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Page TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL Abbreviations Conversion Factors Temperature Conversion Table General Airplane Description Airplane Dimension Schematic Dimensions and General Data Overall dimension Wing Spar locations Horizontal tail surface Vertical tail surface Fuselage Landing gear Areas Doors Baggage compartment door (LH, aft) Antenna Location Schematic Visual Eye References For Ground Operation Steering Radii Steering Radii Schematic Turning Radii Turning Radii Schematic Jet Exhaust Single Engine Ground Idle Thrust Jet Exhaust Single Engine Take-off Thrust Jet Exhaust Two Engine Ground Idle Thrust Jet Exhaust Two Engine Take-off Thrust Airplane Jacking Jacking Points Schematic Towing Tow Bar Attachment Schematic Towbarless Schematic Ground Locking Safety Pins Mooring 01−10−1 01−10−13 01−10−14 01−10−15 01−10−16 01−10−17 01−10−17 01−10−17 01−10−17 01−10−17 01−10−17 01−10−17 01−10−17 01−10−18 01−10−18 01−10−18 01−10−19 01−10−20 01−10−21 01−10−21 01−10−22 01−10−22 01−10−23 01−10−24 01−10−25 01−10−26 01−10−27 01−10−27 01−10−28 01−10−28 01−10−29 01−10−29 01−10−30 01−00−1

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Page GENERAL Mooring Attachment Points Schematic Seat Assembly Seat Egression Moving the Seat Forward Eye Locator−Seat Adjustment Control Wheel Master Disconnect Pitch Trim Switch Autopilot/Flight Director (Touch Control) Radio Transmit Switch Flight Compartment General Arrangement Flight Compartment (Aft View) Pilot’s Side Console Pilot’s Side Panel Pilot’s Instrument Panel Centre Instrument Panels Overhead Panel Glareshield Centre Pedestal Copilot’s Instrument Panel Copilot’s Side Panel Copilot’s Side Console Airplane Doors Passenger Door Passenger Door Schematic Passenger Door Components Airstair and Handrails Assembly Lift arms “G” Locks Vent Flap Locked Indication Passenger Door Operating Handles Passenger Door Switches External Door Switch Access Panel Passenger Door Operation External Door Operation 01−10−30 01−10−31 01−10−32 01−10−32 01−10−33 01−10−34 01−10−34 01−10−34 01−10−34 01−10−34 01−10−35 01−10−36 01−10−37 01−10−38 01−10−39 01−10−40 01−10−41 01−10−42 01−10−43 01−10−44 01−10−45 01−10−46 01−10−47 01−10−47 01−10−48 01−10−48 01−10−48 01−10−49 01−10−49 01−10−49 01−10−49 01−10−50 01−10−51 01−10−51 01−10−52 01−10−52 Rev 12, Aug 14, 2006

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Page GENERAL Internal Door Operation Manual Closing Emergency Exit Aft Equipment Bay Door Aft Equipment Bay Door Schematic Aft Equipment Bay Door Operation Baggage Compartment Door Baggage Door Operation Baggage Door Indication Door Indication and Control STAT Page Passenger Door Emergency Exit Baggage Door Large Maintenance Doors Aft Equipment Bay Door Small Service Doors EICAS Messages EMS CIRCUIT PROTECTION CB − Doors Systems 01−20−1

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ABBREVIATIONS The following abbreviations may be used by cockpit displays, radio tuning units and flight management system or be found throughout the manual. Some abbreviations may also appear in lower case letters. Abbreviations having very limited usage are explained in the systems chapters where they are used. A A/C A/G A/ICE A/P A/S A/SKID ABS AC ACARS Air Conditioning Air/Ground Anti-ice Autopilot Airspeed Anti-skid Absolute Alternating Current ARINC Communications Addressing and Reporting System Air Conditioning System Controller Acceleration, accelerate(d), accelerometers Air Cycle Machine Alternating Current Motor Pump/Electric Hydraulic Pump Alternating Current Power Center Active Air Conditioning Unit Air Control Valve Air Data Computer Address Automatic Direction Finder Attitude Director Indicator Air Data System Automatic Flight Control System Aftward Above Ground Level Attitude Heading Computer Aileron Aligning, alignment alpha Altitude, Altimeter ALT ALT CAP ALT HOLD ALTN ALTS AM AMB AMP ANNUN ANT AOA AP APC APP, APR APPROX APU ARINC ARP ASCB ASYM AT ATA ATC ATS ATT ATTD ATTND AUTO AUTO BAL AUTO XFER AUX AV AVAIL AZ Altitude Hold (PFD/FD) Altitude Capture (PFD/FD) Altitude Hold Alternate Selected Altitude Arm/Abort (PFD/FD) Amplitude Modulation Ambient Amperes Annunciator Antenna Angle of Attack Autopilot Auxiliary Power Control Approach Approximately Auxiliary Power Unit Aeronautical Radio Incorporated Air Data Reference Panel Avionic Standard Communication Bus Asymmetrical Auto Throttle Air Transport Association Air Traffic Control Air Turbine Starter Attitude Attitude Attendant Automatic Automatic Balance Automatic Transfer Auxiliary Avionics Available Azimuth

ACSC ACCEL ACM ACMP

ACPC ACT ACU ACV ADC ADDR ADF ADI ADS AFCS AFT AGL AHC AIL ALIGN ALPHA ALT

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ABBREVIATIONS (CONT'D) B B/AIR B/C, BC B/CRS BCU B/LEAK BARO BAT BATT BDI BIT BITE BRK Bleed Air Back Course Back Course Brake Control Unit Bleed Leak Barometric Battery Battery Bearing Distance Indicator Built-In-Test Built-In-Test Equipment Brake BLD BMC BOOM BRG BRKR(s) BRT BTL BTMS BTMU BYPS C C CAI CAA CAIMS CAL CAP CAPT CAS CAS CAT CAT II CB, C/B CBP CCBP CCW CDL CDP CDU CFM CG CH CL CHG Center, Caution, Cabin Cowl Anti-Ice Civil Aviation Authority (UK) Central Aircraft Information Maintenance System Calibrate Capture Captain Calibrated Air Speed Crew Alerting System Category Category II Circuit Breaker Circuit Breaker Panel Cockpit Circuit Breaker Panel Counter Clockwise Configuration Deviation List Compressor Discharge Pressure Control Display Unit Cubic Feet Per Minute Center of Gravity Chapter, Channel Centreline Change CHAN CHGR CHRT CK CKPT CKT CL CLB CLK cm CMD CMPS CMPTR CO2 COM COMM COMP COMPT COND CONFIG CONN CONT CORR Channel Charger Chart Check Cockpit Circuit Closed Climb Clock Centimeters Command Compass Computer Carbon Dioxide Communication Communication Compressor, Comparator Compartment Condition, Continued Configuration Connection Control, Continuous, Contactor, Controller Correction Bleed Bleed Management Controller Headset microphone Bearing Breaker(s) Bright Bottle Brake Temperature Monitoring System Brake Temperature Monitoring Unit Bypass

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ABBREVIATIONS (CONT'D) CPAM CPCP CPC CPCS CPL CPLT CRS Cabin Pressure Acquisition Module Cabin Pressure Control Panel Cabin Pressure Controller Cabin Pressure Control System Couple Copilot Course D DA DCT DAU DBU DC DCP DCPC DECEL DECR DEFL DEG DEGRAD DEPR DEPT DEST DET DEV DFDAU Drift Angle Direct Data Acquisition Unit Data Base Unit Direct Current Display Control Panel Direct Current Power Center Decelerate(d) Decrease Defuel Degree Degraded Depressurize Departure Destination Detector Deviation Digital Flight Data Acquisition Unit E EAS ECP ECS ECU ED EEC Equivalent Airspeed EICAS Control Panel Environmental Control System Electronic Control Unit EICAS Display Engine Electronic Controller EDP EFIS EGPWS Engine Driven Pump/Engine Primary Hydraulic Pump Electronic Flight Instrument System Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System ( including windshear) Exhaust Gas Temperature DFDR DG DH DIFF DIM DIR DIS DISC DISCH DISP DIST DME DN DOT DR DSPY Digital Flight Data Recorder Directional Gyro Decision Height Differential Dimming Direct Distance (to way point), Disconnect Disconnect Discharge Dispatch, Display Distance Distance Measuring Equipment Down Department of Transport (Canada) Door Display CRT CRZ CTR CPCS CTRL CVR CW CYL Cathode Ray Tube Cruise Center Cabin Pressure Control System Control Cockpit Voice Recorder Clockwise Cylinder

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ABBREVIATIONS (CONT'D) EICAS EL ELEC ELEV ELT EMER(G) EMS EMS CDU ENG EPC EPLC EPCU EPGDS Engine Indication and Crew Alerting System Elevation Electrical Elevator, Elevation Emergency Locator Transmitter Emergency Electrical Management System Electrical Management System Control Display Unit Engine External Power Contactor External Power Line Contactor External Power Control Unit External Power Generation and Distribution System F F/CTL FAA FADEC FAIL FCC FCU FD, F/D FDAU FDR FEED FF, F/F FIDEEX FIRE BTL FIREX FECU Flight Controls Federal Aviation Administration (USA) Full Authority Digital Electronic Control Failure Flight Control Computer Flight Control Unit Flight Director Flight Data Acquisition Unit Flight Data Recorder Feeder Fuel Flow Fire Detection and Extinguishing System Fire Bottle Fire Extinguisher Flap Electronic Control Unit FL FL CH, FLC FLD FLT FLT DIR FLUOR FM FMS FPM FQMC FMQGS FREQ FT FW FWD FWC Flight Level Flight Level Change Field Flight Flight Director Fluorescent Fan Marker Flight Management System Feet Per Minute Fuel Quantity Management Computer Fuel Management Quantity Gauging System Frequency Feet, Foot Fire Wall Forward Fault Warning Computer EPR EQUIP ERP ESS ET ETA ETTC ETOPS EVAC EXH EXT PWR EXTIN EVMU EVMS Engine Pressure Ratio Equipment Eye Reference Position (datum) Essential Elapsed Time Estimated Time of Arrival Essential TRU Tie Contactor Extended Range Twin Engine Operation Evacuation Exhaust External Power Extinguish(ed) Engine Vibration Monitor Unit Engine Vibration Monitor System

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ABBREVIATIONS (CONT'D) G G (+/−) G/S GA GAL GALY GCS GCU GE GEN GLC GLD GMT Receiver Gain Glideslope Go-around Gallon Galley Ground Clutter Suppression Generator Control Unit General Electric Generator Generator Line Contactor Ground Lift Dumper (ing) Greenwich Mean Time GND GPM GPWS GR G GS,G/S GS GTC GP GUIDE GW H HBMU HDG HDG HOLD HDG SEL HEAT HF Hg HI HLDR HOR, HORIZ HOT Heater Current/Brake Temp Monitor Unit Heading Heading Hold Heading Select Heater High Frequency (3 − 30 MHz) Mercury High Holder Horizontal Hot Oil Temperature I I/B I/C IAC IAPS IAS ICAO Inboard Intercom, Inspection Check Integrated Avionics Computer Integrated Avionics Processor System Indicated Air Speed International Civil Aviation Organization ICS ID IDENT IFR IGN IGV ILS IM Idle Corrected Speed, Inter-Communication System Identification Identification Instrument Flight Rules Ignition Inlet Guide Vanes Instrument Landing System ILS Inner Marker HP HPSOV HPA HSI HSTA HSTCU HTR HUD HYD Hz High Pressure High Pressure Shut-off Valve Hecto Pascals Horizontal Situation Indicator Horizontal Stabilizer Trim Actuator Horizontal Stabilizer Trim Control Unit Heater Heads-up Display Hydraulic Hertz Ground Gallons Per Minute Ground Proximity Warning System Gear Gravity Glideslope Ground Speed Generator Transfer Contactor Guidance Panel Guidance Gross Weight

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ABBREVIATIONS (CONT'D) IMBAL IMC IMP IN IN Hg INBD INCR IND INFLT INHIB, INHB INOP INPH INSP Imbalance Instrument Meteorological Conditions Imperial Inch, Inches Inches of Mercury Inboard Increase Indication, Indicator In Flight Inhibit Inoperative Interphone Inspection J JAA Joint Airworthiness Authority K K, KT, KTS kg(s) kHz Knots Kilogram(s) KiloHertz L L L/T LAV LB(s) LCN LCV LDG LGDCIS LDG GR LDU LE LFE LG Left, Landing Landing/Taxi Lavatory Pound(s) Load Classification Number Load Control Valve Landing Landing Gear and Door Control Indicating System Landing Gear Lamp Driver Unit Leading Edge Landing Field Elevation Landing Gear LGECU LGW LH LIM LK LN LNAV LOC LOGO LOM, MM LOP LP LPM Landing Gear Electronic Control Unit Landing Gross Weight Left Hand Limit Leak Left Nose Lateral Navigation Localizer Logo Graphic Compass Locator at Outer Marker Low Oil Pressure Low Pressure Liter Per Minute KIAS kW(s) Knots Indicated Airspeed KiloWatt(s) INST(S) INST, INSTR INT INTEG I/O IRS IRU ISA ISO ISOL ITT IOP Instrument(s) Instrument Internal, Integral, Intersection Integral Input/Output Inertial Reference System Inertial Reference Unit International Standard Atmosphere International Standard Organization Isolation, Isolated Inter Turbine Temperature Input/Output Processor

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ABBREVIATIONS (CONT'D) LPT LR LRC LRN LSB Lo Pressure Turbine Left Rear Long Range Cruise Long Range Navigation Lower Side Band LTG(s) LW LWD LWR Light(s) Left Wing Left Wing Down Lower

M M m MAA MAC MADC MAG MAINT MALF MAN MAP MAX MAZ MB MCA MCL MCR MCT MDA MEA MECH MED MEL MFD MGP MHz Mach Number Meter Maximum Authorized IFR Altitude Mean Aerodynamic Chord Micro Air Data Computer Magnetic Maintenance Malfunction Manual Ground Map (WXR) Maximum MLS Azimuth Millibars Minimum Crossing Altitude Maximum Climb Maximum Cruise Maximum Continuous Thrust Minimum Descent Altitude Minimum Enroute IFR Altitude Mechanic Medium Minimum Equipment List Multi-function Display MLS Glideslope MegaHertz MI MIC MID AFT MID FWD MILS MIN MISC MKR MLG MLS MLW MM MMEL MMO MOCA MOD MON MPH MRA MSG MSL MTG MTO/MTOW MTW MZFW Misc % & Percent and °C °F Degrees Centigrade Degrees Fahrenheit Miles Microphone Middle Aftward Middle Forward .001 of an inch Minimum Miscellaneous Marker Main Landing Gear Microwave Landing System Maximum Landing Weight Middle Marker Master Minimum Equipment List Maximum Operating Speed in Mach Number Minimum Obstruction Clearance Altitude Module Monitor Miles Per Hour Minimum Reception Altitude Message Mean Sea Level Miles to Go Maximum Take-off Weight Maximum Taxi Weight Maximum Zero Fuel Weight

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ABBREVIATIONS (CONT'D) N N/A N2 NAV ND NDB (ADF) NEG NEUT Not Applicable High Pressure Rotor RPM Navigation Nose Down, Navigation Display Nondirectional Beacon (Automatic Direction Finder) Negative Neutral NL NLG NM No. NOPT NORM NOSE, N/W NR NU O OAT OB/OUTBD OBS OEI OEW OH, OVHD OK OM Outside Air Temperature Outboard Observer One Engine Inoperative Operating Empty Weight Overhead Okay Outer Marker P P#6 P/S PA PASS PBE PCU PFD PLA PLT(s) PNLS(s) PO POS PPH PRESS Panel 6 Pitot/Static Passenger Address Passenger Portable Breathing Equipment (Smoke Hood) Power Control Unit Primary Flight Display Power Lever Angle Pilot(s) Panel(s) Outside Air Pressure Position Pounds Per Hour Pressure, Pressurization PRI/PRIM PROC PROT PROX PRV PSI PSID PSIG PSU PTCT PTT PWR Primary Procedure Protection Proximity Bleed Pressure Regulating and Shut-off Valve Pounds Per Square Inch Pounds Per Square Inch Differential Pounds Per Square Inch Gauge Passenger Service Unit Protect Push To Talk Power OVBD OVHT, OH OVLD OVSP OVSPD OVTEMP OXY, O2 Overboard Overheat Overload Overspeed Overspeed Over Temperature Oxygen Nose Left Nose Landing Gear Nautical Mile(s) Number No Procedure Turn Required Normal Nose Wheel Nose Right Nose Up

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ABBREVIATIONS (CONT'D) Q QAR QEC QFE Quick Access Recorder Quick Engine Change Local Station Pressure R R RA RA RAT RAT GEN RATLC RADALT RCCB RCDR RCVR R/D RDCP RDR REC RECIRC RECOG REF(s) Right Radio Altitude Resolution Advisory (TCAS) Ram Air Turbine Ram Air Turbine Generator Ram Air Turbine Line Contactor Radio Altimeter Remote Controlled Circuit Breaker Recorder Receiver Refuel/Defuel Refuel/Defuel Control Panel Radar Receiver, Recorder Recirculation Recognition Reference(s) REFL REV RH RMI RMU ROT RPM RSB RT, R/T RTE RTE DATA RTO RTU RUD RVR RVSR RW RWD RWY S S SAT SBY, STBY SCAV SCV SCR SEC SEL SELCAL SENS SERV, SVCE SFCU Status Static Air Temperature Standby Scavenge Surge Control Valve Selector (Nav source) Second, Secondary Select, Selector Selected Call Sensitivity, Sensor Service Slats and Flaps Control Unit SID SMKG SOV SP, SPD SPC SPS SPKR SPLR(s) SQ SSB STA Standard Instrument Departure Smoking Shut-off Valve Speed Stall Protection Computer Stall Protection System Speaker Spoiler(s) Squelch Single Side Band Station Refuel Reverse Right Hand Radio Magnetic Indicator Radio Management Unit Rotation Revolutions Per Minute Radio System Bus Receiver-Transmitter Route Route Data Rejected Take-off Radio Tuning Unit Rudder Runway Visual Range Reverser Right Wing Right Wing Down Runway QNH QTY Altimeter Setting Quantity

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ABBREVIATIONS (CONT'D) STAB STAT STEER SUPPL SW(s) Stabilizer Status Steering Supply Switches T TA TACAN TAS TAT TCAS TCS T/C T/D TE TEMP TGT Traffic Advisory (TCAS) UHF Tactical Air Navigation Aid True Airspeed Total Air Temperature Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System Touch Control Steering Top of Climb Top of Descent Trailing Edge Temperature Turbine Gas Temperature or Target U UNSCHD USB Unscheduled Upper Side Band V V VA VB VC VD VDF/MDF VEF VF VFC/MFC Volt Design Maneuvering Speed Design Speed for Maximum Gust Intensity Design Cruising Speed Design Diving Speed Demonstrated flight diving speed Engine Failure Speed Design Flap Speed Maximum Speed for Stability Characteristics VFE VLE VLO VLOF VMC VMO/MMO VMU VR Maximum Flap Extended Speed Maximum Landing Gear Extended Speed Maximum Landing Gear Operating Speed Lift-off Speed Minimum Control Speed with the Critical Engine Inoperative Maximum Operating Limit Speed Minimum Unstick Speed Rotation Speed Rev 2A, Apr 11, 2005 USG UTIL United States Gallons Utility TLC TMS TO, T/O TOL T/R TRB, TURB TRK TRM TRU TST TTC TRU Line Contactor Thermal Management System Take-off Tolerance Thrust Reverser Turbulence Track Trim Transformer Rectifier Unit Test TRU Transfer Contactor SYN SYNC SYS, SYST STD Synchronize Synchronous System Standard

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ABBREVIATIONS (CONT'D) VS Stalling Speed or the Minimum Steady Flight Speed at which the Airplane is Controllable Stalling Speed or the Minimum Steady Flight Speed in the Landing Configuration Stalling Speed or the Minimum Steady Flight Speed Obtained in a Specific Configuration Take-off Decision Speed (formerly Denoted as Critical Engine Failure Speed) Take-off Safety Speed Minimum Take-off Safety Speed Vertical Speed Vertical Variable Frequency VFG VFR VG VHF VIB VIGB VMC VNAV VOL VOLT VOR VORTAC V/L VSI Variable Frequency Generator Visual Flight Rules Vertical Gyro Very High Frequency (30 − 300 MHz) Vibration Variable Inlet Guide Vanes Visual Meteorological Conditions Vertical Navigation Volume Voltage VHF Omnidirectional Range Station VOR and TACAN Co−located VOR/Localizer Vertical Speed Indicator

VS0

VS1

V1 V2 V2 MIN V/S, VS VERT VF

W WAIV WAI W W/C W/S W/W WARN WF Wf WGT Wing Anti-Ice modulating and Shut-off Valve Wing Anti-Ice Warning Wind Component Wind Shear Wheel Well Warning Runway Length Limited Weight Fuel Flow In Pounds Per Hour Weight X X XFEED XFER, XFR XFLOW Cross Transfer Crossfeed Transfer Cross Flow XMIT XPNDR XTK XWC Transmit Transponder Cross Track Cross Wind Component WHLS WIND WOW WPT(s) WRN WS WTC WSHLD WX WXR Wheels Window Weight-On-Wheel Waypoint(s) Warning Second Segment Limited Weight Windshield Temperature Control Windshield Weather Weather Radar

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ABBREVIATIONS (CONT'D) Y YD, Y/D Yaw Damper Z ZFW Zero Fuel Weight

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CONVERSION FACTORS Km/hr Multiply Centimeters Centimeters² Centimeters³ Cu ft³ Ft Ft² Gal, Imperial By 0.3937 0.155 0.061 0.0283 0.3048 0.0929 1.2009 4.546 3.7854 0.8327 2.54 6.452 16.387 2.205 0.6214 0.54 in in² kPa in³ Liters meters³ meters m² USG liters liters Imperial gal cm cm² cm³ Pounds (lb) Kilograms Kilometers lb PSI miles nautical miles 6.895 kPa 0.4536 kilograms Mph Meters Meters² Meters³ Miles Gal, US 0.2642 0.22 3.281 10.76 35.3115 5280 1.609 0.869 1.609 0.869 1.151 1.852 USG Imperial gal ft ft² ft³ ft km nautical miles km/hr knots miles m 0.145 psi To Obtain Knots 0.54 0.6214 1.151 1.852 knots mph mph km/hr

In In² In³

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TEMPERATURE CONVERSION TABLE
°C °F °C °F
°C °F °C
−50 −49 −48 −47 −46 −45 −44 −43 −42 −41 −40 −39 −38 −38 −36 −35 −34 −33 −32 −31 −30 −29 −28 −27 −26

°F °C
−58.0 −56.2 −54.4 −52.6 −50.8 −49.0 −47.2 −45.4 −43.6 −41.8 −40.0 −38.2 −36.4 −34.6 −32.8 −31.0 −29.0 −27.4 −25.6 −23.8 −22.0 −20.2 −18.4 −16.6 −14.8 −17.8 −17.2 −16.7 −16.1 −15.6 −15.0 −14.4 −13.9 −13.3 −12.8 −12.2 −11.7 −11.1 −10.6 −10.0 −9.4 −8.9 −8.3 −7.8 −7.2 −6.7 −6.1 −5.6 −5.0 −4.4 −3.9 −3.3 −2.8 −2.2 −1.7 −1.1 −0.6 0.0 0.6 1.1 1.7 2.2 2.8 3.3 3.9 4.4 5.0 5.6 6.1 6.7 7.2 7.8 8.3 8.9 9.4

°F °C °F
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 32.0 33.8 35.6 37.4 39.2 41.0 42.8 44.6 46.4 48.2 50.0 51.8 53.6 55.4 57.2 59.0 60.8 62.6 64.4 66.2 68.0 69.8 71.6 73.4 75.2 77.0 78.8 80.6 82.4 84.2 86.0 87.8 89.6 91.4 93.2 95.0 96.8 98.6 100.4 102.2 104.0 105.8 107.6 109.4 111.2 113.0 114.8 116.6 118.4 120.2

°C
10.0 10.6 11.1 11.7 12.2 12.8 13.3 13.9 14.4 15.0 15.6 16.1 16.7 17.2 17.8 18.3 18.9 19.4 20.0 20.6 21.1 21.7 22.2 22.8 23.3 23.9 24.4 25.0 25.6 26.1 26.7 27.2 27.8 28.3 28.9 29.4 30.0 30.6 31.1 31.7 32.2 32.8 33.3 33.9 34.4 35.0 35.6 36.1 36.7 37.2

°F °C °F
50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 122.0 123.8 125.6 127.4 129.2 131.0 132.8 134.6 136.4 138.2 140.0 141.8 143.6 145.4 147.2 149.0 150.8 152.6 154.4 156.2 158.0 159.8 161.6 163.4 165.2 167.0 168.8 170.6 172.4 174.2 176.0 177.8 179.6 181.4 183.2 185.0 186.8 188.6 190.4 192.2 194.0 195.8 197.6 199.4 201.2 203.0 204.8 206.6 208.4 210.2

°C
37.8 38.3 38.9 39.4 40.0 40.6 41.1 41.7 42.2 42.8 43.3 43.9 44.4 45.0 45.6 46.1 46.7 47.2 47.8 48.3 48.9 49.4 50.0 50.6 51.1 51.7 52.2 52.8 53.3 53.9 54.4 55.0 55.6 56.1 56.7 57.2 57.8 58.3 58.9 59.4 60.0 60.6 61.1 61.7 62.2 72.8 63.3 63.9 64.4 65.0

°F °C °F
100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 212.0 213.8 215.6 217.4 219.2 221.0 222.8 224.6 226.4 228.2 230.0 231.8 233.6 235.4 237.2 239.0 240.8 242.6 244.4 246.2 248.0 249.8 251.6 253.4 255.2 257.0 258.8 260.6 262.4 264.2 266.0 267.8 269.6 271.4 273.2 275.0 276.8 278.6 280.4 282.2 284.0 285.8 287.6 289.4 291.2 293.0 294.8 296.6 298.4 300.2

°C
65.6 66.1 66.7 67.2 67.8 68.3 68.9 69.4 70.0 70.6 71.1 71.7 72.2 72.8 73.3 73.9 74.4 75.0 75.6 76.1 76.1 77.2 77.8 78.3 78.9 79.4 80.0 80.6 81.1 81.7 82.2 82.8 83.3 83.9 84.4 85.0 85.6 86.1 86.7 87.2 87.8 88.3 88.9 89.4 90.0 90.6 91.1 91.7 92.2 92.8

°F °C °F
150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 302.0 303.8 305.6 307.4 309.2 311.0 312.8 314.6 316.4 318.2 320.0 321.8 323.6 325.4 327.2 329.0 330.8 332.6 334.4 336.2 338.0 339.8 341.6 343.4 345.2 347.0 348.8 350.6 352.4 354.2 356.0 357.8 359.6 361.4 363.2 365.0 366.8 368.6 370.4 372.2 374.0 375.8 377.6 379.4 381.2 383.0 384.8 386.6 388.4 390.2 GF0110_047

−73.3 −100 −148.0 −45.6 −72.8 −99 −146.2 −45.0 −72.2 −98 −144.4 −44.4 −71.7 −97 −142.6 −43.9 −71.1 −96 −140.8 −43.3 −70.6 −70.0 −69.4 −68.9 −68.3 −67.8 −67.2 −66.7 −66.1 −65.6 −65.0 −64.4 −63.9 −63.3 −62.8 −62.2 −61.7 −61.1 −60.6 −60.0 −59.4 −58.9 −58.3 −57.8 −57.2 −56.7 −56.1 −55.6 −55.0 −54.4 −53.9 −53.3 −52.8 −52.2 −51.7 −51.1 −50.6 −50.0 −49.4 −48.9 −48.3 −47.8 −47.2 −46.7 −46.1 −95 −94 −93 −92 −91 −90 −89 −88 −87 −86 −85 −84 −83 −82 −81 −80 −79 −78 −77 −76 −139.0 −137.2 −135.4 −133.6 −131.8 −130.0 −128.2 −126.4 −124.6 −122.8 −121.0 −119.2 −117.4 −115.6 −113.8 −112.0 −110.2 −108.4 −106.6 −104.8 −42.8 −42.2 −41.7 −41.1 −40.6 −40.0 −39.4 −38.9 −38.3 −37.8 −37.2 −36.7 −36.1 −35.6 −35.0 −34.4 −33.9 −33.3 −32.8 −32.2

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GENERAL AIRPLANE DESCRIPTION The airplane is a swept-wing monoplane with a pressurized cabin. It is capable of accommodating a pilot, a copilot, a third crew member and up to 19 passengers. The airplane has two BMW/Rolls Royce BR 710 turbofan engines. The airplane structure, in general, is fabricated from aluminum alloys. Alloy steels, stainless steels, titanium and composites are also used.

Kevlar Graphite Hybrid (Mainly Graphite) Glass

Strict attention is given to surface finishes, protection against corrosion and to external surface smoothness throughout the airplane. Sealing requirements include environmental sealing, protection of faying surfaces (similar and dissimilar) against corrosion, pressure sealing and integral fuel tank sealing. At sea level, the airplane and its installed equipment is certificated for operation in ambient temperatures ranging between −30°C (−22°F) and + 50°C (122°F). The airplane pressurization system is certified for operations up to a maximum pressure altitude of 51,000 feet.

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LEGEND

AIRPLANE GENERAL

AIRPLANE DIMENSION SCHEMATIC

(3.07 m)

13 ft 4 in (4.06 m)

94 ft 0 in (28.65 m)

8 ft 10 in (2.70 m)

42 ft 7 in (12.98 m)

25 ft 6 in (7.77 m)

83 ft 9 in (25.53 m)

96 ft 9 in (29.49 m)

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DIMENSIONS AND GENERAL DATA The data that follows is for general information only and is not to be used for inspection or rejection purposes. When specific data is required, the applicable illustration should be used. Overall dimension Length Height Wing Span Root chord (BL 47.61) Tip chord (W/STA 544) Dihedral of Wing Ref. Plane Spar locations Front Rear Flaps Slats Ground spoilers Multi-function spoilers Horizontal tail surface Span Root chord Tip chord Anhedral Vertical tail surface Span Root chord Tip chord Fuselage Diameter Length Landing gear Main gear Wheel size Rev 12, Aug 14, 2006 19 in. Nose gear 10 in. 8 ft. 10 in. 83 ft. 9 in. (2.69 m) (23.53 m) 13 ft. 8 in. 16 ft. 7 in. 10 ft. 7 in. (4.17 m) (5.05 m) (3.22 m) 31 ft. 9 in. 10 ft. 5 in. 5 ft. 5.0° (9.68 m) (3.18 m) (1.52 m) 14.0% 67.0% 3 per side Single Slotted Fowler Flaps 4 L.E. segments per side 2 per side 4 per side 93 ft. 6 in. 21 ft. 1 in. 4 ft. 1 in. 2.5° (28.5 m) (6.43 m) (1.24 m) 96 ft. 9 in. 25 ft. 6 in. (29.49 m) (7.77 m)

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DIMENSIONS AND GENERAL DATA (CONT'D) Landing gear (Cont’d) Tire size Max loaded tire pressure Main gear track Nose gear track Wheel base (max.) Areas Equivalent wing area (including ailerons, 1022 sq. ft. flaps spoilers and area within the fuselage) Horizontal tail area (Gross) Vertical tail area (Gross) Doors Passenger door (LH. fwd) Height to sill (one step below the floor line) 6 ft. 2 in. Width Height to sill (at floor line) Baggage compartment door (LH, aft) Height Width Height to sill (floor line) 2 ft. 9 in. 3 ft. 7 in. 6 ft. 7 in. (0.84 m) (1.09 m) (2.01 m) 3 ft. 5 ft. 4 in. (188 m) (0.91 m) (163 m) 245 sq. ft. 186 sq. ft. (94.95 sq. m) (22.76 sq. m) (17.28 sq. m) 38 in. 172 psi. 13 ft. 8 in. (4.18 m) 13.14 in. (33.4 cm) 40 ft. 2 in. (12.25 m) 21 in. 154 psi

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ANTENNA LOCATION SCHEMATIC
SATCOM (If installed)

VHF COMM #1 MODE S1 TCAS (Directional)

VHF COMM #3 ADF #2 HF

VOR/LOC (LH AND RH)

MODE S2 GPS #1

ADF #1

ELT

RAD ALT #2 RX
FGF0110_003

DME TCAS #1 OMNI MARKER BEACON

DME #2 MODE S 1&2 VHF COMM #2

RAD ALT #1 TX RAD ALT #2 TX

RAD ALT #1 RX

WARNING
Personnel should not stand nearby and in front of the radar antenna when it is transmitting. When the antenna is not scanning, the danger increases.
GLIDESLOPE WEATHER RADAR

PERSONNEL DANGER AREA RADAR 5 mW/cm 2 366 cm (12 ft.) Refer to Pilot’s Manual Pub. No. A28−1146−056−02

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VISUAL EYE REFERENCES FOR GROUND OPERATION

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STEERING RADII Steering radii are shown below. STEERING RADII SCHEMATIC
40 ft 4 in (12.30 m)

56 ft 6 in (17.24 m)

128 ft 2 in (39.07 m)

7 ft 4 in (2.3 m) 20 ft 8 in (4.23 m) 44 ft 9 in (13.64 m) 52 ft 5 in (15.97 m)

14 ft 0 in (4.26 m) 65 ft 4 in (19.92 m)

MINIMUM PAVEMENT WIDTH 180° TURN

NOTE Maximum steering Symmetrical and idle thrust No differential braking 75° steering angle 3° slip Dry runway Slow continuous turn Max A/C weight AFT CG.

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TURNING RADII Minimum paving width for 180° turn − 65 ft. (19.92 m) TURNING RADII SCHEMATIC

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JET EXHAUST SINGLE ENGINE GROUND IDLE THRUST

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JET EXHAUST SINGLE ENGINE TAKE-OFF THRUST

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JET EXHAUST TWO ENGINE GROUND IDLE THRUST

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JET EXHAUST TWO ENGINE TAKE-OFF THRUST

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AIRPLANE JACKING Three jacking points are provided, one on the forward fuselage and one on each wing rear spar for jacking the complete airplane. JACKING POINTS SCHEMATIC

SUPPORT BEAM

JACKING POINT

NYLON PLUG TYPICAL JACK
LEGEND JACK REAR FUSELAGE SUPPORT

JACK PAD

REAR FUSELAGE SUPPORT

The nose jacking point is located on the fuselage centerline. Gear jacking points are also provided for tire/wheel/brake changes. Jacking procedures are located in the Aircraft Maintenance Manual (Chapter 07). Rev 3, Apr 25, 2005

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TOWING A fitting for towing or pushing the airplane is located on the nose landing gear. During towing, nose wheel swivel through the range of ±75° each side of center is possible, without disconnecting the nose wheel steering torque links. The Aircraft Maintenance Manual (Chapter 09) has a detailed description of towing operations. NOTE Disconnecting the nose wheel steering torque links is recommended for all towing operations. TOW BAR ATTACHMENT SCHEMATIC

TOW BAR ASSEMBLY

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TOWBARLESS SCHEMATIC
WINCH STRAP TOWBARLESS TOW VEHICLE

WINCH CUT−OFF SWITCH PLATE

STRUT−STRAP NOSE LANDING GEAR

REAR GATE

CRADLE

Ground Locking Safety Pins Ground safety locks are provided for the nose and each main gear, gear doors and for the Ram Air Turbine (RAT). Refer to the applicable chapter for the safety pin installations.

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MOORING Fittings are provided on the fuselage and on the wing jacking points for mooring the airplane. Mooring procedures are located in the Aircraft Maintenance Manual (Chapter 10). MOORING ATTACHMENT POINTS SCHEMATIC

MOORING ADAPTER PLATE MAIN AND NOSE AREAS

JACKING PAD

TAIL AREA

TIE DOWN RING
30.25° 30.25°

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SEAT ASSEMBLY The crew seats provide adjustments fore and aft, inboard/outboard lateral adjustment (“J” track), height and armrest position.

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SEAT ASSEMBLY (CONT'D) Seat Egression Make sure the seat is in the fully upright position, then pull on the fore/aft lever and move the seat to its fully aft position. NOTE The lateral tracking is now automatically enabled.

CAUTION
Do not try to move the seat laterally with the fore/aft lever in the up position. This could cause damage to the mechanism. Release the fore/aft lever. Move the seat to its fully outboard position to facilitate egress from the seat. Moving the Seat Forward

CAUTION
If the seat is moved forward when it is not in its fully inboard position, it can jam. After getting back onto the seat, before touching the fore/aft lever, move the seat laterally to its fully inboard position. NOTE There is no mechanical lock to keep the seat in its position until you move it forward. Keeping the seat in its fully inboard position, raise the fore/aft lever to move the seat forward. The seat must be moved forward at least one inch (2.54 cm) before the lateral tracking latch is automatically locked. Release the lever when the desired forward position is reached. NOTE When the seat moves forward, the lateral tracking mechanism is disabled, and the seat should not move laterally.

CAUTION
If the seat jams or moves laterally when it is not in its fully aft position, do not attempt to reset it using force, as damage to the mechanism may occur. Call a maintenance technician for troubleshooting and repair.

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EYE LOCATOR-SEAT ADJUSTMENT An eye locator is mounted on the centre windshield post to enable seat adjustment for correct eye-to-wheel height.
TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW

S NE T’ LI LO T PI IGH S

C SI OP G IL HT O LI T’S NE

NOTE The support bracket is not shown.

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CONTROL WHEEL The pilot and copilot control wheels contain the following switches: • Master disconnect. • Pitch Trim Switch. • Autopilot/Flight Director Touch Control. • Radio Key. Master Disconnect The Master Disconnect switch disengages the autopilot, deactivates the stick pusher and the pitch trim. When released, the stick pusher and the pitch trim system are immediately reactivated but the autopilot remains disengaged. Pitch Trim Switch The Pitch Trim Switch enables the pilot/copilot to control the trim from each control wheel. Autopilot/Flight Director (Touch Control) The Touch Control Switch (TCS) is located on the control wheel. It enables the pilot to maneuver the airplane without disconnecting the autopilot control. Radio Transmit Switch The Radio Transmit Switch activates the selected radio transmitter or the interphone.
2 3

1 4

(radio transmit switch located behind)

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Master Disconnect 4 Pitch Trim Switch 10 Autopilot/Flight Director Touch Control 4 Radio Transmit Switch 6

AIRPLANE GENERAL

FLIGHT COMPARTMENT GENERAL ARRANGEMENT
7
DISCH
1 2

DISCH
1 2

DISCH
1 2

PULL

PULL

PULL

TEMPERATURE
COCKPIT FWD CABIN AFT CABIN

COLD

HOT

COLD

HOT

COLD

HOT

RECIRC

TRIM AIR

RAM AIR

OFF

OFF

ON

AURAL WARNING
IAC 1 IAC 2
AUX PRESS MUTED MUTED L MAN TEMP HOT ON COLD ON COLD MAN HOT R MAN TEMP

ELT
PUSH TO MUTE

MAN
AUTO/ MAN

PRESSURIZATION
MAN ALT UP DN LDG ELEV MAN FMS

AUTO
RATE UP DN HIGH NORM

FOR AVIATION EMER USE ONLY
UNAUTHORIZED OPERATION PROHIBITED

ARM/ RESET

L WING FEED INHIBIT
AUX PUMP

WING XFER
AUTO

R WING FEED INHIBIT
AUX PUMP

PACK CONTROL
L PACK FAIL LO OFF HIGH OFF ON MAN NORM R PACK FAIL EMER DEPRESS

OUTFLOW VALVE DITCHING 1 CLOSED 2 CLOSED ON

HYDRAULIC
OFF OFF OFF XFEED SOV CLOSED CLOSED PRI PUMP FAIL OFF OPEN OFF PRI PUMP OFF

L HYD SOV

L HYD SOV

L ENG BLEED
AUTO ON CLSD

XBLEED
AUTO OPEN

R ENG BLEED
AUTO OFF ON OFF/ RESET L ON

WINDSHIELD HEAT
OFF/ RESET R ON

1B
ON OFF AUTO

3A

HYDRAULIC 3B
ON OFF ON OFF AUTO

AFT XFER

2B
ON OFF AUTO

L RECIRC

AUTO OFF ON

R RECIRC

OFF

OFF

R ENG BLEED
AUTO OFF ON

EXTERNAL LIGHTS
NAV BEACON WHT OFF ON OFF RED STROBE OFF ON WING INSP OFF ON LOGO OFF ON

ELECTRICAL
BATT MASTER
EXT AC AVAIL ON EXT DC

6 5 4

OFF EMS ON

ENGINE
AVAIL ON IGNITION

ENG START
AUTO L CRANK L CRANK

ANTI−ICE
L COWL
AUTO OFF ON OFF

WING
AUTO ON OFF

R COWL
AUTO ON L WING OFF ON

LANDING
NLG OFF ON R WING OFF ON TAXI/RECOG/ OFF ON

GEN 1 FAIL OFF

GEN 2 FAIL OFF

GEN 3 FAIL OFF

GEN 4 FAIL OFF

APU
PUSH OFF/RESET
APU GEN FAIL OFF PUSH OFF/RESET RAT GEN OFF FAIL OFF RUN START

WING XBLEED
AUTO FROM L FROM R

PASS SIGNS
NO SMKG ON OFF AUTO SEAT BELTS ON OFF AUTO

EMER LIGHTS
ON OFF ARM

NO SMOKING
B 10 10 C

8 9 10

DN

3
CHR

11
MASTER WARNING/CAUTION

MASTER WARNING/CAUTION ROLL SPLRS ROLL SEL PLT ROLL PLT CONT WARNING CAUTION

MINIMUMS RAD BARO

NAV SCR

BARO SET IN HPa

SPD CRS 1 FMS MAN HDG ALT CRS 1

MINIMUMS RAD BARO

NAV SCR

BARO SET IN HPa

ROLL SPLRS WARNING CAUTION ROLL SEL CPLT ROLL CPLT CONT

PUSH STD

PUSH DCT

PUSH CHG

PUSH SYNC

UP

PUSH DCT

PUSH STD

STBY
CHR

STALL
PUSHER ON OFF

PFD
ET

MFD

EICAS STBY

SYSTEMS

MFD

PFD
ET AFCS AIR COND/PRESS APU BLEED CAIMS COMM

STALL
PUSHER ON OFF

CIRCUIT BREAKER − SYSTEM 1/2
AFCS AIR COND/PRESS APU BLEED CAIMS COMM DOORS ELEC ENGINE FIRE FLT CONTROLS FUEL

CIRCUIT BREAKER − SYSTEM 1/2
DOORS ELEC ENGINE FIRE FLT CONTROLS FUEL

12

2

BRT

EGPWS

MUTED

OVRD

OFF

NOSE STEER

LDG GEAR

HORN

PILOT EVENT

GND LIFT DUMPING

AUTO BRAKE

OPEN PUSH

ENGINE
L N1 R N1

118.00 131.27
MEMORY−1 ATC/TCAS

131.10 112.00
TEMP−1 ADF1

118.00 131.27
MEMORY−1 ATC/TCAS

131.10 112.00
TEMP−1 ADF1

1605
STANDBY TCAS DSPY 1 ALT:

620.0
ANT HF1

1605
STANDBY

620.0
ANT HF1

REL

15423
LV

MAX THRUST

TCAS DSPY 1 ALT:

REL

15423
LV

NORMAL
FROM ON TO WPT

2000

NORMAL

2000

TUNE
1/2

TUNE

TK GS

STS FULL

IDLE REV

SYSTEM SELECT
MAX

MAX REV

FLIGHT SPOILER

L

ENGINE RUN

R
RESET

RESET TEST

N
PUSH 100%

TEST

OFF

OFF

OXYGEN MASK

N
PUSH 100%

OXYGEN MASK

EICAS

1
AIL L W D R W D CH1
OFF LAV CALL
LAV CALL FWD AFT

SCROLL

SYSTEM SELECT

PASSENGER OXYGEN
NORMAL TEST PORT CLOSED FIRST AID OFF PASS ON OVERRIDE

TRIMS
NL

COCKPIT LIGHTS
RUD NR INTEGRAL

DIM L STAB CH2
OFF

BRT

DIM CTR

BRT

DIM R

BRT
COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER MICROPHONE MONITOR

ON AUTO DIM CB BRT OFF MASTER DIM OVHD BRT DIM BRT PBA ON OFF EYE REF FLOOD AREA DIM OFF FLOOR ON OFF STATUS HEADPHONE BRT ERASE TEST

PUSH OFF/RESET

PARK/EMER

PARK/EMER

BRAKE

BRAKE

COCKPIT LIGHTS
CABIN CALL
CABIN CALL FWD AFT

CREW AREA PA

ON

OFF PUSH TO RESET

L

BRT

OFF

CTR

BRT

OFF

R

BRT

DISPLAY

DIM

L

BRT

DIM

CTR
NORM

BRT

DIM

R
NORM

BRT

NORM

ALTN

ALTN2

ALTN1 ALTN3

ALTN

PFD1

EICAS

PFD2

PFD1

PFD2

IRS
NORM

ADC
NORM

ADC

IRS
NORM

ALTN

ALTN

ALTN

IRS1

IRS2

IRS3

SG1

SG3

SG2

14

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Flight Bag Storage Pilot’s Side Console 8 15 17 Pilot’s Side Panel 7 10 11 Pilot’s Instrument Panel 11 17 EICAS Display 3 Glareshield 3 4 10 Overhead Panel 2 3 5 7 9
12 13 14 16 18

8. Standby Instruments 11 9. Systems Display 2 3 7 10 12 13 18 10. Copilot’s Instrument Panel 11 17 11. Copilot’s Side Panel 7 10 11 12. Copilot’s Side Console 6 8 15 17 13. Control Wheel 4 6 10 14. Pedestal 3 6 7 10 11
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FAULT

LOW PPR

13

EPR
COM1 NB NAV1

EPR
COM1 NB NAV1

13

PUSH TO CLOSE
OPEN PUSH

AIRPLANE GENERAL

FLIGHT COMPARTMENT (AFT VIEW)
2
OIL REPLENISHMENT
POWER
SYSTEM ON

RESERVOIR
TANK LO PUMP ON

LH ENG
LO OIL VLV OPEN

APU
LO OIL VLV OPEN

RH ENG
LO OIL VLV OPEN

1

PRINT MAINT REPORT

REFUEL/DEFUEL PANEL
LEFT CENTER RIGHT PRESEL INCR

5
DATA UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD
DAU 1A IAC 1 DAU 1B IAC 2 DAU 2A IAC 3 DAU 2B GPWS DAU 3A DAU 3B DAU 4A DAU 4B IRS 1 IRS 2 IRS 3 WX SPARE SATCOM SDU CABIN COMM GPS 1 GPS 2 ADC 1 ADC 2 ADC 3

TOTAL MANUAL LEFT CTR RIGHT OPEN

PRESEL MANUAL OFF REFUEL REFUEL
AUTO

DECR

START

DEFUEL CLOSE

STOP/ SOV TEST

3 280 BULKHEAD FWD FACE RH SIDE 4 6 7 280 BULKHEAD FWD FACE LH SIDE

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Refuel/Defuel Panel 12 Oil Replenishment Panel 18 Circuit Breaker Panel 7 Halon Fire Extinguisher 8

5. Data Upload/Download Panel 6 6. Portable Breathing Equipment 8 7. Crash Axe 8

AIRPLANE GENERAL

PILOT'S SIDE CONSOLE

4

FLASHLIGHT

HEADSET PANEL

FROM ON

TO

WPT

3

TK GS

STS

SYSTEM SELECT

RESET TEST

N
PUSH 100%

OXYGEN MASK

FLASHLIGHT 1

2
HEADSET
MIC HDPH

1. 2. 3. 4.

Oxygen Mask/Regulator 8 Headset Panel 6 Navigation Display Unit 17 Nosewheel Steering Handwheel 15
GF0110_020

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PILOT'S SIDE PANEL

2

3 4

1

SEL ET

STALL
PUSHER ON OFF
DT GPS INT ET CHR
MODE

RST

LT

CHR

CIRCUIT BREAKER − SYSTEM 1/2
AFCS AIR COND/PRESS APU BLEED CAIMS COMM DOORS ELEC ENGINE FIRE FLT CONTROLS FUEL

M
BRT

1. 2. 3. 4.

Electrical Management System 7 Stall Pusher Switch 10 Clock 11 Air Conditioning Gasper 2

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PILOT'S INSTRUMENT PANEL
2 3

LNAV AP1 VALT VAPP VNAV

HDG 330

360
N KPHX TOC KSRP KDVT 5 5

20 10

20 10

33

3

KLAX

LUF
30 6

10 20

10 20

600 RAD 29.92 IN
12.5 NM KDVT ETE 1+36 SAT −56 TAT −40 TAS 234 GSPD 345 TERR OFF

WX KDVT KSRP

TOC

KPHX
FL180

4000 LX

4000

AIRSPEED LIMITS − (INDICATED SPEEDS)
VFE (SLATS OUT, 0° FLAPS).............. 225 VFE (SLATS OUT, 6° FLAPS).............. 210 VFE (SLATS OUT, 16° FLAPS)............ 210 VFE (SLATS OUT, 30° FLAPS)............ 185 VA (MANEUVERING) (AT SEA LEVEL AT 87,700 LB)............ 240 (AT 20,000 FT AT 78,600 LB)............... 250 VMO (BELOW 8,000 FT)...................... 300 VMO (8,000 TO 30,267 FT).................. 340 MMO (30,267 FT TO 35,000 FT).......... 0.89 MMO (AT 41,400 FT)............................ 0.88 MMO (AT 47,000 FT).......................... 0.858 MMO (AT 51,000 FT).......................... 0.842 VLO (EXT) (L/G EXTENSION)...............200 VLO (RET) (L/G RETRACTION)............200 VLE (L/G EXTENDED)...........................250

CREW LIFE VEST UNDER SEAT

1 1. Airspeed Placard 2. Primary Flight Display 11 17 3. Multi−Functional Display 11 17 MAP Mode PLAN Format WX Radar TCAS Traffic
AIRSPEED LIMITS − (INDICATED SPEEDS)
VFE (SLATS OUT, 0° FLAPS).............. 225 VFE (SLATS OUT, 6° FLAPS).............. 210 VFE (SLATS OUT, 16° FLAPS)............ 210 VFE (SLATS OUT, 30° FLAPS)............ 185 VA (MANEUVERING) (AT SEA LEVEL AT 87,700 LB)............ 240 (AT 20,000 FT AT 78,600 LB)............... 250 VMO (BELOW 8,000 FT)...................... 300 VMO (8,000 TO 30,267 FT).................. 340 MMO (30,267 FT TO 35,000 FT).......... 0.89 MMO (AT 41,400 FT)............................ 0.88 MMO (AT 47,000 FT).......................... 0.858 MMO (AT 51,000 FT).......................... 0.842 VLO (EXT) (L/G EXTENSION)...............200 VLO (RET) (L/G RETRACTION)............200 VLE (L/G EXTENDED)...........................250

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AIRPLANE GENERAL

CENTRE INSTRUMENT PANELS
Standby Attitude Indicator 11

1.65

1.65

CKPT (°C)
30 20 10 10 20 30

1.54
EPR

1.54

FWD AFT CABIN (°C) CABIN (°C)

CAB ALT P CAB RATE 2 1

1300 0.00

20
19 OXYGEN

20
21

23
22

90 %

OUTFLOW VALVES

73.3
N1

73.3

1
OPEN

2
OPEN

0 1

0
2

13 %

13 %

789
ITT

789
9
10 0

OIL QTY (QTS) 10.4 ENG 10.4 APU 4.5 RES
0 F EE T 1 2 3 ALT 6 180
7.2
RO
in Hg

5.0

1
7
mb/hPa

0 013
4 200
KNOTS

RPM 100

APU EGT 400

93.4 5750 115 81

93.4 N2 5750 FF (PPH) 115 OIL TEMP 81 OIL PRESS

NU

TRIMS AIL

10 13

5

2992

03

BRAKE TEMP 03 03 03

TOTALFUEL(LBS)

41550
14600

IAS

LWD ND STAB NL RUDDER

RWD NR

BA

14600

10000

Engine Indication and Crew Alerting System (EICAS) Primary Display
Engine Instruments 18 Caution and Warning Annunciator 3 Fuel Quantity 12 Flap/Slat and Spoiler Status 10 Landing Gear Status 15 Flight Control Trims 10

Standby Altimeter/ Airspeed Indicator

11

EICAS Sytem Display
Airplane Status Information and the following synoptic pages: Bleed System 2 Anti−Ice System 2 Electrical System (AC and DC) 7 Fuel System 12 Flight Controls 10 Hydraulics 13

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OVERHEAD PANEL
5 6

DISCH
1 2

7
DISCH
1 2

DISCH
1 2

PULL

4

PULL

PULL

TEMPERATURE
COCKPIT FWD CABIN AFT CABIN

COLD

HOT

COLD

HOT

COLD

HOT

RECIRC

TRIM AIR

RAM AIR

OFF

OFF

ON

3
ELT
ON

AURAL WARNING
IAC 1 IAC 2
AUX PRESS MUTED MUTED L MAN TEMP HOT ON COLD COLD MAN HOT R MAN TEMP

8
MAN
AUTO/ MAN

PRESSURIZATION
MAN ALT UP DN LDG ELEV MAN FMS

AUTO
RATE UP DN HIGH NORM

PUSH TO MUTE

FOR AVIATION EMER USE ONLY
UNAUTHORIZED OPERATION PROHIBITED

ARM/ RESET

L WING FEED INHIBIT
AUX PUMP

WING XFER
AUTO

R WING FEED INHIBIT
AUX PUMP

PACK CONTROL
L PACK FAIL LO OFF HIGH OFF ON MAN NORM R PACK FAIL EMER DEPRESS

OUTFLOW VALVE 1 CLOSED 2 CLOSED DITCHING

HYDRAULIC

2

OFF

OFF OFF XFEED SOV

ON

L HYD SOV

L HYD SOV

CLOSED

CLOSED

L ENG BLEED
PRI PUMP AUTO OFF OFF ON CLSD

XBLEED
AUTO OPEN

R ENG BLEED
AUTO OFF ON OFF/ RESET L ON

PRI PUMP FAIL OFF OPEN

WINDSHIELD HEAT
OFF/ RESET R ON

9

1B
ON OFF AUTO

3A

HYDRAULIC 3B
ON OFF ON OFF AUTO

AFT XFER

2B
ON OFF AUTO

L RECIRC

AUTO OFF ON

R RECIRC

OFF

OFF

APU BLEED
AUTO OFF ON

EXTERNAL LIGHTS
NAV BEACON OFF ON WHT OFF RED STROBE OFF ON WING INSP OFF ON LOGO OFF ON

ELECTRICAL
BATT MASTER
OFF EMS ON EXT AC AVAIL ON EXT DC

ENGINE
AVAIL ON IGNITION

ENG START
AUTO L CRANK L CRANK

ANTI−ICE
L COWL
AUTO OFF ON OFF

WING
AUTO ON OFF

R COWL
AUTO ON L WING OFF ON

LANDING
NLG OFF ON R WING OFF ON TAXI/RECOG/ OFF ON

GEN 1 FAIL OFF

GEN 2 FAIL OFF

GEN 3 FAIL OFF

GEN 4 FAIL OFF

10

APU
PUSH OFF/RESET
APU GEN FAIL OFF PUSH OFF/RESET RAT GEN OFF FAIL OFF RUN START

WING XBLEED
AUTO FROM L FROM R

PASS SIGNS
NO SMKG ON OFF AUTO SEAT BELTS ON OFF AUTO

EMER LIGHTS
ON OFF ARM

1
B 10 10 C

NO SMOKING

11

15 14 16 13 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Electrical Panel 7 Hydraulic Panels 13 ELT Panel 6 Gasper 2 Aural Warning Panel 3 Fire Discharge Handles 9 Bleed/Air Conditioning/Anti−Ice Panel 2 14 18 Pressurization Panel 2 9. Windshield Heat Panel 14 10. External Lights Panel 16 11. Passenger Signs/Emergency Lights Panel 16 12. Engine Panel 18 13. Standby Compass 17 14. APU Panel 5 15. Fuel Panel 12 16. CVR Area Microphone 6 12

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GLARESHIELD
1
MASTER WARNING/CAUTION HUD ROLL SPLRS ROLL SEL PLT ROLL DIM OFF BRT PLT CONT WARNING CAUTION

RAD

MINIMUMS BARO

NAV SCR

BARO SET IN HPa

PUSH STD

Left Glareshield 2

DN

SPD CRS 1 FMS MAN HDG ALT CRS 1

PUSH DCT

PUSH CHG

PUSH SYNC

UP

PUSH DCT

Centre Glareshield 3

MASTER WARNING/CAUTION

MINIMUMS RAD BARO

NAV SCR

BARO SET IN HPa

ROLL SPLRS WARNING CAUTION ROLL SEL CPLT ROLL CPLT CONT

PUSH STD

Right Glareshield

4

1. 2. 3. 4.

Roll Select Switch 10 Primary Flight Display Controller 11 Guidance Panel 4 Master Warning/Caution Switch 3
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CENTRE PEDESTAL
EGPWS

MUTED

OVRD

OFF

1

NOSE STEER

LDG GEAR

11
PILOT EVENT

HORN

2
GND LIFT DUMPING AUTO BRAKE

12

3
COM1 NB NAV1

ENGINE
L N1 R N1

13
COM1 NB NAV1

EPR

EPR

118.00

131.10 112.00
TEMP−1 ADF1

118.00 131.27
MEMORY−1 ATC/TCAS

131.10 112.00
TEMP−1 ADF1

4

131.27
MEMORY−1 ATC/TCAS

1605
STANDBY TCAS DSPY 1 ALT:

620.0
ANT HF1

1605
STANDBY

620.0
ANT HF1

REL

15423
LV

MAX THRUST

TCAS DSPY 1 ALT:

REL

15423
LV

NORMAL

2000

NORMAL

2000

14 15 16

TUNE
1/2

TUNE

IDLE
FULL

REV

MAX

MAX REV

5

FLIGHT SPOILER

L

ENGINE RUN

R

OFF

OFF

EICAS

SCROLL

SYSTEM SELECT

6 7 8
AIL

17
TRIMS
NL L W D R W D

COCKPIT LIGHTS
RUD NR INTEGRAL

DIM L STAB

BRT

DIM CTR

BRT

DIM R

BRT

CH1
OFF

CH2
OFF

ON AUTO DIM CB BRT OFF MASTER DIM OVHD BRT DIM BRT PBA ON OFF EYE REF FLOOD AREA DIM OFF FLOOR ON OFF BRT

18

PUSH OFF/RESET

PARK/EMER

PARK/EMER

BRAKE

BRAKE

COCKPIT LIGHTS

OFF

L

BRT

OFF

CTR

BRT

OFF

R

BRT

DISPLAY

19

DIM

L

BRT

DIM

CTR
NORM

BRT

DIM

R
NORM

BRT

9 10
IRS1 IRS2 IRS3

NORM

ALTN

ALTN2

ALTN1 ALTN3

ALTN

PFD1

EICAS

PFD2

20
ALTN

PFD1

PFD2

IRS
NORM

ADC
NORM

ADC

IRS
NORM

ALTN

ALTN

SG1

SG3

SG2

21

22
1. Landing Gear Panel 15 2. Gnd Lift Dump/Autobrake Panel 15 10 3. Engine Control Panel 18 4. Flight Spoiler Lever 10 5. Weather Radar Control Panel 17 6. EICAS Control Panel 3 7. Parking Brake Handle 15 8. Flt Control Trim Panel 10 9. DC Power Emergency Ovrd 7 10. IRS Mode Selector Panel 17 11. EGPWS Panel 17 12. FMS Control Display Panel. 17 13. Radio Management Unit 6 17 14. Thrust Lever Quadrant 18 15. MFD Control Panel 13 16. Audio Panel 6 17. Flap Selector Panel 10 18. Cockpit Lights − Integral/Misc 16 19. Cockpit Lights − Flood/Display 16 20. Reversion Control Panel 3 21. Landing Gear Manual Release Handle 15 22. RAT Manual Release Handle 3

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COPILOT'S INSTRUMENT PANEL
3 2

HDG 330

360
N KPHX TOC KSRP KDVT 5 5

LNAV AP1 VALT VAPP VNAV

20

20 10

33

3
10

KLAX

LUF
30 6
10 20 10 20

600 RAD 29.92 IN
12.5 NM KDVT ETE 1+36 SAT −56 TAT −40 TAS 234 GSPD 345 TERR OFF

WX KDVT KSRP

TOC

KPHX
FL180

4000 LX

4000

AIRSPEED LIMITS − (INDICATED SPEEDS)
VFE (SLATS OUT, 0° FLAPS).............. 225 VFE (SLATS OUT, 6° FLAPS).............. 210 VFE (SLATS OUT, 16° FLAPS)............ 210 VFE (SLATS OUT, 30° FLAPS)............ 185 VA (MANEUVERING) (AT SEA LEVEL AT 87,700 LB)............ 240 (AT 20,000 FT AT 78,600 LB)............... 250 VMO (BELOW 8,000 FT)...................... 300 VMO (8,000 TO 30,267 FT).................. 340 MMO (30,267 FT TO 35,000 FT).......... 0.89 MMO (AT 41,400 FT)............................ 0.88 MMO (AT 47,000 FT).......................... 0.858 MMO (AT 51,000 FT).......................... 0.842 VLO (EXT) (L/G EXTENSION)...............200 VLO (RET) (L/G RETRACTION)............200 VLE (L/G EXTENDED)...........................250

CREW LIFE VEST UNDER SEAT

1
AIRSPEED LIMITS − (INDICATED SPEEDS)
VFE (SLATS OUT, 0° FLAPS).............. 225 VFE (SLATS OUT, 6° FLAPS).............. 210 VFE (SLATS OUT, 16° FLAPS)............ 210 VFE (SLATS OUT, 30° FLAPS)............ 185 VA (MANEUVERING) (AT SEA LEVEL AT 87,700 LB)............ 240 (AT 20,000 FT AT 78,600 LB)............... 250 VMO (BELOW 8,000 FT)...................... 300 VMO (8,000 TO 30,267 FT).................. 340 MMO (30,267 FT TO 35,000 FT).......... 0.89 MMO (AT 41,400 FT)............................ 0.88 MMO (AT 47,000 FT).......................... 0.858 MMO (AT 51,000 FT).......................... 0.842 VLO (EXT) (L/G EXTENSION)...............200 VLO (RET) (L/G RETRACTION)............200 VLE (L/G EXTENDED)...........................250

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1. Airspeed Placard 2. Primary Flight Display 11 17 3. Multi−Functional Display 11 17 MAP Mode PLAN Format WX Radar TCAS Traffic

AIRPLANE GENERAL

COPILOT'S SIDE PANEL

3 4

2

1

SEL ET RST

STALL
PUSHER ON OFF

DT GPS INT ET CHR
MODE

LT

CHR

CIRCUIT BREAKER − SYSTEM 1/2
AFCS AIR COND/PRESS APU BLEED CAIMS COMM DOORS ELEC ENGINE FIRE FLT CONTROLS FUEL

M

1. 2. 3. 4.

Electrical Management System 7 Stall Pusher Switch 10 Clock 11 Air Conditioning Gasper 2

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AIRPLANE GENERAL

COPILOT'S SIDE CONSOLE

1
PITOT STATIC SELECT VALVE CLOSED SELECT VALVE CLOSED

OPEN PUSH

RESET TEST

N
PUSH 100%

OXYGEN MASK

PASSENGER OXYGEN

FLASHLIGHT
OFF

NORMAL TEST PORT CLOSED FIRST AID PASS ON OVERRIDE

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER MICROPHONE MONITOR

4
STATUS

ERASE

TEST

HEADPHONE

5

2

HEADSET
MIC HDPH

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Mach Transducer Source Selector Valve 10 Headset Panel 6 Oxygen Mask/Regulator 8 Passenger Oxygen Selector 8 Cockpit Voice Recorder 6 Cockpit Printer (If installed) 6

FAULT

LOW PPR

6

PUSH TO CLOSE
OPEN PUSH

3

AIRPLANE GENERAL

AIRPLANE DOORS The airplane is equipped with the one passenger door (which serves as an emergency exit), one overwing emergency exit, one baggage compartment door, one rear fuselage equipment bay door and several service doors and panels. The door warning system provides the flight crew with a visual indication (EICAS), when any of the following exterior doors/exits are opened or incorrectly latched: • Passenger door. • Cargo door. • Aft equipment bay door. • Left or right emergency exit. Description and operation of the emergency features of the wing emergency exits are in this manual Chapter 8, EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT. The door warning system also provides the flight crew with a visual indication (EICAS), when any of the landing gear doors are not in their commanded position. Description and operation of the landing gear doors are in this manual Chapter 15, LANDING GEAR. PASSENGER DOOR The passenger door is the main entrance /exit for passengers as well as the flight crew and is located on the left side of the airplane, aft of the flight compartment. The door is a mechanically balanced airstair with an attached door. The door assembly which opens outwards and downwards, turns on two brackets attached to each side of the airstairs and hinge points in the fuselage. Handrails are attached to each side of the airstairs and the fuselage. They extend and retract as the door opens and closes. The door operation is power assisted with a cable system and a DC electric motor. The door locking mechanism is capable of operations from inside and outside the airplane. A single operation from either handle will unlock the door and lift it clear of its latching mechanism. The door opens under a controlled descent through a tension spring arrangement and mechanical damping using a pulley and cable mechanism. The door is normally closed from inside or outside of the airplane through an electrical actuator. The door can also be manually closed without electrical power. A hinged flap (vent flap) opens in the exterior surface of the door to protect against pressurization of the fuselage, to an unsafe level, until the door is closed and locked. The door locks have proximity switches to display an EICAS indication of closed and locked. Lights are provided in each step riser to illuminate the steps. Door lighting automatically shuts-off when the passenger door closes.

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PASSENGER DOOR SCHEMATIC

CABLE ASSEMBLY
O P E N

HANDRAIL ASSEMBLY
O

CLOSED POSITION

PASSENGER DOOR COMPONENTS The following components are described to provide an understanding of the passenger door operating system. Airstair and Handrails Assembly The airstairs act as the steps for embarking/disembarking the airplane. They also act as support for the door structure, which hangs below the airstairs when open. The airstairs are hinged to the airplane via two hinges and two pins. The handrails are attached to the fuselage and the airstairs. They support the weight of the door and airstair assembly and passenger loading. Handrails are capable of supporting the weight of the door and passenger loading. The design of the door is such that there is no contact with the ground when the door is in the open position.

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PASSENGER DOOR COMPONENTS (CONT'D) Lift arms Two levers are connected from either end of the lockshaft to the fixed linked arms on the airstair structure. They are driven by the handles, assisted by the tension spring. Their purpose is to lift the door out of its frame and hold it up and out in relation to the airstair, while the door is opening. “G” Locks In the locked position, the “G” lock hooks hold the door relative to the airstairs and prevent any upward movement in the door frame during turbulence or negative “G” flight. Vent Flap A pressurization vent flap is centrally located at the top of the door under the lockshaft. The flap prevents pressure building up until the “G” locks engage. Once the locks are in and the flap is shut, the pressure holds the flap firmly shut. The vent flap is opened by the lockshaft mechanism as the “G” locks are disengaged, to release any residual pressure from the pressurization system.

VENT FLAP LIFT ARM

AFT "G" LOCK

FORWARD "G" LOCK

O P E N

LOCKING HANDLE

Locked Indication Visual indication of latching and locking is given by an indicator arm that is driven directly by the last motion of the internal handle. The internal handle cover provides an indication to the cabin crew by the red band indicators to the cover and the handle. The red band across the handle and cover clearly shows the handle in the locked position. A safe indication is indicated by the alignment of the two red lines.

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PASSENGER DOOR OPERATING HANDLES The external handle is set into a box in the lower door structure. It is connected by push/pull rods inside the door to the lockshaft, at the forward end.
EXTERNAL HANDLE LOCKSHAFT

As the lockshaft reaches its fully locked position, the handles are held in position with spring tension. When the handles are moved out of the locked position, the spring assists in lifting the door and reduces the load on the handles. The internal handle is a lever on the forward side of the door directly attached to a lockshaft and to the forward door lift arm.
INTERNAL HANDLE

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NOTE Handle shown in the locked (stowed) position. The door is not in the fully closed position until the handle moves fully down.

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NOTE The door is not in the fully closed position until the handle moves to the full down position.

AIRPLANE GENERAL

PASSENGER DOOR SWITCHES The internal door operating switch is controlled on and off by the “DOOR” switch installed internally in the door frame, next to the main passenger door.
NOTE Both switches are guarded but not shown.

EXTERNAL SWITCH INTERNAL SWITCH (view looking from inside the airplane)

The external door operating switch is controlled on and off by the “DOOR” switch installed next to the main passenger door. EXTERNAL DOOR SWITCH ACCESS PANEL

Operating Instructions

DOOR OPERATION TO OPEN
PUSH IN FLAP TO GRASP HANDLE LIFT HANDLE FULL UP PULL DOOR OUT

TO CLOSE

DOOR OPERATING SWITCH

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1. OPERATE SWITCH TO ROTATE DOOR FULLY INTO DOOR APERTURE 2. PULL HANDLE DOWNWARDS TO STOW NOTE: DO NOT RE−CYCLE HANDLE DURING CLOSING OPERATION WITHOUT RE− OPENING DOOR SUFFICIENTLY TO RE−ARM DOOR UPLOCK LEVER

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AIRPLANE GENERAL

PASSENGER DOOR OPERATION The following examples are intended to familiarize the operator with events which occur when moving the passenger door from either the open or closed positions. The door operations are described in detail and should be followed as per Aircraft Maintenance Manual Chapter 52. External Door Operation To open the passenger door externally: • PUSH IN FLAP TO GRASP HANDLE • LIFT HANDLE FULL UP • PULL DOOR OUT To close the passenger door externally: NOTE Do not re-cycle the handle during closing operation without re-opening door sufficiently to re-arm door uplock lever. • • • DISENGAGE HANDRAIL LOCK PRESS AND HOLD DOOR CLOSE SWITCH PULL HANDLE DOWNWARDS TO STOW

Internal Door Operation To open the passenger door internally: • OPERATE DOOR HANDLE FROM THE LOCKED POSITION • DOOR MOVES INWARD AND UPWARD • PUSH DOOR OUT TO OPEN To close the passenger door internally: • PUSH FOOT PEDAL (to disengage handrail lock) • PRESS AND HOLD DOOR CLOSE SWITCH • MOVE DOOR HANDLE FULLY DOWN • CHECK GREEN VISUAL INDICATION IN THE HANDLE Manual Closing A rope wound around a pulley on the aft end of the torque shaft must be unwound sufficiently to be brought into the cabin. The handrail latch must be released and then the rope can be pulled, rotating the torque shaft and raising the door via the normal cables. Once the door is raised it may be lowered into the frame and locked by the normal method with the lock handle.

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EMERGENCY EXIT An overwing emergency plug type emergency exit is installed on the right side of the airplane. The exit is an inward opening plug type and can be unlatched from the interior or exterior of the airplane. Emergency door operation from inside the cabin is achieved by single action of the emergency exit operating handle.

EMERGENCY EXIT DOOR

Two lower hook fittings and two upper latch fittings position the door in the door opening. Three stop fittings on each side of the door and surround structure react to the pressurization forces of the plug door type.
LATCH FITTING

LATCH MECHANISM

DOOR STOP BOTH SIDES

HAND HOLD

HOOK FITTING

When the door is removed, handling is facilitated by an interior hand grip, flush-mounted within the door box structure.

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AIRPLANE GENERAL

EMERGENCY EXIT (CONT'D) To unlatch the emergency exit door from the interior, the upper door handle is pulled inward. This motion opens the exterior push plate/vent flap to bleed any residual pressure and disengages the two latch pins. The door moves inward and pivots on the lower hook fittings. A grip of the upper handle is maintained while grasping the lower hand grip and the door is lifted inwards away from the door opening.

QUICK RELEASE LATCH MECHANISM

HAND GRIP

To unlatch the emergency exit door from the exterior, the upper push plate/vent flap is depressed to disengage the latch pins and the door is pushed inwards away from the opening.

PUSH IN FLAP PUSH DOOR INWARD

Visual indication of a locked condition of the overwing emergency is the exit door secured in position, with the interior handle recessed in the surround structure.

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AFT EQUIPMENT BAY DOOR The unpressurized aft equipment bay is accessed by a maintenance door in the fuselage fairing. The door is horizontally hinged at it’s forward edge with initial and subsequent opening movements being downward and outward. When the door is opened, it is restrained from over travel and striking the belly fairing using two, door-to-fairing mounted lanyards. The door locking mechanism is capable of operation only from outside of the airplane. AFT EQUIPMENT BAY DOOR SCHEMATIC

LANYARD

LATCH MECHANISM

During the closing cycle, two rollers, one on either side of the door, act as guides to locate and centre the door within its belly fairing aperture.

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AFT EQUIPMENT BAY DOOR SCHEMATIC (CONT'D) Aft Equipment Bay Door Operation DOOR OPENING − Door opening is accomplished by depressing the trigger and pulling the handle to the full open position.

DOOR LATCH HANDLE ASSEMBLY

DOOR CLOSING − The door latch handle is flush fitting and is secured by an integral push trigger, which when depressed, releases the handle to the free open position. The door is secured by returning the handle flush with the door. Visual indication of secure latching and locking is given by the door, the push trigger and the external handle all being flush with the fuselage’s surface.

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AIRPLANE GENERAL

BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR A baggage compartment plug type access door is installed in the fuselage aft section on the left side forward of the rear pressure bulkhead.

BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT INTERIOR

Cargo Compartment

CARGO DOOR OPENING

DOOR HANDLE

The door is an inward opening plug type and can be unlatched from outside or inside the airplane. The door is accessible, but not visible, from the passenger compartment and is not an emergency exit. The door moves inward and upward to a stowed position above and clear of the door aperture.

OUTER HANDLE

CARGO DOOR OPEN

PUSH TRIGGER

DOOR HANDLE RECESS

The latch mechanism consists of inner and outer handles directly coupled together and mounted on the forward and aft sides of the door. The handle assembly contains a trigger lock which holds the handle in the stowed position. The door is latched when the exterior handle is rotated to engage latch pins and locked when the handle is stowed and latched in its housing recess. Rev 12, Aug 14, 2006
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STOWED POSITION

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Aft Passenger Compartment Bulkhead

AIRPLANE GENERAL

BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT DOOR (CONT'D) A vent door is located in the upper portion of the door and will not close until the door is fully closed and the handle stowed in the locked position.

VENT DOOR/SEAL

INTERIOR DOOR HANDLE

DETENT BUTTON

Baggage Door Operation CLOSING THE BAGGAGE DOOR EXTERNALLY − Rotate the outer handle 90 degrees to latch the door. Push the handle into the recessed housing until the trigger button is latched into the trigger mechanism. CLOSING THE BAGGAGE DOOR INTERNALLY − Rotate the inner handle 90 degrees counter clockwise to latch the door. Pull the handle until the outer handle trigger latches into the trigger mechanism and the handle is stowed into the recessed housing. OPENING THE BAGGAGE DOOR EXTERNALLY − Press the trigger button to release and eject the outer handle from the recessed housing. Rotate the handle 90 degrees counter clockwise to unlatch and open the door. OPENING THE BAGGAGE DOOR INTERNALLY − Press the release button on the inside handle to unlock the handle from the trigger. Rotate the handle 90 degrees clockwise to open the door. Baggage Door Indication Visual indication of a locked condition is the baggage door secured in position and the exterior handle stowed and locked in the handle recess.

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DOOR INDICATION AND CONTROL The airplane door position and locked indication is provided to the EICAS by the LGECU. The LGECU provides data that is used to generate alerts and synoptic displays for the fuselage doors. Door position information is displayed on the STAT page and message information is displayed on the PRIMARY page. The STAT page presents the following doors: • PASSENGER • EMERGENCY OVERWING EXIT • BAGGAGE STAT Page
BAGGAGE DOOR PASSENGER DOOR

SERVICE DOORS

SERVICE DOOR ANNUNCIATION OVER WING EMERGENCY EXIT Airplane Door Position CLOSED
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OPEN

INVALID

Passenger Door The passenger door is monitored by three proximity sensors to determine the locked and handle stowed position. Proximity sensors (one at each location) are located on the passenger door forward and aft latch to monitor the “G” latch position. A proximity sensor is mounted in the passenger door to monitor the outer handle stowed condition. The sensor information is used by the Landing Gear Electronic Control Unit (LGECU) for door position and locked indication and sends the results to EICAS for position and locked displays. Emergency Exit One proximity sensor is installed at the top of the door position and senses the door in the closed position.

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DOOR INDICATION AND CONTROL (CONT'D) Baggage Door Two proximity sensors monitor the door position and provide signals to the LGECU which in turn provides the EICAS display. Large Maintenance Doors Two (optional third) separate large hinged and latched maintenance hatches, are monitored by the LGECU. Each door is monitored by one proximity sensor to determine the door closed condition. In each case, the proximity sensor is mounted on the airplane structure and monitors a sensor on the hatch. The information is used by the LGECU for door position indication. The LGECU combines the status of the aft equipment bay door with the status of the maintenance hatches to produce a single EICAS indication. The maintenance hatches that are monitored are: • Rear hydraulic system access door. • Refuel/defuel station door. • Optional belly fairing stowage access door. Aft Equipment Bay Door An electrical proximity sensor provides indication to the EICAS system when the door is properly closed. The LGECU monitors the signals and provides the input to EICAS. Small Service Doors The LGECU monitors the signals and provides input to EICAS when any one of the access/small service doors is not properly closed.

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EICAS MESSAGES
PASSENGER DOOR Comes on to indicate that the passenger door is not closed and locked. L−R EMER EXIT Comes on to indicate that the applicable emergency exit door is not in position.

PASSENGER DOOR CARGO DOOR L−R EMER EXIT DOOR SYS FAIL LARGE SERV DOORS SMALL SERV DOORS INT CABIN DOOR
CARGO DOOR Comes on to indicate that the cargo door is not closed and latched.

DOOR SYS FAIL Comes on to indicate the loss of fuselage and gear door indication.

LARGE SERV DOORS Comes on to indicate that one or more of the following doors are not closed: Equipment bay. Rear hydraulic system access. Optional belly fairing stowage access. Refuel/defuel station.

SMALL SERV DOORS Comes on to indicate that any one or more of the small service doors are not closed.

INT CABIN DOOR Comes on to indicate that the interior cabin door is closed for takeoff and landing.

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CIRCUIT BREAKER − SYSTEM 1/2
AFCS AIR COND/PRESS APU BLEED CAIMS COMM DOORS ELEC ENGINE FIRE FLT CONTROLS FUEL

BRT CIRCUIT BREAKER STAT SYS BUS PREV PAGE NEXT PAGE SYSTEM CNTL TEST BUS EMER CNTL

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