conducted in day VMC. only. Number Required for Dispatch 4. only.2008 .NAVIGATION 20-9 Standby Flight Instruments/ Displays Standby Attitude Indicator(s) (Electro-Mechanical Gyro Horizons) C 0 May be inoperative provided not required by FAR. a) 2) Glideslope/Localizer Indicator(s) Standby Altimeter(s) (Stand-Alone Unit) C B - 0 0 May be inoperative provided airplane is operated in day VMC. 34 . SYSTEM.

2008 . Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES a) b) Standby Altimeter Display Baroset Knob C 1 0 c) C 1 0 34 .Revision No: 8a . May be inoperative provided: a) Operations are conducted in day VMC.NAVIGATION Page 13 Sep. and Airspeed Indicator) OR (4-In-1 Color Graphic Standby Attitude. only. SYSTEM. May be inoperative provided airplane is operated in day VMC only. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Heading and Airspeed Indicator) (Meggitt) Standby Attitude Display C B 1 1 0 0 May be inoperative provided not required by FAR.08/01/2008 1. Repair Category 2.NAVIGATION 3) Secondary Flight Display (3-In-1 Color Graphic Standby Attitude. and b) Operations are not conducted into known or forecast VFR-On-Top conditions. May be inoperative provided airplane is operated in day VMC only.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Altitude. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . Altitude.

and b) Magnetic compass is operative.2008 .Revision No: 8a . May be inoperative provided direct tuning mode is installed and operative for each associated unit. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES e) f) g) h) 24 30-2 Standby Mach Number Indicator Instrument Landing System (ILS) Button HP/IN Button Light Sensor Air Data Computer System Marker Beacons C C C C 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 Deleted. C - 0 May be inoperative provided approach minimums do not required their use. As required by FAR. NOTE Equipment is not operationally approved for steep approaches in the United States of America. 34 . Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Revision 2.NAVIGATION Page 14 Sep. 30-3 *** Microwave Landing System (MLS) C - 0 30-4 30-5 Radio Compass (ADF) System NAV/COM Preselect Tuning Functions C C - 0 As required by FAR.NAVIGATION d) Standby Heading Display(s) C 0 Repair Category 2. SYSTEM. Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided: a) Two independent Heading Reference Systems are operative.08/01/2008 1.

NAVIGATION 30-6 NAV/COM/ADF/ TDR Memory Channels NAV/COM/ADF/ TDR Digital Frequency Selector/LCD/LED C 0 Repair Category 2.08/01/2008 1. Number Installed 3. If Radio Altimeter is displayed. altitudes. approach including minimum 2.Revision No: 8a . SYSTEM.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .NAVIGATION Page 15 Sep. d) Alternate procedures are established and used. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Confirm there is no Radio Copilot will call out altitudes during Altimeter display. Radio Altimeter System A - 0 34 . c) Approach minimums or operating procedures do not require its use. and e) Repairs are made within two flight days. b) TCAS is considered inoperative. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . One pilot side only may be inoperative provided: a) Manual remote tune or dual FMS/CDU tune capability is operative. 1.2008 . (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) TAWS/GWPS is considered inoperative. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 30-7 C - 1 32-1 *** 40-1 ILS Offset System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use. pull and collar the RAD ALT circuit breaker. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided manual tuning is operative. and b) All Digital Frequency Selector/ LCD/LED display units on opposite pilot side are operative.

Remarks and Exceptions As required by FAR. Check departure. 40-3 *** VTA (Voice Terrain Advisory) System or Equivalent Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)/Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS) (Class A or B required) C 0 (M) May be inoperative provided system is deactivated. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 40-4 1) A - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Alternate procedures are established and used. enroute.08/01/2008 1. 34 . recognizing signs of windshear. and 2. Exercise extreme caution and vigilance with regard to vertical descent rate. and alternate weather conditions for potential windshear conditions. Review windshear recovery procedures. promptly act to counter the effects of the windshear as described in the appropriate aircraft manuals.NAVIGATION 40-2 1) Weather Radar System Windshear Detection and Avoidance System (Predictive) C C 0 Repair Category 2. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Alternate procedures are established and used. Number Installed 3. 1. 2. SYSTEM. In the event of a windshear encounter.NAVIGATION Page 16 Sep. 2. 1. and b) Repairs are made within two flight days. Place INOP placard adjacent to system control. radar altimeter readouts.2008 . Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Pull and collar affected circuit breaker(s). Number Required for Dispatch 4.Revision No: 8a . 1. arrival. NOTE Operators alternate procedures should include reviewing windshear avoidance and windshear recovery procedures.

Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. Exercise extreme caution and vigilance with regard to vertical descent rate and radar altimeter readouts. and b) Repairs are made within two flight days. and b) Repairs are made within two flight days. and 2. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Alternate procedures are established and used. SYSTEM. promptly act to counter the effects of the windshear as described in the appropriate aircraft manuals.08/01/2008 1. Number Installed 3. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . NOTE Any mode that is operative may be used.2008 . Modes 1 & 3 (Class B TAWS required by FAR) A 2 0 34 . radar altimeter readouts.Revision No: 8a . Number Required for Dispatch 4. In the event of a windshear encounter. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. recognizing signs of windshear.NAVIGATION (Class C TAWS or GPWS not required by FAR) C 0 Repair Category 2. a) Modes 1-4 (Class A TAWS required) A 4 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Alternate procedures are established and used. Exercise extreme caution and vigilance with regard to vertical descent rate and radar altimeter readouts.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .NAVIGATION Page 17 Sep. Exercise caution and vigilance with regard to vertical descent rate.

3. TAWS alerts are not to be considered reliable.NAVIGATION b) Test Mode A 1 0 Repair Category 2. SYSTEM. promptly act to counter the effects of the windshear as described in the appropriate aircraft manuals. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) GPWS is considered inoperative. In the event of a windshear encounter. and b) Repairs are made within two flight days. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.08/01/2008 1.NAVIGATION Page 18 Sep.2008 . and 2. 4 & 5 (Class B TAWS required by FAR) C - 1 B *** C 3 0 0 34 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Exercise extreme caution and vigilance with regard to vertical descent rate. radar altimeter readouts. recognizing signs of windshear. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . c) Glideslope Deviation (Mode 5) (Class A TAWS required by FAR) Modes 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4.Revision No: 8a .

34 . promptly act to counter the effects of the windshear as described in the appropriate aircraft manuals. and 2. SYSTEM. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. 1. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used.08/01/2008 1. In the event of a windshear encounter. In the event of a windshear encounter. and 2. C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Advisory callout not required by FAR.NAVIGATION d) Advisory Callouts B 0 Repair Category 2. recognizing signs of windshear.Revision No: 8a .NAVIGATION Page 19 Sep. recognizing signs of windshear. Exercise extreme caution and vigilance with regard to vertical descent rate. and b) Alternate procedures are established and used. Exercise extreme caution and vigilance with regard to vertical descent rate. radar altimeter readouts.2008 . promptly act to counter the effects of the windshear as described in the appropriate aircraft manuals.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . radar altimeter readouts. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .

and 2. In the event of a windshear encounter. and b) Windshear Detection and Avoidance System (Predictive) operates normally.NAVIGATION Page 20 Sep.NAVIGATION e) *** Windshear Mode (Reactive) (Class A TAWS required by FAR) B 1 0 Repair Category 2. promptly act to counter the effects of the windshear as described in the appropriate aircraft manuals.Revision No: 8a . NOTE: Operator’s alternate procedure should include reviewing windshear avoidance and windshear recovery procedures.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .2008 . Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. Number Required for Dispatch 4. SYSTEM. promptly act to counter the effects of the windshear as described in the appropriate aircraft manuals. and 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. 34 . Exercise extreme caution and vigilance with regard to vertical descent rate. radar altimeter readouts. Number Installed 3. Exercise extreme caution and vigilance with regard to vertical descent rate recognizing signs of windshear. In the event of a windshear encounter. (Class A TAWS required by FAR) C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Alternate procedures are established and used.08/01/2008 1. recognizing signs of windshear.

Number Installed 3.NAVIGATION (Class B TAWS required by FAR) C 1 0 Repair Category 2.2008 . 2) Terrain System – Forward Looking Terrain Avoidance (FLTA) and Premature Descent Alert (PDA) Functions Terrain Displays (Class A TAWS required) (Class B TAWS required) Runway Awareness & Advisory System (RAAS) Lightning Sensor System B - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. recognizing signs of windshear. Exercise extreme caution and vigilance with regard to vertical descent rate.NAVIGATION Page 21 Sep. and 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Exercise extreme caution and vigilance with regard to vertical descent rate and radar altimeter readouts. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.08/01/2008 1. 3) C - 1 B *** 4) *** 40-5 *** C C 1 0 0 0 C - 0 34 . Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . radar altimeter readouts. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used.Revision No: 8a . In the event of a windshear encounter. promptly act to counter the effects of the windshear as described in the appropriate aircraft manuals. SYSTEM.

Revision No: 8a .NAVIGATION Page 22 Sep. and 3. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES C C - 0 C - - 34 . b) Procedures are established and used to verify status and suitability of Navigation Facilities used to define route of flight. and c) Approach Navigation Radios are manually tuned and identified. and 2. The status and suitability of Navigation Facilities used to define route of flight are checked prior to each flight.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . (O) May be out of currency provided: a) Current Aeronautical Charts are used to verify Navigation Fixes before dispatch. Confirm that flight may be conducted without FMS (See Item 28-42-2). May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . As required by FAR. SYSTEM. Current Aeronautical Charts are used to confirm Navigation Fixes prior to dispatch. (O) May be inoperative provided operations do not require FMS. Number Required for Dispatch 4.2008 . Repair Category 2.NAVIGATION 40-6 *** 40-7 *** 42-1 *** 43-1 *** 50-1 50-2 *** 1) Radarnav/Datanav System Storm Scope TACAN Number 2 Tuning System ATC Transponder Attenuation System LNAV or RNAV Systems Flight Management Systems (FMS) NAV Data Base C D C C 1 1 0 0 0 0 May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use.08/01/2008 1. Number Installed 3. Approach Navigation radios are manually tuned and identified. 1.

Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .Revision No: 8a .NAVIGATION Page 23 Sep. Number Installed 3.08/01/2008 1. approval is obtained from ATC facilities having jurisdiction over the planned route of flight.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . As required by FAR. May be inoperative provided one is operative at each pilot position. As required by FAR. 2) C - 2 50-5 50-6 *** C C - 0 34 . Remarks and Exceptions Any in excess of those required by FAR may be inoperative.NAVIGATION 50-3 Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) Systems ATC Transponders and Automatic Altitude Reporting Systems D Repair Category 2. NOTE RVSM is not authorized. D 1) Elementary and Enhanced Downlink Aircraft Reportable Parameters not Required by FAR ATC Transponder Identification (Ident) Buttons VHF Navigation (VOR/ILS) System Global Positioning System (GPS) A - 1 0 Any in excess of those required by FAR may be inoperative. and b) Prior to flight.2008 . May be inoperative provided: a) Enroute operations do not require its use. Number Required for Dispatch 4. and b) Repairs are made prior to completion of the next heavy maintenance visit. SYSTEM. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 50-4 B - 0 May be inoperative provided: a) Enroute operations do not require their use.

Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .NAVIGATION Page 24 Sep. the repair category in the operator’s Minimum Equipment List (MEL) will be the same as that of the 14 CFR required equipment.2008 .NAVIGATION 50-7 *** Traffic Advisory System (B. 1) Link and Display Processor Unit (LDPU) D - 0 NOTE Cockpit Display Traffic Information (CDTI) display of data from other aircraft systems may be used. NOTE If ADS-B is installed in lieu of or as a replacement for 14 CFR required equipment. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 50-8 D - 0 May be inoperative provided it is not required by 14 CFR. 34 . Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 2) Cockpit Display and Traffic Information (CDTI) CDTI Control Panel D - 0 NOTE ADS-B data transmissions may continue.F.Revision No: 8a . and b) Screen Display is acceptable to the flight crew. Number Installed 3.08/01/2008 1. 3) D - 0 May be inoperative provided: a) Flight Identification (ID) can be set. Goodrich Skywatch/ SKY-497) Automatic Dependent SurveillanceBroadcast (ADS-B) System D 1 0 Repair Category 2. SYSTEM.

Use ATC on (modes S and A) or ATC – ALT (modes A. Repair Category 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Pull TCAS circuit breaker and tie-wrap. 2. Install “TCAS INOP” placards on both RMU’s for Honeywell equipped aircraft and near the FMS-CDU for Collins equipped aircraft. Confirm the associated (M) procedure has been completed to deactivate and secure the system. Use ATC on (modes S and A) or ATC – ALT (modes A. 2. S). NOTE TCAS is not required on any aircraft with a seating configuration of less than 10 seats. and it is not required by FAR 91.Revision No: 8a . and b) Enroute or approach procedures do not require its use. S).HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 2. C. 1.180. Install “TCAS INOP” placards on both RMU’s for Honeywell equipped aircraft and near the FMS-CDU for Collins equipped aircraft. Plan flight so enroute and approach procedures do not require use of TCAS.2008 . Plan flight so enroute and approach procedures do not require use of TCAS. 3. 3. Confirm the associated (M) procedure has been completed to deactivate and secure the system. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .NAVIGATION 4) 5) 60-1 Data Link Transmitters Data Link Receivers Traffic Collision and Avoidance System (TCAS I) D D B 0 0 0 (M) May be inoperative provided: a) System is deactivated and secured. C. Number Installed 3. 1. SYSTEM. per FAR 135.08/01/2008 1. 2. 34 . Pull TCAS circuit breaker and tie-wrap. excluding any pilot seat. b) System is deactivated and secured.NAVIGATION Page 25 Sep. and c) Enroute or approach procedures do not require its use. 1. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES C - 0 (M) May be inoperative provided: a) System not required by FAR. 1.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1. Confirm the associated (M) procedure has been completed to deactivate and secure the system. and b) Enroute or approach procedures do not require its use. Pull TCAS circuit breaker and tie-wrap. b) System is deactivated and secured. 3.2008 .08/01/2008 1. and it is not required by FAR 91. Install “TCAS INOP” placards on both RMU’s for Honeywell equipped aircraft and near the FMS-CDU for Collins equipped aircraft. 2.Revision No: 8a .NAVIGATION Page 26 Sep. C. C. Plan flight so enroute and approach procedures do not require use of TCAS. 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) System is deactivated and secured. 2. S). 2. NOTE TCAS is not required on any aircraft with a seating configuration of less than 10 seats. Plan flight so enroute and approach procedures do not require use of TCAS. 34 . SYSTEM. C - 0 (M) May be inoperative provided: a) System not required by FAR. 2. 3. excluding any pilot seat.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Confirm the associated (M) procedure has been completed to deactivate and secure the system. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. and c) Enroute or approach procedures do not require its use. Install “TCAS INOP” placards on both RMU’s for Honeywell equipped aircraft and near the FMS-CDU for Collins equipped aircraft.180. Use ATC on (modes S and A) or ATC-ALT (modes A.NAVIGATION (TCAS II) B 0 Repair Category 2. S). Number Required for Dispatch 4. Pull TCAS circuit breaker and tie-wrap. Number Installed 3. per FAR 135. Use ATC on (modes S and A) or ATC – ALT (modes A. 1.

NAVIGATION Page 27 Sep. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . 3. 2. and c) Enroute and/or approach procedures do not required their use. Plan flight such that TA mode is not required. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 2) Resolution Advisory (RA) Display Systems C 2 1 C - 0 3) Traffic Alert (TA) Display System(s) C - 0 1.Revision No: 8a . (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Traffic Alert (TA) visual display and audio functions are operative. b) TA only mode is selected by the crew. and b) TA and RA audio function is operative on the flying pilot’s side. Place INOP Placard adjacent to affected TA position. Number Installed 3. 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Place INOP Placard adjacent to affected RA position. and b) Enroute and/or approach procedures do not require its use. SYSTEM. Confirm visual and audio functions. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) RA visual display and audio functions are operative. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative on the non-flying pilot side provided: a) TA and RA visual display is operative on the flying pilot’s side.NAVIGATION 1) Combined Traffic Alert (TA) and Resolution Advisory (RA) Dual Display System(s) C 2 1 Repair Category 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. 2. Confirm visual and audio functions. 4) Audio Functions B 1 0 34 . May be inoperative provided enroute or approach operations do not require use of TCAS. 1. 3. 4.2008 . Select only TA mode. May be inoperative on non-flying pilot’s side. Select only RA mode.08/01/2008 1. Plan flight such that RA mode is not required.

Confirm standby attitude indicator is operative. C 0 Deleted Revision 7. Maintain cabin temperature below 35° C. b) Bearing Distance indicator (BDI) and standby compass are operative. Confirm BDI and standby compass is operative.08/01/2008 1. Repair Category 2. 4. and d) Repairs are made within three flight days.NAVIGATION Page 28 Sep. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . conflicts with other Windshear Detection Relief.2008 .Revision No: 8a . c) Cabin temperature can be maintained below 35° C. Number Installed 3. 1. Make repairs within three flight days. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1) 34 . 3.NAVIGATION 5) 60-2 *** 70-1 Airspace Selection Function Windshear Detector System EFIS/MFD Cooling Fans (Except Collins Pro Line 21-Equipped A/C) Aircraft with 5 Fans Installed A 5 4 (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Standby attitude indicator is operative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . SYSTEM. and 2.

Maintain cabin temperature below 35° C. Verify that associated EFIS/ MFD FAN FAIL Annunciators are operative. b) Distance Bearing Indicator (BDI) and standby compass are operative. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Number Installed 3.NAVIGATION 2) Aircraft with 3 Fans Installed A 3 2 Repair Category 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . SYSTEM.Revision No: 8a .NAVIGATION Page 29 Sep.08/01/2008 1. Verify all of the following fans are operating: • DPU fan 2 ea • MPU fan 1 ea • EFIS fan 2 ea • MFD fan 1 ea. and d) Repairs are made within three flight days. Reach up behind the instrument panel and verify the EFIS instrument blower/s and/or the MFD blower is forcing air out its respective piccolo tube. 2.2008 . and b) Associated EFIS/MFD FAN FAIL annunciators are operative. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Standby attitude indicator is operative. 4. 800 and 800XP. 70-2 EFIS/MFD OVHT Annunciators (Series 700. and 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Confirm standby attitude indicator is operative. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . (M) May be inoperative provided: a) All EFIS/MFD cooling fans are verified operative before each departure. Except Pro Line 21 Equipped Aircraft) C - 0 34 . 3. Make repairs within three flight days. 1. c) Cabin temperature can be maintained below 35° C. Confirm BDI and standby compass is operative.

b) Associated EFIS/MFD FAN FAIL Annunciators are operative.NAVIGATION Page 30 Sep. SYSTEM. Confirm Nose Avionics Fan Door is OPEN and airflow is present. and 3. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . 3. Confirm Nose Avionics Fan Door is OPEN and airflow is present with power ON. Confirm EFIS/MFD Overheat annunciators’ operation. and 2.Revision No: 8a . Confirm EFIS/MFD Fan Fail annunciators’ operation. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Nose Cooling Fan and Fan Door are verified operative. Number Installed 3. 800XP Only Except Pro Line 21 Equipped Aircraft) C - - 34 . Limit use of EFIS/MFD ground use to 30 minutes before takeoff and after landing.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Number Required for Dispatch 4. and 2. and c) Ground use of EFIS is limited to not more than 30 minutes. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.2008 .08/01/2008 1. b) Associated EFIS/MFD OVHT Annunciators are operative. and c) Ground use of EFIS is limited to not more than 30 minutes. 1. 70-3 EFIS/MFD FAN FAIL Annunciators (Series 700. (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Nose Cooling Fan and Fan Door are verified operative before each departure. Limit use of EFIS/MFD ground use to 30 minutes before takeoff and after landing.NAVIGATION C Repair Category 2. 800.

Reach up behind the instrument panel and verify EFIS instrument blower/s and/ or the MFD blower is forcing air out its respective piccolo tube.NAVIGATION Page 31 Sep.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . b) Associated EFIS/MFD OVHT Annunciators are operative. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 70-4 1) Electronic Flight Displays (EFD’s) Non-Collins Pro Line 21 Equipped Aircraft. b) RMI/BDI’s) is/are operative. Remarks and Exceptions (M) May be inoperative provided: a) All EFIS/MFD cooling fans are verified operative before each departure. Confirm an EADI is available on the RH side. The captain will determine if this is a safe configuration for the flight. Assure all of the following fans are operative: • DPU fan 2 ea • MPU fan 1 ea • EFIS fan 2 ea • MFD fan 1 ea.Revision No: 8a . Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . and c) Standby Instrument(s) are operative. Only B 4 3 (O) One unit may be inoperative provided: a) Inoperative display is positioned in the Right Side EHSI location. Two EFD’s will display on the LH side. Number Required for Dispatch 4. SYSTEM. and c) Ground use of EFIS is limited to not more than 30 minutes.2008 . Verify associated EFIS/MFD OVHT Annunciators are operative.NAVIGATION C 0 Repair Category 2.08/01/2008 1. 34 . Number Installed 3. 2.

NAVIGATION Page 32 Sep. DPU. Number Installed 3.Revision No: 8a . MSG. (O) May be inoperative provided: 1. and b) Each pilot’s EFIS is driven be an operative independent symbol generator unit (SGU. DPU. MSG. Refer to the applicable Avionics Operating Manual for guidance.2008 . Remarks and Exceptions Right side MFD position may be inoperative. 4. 3. and 2. the EFB is affected (Refer to Chapter 46). DPU. 70-5 EFIS Symbol Generator Units (SGU. or MPU which is operative. When radar is required.NAVIGATION 2) Collins Pro Line 21 Equipped Aircraft B 4 3 Repair Category 2. MSG. 70-7 *** 1) EADI Annunciator/ Displays FAST/SLOW Indications C 2 0 34 . Plan flight ensuring procedures do not require its use. SYSTEM. NOTE With IFIS-5000 AFD installed. Procedures do not require its use. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 70-6 Multi-Function Display (MFD) (Except Pro Line 21 Equipped Aircraft) C 1 0 1. and 2. 1 (left side) SGU/ DPU remains operative. Printed checklist will be used since the electronic checklist will be inoperative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Confirm each pilots’ EFIS is driven by an independent SGU. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .08/01/2008 1. or MPU). and/or MPU) B 3 2 (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) The No. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Confirm both pilots’ Symbol Generators are operative. at least one radar display is operative. When radar is required. at least one radar display is operative.

08/01/2008 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 .2008 . Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions Deleted Revision 4.NAVIGATION 70-8 Laser Altimeter (FAA Flight Inspection Aircraft Only) Repair Category 2.Revision No: 8a . Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .NAVIGATION Page 33 Sep. SYSTEM. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 34 .

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Plan flight ensuring that the procedures do not require its use. SYSTEM. Ensure that one RADAR display is operative. observing operation with independent control using each respective Display Controller.NAVIGATION 70-9 Multifunction Display Controller (Honeywell Equipped Aircraft. and d) Alternate Normal and Emergency Procedures are established and used. • Select Copilot’s SG pushbutton and confirm an amber boxed SG1 in both EADIs. • Confirm reversionary switching works normally by selecting Pilot’s SG pushbutton and observing amber boxed SG2 in both EADIs. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Procedures do not require its use.Revision No: 8a . and 3.08/01/2008 1. Deselect SG pushbutton and confirm SG1 annunciation is removed. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . Number Installed 3. at least one Radar Display is verified operative before each departure. 34 .NAVIGATION Page 34 Sep. Ensure that both SG’s and reversionary switching are operative. and c) Before each departure. Number Required for Dispatch 4. • Confirm both SG’s are operative.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 4. and 2. b) When Radar is required.2008 . both Symbol Generators (SG) and their reversionary switching are verified operative. • Deselect SG pushbutton and confirm the SG2 annunciation is removed. Only) C 1 0 Repair Category 2.

Number Required for Dispatch 4. and b) Ground operation of the EFIS and MFD is limited to not more than 30 minutes.08/01/2008 1.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Limit ground operation of the EFIS and MFD to 30 minutes. 2. See abnormal checklist for NOSE FAN. 2. See abnormal checklist for NOSE FAN. 34 .2008 . 3. 70-11 Electronic Checklist System and Controls C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate checklists and procedures are used. Confirm door is closed for aircraft with external fan door. Confirm door is closed for aircraft with external fan door.NAVIGATION Page 35 Sep. Limit ground operation of the EFIS and MFD to 30 minutes. Number Installed 3. 1. SYSTEM. Follow AFM abnormal procedures. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . Use paper or approved alternate checklist. and b) Ground operation of the EFIS and MFD is limited to not more than 30 minutes. 1. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 2) Avionics Cooling Fan Door C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Avionics Cooling Fan Door remains closed. Repair Category 2.Revision No: 8a . Follow AFM abnormal procedures.NAVIGATION 70-10 Nose Compartment Avionics Cooling System (Except Pro Line 21 Equipped Aircraft) 1) Avionics Cooling Fan C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Avionics Cooling Fan Door remains closed. 3.

etc.08/01/2008 1. Sequence Numbers & Item 34 . Repair Category 2.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .NAVIGATION Page 36 Sep.NAVIGATION 70-12 Nose Compartment Ventilation System (Collins Equipped Aircraft Except Pro-Line 21) 1) Avionics Cooling Fan Low Speed Warning Detector Avionics Cooling Fan Nose FAIL Annunciator Airborne Flight Instrument System (AFIS) C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative OFF provided Avionics Nose Cooling Fan is verified operative. Check for airflow from Avionics Nose Cooling Fan. Number Required for Dispatch 4. SYSTEM. Utilize any other type of communication available such as Flight Phone. HF/VHF phone patch. (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used.Revision No: 8a . Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 2) C 1 0 80-1 *** D - 0 34 .2008 . Check for airflow from Avionics Nose Cooling Fan. (M) May be inoperative OFF provided Avionics Nose Cooling Fan is verified operative.

1. 2) Cockpit Gauge C 1 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Flight remains at or below 10.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 35---Oxygen Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Make sure the cockpit gauge is operative. Make sure the contents are full after oxygen system servicing. Provide appropriate passenger briefing. SYSTEM.Revision No: 8a . c) An acceptable procedure is used to confirm oxygen supply is above minimum required to complete the AFM smoke evacuation procedures. Make sure by viewing the ACT/POM Oxygen Servicing Gauge that adequate oxygen is available for performing Emergency Smoke Evacuation procedures. and d) Passengers are appropriately briefed.08/01/2008 1.OXYGEN 00-1 1) Oxygen Content Indicator(s) Servicing Gauge D 0 (M) May be inoperative provided: a) Cockpit gauge is verified operative. 35 .000 feet MSL. b) Fault is verified to be in the indicator only and have no leaks. Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Make sure the fault is in the indicator only and no leaks exist. Plan flight for operation at or below 10. Sequence Numbers & Item 35 .OXYGEN Page 1 Jul.2009 . 2. 1. 2. and b) Contents are verified full after servicing the oxygen system.000 feet Mean Sea Level (MSL). Number Required for Dispatch 4. 3.

1. Number Required for Dispatch 4.OXYGEN Page 2 Jul. d) Oxygen supply to flight crew is verified adequate to meet operations being conducted. 3.2009 . Repair Category 2. NOTE Aircraft cannot take off with less than 750 Liters of oxygen available for crew use. Make sure the oxygen supply to flight crew is adequate to meet operations being conducted including planning for “Smoke in the Cockpit” procedure. c) Passengers are appropriately briefed. Make sure the inoperative bottle(s) shutoff valve is closed. Make sure the cockpit oxygen quantity indicator is operative.000 feet MSL.Revision No: 8a . Number Installed 3. NOTE Aircraft cannot take off with less than 750 Liters of oxygen available for crew use. 1. and f) Repairs are made within three flight days. Oxygen duration may be factored using the duration data provided in Table 1. Post a placard in the cockpit noting the number and nominal sizes (in liters) of remaining operative bottles.400 Liters but more than 750 Liters of combined volume available for use.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . b) Passenger oxygen supply valve is verified closed. Oxygen duration may be factored using the duration data provided in Table 1. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 35 . Brief passengers that flight will be conducted at low altitude. 4. A (M) (O) Any bottles in excess of 750 Liters useable oxygen may be inoperative provided: a) Aircraft remains at or below 10. Plan flight in accordance with applicable operational FAR.08/01/2008 1. Plan flight to operate below 10.000 feet MSL. 5. 2.OXYGEN 00-2 1) Oxygen Cylinders (Remaining Oxygen Cylinders have less than 1. and 2. e) Cockpit oxygen quantity indicator is verified operative. Sequence Numbers & Item 35 . SYSTEM.

OXYGEN Page 3 Jul.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .08/01/2008 1. 35 .400 Liters may be inoperative provided oxygen supply to the flight crew and passengers is verified adequate to meet operations being conducted.) C 1 Repair Category 2. SYSTEM. Number Installed 3. Make sure the inoperative bottle(s) shutoff valve is closed. Number Required for Dispatch 4.OXYGEN 2) (Remaining Oxygen Cylinders have more than 1400 Liters of combined volume available for use. make sure that the remaining oxygen quantity is adequate to meet operations being conducted.2009 . Sequence Numbers & Item 35 . OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES If one (1) bottle is operative.Revision No: 8a . 2. Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) Any bottles in excess of 1. Post a placard in the cockpit noting the number and nominal sizes (in liters) of remaining operative bottles. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1.

NOTE Oxygen pressure remaining inside the cabin oxygen lines must be decreased before repacking mask.2009 .Revision No: 8a . Remarks and Exceptions (M) May be inoperative provided: a) Manual deployment system is operative. b) Flight remains at or below FL 300. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1. 8. 6. Reset the cabin oxygen manual override knob. 9. and c) Passenger supply valve is operative.OXYGEN 00-3 Barometric Valve Automatic Function C 1 0 Repair Category 2. SYSTEM. 3. Make sure the oxygen cylinders are fully charged and cylinder stop valves are open. on pilot’s side panel. 2.OXYGEN Page 4 Jul. 35 . OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Do not exceed Flight Level (FL) 300. Number Installed 3. Select OVERRIDE on the oxygen control panel.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Sequence Numbers & Item 35 . Open the passenger oxygen supply valve. 7. 4. 5. Make sure all drop out mask boxes have opened and all masks are hanging from lanyard cord. Carefully restow all deployed masks. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Decrease remaining oxygen pressure at each deployed mask box by pulling the lanyard cord which removes the lanyard pin from the valve. and install the lanyard pin into the valve.08/01/2008 1. Let the inlet oxygen pressure exhaust. Place placard MAX FL 300 on instrument panel.

HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List - Revision No: 8a - 08/01/2008 1. SYSTEM, Sequence Numbers & Item 35 - OXYGEN 10-1 Protective Breathing Equipment (PBE) Passenger Oxygen Masks and Stowages D Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions Any in excess of those required by FAR may be inoperative. (O) May be inoperative provided associated seats are blocked and placarded to prevent occupancy. 1. Block and placard any seat with an inoperative mask to prevent occupancy, and 2. Brief passengers not to occupy affected seats. 1. Make sure all components of the pressurization system operate normally. 2. Place placard MAX FL 250 on instrument panel. 3. Flight is not to be conducted where the MEA is above 14,000 feet MSL, 4. Flight to be conducted at or below FL 250. 5. Provide portable oxygen to each passenger above 15,000 feet MSL, 6. Brief passengers. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List - Revision No: 8a - 08/01/2008 1. SYSTEM, Sequence Numbers & Item 35 - OXYGEN 30-1 Portable Oxygen Dispensing Unit C Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (M) Any in excess of those required by FAR may be unserviceable or missing provided: a) Required distribution of serviceable bottles is maintained throughout the aircraft, and b) Bottles not properly serviced are replaced, serviced or removed at the next available maintenance facility. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1. Bottles not properly serviced are to be replaced, serviced or removed at the next available maintenance facility. 2. Bottle is to be secured in its original housing and placarded as inoperative and empty. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

Table 1 Useable Oxygen at Reduced Supply Pressure NOTE Oxygen duration may be factored for the number of bottles installed to number of bottles available and for the percentage of full indication using the following values: Gauge Indication (PSIG) Full (1800) 3/4 (1350) 1/2 (900) 1/4 (450) Useable Capacity (Liters - Normal Temperature and Pressure Dry (NTPD)) Bottle Configuration (Liters - Nominal) 1 X 750 675 487 300 112 2 X 750 1350 975 600 225 3 X 750 2025 1462 900 337 4 X 750 2700 1950 1200 450 2 X 750 + 1096 2336 1687 1038 389 1400 1260 910 560 210

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Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List - Revision No: 8 - 02/18/2008 1. SYSTEM, Sequence Numbers & Item 38 - WATER/WASTE 10-1 Potable Water System C Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (M) Individual components may be inoperative provided: a) Associated components are deactivated or isolated, and b) Associated system components are verified not to have leaks. NOTE Any portion of the system which is operative may be used. D (O) May be inoperative provided: a) System is drained, and b) Procedures are established to ensure that the system is not serviced. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1. Pull and collar appropriate circuit breaker(s). 2. Check associated components to assure that there are no signs of leakage. 3. Install ‘INOP’ placard. NOTE Reference applicable AMM, AMM Addenda, or AMM Supplement for procedures and associated Circuit Breakers. 1. Remove water supply tank and drain existing water. 2. Ensure that system is not serviced. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List - Revision No: 8 - 02/18/2008 1. SYSTEM, Sequence Numbers & Item 38 - WATER/WASTE 1) Basin Drain Mast(s) C 0 Repair Category 2. Number Installed 3. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Associated components are drained and not used, b) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day, c) DUMP VLV is selected OPEN, d) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration, and e) Aircraft is operated at or below 15,000 feet MSL. f) Applicable Oxygen Requirements are established and complied with. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Associated components and water supply are drained, and b) Procedures are established to ensure the system is not serviced or used. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Drain associated components, as needed and install ‘INOP’ placard, 2. Reference Table 1, Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight.

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and 2. SYSTEM. (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Associated components and water supply are drained. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative. Secure lavatory door(s) and placard ‘INOPERATIVE.WATER/WASTE 1) Lavatory Plug Assembly (Lavatory Doughnut) C 0 Repair Category 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. and 4. d) Ram Air and Dump Valves are verified operative before the first flight of the day.2008 . 2) Lavatory Wastes System (except Plug Assembly) C 1 0 1. and g) Aircraft is operated at or below 15. Determine if flight duration is acceptable with toilet unusable. Sequence Numbers & Item 38 . Ensure that Lavatory (LAV) Waste water is drained.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 2. or missing. 38 .Revision No: 8 . h) Applicable Oxygen Requirements are established and complied with.WATER/WASTE Page 3 Feb.02/18/2008 1. b) Pilot in Command determines that flight duration is acceptable with toilet unusable. 3. Number Installed 3. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. and b) Procedures are established to ensure the system is not serviced or used. c) Associated toilet is secured closed and placarded. Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight. e) DUMP Valve (VLV) is selected OPEN.000 feet MSL. Reference Table 1. provided: a) Associated Lavatory Waste Tank is drained. Establish procedures to ensure the system is not used. f) Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration. ‘INOP – DO NOT USE’. Ensure associated components and water supply are drained. DO NOT USE’.

The Passenger Supply Valve may be selected closed to prevent passenger oxygen mask deployment. Passenger Oxygen Masks will deploy automatically when the cabin altitude reaches 12.000 feet MSL +/. 3. provided the aircraft is operated at or below 10.Water/Waste Chapter 38 Para. Configure the aircraft for unpressurized flight: • • 10-2-1. Prior to the first flight of the day and before engine and APU start. Operate at or below 15.000 feet MSL. NOTE Special attention should be given to planning low altitude flights. 2.500 feet. & Stated in each 10-3-1 listed paragraph Select DUMP VLV fully OPEN. 4. Comply with FAR 91. 38 . Ram Air Valve movement can be heard from Rear Equipment Bay when DUMP VALVE OPEN is selected.211 or FAR 135. confirm Ram Air and Dump Valves are operative.157.89 and FAR 131. F/DK VLV positioned as required.2008 .000 feet MSL or the passenger cabin has no occupants.WATER/WASTE Page 4 Feb. Item OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Perform the following steps for unpressurized low-level flight: 1.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 1 Configure Aircraft for Unpressurized Flight 38 .

CENTRAL MAINTENANCE SYSTEM Page 1 Nov.CENTRAL MAINTENANCE COMPUTER 00-1 Maintenance Diagnostic Computer (MDC) (Pro Line 21 only) D 1 0 Repair Category 2. Number Required for Dispatch MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 4.2007 . Number Installed 3.09/07/2007 1. Remarks and Exceptions 45 .Revision No: 7 . Sequence Numbers & Item 45 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Chapter 45---CMC Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . SYSTEM.

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dual redundancy is required for operation. and b) Alternate procedures are established and used. Number Installed 3. 2) *** Mounting Device (Class 2) C - 0 46 .2008 . 1) *** Power Connection (Class 1 & 2) C 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. Sequence Numbers & Item 46 . Any function.02/18/2008 1. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Operations are to be conducted in accordance with FAA approved EFB Policy and Procedures Manual. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used to ensure all information associated with the flight is available in current and appropriate form. SYSTEM.Revision No: 8 . Operations are to be conducted in accordance with FAA approved EFB Policy and Procedures Manual. Note If alternate source is electronic. Remove or secure EFB mounting device to assure the device does not interfere with Normal or Emergency crew duties. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Operations are to be conducted in accordance with FAA approved EFB Policy and Procedures Manual. (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) The associated EFB and hardware is secured by an alternate means or removed from the aircraft.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 46---Information Systems Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . program or document which operates normally may be used.INFORMATION SYSTEMS 10 *** Electronic Flight Bag System (EFB) C 0 Repair Category 2.INFORMATION SYSTEMS Page 1 Feb.

Number Required for Dispatch 4.2008 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3) *** Data Connectivity (Class 2) C 0 Repair Category 2.02/18/2008 (Continued) 1.Revision No: 8 .INFORMATION SYSTEMS Page 2 Feb. SYSTEM. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. (O) May be inoperative provided all affected pertinent flight information is printed and available prior to departure. Sequence Numbers & Item 46 . Operations are to be conducted in accordance with FAA approved EFB Policy and Procedures Manual. Number Installed 3. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Operations are to be conducted in accordance with FAA approved EFB Policy and Procedures Manual. 4) *** EFB Printer C - 0 20 Integrated Flight Information System (Pro Line 21 IFIS-5000) 1) File Server Unit (FSU) (FSU INOP) Message) C 1 0 46 .

Sequence Numbers & Item 46 . Note If alternate source is electronic. 2) Cursor Control Panel (CCP) C 2 0 (O) One or both may be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used to ensure all information associated with the flight is available at the pilot station in current and appropriate form. Number Installed 3. or 2.INFORMATION SYSTEMS *** C 2 0 Repair Category 2. Operations are to be conducted in accordance with FAA approved EFB Policy and Procedures Manual. Traditional paper data will be carried and used for intended flight. 1. Traditional paper data will be carried and used for intended flight. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One or both may be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used to ensure all information associated with the flight is available at the pilot station in current and appropriate form. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1.Revision No: 8 .02/18/2008 (Continued) 1. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 3) *** Communications Management Unit (CMU) C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used for Aircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) and Universal Weather Radar (WX) inoperative. or 2. Operations are to be conducted in accordance with FAA approved EFB Policy and Procedures Manual.2008 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. SYSTEM. dual redundancy is required for operation.INFORMATION SYSTEMS Page 3 Feb. Weather data for the intended flight path including alternates shall be obtained prior to departure. 46 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .

HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .02/18/2008 (Continued) 1. 5) *** XM Satellite Weather System C 1 0 46 . Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used for ACARS and Universal WX inoperative.INFORMATION SYSTEMS 4) *** Third VHF Comm Radio C 1 0 Repair Category 2. SYSTEM.Revision No: 8 . Sequence Numbers & Item 46 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. Number Installed 3. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Weather data for the intended flight path including alternates shall be obtained prior to departure.2008 .INFORMATION SYSTEMS Page 4 Feb.

Place Inoperative ‘INOP’ Placard at APU air valve switch.2007 . Check valve mechanical indicator CLOSED. Locate APU air valve in Rear Equipment Bay. 1. Disconnect electrical connections. 2. (M) (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Air valve is secured closed. and b) APU air switch remains OFF. they may be used.AIRBORNE AUXILIARY POWER 00-1 10-1 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) APU Air/Load Control Valve C C 1 1 0 0 Repair Category 2. In cockpit locate APU Air Valve Switch and insure that it is OFF. APU may be used to provide electric power.09/07/2007 1. 1. bag and stow. SYSTEM. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 49 . 2. If APU and APU generator are operational. 4.AIRBORNE AUXILIARY POWER Page 1 Nov. C 10-2 1) APU Instrumentation Revolutions Per Minute (RPM)/ Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT) Indicators (T62T-40C8D/ T62T-40C8D1 and 36-150/92/100/ APU Only) C 2 0 May be inoperative provided APU is not used. Number Installed 3. 1 0 May be inoperative provided APU is not used. 3.Revision No: 7 . Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided APU is not used. Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 49---Airborne Auxiliary Power Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Sequence Numbers & Item 49 . NOTE If APU and APU Generator operate normally. Do not use APU bleed air.

Number Installed 3. Record APU cycles used in APU logbook. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 49 .Revision No: 7 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Number Required for Dispatch 4.AIRBORNE AUXILIARY POWER Page 2 Nov. Remarks and Exceptions May be inoperative provided APU is not used.2007 . Sequence Numbers & Item 49 . SYSTEM.AIRBORNE AUXILIARY POWER 2) 30-2 *** Ampere (Amp) Meter/Load Meter APU Operating Cycle Recorder C C 1 1 0 0 Repair Category 2.09/07/2007 1. (O) May be inoperative provided an alternate procedure for recording APU operating cycles is established and used.

Number Installed 3.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Chapter 21-10. • Open Left Hand (LH) Pannier Door.02/18/2008 1. • Operate latching handle checking for extension and retraction of all three (3) latching pins.2008 . Repeat above bulleted steps for RH Pannier Door (if installed). perform the following: • Open LH Pannier Door. 1. 1. 2. and • Close and latch door. 3. Prior to each departure. Remove wires ‘K’ and ‘V’ from both connectors. and • Close and latch door. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Prior to each departure. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Sequence Numbers & Item 52 . Prior to each departure.DOORS 11-1 Main Entry Door Unlock Indication System C 1 0 Repair Category 2. 1. cap. 2.DOORS Page 1 Feb. 25-1 Rear Baggage C Pannier/External Baggage Compartment (EBC) Door Unlock Indications - 0 C - 0 (M) (O) May be inoperative ON provided: a) System is deactivated. SYSTEM. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided door is both visually and manually verified to be fully closed and locked before each departure. close and lock door and visually confirm the handle is in the locked position and that each (6) lock is seated.Through 60--Air Conditioning Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Repeat above bulleted steps for Right Hand (RH) Pannier Door (if installed). and stow. Gain access to Connectors ‘UL’ and UK’ through Access Panel F162 behind Baggage Pannier. 52 .Revision No: 8. Check that indication is OFF. and b) Door(s) is visually and manually verified fully closed and locked before each departure. (O) May be inoperative OFF provided door(s) is/are visually and manually verified fully closed and locked before each departure. • Operate latching handle checking for extension and retraction of all three (3) matching pins. and 2.

(O) May be inoperative provided annunciator is not visibly illuminated and associated door(s) or hatch(es) are visually and manually verified fully closed and locked before each departure. hatch door.DOORS Page 2 Feb. NOTE Optional doors/hatches approved for relief under the above include the following: Remote Refuel Panel Door. Number Installed 3.02/18/2008 (Continued) 1. Prior to each departure. Close and latch the lower hatch door. Close and latch the lower 3. Gain access to Connector ‘UL’ Prior to each departure. cap. Rear Equipment Bay Door.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Open the lower hatch door and visually confirm the upper hatch is installed and locked. Single Point Refuel Door. 1. and visually confirm the upper 2. Remove wires ‘H’ and ‘T’ from hatch is installed and locked. SYSTEM. (M) (O) May be inoperative ON provided: a) System is deactivated. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Prior to each departure. confirm both visually and manually that affected door(s) are closed and latched. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative OFF provided associated hatch is both visually and manually verified fully closed and locked before each departure. Ventral Tank Gravity Refuel Door. connector. Check that indication is OFF. and b) Hatch is both visually and manually verified full closed and locked before each departure. 2. C 1 0 70-3 *** Optional Door or Hatch Unlocked Annunciator C 1 0 52 .Revision No: 8. 1. and stow. Open the lower hatch door behind Baggage Pannier. through Access Panel F162 1.DOORS 25-2 Rear Baggage C Pannier/EBC Hatch Unlock Indication 1 0 Repair Category 2. 2. and Lavatory Service Panel Door.2008 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. Sequence Numbers & Item 52 .

Number Required for Dispatch 4.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Sequence Numbers & Item 52 . Confirm the inoperative lock does not prevent the affected door or hatch from being properly closed and latched. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 70-5 *** (O) May be inoperative provided checks are made to ensure the lock does not interfere with normal operation of the latch.DOORS Page 3 Feb.2008 .Revision No: 8. SYSTEM. 70-6 *** Ramp Guard System D - 0 52 . Number Installed 3.DOORS 70-4 Right and Left Avionics Access Doors Door Locks D 0 Repair Category 2.02/18/2008 (Continued) 1. Remarks and Exceptions Deleted Revision 5.

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Review AFM low altitude airspeed limitations for windscreen heat inoperative. 3. 800. Pull and collar circuit breaker. 2. 3. Locate affected SCREEN HEAT CTL circuit breaker. 850XP and 900XP) C - - 1. c) Associated SCREEN HEAT Control (CTL) circuit breaker is pulled and collared. Pull and collar circuit breaker. Place INOP placard adjacent to affected switch.WINDOWS 10-1 Windscreen (Panel “A”) (Series 1 Through 700) C Repair Category 2. Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) May be delaminated provided: a) Visibility through the affected windscreen(s) is acceptable to the crew. and vision is not impaired on the remaining windscreens. 3. 1. 2. and d) AFM limitations are observed.WINDOWS Page 1 Feb. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. 800XP. 56 . Locate affected SCREEN HEAT CTL circuit breaker. Confirm that delamination does not affect visibility. Number Installed 3.2008 .02/18/2008 1.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 56---Windows Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 3. (M) (O) One “A” or “B” windscreen may be delaminated provided: a) Visibility through the affected windscreen is acceptable to the crew. Plan flight to avoid flight in known or forecast icing conditions. 10-2 Windscreens “A” or “B” (Series 750. b) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions.Revision No: 8 . Place INOP placard adjacent to affected switch. SYSTEM. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 1. Confirm that delamination does not affect visibility. 2. Number Required for Dispatch 4. b) Airplane is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions. 2. c) Associated SCREEN HEAT CTL circuit breaker is pulled and collared. and d) AFM limitations are observed. Plan flight to avoid flight in known or forecast icing conditions. Sequence Numbers & Item 56 . Review AFM low altitude airspeed limitations for windscreen heat inoperative.

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ENGINE FUEL & CONTROL 22-1 Engine Synchronizer System (Series 1 Through 800A With TFE-731 Engines Only) C 1 0 Repair Category 2. Observe limitations with APR inoperative. 3. SYSTEM. 22-2 Top Temperature Control System (Viper Engine Only) C 2 1 (M) (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Associated switch remains OFF. Number Installed 3.Revision No: 7 . and c) AFM limitations are observed.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 73---Engine Fuel & Control Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . 2.ENGINE FUEL & CONTROL Page 1 Nov. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) System is selected “OFF”. Pull and collar affected TOP Temperature (TEMP) CONTROL circuit breaker. Select engine synchronization (synch) OFF and do not use. Install ‘INOP’ placard adjacent to engine synch switch. Select associated system OFF. Confirm normal operation of associated JPT indication. Deleted. and c) Associated JPT indicator is operative. b) Automatic Performance Reserve (APR) system is not armed. Engine Electronic Fuel Computer System (Series 1 Through 800 With TFE-731 Engines Only) 73 .2007 . review Aircraft AFM procedures with APR inoperative. Sequence Numbers & Item 73 . Number Required for Dispatch 4. 1. 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Revision 2. 3. Prior to flight.09/07/2007 1. b) Associated circuit breakers are pulled and collared. 4.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. SYSTEM. Number Installed 3. and c) Procedures for monitoring engine limitations are established and used. 24-1 Automatic Thrust Limiter System (Viper Engines Only) Fuel Flow Indicators C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided Revolutions Per Minute (RPM) and JPT can be controlled manually. Observe limitations with APR inoperative.Revision No: 7 . 2) Confirm all fuel quantity indicators are operative. Number Required for Dispatch 4. 4) Fuel consumption will be monitored to ensure that abnormal fuel imbalances do not occur. Page 2 Nov. b) APR system is selected OFF.ENGINE FUEL & CONTROL 23-1 *** APR Computer System (Series 1 Through 800A With TFE-731 Engines Only) C 1 0 Repair Category 2.ENGINE FUEL & CONTROL . Sequence Numbers & Item 73 . and 3) During flight. Confirm that takeoff power can be set manually.2007 73 . 31-1 C 2 1 1) Confirm associated RPM and ITT indicators operate normally. Select APR OFF and do not use. Prior to flight.09/07/2007 (Continued) 1. 5) Fuel flow may be available on the Fuel Management page in the FMS. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) AFM performance limitations are observed. monitor engine gauges to ensure that both engines are operating normally.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . and c) A fuel monitoring procedure is established and used. 2. b) All fuel quantity indicators are operative. review AFM procedures with APR inoperative. 3. (O) One may be inoperative provided: a) Associated RPM and JPT/ITT indicators are operative. 4. Install Inoperative (‘INOP’) placard adjacent to APR switch.

Number Installed 3.09/07/2007 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4.Revision No: 7 . select Ignition “ON”. Sequence Numbers & Item 74 . Ensure that the aircraft is not operated in visible moisture or from wet or contaminated runways.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 74---Ignition Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . SYSTEM.IGNITION Page 1 Nov. Plan flights to avoid any of the above mentioned conditions. 2.2007 . If only one distinct “snap” is noticed only one igniter is working on that engine. and 3. and b) Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions. and • Then listen to each engine for two distinct “snaps”. Prior to each flight. 4. Remarks and Exceptions (O) One igniter on one engine may be inoperative provided: a) Aircraft is not operated in visible moisture or from contaminated runways. • With battery power only on. confirm that only one igniter is inoperative on only one engine. 74 . Aircraft is not operated in known or forecast icing conditions.IGNITION 10-1 Ignition Systems B 4 3 Repair Category 2. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.

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especially when setting takeoff and climb power.ENGINE INDICATING 10-2 1) a) Engine Indications N1 Indicator Digital Readouts Digital Readout(s) (Except Pro Line 21-Equipped Aircraft) N2/RPM Indicators C 0 Repair Category 2. Closely monitor engine RPM.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 77---Engine Indicating Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . Number Installed 3. (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. Prior to each departure.Revision No: 7 . Sequence Numbers & Item 77 . a) 3) Digital Readout(s) Interstage Turbine Temperature (ITT) / Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT) Indicators Digital Readout(s) (Except Pro Line 21-Equipped Aircraft) Power Loss Indicator Systems (Viper Engine Only) Above 92% Light Systems (Viper Engine Only) C - 0 a) C - 0 32-1 C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided all remaining engine indicating systems are operative.ENGINE INDICATING . confirm that the N1 and Fuel Flow Indicators for the associated engine are operative.09/07/2007 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Page 1 Nov. Prior to each departure.2007 32-2 C 2 0 77 . confirm all remaining engine indicating systems are operative. SYSTEM. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 2) C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided N1 and Fuel Flow Indicators for the associated engine are operative.

Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. Captain will brief procedure to be used before each departure. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4. Non-Flying Pilot will monitor and adjust climb power as needed. 2. 3. Ensure climb power does not exceed AFM Limitations. 77 . Number Installed 3.ENGINE INDICATING Page 2 Nov.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .Revision No: 7 .ENGINE INDICATING 32-3 Climb Power Annunciators (TFE-731 Engines Except Pro Line 21 Equipped Aircraft) C 2 0 Repair Category 2.2007 . Sequence Numbers & Item 77 .09/07/2007 (Continued) 1. SYSTEM.

Confirm that the associated (M) procedure for disabling thrust reverser(s) in the stowed position is accomplished.Revision No: 8 . (M) (O) May be inoperative Refer to Table 1 for maintenance provided: procedure. and 3. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4.02/18/2008 1.EXHAUST Page 1 Feb. SYSTEM. a) No damage to the thrust reverser system exists which would adversely affect operation of the airplane. NOTE Care should be exercised when advancing single reverse thrust to avoid controllability effects. and 2. If Installed. Number Installed 3. Sequence Numbers & Item 78 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 78---Engine Exhaust Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .2008 . Plan flight to ensure that safe landings can be made at the airports to be used with the thrust reverser(s) inoperative (INOP). Confirm that no apparent damage to the thrust reverser system exists which would adversely affect operation of the airplane.ENGINE EXHAUST 30-1 Thrust Reversing C System (Series 700 and 800. and 750. 78 . 850XP and 900XP) 2 0 Repair Category 2. and b) A procedure is established and used to ensure that the associated thrust reverser(s) is disabled and pinned in the stowed (forward thrust) position. 800XP.

Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions (M) (O) May be inoperative provided procedures are established and used to ensure associated thrust reverser(s) is disabled and pinned in the stowed (forward thrust) position. SYSTEM.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . and 2.Revision No: 8 .ENGINE EXHAUST 30-2 Thrust Reverser Indicating Annunciators C 4 0 Repair Category 2.EXHAUST Page 2 Feb. NOTE Close attention should be paid to the appropriate brake cooling times as set forth in the Normal Procedures section of the Flight Manual. Confirm that the associated (M) procedure for disabling thrust reverser(s) in the stowed position is accomplished. Sequence Numbers & Item 78 . 78 . Plan flight to ensure that safe landings can be made at the airports to be used with the thrust reverser(s) inoperative.02/18/2008 1. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES Refer to Table 1 for maintenance procedure. OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1.2008 . Number Required for Dispatch 4.

EXHAUST Thrust Reverser Indicating Annunciators Series 700 and 800. 30-2 1) 2) 78 . 850XP and 900XP MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES For NORDAM (Dee Howard) Clamshell Thrust Reversers.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 1 Thrust Reverser Maintenance Procedure 78 . ‘THRUST REVERSER INOP’. NOTE It may be necessary to remove the lockwire from the bolts in the latch box. c) Remove the outboard fairing from each TR. e) On the outboard of each engine install the two latch lock pins through the latch box cover and the latch box. perform the following steps: a) Verify that the airplane bus bars are de-energized and that no external electrical power is connected.2008 . i) Install the outboard fairing to each TR. 800XP. h) Inspect visible operating mechanism for evidence of damage. j) Put a warning placard over the annunciators in the flight compartment reading.EXHAUST Page 3 Feb. b) Open and collar the Thrust Reverser (TR) circuit breakers (Refer to Table 2). (If Installed) Series 750. d) Verify that the TR’s are stowed and latched. g) Lockwire the bolts in the latch box and route the wire over the lock pins. f) Attach the two latch lock pins with screws.

must first be removed. e) Inspect visible mechanism for indications of damage.EXHAUST Page 4 Feb. NOTE Before the inboard access panel can be removed. b) At each pneumatic latch-mounted switch assembly. verify that the switch operating plunger is fully up. f) Check that blocker doors are correctly stowed and free of damage. ‘THRUST REVERSER INOP’.EXHAUST Thrust Reverser Indicating Annunciators MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES For Aeronca Cascade Thrust Reversers perform the following steps: a) Remove the inboard and outboard pneumatic latch access panels. open and collar circuit breakers C4 and D4 (3A) and E1 (5A). adjacent to the pneumatic latch panel. g) Put a warning placard over the annunciators in the flight compartment reading. d) If both systems are to be inhibited. the detachable panels on the engine mounting pylon. 30-2 78 . Insert a stop pin and push the stop pin fully home.2008 . c) At sub-panel DA-E open and collar circuit breaker C1 (LH system) and/or D1 (RH system).HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 1 Thrust Reverser Maintenance Procedure (Continued) 78 . NOTE The stop pin is retained by its handling loop abutting the access panel when the panel is closed.

2008 . 2 Thrust Reverser Ident Panel DA-D RH DEPLOY RH ANNUN RH STOW 78 .EXHAUST Page 5 Feb. 1 Thrust Reverser Ident Panel DA-D LH DEPLOY LH ANNUN LH STOW No.HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST Table 2 Thrust Reverser Circuit Breakers No.

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Number Installed 3.OIL Page 1 Nov. Remarks and Exceptions (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Associated Oil Pressure and Oil Temperature Indicators are operative. There is no evidence of above normal oil consumption or leakage.ENGINE OIL 30-1 Oil Pressure Low Warning Lights/ Annunciators C 2 0 Repair Category 2. Sequence Numbers & Item 79 . MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 1. 4. Associated oil tank is serviced to recommended capacity before each departure. Confirm associated Oil Pressure and Oil Temperature indicators are operative. b) Associated Oil Tank is serviced to recommended capacity before each departure. Monitor the oil pressure gauge during flight to ensure engine limitations are not exceeded. and c) There is no evidence of above normal oil consumption or leakage. and 3. 79 . SYSTEM. 2.2007 .09/07/2007 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4.Revision No: 7 .HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 79---Engine Oil Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List .

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HAWKER 125 (SERIES 1 THROUGH 900XP) M&O FOR MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST 80---Starting Maintenance and Operational Procedures for Federal Aviation Administration Master Minimum Equipment List . SYSTEM. and b) Procedures are established and used to assure that associated generator(s) is (are) on line after each start. and 2) Generator is verified to be on line.) 80 . Number Installed 3. Remarks and Exceptions MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 00-2 C 1 0 00-3 C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided: a) Procedures are established and used to assure that start power and EXT PWR switches are disengaged when engine reaches self-sustaining speed.2007 .Revision No: 7 . Sequence Numbers & Item 80 . 1) Start power and EXT PWR switches are disengaged when engine reaches self-sustaining speed. (Reference After Start checklist.STARTING 00-1 Starter Power Available Annunciator (TFE-731 Engines Only) Starter Select Light (Viper Engines Only) Starter Operating Annunciators (TFE-731 Engines Only) C 1 0 Repair Category 2.09/07/2007 1. Number Required for Dispatch 4.STARTING Page 1 Nov.

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