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ATR 72-600 MEL

REGULATORY STANDARDS
1.

The MEL is under the regulation of CAA part 07-02A for B-registered
aircraft.

2.

The MEL is based on EASA approved MMEL Revision 2, MAR 11.

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CHAPTER 1 MEL/ALERT CROSS REFERENCE


TABLE OF CONTENTS
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CHAPTER 2 MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST


TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS2-00-1
LIST OF EFFECTIVE AGES2-00-2
FORMAT..2-01-3
DEFINITION2-01-5
PREAMBLE.2-01-6
ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING2-21-1
ATE 22 AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM2-22-1
ATA 23 COMMUNICATIONS2-23-1
ATA 24 ELECTRICAL POWER2-24-1
ATA 25 EQUIPMENT.2-25-1
ATA 26 FIRE PROTECTION2-26-1
ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROL..2-27-1
ATA 28 FUEL..2-28-1
ATA 29 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM2-29-1
ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION...2-30-1
ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS2-31-1
ATA 32 LANDING GEAR...2-32-1
ATA 33 LIGHTS..2-33-1
ATA 34 NAVIGATION.2-34-1
ATA 35 OXYGEN2-35-1
ATA 36 PNEUMATIC SYSTEM2-36-1
ATA 42 INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS..2-42-1
ATA 52 DOORS..2-52-1
ATA 56 WINDOWS.2-56-1
ATA 61 PROPELLERS..2-61-1
ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL2-73-1
ATA 74 IGNITION...2-74-1
ATA 75 AIR..2-75-1
ATA 77 ENGINE INDICATING.2-77-1
ATA 79 OIL..2-73-1

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1. FORMATS:

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6
8
7

ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING


ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

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ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING


ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

(REMARKS OR EXCEPTION)
Column 1 : System and sequence numbers - Item
Identifies the system by ATA classification and the item. It indicates the equipment, systems, components
for which dispatch conditions apply. An if installed annotation indicates that the listed item is not
applicable to all models or configurations. It does not imply that the aircraft may be operated, in
accordance with the MMEL, with the item removed, unless clearly indicated in the associated REMARKS
or CONDITIONS column (5) of the MMEL.
Column 2 : Rectification interval
For each applicable item, the rectification interval column indicates the rectification interval category.
Each category is defined according to the following JAR-MMEL/MEL definitions:
Category A
No standard time interval is specified, however, items in this category shall be repaired in
accordance with the conditions stated in REMARKS OR CONDITIONS (5) of the MMEL.
(i) Where a time period is specified in calendar days it shall start at 00:01 on the calendar day
following the day of discovery.
(ii) Where a time period is specified in number of flight or flight hours, it shall start at the beginning of
the next flight that follows the discovery.
- Category B
Items in this category shall be repaired within three (3) consecutive calendar days, excluding the
day of discovery. For example, if it was recorded at 10 a.m. on January 26th, the three-day interval
begins at midnight on January 26th, and ends at midnight the January 29th.
- Category C
Items in this category shall be repaired within ten (10) consecutive calendar days (240 hours),
excluding the day of discovery.
- Category D
Items in this category shall be repaired within one hundred and twenty (120) consecutive calendar
days, excluding the day of discovery.
- Dash symbol -
A dash symbol may appear in Column 2, associated with the annotation As required by National
Authorities in Column 5, to indicate that the rectification interval category is not known, because it
depends on national regulations.

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Repair Interval Extension If, in an exceptional case, a repair category B or C item can not be
accomplished within the given repair interval, UNI AIRWAYS is authorized to give one time extension
under the accepted procedure in GMM 4.14 by CAA. Otherwise shall get the permission of the extension
from CAA. The permission of extension has to be documented in the Aircraft Technical Log Book with the
permission form. UNI AIRWAYS is not authorized to extend A and D items in the MEL. Misuse of the MEL
extension authority may result in UNI AIRWAYS OpSpecs being amended by removing the authority for
UNI AIRWAYS to use the MEL extension authority and/or use an MEL.
Column 3 : Number installed
Shows the number of installed components, it matches with the type-certificated configuration of the
aircraft.
- Dash - indicates a variable quantity installed on the aircraft.
Column 4 : Number required for dispatch
Shows the minimum quantity of components which must be operative for a MMEL dispatch, under the
conditions listed in Column 5 (if any).
- Dash - indicates a variable quantity, minimal required for the dispatchability of the aircraft.
Column 5 : Remarks or exceptions
Gives remarks or conditions linked to a MMEL dispatch. It indicates the suitable conditions and limitations
in the form of placard, maintenance procedures, operational procedures and dispatch conditions as
necessary to ensure that an acceptable level of safety is maintained.
- Asterisk * in column 5 requires inoperative components to be clearly placarded in the cockpit.
- Operational and Maintenance Procedures:
An inoperative equipment may refer to an operational (o) and/or maintenance procedure (m) in the
Dispatch Deviation Guide (DDG), to ensure an acceptable level of safety.
It is the operators responsibility to ensure that all the (o) and/or (m) refer to an appropriate
operational and/or maintenance procedure, or to a procedure established by the operator and
accepted by the National Authority. Then the operator must ensure that these procedures are
appropriately applied.
Both (o) and (m) identifiers used singularly or in conjunction with each other, require that appropriate
procedures be established, published and complied with if flight is accomplished with the item inoperative.
Task mark (o) in column 5 identifies an operational procedure when operating with the associated
inoperative item. Operational procedures may require crew actions, limitations, performance penalties
or crew awareness information to be taken into account.
These procedures are normally carried out by qualified flight or cabin crew, but may be accomplished
by other qualified, approved personnel. However the flight crew must always be informed of the
applicable operational procedure prior to each flight under associated MMEL item.
When flight situation occurs the operational procedures must always be applied under the associated
item (unless its periodicity of application is clearly specified in Column 5)
Maintenance Procedures
Task mark (m) in column 5 identifies a maintenance procedure.These procedures are normally carried
out by maintenance personnel, but some elementary maintenance tasks may be accomplished by
crew members or other qualified, approved personnel. Flight crew can accomplish some of these
elementary (m) procedures but it remains the responsibility of the operator and under its national
authority approval.
However it is recommended that maintenance personnel accomplish procedures that require
specialized knowledge, skills, or the use of tools and test equipment. The maintenance procedures
must always be performed one time before the flight under the associated item and, if applicable,
must be repeated at the interval specified in the Column5

- Different exceptions may be required for dispatch. They will be separated by - OR - and identified by
(1), (2), (3) in column 1.

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- Different conditions may be required for dispatch. They will be identified by (a), (b), (c), and separated
by an and.
Column 6 : MMEL ATA Chapter
Column 7 : Reversion
Column 8 : Page
Column 9 : Issue Date

References
- Another source of information must be reviewed and associated restrictions, and/or procedures must be
applied (e.g. Refer to AFM).
- Another ATA chapter of the MMEL must be reviewed, in order to determine the applicable item. The
repair interval category the most restrictive must be applied.
- References are introduced to assist the Operator in complying with MMEL requirements. However, as
indicated in the PREAMBLE, the Operator is still responsible for determining the applicable
interrelationships and associated requirements.
2. DEFINITIONS
- Inoperative: any time a system and/or component malfunctions to the extent that it does not
accomplish its intended purpose and/or is not consistently functioning within its designed operating
limit(s) or tolerance(s).
- Considered Inoperative: must be treated as inoperative. Therefore the considered inoperative
MMEL item must also be recorded in the Technical log and the associated dispatch exceptions must
be applied, in addition to any applicable (o) and (m) procedure. The shorter rectification interval,
between the initial inoperative item and the considered inoperative item, should be applied.
- Day of discovery: The calendar day that the failure has been recorded in the aircraft maintenance
record/logbook.
- As required by regulation: The listed item must comply with applicable operational regulation.
Operators may refer to the ATC regulation, and/or some local (airport) regulation.
- ETOPS: refers to operation according to Extended Range operations of twin engine airplanes
requirements.
Refer to the appropriate customised AFM.
- Extended overwater flight: Refer to Annex 3 of the European Council Regulation n3922/91, 1.830
- Flight: is defined as the period of time that begins the moment at which an aircraft begins to move
by its own means in preparation for take off, continues during take off and the applicable flight phases,
and ends when the aircraft lands and comes to a complete stop in its parking area.
- Ferry Flight: non-revenue flight with necessary flight crewmember to conduct a ferry flight.
- Calendar days: Some MMEL items are assigned a time interval in days in REMARKS OR
CONDITIONS column 5. Days must be considered as calendar days, not including the calendar
day that the failure was recorded.
- VMC flight conditions: atmospheric environment allows the flight to proceed under the Visual
Meteorological Conditions applicable to the flight.
- Icing conditions: Visible moisture in any form is present, and OAT on ground and for take off is at
or below 5 or when TAT in flight is at or below 7 . Refer to the AFM 2-06.
- Cargo configuration: refers to cargo operations when aircraft is operated with an ATR cargo
installation. In case of STC (Supplemental Type Certificate) installation, operator shall adapt its MEL
with STC supplement.

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- Inflammable or Combustible material: material that can catch fire and burn. Where loading of
inflammable or combustible material is prohibited, no material may be loaded except the following:
cargo handling equipment, flyaway kits (excluding e.g. cans of hydraulic fluid, cleaning solvents,
batteries, chemical generators, etc) and in-flight service material (return catering-only closed catering
trolleys/boxes, no newspaper, no alcohol or duty free goods).
CAT 2 Automatic approach: The required equipment are listed in the AFM 7-01.03
-Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) is the document required for type certification and approved by the responsible
EASA Aircraft Certification Office. The EASA approved AFM for the specific aircraft is listed on the applicable
Type Certificate Data Sheet.
-Deleted in the remarks column after a sequence item indicates that the item was previously listed but is now
required to be operative if installed in the aircraft.
-Flight Day means a 24 hour period (from midnight to midnight) either Universal Coordinated Time (UCT) or
local time, as established by the operator, during which at least one flight is initiated for the affected aircraft.
-Icing Conditions means an atmospheric environment that may cause ice to form on the aircraft or in the
engine(s).

-NOTE provides the useful information for crewmember / dispatcher / maintenance consideration.
Notes are used to identify applicable material which is intended to assist with compliance, but do not
relieve the operator of the responsibility for compliance with all applicable requirements. Notes are not
a part of the provisos.
"OPERATIONS NOTE" provides additional reminder for the crew/dispatcher.
"MAINTENANCE NOTE" provides additional reminder for the maintenance.
-Inoperative components of an inoperative system: Inoperative items which are components of a
system which is inoperative are usually considered components directly associated with and having no
other function than to support that system. (Warning/ caution systems associated with the inoperative
system must be operative unless relief is specifically authorized per the MMEL).
-Deactivated and "Secured" means that the specified component must be put into an acceptable
condition for safe flight. An acceptable method of securing or deactivating will be established by the
operator.
-Considered inoperative means that the item of equipment must be treated as inoperative. For example,
MEL 36-11-03B states that Both Air Conditioning System is considered inoperative and therefore MEL 2151-01B must be applied. Therefore, the Considered inoperative item must also be entered and the
associated dispatch conditions must be applied, including the respective O and M procedures if any. The
shorter rectification interval between the initial inoperative item and the considered inoperative
should be applied.

-Is not used in the provisos, remarks or exceptions for an MEL item may specify that another item
relieved in the MEL is not used. In such cases, crewmembers should not activate, actuate, or otherwise
utilize that component or system under normal operations. It is not necessary for the operators to
accomplish the (M) procedures associated with the item. However, operational requirements must be
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complied with, and an additional placard must be affixed, to the extent practical, adjacent to the control
or indicator for the item that is not used to inform crewmembers that a component or system is not to
be used under normal operations.
-Inoperative means a system and/or component malfunction to the extent that it does not accomplish its
intended purpose and/or is not consistently functioning normally within its approved operating limit(s) or
tolerance(s).
-Visual Flight Rules (VFR) is as defined in FAR Part 91. This precludes a pilot from filing an Instrument
Flight Rules (IFR) flight plan.
-Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC) means the atmospheric environment is such that would allow a
flight to proceed under the visual flight rules applicable to the flight. This does not preclude operating
under Instrument Flight Rules.
-Visible Moisture means an atmospheric environment containing water in any form that can be seen in
natural or artificial light; for example, clouds, fog, rain, sleet, hail, or snow.
-Day of Discovery is the calendar day an equipment/instrument malfunction was recorded in the aircraft
maintenance log and or record. This day is excluded from the calendar days or flight days specified by the
MMEL for the repair of an inoperative item of equipment. This provision is applicable to all MMEL items,
i.e., categories "A, B, C, and D".
-"" Single pointer index symbol in the column 1 indicates when MEL is initiating, FCD must be
informed by maintenance as early as possible but no later than dispatch.
-"" Double pointer index symbol in the column 1 indicates
1. When MEL is initiating, FCD must be informed by maintenance as early as possible
but no later than dispatch
2. Whatever MEL is initiating or existing, station manager or relative station department
must be informed by station maintenance as early as possible but no later than
dispatch.

-Each MEL item may provide more than one set of proviso. If more than one proviso is presented, only
one set of proviso can be chosen to configure the airplane for dispatch.
-Designated airport is TPE.

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3. PREAMBLE
The following is applicable for authorized certificate holders operating under Federal Aviation
Regulations (FAR) Parts 121, 125, 129, 135: The FAR require that all equipment installed on an aircraft in
compliance with the Airworthiness Standard and the Operating Rules must be operative. However, the
Rulers also permit the publication of a Minimum Equipment List (MEL) where compliance with certain
equipment requirements is not necessary in the interests of safety under all operating conditions.
Experience has shown that with the various levels of redundancy designed into aircraft, operation of
every system or installed component may not be necessary when the remaining operative equipment
can provide an acceptable level of safety. A Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) is developed by the
EASA, with participation by the aviation industry, to improve aircraft utilization and thereby provide
more convenient and economic air transportation for the public. The EASA approved MMEL includes
those items of equipment related to airworthiness and operating regulations and other items of
equipment which the Administrator finds may be inoperative and yet maintain an acceptable level of
safety by appropriate conditions and limitations; it does not contain obviously required items of
equipment such as wings, flaps, and rudders. The MMEL is the basis for development of individual
operator MELs which take into consideration the operators particular aircraft equipment configuration
and operational conditions. Operator MELs, for administrative control, may include items not contained
in the MMEL; however, relief for administrative control item must be approved by the Administrator. An
operators MEL may differ in format from the MMEL, but cannot be less restrictive than the MMEL. The
individual operators MEL, when approved and authorized, permits operation of the aircraft with
inoperative equipment .
Equipment not required by the operation being conducted and equipment in excess of FAR requirements
are included in the MEL with appropriate conditions and limitations. The MEL must not deviate from the
Aircraft Flight Manual Limitations, Emergency Procedures or with Airworthiness Directives. It is important
to remember that all equipment related to the airworthiness and the operating regulations of the aircraft
not listed on the MMEL must be operative.
Suitable conditions and limitations in the form of placards, maintenance procedures, crew operating
procedures and other restrictions as necessary are specified in the MEL to ensure that an acceptable
level of safety is maintained.
The MEL is intended to permit operation with inoperative items of equipment for a period of time until
repairs can be accomplished. It is important that repairs be accomplished at the earliest opportunity. In
order to maintain an acceptable level of safety and reliability the MMEL establishes limitations on the
duration of and conditions for operation with inoperative equipment. The MEL provides for release of the
aircraft for flight with inoperative equipment. When an item of equipment is discovered to be
inoperative, it is report by making an entry in the Aircraft Maintenance Record/Logbook as prescribed by
FAR. The item is then either repaired or may be deferred per the MEL or other approved means
acceptable to the Administrator prior to further operation. MEL conditions and limitations, do not relieve
the operator from determining that the aircraft is in condition for safe operation with items of
equipment inoperative.

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When these requirements are met, an Airworthiness Release, Aircraft Maintenance Record/Logbook
entry, or other approved documentation is issued as prescribed by FAR. Such documentation is required
prior to operation with any item of equipment inoperative.
Operators are responsible for exercising the necessary operational control to ensure that an acceptable
level of safety is maintained. When operating with multiple inoperative items, the interrelationships
between those items and the effect on aircraft operation and crew workload will be considered.
Operators are to establish a controlled and sound repair program including the parts, personnel, facilities,
procedures, and schedules to ensure timely repair.
WHEN USING THE MEL, COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATED INTENT OF THE PREAMBLE, DEFINITIONS, AND
THE CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE MEL IS REQUIRED.

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ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

10-1 Flow selector

C 1 0

22-1 Recirculation fan

C 2 0

23-1 Overboard valve

C 1 1

C 1 0

23-2 Underfloor valve

23-3 Extract fan

30-1 Pressurization system

Provided one mode (NORM or HIGH) is operative and


used
Note: some smoke procedures request to select air flow
HIGH. Nevertheless associated procedures efficiency
has been demonstrated with air flow NORM

(o)

Automatic mode may be inoperative provided manual


mode is checked operative prior to each departure and
flight is conducted in order to maintain P 1 PSI
- OR May be inoperative provided it is deactivated, and
(m) flight level is limited to FL170

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative in closed position provided exhaust


mode is selected OVBD, and flight level is limited to
FL170

C 1 0

(o)

C 1 1

May be inoperative provided exhaust mode is selected


OVBD, and flight level is limited to FL170
- OR High speed may be inoperative

C 1 0

(o)

31-1 Automatic pressurization control C 1 0

* (o)

31-2 DESCENT RATE selector

C 1 0

31-3 Electropneumatic outflow valve

C 1 0

31-4 CABIN PRESS indications on


SD cabin
(1) CAB ALT indication

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative, provided P indication is operative

(2) CAB RATE indication

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative

(3) P indication

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative

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(m)

The pressurization system (automatic and/or


manual modes) may be inoperative for a non
pressurized flight.

May be inoperative, for a pressurized flight, provided:


(a) Manual pressurization is operative, and
(b) ALT, RATE and DIFF indications are operative

(m) May be inoperative, provided it is secured in closed


position, and flight is conducted with manual
pressurization: refer to item 31-1

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ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING (Continued)


ATA CHAPTER
1
2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY
3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
ITEM
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
31-5 Ditch function

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative.

35-1 DUMP function

C 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided manual pressurization


is operative

50-1 Pack

C 2 1 * (o)

One may be inoperative provided:


Flight level is limited to FL 170

51-1 Pack valve

C 2 1 * (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:


(a) It is secured closed, and
(b) Associated pack is not used:
refer to item 50-1

51-2 Pack FAULT alert

C 2 1 * (o)

One may be inoperative provided associated pack


is not used:
refer to item 50-1

51-3 Turbo fan

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Affected pack is not used on ground, and
(b) Cruise level is chosen to allow a 150 kt
minimum IAS with one engine inoperative

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ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING (Continued)


ATA CHAPTER
1
2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY
3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
ITEM
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
61-1

Pack AUTO
temperature control

C 2 1

C 2 1

C 2 1

C 2 1

61-3 OVHT alert

C 2 1

63-1 COMPT TEMP INDICATION


(1) Flight deck indication

C 1 0

May be inoperative.

C 2 0

One or both may be inoperative.

C 2 0

C 2 0

May be inoperative provided AUTO temperature


control is operative for the associated zones
- OR Provided COMPT indication and MAN temperature
control are operative for the associated zones

61-2

Pack MAN
temperature control

(2) Cabin indications


63-2 DUCT indication

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(o)

One may be inoperative, provided associated pack


MAN temperature control is operative
- OR One may be inoperative, provided associated pack
is not used:
refer item 50-1
One may be inoperative, provided associated pack
AUTO temperature control is operative
- OR One may be inoperative, provided associated pack
is not used:
refer item 50-1

(o)

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One may be inoperative provided associated DUCT


indication is operative

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23-1 Overboard valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
On ground before departure
VISUAL CHECK OF VALVE NORMAL OPERATION:
OVBD VALVE ............................................................................................ FULL CLOSE
OVBD VALVE ......................................................................................... FULL OPEN
On ground, engine 1 not running
OVBD VALVE ............................................................................................ FULL OPEN
In flight or on ground engine 1 running
OVBD VALVE ............................................................................................ FULL CLOSE
If EXHAUST MODE illuminates amber and P 1PSI
OVBD VALVE .................................................................................... FULL OPEN
CAUTION: Do not select OVBD VALVE OPEN if P > 1 PSI.
P1PSI will be obtained by flying under FL115 and adjusting Z CAB in
MAN PRESS mode in order to keep this P without reaching EXCESS
CAB ALT alarm
Note: Avoid leaving avionics vent selected ON for a long period of time with high OAT

23-2 Underfloor valve / 23-3 Extract fan


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Select exhaust mode OVBD.
Avoid leaving avionics selected ON for a long period of time with high OAT.

30-1 Pressurization system


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Unpressurized flight:
Limitations
Maximum operating altitude: 10, 000 ft
Normal procedures
OVBD VALVE ............................................................................................ FULL OPEN
CAB PRESS MODE SEL .......................................................................................MAN
MAN RATE KNOB .............................................................................. MAX INCREASE
BLEED VALVE ......................................................................................................... ON
Control aircraft vertical speed to take into account passenger comfort.
Note: If manual mode is inoperative apply the maintenance procedure.

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311 Automatic pressurization control
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

Set cabin altitude manually according to table below (P = 6 PSI)


FL
TARGET CAB ALT (ft)

140
0

170
2000

200
4000

170
4.6

200
5.7

250
6750

31-4 CABIN PRESS indicator


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

(1) Check P according to table below:


FL
TARGET (PSI)

140
3.5

250
6.35

(2) and (3) Check cabin altitude according to table below (P = 6 PSI):
FL
TARGET CAB ALT (ft)

140
0

170
2000

200
4000

250
6750

35-1 DUMP function

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

In case rapid depressurization of the aircraft is needed:


MAN RATE KNOB ................................................................................................... MAN
CAB PRESS MODE SEL ......................................................................................... MAN
MAN RATE KNOB ................................................................................ MAX INCREASE
Note: Residual P may be cancelled using the cockpit communication door

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50-1 Pack / 51-1 Pack valve / 51-2 Pack FAULT alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
As an in-flight failure could imply total loss of pressurization, fuel consumption at FL100 must be taken
into account to compute the trip fuel.
61-1 Pack AUTO temperature control
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Adjust manually the pack discharge temperature to obtain the same duct indication as the other pack.
If pack is not used, an in-flight failure could imply total loss of pressurization, so fuel consumption at
FL100 must be taken into account to compute the trip fuel.
61-3 OVHT alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Monitor and maintain DUCT indication below 92C/200F.

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ATA 22 AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (AFCS)

ATA CHAPTER

16-1 Pitch wheel

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
C 1 0 *
May be inoperative provided one TCS is operative

16-2 Touch control steering (TCS)

C 2 0

(o)

One or both may be inoperative.

16-3 Coupling function pushbutton

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided the Pilot Flying is on the


selected side.

16-4 Autopilot quick disconnect


(Quick Release Control)

C 2 1

B 2 0

B 1 0

A 1 0

18-2 Flight Director function

B 1 0

May be inoperative
Refer to MEL22-18-3

18-3 Yaw damper function

B 1 0

May be inoperative provided the RCU is operative.


Note: The Autopilot is inoperative,
Refer to MEL22-18-1
- OR May be inoperative provided the operations are limited to
not more than two flights.
Note: The Autopilot is inoperative,
Refer to MEL22-18-1

ITEM

18-1 Autopilot function

(m) One may be inoperative provided Pilot Flying side


instrument is operative.
- OR One or both may be inoperative provided autopilot is
considered inoperative and not used.
Refer to MEL 22 -18-1
(o)

May be inoperative
Note: Any mode which is operative may be used, refer to
appropriate operative mode.
- OR May be inoperative for one calendar day
Note: Flight crewmembers are limited to 2 flight sectors
which the total flight time is within 2 flight hours
per scheduled flight day .

A 1 0 *

(o)

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative
-ORMay be inoperative provided FD is considered inoperative.
Refer to MEL22-18-2

(o)

Flight guidance control panel


50-1 VS pushbutton
(1)
(2)
50-2 ALT pushbutton
(1)

B 1 0
C 1 0

50-3 ALT SEL Knob

B 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative, provided ALT SEL is operative and


used.
-ORMay be inoperative, provided VS mode with a 0 ft/min
selection target is used for ALT HOLD.
-ORMay be inoperative provided FD is considered inoperative.
Refer to MEL22-18-2
May be inoperative provided ALT pushbutton is operative

50-5 STBY pushbutton

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative

(2)
(3)

DATE:SEP 15,2012

C 1 0

(o)

B 1 0

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ATR 72 - 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPEMENT LIST

MEL 22
Rev.00

2-22-2
20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 22 AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (AFCS)


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Flight guidance control panel


(contd)
50-6 HDG SEL pushbutton
(1)

C 1 0

B 1 0

50-7 HDG Knob

C 1 0

50-8 APP pushbutton

C 1 0

50-9 NAV pushbutton

C 1 0

50-10 BC pushbutton

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative

50-11 FD pushbutton
(1)

C 2 0

(o)

B 2 0

One or both may be inoperative


-OROne or both may be inoperative provided FD function is
considered inoperative.
Refer to MEL22-18-2

60-1 SPD TGT Knob

C 2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

60-2 AUTO/MAN pushbutton


(1)

C 2 1

(o)

C 2 0

One may be inoperative.


-OROne or more may be inoperative provided AUTO speed is
not used.

(2)

(2)

(o)

May be inoperative
-ORMay be inoperative provided FD is considered inoperative.
Refer to MEL22-18-2
May be inoperative

(o)

May be inoperative
May be inoperative provided LNAV or VOR mode is not used.

Index control panel

(2)

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22

Operation Procedures

2-22-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 22 AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM


16-2 Touch control steering (TCS)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot is disengaged prior to any manual control movement.
16-3 Coupling function pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
In flight autopilot remains coupled to the side selected before pushbutton failure. For a new dispatch it will
be automatically coupled to the LH side after being energized.
18-1 Autopilot function
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
CAT 2 operations are not possible.
18-3 Yaw damper function
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
If RCU is inoperative PF will keep his feet on the pedals to be ready to control rudder.

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22

Operation Procedures

3-22-2A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 22 AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM


50-1 VS pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
IAS or basic mode is used for altitude change. AP is disengaged for altitudes change.
50-2 ALT pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
(1) IAS or VS or basic mode may be used for altitude changes in ALT SEL mode
(2) The Altitude can be held using VS mode with 0 ft/min selected target.
50-3 ALT SEL knob
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
IAS or VS or basic mode may be used for altitude change with ALT pushbutton selection at requested altitude.
50-5 STBY pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Flight crew have to deselect the current selected FD mode.
50-6 HDG SEL pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
HDG HOLD mode may be used as required. HDG changes must be done manually or with TCS function.
50-8 APP pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
- Manual precision approaches without FD are possible.
- CAT 2 operations are not possible.
- Non precision approaches with AP (RNAV, or LOC or VOR) still available.
50-10 BC pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Alternate procedure(s) are established and used by the operator.
50-11 FD pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Alternate procedure(s) are established and used by the operator; FD bars can't be removed on
affected side. But AP is fully operational with FD bars displayed on both sides.
60-1 SPD TGT Knob
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Manual SPD may be modified by SPD TGT Knob of the non affected side.
Task sharing may be affected. No special procedure if speed AUTO mode is used during all the flight.
60-2 AUTO/MAN pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by the operator: the operator have to establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions, taking into account the following:
- Auto or manual SPD mode may be modified by AUTO/MAN pushbutton of the non affected side.
- Task sharing may be affected.

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REVISION:00

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ATR 72 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 23
Rev. 00

2-23-1
20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 23 COMMUNICATIONS

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

12-1 VHF system

31-1 Passenger Address system

DATE:SEP 15, 2012

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

2 2

A 1 0

Two are required

(o)

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May be inoperative provided:


(a) The interphone shall be operative, and
(b) Alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating
restrictions are established and used, and
(c) Operations are limited to three calendar days or
three flights whichever occurs first

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ATR 72 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 23
2-23-2

Rev. 00

20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 23 COMMUNICATIONS (Continued)

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

44-1 Interphone system


(1) Ground Call Horn

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative.

(2) Flight deck to Flight deck

(3) Flight deck to Cabin /


Cabin to Flight deck

B 1 0 *

(o)

May be inoperative, provided:


(a) Passenger Address is operative, and
(b) Alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures are established and used,
and
(c) Flight deck door automatic locking system
is verified to operate normally

(4) Cabin to Cabin

C 1 0 *

(o)

May be inoperative, provided:


(a) Passenger Address is operative, and
(b) Alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures are established and used

(5) Flight crew to Ground /


Ground to Flight crew

C 1 0 *

(o)

May be inoperative, provided alternate normal,


following failure and emergency procedures are
established and used

(6) Alerting system

C 1 0 *

(Visual and Aural)

(7) Handsets (Cabin)

44-2 Cabin chime system: flight


deck to cabin, seat belt and
no device signs

DATE:SEP 15, 2012

1 1 *

Shall be operative all the time.

Visual signal may be inoperative on the flight deck


- OR Both visual and aural signals may be inoperative in
the cabin provided Passenger Address is
operative from the flight deck

C 1 0 *

C 2 1

C 2 1

C 1 0

(o)

(o)

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Handsets at forward station may be inoperative


- OR One handset may be inoperative provided alternate
procedures are established and used to
compensate for the loss of PA and interphone
function at the affected station

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Passenger Address is operative, and
(b) Alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures are established and used

PAGE:2-23-2

ATR 72 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 23
2-23-3

Rev. 00

20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 23 COMMUNICATIONS (Continued)

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

50-1 Audio control panel

C 3 2

Provided CAPT and F/O panels are operative


except VOICE ONLY key which may be
inoperative

50-2 Headset

C 2 1

One may be inoperative, provided for each crew


member on flight deck duty, associated boom set
(headset function) is operative

50-3 Hand microphone

C 2 0

One or more may be inoperative, provided for each


crew member on flight deck duty, associated boom
set is operative

50-4 Boom set

C 3 2

One may be inoperative, provided for each crew


member on flight deck duty, associated hand mike
and headset are operative

50-5 Cockpit loudspeaker

C 2 1

51-1 Push-To-Talk (PTT) Switch


on W heel

C 2 0

52-1 Radio Management System

C 2 1

70-1 Cockpit video surveillance


system

C 1 0

71-1 Cockpit voice recorder

A 1 0

*
One or both may be inoperative, provided:
(a) INT/RAD switches on ACP are operative, and
(b) RAD PTT SW on Nose Wheel Steering
Control Handwheel is operative, and
(c) There is no permanent/constant radio
transmission
One may be inoperative provided:
(a) IESI is operative, and
(b) VHF 1 is operative, and
(c) VOR 1 is operative, and
(d) ILS 1 is operative.
(o)

May be inoperative, provided:


(a) alternate procedures are established and used,
and,
(b)Interphone system is checked to operate
normally
May be inoperative, provided:
(a) Operations are limited to eight further
consecutive flights or 72 hours whichever occurs
first, with the cockpit voice recorder
unserviceable, and
(b) Any flight data recorder required to be carried is
operative
NOTE:
1. For departure from Japan with CVR inoperative,
Station Duty Officer shall contact JCAB to get
permission prior to departure.
2. Depart from TSA is N/A

DATE:SEP 15, 2012

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23

OPERATIONS PROCEDURES

2-23-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 23 COMMUNICATIONS
31-1 Passenger Address system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Alternate procedure for passenger briefing:
1) The whole of flight the cabin attendant shall make a direct voice communication regarding the necessary
safety information with all passengers in each cabin zone. The powered megaphone may be used for
making these announcements.
2) When the announcement is required from flight crew, the information shall be informed to attendant via
interphone directly then the cabin crew conducts the procedure 1).
3) The flight crew shall be notified when those requirement announcements have been completed.
Emergency procedure:
In an emergency the flight crew shall notify the cabin crew via interphone who shall establish voice contact
with each passenger. The powered megaphone may be used for making announcements.

44-1 Interphone system


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Ground Call Horn
Crew may use the external lights to catch the ground crew attention.
Flight deck to Cabin / Cabin to Flight deck /
Cabin-to-flight deck function inoperative: Use cabin-to- flight deck alerting system and/or come into the
cockpit to communicate with flight crew.
Flight deck -to-cabin function inoperative:
For the normal condition: use flight deck -to-cabin alerting system and/or the PA system to call cabin attendant
Cabin attendant come into the cockpit.
For the emergency condition: use the emergency call and/or use the PA system to call cabin attendant Cabin
attendant come into the cockpit immediately to communicate with cabin crew.
Alerting System
Both visual and aural signals:
Flight crew shall use PA system to call Cabin attendant use INTERPHONE.

Cabin to Cabin / Handsets (Cabin)


Cabin attendant assigned to inoperative handset position may use other stations handset or powered
megaphone when PA or Interphone communications are required
Flight crew to Ground / Ground to Flight crew
During ground handling operations, use Standard Marshaling Signals listed in FOM.

44-2 Cabin chime system


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
When necessary flight crew must directly inform the cabin crew member that SIGNS are ON.

DATE:SEP15,2012

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23

OPERATIONS PROCEDURES

3-23-2A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 23 COMMUNICATIONS
70-1 Cockpit Video Surveillance System
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
1. When there are at least two flight crew stay in the cockpit.
Anyone who wants to enter the cockpit shall inform position, name and reason first through aircraft
interphone system.
The cabin crew will check identity first. After the confirm procedure, cabin crew shall assist them entering the
cockpit and notice cockpit crew
Personnel who are expecting to enter the cockpit shall push the CALL bottom on the Door call panel, there
will be bi-bi voice appears in the cockpit lasting at least 2 sec. Captain or the designator shall monitor the
outside forward cargo condition through spy hole on the cockpit door and identity of the personnel outside is
confirmed then the PIC may release the cockpit electronic lock.
Before leaving the cockpit, personnel shall survey the outside forward cargo condition through the spy hole
and confirm that there is no one outside the cockpit door and the forward cargo area. After the confirming
procedure, the personnel shall open the door quickly and close the cockpit door immediately.

2.

When the flight crew leaves the seat due to the physical needs and there is only one cockpit crew on the
seat.
Before leaving the cockpit, cockpit crew shall use aircraft interphone system to ask one SNY crew, one PNC
crew or cabin crew (i.e. monitor personnel) to follow the procedure 1 to enter cockpit and monitor the
cockpit door until cockpit crew is back to the cockpit.

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR 72-600 MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 24
Rev. 00

2-24-1
2012 SEP 15

ATA 24 ELECTRICAL POWER

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

AC

21-1 Inverter

A 2 1 *

Inverter #2 only may be inoperative, provided:


(a) For day VMC flight only, and
(b) AP use is prohibited below 1000 ft AGL, and
(c) Operations are limited to not more than two
calendar days
(d) TLU manual mode is operative

21-2 INV FAULT alert

C 2 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided affected inverter is


checked operative prior to each departure

21-3 AC Bus Tie Contactor

B 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided DC generation Bus Tie


Contactor is considered inoperative,
refer to item 32-2

21-4 BUS OFF alert

C 2 0 *

ACW

22-1 ACW generator channel


(generator + related GCU)

B 2 1 * (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:


(a) HYD AUX pump is operative, and
(b) Two engines taxi is performed, and
(c) Aircraft is not operated on narrow runways
(width < 30 m (98 ft)), and
(d) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions, and
(e) AFM penalties are applied, and
(f) Ground operations above 8500 ft (when
authorized), including taxi, do not exceed 10
minutes

22-2 ACW GEN FAULT alert

C 2 1 *

One may be inoperative provided ACW BTC


operates normally

22-3 ACW generation Bus Tie


Contactor

B 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative in the ISOL position, provided:


(a) Both ACW generator channels are operative,
and
(b) HYD X FEED is operative and is selected ON
before take off, then OFF during cruise and reselected ON before landing

22-4 ACW BUS OFF alert

C 2 0 *

DATE :SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR 72-600 MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 24
Rev. 00

2-24-2
2012 SEP 15

ATA 24 ELECTRICAL POWER (Continued)

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

DC
30-1 DC generator channel
(generator + related GCU)

A 2 1 * (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:


(a) TRU is checked operative prior to each
departure, and
(b) Two engines taxi is performed, and
(c) Aircraft does not line up until 6 minutes elapsed
after operative generator comes on line, and
(e) Operations are limited to not more than two
calendar days

30-2 Transformer Rectifier Unit


(TRU)
32-1 DC GEN FAULT alert

B 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative.

C 2 1 *

Provided DC Bus Tie Contactor is operative

32-2 DC generation Bus Tie


Contactor (BTC)

B 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative in the ISOL position, provided:


(a) Both DC generator channels are operative, and
(b) DC BUS OFF lights are operative, and
(c) Both inverters are operative, and
(d) HYD X FEED is operative and is selected ON
before take off, then OFF during cruise and reselected ON before landing

32-3 SVCE & UTLY BUS control


system

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative in the OFF position

32-4 DC BUS OFF alert

C 2 0 *

Miscellaneous
41-1 AC external power
connection system

C 1 0 *

46-1 DC external power


connection system

C 1 0 *

69-1 DC AMP indicator


(left hand panel)

DATE :SEP 15,2012

C 1 0

REVISION:00

PAGE:2-24-2

ATR 72-600 MEL


24

Operation Procedures

2-24-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 24 ELECTRICAL POWER


21-2 INV FAULT alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
After engines start select BTC ISOL. Check no amber light or flag on instruments come on.
22-1 ACW generator channel (generator + related GCU)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
If accelerate stop has to be performed, EMER BRAKING has to be used.
Refer to AFM Supplement N01 7_02.01: Dispatch with one ACW generator channel inoperative.
22-3 ACW generation Bus Tie Contactor
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Open hydraulic X FEED before take off
Close it after flaps retraction
Open it in approach
Close it after landing
Note: Two-engine taxi is recommended.
30-1 DC generator channel (generator + related GCU)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Check of remaining generator feeder integrity :
6 minutes are necessary to establish the temperature difference between the feeders if one line is
broken. So aircraft should not line up until 6 minutes elapsed after operative generator comes on line.
Operational test of TRU:
Note: During the test, the ACW electrical network must be available (The AC GPU connected or ACW
generators running)
Checking are performed only on Main Electrical Panel (left hand panel)
- Switch OFF the pushbutton DC EXTERNAL POWER (if selected ON)
- Switch OFF the pushbuttons DC GEN 1 & 2 (if selected ON).
On Main Electrical Panel; check that the following caution lights are switched ON:
- BATTERY ARROWS,
- Both BUS OFF,
- INVERTER 2 FAULT,
- Both DC BUS OFF,
- SHED LEGEND OF DC SVCE/UTLY BUS
Check that the following systems are supplied:
- VHF 1,
- FUEL QTY INDICATOR,
- FLAPS POSITION INDICATOR
On Main Electrical Panel; press the TRU push-button; then check that:
- The TRU push-button is switched ON,
- The TRU ARROW caution light is switched ON,
- The BATTERIES ARROWS caution lights are not illuminated,
- The UNDV legend of OVRD/UNDV push-button is not illuminated.
On Main Electrical Panel, check that the BATTERY AMMETER shows zero load either if BAT selector
switch is placed in EMER or MAIN position.
Check that the following systems are still supplied:
- VHF 1,
- FUEL QTY INDICATOR,
- FLAPS POSITION INDICATOR.
On Main Electrical Panel, switch off the TRU push-button; then check that:
- The TRU push-button is not illuminated,
- The TRU ARROW caution light is not illuminated,
- The BATTERY ARROWS caution lights are switched ON

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR 72-600 MEL


24

Operation Procedures

3-24-2A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 24 ELECTRICAL POWER (Continued)


30-2 Transformer Rectifier Unit (TRU)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
In case of DUAL DC GEN LOSS the following procedure has to be applied:
DC GEN 1 AND 2................................................................................OFF THEN ON
If no generator recovered
LAND ASAP, flight under IMC must be limited to 30 minutes
BAT SW ............................................................................................................ OVRD
Note: If after a restart, a DC GEN becomes operative, set BAT SW to ON.
CAPT EHSI .......................................................................................................... OFF
MAN RATE KNOB ................................................................................... 9 O'CLOCK
CAB PRESS MODE SEL .................................................................................... MAN
ATC (VHF 1 or HF or HF 2) ........................................................................... NOTIFY
MIN CAB LT ......................................................................................................... OFF
Note: NAV lights switch set to ON is necessary to provide IEP illumination.
STICK PUSHER / SHAKER................................................................................. OFF
STICK PUSHER / SHAKER FAULT procedure ...............................................APPLY
SIDE WINDOWS ANTI-ICING ............................................................................. OFF
AVIONICS VENT EXHAUST MODE ................................................................ OVBD
ADC SW ............................................................................................. SET TO ADC 1
ATC SW .............................................................................................. SET TO ATC 1
TLU............................................................................................ MAN MODE LO SPD
When TLU LO SPD illuminates
TLU .............................................................................................................. AUTO
CAUTION: Avoid large rudder input if IAS above 180 kt
MAIN BATTERY CHARGE (on LH maintenance panel) ................................CHECK
BUS EQUIPMENT LISTS ...............................................................................CHECK
If STBY UNDV light illuminates
STBY BUS...................................... For approach, OVRD only when necessary
Before descent
PAX INSTRUCTIONS ........................................USE PASSENGER ADDRESS
At touch down
IDLE GATE LEVER .................................................................................... PULL

32-2 DC generation Bus Tie Contactor


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Note: Two-engine taxi is recommended.
CAUTION: While aircraft is on ground, if LH DC generator fails, then automatic pressurization
digital controller supplied by DC BUS 1 is lost. Therefore, both outflow valves will
close and aircraft will be pressurized. In this case, use manual pressurization to
depressurize the aircraft.

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR 72 - 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
ATA 25 EQUIPMENT

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

MEL 25
Rev. 00

2-25-1
2012 SEP 15

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Note: A seat with an inoperative or missing seat belt or harness is considered inoperative.
11-1 Flight Crew Seat

B 2 2

Vertical and recline adjustments may be inoperative


provided associated seat is secured or locked in a
position acceptable to the flight crew member
Note: If an inoperative armrest will hinder an emergency
evacuation or any other flight duties, it should be
removed.
Must be operative for each flight crew member

(1) Horizontal adjustment


11-2 Flight deck Observer Seat

D 1 0

May be inoperative provided the seat is correctly


stowed

12-1 Flight Deck Sun Visors

C 2 0

(m) May be inoperative provided affected sun visor is


removed
May be inoperative provided affected sun visor does
not obstruct either pilots field of view for take-off or
landing.

C 2 0

21-1 Required Cabin Attendant


Seat

DATE: SEP 15, 2012

B 2 1

* (o) (m) One seat or seat assembly may be inoperative,


provided:
(a) Inoperative seat or seat assembly is not
occupied, and
(b) Cabin attendant displaced by inoperative seat
occupies the adjacent cabin attendant seat or the
passenger seat most suitable to perform assigned
duties, and
(c) Passenger Address is operative and used to
communicate with displaced cabin attendant, and
(d) One cabin attendant occupies a seat with a direct
access to the communication system, and
(e) Folding type seat is stowed and secured in the
retracted position, and
(f) Where a passenger seat is assigned to the
displaced cabin attendant it is placarded FOR
CABIN ATTENDANT USE ONLY, and
(g) Alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures are established / approved and
used for displaced cabin attendant
Note: This requirement does not preclude use of
passenger seats by cabin attendants carried in
excess of the required cabin attendant.

REVISION:0.0

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ATR 72 - 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 25
2-25-2

Rev. 00

2012 SEP 15

ATA 25 EQUIPMENT
ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

31-1 Passenger Seats

D 70 -

31-2 Baggage Bar

D 35 0 *

32-1 Passenger Seats-Tray table


in unstowed position

D 66 0

32-2 PAX in-arm table

D 4

(m) One or more may be inoperative, provided the


inoperative seat:
(a) Does not block an emergency exit, and
(b) Does not restrict any passenger from access to
the main aircraft aisle, and
(c) Is blocked and placarded DO NOT OCCUPY
Note: A seat with an inoperative or missing seat belt is
considered inoperative.
Note: Any damage to passenger seats and
components must not be detrimental to passenger
safety.
Note: The seatback(s) where are located at the aisle
cannot be upright position are considered the (b)
restriction and the effective area seat(s) shall be
BLOCKED.

(o)

May be inoperative provided:


a) Baggage is not stowed under seat with inoperative
restraining bar,
b) Associated seat is placarded, DO NOT STOW
BAGGAGE UNDER THIS SEAT, and
c) Procedures are established to alert Cabin Crew
of inoperative restraining bar.
(m) May be inoperative or removed provided:
a) The affected tray table does not block an
emergency exit,
b) The affected tray table does not restrict any
passenger from access to the main aircraft aisle,
and
c) The affected seat (s) are blocked and placarded
DO NOT OCCUPY
Note: The table(s) where are located at the aisle cannot be in
stowed position are considered the (b) restriction and the
window seat(s) shall be BLOCKED.
Must in stow position or be removed

DATE: SEP 15, 2012

REVISION:0.0

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ATR 72 - 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 25
Rev. 00

2-25-3
2012 SEP 15

ATA 25 EQUIPMENT
ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

33-1 Lavatory (Toilet)

C 1 0 *

34-1 Exterior Lavatory Door


Ashtrays

35-1 Lavatory Attendant Call

C 1 0 * (o) (m) May be inoperative

36-1 Lavatory Waste


Receptacle Access Door

(o) (m) May be inoperative provided


a) waste is drained and system inspected for
leakage,
b) procedures are establish to deactivate system
components, and
c) Lavatory is used only by crewmembers, and
d) lavatory door is locked closed and placarded,
DO NOT OCCUPY
e) each flight shall not be excessed 70 mins
flight time.
NOTE: These provisos are not intended to prohibit
lavatory inspections by crewmembers.
May be missing.
Repairs are made within 10 calendar days

1 0

C 1 0 *

(o) (m) May be inoperative provided:


a) Associated waste container is empty,
b) The lavatory is considered inoperative. Ref MEL
25-33-1

40-1 Flashlights (Torches)

C 4 0 *

(o)

44-1 Passenger Service Unit

C 35 0 *

(PSU) Except Passenger


Oxygen Mask

45-1 Portable Protective


Breathing Equipment

D 4 3 *

May be inoperative provided each required crew


member assigned to affected position has an
operative flashlight (torch).

(o) (m) The affected seat(s) may be occupied provided:


a) The Crew Cabin Interphone system, Cabin
Chime system and Passenger Address system
are operative, and
b) Procedures are established and used to alert
flight attendants and notify affected passengers
when seat belts should be fastened and devices
prohibited to use.
(m) Any in excess of that required may be inoperative or
missing provided the inoperative PBE is placarded
inoperative, removed from the installed location,
and placed out of sight so it cannot be mistaken
for a functional unit.
The distribution of the operative PBE shall be
located with the portable fire extinguisher
properly.

DATE: SEP 15, 2012

REVISION:0.0

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ATR 72 - 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 25
Rev. 00

2-25-4
2012 SEP 15

ATA 25 EQUIPMENT
ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

60-1 ELT - Emergency Locator


Transmitter

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

62-1 Megaphones
63-1 Emergency Medical
Equipment -First Aid Kits

2 1

May be inoperative provided:


a) system is deactivated, and
b) second required ELT is operative, and
c) repairs are made within 6 further flights
or 25 flying hours, whichever occurs first.

1 1

Must be operative

C 2 1

One first aid kit may be incomplete or inoperative


provided:
FAK is resealed in a manner that will identify it as a
unit that cannot be mistaken for a fully serviceable
unit.
NOTE: Refer to Instruction inside the First Aid Kit for
required equipment and medicine

Contents

66-2 Universal Precaution Kit


(UPK)

1 0

68-1 PAX Oxy Manual release


tool

D 4 2

DATE: SEP 15, 2012

Any contents not required by regulations may be


incomplete or missing.
NOTE: Refer to Instruction inside the First Aid Kit for
required equipment and medicine.
May be incomplete or inoperative provided:
a) UPK is resealed in a manner that will identify it as a
unit that can not be mistaken for a fully serviceable
unit, and
b) Repairs or replacements are made within three flight
cycles.
Note: 1.Flight departs from TSA Not Authorized.
2.Refer to Instruction inside the UPK for required
equipment and medicine
Two may be inoperative or missing provided each
cabin crew seat stowed one release tool

REVISION:0.0

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ATR 72-600 MEL

Operation Procedures

25
2-25-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 25 EQUIPEMENT/FURNISHINGS
21-1 Required Cabin Attendant Seat / 21-2 Non-Required Cabin Attendant Seat
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Alternate procedure:
The flight attendant assigned to the affected seat must occupy a passenger seat as close to as
or closer than the nearest seated passenger to the associated exit.
For the forward attendant seat inoperative, the 1C shall be blocked for cabin crew occupied.
For the afterward attendant seat inoperative, the 20C shall be blocked for cabin crew occupied.
31-2 Baggage Bar
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
1) Advise cabin crew to ensure baggage is not stowed under seat with inoperative or missing Restraining
Bars.
2) Advise cabin crew to inform passengers occupying seat with affected bar and passenger behind the
affected bar not to stow baggage under the seat.

33-1 Lavatory Toilet /35-1 Lavatory Attendant Call


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Cabin Crew should check the lavatory periodically

35-1- Lavatory Attendant Call


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
provided the cabin crew shall monitor the lavatory periodically while there is passenger occupying.
40-1 Torches (Flashlights)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Crew should check that equivalent torches are checked readily available before departure.
44-1 Passenger Service Unit (PSU)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
1. Verify that Passenger Address system operates normally as follows:
2. Notification to passengers to fasten seat belts and not to use the electronic devices is given via the PA
system.

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-25-1A

ATR 72-600 MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 26
Rev .00

2-26-1
2012 SEP 15

ATA 26 FIRE PROTECTION


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

12-1 Fire detection loop

C 4 3

12-2 FUEL SO light (integrated in


CL)

C 2 0

12-3 ENG 2 NAC OVHT

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided hotel mode operation is


limited to a maximum tailwind component of 10 kt.

C 2 0

May be inoperative provided no combustible material


is carried in the associated compartment

17-1 Lavatory smoke


detection system

C 1 0

* (o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Lavatory waste receptacle is empty, and
(b) Lavatory door is closed locked and placarded
INOPERATIVE DO NOT ENTER
Note: Lavatory may be used and/or inspected only
by crew members.

18-1 AFT Cargo Curtain

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided no combustible


material is carried in the associated compartment

19-1 AFT Smoke detection fans

C 2 1

15-1 Cargo smoke alert

Passenger configuration

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

One may be inoperative provided the affected loop


is selected OFF

One may be inoperative provided the remaining fan


is checked operative before each departure
- OR May be inoperative provided:
(a) Lavatory waste receptacle is empty, and
(b) Lavatory door is closed locked and placarded
INOPERATIVE DO NOT ENTER
(c) No combustible material is carried in the AFT
cargo compartment
Note: Lavatory may be used and/or inspected only
by crew members.

C 2 0

20-1 Lavatory Fire Extinguisher


System

C 1 0 * (o) (m)

* (o) (m)

DATE:SEP 15,2012

For the lavatory fire extinguishing system may be


inoperative provided the lavatory smoke detection
system is operative.
OR
For the lavatory fire extinguishing system may be
inoperative provided
a) lavatory is not used by passengers for any
purpose,
b) lavatory waste receptacle is empty,
c) lavatory door is locked closed and placarded
INOPERATIVE-DO NOT ENTER ; and
d) lavatory is only used by crew members

REVISION:00

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ATR 72-600 MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 26
Rev .00

2-26-2

2012 SEP 15

ATA 26 FIRE PROTECTION

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

21-1 AGENT DISCH light


(engine)

A 4 2 *

(m) One or two may be inoperative provided:


(a) Affected light(s) are not on the same engine fire
panel, and
(b) Respective extinguisher bottle pressure is
checked on the direct reading gauge prior to first
flight of each day, and
(c) Operations are limited to not more than two
calendar days

30-1 Hand Fire Extinguisher

D 4 3 *

(m) Any in excess of that required may be inoperative


or missing provided:
(a) Each inoperative fire extinguisher is placarded
inoperative, removed from the installed location,
and placed out of sight so it cannot be mistaken
for a functional unit, and
(b) Required distribution is maintained
At least 1 located in the pilot compartment.
At least 2 located in the passenger compartment.

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

PAGE:2-26-2

ATR 72-600 MEL

Operation Procedures

26
2-26-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 26 FIRE PROTECTION


17-1 Toilet smoke detection system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

Periodically inspect lavatory at intervals not exceeding 30 minutes


20-1 Toilet Fire Extinguisher System
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Periodically inspect lavatory at intervals not exceeding 30 minutes .

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-26-1A

ATR 72-600 MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 27
Rev. 00

2-27-1
20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROLS


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

20-1 Rudder damper

20-2 Rudder releasable control unit


(1)

C 1 0

A 1 0

1 0

1 0

(o)

Automatic mode may be inoperative provided manual


mode is operative

23-2 TLU FAULT light

D 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided that :


The aural alert, Master Caution and associated FLT
CTL TLU alert on FWS are checked operative prior to
each flight.

25-1 Yaw trim position indicator

A 1 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Yaw trim system operates normally, and
(b) Rudder trim tab is visually verified in neutral position
before each departure, and
(c) Yaw damper and/or auto pilot are not used until the
aircraft has been fully trimmed, and
(d) Operations are limited to not more than three calendar
days

32-1 Pitch trim rocking levers

B 2 1

One may be inoperative provided standby pitch trim is


operative

32-2 Standby pitch trim

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided both pitch trim rocking levers


are operative

35-1 Pitch trim position indicator

B 1 0

36-1 Stick shaker actuator

B 2 1

36-2 Stick pusher actuator

A 1 0

(2)

23-1 Travel Limiter Unit (TLU)

(1) Automatic Mode

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
C 1 0 * (o)
May be inoperative provided for taxi and take off:
(a) Maximum crosswind is limited to 15 kt, and
(b) Maximum total wind is limited to 30 kt

(o)

May be inoperative provided yaw damper function is


operative and used throughout the flight
- OR May be inoperative provided operations are limited to not
more than two flights
May be inoperative in the low speed position provided
speed is limited to: 185 kt

(o)

May be inoperative provided elevator tabs are visually


checked operative and positioned neutral prior to
departure
One may be inoperative provided MFC modules 1B and
2B are operative

(o) (m) May be inoperative, for ferry flight only, provided MFC
modules 1B and 2B are operative

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-27-1

ATR 72-600 MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 27
Rev. 00

2-27-2
20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROLS (Continued)


ATA CHAPTER

ITEM
37-1 Pitch elevators coupling system

37-2 Elevators clutch reconditioning


device
(1)

A 1 0

D 1 0

51-1 Flaps control system

A 1 0

* (o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Flaps are checked in retracted position, and
(b) Operations are conducted in compliance with relevant AFM
supplement, and
(c) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast icing conditions,
and
(d) Operations are limited to not more than two flights

55-1 Flaps position indicator

A 1 0

* (o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Flaps position visual check is made prior to take off and in
flight, and
(b) Operations are limited to not more than two calendar days

55-2 Flaps unlock warning

A 1 0

May be inoperative provided flaps control system is considered


inoperative:
Refer to MEL27 item 51-1

61-1 Spoiler control system

B 1 0

* (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:


(a) Spoilers are secured in retracted position, and
(b) AFM performance penalties are applied

65-1 Spoiler position indicating


system

C 1 0

C 1 0

C 1 0

(2)

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
A 1 0 *
May be inoperative for ferry flight only, provided:
(a) Operations are conducted in compliance with relevant AFM
supplement (ferry flight with pitch elevators disconnected), and
(b) Operations are limited to not more than one flight.

70-1 GUST LOCK system


(1) Aileron

(2) Elevator

70-2 AIL LOCK light

DATE:SEP 15,2012

A 1 0

May be inoperative for ferry flight only, provided:


(a) PITCH DISC alert is displayed on FWS, and
(b) Operations are conducted in compliance with relevant AFM
supplement (ferry flight with pitch elevators disconnected), and
(c) Operations are limited to not more than one flight.
- OR (m) May be inoperative provided the elevator clutch reconditioning
device is deactivated

May be inoperative provided proper functioning of the spoilers is


checked prior to each departure and monitored throughout the
flight

(o) (m) May be inoperative provided the tailwind during


parking does not exceed 40 kt
Note: Propeller brake is not available.
- OR (o) (m) May be inoperative
Note: Propeller brake is not available.
May be inoperative provided operations are limited
to not more than two flights

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ATR 72-600 MEL

Operation Procedures

27
2-27-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROLS


20-1 Rudder damper
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Pilot Flying and Pilot Non Flying must keep their feet on the pedals during all the taxi phases in order to avoid
rudder excessive movements. Pilot Flying will avoid large pedal movements during take off run and landing and
will prefer nose wheel steering use.
20-2 Rudder releasable control unit
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
If the yaw damper is inoperative, Pilot Flying will keep his feet on the pedals to be ready to control rudder.
23-1 Travel Limiter Unit (TLU)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During Cockpit preparation:
Select manually HI SPD and check alert is generated after 25 seconds: master caution, single chime, FLT
CTL TLU on FWS and TLU FAULT light. Check rudder travel limited.
Select LO SPD and check alert stops after 15 seconds and check rudder travel no longer limited.
In Flight, select manually:
HI SPD when reaching 185 kt during an acceleration.
LO SPD when reaching 180 kt during a deceleration.
23-2 TLU FAULT light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During Cockpit preparation:
Select manually HI SPD and check alert is generated after 25 seconds: master caution, single chime, FLT
CTL TLU on FWS. Check rudder travel limited.
Select LO SPD and check alert stops after 15 seconds and check rudder travel no longer limited.
In Flight, select manually:
HI SPD when reaching 185 kt during an acceleration.
LO SPD when reaching 180 kt during a deceleration.
35-1 Pitch trim position indicator
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During TAXI check list run the trim from nose up to nose down: from the trim position where the whooler stops, run
the trim from nose down to nose up for 13 seconds.

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-27-1A

ATR 72-600 MEL

Operation Procedures

27
3-27-2A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROLS (Continued)


36-2 Stick pusher actuator
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Select stick pusher/shaker pushbutton ON.
Check control wheel remains free of movement and stick pusher/shaker fault light is extinguished.
Note: If control column is stuck refer to maintenance procedure (disassembling of stick pusher). Pull
C/B stick pusher PWR.
Perform stick shakers test using stick pusher/shaker YES.
51-1 Flaps control system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Check flaps are in retracted position and flaps control lever is in zero position.
Refer to AFM Supplement N01 7_02.03: Dispatch with flaps retracted.
Pitch trim setting for flaps 0 take off: see page 4.
55-1 Flaps position indicator
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
In flight check visually flaps position at each configuration change by Maintenance.
61-1 Spoiler control system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement N01 7_02.02: Dispatch with spoilers control system inoperative
70-1 GUST LOCK system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Take special care for parking and taxi (wind effects).

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-27-2A

ATR 72- 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPEMENT LIST

MEL 28
Rev. 00

2-28-1
2012 SEP 15

ATA 28 FUEL SYSTEM


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

21-1 FEED LO PR light

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
B 2 1 * (o)
One may be inoperative provided:
(a) Associated alert is processed by the CCAS, and
(b) Associated pump RUN light is operative

21-2 Electrical pump

C 2 1

(o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Fuel X FEED valve is operative, and
(b) Associated jet pump (and motive flow valve) is
operative

21-3 Pump RUN light

C 2 0

May be inoperative provided associated


electrical pumps are operative

21-4 Jet pump (and associated


motive flow valve)

C 2 1

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Fuel X FEED valve is operative, and
(b) Associated electrical pump is operative

21-5 Feeder Tank Jet Pump

C 2 1

23-1 X FEED valve

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) X FEED valve is checked in closed position and,
(b) Both fuel quantity indications are operative

23-2 X FEED flow bar

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) X FEED valve is checked in closed position, and
(b) Both fuel quantity indications are operative

23-3 Fuel X FEED memo light

C 1 0

25-1 Refueling Control Panel

C 1 0

(1) Fuel preselector

1 0

(m) May be inoperative

(2) Preselected Qty

1 0

(m) May be inoperative

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Fuel X FEED valve is operative, and
(b) Both associated electrical pumps are operative, and
(c) Both fuel quantity indication systems are operative,
and
(d) Fuel quantity unusable in each tank is raised from
20kg to 130Kg. Refueling must be done accordingly.

25-2 Pressure refueling cap

A 1 0

26-1 LP valve position indicator

C 2 0

41-1 Tank temperature indication

C 1 0

DATE:SEP 15, 2012

REVISION:0.0

May be inoperative
Note: only refueling by gravity is available

(m) May be inoperative or missing provided:


(a) Refuel valves are confirmed closed, and
(b) There is no leakage from the refuel coupling, and
(c) Operations are limited to no more than three calendar
days
(o)

May be inoperative
Note: OAT has to be used.

PAGE:2-28-1

ATR 72- 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPEMENT LIST

MEL 28
Rev. 00

2-28-2
2012 SEP 15

ATA 28 FUEL SYSTEM


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

42-1 Fuel QTY indication

C 2 1

(o) (m) One may be inoperative, provided that:


(a) The associated FU indicator is operative, and
(b) Both fuel LO LVL alerts are checked operative, and
(c) The use of the preselected quantity is prohibited
during refueling, and
(d) The quantity of fuel in the associated tank is checked
using fuel level sticks after each refueling.
Note: In addition to the FUEL QTY INDICATION in the
cockpit, the preselected quantity and the repeated
fuel quantity indication on the refueling panel are to
be placarded inoperative.

42-2 Fuel LO LVL light

C 2 0

May be inoperative provided associated alert is


processed by CCAS

42-3 Fuel QTY test system

C 1 0

43-1 Fuel level stick

C 4 0

DATE:SEP 15, 2012

REVISION:0.0

PAGE:2-28-2

ATR 72-600 MEL


28

Operation Procedures

2-28-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 28 FUEL
21-1 FEED LO PR light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Cockpit preparation:
CL ............................................................................................................................FTR
Note: For ATR 42-300/320, CL may be set slightly above FTR.
RH and LH PUMPS .................................................................................... CHECK ON
FUEL light on CAP.................................................................CHECK EXTINGUISHED
LH PUMP ................................................................................................. SELECT OFF
MC light + SC + FUEL light on CAP .................................................................. CHECK
LH PUMP ................................................................................................... SELECT ON
Associated alerts ........................................................................CHECK EXTINGUISH
RH PUMP ................................................................................................ SELECT OFF
Associated alerts .........................................................................CHECK ILLUMINATE
RH PUMP .................................................................................................. SELECT ON
Associated alerts ........................................................................CHECK EXTINGUISH
21-2 Electrical pump
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Alternate route study must be performed taking into account the non-affected side tank value only.
Maximum fuel unbalance is limited to : 730 kg (1609 lbs).
Cockpit preparation:
X FEED ................................................................................................. CHECK X LINE
INOPERATIVE PUMP ............................................................................................ OFF
OPERATIVE PUMP.................................................................................................. ON
ENG FEED LO PR on operative side ....................................CHECK EXTINGUISHED
ENG FEED LO PR on inoperative side .................. CHECK REMAINS ILLUMINATED X
FEED .............................................................................................................. IN LINE
ENG FEED LO PR on inoperative side .................................CHECK EXTINGUISHED
X FEED ............................................................................................................... X LINE
OPERATIVE PUMP................................................................................................ OFF
ENG FEED LO PR on both sides ............................................. CHECK ILLUMINATED
OPERATIVE PUMP..........................................................................................AS RQD
Before affected engine start
X FEED ...................................................................................................... IN LINE
After affected engine start
INOPERATIVE PUMP ...................................................................................... ON
Note: This allows motive flow valve and then jet pump to be operative
X FEED ....................................................................................................... X LINE
ENG FEED LO PR lights ............................. CHECK REMAINS EXTINGUISHED

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-28-1A

ATR 72-600 MEL


28

Operation Procedures

3-28-2A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 28 FUEL (Continued)


23-1 X FEED valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Dispatch without any asymmetry. Maximum fuel unbalance is limited to: 730 kg
Alternate route study must be performed taking into account the lowest tank value only.
When selecting RH PUMP ON check ENG 2 FEED LO PR light extinguishes and ENG 1 FEED LO PR light remains
illuminated.
23-2 X FEED flow bar
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
When selecting RH PUMP ON check ENG 2 FEED LO PR light extinguishes and ENG 1 FEED LO PR light remains
illuminated.
41-1 Tank Temperature indication
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Note: Refer to AFM 2.04.05 for temperature limitation.
42-1 Fuel QTY indication
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
In case of suspected fuel leak or fuel unbalance (an excessive aileron trim indication may help for
detection), maintain X FEED valve CLOSED.
See FCOM 2.06

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-28-2A

ATR 72 - 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPEMENT LIST

MEL 29
Rev. 00

2-29-1
20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 29 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
C 2 1 * (o) (m) One may be inoperative
provided: (a) X FEED valve is
open, and
(b) Both ACW GEN are operative, and
(c) ACW BTC is operative, and
(d) DC AUX pump operates normally, and
(e) Hydraulic fluid QTY is checked prior to each
departure, and
(f) Aircraft is not operated on narrow runways (width < 30
m (98 ft))

11-1 Main HYD pump

11-2 DC AUX pump

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated on


narrow runways (width < 30 m (98 ft))

21-1 X FEED valve

C 1 0

May be inoperative in the closed position


Note: hydraulic fluid QTY must be checked prior to each
departure.

31-1 LO LVL alert

C 2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Hydraulic fluid QTY is checked prior to each
departure, and
(b) X FEED valve is not used in flight

32-1 LO PR alert
(1) Main HYD pump

C 2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative provided that the associated


HYD SYS pressure indication is operative

(2) AUX HYD pump

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided that the BLUE HYD SYS


pressure indication is operative

C 2 0

One or both may be inoperative provided that the


associated LO PR alert is operative

C 1 0

One may be inoperative provided that the brake


accumulator pressure is checked on the hydraulic bay
indication prior to each flight

32-2 Pressure indication (on SD


Hydraulic)
(1) HYD SYS indication
(2) BRAKE ACCU indication

32-3 Accumulators pressure indicator C 3 0


(hydraulic bay)

All may be inoperative.

33-1 Main hydraulic pump OVHT alert C 2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The associated pump is considered inoperative, and
(b) The other main hydraulic pump and associated
OVHT alert is operative
Refer to MEL29 item 11-1

33-2 DC AUX pump OVHT alert

(o)

May be inoperative provided that the pump is considered


inoperative
Refer to MEL29 item 11-2

DATE:SEP 15, 2012

C 1 0

REVISION:0.0

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ATR 72-600 MEL


29

Operation Procedures

2-29-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 29 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM


11-1 Main HYD pump
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Two-engine taxi is recommended.

31-1 LO LVL alert / 32-1 LO PR alert


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Monitor associated HYD SYS pressure indication throughout the flight.

33-1 Main hydraulic pump OVHT alert


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During the cockpit preparation, the associated main hydraulic pump is set to OFF
33-2 DC AUX Pump OVHT alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
The DC AUX pump is set to OFF

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-29-1A

ATR 72-600MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 30
Rev. 00

2-30-1
20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Pneumatic de-icing
11-1 De-ice pressure regulating and
shut off valve

B 2 0

11-2 Airframe de-icing boots system

B 1 0

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated into


known or forecast icing conditions

11-3 Eng/Airframe mode selector


(1) FAST/SLOW mode

C 1 0

C 1 0

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided MODE SEL AUTO is


operative
- OR May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated into
known or forecast icing conditions when mode FAST is
inoperative

B 1 0

11-5 AIRFRAME memo on temporary C 1 0


selection.

May be inoperative.

11-6 MODE SEL AUTO

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided MAN mode is operative

21-1 Engine de-icing (or anti-icing)


boots system

B 2 0

One or both may be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated into known or forecast icing conditions

21-2 Eng/Airframe de-icing boots


FAULT alert

B 3 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Associated device is considered inoperative, and
(b) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast icing
conditions

(2) OVRD mode


11-4 AFR AIR BLEED FAULT alert

DATE: SEP 15,2012

(o)

(o)

One or both may be inoperative in closed position,


provided aircraft is not operated into known or
forecast icing conditions

May be inoperative.

REVISION:00

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ATR 72-600MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 30
Rev. 00

2-30-2
2012 SEP 15

ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION (Continued)

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Probe heating
30-1 Pitot

B 3 2 *

One may be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated into known or forecast icing
conditions

30-2 Static

B 6 5 *

One may be inoperative provided both STBY are


operative

31-1 TAT

B 2 1 * (o)

One may be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated into known or forecast icing conditions

31-2 Alpha

B 2 1 *

One may be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated into known or forecast icing conditions

31-3 Alert

B 10 6 * (o)

Provided:
(a) Two pitot alerts are operative, and
(b) Two static alerts are operative, and
(c) One TAT alert is operative, and
(d) One alpha alert is operative, and
(e) Heating system associated to failed alerts are
checked operative prior to each departure

53-1 Horn anti-icing system

A 2 1 *

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions, and
(b) Operations are limited to not more than three
calendar days

53-2 Horn anti-icing FAULT alert

A 2 1 *

Associated devices must be considered inoperative:


refer to item 53-1

Horn anti-icing

DATE: SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR 72-600MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 30
Rev. 00

2-30-3
2012 SEP 15

ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION (Continued)

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Window heating
60-1 Windshield

C 2 1 *
C 2 1 *
C 2 0 *

60-2 Side window

C 2 0 *

C 2 0 *

One may be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated into known or forecast icing conditions
- OR One may be inoperative provided both side
windows heating are operative
- OR May be inoperative provided:
(a) Both packs are operative, and
(b) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions
May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated
into known or forecast icing conditions when LH
side window heating is inoperative
- OR May be inoperative provided:
(a) Both windshields heating are operative, and
(b) Both ACW GEN are operative

60-3 Side windows FAULT light

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated


into known or forecast icing conditions

60-4 WINDSHIELD HTG FAULT


light

C 2 1 * (o)

One may be inoperative provided respective


heating system is checked operative prior to each
departure
- OR One may be inoperative provided:
(a) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions, and
(b) Respective heating system is not used

C 2 1 *

Propeller anti-icing
61-1 Propeller anti-icing system

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated into known or forecast icing
conditions

61-2 Propeller anti-icing ON light

C 2 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided FAULT alert is


operative

61-3 Propeller mode selector

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated


into known or forecast icing conditions

61-4 Propeller FAULT alert

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated


into known or forecast icing conditions

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided MAN MODE is


operative

61-5 Mode SEL AUTO

DATE: SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR 72-600MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 30
Rev. 00

2-30-4
2012 SEP 15

ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION (Continued)


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Miscellaneous
65-1 Windshields wiper
(1) Wiper

(2) FAST/SLOW selection


(High/Low speed function)

80-1 Ice detection system


80-3 Ice Evidence Probe IEP
80-4 ICING AOA light

DATE: SEP 15,2012

C 2 0

One or both may be inoperative, provided:


(a) Operations are not conducted in known or
forecast precipitations within the departure and
arrival areas, at any airport selected in the
operational flight plan
(b) When low visibility conditions are known or
forecast, take off or approach minima do not
require their use
Note: Check Flight Manual for minimum required
equipment for low visibility take off.

C 2 2

C 2 0

One FAST or SLOW mode selection may be


inoperative for each wiper
- OR Provided aircraft is not operated in precipitations
during take off, approach and landing phases, at
any airport selected in the operational flight plan

B 1 0

1 1
C 1 0

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated


into known or forecast icing conditions
NO GO item

REVISION:00

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ATR72600MEL

30

Operation Procedures

2-30-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION


11-1 De-ice pressure regulating and shut off valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Only for ATR42-200/300/320 and 72-201/202/211/212 not equipped with mod 3973 or 4371:
If both de-ice valves are in closed position
CL should be manually set on MAX RPM before landing
11-4 AFR AIR BLEED FAULT alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
With bleed supply:
AFR AIR BLEED ............................................................................................................ ON
DE-ICING AIR FRAME .................................................................................................. ON
AIRFRAME FAULT light ............................................................. CHECK EXTINGUISHES
AFR AIR BLEED .......................................................................................................... OFF
AIRFRAME FAULT light ................................................................ CHECK ILLUMINATES
31-1 TAT
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Select ADC associated to valid TAT probe.
TAT heating loss may affect FDAU Torque computation.
Crosscheck with tables.
31-3 Alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Check by hand the correct functioning of the heating system.
60-4 WINDSHIELD HTG FAULT light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Check by hand the correct functioning of the respective heating system.
61-2 Propeller anti-icing ON light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
While engines are running with CL to MAX RPM / AUTO (depending on version):
ACW generation .......................................................................................................... OFF
PROP ANTI-ICING affected .......................................................................................... ON
FAULT alert..................................................................................... CHECK GENERATED

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR 72 - 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 31
Rev. 00

2-31-1
20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS
ATA CHAPTER

Miscellaneous

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

21-1 Clock function

C 2 0

31-1 MPC
(1) FDAU function

A 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided that:


(a) The DFDR is considered inoperative, and
Refer to MEL31 item 32-1
Note: No parameter acquisition
(c) The NL indication is inoperative, and
Refer to MEL77 item 11-2
(d) The APM FAULT and EWD Flight Time functions
are inoperative.
Refer to MEL31 item 31-1 (2) and (3)

C 1 0
D 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative
May be inoperative

C 1 0
C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative
May be inoperative

(2) APM FAULT


(3) EWD Flight Time
(4) DMU
- ACMS (Maintenance)
- QAR

D 1
31-2 Printer

DATE:SEP 15,2012

One or both may be inoperative provided an accurate timepiece


is operative on the flight deck indicating the time in hours,
minutes and seconds
Note: On the basis that the required timepiece(s) does not
need to be approved, an accurate pilots wristwatch that
indicates hours, minutes and seconds would be
acceptable. On the EWD a FMS time indication with
hours, minutes and seconds would also be acceptable.

D 1 0

REVISION:0.0

- OR May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use.

May be inoperative provided operational procedures do


not require its use.

PAGE:2-31-1

ATR 72 - 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPEMENT LIST

MEL 31
Rev. 00

2-31-2
20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS (Continued)


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

32-1 Digital Flight Data Recorder


DFDR

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
A 1 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) In cases where repair is attempted but not successful, the
aircraft may be dispatched on a flight or series of flight until the next
designated airport where the repair must be accomplished prior to
dispatch, and
(b) Aircraft does not exceed 8 further consecutive flights with the
Flight Data Recorder unserviceable, and
(c) Not more than 72 hours have elapsed since the Flight Data
Recorder was found to be unserviceable, and
(d) Any Cockpit Voice Recorder required to be carried is
operative
Note: DFDR is considered to be inoperative when any of the
following conditions exists:
- The loss of the flight recording function is evident to the flight
crew during pre-flight check e.g. by means of a system status
monitor, or
- The need for maintenance has been identified by the system
monitors, where available, with the setting of an indicator and
the cause of that setting has not been determined, or
- Analyses of recorded data or maintenance actions have
shown that more than 5% of the total number of individual
parameters (variable and discrete) required to be recorded for
the particular aircraft are not being recorded properly.
- For departure from Japan with FDR inoperative, Station Duty
Officer shall contact JCAB to get permission prior to departure.

48-1 Multi Function Computer (MFC)


module

NO GO item

48-6 MFC module FAULT light

NO GO item

53-2 Master Warning (MW) light and


associated Cancel function

NO GO item

53-3 Master Caution (MC) light and


associated Cancel function

NO GO item

60-1 Display Unit (DU)

DATE:SEP 15,2012

C 5 4

(o)

REVISION:0.0

One Display unit may be inoperative among DU#1, DU#3


and DU#5 provided :
(a) Capt PFD/MFD/EWD switch reversion is checked
operative, and
(b) F/O PFD/MFD/EWD switch reversion is checked
operative.

PAGE:2-31-2

ATR 72 - 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 31
Rev .00

2-31-3
20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS (Continued)


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

60-2 MCP

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
B 2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The MCP on the Pilot Flying side is operative, and
(b) both radio tuning through MCDU are checked operative.

(1) COM P/B

C 2 1

One may be inoperative provided both MCDU are operative.

(2) NAV P/B

C 2 1

One may be inoperative provided both MCDU are operative.

(3) SURV P/B

B 2 1

One may be inoperative provided the SURV P/B of the Pilot


Flying side is operative.

(4) ESC P/B

C 2 0

One or both may be inoperative.

(5) ENTER P/B and Multi Directional pad B 2 1

One may be inoperative provided both MCDU are operative.

C 2 1

One may be inoperative provided both MCDU are operative.

A 2 1

One may be inoperative provided associated ADC is considered


inoperative, Refer to MEL 34 item 11-1

(6) Numeric keyboard


60-4 ICP
(1)BARO SET ROTARY SELECTOR

2 1

One may be inoperative provided associated ADC is considered


inoperative, Refer to MEL 34 item 11-1

(2) PUSH STD P/B

2 0

One or both may be inoperative.

(3) DH/MDA SELECTION

2 0

One or both may be inoperative provided approach procedures


do not require DH use.

(4) DH/MDA ROTARY SELECTOR

2 0

One or both may be inoperative provided approach procedures


do not require DH use.

(5) SPD TGT Knob

2 1

Refer to MEL 22 item 60-1

C 2 1

Refer to MEL 22 item 60-2

(6) AUTO/MAN P/B


60-5 MCDU

2 1

One may be inoperative

60-6 DU Switch Reversion

C 2 0

53-5 EMER AUDIO CANCEL

C 1 0

53-6 TO CONFIG test

B 1 0

DATE:SEP 15,2012

(o)

REVISION:0.0

One or both may be inoperative provided all Display Units are


operative.

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ATR 72 - 600

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 31
2-31-4

Rev .00

20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS (Continued)


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

60-3 EFCP

A 2

MFD function P/B:


(1) SYS P/B

The EFCP right may be inoperative provided the


operations are limited to two calendar days.

A 2

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The SYS P/B of the Pilot Flying side is operative and,
(b) Operations are limited to two calendar days.

(2) ND P/B

B 2

One may be inoperative provided the ND P/B of the Pilot Flying


side is operative.

(3) PERF P/B

B 2

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) PERF P/B of the Pilot Flying side is operative and
(b) MCP of the Pilot Flying is operative

(4) MISC P/B

D 2

One or both may be inoperative.

(5) MAP P/B

D 2

One or both may be inoperative.

(6) VID P/B

D 2

One or both may be inoperative.

(7) BRG P/B

B 4

One may be inoperative provided that BRG#1 is available on the


Pilot Flying side.

(8) RANGE P/B

B 2

One may be inoperative.

(9) FORMAT P/B

B 2

One may be inoperative.

FWS functions P/B:


(10) PROC UP P/B

C 2

One may be inoperative.

(11) PROC DOWN P/B

C 2

One may be inoperative.

(12) ENTER PROC P/B

C 2

One may be inoperative.

(13) PROC MENU P/B

C 1

May be inoperative.

(14) MAN DEL P/B

C 1

May be inoperative.

(15) RCL P/B

NO GO item.

(16) CLR P/B

B 1

May be inoperative.

70-1 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

C 35 0

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:0.0

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ATR72600MEL

31

Operation Procedures

2-31-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS
31-1 MPC:
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
(1) FDAU Function
The DC ESS BUS OFF alert is inoperative on EWD (Flight Warning) and on MFD (SD ELEC). During the flight, if the
following systems are simultaneously lost:
GREEN PUMP,
FUEL QUANTITY,
MCP F/O,
EFCP F/O,
IOM-22
IOM-23
The following failure procedure DC ESS BUS OFF must be applied.
The DC EMER BUS OFF alert is inoperative on EWD (Flight Warning) and on MFD (SD ELEC). During the flight,
if the following systems are simultaneously lost:
BLUE PUMP,
VHF1,
MCP Capt,
EFCP Capt,
CLOCK Capt
The following failure procedure DC EMER BUS OFF must be applied.
(2) APM
Monitor the ICING CONDITIONS and SPEED as requested in Airplane Flight Manual Appendix
7.01.15 in Normal, Following Failures and Abnormal procedures for flight in normal and severe icing
conditions.
(4) DMU QAR
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions when the QAR is used for Flight Data Monitoring (FDM)
purposes.
60-1 Display Unit (DU):
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During preliminary cockpit preparation
- check on the DU#2 that the CAPT switch allows to swap the format displays : PFD, EWD and MFD
- check on the DU#4 that the F/O switch allows to swap the format display : PFD, EWD and MFD
60-2 MCP:
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
The flight crew have to check that the radio tuning is operative through at least one RMA on both MCDU.
60-6 DU switch reversion::
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During preliminary cockpit preparation
For the proper use of the manual DU reconfiguration and considering task sharing : the alternate normal, following
failure and emergency procedures and/or operating restriction must be established.

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-31-1

ATR 72-600 MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPEMENT LIST

MEL 32
Rev. 00

2-32-1
2012 SEP 15

ATA 32 LANDING GEAR


ATA CHAPTER

ITEM
31-1 Anti retraction system (lever
latch)

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
C 1 0 *
May be inoperative

31-2 Landing gear lever integrated


red light

C 1 0

31-3 Landing gear lever retraction


system and uplocking system

A 1 0

32-4 Brake ACCU pressure Indicator


(on maintenance panel)

D 1 0

42-1 Wheel brake

C 4 3

(o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Anti-skid system is operative, and
(b) Affected brake is deactivated, and
(c) AFM performance penalty is applied

42-2 Anti-skid system

C 1 0

(o)

42-3 BRK TEMP alert

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Landing gear is left down for 1 minute after take off
except in case of emergency, and
(b) A minimum turn around of 20 minutes is observed

45-1 PRKG BRK ON indication

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided the parking brake is


operative.

51-1 Nose wheel steering

A 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Centering function is not affected, and
(b) All brakes are operative, and
(c) Maximum crosswind component is limited to 15 kt,
and
(d) Aircraft is not operated on narrow runways (width < 30
m (98 ft))
(e) Operations are limited for ferry flight back to the
designated airport for maintenance.

(o)

May be inoperative

May be inoperative
(o)

May be inoperative

61-1 Landing gear position indicating B


system

DATE: SEP 15.2012

2 1

May be inoperative provided:


(a) The flight is performed with landing gear down in
compliance with AFM, and
(b) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast icing
conditions, and
(c) Operations are limited for ferry flight and back to the
designated airport for maintenance.

REVISION:00

May be inoperative provided operations are conducted in


compliance with AFM

PAGE: 2-32-1

ATR72600MEL
32

Operation Procedures

2-32-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 32 LANDING GEAR


31-3 Landing gear lever retraction system and uplocking system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.11: Dispatch with landing gear down.
42-1 Wheel brake
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.04: Dispatch with one wheel brake deactivated.
42-2 Anti-skid system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.05: Dispatch with anti-skid system inoperative.
51-1 Nose wheel steering
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Maximum demonstrated crosswind component for take off and landing is 15 kt.
Apply asymmetrical thrust and differential braking for taxi and line up as required.
Avoid sharp turns while using brakes.
61-1 Landing gear position indication systems
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
If OVHD panel is affected, some failure cases may generate LDG GEAR NOT DN Alerts.
As soon as three green are illuminated on one panel, gear is down.
if Primary or Secondary Landing gear indication system is not operative the illumination of the Green
System LO PR amber light on the HYD PWR overhead panel will be inhibited when the landing gear
control lever is in DOWN position.

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-32-1

ATR 72-600 MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 33
Rev. 00

2-33-1
2012 SEP 15

ATA 33 LIGHTS
ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

10-1 Cockpit

C 1 1

10-2 Cabin ceiling light

C 20 14

16-1 ANN light


(1) Test function

A 1 0

(2) DIM function

C 1 0

B 1 0

16-2 NO DEVICE memo light


(EWD)
16-3 SEAT BELTS memo light
(EWD)

C 1 0

C 1 0

31-1 Nose wheel well light

C 1 0

34-1 Cargo bay light

C 2 0

37-1 Main wheel well light

C 2 0

41-1 NAV light system

C 1 0

For daylight operation

42-1 LAND light

C 2 0

For daylight operation

C 2 0

43-1 STROBE light

C 3 0

46-1 TAXI and TO light

C 2 0

C 2 0

DATE: SEP 15,2012

Individual lights may be inoperative provided


remaining lights are:
(a) Sufficient lighting to illuminate all instruments,
controls and placards is assured, and
(b) RH dome and STBY instruments integrated
lights are operative
(c) Lighting configuration and intensity is
acceptable to the flight crew.
(o)

One or more strip may be inoperative provided:


(a) 14 operating ceiling lights are regularly
distributed within the cabin, and
(b) Lighting must be sufficient for cabin attendant to
perform its duties

(o)

May be inoperative provided operations are limited


to not more than two calendar days
May be inoperative for daylight operation
- OR May be inoperative for night operation

- OR For night operation provided one TAXI and TO light


is operative
For daylight operation

- OR For night operation provided one LAND light is


operative

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-33-1

ATR 72-600 MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 33
Rev. 00

2-33-2
2012 SEP 15

ATA 33 LIGHTS (Continued)


ATA CHAPTER

47-1 LOGO lights

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
D 2 0 *

48-1 BEACON light

C 2 1

* (o)

C 2 0

* (o)

ITEM

One or more may be inoperative, provided all STROBE


lights are operative.
- OR One or more may be inoperative for daylight operations
provided all STROBE lights are operative.
Note: If the fuselage anti-collision light is inoperative,
alternative procedures must be developed and used when
aircraft is on ground with engine(s) running.

49-1 WING inspection light

49-2 IEP light

C 2 0

A 2 1

C 1 0
A 1 0

50-1 EMER EXIT "DISARM" light

May be inoperative for daylight operation


- OR For night operation, one may be inoperative provided
operations are limited to not more than three calendar
days

C 1 0

50-2 Photoluminescent floor proximity C


emergency escape path
marking system

May be inoperative for daylight operation


- OR For night operation may be inoperative provided:
(a) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast icing
conditions, and
(b) Operations are limited to not more than three
calendar days

(o)

Provided EMER EXIT light system is operative and


armed prior to each departure
Provided:
(a) No more than one meter of photoluminescent tape
is inoperative on each strip, and
(b) This inoperative part is neither facing nor
continuous to an emergency exit

50-3 Ceiling emergency lighting

B 5 3

Provided a maximum of one in four consecutive


overhead emergency lights may be inoperative.

50-4 Emergency exit signs

C 10 10 *

Up to 50% of the bulbs may be inoperative in one or more


signs
- OR -

A 10 9

Except passenger entry door (located at AFT


LEFT), one may be inoperative provided associated exit
is considered inoperative. refer to MEL 52-21-1

51-1 Exterior EMER lights

DATE: SEP 15,2012

B 4

One light may be inoperative for daylight operation only.


For night operation refer to MEL 52 items 21-1

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-33-2

ATR 72-600 MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 33
Rev. 00

2-33-3
2012 SEP 15

ATA 33 LIGHTS
ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

63-1 Lavatory Compartment


RETURN TO SEAT Light

DATE: SEP 15,2012

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

C 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided the alternate


procedure has been established

REVISION:00

PAGE: 2-33-3

ATR72600MEL
33

OPERATIONS PROCEDURES

2-33-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 33 LIGHTS
10-2 Cabin
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
a) The sidewall lighting may be inoperative. Lighting provided by the ceiling lighting is sufficient.
b) The ceiling lighting can contain inoperative lights no more two adjacent lamps in the
longitudinal of lateral direction can be inoperative. Adjacent lamps are those next-to or
diagonally opposing lamps

16-1 ANN light Test function


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Following warnings have to be tested prior to the first flight of the day, to check red lights illumination.
PITCH DISCONNECT
The LH maintenance panel ROTARY selector has to be used:
Set the ROTARY selector to the function PITCH DISCONNECT
Depress TEST PTT
Check the MW light flashing RED.
After the check set ROTARY selector to NORM FLT

LANDING GEAR NOT DOWN


On LH MAINTENANCE, set ROTARY to LDG GEAR NOT DOWN
Set PL to FI or flaps 30
Depress TEST PTT
Check the warnings: CRC, MW light flashing red and LDG GEAR NOT DOWN light on CAP
illuminates
TO CONFIG
Depress TO CONFIG TEST PB while one out of the following four conditions is met:
Pitch trim set in the TO range
FLAPS set to 15.
PWR MGT set to TO.
RUD TLU green light illuminated.
Check the warnings: CRC, MW light flashing red and TO CONFIG light on CAP illuminates.
FLAPS UNLOCK
Set flaps 15
Depress and maintain FLAPS UNLK PTT on RH maintenance panel
Check warning is activated when the flaps position passes over the selected position minus
3 on the indicator.
48-1 BEACON light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
49-2 IEP light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During night operations use flash light to illuminate IEP.

DATE:SEP152012

REVISION:00

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OPERATIONS PROCEDURES

2-33-2A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 33 LIGHTS

63-1 Lavatory Compartment RETURN TO SEAT Light


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Cabin crew shall inform the person who stays in the lavatory when the situation is necessary to ask him/her
return to seat via knocking the door and voice reminding.

DATE:SEP152012

REVISION:00

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MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 34
Rev. 00

2-34-1
20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 34 NAVIGATION
ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Air Data System

11-1 Air Data Computer (ADC)

A 2 1 *

(o)

One ADC may be inoperative


provided: (a) The TLU manual
mode is operative,
(b) The IESI is operative, and
(c) All the IOM DC are operative, and
(d) The operations are limited to 2 calendar days,
and
(e) The autopilot is not used below 1000ft AGL,
and
(f) For day VMC flight only,
Note : When TLU automatic mode is inoperative
Refer to MEL 27 item 23-2

Attitude Heading

20-1 AHRS

A 2 1 *

One may be inoperative, provided:


(a) The autopilot used is prohibited below 1000ft
AGL, and
(b) The IESI is operative, and
(c) For day VMC flight only, and
(d) Operations are limited to no more than 2
calendar days

A 1 0 *

IESI may be inoperative provided:


(a) Both AHRS are operative, and
(b) Both ADC are operative, and
(c) For day VMC flight only, and
(d) Operations are limited to no more than 2
calendar days,

(2) STD baro button

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided the SET rotary


switch and the SEL pushbutton operates normally

(3) Brightness button

C 2 0

One or both may be inoperative provided the


brightness level is acceptable for the flight crew on
the affected side.

Integrated Electronic Standby


Instruments
22-1 IESI (1)

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ATA 34 NAVIGATION
ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Radio Navigation System

33-1 Marker beacon system

C 2 0 *

One or both may be inoperative for IFR operations


provided approaches and missed approaches are
not based on marker beacon only on the airports
specified in the operational flight plan.

36-1 ILS

C 2 1

One may be inoperative for IFR operations


provided approaches and missed approaches are
not based on ILS only on the airports specified in
the operational flight plan.

A 2 0

Both may be inoperative provided the destination


airport approach procedure is not required or the
alternative approved equipment giving equivalent
capability is operative.
Operations are limited for the flight back to the
designated airport for maintenance.

41-1 Weather radar

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided day operation only and


weather reports / forecasts available to the captain
indicate that potentially hazardous weather
conditions (detectable by the system(s) in working
order), are unlikely to be encountered on intended
route. The route includes also the alternate airports
specified in the operational flight plan.
Note: For departure from Japan with Weather
Radar inoperative, Station Duty Officer shall
contact JCAB to get permission prior to departure.

41-2 Radome bonding adhesive


tapes

C 8 7

Provided flight is not conducted in stormy conditions

42-1 Radio Altimeter System

B 1 0

May be inoperative.
Note: Stick pusher inhibition under 500 ft will be
inoperative
Note: Some GPWS functions are lost and ACAS is
lost:
Refer MEL34 item 48-2 and Refer MEL34 item
57-1

DATE:SEP 15,2102

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Rev. 00

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20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 34 NAVIGATION (Continued)


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

48-2 Ground Proximity Warning


System

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
A 1 0 *
May be inoperative provided repairs or

replacements are carried out within 6 further


flights or 25 flying hours or 2 calendar days,
whichever occurs first
Note:1. Where the area is terrain around,
specific in FOSM the flight shall be made with
day VMC only.
2. For departure from Japan with GPWS
inoperative, Station Duty Officer shall contact
JCAB to get permission prior to departure.

(1) Modes 1 to 4

A 1 0

(2) Test Mode

A 1 0

May be inoperative provided repairs or replacements


are carried out within 6 further flights or 25 flying
hours or 2 calendar days, whichever occurs first

B 1 0

May be inoperative

(3) Glideslope Deviation


(Mode 5)
(4) Terrain Awareness &
Warning System
(TAW S)
(Where required)

(5) Advisory Callouts

May be inoperative provided repairs or


replacements are carried out within 6 further
flights or 25 flying hours or 2 calendar days,
whichever occurs first
Note: Where the area is terrain around, specific
in FOSM the flight shall be made with day VMC
only.

- OR May be inoperative for day VMC only

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) The GPWS functions are operative, and
(b) Repairs or replacements are carried out within
10 calendar days
- OR May be inoperative provided repairs or
replacements are carried out within 6 further
flights or 25 flying hours or 2 calendar days,
whichever occurs first
Note: Where the area is terrain around,
specific in FOSM the flight shall be made
with day VMC only.

A 1 0

A 1 0

C 1 0

(o)

DATE:SEP 15,2102

May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used
Note: Check Flight Manual limitations for approach
minimums.

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Rev. 00

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ATA 34 NAVIGATION
ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Radio Navigation System

51-1 Distance Measuring


Equipment (DME)

C 2 1

(o)

One or more may be inoperative, provided that the


affected DME is not required for the routes and
approach procedure(s) intended to be flown.
Note: The approach procedure(s) intended to be
flown are at the airports specified in the
operational flight plan.

Note: An operative ATC Mode S Transponder is defined as a transponder that can provide at least
Elementary
Surveillance
Capability.
52-1 ATC Mode
S Transponder
(o)
One or more may be inoperative, provided that the
C 2 0
53-1 ADF Receiver
affected ADF is not required for the routes and
approach procedure(s) intended to be flown.
Note:
1. The approach procedure(s) intended to be flown
are at the airports specified in the operational
flight plan.
2. For departure from Japan with two ADF
receivers inoperative, Station Duty Officer shall
contact JCAB to get permission prior to
departure.
55-1 VOR Navigation system

C 2 1

A 2 0

(o)

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Both ADF and DME are operative or
alternative approved equipment giving
equivalent or enhanced navigation capability
is operative, and.
(b) Operational procedures, are not based
only on VOR signals.

(o)

One or more may be inoperative for a maximum


of 5 flights provided:
(a) Two additional items of equipment giving
equivalent navigation capability are operative,
and
(b) The flight can proceed safely, including approach
phase using the other operative navigation systems
Note: For departure from Japan with two VORs
inoperative, Station Duty Officer shall contact
JCAB to get permission prior to departure.

DATE:SEP 15,2102

REVISION:00

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MEL 34
Rev. 00

2-34-5
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ATA 34 NAVIGATION (Continued)


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Radio Navigation System


(Continued)
57-1 Airborne Collision Avoidance
System (TCAS)

(1) ACAS System (TCAS)

A 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative for 10 calendar days, provided


the system is set to OFF.
Note:
1. For departure from Japan with TCAS inoperative,
Station Duty Officer shall contact JCAB to get
permission prior to departure.
2. When TCAS is inoperative, the direct flight
between Taiwan and China via the Cross-Strait
ATS route is not authorized.

(2) Combine TA and RA


Dual Display

C 2 1

(o)

May be inoperative on the non-flying pilot side


provided, TA and RA elements and audio
functions are operative on the flying pilot side

(3) Resolution Advisory (RA)


Display System

C 2 1

(o)

C 2 0

(o)

One may be inoperative on the non-flying pilot side.


- OR One or more may be inoperative provided:
(a) All Traffic Alert (TA) display elements and audio
functions are operative, and
(b) TA only mode is selected by the crew

(4) Traffic Alert (TA) Display


System

C 2 0

(o)

DATE:SEP 15,2102

One or more may be inoperative provided all


installed RA display and audio functions are
operative.

REVISION:00

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MEL 34
Rev. 00

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ATA 34 NAVIGATION
ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Radio Navigation System


58-1 Global Positioning system
(GPS) function

C 2 0 *

C 2 1

(o)
(o)

61-1 Flight Management Application C 2 1 * (o)


C 2 0 *

61-2 Navigation databases


Note: Database(s) which is/are out
of date is/are considered to be
inoperative

(o)

May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.
Note: GPS approach N/A - OR
One may be inoperative provided GPS#1 is
operative

May be inoperative provided operations/procedures


do not require its use.
May be inoperative provided operations/procedures
do not require its use.
Note: RNP/RNAV N/A

C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The operative database is up to date for routes, departures,
arrival and approach procedures that require the use of navigation
Database for RNAV, and
(b) This up to date Database is readily available to the flight crew
member(s) responsible for navigation
One or more may be inoperative for the intended route where
conventional (non-RNAV) navigation is sufficient, provided:
(a) Current aeronautical information (e.g. charts) is available for the
entire route and for the airports intended to be used, and
C 2 0
(b) Navigation database information is disregarded.

DATE:SEP 15,2102

REVISION:00

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DISPATCH DEVIATION GUIDE

2-34-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 34 NAVIGATION
11-1 ADC
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
ADC switching must be set to valid ADC
TLU manual mode check:
Select HI SPD and check alert is generated after 25 seconds: MC, SC, FLT CTL TLU on FWS
and TLU FAULT light.
Check rudder travel is limited
Select AUTO and check alert stops after 15 seconds.
Check rudder travel is not limited

48-2 Ground Proximity Warning System


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
For departure from Japan with GPWS inoperative, Station Duty Officer shall contact JCAB to get
permission prior to departure.
51-1 DME
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
1) If the remaining DME fail in flight, the pilot shall notify ATC of failure as required.
2) For PBN operations, refer to OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Item 34-58-1

55-1 VOR Navigation system


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
1) Confirm that Non-VOR Approach procedures at any planned enroute airport, alternate/destination
airport is provided and available.
2) For PBN operations, refer to OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES Item 34-58-1

57-1 Airborne Collision Avoidance System


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
The associated ACAS C/B is pulled for ACAS deactivation.
58-1 GPS function
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
1. For RNAV operations depending on DME/DME or VOR/DME, sufficient navaid coverage must be
assured along the route and/or the area and 2 DMEs and/or VORs shall be operative.
2. For operations depending on GPS, sufficient satellite availability must be assured on dispatch.

61-1 Flight Management Application


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions. (Refer to AFM limitations chapter)

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

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MEL 35
Rev. 00

2-35-1
2012 SEP 15

ATA 35 OXYGEN
ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

11-1 LO PR alert

B 1 0

May be inoperative provided maximum altitude is


limited to 10,000 ft pressure altitude

13-1 Flight deck Pressure


indication

B 1 0

May be inoperative provided oxygen pressure is


checked on the bottle direct reading gauge prior to
each departure

15-1 Bottle gauge

B 1 0

May be inoperative provided flight deck pressure


indication is operative

20-1 Passenger oxygen system

B 1 0

(m) May be inoperative provided maximum altitude is


limited to 10,000 ft pressure altitude
- OR -

Passenger service unit


Oxygen Mask

B 19 0

B 19 0

35-1 Portable Oxygen Bottle

DATE:SEP 15,2012

(o) (m) May be inoperative provided maximum altitude is


limited to 10,000 ft pressure altitude
OR
One or more passenger service units may be
inoperative provided:
(a) Affected seats are blocked and placarded to
prevent occupancy,
(b) Units are operative for all operative passenger
seats

D 2 1 *

REVISION:00

(m) May be inoperative or missing provided each


inoperative equipment is placarded inoperative,
removed from the installed location, and placed out
of sight so it cannot be mistaken for functional unit,
and provided maximum altitude is limited to 10,000 ft
pressure altitude.

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Operation Procedures

2-35-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 35 OXYGEN
20-1 Passenger oxygen system / 35-1 Portable Oxygen bottle
OPERATIONAL
The supply is for 25% of passenger.
For the first row shall be blocked 2 seats on the effect side of each inoperative oxygen mask.
For the others shall be blocked 4 seats on the effect side of each inoperative oxygen mask.

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

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MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 36
Rev. 00

2-36-1
2012 SEP 15

ATA 36 PNEUMATIC SYSTEM

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

11-1 HP valve

C 2 1 *

11-2 BLEED valve

In case of BLEED LEAK a maintenance action is


due to close X BLEED:
refer to item 11-4
C 2 1 * (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:
(a) It is secured closed, and
(b) Flight level is limited to FL 170.
(c) No combustible material is carried in any
compartment.

11-3 Bleed FAULT alert

C 2 1

C 2 1

(m) One may be inoperative provided it is deactivated

One may be inoperative provided associated pack


FAULT alert is operative.
- OR One may be inoperative provided associated bleed
valve is considered inoperative and selected OFF:
refer to item 11-2

11-4 Ground X feed valve

C 1 0 *

(m) May be inoperative provided it is secured closed.

11-5 Ground X FEED VALVE


OPEN alert

C 1 0 *

(m) May be inoperative provided X valve is checked


closed.

11-6 OVHT alert

C 2 1 *

One may be inoperative provided associated bleed


valve is considered inoperative and selected OFF:
refer to item 11-2

22-1 LEAK alert

C 2 1 *

One may be inoperative provided associated bleed


valve is considered inoperative and selected OFF:
refer to item 11-2

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR 72-600 MEL


36

OPERATIONS PROCEDURE

3-36-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 36 PNEUMATIC
11-2 BLEED valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
As an in-flight failure could imply total loss of pressurization, fuel consumption at FL100 must be taken
into account to compute the trip fuel.

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

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MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 42
Rev. 00

2-42-1
20 12 SE P 1 5

ATA 42 INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS


ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

11-1 IOM DC

4 4

11-2 IOM AP

A 2 0

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

NO GO item
One or both may be inoperative
Refer to MEL22 item 18-1
Refer to MEL22 item 18-3

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MEL 52

Rev. 00

2-52-1
2012 SEP 15

ATA 52 DOORS
ATA CHAPTER

1
ITEM

11-1 Door alert system

12-1 Passenger Door Torque


Tube

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

B 1 0

A 1 0

*(o) (m) May be inoperative for one ferry flight to a base


where repair is possible provided:
(a) Ground personnel is responsible for
opening and closing operation is available, and
(b) Door is not operated from inside the aircraft
(except in case of emergency), and
(c) It is checked that nobody is right below the
door during the operation, and
(d) All possibly concerned personnel are informed
about the unbalanced condition.
Refer to MEL 52 page 2 for this item

21-1 Emergency Exit


31-1 Cargo door motor actuator

C 1 0

(m) May be inoperative provided an approved


mechanical device (crank) installed in the aircraft
is used for cargo door operation
- OR Load/unload the forward cargo thru operative
passenger door.

C 1 0
31-2 Cargo door control system

DATE:SEP 15,2012

(m) May be inoperative provided affected doors are


checked locked closed prior to each flight

C 1 0

REVISION:00

May be inoperative provided cargo door is visually


checked locked closed

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MEL 52
Rev. 00

2-52-2
2012 SEP 15

ATA 52 DOORS (Continued)

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

21-1 Emergency Exit (including


passenger/crew doors, but
excluding flight deck
emergency exits)

DATE:SEP 15,2012

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

A 4 3 * (o) (m) Except passenger entry door (located at AFT


LEFT), one may be inoperative for a maximum of 5
flights provided:
(a) The passenger number reduction and
distribution policy, and cabin safety procedures
are established and used, and
(b) The affected emergency exit is closed and
locked, and
(c) A conspicuous barrier, strap or rope and a
placard stating DO NOT USE are placed across
the affected emergency exit prior to passenger
boarding, and
(d) The affected emergency exit is not used for
passenger boarding, nor for any purpose whilst
passengers are on board, and
(e) Visual indications (illuminated and nonilluminated) directing passengers to the affected
emergency exit are obscured, and
(f) All crew members are briefed on the location and
condition of the affected emergency exit,
passenger distribution and modified cabin safety
procedures, and
(g) The affected emergency exit and blocked
seating layout are checked before each flight by
the relevant cabin crew member, and
(h) The escape path to the affected emergency exit
is checked by the relevant cabin crew member to
be unobstructed before each take off and landing.

REVISION:00

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MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 52
Rev. 00

2-52-3
2012 SEP 15

ATA 52 DOORS (Continued)

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

50-1 Cockpit door locking system

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

* (o)

Note: any part of the CDLS may be inoperative


provided the complete system is deactivated in
the unlocked position and operations are
limited to domestic flights.

(1) System (Control Unit,


Toggle Switch, Lights on
Control Panel, Buzzer)

A 1 0 * (o)

Provided operations are limited to not more than


two calendar days

(2) Call Pushbutton on Door


Call Panel

C 1 0 *

Provided the crew members interphone is operative

(3) EMER Pushbutton on


Door Call Panel

C 1 0 * (o)

Provided the crew members interphone is operative

(4) OPEN Light on Door Call


Panel

C 1 0 *

(5) DENY Light on Door Call


Panel

C 1 0 *

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:00

Provided the crew members interphone is operative

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2-52-1A

Operation Procedures

2012 SEP 15

ATA 52 DOORS
12-1 Passenger Door Torque Tube
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
1. Dispatcher center shall inform all ground handling agency while this MEL item has been discovered.
2. PIC may advise the ground staff when the cockpit/ground communication established to ask the operation
from outside the door.

21-1 Emergency Exit (including passenger/crew doors, but excluding flight deck emergency exits)

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
1. The passenger number reduction and distribution policy
Type III inoperative:
- Maximum number of passengers : 34 passengers
Seat arrangement BLOCK row 1,2,3

DO
NOT
USE

AFT SVC door inoperative:


- Maximum number of passengers : 26 passengers
Seat arrangement BLOCK row 18,19,20

DO
NOT
USE

2. The aircraft center of gravity resulting from the passengers, cargo and fuel distribution has to be checked to

be within the operational limits

50-1 Cockpit door locking system


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Move the manual lock bolt(s) to CLOSE position.
Note: when the door is locked with the manual bolt(s), the emergency access to the cockpit is
unavailable. It is recommended that at least two crewmembers remain in the cockpit during that
time.

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST
ATA 56 WINDOWS

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2-56-1
2012 SEP 1

Caution
A cockpit window with minor damages, as
described in SRM ref 56-10-00, is considered
operative, but the vision through this cockpit
window must be acceptable to the pilot.
C 6 6

A 6 6

DATE:SEP 01,2012

Rev. 00

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

11-1 Windshield (including main


windshield, forward and
after side windows)

21-1 Passenger compartment


window
Passenger configuration

MEL 56

A 52 52

REVERSION:00

(m) External ply may be cracked, provided vision is not


unacceptably impaired. In addition, for after side
windows crack.
- OR (m) Provided:
(a) Structural damages are accepted for non
pressurized flight provided vision is not
unacceptably impaired, and
(b) Operations are limited to not more than one
flight back to the destination airport for
maintenance.

(m) Provided:
(a) One or more cabin windows may be cracked
provided the flight is conducted unpressurized,
and
(b) Operations are limited to not more than one
flight back to the destination airport for
maintenance.

ATR72600MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 61
2-61-1
Rev. 00
2012 SEP 15

ATA 61 PROPELLERS
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

21-1 PEC channel

A 4 2 *

21-2 PEC SGL CH light


(indication on EWD)

A 2 0

21-4 PIU and associated propeller


speed selection
(Open)

22-1 Autofeather system (and


Associated test)

(o)

* (o)

2 0

May be inoperative
Two may be inoperative provided:
(a) One channel is operative on each engine, and
(b) Operations are limited to not more than two
calendar days
May be inoperative provided:
(a) PEC channel is considered inoperative on affected
engine:
Refer to MEL61 item 21-1, and
(b) Operations are limited to not more than two calendar
days

(o)

May be inoperative provided both CL are set to 100%


OVRD
Note: if affected side cannot be identified, both PIU
should be considered as inoperative.

C 2 0 *

(o)

Provided operations are conducted in compliance


with AFM

22-2 ATPCS (and associated test) C 1 0 *

(o)

Provided operations are conducted in compliance


with AFM

22-3 ATPCS ARM light

C 1 0 *

42-1 NP indication

C 2 1 *

(o)

45-1 LO PITCH CAUTION light


(indication on EWD)

C 2 0 *

(o)

50-1 Propeller brake

C 1 0 *

51-1 PROP BRAKE UNLK


51-2 PROP BRK local and memo
light

C 1 0

Provided ATPCS is considered inoperative

(m)

Provided neither reverser is used at landing


Hotel mode is not available

Provided propeller brake is removed after


deactivation: Refer to MEL61 item 50-1

C 2 1 *
- OR C 2 0 *

DATE:SEP15,2012

One may be inoperative provided the aircraft is not


operated into known or forecast icing conditions.

REVISION:00

Provided propeller brake is not used

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61

OPERATIONS PROCEDURES

2-61-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 61 PROPELLERS
21-1 PEC CHANNELS
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
On the engine affected by a PEC SGL CH light illuminated :
a) Other channel test :
Engine not running PL on GI CL on FUEL SO
RH Maintenance Panel, set WOW on FLT position
Advance CL to AUTO
Check PEC FAULT illuminates after 30 seconds
Retard CL to FUEL SO
Check PEC FAULT extinguishes after 30 seconds
RH Maintenance Panel, set WOW on NORM position
b) Overspeed governor test:
Engine running PL slightly above FI CL on AUTO Make sure NP is above 77%
Select PEC to OFF
Slowly advance PL up to reach NP = 102.5 %
Increase TQ by 5% and check NP unchanged
Retard PL to GI
Select PEC to ON and check PEC OFF extinguishes
Note: Low pitch stop is automatically checked when propeller is unfeathered

21-2 PEC SGL CH Light


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to 21-1
21-4 PIU and associated propeller speed selection
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
a) Engine not running PL on GI CL on FUEL SO
RH Maintenance Panel, set WOW on FLT position
Advance CL to AUTO
Check PEC FAULT illuminates after 30 seconds
Retard CL to FUEL SO
Check PEC FAULT extinguishes after 30 seconds
Reset PEC to make sure that SGL CH extinguishes
RH Maintenance Panel, set WOW on NORM position
b) Confirm SGL CH light illumination and extinction during unfeathering

22-1 Autofeather system


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.06: Dispatch with Autofeather system inoperative.
22-2 ATPCS (and associated test)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.10: Dispatch with ATPCS OFF.
45-1 LO PITCH caution light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Check on both engines that when the CL is set from FTR to AUTO, TQ stay below 10% with the PL on GI.

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR72600MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 73
2-73-1
Rev. 00
2012 SEP 15

ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL


ATA CHAPTER

13-1 IDLE GATE FAIL alert

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
C 1 0 * (o)

15-1 Fuel heater

C 2 0

C 2 0

A 2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative provided operations are limited to


not more than two calendar days

A 2 1

(o)

One EEC, counter and associated TQ target bug may be


inoperative provided:
(a) The DC HYD pump is operative, and
(b) The Associated pack and bleed valve are operative, and
(c) The Operations are conducted in compliance with AFM, and
(d) The Operations are limited to not more than two calendar
days.
Note: Disregard HBV flag on TQ 1(2) indication.

23-3 Uptrim (and associated test)


(Fleet)

C 2 0

(o)

Both may be inoperative (check eng test procedure)

23-4 UPTRIM light (EWD)

C 2 0

(o)

One or more may be inoperative provided uptrim is


considered inoperative:
Refer to MEL 73 item 23-3

ITEM

23-1 PWR MGT rotary selector

(m) If the reported fuel temperature is too low and SAT cannot
be maintained above 0C during the flight:
(a) Refer to maintenance procedure before any refueling,
and
(b) Check engine oil level before the first flight of each day
- OR (m) If the reported fuel temperature is too high: refer to
maintenance procedure before any refueling

23-2 EEC

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR72600MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 73
2-73-2
Rev. 00

2012 SEP 15

ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL


ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

31-1 Fuel flow indication

B 2 1 *

One may be inoperative

31-2 Fuel used

C 2 1 *

One may be inoperative provided associated tank


fuel QTY indicator is operative

34-1 Fuel clog

A 2 1 *

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Associated engine parameters are monitored
during the flight, and
(b) Operations are limited to not more than one
calendar day and aircraft does not depart an
airport where repair or replacement may be
carried out

35-1 Fuel temperature indication

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative provided associated fuel heater


is considered inoperative:
Refer to MEL 73 item 15-1

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR72600MEL
73

Operation Procedures

2-73-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL


13-1 Idle gate FAIL alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Check IDLE GATE lever position: after take off (pushed in) and at touch down (pulled out), and adjust if
required.

231 PWR MGT rotary


selector
OPERATIONAL
PROCEDURES

Q If One rotary selector stuck in TO position


CL 1 + 2, for the whole flight ...................................................................100% OVRD
O For CLIMB and CRUISE
Valid rotary selector..................................................................CLIMB / CRUISE
TQ affected side ............................................ According to the non affected one
Q One rotary selector stuck in MCT position
ATPCS is lost: refer to associated procedure in DDG 61 item 22-2
CL 1 + 2, for the whole flight ...................................................................100% OVRD
O For TAKE OFF
Inhibit CONFIG WARNING by depressing WARNING pushbutton when applying power.
Note: CAP light will not extinguish.
O CLIMB and CRUISE
Valid rotary selector..................................................................CLIMB / CRUISE
TQ affected side ............................................ According to the non affected one
Q One rotary selector stuck in CLB or CRZ or CRZ 1 position
ATPCS is lost: refer to associated procedure in DDG 61 item 22-2
O For TAKE OFF
CL 1 + 2 ...........................................................................................100% OVRD
Inhibit CONFIG WARNING by depressing WARNING pushbutton when applying
power. Note: CAP light will not extinguish.
O For CLIMB and CRUISE
Valid rotary selector..................................................................CLIMB / CRUISE
CL 1 + 2 .....................................................................................................
AUTO TQ affected side ............................................ According to the
non affected one
O For FINAL APPROACH
CL 1 + 2 ...........................................................................................100% OVRD
23-2 EEC
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.07: Dispatch with one EEC OFF.
If associated TQ target bug is inoperative, set power of local engine through cross-reference with
remote engine and QRH ops data.

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

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73

Operation Procedures

2-73-2A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL (Continued)


23-3 UPTRIM / 23-4 UPTRIM light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Perform the ENG TEST procedure (in the AFTER LANDING checklistdaily) before each take off in order to check
autofeathering operation.
Select affected engine BLEED VALVE OFF.
Apply RTO power on affected engine by pushing PL up to the ramp.
Increase V1 limited by VMCG by 3kt
After take off set affected PL into the notches, then apply CLIMB SEQUENCE.
BLEED VALVE............................................................................................................... ON

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR72600MEL
MEL 74

ATR72-600

2-74-1

MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

Rev. 00

2012 SEP 15

ATA 74 IGNITION
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

21-1 Spark igniters box

DATE:SEP15,2012

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

A 4 2 *

REVISION:0.0

One or two may be inoperative provided:


(a) One is operative on each engine, and
(b) Operations are limited to not more than three
calendar days

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ATR72600MEL
MEL 75

ATR72-600

2-75-1

MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

Rev. 00

2012 SEP 15

ATA 75 AIR
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

20-1 HBV discharge flapper


D 4 0

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:0.0

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ATR72600MEL

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

MEL 77
2-77-1

Rev.00

2012 SEP 15

ATA 77 ENGINE INDICATING


ATA CHAPTER

ITEM
00-1 AFU

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
B 2 1

(o) (m) one may be inoperative provided flight is


conducted in compliance with AFM

11-1 NH indicator

2 2

2 1

11-2 NL indicator

Either pointer or counter may be inoperative on each


indicator

(o)

- OR One may be inoperative provided both engines TQ and


NP indicators are operative

C 2 0

May be inoperative provided associated NH indicator is


operative and monitored

C 4 2

C 4 4

C 4 2

20-1 ITT

C 2 2

Either pointer or counter may be inoperative on each


indicator

21-1 Excessive ITT alert

A 2 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Associated ITT indicator is operative and monitored
throughout the flight, and
(b) Operations are limited to not more than three calendar
days

13-1 TQ Indication

DATE:SEP15,2012

(o)

(o)

REVISION:0.0

Either pointer or counter may be inoperative on each


indicator, provided the HBV is checked operative
- OR Target bug and counter may be inoperative on each
indicator providing associated EEC is operative
- OR One may be inoperative provided both engines NH and
NP indicators are operative.

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ATR72600MEL

77
OPERATIONS PROCEDURE

2-77-1A
2012 SEP 15

ATA 77 ENGINE INDICATING


00-1 AFU
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.08: Dispatch with AFU inoperative.

11-1 NH indicator
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
When starting affected engine, select CL FTR 5 seconds after START pushbutton has been depressed.

13-1 TQ indications
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
If TQ needle indication is inoperative

ATPCS.OFF
Note: AFU must be inoperative; refer to MEL 77 item 00-1 AFU
If TQ digital counter is inoperative
If associate EEC FAULT light is not illuminated

No penalties.
If associate EEC FAULT light is illuminated

Refer to MEL 73 item 23-2 EEC.


If TQ both digital counter is inoperative

Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.09;

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:00

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ATR72600MEL
MEL 79

ATR72-600
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

2-79-1

Rev. 00

2012 SEP 15

ALL ATR MODELS


ATA 79 OIL
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

32-1 Oil temperature indication

33-1 Oil pressure indication

B 2 1

B 2 1

(o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The associated fuel temperature indication is
operative, and
(b) The Oil pressure indication is operative, and
(c) The affected engine oil level is checked before the first
flight of each day.

(m) One may be inoperative provided the associated


ENG OIL PRESS alert is checked operative.

DATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:0.0

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ATR 72-600 CDL

CHAPTER 3 CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST


TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS3-1
LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES...3-2
GENERAL / FORMATS.....3-3
LIMITATION..3-3
PERFORMANCE...3-3
COMMUNICATION..3-4
FLIGHT CONTROL.3-5
LANDING GEAR.....3-6
DOORS.3-7
PROPELLER..3-8

DATE:SEP 15,2012

REVISION:0.0

PAGE:3-1

ATR 72-600 CDL

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES Chapter 3


PAGE

REV

DATE

3-1

REV 0.0

SEP 15,2012

3-2

REV 0.0

SEP 15,2012

3-3

REV 0.0

SEP 15,2012

3-4

REV 0.0

SEP 15,2012

3-5

REV 0.0

SEP 15,2012

3-6

REV 0.0

SEP 15,2012

3-7

REV 0.0

SEP 15,2012

3-8

REV 0.0

SEP 15,2012

DATE:SEP 15,2012

PAGE

REVISION:0.0

REV

DATE

PAGE:3-2

ATR72600CDL

GEN
CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST

3-3

Rev. 00

2012 SEP 15

GENERAL
The configuration deviation list belongs to chapter 2 limitations of this airplane
flight manual. Flight with certain secondary airframe missing parts is possible
as indicated in this list. Any part not included in this list must be considered as
necessary.

When no time rectification interval is given for operating with missing parts,
repairs or replacements must be done at the first station where they can
reasonably be made, as additional deviations may require the aircraft to be
taken out of revenue service.
The sign ( -- ) in NUMBER INSTALLED or NUMBER REQUIRED FOR
DISPATCH columns indicates that the quantity is variable.
Letter ( m ) against an item indicates that some maintenance action is
necessary to permit flight with these partsmissing.Refer to the related section
of the Maintenance Manual for this information.
LIMITATIONS
Dispatch is not allowed with more than two (2) missing CDL items.
No more than one (1) item per ATA chapter in this appendix may be missing
unless specifically designated combinations are indicated herein.
(Except static dischargers that are not to be accounted for in both limitations).

When missing part introduces additional limitation (s) this limitation is indicated
in REMARKS or CONDITIONS column. This limitation comes in addition to
limitations of chapter 2 of Flight Manual. It must be clearly indicated by a
placard on the captains instrument panel.
PERFORMANCE
Performance penalties are indicated in REMARKSorCONDITIONS column.
Performance penalties are cumulative unless specific penalties for particular
combinations of missing parts are indicated.
These take-off, en route and landing penalties apply to the most limiting
corresponding weight.
Mod : -DAATE:SEP15,2012

Eng : - REVISION:0.0

Model : 212 A
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GEN
CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST

3-4
Rev.00

ATA CHAPTER

2012 SEP 15

2 NUMBER INSTALLED
3 NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
4 REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

ITEM
23- COMMUNICATIONS

1 Static dischargers

25

Provided :
a) each aileron is equipped with at least 4
operative static dischargers, and

17

b) rudder is equipped with at least 4 operative


static dischargers and
c) each elevator is equipped with at least 2
operative static dischargers
d) tail cone is equipped with at least one
operative static discharger

Mod :

DAATE:SEP15,2012

Eng :

REVISION:0.0

Model : 212 A

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ATR72600CDL

GEN
CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST

3-5

Rev.00

2012 SEP 15

ATA CHAPTER

2 NUMBER INSTALLED
3 NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
4 REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

ITEM
27- FLIGHTCONTROLS
R

1-Flaphingefairng

2-Flaplowersurface
trailingedge

Provided
a)aircraftisnotoperatedintoknownorforecasticing
conditions,and
b)onlyonefairingmaybemissingperhalfwing(lefta
ndright),and
c)incaseofFWDpartofthefairingmissing,itisneces
sarytoremoveAFTpartsofthefairingatthesameloc
ation.

Model : 212 A

DAATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:0.0

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ATR72600CDL

GEN
CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST

3-6

Rev.00

2012 SEP 15

ATA CHAPTER

2 NUMBER INSTALLED
3 NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
4 REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

ITEM
32 LANDING GEAR

1-Main gear door

1 bis Main gear


Foldable doors

2-Nose gear forward


door

3-Nose gear aft door

4-Cover wheels

Provided aircraft is not operated into known or


forecast icing conditions Maximum speed : 200 k

Provided missing parts are on the same side

Flight with gear down (refer to 7 . 02 )

Maximum speed : 200 kt

Model : 212 A

DAATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:0.0

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GEN
CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST

3-7

Rev.00

2012 SEP 15

ATA CHAPTER

2 NUMBER INSTALLED
3 NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
4 REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

ITEM
52-DOORS

1-Access door to GPU


conector(DCorACW)
R

5-Access door to toilet


service panel

6-Access door to tail


cone bay

7-Access door to
refueling point

8-Jacking point covers

2-Access door to
refueling pane

3-Access door to
hydraulic bay
4-Access door to water
service panel

Pull C/B FUEL / FUELING CTL & IND to


prevent the battery from discharging. Push C/ B
back for refueling only.

Maxium speed: 200kt, and bay provided aircraft is


not operated into forecast or known icing /rain
conditions.

Model : 212 A

DAATE:SEP15,2012

REVISION:0.0

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ATR72600CDL

GEN
CONFIGURATION DEVIATION LIST

Rev.00
Rev. 00

ATA CHAPTER

3-8
2012 SEP 15

2 NUMBER INSTALLED
3 NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
4 REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

ITEM
61-PROPELLER

1-Propeller spinner

Provided air craft is not operated into known or


forecast icing conditions

Provided flap is removed

79-OIL

1-Engine oil cooler flap

Mod :

DAATE:SEP15,2012

Eng :

REVISION:0.0

Model : 212 A

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