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SUPPLEMENT 1 : ROCKWELL COLLINS head up guidance system HGS 4860


Revision 8 Applicable to: A/C with M2746 or M2760 or M2967 or M2557 or M2752 or
M3224 or M3226.
Not applicable to: A/C with M5000.

SUPPLEMENT 1A : ROCKWELL COLLINS head up guidance system HGS 4860 with EFVS
Revision 4 Applicable to: A/C with M2308 or M2759 or M3225 or M3227.
Not applicable to: A/C with M5000.

SUPPLEMENT 1B : ROCKWELL COLLINS head up guidance system HGS 4860 with improved
Original EFVS
Applicable to: A/C with M-OPT006.
Not applicable to: A/C with M5000.

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SUPPLEMENT 2 : CANCELLED.
(Incorporated in SUPPLEMENT 1 Revision 2).

SUPPLEMENT 3 : EVAS (Emergency Vision Assurance System).


Revision 1 Applicable to: A/C with M2821.

SUPPLEMENT 4 : CANCELLED.
(Incorporated in basic AFM Revision 12).

SUPPLEMENT 5 : CANCELLED.
(Incorporated in basic AFM Revision 9).

SUPPLEMENT 6 : MEDEVAC modules


Original Applicable to: A/C with M3416.
Not applicable to: US registered A/C.

SUPPLEMENT 6A : Restricted distribution - DGT130500.


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SUPPLEMENT 7 : Landing with autobrake active.


Revision 2 Applicable to: A/C with M3177.
Partially applicable to: Canadian registered A/C.
Not applicable to: A/C with M5000.

SUPPLEMENT 7A : Landing with autobrake (with EASy II) active.


Original Applicable to: A/C with M3556 and M3254.
Not applicable to: A/C with M5000.

SUPPLEMENT 8 : CANCELLED.
(Incorporated in basic AFM Revision 9).

SUPPLEMENT 10 : Airplane equipped with console table position annunciations


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Revision 5 Applicable to: A/C with M3557 or M3446 or M-OPT055 or M-OPT119 or


M-OPT178 or M-OPT183.
Partially applicable to: US registered A/C.

SUPPLEMENT 11 : LPV approaches.


Original Applicable to: A/C with M3254 and M3300

SUPPLEMENT 12 : ROCKWELL COLLINS head up guidance system HGS 4860 with EASy II
Revision 2 avionics.
Applicable to: A/C with (M3318 or M3319) and M3254.
Partially applicable to: A/C with M5000.

SUPPLEMENT 12A : ROCKWELL COLLINS head up guidance system HGS 4860 with improved
Revision 2 EFVS and with EASy II avionics.
Applicable to: A/C with M3318 and M3254 and M-OPT006.
Partially applicable to: A/C with M5000.

SUPPLEMENT 13 : Restricted distribution - DGT140533.


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SUPPLEMENT 14 : Restricted distribution - DGT147473.


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SUPPLEMENT 15: Reserved.

SUPPLEMENT 16 : FalconEye HEAD-UP DISPLAY SYSTEM.


Original Applicable to: A/C with M5000 and M-OPT060.

SUPPLEMENT 16A : FalconEye HEAD-UP DISPLAY SYSTEM WITH EVS (ENHANCED VISION
Original SYSTEM).
Applicable to: A/C with M5000 and M-OPT061.

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CONCERNING

ROCKWELL COLLINS HEAD UP GUIDANCE SYSTEM

Serial No :

Registration No :

When the airplane incorporates M2746 or M2760 or M2967 or M2557 or M2752 or M3224 or M3226,
this supplement must be attached to the DGT88898 Airplane Flight Manual approved by the EASA on
June 17, 2004.

Refer to 0-300-05 for above mentioned modifications description.

Each part may contain limitations, procedures, performance information that supplements information
of the basic Airplane Flight Manual.
For information not contained in this Supplement, consult the basic Airplane Flight Manual.

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ORGANIZATION OF THIS SUPPLEMENT
Part 1: Common part
- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS........................................................................................................ Page 1
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ............................................................................. Page 3
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ................................................................................ Page 4
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES ..................................................................................... Page 6
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE ................................................................................... Apply basic AFM
- Annexes :................................................................................................................ Apply basic AFM
Part 2: Manual Category II / III approach
- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS........................................................................................................ Page 1
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES .............................................................. Apply basic AFM
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ................................................................................ Page 4
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES ..................................................................................... Page 5
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE .................................................................................................. Page 7
- Annexes :................................................................................................................ Apply basic AFM
Parts 3 and 3A: Automatic Category II approach monitored with HUD
- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS........................................................................................................ Page 1
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES .............................................................. Apply basic AFM
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ................................................................................ Page 1
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES ..................................................................................... Page 1
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE .................................................................................................. Page 1
- Annexes :................................................................................................................. Apply basic AFM

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LIST OF REVISIONS

Revision Title Parts changes


and Date and
Approval reference Added Revised Removed

Original Approved by EASA First issue of supplement 1.


04-apr-2005 under EASA approval reference No
2005-2690.

Revision 1 Approved by EASA Pages 1, 2 and 3


30-aug-2006 under EASA approval reference
A.C.03088.

Revision 2 Approved by EASA Pages 5A, 6A, Pages 1 to 6


06-jul-2007 under EASA approval reference 7 and 8
A.C.05481.

Revision 3 New page layout. Part 0 Issue 1 All pages


08-feb-2008 Approved by EASA Part 1 Issue 1
reference DA CAS M3087
dated February 08, 2008,
under the Authority of EASA DOA
21J.051.
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Revision 4 Category II / III capability. Part 2 Issue 1 Part 0 Issue 2


20-aug-2008 Approved by EASA under reference Part 3 Issue 1 Part 1 Issue 2
EASA.A.C.03400 Part 4 Issue 1
on July 09, 2008.
Revision 5 M2846 applicability Part 0 Issue 3
24-apr-2009 CP014 approved by EASA under Part 3 Issue 2
reference EASA.A.C.04822 on April
24, 2009.
Approved by EASA
reference DGT-DTC 337441 dated
April 24, 2009, under the authority of
EASA DOA 21J.051.
Revision 6 HGS configuration update. Part 3A Issue 1 Part 0 Issue 4 Part 4 Issue 1
25-sep-2009 CP023 approved by EASA under Part 1 Issue 3
reference EASA.A.C 11577 on Part 2 Issue 2
September 25, 2009.
Part 3 Issue 3

Revision 7 Full M2846 applicability. Part 0 Issue 5


25-jan-2011 Max. runway elevation increase. Part 2 Issue 3
CP018 approved by EASA under
reference 10032735 on
November 26, 2010 and FAA
approval ANM-116-11-074 on
December 13, 2010.
Revision 8 HGS corrections. Part 0 Issue 6
01-mar-2013 CP031 approved by EASA under Part 1 Issue 4
reference M3554. Part 2 Issue 4
EFVS improvement. Part 3 Issue 4
CP040 approved by EASA under Part 3A Issue 2
reference M-OPT006.

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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PARTS

Reference Issue Special applicability

Part 0 Issue 6
A/C with M2746 or M2760 or M2967 or M2557 or
Part 1 Issue 4
M2752 or M3224 or M3226.
Part 2 Issue 4 A/C with M2557 or M2752 or M3226.

Part 3 Issue 4 A/C with M2557 or M2752.

Part 3A Issue 2 A/C with M3224 or M3226.

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modification installed on the airplane listed on Part 0 page 1 of this Supplement.

LIMITATIONS

GENERAL
The Head up Guidance System (HGS) is approved as the primary flight display:
- Provided that Pilot Side is selected on LH and one PDU format is displayed on LH or central DU,
- For the following use with all engines operating or 1 engine inoperative:
- Taxi (all engines operating),
- Take-off (all engines operating),
- En route (including climb and descent),
- Visual approach,
- Manual Category I approach,
- Automatic Category I approach monitored with HUD,

CAUTION

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For manual and automatic Category I approach with a slope angle steeper than 3.85°, the HUD
must be stowed except if airplane is equipped with M3554.

- Non precision approach except NDB approach in raw data.

NOTE

For NDB approach flown in raw data, HUD may be used to supplement the PDU.
Since the HUD does not display NDB indications, navigation aids must be displayed in the PDU.

- Go-around,
- Landing.

The LH windshield sun visor must be stowed during take-off, approach and landing.

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APPROACH

CAUTION

(Only applicable to Category I approaches


for A/C with M2557 or M2752 or M3224 or M3226)

HUD must be stowed for airfields with an available landing distance under 4,265 ft (1 300 m),
unless:
- Raw data are used (APP mode not selected) or,
- Airfield is part of the following list:
- KCRG (Jacksonville),
- KHWV (Brookhaven),
- KPOC (Brackett Field),
- KPVC (Provincetown Muni),
- KVDF (Tampa Executive)
- KVGT (North Las Vegas),
- LSZA (Lugano).
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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

WINDSHEAR warning
WINDSHEAR in the HUD.
WINDSHEAR voice warning.

– Apply WINDSHEAR RECOVERY procedure ....................................................... Refer to basic AFM

EGPWS warning
PULL UP in the HUD.
PULL UP or TERRAIN AHEAD PULL UP or OBSTACLE AHEAD PULL UP voice warning.

– Apply TERRAIN AWARENESS WARNING procedure ........................................ Refer to basic AFM

TCAS warning
Resolution Advisory box in the HUD.
TCAS RA voice warning.

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– Apply RESOLUTION ADVISORY procedure ....................................................... Refer to basic AFM

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ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

GENERAL
In the event of unusual attitude, the ADI in PDU provides a more complete and intuitive attitude
reference for recovery than the HUD.

ALIGN HUD
ALIGN HUD in the HUD.

– HUD ....................................................................................................................... Locked - Checked


If ALIGN HUD annunciation remains:
– HUD ................................................................................................................................... Stowed

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FPV MISCOMPARE annunciation


FPV comparison annunciation in the HUD.

If airplane is equipped with 3 IRS:


– On PNF side: IRS pushbutton..................................................................... Pushed to select IRS3
On corresponding PDU .............................................................................. White IRS3
If FPV goes out:
– Continue to use HUD.
If FPV remains on:
– On PNF side: revert to the previous IRS.
– On PF side: IRS pushbutton.................................................................... Pushed to select IRS3
On corresponding PDU .............................................................................. White IRS3
If FPV goes out:
– Continue to use HUD.
If FPV remains on:
– HUD ........................................................................................................................ Stowed
If airplane is equipped with 2 IRS:
Not applicable to US registered A/C:
If the crew can clearly identify the faulty IRS:
– Perform an IRS reversion on appropriate side.
– Continue to use HUD provided cross-check between Flight Path Vector and primary flight data
is performed.

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If the crew cannot identify the faulty IRS:


– HUD ............................................................................................................................... Stowed
Only applicable to US registered A/C:
– HUD ................................................................................................................................... Stowed

CAUTION

Comparing with Secondary Flight Display Flight Path Symbol in climb or descent may lead
to erroneous conclusions.

AVIONICS SYSTEM - FLAG ANNUNCIATION IN HUD

– Apply basic AFM procedure, when exists, corresponding to triggered CAS message or complete
procedure corresponding to associated ADI or HSI flag.
If flag persists after procedure has been completed:
– For RA, FD, LOC or G/S: HUD can be used.

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– For other cases: HUD......................................................................................................... Stowed

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NORMAL PROCEDURES

GENERAL
PF has to deploy the HUD, adjust seat position to be in the eye box and set the HUD symbology
brightness.

X APPROACH
NON PRECISION APPROACH PREPARATION
FMW window: Arrival POF:
– Landing elevation (Elev) .............................................................................. Proposed by the system
– Approach reference glide path (Glide).......................... Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Click on HUD Confirm softkey.
– Minimum (BARO Min) ................................................................................................................... Set

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FMW window: Arrival POF:


– Landing elevation (Elev) .............................................. Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Loc track (Loc Trk) ...................................... True value proposed by the system or manually entered
– Runway length ............................................................. Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Glide slope reference (Glide) ....................................... Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Click on HUD Confirm softkey.
– Minimum (BARO Min) ................................................................................................................... Set

DOWN TO APPROACH MINIMUM


– PF monitors or flies approach through HUD.
– PNF monitors approach in PDU and calls out any deficiency.

AT MINIMUM (NON PRECISION APPROACH ONLY)


When visual conditions are established and committed to land:
Only applicable to A/C with M3224 or M3226:
– Guidance Panel modes ................................................................................................ Deselected
Only applicable to A/C without M3224 or M3226:
– Guidance Panel modes (including armed modes) ........................................................ Deselected
End.

X GO-AROUND
If a go-around is performed:
– Apply GO-AROUND (TWO ENGINES) procedure (section 4-150-25) Ä

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X LANDING

CAUTION

On short final, flight path should be kept close to the final approach reference glide path.

CAUTION

(Only applicable to A/C with M2746 or M2760 or M2967 or M2557 or M2752)

In case of displaced threshold, the runway remaining distance,if displayed in the HUD, must
be disregarded.

NOTE

For Category I and non precision approaches the FD is not displayed in HUD:
- Below 50 ft if airplane is equipped with M3554,
- Below 100 ft in all other HUD configurations.

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EGPWS OPERATION
WINDSHEAR in the HUD.

– Apply WINDSHEAR caution procedure................................................................ Refer to basic AFM

GNDPROX in the HUD.

– Apply GNDPROX caution procedure ................................................................... Refer to basic AFM

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This Part is specific to manual Category II and III approach.


The Part 1 (Common Part) of this Supplement remains applicable.

LIMITATIONS (APPLICABLE TO ALL A/C)

The Head up Guidance System (HGS) is approved as the primary flight display:
- Provided that Pilot Side is selected on LH and two PDU format are displayed on LH and RH DU,
- For the following use with all engines operating:
- Manual Category II / III approach.

NOTE

Compliance with the certification standards does not constitute an approval to conduct Category
II / III operations. Such authorization must be obtained by the operator from the appropriate
authorities.

The Head up Guidance System is certified for use in Category II / III manual approaches within the
following limits:

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GENERAL
- Maximum runway elevation.................................................................................................... 6,000 ft
- Minimum height above runway threshold for AP disengagement .............................................. 500 ft
- Maximum headwind component................................................................................................. 25 kt
- Maximum tailwind component .................................................................................................... 10 kt
- Maximum crosswind component ................................................................................................ 15 kt
- Runway length ................................................................................... Between 5,000 ft and 15,000 ft
- Autothrottle may remain connected until touchdown.
- Airbrakes must not be extended during the approach.
LANDING CONFIGURATION
- Gear down,
- SF 3.
MINIMUM CREW
- 2 pilots with qualification according to operational rules.
REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST
The following equipments must be operating:
- Head Up Guidance System including:
- HGS computer,
- HGS overhead unit,
- HGS combiner.
- 2 PDU (Primary Display Unit) on LH and RH side, with ADI and HSI,
- 1 FMS (Flight Management System) on LH side,
- 2 IRS (Inertial Reference System), one set on the LH side, the other one set on the RH side,
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- 1 AFCS (Automatic Flight Control System),


- 2 ILS receivers,
- 2 radio altimeters,
- 1 TAWS (Terrain Awareness Warning System) with radio altitude call out,
- 2 ADS (Air Data System),
- 1 SFD (Secondary Flight Display),
- All engines,
- Both hydraulic systems,
- All primary flight controls except yaw damper.
IRREGULAR TERRAIN
Some ILS facilities require specific airworthiness demonstration prior to approval of Category III
minimums, because the characteristics of the irregular pre-threshold terrain may cause abnormal
performance in HGS control laws of Category III operations.
F2000EX EASy has not been approved for conducting those specific Category III approaches.

LIMITATIONS (ONLY APPLICABLE TO NON US REGISTERED A/C)


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The Head up Guidance System is certified for use in Category II / III manual approaches within the
following limits:
CATEGORY II
- Runway equipped with Category II ILS system.
- Minimum Decision Height (DH) ................................................................................................. 100 ft
- Minimum Runway Visual Range (RVR)...................................................................... 1,000 ft / 300 m
- HUD2 capability must be displayed.
CATEGORY III
- Runway equipped with Category III ILS system.
- Minimum Decision Height (DH) ................................................................................................... 50 ft
- Minimum Runway Visual Range (RVR).........................................................................600 ft / 175 m
- HUD3 capability must be displayed.
LANDING

NOTE

Landing on contaminated runways is not permitted.

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LIMITATIONS (ONLY APPLICABLE TO US REGISTERED A/C)

The Head up Guidance System is certified for use in Category II / III manual approaches within the
following limits:
CATEGORY II
- HUD2 capability must be displayed.
CATEGORY III
- HUD3 capability must be displayed.

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ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

MALFUNCTION DURING MANUAL CATEGORY II / III APPROACH

WARNING, FLAG
Between 1,000 ft above
or Below RA DH
runway and RA DH
FAILURE
APPR WARN

NO HUD2
NO HUD3

Loss of HUD symbology Go-around


HGS failure (1)
Loss of FD
LOC or G/S
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Continue approach
Go-around if sufficient visual
Engine failure if insufficient visual references
references and
safe landing is anticipated

Continue the approach


TD
(upon PF's decision)

(1) HGS failure (for A/C without M3226)


In case of HGS failure during approach, the HUD must be stowed after completion of the go-around
and kept stowed until the end of flight. Whatever type of approach that will be attempted on the same
runway or to a diversion airport, the crew should disregard any APPR WARN message that may
appear on PDUs.

NOTE

Do not make any sensor reversion below 1,000 ft above the runway.

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NORMAL PROCEDURES

A successful and safe approach depends essentially on the PF accurate following of the HUD Flight
Director and approach speed, and on the PNF careful monitoring of primary deviations.
– Secondary Flight Display ..................................................................................................... Checked
– Both radio altimeters ............................................................................................................... Tested
– Both altimeters ............................................................................................................. Set - Checked
FMW window: Arrival POF:
– Landing elevation ......................................................... Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Loc track (TRUE) ...............................................................................................................................
.............................. Proposed by the system or, if known, manually entered with an accuracy of 0.1°
– Runway length (between 5,000 ft and 15,000 ft) .......... Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Glide slope reference (between 2.5° and 3°)................ Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Click on HUD Confirm softkey.
– RA DH .......................................................................................................................................... Set
– Approach speed (VREF and VAPP)...................................................................... Computed and set

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– ILS frequency..................................................................................................... Tuned on both sides
– VOR/LOC CDI .............................................................................................. Displayed on both sides
– ILS Course (MAGNETIC) ........................................................................................ Set on both sides

Guidance Panel:
– APP mode ............................................................................................................................... Armed
– FD (LH and RH) ............................................................................................................................ ON

– TD............................... Always displayed on both sides (except if wings A/I is ON or AT unavailable)

NOTE

The glide slope beam must be captured not later than 1,000 ft above the runway.

X AT 1,000 FT ABOVE THE RUNWAY:


– Landing configuration........................................................................................................... Checked
– AP................................................................................................................................... Disengaged
– Airplane trimmed on the three axes ..................................................................................... Checked
– ILS beam tracking ............................................................................................................... Stabilized
– Approach speed (VAPP) ..................................................................................................... Stabilized
– Altimeters and radio altimeters .................................................................................... Cross-checked

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On HUD:
– HUD2 or HUD3 annunciation ............................................................................................... Checked
On PDU:
– HUD2 or HUD3 green annunciation ..................................................................................... Checked

X BELOW 1,000 FT
– PF follows precisely the HUD flight director and manages the speed if AT is not connected.
– If the runway is not in sight at RA DH: perform an immediate go-around procedure.
– PNF monitors instrument panel and announces any deficiencies (see DEFICIENCIES paragraph
below).

X AT MINIMUM (RA DH)


– LANDING or GO-AROUND according to visual references ................................................... Initiated

► AT FLARE HEIGHT (FLARE IN HUD / FLARE IN PDU)


– Flare guidance in the HUD ................................................................................................... Followed

►AT IDLE HEIGHT (IDLE IN HUD / IDLE IN PDU)


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– Power levers ........................................................................................................................ Retarded

X GO-AROUND

NOTE

Maximum height loss during a go-around below 100 ft: 25 ft.

If the go-around is initiated at very low altitude and landing gear touches the runway, the
AIRBRAKES AUTO-EXTENSION amber CAS message may be triggered.

LANDING
– Follow precisely the HUD flight director until touchdown.
– Use visual reference to maintain the airplane on center line.
DEFICIENCIES
The following deficiencies must be called out by the copilot:
- APPR WARN.
- Excessive deviation in view.
- Airspeed 10 kt higher or 5 kt lower than approach speed.
- Bank angle in excess of 10°.
- Path angle greater than 0° or steeper than minus 6°.
- Flag in view.
- Comparator in view.
- Amber HUD2 or HUD3 annunciation in view.
- Amber or red message in the Crew Alerting System.

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PERFORMANCE

LANDING
Approach climb
For Category II and Category III operations, the steady gradient of climb with one engine inoperative
may not be less than 2.5 %.
Engine rating is take-off thrust, APR operating.
Configuration is SF 1 (10° FLAPS + SLATS) and stabilized airspeed is VREF.
Landing distance required
For manual Category II and Category III operations, chart Part 2 - page 9 of this Supplement provides
the landing distance required.
Landing field length
The required landing field length on a dry runway is the longer of:
- The landing distance required as per chart Part 2 - page 9 with no further factoring, and
- The demonstrated landing distance as per AFM Section 5 factored in accordance with the relevant
operating regulations on a dry runway.

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The required landing field length on a wet runway is the required landing field length on a dry runway
factored as appropriate in accordance with the relevant operating regulations on a wet runway.

CAUTION

Landing Distance and Landing Field Length in FMS TOLD must be disregarded.

ADDITIONAL LANDING DISTANCES


In flight failures
Landing distance increments as per Sections 2 and 3 of the basic Airplane Flight Manual remain
applicable to the landing distance required.
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WEIGHTS
Approach and landing climb gradients – Maximum brake energy
The most restrictive condition is either the one engine inoperative approach climb gradient of 2.5 % or
the maximum brake energy.
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The Part 1 (Common Part) of this Supplement remains applicable.

LIMITATIONS

The Head up Guidance System (HGS) is approved as the primary flight display:
- Provided that Pilot Side is selected on LH and two PDU format are displayed on LH and RH DU,
- For the following use with all engines operative:
- Automatic Category II approach monitored with HUD.
Refer to Annex 1 for limitations corresponding to automatic Category II approach. In addition, the
following equipment must be in proper operating condition:
- 2 radio altimeters.

ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

MALFUNCTION DURING APPROACH


Refer to Annex 1 for abnormal procedures corresponding to malfunction during automatic Category II
approach.

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The following equivalences must be taken into account:
- An amber CAT2 annunciation in PDU is displayed NO CAT2 in HUD.
- A red CAT2 annunciation in PDU is displayed NO CAT2 in HUD.
HGS FAILURE
In case of HGS failure:
– Above 300 ft .......................................................... PF reverts to PDU and continues the approach
– Below 300 ft ................... PF continues the approach looking outside for visual cues through HUD

NORMAL PROCEDURES

Refer to Annex 1 for normal procedures corresponding to automatic Category II approach.


The following equivalence must be taken into account:
- A green CAT2 annunciation in PDU is displayed CAT2 in HUD.

X LANDING

NOTE

For automatic Category II approaches, the FD is removed from HUD below 50 ft.

PERFORMANCE

Refer to Annex 1 for performance corresponding to automatic Category II approach.

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LIMITATIONS

The Head up Guidance System (HGS) is approved as the primary flight display:
- Provided that Pilot Side is selected on LH and two PDU format are displayed on LH and RH DU,
- For the following use with all engines operative:
- Automatic Category II approach monitored with HUD.

Refer to Annex 1 for limitations corresponding to automatic Category II approach.

ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

MALFUNCTION DURING APPROACH


Refer to Annex 1 for abnormal procedures corresponding to malfunction during automatic Category II
approach.

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The following equivalences must be taken into account:
- An amber CAT2 annunciation in PDU is displayed NO CAT2 in HUD.
- A red CAT2 annunciation in PDU is displayed NO CAT2 in HUD.
HGS FAILURE
In case of HGS failure:
– Above 300 ft .......................................................... PF reverts to PDU and continues the approach
– Below 300 ft ................... PF continues the approach looking outside for visual cues through HUD

NORMAL PROCEDURES

Refer to Annex 1 for normal procedures corresponding to automatic Category II approach.


The following equivalence must be taken into account:
- A green CAT2 annunciation in PDU is displayed CAT2 in HUD.

X LANDING

NOTE

For automatic Category II approaches, the FD is removed from HUD below 50 ft.

PERFORMANCE

Refer to Annex 1 for performance corresponding to automatic Category II approach.

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SUPPLEMENT N° 1A TO THE EASA APPROVED FLIGHT MANUAL


CONCERNING
ROCKWELL COLLINS HEAD UP GUIDANCE SYSTEM
WITH EFVS (ENHANCED FLIGHT VISION SYSTEM)

Serial No :

Registration No :

When the airplane incorporates modification M2308 or M2759 or M3225 or M3227, this Supplement
must be attached to the DGT88898 Airplane Flight Manual approved by the EASA on June 17, 2004,

Refer to 0-300-05 for above mentioned modifications description.

Each Part may contain limitations, procedures, performance information that supplements information
of the basic Airplane Flight Manual

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For information not contained in this Supplement, consult the basic Airplane Flight Manual.

ORGANIZATION OF THIS SUPPLEMENT


Part 1: common Part
- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS........................................................................................................ Page 1
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ............................................................................. Page 3
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ................................................................................ Page 4
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES ..................................................................................... Page 6
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE ................................................................................... Apply basic AFM
- Annexes................................................................................................................... Apply basic AFM

Part 2: Manual Category II / III approach


- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS........................................................................................................ Page 1
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES .............................................................. Apply basic AFM
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ................................................................................ Page 4
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES ..................................................................................... Page 5
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE .................................................................................................. Page 8
- Annexes................................................................................................................... Apply basic AFM

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- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS........................................................................................................ Page 1
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES .............................................................. Apply basic AFM
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ................................................................................ Page 1
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES ..................................................................................... Page 1
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE .................................................................................................. Page 2
- Annexes................................................................................................................... Apply basic AFM
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LIST OF REVISIONS

Revision Title Parts changes


and Date and
Approval reference Added Revised Removed

Original Approved by EASA First issue of supplement 1A.


16-jul-2007 under EASA approval reference
A.C.05577.

Revision 1 New page layout Part 0 Issue 1 All pages


08-feb-2008 and TC45 integration. Part 1 Issue 1
Approved by EASA
reference DA CAS M3087
dated February 08, 2008,
under the Authority of EASA DOA
21J.051.
Revision 2 HGS configuration update. Part 2 Issue 1 Part 0 Issue 2
25-sep-2009 CP023 approved by EASA under Part 3 Issue 1 Part 1 Issue 2
reference EASA.A.C 11577 on
September 25, 2009.

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Revision 3 Full M2846 applicability. Part 0 Issue 3
25-jan-2011 Max. runway elevation increase. Part 2 Issue 2
CP018 approved by EASA under
reference 10032735 on
November 26, 2010 and FAA
approval ANM-116-11-074 on
December 13, 2010.
Revision 4 HGS corrections. Part 0 Issue 4
01-mar-2013 CP031 approved by EASA under Part 1 Issue 3
reference M3554. Part 2 Issue 3
EFVS improvement. Part 3 Issue 2
CP040 approved by EASA under
reference M-OPT006.

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PARTS

Reference Issue Special applicability

Part 0 Issue 4

Part 1 Issue 3 A/C with M2308 or M2759 or M3225 or M3227.

Part 2 Issue 3 A/C with M3227.

Part 3 Issue 2 A/C with M3225 or M3227.

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LIMITATIONS

GENERAL
The Head up Guidance System (HGS) is approved as the primary flight display:
- Provided that Pilot Side is selected on LH and one PDU format is displayed on LH or central DU,
- For the following use with all engines operating or 1 engine inoperative:
- Taxi (all engines operating),
- Take-off (all engines operating),
- En route (including climb and descent),
- Visual approach,
- Manual Category I approach,
- Automatic Category I approach monitored with HUD,

CAUTION

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For manual and automatic Category I approach with a slope angle steeper than 3.85°, the HUD
must be stowed except if airplane is equipped with M2308 or M2759 or M3554.

- Non precision approach except NDB approach in raw data.

NOTE

For NDB approach flown in raw data, HUD may be used to supplement the PDU.
Since the HUD does not display NDB indications, navigation aids must be displayed in the PDU.

- Go-around,
- Landing.

The IR image may be displayed in HUD during above-mentioned phases of flight.

CAUTION

The IR image shall be removed from the HUD whenever:


- It impairs the pilot’s natural vision.
- It degrades the readability of the HUD symbology.
- It is degraded by weather conditions (e.g. rain, ice, mist …).

The IR image shall not be used in heavy rain.

- The LH windshield sun visor must be stowed during take-off, approach and landing.

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- The EVS must be turned off if the EVS kill switch on the LH yoke is inoperative.

Only for Canadian registered A/C:


- Minimum crew: Certification approval of the EFVS does not constitute approval to conduct
operations using EFVS.
The operator must obtain an operational approval for EFVS operations from his operational
authorities.
For other registration:
- Minimum crew: EVS may be used only by qualified pilots who have been trained in accordance with
the minimum requirements listed in the applicable FAA FSB or EASA OEB report or any other
Operational Evaluation report with equivalent content, appropriate to the airplane.
End.

APPROACH

CAUTION

(Only applicable to Category I approaches


for A/C with M3225 or M3227)
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HUD must be stowed for airfields with an available landing distance under 4,265 ft (1 300 m),
unless:
- Raw data are used (APP mode not selected) or,
- Airfield is part of the following list:
- KCRG (Jacksonville),
- KHWV (Brookhaven),
- KPOC (Brackett Field),
- KPVC (Provincetown Muni),
- KVDF (Tampa Executive)
- KVGT (North Las Vegas),
- LSZA (Lugano).

- The IR image must not be displayed in HUD during steep approaches (steeper than 4.5°).
- No credit for descending below the published Category 1 or non precision approach minimum using
the EVS shall be applied.
- The EVS was demonstrated to be suitable for supplemental use only.
- The EVS may not be used as a basis for descent and operation below instrument approach
minimums (e.g. minimum descent altitude, decision altitude/height) per 14 CFR 91.175 (L) & (M) or
Regulation (EC) 859/2008 §h Appendix 1 (new) to OPS 1.430 or any other air operation regulation
with equivalent content.

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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

WINDSHEAR warning
WINDSHEAR in the HUD.
WINDSHEAR voice warning.

– Apply WINDSHEAR RECOVERY procedure ....................................................... Refer to basic AFM

EGPWS warning
PULL UP in the HUD.
PULL UP or TERRAIN AHEAD PULL UP or OBSTACLE AHEAD PULL UP voice warning.

– Apply TERRAIN AWARENESS WARNING procedure ........................................ Refer to basic AFM

TCAS warning
Resolution Advisory box in the HUD.
TCAS RA voice warning.

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– Apply RESOLUTION ADVISORY procedure ....................................................... Refer to basic AFM

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ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

GENERAL
In the event of unusual attitude, the ADI in PDU provides a more complete and intuitive attitude
reference for recovery than the HUD.

NOTE

IR image is automatically removed from HUD in unusual attitude.


This image may be displayed in HUD on PF request after recovering a normal attitude.

ALIGN HUD
ALIGN HUD in the HUD.

– HUD ....................................................................................................................... Locked - Checked


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If ALIGN HUD annunciation remains:


– HUD ................................................................................................................................... Stowed

IR IMAGE NOT CONFORMAL WITH NATURAL VISION

– LH yoke: EVS kill switch ................................................................................................... Depressed


– EVS knob (when time permits) .................................................................................................... OFF

AVIONICS SYSTEM - SENSORS MISCOMPARE

FPV MISCOMPARE annunciation


FPV comparison annunciation in the HUD.

If IR image is displayed in HUD:


– LH yoke: EVS kill switch ................................................................................................ Depressed
If airplane is equipped with 3 IRS:
– On PNF side: IRS pushbutton..................................................................... Pushed to select IRS3
On corresponding PDU .............................................................................. White IRS3
If FPV goes out:
– Continue to use HUD.
If FPV remains on:
– On PNF side: revert to the previous IRS.

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– On PF side: IRS pushbutton.................................................................... Pushed to select IRS3


On corresponding PDU .............................................................................. White IRS3
If FPV goes out:
– Continue to use HUD.
If FPV remains on:
– HUD ........................................................................................................................ Stowed
If airplane is equipped with 2 IRS:
Not applicable to US registered A/C:

If the crew can clearly identify the faulty IRS:


– Perform an IRS reversion on appropriate side.
– Continue to use HUD provided cross-check between Flight Path Vector and primary flight data
is performed.
If the crew cannot identify the faulty IRS:
– HUD ............................................................................................................................... Stowed
Only applicable to US registered A/C:

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– HUD ................................................................................................................................... Stowed

CAUTION

Comparing with Secondary Flight Display Flight Path Symbol in climb or descent may lead
to erroneous conclusions.

AVIONICS SYSTEM - FLAG ANNUNCIATION IN HUD

If IR image is displayed in HUD:


– LH yoke: EVS kill switch ................................................................................................ Depressed
– Apply basic AFM procedure, when exists, corresponding to triggered CAS message or complete
procedure corresponding to associated ADI or HSI flag.
If flag persists after procedure has been completed:
– For RA, FD, LOC or G/S:
– HUD can be used.
– EVS can be used.
– For other cases: HUD......................................................................................................... Stowed

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NORMAL PROCEDURES

GENERAL
PF has to deploy the HUD, adjust seat position to be in the eye box and set the HUD symbology
brightness.

EVS INITIALIZATION
– EVS knob...................................................................................................................................... ON
HUD: NO EVS annunciation and time remaining ............................................ Checked
When EVS annunciation is displayed in HUD:
– LH yoke: EVS kill switch ................................................................................................ Depressed
HUD: EVS z annunciation and IR image ....................................................... Checked
– LW DU: VIDEO / EVS ..................................................................................................... Displayed
IR image ........................................................................................................ Checked
– HUD settings:
– SYMBOLOGY BRT ............................................................................................. AUTO - Adjusted
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– VIDEO CONTRAST and BRT ................................................................................................... Set


– Use the following presets and adjust if a scene is available:

Day Night
VIDEO CONTRAST MIN MIN
VIDEO BRT MAX 3 o'clock

PRELIMINARY EVS OPERATION


For any phase of flight where use of EVS is intended:
– LH yoke: EVS kill switch .................................................................................... Checked - Operative
– HUD: EVS z annunciation and IR image............................................................................. Checked
– HUD settings..................................................................................................................... Completed
– EVS LONG CAL ............................................................................................................... Completed

X APPROACH
NON PRECISION APPROACH PREPARATION
FMW window: Arrival POF:
– Landing elevation (Elev) .............................................. Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Approach reference glide path (Glide).......................... Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Click on HUD Confirm softkey.
– Minimum (BARO Min) ................................................................................................................... Set

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CATEGORY I APPROACH PREPARATION


FMW window: Arrival POF:
– Landing elevation (Elev) .............................................. Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Loc track (Loc Trk) ...................................... True value proposed by the system or manually entered
– Runway length ............................................................. Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Glide slope reference (Glide) ....................................... Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Click on HUD Confirm softkey.
– Minimum (BARO Min) ................................................................................................................... Set

ALIGNED ON FINAL SEGMENT


When use of EVS is intended and not below 1,000 ft:
– EVS LONG CAL ............................................................................................................... Completed

DOWN TO APPROACH MINIMUM


– PF monitors or flies approach through HUD.
– PNF monitors approach in PDU and calls out any deficiency.

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NOTE

EVS VIDEO BRT is automatically faded in HUD when reaching 50 ft above minimum.

AT APPROACH MINIMUM
If a non precision approach is performed:
When visual conditions are established and when committed to land:
Only applicable to A/C with M3225 or M3227:
– Guidance Panel modes ............................................................................................ Deselected
Only applicable to A/C without M3225 or M3227:
– Guidance Panel modes (including armed modes)..................................................... Deselected
End.
If visual references are seen without reliance on EVS cues:
– Continue for LANDING.

X GO-AROUND
When EVS z is flashing in HUD (after leaving GA mode):
– LH yoke: EVS kill switch .................................................. Depressed (as required) - Once or twice

X LANDING

CAUTION

On short final, flight path should be kept close to the final approach reference glide path.

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CAUTION

(Only applicable to A/C with M2308 or M2759)

In case of displaced threshold, the runway remaining distance, if displayed in the HUD, must
be disregarded.

NOTE

For Category I and non precision approaches the FD is not displayed in HUD:
- Below 50 ft if airplane is equipped with M3554,
- Below 100 ft in all other HUD configurations.

X AIRPLANE ON GROUND
When EVS z is flashing in HUD (below 40 kt GS):
– LH yoke: EVS kill switch .................................................. Depressed (as required) - Once or twice
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X AT RAMP
– EVS knob.................................................................................................................................... OFF
– HUD ....................................................................................................................................... Stowed

ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS


Raining conditions

NOTE

The IR image may be distorted by rain drops or water streaks on the IR window, especially at low
speed during taxi and take-off.

Icing conditions

NOTE

When the EVS: A/I FAIL advisory CAS message is displayed, EVS performance and image may be
degraded by condensation or ice accretion on the IR window.

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EGPWS OPERATION
WINDSHEAR in the HUD.

– Apply WINDSHEAR caution procedure................................................................ Refer to basic AFM

GNDPROX in the HUD.

– Apply GNDPROX caution procedure ................................................................... Refer to basic AFM

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The Part 1 (Common Part) of this Supplement remains applicable.

LIMITATIONS (APPLICABLE TO ALL A/C)

The Head up Guidance System (HGS) is approved as the primary flight display:
- Provided that Pilot Side is selected on LH and two PDU format are displayed on LH and RH DU,
- For the following use with all engines operating:
- Manual Category II / III approach.

CAUTION

The IR image must not be displayed in HUD during manual Category II / III approach.

NOTE

Compliance with the certification standards does not constitute an approval to conduct Category

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II / III operations. Such authorization must be obtained by the operator from the appropriate
authorities.

The Head up Guidance System is certified for use in Category II / III manual approaches within the
following limits:
GENERAL
- Maximum runway elevation.................................................................................................... 6,000 ft
- Minimum height above runway threshold for AP disengagement .............................................. 500 ft
- Maximum headwind component................................................................................................. 25 kt
- Maximum tailwind component .................................................................................................... 10 kt
- Maximum crosswind component ................................................................................................ 15 kt
- Runway length ................................................................................... Between 5,000 ft and 15,000 ft
- Autothrottle may remain connected until touchdown.
- Airbrakes must not be extended during the approach.
LANDING CONFIGURATION
- Gear down,
- SF 3.
MINIMUM CREW
- 2 pilots with qualification according to operational rules.
REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST
The following equipments must be operating:
- Head Up Guidance System including:
- HGS computer,
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- HGS overhead unit,


- HGS combiner.
- 2 PDU (Primary Display Unit) on LH and RH side, with ADI and HSI,
- 1 FMS (Flight Management System) on LH side,
- 2 IRS (Inertial Reference System), one set on the LH side, the other one set on the RH side,
- 1 AFCS (Automatic Flight Control System),
- 2 ILS receivers,
- 2 radio altimeters,
- 1 TAWS (Terrain Awareness Warning System) with radio altitude call out,
- 2 ADS (Air Data System),
- 1 SFD (Secondary Flight Display),
- All engines,
- Both hydraulic systems,
- All primary flight controls except yaw damper.
IRREGULAR TERRAIN
Some ILS facilities require specific airworthiness demonstration prior to approval of Category III
minimums, because the characteristics of the irregular pre-threshold terrain may cause abnormal
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performance in HGS control laws of Category III operations.


F2000EX EASy has not been approved for conducting those specific Category III approaches.

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LIMITATIONS (ONLY APPLICABLE TO NON US REGISTERED A/C)

The Head up Guidance System is certified for use in Category II / III manual approaches within the
following limits:
CATEGORY II
- Runway equipped with Category II ILS system.
- Minimum Decision Height (DH) ................................................................................................. 100 ft
- Minimum Runway Visual Range (RVR)...................................................................... 1,000 ft / 300 m
- HUD2 capability must be displayed.
CATEGORY III
- Runway equipped with Category III ILS system.
- Minimum Decision Height (DH) ................................................................................................... 50 ft
- Minimum Runway Visual Range (RVR).........................................................................600 ft / 175 m
- HUD3 capability must be displayed.
LANDING

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NOTE

Landing on contaminated runways is not permitted.

LIMITATIONS (ONLY APPLICABLE TO US REGISTERED A/C)

The Head up Guidance System is certified for use in Category II / III manual approaches within the
following limits:
CATEGORY II
- HUD2 capability must be displayed.
CATEGORY III
- HUD3 capability must be displayed.

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ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

MALFUNCTION DURING MANUAL CATEGORY II / III APPROACH

WARNING, FLAG
Between 1,000 ft above
or Below RA DH
runway and RA DH
FAILURE
APPR WARN

NO HUD2
NO HUD3

Loss of HUD symbology Go-around


HGS failure
Loss of FD
LOC or G/S
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Continue approach
Go-around if sufficient visual
Engine failure if insufficient visual references
references and
safe landing is anticipated

Continue the approach


TD
(upon PF's decision)

NOTE

Do not make any sensor reversion below 1,000 ft above the runway.

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NORMAL PROCEDURES

A successful and safe approach depends essentially on the PF accurate following of the HUD Flight
Director and approach speed, and on the PNF careful monitoring of primary deviations.
– Secondary Flight Display ..................................................................................................... Checked
– Both radio altimeters ............................................................................................................... Tested
– Both altimeters ............................................................................................................. Set - Checked
FMW window: Arrival POF:
– Landing elevation ......................................................... Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Loc track (TRUE) ...............................................................................................................................
............................. Proposed by the system or, if known, manually entered with an accuracy of 0.1°
– Runway length (between 5,000 ft and 15,000 ft) .......... Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Glide slope reference (between 2.5° and 3°)................ Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Click on HUD Confirm softkey.
– RA DH .......................................................................................................................................... Set
– Approach speed (VREF and VAPP)...................................................................... Computed and set

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– ILS frequency..................................................................................................... Tuned on both sides
– VOR/LOC CDI .............................................................................................. Displayed on both sides
– ILS Course (MAGNETIC) ........................................................................................ Set on both sides

Guidance Panel:
– APP mode ............................................................................................................................... Armed
– FD (LH and RH) ............................................................................................................................ ON

– TD............................... Always displayed on both sides (except if wings A/I is ON or AT unavailable)

NOTE

The glide slope beam must be captured not later than 1,000 ft above the runway.

X NO LATER THAN 1,000 FT ABOVE THE RUNWAY


If EVS is ON:
– IR image.......................................................................................................................... Removed
EVS annunciation in HUD ................................................................. No dot - Checked
– EVS: VIDEO BRT ............................................................................................................ MIN - Set
– Landing configuration........................................................................................................... Checked
– AP................................................................................................................................... Disengaged
– Airplane trimmed on the three axes ..................................................................................... Checked
– ILS beam tracking ............................................................................................................... Stabilized
– Approach speed (VAPP) ..................................................................................................... Stabilized
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– Altimeters and radio altimeters .................................................................................... Cross-checked


On HUD:
– HUD2 or HUD3 annunciation ............................................................................................... Checked
On PDU:
– HUD2 or HUD3 green annunciation ..................................................................................... Checked

X BELOW 1,000 FT
– PF follows precisely the HUD flight director and manages the speed if AT is not connected.
– PNF monitors instrument panel and announces any deficiencies (see DEFICIENCIES paragraph
below).

X AT MINIMUM (RA DH)


– LANDING or GO-AROUND according to visual references ................................................... Initiated

► AT FLARE HEIGHT (FLARE IN HUD / FLARE IN PDU)


– Flare guidance in the HUD ................................................................................................... Followed

►AT IDLE HEIGHT (IDLE IN HUD / IDLE IN PDU)


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– Power levers ........................................................................................................................ Retarded

X GO-AROUND

NOTE

Maximum height loss during a go-around below 100 ft: 25 ft.

If the go-around is initiated at very low altitude and landing gear touches the runway, the
AIRBRAKES AUTO-EXTENSION amber CAS message may be triggered.

After leaving GA mode, if in need of IR image:


– EVS kill switch (on LH yoke).......................................................................................... Depressed
– EVS VIDEO BRT.............................................................................................................. Adjusted

X LANDING
– PF follows precisely the HUD flight director until touchdown.
– PF uses visual reference to maintain the airplane on center line.
AIRPLANE ON GROUND
Below 40 kt GS, if in need of IR image:
– EVS kill switch (on LH yoke).......................................................................................... Depressed
– EVS VIDEO BRT.............................................................................................................. Adjusted

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DEFICIENCIES
The following deficiencies must be called out by the PNF:
- APPR WARN.
- Excessive deviation in view.
- Airspeed 10 kt higher or 5 kt lower than approach speed.
- Bank angle in excess of 10°.
- Path angle greater than 0° or steeper than minus 6°.
- Flag in view.
- Comparator in view.
- Amber HUD2 or HUD3 annunciation in view.
- Amber or red message in the Crew Alerting System.

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PERFORMANCE

LANDING
Approach climb
For CAT II and CAT III operations, the steady gradient of climb with one engine inoperative may not
be less than 2.5 %.
Engine rating is take-off thrust, APR operating.
Configuration is SF 1 (10° FLAPS + SLATS) and stabilized airspeed is VREF.
Landing distance required
For manual CAT II and CAT III operations, chart Part 2 - page 10 of this Supplement provides the
landing distance required.
Landing field length
The required landing field length on a dry runway is the longer of:
- The landing distance required as per chart Part 2 - page 10 with no further factoring, and
- The demonstrated landing distance as per AFM Section 5 factored in accordance with the relevant
operating regulations on a dry runway.
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The required landing field length on a wet runway is the required landing field length on a dry runway
factored as appropriate in accordance with the relevant operating regulations on a wet runway.

CAUTION

Landing Distance and Landing Field Length in FMS TOLD must be disregarded.

ADDITIONAL LANDING DISTANCES


In flight failures
Landing distance increments as per Sections 2 and 3 of the basic Airplane Flight Manual remain
applicable to the landing distance required.
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WEIGHTS
Approach and landing climb gradients – Maximum brake energy
The most restrictive condition is either the one engine inoperative approach climb gradient of 2.5 % or
the maximum brake energy.
Refer to chart Part 2 - page 9 for maximum landing weight limited by climb requirements.

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This Part is specific to automatic Category II approach monitored with HUD.


The Part 1 (Common Part) of this Supplement remains applicable.

LIMITATIONS

The Head up Guidance System (HGS) is approved as the primary flight display:
- Provided that Pilot Side is selected on LH and two PDU format are displayed on LH and RH DU,
- For the following use with all engines operating:
- Automatic Category II approach monitored with HUD.

CAUTION

The IR image must not be displayed in HUD during automatic Category II approach.

Refer to Annex 1 for limitations corresponding to automatic Category II approach.

ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

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MALFUNCTION DURING APPROACH
Refer to Annex 1 for abnormal procedures corresponding to malfunction during automatic Category II
approach.
The following equivalences must be taken into account:
- An amber CAT2 annunciation in PDU is displayed NO CAT2 in HUD.
- A red CAT2 annunciation in PDU is displayed NO CAT2 in HUD.
HGS FAILURE
In case of HGS failure:
– Above 300 ft .......................................................... PF reverts to PDU and continues the approach
– Below 300 ft ................... PF continues the approach looking outside for visual cues through HUD

NORMAL PROCEDURES

Refer to Annex 1 for normal procedures corresponding to automatic Category II approach.


The following equivalence must be taken into account:
- A green CAT2 annunciation in PDU is displayed CAT2 in HUD.

USE OF EVS DURING AUTOMATIC CATEGORY II APPROACH

X AT 1,000 FT ABOVE THE RUNWAY:


If EVS is ON:
– IR image.......................................................................................................................... Removed
EVS annunciation in HUD ................................................................. No dot - Checked
– EVS: VIDEO BRT ............................................................................................................ MIN - Set

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X GO-AROUND
After leaving GA mode, if IR image is needed:
– EVS kill switch (on LH yoke).......................................................................................... Depressed
– EVS VIDEO BRT.............................................................................................................. Adjusted

X LANDING

NOTE

For automatic Category II approaches, the FD is removed from HUD below 50 ft.

X AIRPLANE ON GROUND
Below 40 kt GS, if IR image is needed:
– EVS kill switch (on LH yoke).......................................................................................... Depressed
– EVS VIDEO BRT.............................................................................................................. Adjusted

PERFORMANCE
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CONCERNING
ROCKWELL COLLINS HEAD UP GUIDANCE SYSTEM
WITH IMPROVED EFVS (ENHANCED FLIGHT VISION SYSTEM)

Serial No :

Registration No :

When the airplane incorporates modification M-OPT006, this Supplement must be attached to the
DGT88898 Airplane Flight Manual approved by the EASA on June 17, 2004,

Refer to 0-300-05 for above mentioned modifications description.

Each Part may contain limitations, procedures, performance information that supplements information
of the basic Airplane Flight Manual

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For information not contained in this Supplement, consult the basic Airplane Flight Manual.

ORGANIZATION OF THIS SUPPLEMENT


Part 1: common Part
- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS........................................................................................................ Page 1
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ............................................................................. Page 3
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ................................................................................ Page 4
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES ..................................................................................... Page 6
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE ................................................................................... Apply basic AFM
- Annexes................................................................................................................... Apply basic AFM

Part 2: Manual Category II / III approach


- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS........................................................................................................ Page 1
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES .............................................................. Apply basic AFM
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ................................................................................ Page 4
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES ..................................................................................... Page 5
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE .................................................................................................. Page 8
- Annexes................................................................................................................... Apply basic AFM

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- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS........................................................................................................ Page 1
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES .............................................................. Apply basic AFM
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ................................................................................ Page 1
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES ..................................................................................... Page 1
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE .................................................................................................. Page 2
- Annexes................................................................................................................... Apply basic AFM
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LIST OF REVISIONS

Revision Title Parts changes


and Date and
Approval reference Added Revised Removed

Original EFVS improvement. First issue of supplement 1B.


01-mar-2013 CP040 approved by EASA under
reference M-OPT006.

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PARTS

Reference Issue Special applicability

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modification installed on the airplane listed on Part 0 page 1 of this Supplement.

LIMITATIONS

GENERAL
The Head up Guidance System (HGS) is approved as the primary flight display:
- Provided that Pilot Side is selected on LH and one PDU format is displayed on LH or central DU,
- For the following use with all engines operating or 1 engine inoperative:
- Taxi (all engines operating),
- Take-off (all engines operating),
- En route (including climb and descent),
- Visual approach,
- Manual Category I approach,
- Automatic Category I approach monitored with HUD,
- Non precision approach (except NDB approach in raw data).

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NOTE

For NDB approach flown in raw data, HUD may be used to supplement the PDU.
Since the HUD does not display NDB indications, navigation aids must be displayed in the PDU.

- Go-around,
- Landing.

The IR image may be displayed in HUD during above-mentioned phases of flight.

CAUTION

The IR image shall be removed from the HUD whenever:


- It impairs the pilot’s natural vision.
- It degrades the readability of the HUD symbology.
- It is degraded by weather conditions (e.g. rain, ice, mist …).

- The LH windshield sun visor must be stowed during take-off, approach and landing.
- The HUD sun visor must not be used at night and during approaches in low visibility conditions.
- The EVS must be turned off if the EVS kill / dim switch on the LH yoke is inoperative.

Only for Canadian registered A/C:


- Minimum crew: Certification approval of the EFVS does not constitute approval to conduct
operations using EFVS.
The operator must obtain an operational approval for EFVS operations from his operational
authorities.
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For other registration:


- Minimum crew: EVS may be used only by qualified pilots who have been trained in accordance with
the minimum requirements listed in the applicable FAA FSB or EASA OEB report or any other
Operational Evaluation report with equivalent content, appropriate to the airplane.
End.

APPROACH

CAUTION

(Only applicable to Category I approaches)

HUD must be stowed for airfields with an available landing distance under 4,265 ft (1 300 m),
unless:
- Raw data are used (APP mode not selected) or,
- Airfield is part of the following list:
- KCRG (Jacksonville),
- KHWV (Brookhaven),
- KPOC (Brackett Field),
- KPVC (Provincetown Muni),
- KVDF (Tampa Executive)
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- KVGT (North Las Vegas),


- LSZA (Lugano).

- The IR image must not be displayed in HUD during steep approaches (steeper than 4.5°).
- No credit for descending below the published Category 1 or non precision approach minimum using
the EVS shall be applied.
- The EVS was demonstrated to be suitable for supplemental use only.
- The EVS may not be used as a basis for descent and operation below instrument approach
minimums (e.g. minimum descent altitude, decision altitude/height) per 14 CFR 91.175 (L) & (M) or
Regulation (EC) 859/2008 §h Appendix 1 (new) to OPS 1.430 or any other air operation regulation
with equivalent content.

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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

WINDSHEAR warning
WINDSHEAR in the HUD.
WINDSHEAR voice warning.

– Apply WINDSHEAR RECOVERY procedure ....................................................... Refer to basic AFM

EGPWS warning
PULL UP in the HUD.
PULL UP or TERRAIN AHEAD PULL UP or OBSTACLE AHEAD PULL UP voice warning.

– Apply TERRAIN AWARENESS WARNING procedure ........................................ Refer to basic AFM

TCAS warning
Resolution Advisory box in the HUD.
TCAS RA voice warning.

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– Apply RESOLUTION ADVISORY procedure ....................................................... Refer to basic AFM

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ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

GENERAL
In the event of unusual attitude, the ADI in PDU provides a more complete and intuitive attitude
reference for recovery than the HUD.

NOTE

IR image is automatically removed from HUD in unusual attitude.


This image may be displayed in HUD on PF request after recovering a normal attitude.

ALIGN HUD
ALIGN HUD in the HUD.

– HUD ....................................................................................................................... Locked - Checked


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„ If ALIGN HUD annunciation remains:


– HUD ................................................................................................................................... Stowed

IR IMAGE NOT CONFORMAL WITH NATURAL VISION

– LH yoke: EVS kill / dim switch ...................................................................................... Short pressed


; HUD: EVS SBY annunciation......................................................................... Checked
– EVS knob (when time permits) .................................................................................................... OFF

AVIONICS SYSTEM - SENSORS MISCOMPARE

FPV MISCOMPARE annunciation


FPV comparison annunciation in the HUD.

„ If IR image is displayed in HUD:


– LH yoke: EVS kill / dim switch .................................................................................. Short pressed
; HUD: EVS SBY annunciation......................................................................... Checked
„ If airplane is equipped with 3 IRS:
– On PNF side: IRS pushbutton..................................................................... Pushed to select IRS3
; On corresponding PDU .............................................................................. White IRS3
„ If FPV goes out:
– Continue to use HUD. :

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„ If FPV remains on:


– On PNF side: revert to the previous IRS.
– On PF side: IRS pushbutton.................................................................... Pushed to select IRS3
; On corresponding PDU .............................................................................. White IRS3
„ If FPV goes out:
– Continue to use HUD. :
„ If FPV remains on:
– HUD ........................................................................................................................ Stowed :
„ If airplane is equipped with 2 IRS:
Not applicable to US registered A/C:

„ If the crew can clearly identify the faulty IRS:


– Perform an IRS reversion on appropriate side.
– Continue to use HUD provided cross-check between Flight Path Vector and primary flight data
is performed. :
„ If the crew cannot identify the faulty IRS:
– HUD ............................................................................................................................... Stowed

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Only applicable to US registered A/C:
– HUD ................................................................................................................................... Stowed

CAUTION

Comparing with Secondary Flight Display Flight Path Symbol in climb or descent may lead
to erroneous conclusions.

AVIONICS SYSTEM - FLAG ANNUNCIATION IN HUD

„ If IR image is displayed in HUD:


– LH yoke: EVS kill / dim switch .................................................................................. Short pressed
; HUD: EVS SBY annunciation......................................................................... Checked
– Apply basic AFM procedure, when exists, corresponding to triggered CAS message or complete
procedure corresponding to associated ADI or HSI flag.
„ If flag persists after procedure has been completed:
– For RA, FD, LOC or G/S:
– HUD can be used.
– EVS can be used.
– For other cases: HUD......................................................................................................... Stowed

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NORMAL PROCEDURES

GENERAL
PF has to deploy the HUD, adjust seat position to be in the eye box and set the HUD symbology
brightness.

EVS INITIALIZATION
– EVS knob..................................................................................................................... HIGH or LOW
; HUD: NO EVS annunciation and time remaining ........................................... Checked
„ When EVS SBY annunciation is displayed in HUD:
– LH yoke: EVS kill / dim switch .................................................................................. Short pressed
; HUD: EVS ON annunciation and IR image.................................................... Displayed
– UP DU or LW DU: VIDEO / EVS ..................................................................................... Displayed
; IR image ........................................................................................................ Checked
– HUD settings:
– SYMBOLOGY BRT .............................................................................................. AUTO / Adjusted
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– VIDEO CONTRAST and VIDEO BRT ....................................................................................... Set


– Use the following presets and adjust if necessary when a scene is available:

EVS LOW EVS HIGH


Day Night Day Night
VIDEO CONTRAST MIN MIN 9 o’clock 12 o’clock
VIDEO BRIGHT MAX MAX 3 o’clock MAX

PRELIMINARY EVS OPERATION


For any phase of flight where use of EVS is intended:
– EVS knob..................................................................................................................... HIGH or LOW

NOTE

LOW mode, optimized for the detection of airport lights in poor visibility conditions, must be selected
in fog and when ceiling is below 500 ft above the runway.
HIGH mode, dedicated to terrain awareness, can be selected in all other weather conditions.

– LH yoke: EVS kill / dim switch ............................................................................ Checked - Operative


– HUD: EVS ON annunciation and IR image .......................................................................... Checked
– HUD settings..................................................................................................................... Completed
– EVS CAL .......................................................................................................................... Completed

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X APPROACH
NON PRECISION APPROACH PREPARATION
FMW window: Arrival POF:
– Landing elevation (Elev) .............................................. Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Approach reference glide path (Glide).......................... Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Click on HUD Confirm softkey.
– Minimum (BARO Min) ................................................................................................................... Set

CATEGORY I APPROACH PREPARATION


FMW window: Arrival POF:
– Landing elevation (Elev) .............................................. Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Loc track (Loc Trk) ...................................... True value proposed by the system or manually entered
– Runway length ............................................................. Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Glide slope reference (Glide) ....................................... Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Click on HUD Confirm softkey.
– Minimum (BARO Min) ................................................................................................................... Set

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ALIGNED ON FINAL SEGMENT
When use of EVS is intended and not below 1,000 ft AAL:
– HUD: EVS CAL ................................................................................................................ Completed

DOWN TO APPROACH MINIMUM


– PF monitors or flies approach through HUD.
– PNF monitors approach in PDU and calls out any deficiency.

AT APPROACH MINIMUM
„ If a non precision approach is performed:
„ When visual conditions are established and when committed to land:
– Guidance Panel modes ............................................................................................ Deselected
„ If visual references are seen without reliance on IR cues:
– Continue for LANDING.

X LANDING

CAUTION

On short final, flight path should be kept close to the final approach reference glide path.

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NOTE

For Category I and non precision approaches the FD is removed from HUD below 50 ft.

X AT RAMP
– EVS knob.................................................................................................................................... OFF
– HUD ....................................................................................................................................... Stowed

ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS


Raining conditions

NOTE

The IR image may be degraded by rain drops or water streaks on the IR window, especially at low
speed during taxi and take-off.
In such conditions, the use of EVS LOW mode may minimize the disturbance.
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Icing conditions

NOTE

When the EVS: A/I FAIL advisory CAS message is displayed, EVS performance and image may be
degraded by condensation or ice accretion on the IR window.

EGPWS OPERATION
WINDSHEAR in the HUD.

– Apply WINDSHEAR caution procedure................................................................ Refer to basic AFM

GNDPROX in the HUD.

– Apply GNDPROX caution procedure ................................................................... Refer to basic AFM

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The Part 1 (Common Part) of this Supplement remains applicable.

LIMITATIONS (APPLICABLE TO ALL A/C)

The Head up Guidance System (HGS) is approved as the primary flight display:
- Provided that Pilot Side is selected on LH and two PDU format are displayed on LH and RH DU,
- For the following use with all engines operating:
- Manual Category II / III approach.

CAUTION

The IR image must not be displayed in HUD during manual Category II / III approach.

NOTE

Compliance with the certification standards does not constitute an approval to conduct Category II /

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III operations. Such authorization must be obtained by the operator from the appropriate authorities.

The Head up Guidance System is certified for use in Category II / III manual approaches within the
following limits:
GENERAL
- Maximum runway elevation.................................................................................................... 6,000 ft
- Minimum height above runway threshold for AP disengagement .............................................. 500 ft
- Maximum headwind component................................................................................................. 25 kt
- Maximum tailwind component .................................................................................................... 10 kt
- Maximum crosswind component ................................................................................................ 15 kt
- Runway length ................................................................................... Between 5,000 ft and 15,000 ft
- Autothrottle may remain connected until touchdown.
- Airbrakes must not be extended during the approach.
LANDING CONFIGURATION
- Gear down,
- SF 3.
MINIMUM CREW
- 2 pilots with qualification according to operational rules.

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REQUIRED EQUIPMENT LIST


The following equipments must be operating:
- Head Up Guidance System including:
- HGS computer,
- HGS overhead unit,
- HGS combiner.
- 2 PDU (Primary Display Unit) on LH and RH side, with ADI and HSI,
- 1 FMS (Flight Management System) on LH side,
- 2 IRS (Inertial Reference System), one set on the LH side, the other one set on the RH side,
- 1 AFCS (Automatic Flight Control System),
- 2 ILS receivers,
- 2 radio altimeters,
- 1 TAWS (Terrain Awareness Warning System) with radio altitude call out,
- 2 ADS (Air Data System),
- 1 SFD (Secondary Flight Display),
- All engines,
- Both hydraulic systems,
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- All primary flight controls except yaw damper.


IRREGULAR TERRAIN
Some ILS facilities require specific airworthiness demonstration prior to approval of Category III
minimums, because the characteristics of the irregular pre-threshold terrain may cause abnormal
performance in HGS control laws of Category III operations.
F2000EX EASy has not been approved for conducting those specific Category III approaches.

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LIMITATIONS (ONLY APPLICABLE TO NON US REGISTERED A/C)

The Head up Guidance System is certified for use in Category II / III manual approaches within the
following limits:
CATEGORY II
- Runway equipped with Category II ILS system.
- Minimum Decision Height (DH) ................................................................................................. 100 ft
- Minimum Runway Visual Range (RVR)...................................................................... 1,000 ft / 300 m
- HUD2 capability must be displayed.
CATEGORY III
- Runway equipped with Category III ILS system.
- Minimum Decision Height (DH) ................................................................................................... 50 ft
- Minimum Runway Visual Range (RVR).........................................................................600 ft / 175 m
- HUD3 capability must be displayed.
LANDING

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NOTE

Landing on contaminated runways is not permitted.

LIMITATIONS (ONLY APPLICABLE TO US REGISTERED A/C)

The Head up Guidance System is certified for use in Category II / III manual approaches within the
following limits:
CATEGORY II
- HUD2 capability must be displayed.
CATEGORY III
- HUD3 capability must be displayed.

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ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

MALFUNCTION DURING MANUAL CATEGORY II / III APPROACH

WARNING, FLAG
Between 1,000 ft above
or Below RA DH
runway and RA DH
FAILURE
APPR WARN

NO HUD2
NO HUD3

Loss of HUD symbology Go-around


HGS failure
Loss of FD
LOC or G/S
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Continue approach
Go-around if sufficient visual
Engine failure if insufficient visual references
references and
safe landing is anticipated

Continue the approach


TD
(upon PF's decision)

NOTE

Do not make any sensor reversion below 1,000 ft above the runway.

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NORMAL PROCEDURES

A successful and safe approach depends essentially on the PF accurate following of the HUD Flight
Director and approach speed, and on the PNF careful monitoring of primary deviations.
– Secondary Flight Display ..................................................................................................... Checked
– Both radio altimeters ............................................................................................................... Tested
– Both altimeters ............................................................................................................. Set - Checked
FMW window: Arrival POF:
– Landing elevation ......................................................... Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Loc track (TRUE) ...............................................................................................................................
............................. Proposed by the system or, if known, manually entered with an accuracy of 0.1°
– Runway length (between 5,000 ft and 15,000 ft) .......... Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Glide slope reference (between 2.5° and 3°)................ Proposed by the system or manually entered
– Click on HUD Confirm softkey.
– RA DH .......................................................................................................................................... Set
– Approach speed (VREF and VAPP)...................................................................... Computed and set

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– ILS frequency..................................................................................................... Tuned on both sides
– VOR/LOC CDI .............................................................................................. Displayed on both sides
– ILS Course (MAGNETIC) ........................................................................................ Set on both sides

Guidance Panel:
– APP mode ............................................................................................................................... Armed
– FD (LH and RH) ............................................................................................................................ ON

– TD............................... Always displayed on both sides (except if wings A/I is ON or AT unavailable)

NOTE

The glide slope beam must be captured not later than 1,000 ft above the runway.

X NO LATER THAN 1,000 FT ABOVE THE RUNWAY


„ If EVS is ON:
– IR image.......................................................................................................................... Removed
; HUD: EVS SBY annunciation........................................................................ Checked
– HUD: VIDEO BRT ........................................................................................................... MIN - Set
– Landing configuration........................................................................................................... Checked
– AP................................................................................................................................... Disengaged
– Airplane trimmed on the three axes ..................................................................................... Checked
– ILS beam tracking ............................................................................................................... Stabilized
– Approach speed (VAPP) ..................................................................................................... Stabilized
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– Altimeters and radio altimeters .................................................................................... Cross-checked


On HUD:
– HUD2 or HUD3 annunciation ............................................................................................... Checked
On PDU:
– HUD2 or HUD3 green annunciation ..................................................................................... Checked

X BELOW 1,000 FT
– PF follows precisely the HUD flight director and manages the speed if AT is not connected.
– PNF monitors instrument panel and announces any deficiencies (see DEFICIENCIES paragraph
below).

X AT MINIMUM (RA DH)


– LANDING or GO-AROUND according to visual references ................................................... Initiated

► AT FLARE HEIGHT (FLARE IN HUD / FLARE IN PDU)


– Flare guidance in the HUD ................................................................................................... Followed

►AT IDLE HEIGHT (IDLE IN HUD / IDLE IN PDU)


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– Power levers ........................................................................................................................ Retarded

X GO-AROUND

NOTE

Maximum height loss during a go-around below 100 ft: 25 ft.

If the go-around is initiated at very low altitude and landing gear touches the runway, the
AIRBRAKES AUTO-EXTENSION amber CAS message may be triggered.

„ If in need of IR image:
– LH yoke: EVS kill / dim switch .................................................................................. Short pressed
– HUD: VIDEO BRT ............................................................................................................ Adjusted

X LANDING
– PF follows precisely the HUD flight director until touchdown.
– PF uses visual reference to maintain the airplane on center line.

X AIRPLANE ON GROUND
„ Below 40 kt GS, if in need of IR image:
– LH yoke: EVS kill / dim switch .................................................................................. Short pressed
– HUD: VIDEO BRT ............................................................................................................ Adjusted

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DEFICIENCIES
The following deficiencies must be called out by the PNF:
- APPR WARN.
- Excessive deviation in view.
- Airspeed 10 kt higher or 5 kt lower than approach speed.
- Bank angle in excess of 10°.
- Path angle greater than 0° or steeper than minus 6°.
- Flag in view.
- Comparator in view.
- Amber HUD2 or HUD3 annunciation in view.
- Amber or red message in the Crew Alerting System.

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PERFORMANCE

LANDING
Approach climb
For CAT II and CAT III operations, the steady gradient of climb with one engine inoperative may not
be less than 2.5 %.
Engine rating is take-off thrust, APR operating.
Configuration is SF 1 (10° FLAPS + SLATS) and stabilized airspeed is VREF.
Landing distance required
For manual CAT II and CAT III operations, chart Part 2 - page 10 of this Supplement provides the
landing distance required.
Landing field length
The required landing field length on a dry runway is the longer of:
- The landing distance required as per chart Part 2 - page 10 with no further factoring, and
- The demonstrated landing distance as per AFM Section 5 factored in accordance with the relevant
operating regulations on a dry runway.
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The required landing field length on a wet runway is the required landing field length on a dry runway
factored as appropriate in accordance with the relevant operating regulations on a wet runway.

CAUTION

Landing Distance and Landing Field Length in FMS TOLD must be disregarded.

ADDITIONAL LANDING DISTANCES


In flight failures
Landing distance increments as per Sections 2 and 3 of the basic Airplane Flight Manual remain
applicable to the landing distance required.
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WEIGHTS
Approach and landing climb gradients – Maximum brake energy
The most restrictive condition is either the one engine inoperative approach climb gradient of 2.5 % or
the maximum brake energy.
Refer to chart Part 2 - page 9 for maximum landing weight limited by climb requirements.

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This Part is specific to automatic Category II approaches monitored with HUD.


The Part 1 (Common Part) of this Supplement remains applicable.

LIMITATIONS

The Head up Guidance System (HGS) is approved as the primary flight display:
- Provided that Pilot Side is selected on LH and two PDU format are displayed on LH and RH DU,
- For the following use with all engines operating:
- Automatic Category II approach monitored with HUD.

The IR image may be displayed in HUD during automatic Category II approach monitored with HUD.
Refer to Annex 1 for limitations corresponding to automatic Category II approach.

ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

MALFUNCTION DURING APPROACH


Refer to Annex 1 for abnormal procedures corresponding to malfunction during automatic Category II

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approach.
The following equivalences must be taken into account:
- An amber CAT2 annunciation in PDU is displayed NO CAT2 in HUD.
- A red CAT2 annunciation in PDU is displayed NO CAT2 in HUD.
HGS FAILURE
„ In case of HGS failure:
– Above 300 ft .......................................................... PF reverts to PDU and continues the approach
– Below 300 ft ................... PF continues the approach looking outside for visual cues through HUD

NORMAL PROCEDURES

Refer to Annex 1 for normal procedures corresponding to automatic Category II approach.


The following equivalence must be taken into account:
- A green CAT2 annunciation in PDU is displayed CAT2 in HUD.

X LANDING

NOTE

For automatic Category II approaches, the FD is removed from HUD below 50 ft.

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PERFORMANCE

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SUPPLEMENT NO 3 TO THE EASA APPROVED FLIGHT MANUAL

CONCERNING

EVAS (EMERGENCY VISION ASSURANCE SYSTEM)

AFTER INCORPORATION OF MODIFICATION M2821

Serial No :

Registration No :

This supplement must be attached to the DGT88898 Airplane Flight Manual approved by the EASA
on June 17, 2004, when the airplane incorporates M2821.

The information contained herein supplements the information of the basic Airplane Flight Manual.

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For limitations, procedures and performance information not contained in this supplement, consult the
basic Airplane Flight Manual.

SECTIONS OF AIRPLANE FLIGHT MANUAL PAGES OF SUPPLEMENT

- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS.........................................................................................................PART 1
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES..............................................................................PART 1
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES............................................................................No change
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES.................................................................................No change
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE ..............................................................................................No change
- Annexes : ...........................................................................................................................No change

Approved by : EASA under EASA approval reference A.C.04346 on September 26, 2006.

Date of approval of the original issue : September 26, 2006.

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Issue 1 Table of contents
Flight Manual

LIST OF REVISIONS

Revision Title Parts changes


and Date and
Approval reference Added Revised Removed

Original Approved by EASA First issue of supplement 3.


26-sep-2006 under EASA approval reference
A.C.04346

Revision 1 New page layout. Part 0 Issue 1 All pages


08-feb-2008 Approved by EASA Part 1 Issue 1
reference DA CAS M3087
dated February 08, 2008,
under the Authority of EASA DOA
21J.051.

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LIMITATIONS

The Head Up Guidance Display (HUD), if installed, and the glareshield sunshade must be stowed
prior to deployment of EVAS.

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

„ If smoke accumulation threatens vision:


– Implement EVAS to the point of placing the IVU pack on the glare shield's Velcro strip.
„ If smoke accumulation continues:
– Activate EVAS by pulling the tab on the IVU pack.
„ If IVU does not inflate:
– Press master switch to start blower.

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SUPPLEMENT N° 6 TO THE AIRPLANE FLIGHT MANUAL

CONCERNING

MEDEVAC MODULES

Serial No:

Registration No:

This supplement must be attached to the DGT88898 Airplane Flight Manual approved by the EASA
on June 17, 2004 when the airplane incorporates M3416.

Refer to 0-300-05 for above mentioned modification description.

The information contained herein supplements the information of the basic Airplane Flight Manual; for
limitations, procedures and performance information not contained in this supplement, consult the

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basic Airplane Flight Manual.

ORGANIZATION OF THIS SUPPLEMENT


- Part 1: MEDEVAC Modules
- Section 1: LIMITATIONS ........................................................................................ Part 1 - Page 1
- Section 2: EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ............................................................. Part 1 - Page 1
- Section 3: ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ................................................................ Part 1 - Page 2
- Section 4: NORMAL PROCEDURES ..................................................................... Part 1 - Page 4
- Section 5: PERFORMANCE................................................................................... Part 1 - Page 4
- Annexes ................................................................................................................. Part 1 - Page 4

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Revision Title Parts changes


and Date and
Approval reference Added Revised Removed

Original Approved by EASA under reference First Issue of parts 0 and 1.


29-Aug-2011 M3416.

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GENERAL
AFM Supplement n°6 is intended to provide necessary information about the use of one or two
MEDEVAC modules, based on the airplane electrical system configuration.
Depending on the situation, the flight crew may have to consider shedding some equipments with the
help of the following table.

Coffee machine 50 A
Oven 35 A
1 MEDEVAC module 80 A
1 MEDEVAC module (without Bair Hugger) 20 A
2 MEDEVAC modules 160 A
2 MEDEVAC modules (without Bair Hugger) 40 A
Table 1: Maximum equipment load

Simultaneous use of coffee machine and oven should be avoided.

LIMITATIONS

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Maximum generators current:

GPU APU Engine generator


35,000 ft to 47,000 ft
25,000 ft to 35,000 ft 200 A
400 A
10,000 ft to 25,000 ft 250 A
0 to 10,000 ft 300 A
Ground 300 A 300 A 300 A

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

ELECTRICAL SMOKE OR FIRE


After setting the galley master and cabin master to off, the flight crew must turned off both MEDEVAC
modules.

MASTER + GONG with 2 GEN’S FAIL message in Crew Alerting System

Before tying the buses (BUS TIED), the flight crew must check that both MEDEVAC modules are
switched off.

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ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

MASTER + GONG with ENG .. OUT message in Crew Alerting System or,
WINDMILLING AIRSTART or STARTER ASSISTED AIRSTART

Before tying the buses (BUS TIED), the flight crew must check that both MEDEVAC modules are
switched off.
Both MEDEVAC modules may be turned on once:
- APU is running and stabilized or,
- BUS are Tied and available load is monitored (refer to Table 1 in Part 1 Page 1).

MASTER + GONG with GEN .. message in Crew Alerting System

Before tying the buses (BUS TIED), the flight crew must check that both MEDEVAC modules are
switched off.
Both MEDEVAC modules may be turned on once:
- APU is running and stabilized or,
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- BUS are Tied and available load is monitored (refer to Table 1 in Part 1 Page 1).

MASTER + GONG with BUS LH LOW VOLTAGE or BUS RH LOW VOLTAGE message in Crew
Alerting System

After setting the galley master and cabin master to off, the flight crew must turn off both MEDEVAC
modules.
Both MEDEVAC modules may be turned on once:
- APU is running and stabilized or,
- BUS are Tied and available load is monitored (refer to Table 1 in Part 1 Page 1).
If APU is started and galley master and cabin master are set back to on, some optional equipment
may not be recovered.

LH (or LH + ESS) BUS INOPERATIVE

Flight Crew must check that the left MEDEVAC module is switched off.
Monitor electrical loads and consider turning off remaining MEDEVAC module if necessary (refer to
Table 1 in Part 1 Page 1).

RH BUS INOPERATIVE

Flight Crew must check that the right MEDEVAC module is switched off.

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Monitor electrical loads and consider turning off remaining MEDEVAC module if necessary (refer to
Table 1 in Part 1 Page 1).

MEDEVAC OXYGEN LEAK

In order to reduce oxygen density in cabin, the following action items must be performed:
– Crew and cabin air gaspers .......................................................................................................Open
AIR CONDITIONING:
– PAX and CREW MAN pushbuttons ....................................................................................... Pushed
; Status lights (all 2) .................................................................................... Amber MAN
– PAX and CREW temperature controllers (all 2)........................................................ Cold (fully CCW)
11 minutes after leak is stopped:
– PAX and CREW MAN pushbuttons ....................................................................................... Pushed
; Status lights (all 2) ........................................................................................ Unlighted
– PAX and CREW temperature controllers (all 2)................................................................ As required

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NORMAL PROCEDURES

PREFLIGHT - COCKPIT CHECK (POWER ON)


Both MEDEVAC modules may be switched on when the electrical system is fed by either:
- GPU,
- APU,
- One engine GEN.
However, flight crew should monitor available load and possibly:
- delay use of Bair Hugger,
- switch off some optional equipments,
- delay shutdown of APU at LINE UP instead of TAXIING.

NOTE

If MEDEVAC modules (with Bair Hugger on) are running on GPU, voltage and current indications in
the ELEC synoptic and cabin lights may flicker.
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NOTE

If APU is started with GPU assistance, MEDEVAC modules must be turned off during APU starting
sequence.

AT RAMP
Both MEDEVAC modules must be turned off before APU shutdown or engines shutdown if APU is not
running.

SYSTEMS
PHOTOLUMINESCENT FLOOR PATH MARKING
For the first flight of the day, cabin must be lighted at full power at least 15 minutes prior taxiing.

PERFORMANCE

Apply basic AFM.

ANNEXES

The limitation, procedures and performance data provided in AFM annexes are compatible with
Medevac Modules.

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SUPPLEMENT N° 7 TO THE EASA APPROVED FLIGHT MANUAL

CONCERNING

LANDING WITH AUTOBRAKE ACTIVE

Serial No :

Registration No :

When the airplane incorporates M3177, this supplement must be attached to the DGT88898 Airplane
Flight Manual approved by the EASA on June 17, 2004.
Refer to 0-300-05 for above mentioned modification(s) description.

Each part of this supplement may contain limitations, procedures or performance information that
supplements information of the basic Airplane Flight Manual.
For information not contained in this supplement, consult the basic Airplane Flight Manual.

ORGANIZATION OF THIS SUPPLEMENT

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- Part 1: Landing with autobrake active
- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS ....................................................................................... Part 1 - Page 2
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ............................................................ Part 1 - Page 2
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ............................................................... Part 1 - Page 3
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES .................................................................... Part 1 - Page 4
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE.................................................................................. Part 1 - Page 7
- Annexes ............................................................................................................... Apply basic AFM
- Part 1A: Landing with autobrake active (A/C with M3453)
- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS ..................................................................................... Part 1A - Page 2
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES .......................................................... Part 1A - Page 2
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ............................................................. Part 1A - Page 3
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES .................................................................. Part 1A - Page 5
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE................................................................................ Part 1A - Page 7
- Annexes ............................................................................................................... Apply basic AFM
- Part 2: Steep approach landing at 5.5 degrees with autobrake active
- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS ....................................................................................... Part 2 - Page 2
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ............................................................ Part 2 - Page 2
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ............................................................... Part 2 - Page 3
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES .................................................................... Part 2 - Page 4
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE.................................................................................. Part 2 - Page 6
- Annexes ................................................................................................................. Part 2 - Page 8

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- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS ..................................................................................... Part 2A - Page 2
- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES .......................................................... Part 2A - Page 2
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES ............................................................. Part 2A - Page 3
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES .................................................................. Part 2A - Page 4
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE................................................................................ Part 2A - Page 6
- Annexes ............................................................................................................... Part 2A - Page 8
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LIST OF REVISIONS

Revision Title Parts changes


and Date and
Approval reference Added Revised Removed

Original Approved by EASA under reference First issue of supplement 7.


26-may-2010 No 10029959 on May 06, 2010 and
FAA approval ANM-116-10-225 on
May 26,2010.
Revision 1 Approved under DOA.EASA.21J.051 Part 0 Issue 2
30-apr-2012 authority, reference R5038.

Revision 2 Approved under DOA.EASA.21J.051 Part 1A Issue 1 Part 0 Issue 3


01-mar-2013 authority, under change reference Part 2A Issue 1 Part 1 Issue 2
M3612.
Part 2 Issue 2
HGS corrections
CP031 approved by EASA under
reference M3554.
Fadec v9.03 (M3453)
CP041 approved under

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reference M3242.
EASy II
CP043 approved under
reference M3254.

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PARTS

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A/C with M3177


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Not applicable to A/C with M3254 or M5000

A/C with M3177 and M3453


Part 1A Issue 1
Not applicable to A/C with M3254 or M5000

A/C with M3177.


Part 2 Issue 2 Not applicable to Canadian registered A/C
Not applicable to A/C with M3254 or M5000
A/C with M3177 and M3453.
Part 2A Issue 1 Not applicable to Canadian registered A/C
Not applicable to A/C with M3254 or M5000

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LANDING WITH AUTOBRAKE ACTIVE

The purpose of Part 1 of Supplement 7 is to provide information necessary to perform a landing with
autobrake active. The landing performance associated with Part 1 of Supplement 7 is improved by
taking benefit of automatic braking.

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Issue 2 Flight Manual

LIMITATIONS

In addition to the basic AFM limitations, the following limitations are also applicable when performing
a landing with autobrake active.

SYSTEMS
In order to guaranty the landing performance and / or the safety of the flight during the landing phase,
the following equipments must be in proper operating condition:
- One engine,
- All flight controls,
- One thrust reverser,
- Both hydraulic systems,
- One electrical generator,
- Essential bus,
- Both brake systems.
DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data

KINDS OF OPERATION
Manual category II / III approach with HUD is not permitted.

STRUCTURAL LIMITATIONS
- Maximum landing weight with autobrake active ...................................................................30,000 lb

PERFORMANCE LIMITATIONS
FMS TOLD must be disregarded.
The landing weight is limited by the most restrictive condition:
- Climb requirements (5-700-10 page 1).
- Landing field length (See Performance paragraph of this Part).

OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS
- Maximum crosswind component ................................................................... 20 kt (gusts up to 30 kt)

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

Apply basic AFM.

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ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

In addition to the basic AFM abnormal procedures, the following abnormal procedures are also
applicable when performing a landing with autobrake active.
AUTOBRAKE MALFUNCTION
AUTO BRAKE amber status light OUT flashing or steady on.

– Check that both power levers are at or below MAX CLB position.
– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
„ If AUTO BRAKE status light is amber OUT steady on:
Autobrake is inoperative. Re-assess landing field length.
„ If AUTO BRAKE status light is unlighted:
Re-engage the Autobrake mode if necessary.

BEFORE LANDING WITH ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE

DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data


CAUTION

IF HYDR # 2 System is powered by ST−BY pump:


Check hydraulic pressure before flaps and landing gear maneuver or wait at least 30 seconds
after each flaps or landing gear maneuver.

– Anticipate flaps extension at least 2 minutes before final approach.

CAUTION

To minimize possible flaps asymmetry during approach, extend the flaps one notch at a time.

– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 1


– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
; Status light ........................................................................................... Green ACTIVE
– Landing gear handle ................................................................................................................. Down
; On HSI: GEAR symbol (all 3) ............................................................................. Green
– HYD synoptic: hydraulic pressure ........................................................................................ Checked
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 2
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 3
– MAN - SPEED (zero wind) ........................................................................................................ VREF

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GO-AROUND WITH ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE

– GA pushbutton .................................................................................................................. Depressed


; Flight Director on both PDU .......................................................................... Displayed
; AUTO BRAKE status light ............................................................Amber OUT flashing
– Flight Director ...................................................................................................................... Followed
– Power lever ................................................................................................................................... TO
– AIRBRAKE handle ..............................................................................................................Position 0
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 2

X WHEN A POSITIVE RATE OF CLIMB IS ESTABLISHED:


– Landing gear handle ...................................................................................................................... Up
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 1
– MAN - SPEED .......................................................................................................................... VREF

X AT 800 FT MINIMUM ABOVE RUNWAY:


– Level flight acceleration.
DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data

– MAN - SPEED .................................................................................................. En route climb speed

X AT A MINIMUM SPEED OF VREF + 10 KT:


– Slats-flaps handle .................................................................................................................. CLEAN
– Establish and maintain en route climb speed ................................................................ See 5-600-05

X 5 MINUTES MAX. AFTER TAKE-OFF POWER SETTING:


– Power lever ......................................................................................................................... MAX CLB

NOTE

Maximum continuous thrust is obtained with the power lever at MAX CLB position.

– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed


; Status light ................................................................................................... Unlighted

NORMAL PROCEDURES

In addition to the basic AFM normal procedures, the following normal procedures are also applicable
when performing a landing with autobrake active.

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BEFORE LANDING

CAUTION

To minimize possible flaps asymmetry during approach, extend the flaps one notch at a time.

– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 1


– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
; Status light ........................................................................................... Green ACTIVE
– Landing gear ............................................................................................................ Down - Checked
; On HSI: GEAR symbols (all 3) ........................................................................... Green
– HYD synoptic: hydraulic pressure ........................................................................................ Checked
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 2
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 3

X AT NOT LESS THAN AUTOPILOT MUH:


– Autopilot.......................................................................................................................... Disengaged

DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data


X AT NOT LESS THAN 50 FT:
– Autothrottle ..................................................................................................................... Disengaged
– MAN - SPEED (zero wind) ........................................................................................................ VREF

GO-AROUND (TWO ENGINES)


– GA pushbutton .................................................................................................................. Depressed
; Flight Director on both PDU .......................................................................... Displayed
; AUTO BRAKE status light ............................................................Amber OUT flashing
– Flight Director ...................................................................................................................... Followed
– Autothrottle ................................................................................................................... Disconnected
– Power levers ................................................................................................................................. TO
– AIRBRAKE handle ..............................................................................................................Position 0
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 2

X WHEN A POSITIVE RATE OF CLIMB IS ESTABLISHED:


– Landing gear handle ...................................................................................................................... Up
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 1
– MAN - SPEED .......................................................................................................................... VREF

X AT A MINIMUM SPEED OF VREF + 10 KT:


– Slats-flaps handle .................................................................................................................. CLEAN

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CAUTION

To minimize possible flaps asymmetry during go-around, retract the flaps one notch at a time.

– Establish and maintain en route climb speed.


– Power levers ......................................................................................................MAX CLB - Checked
– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
; Status light ................................................................................................... Unlighted

LANDING

X AT MAIN GEAR TOUCH DOWN


– Airbrakes extension ............................................................................................................. Checked

X AT NOSE WHEEL TOUCH DOWN


– Brakes ...................................................................................................................... Fully depressed
– Nose wheel firmly maintained on ground.
– Steering wheel .................................................................................................................. Depressed
DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data

– Reverser levers............................................................................................................................ Idle


– Amber TRANS annunciations ......................................................................... On then out - Checked
– Green DEPLOY annunciations .................................................................................... On - Checked
– Reverser levers................................................................................................................ As required

X AT 30 KIAS:
– Reverser levers............................................................................................................................ Idle

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PERFORMANCE

In addition to the basic AFM performance, the following performance are also applicable when
performing a landing with autobrake active.

DEFINITIONS
Landing distance
Horizontal distance required to land and come to a complete stop from the screen height.

MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WEIGHTS


Landing - Field length limit
Landing distance (and landing field length) per chart 5-700-25 page 1 is decreased by 5 % (x 0.95).
Conversely, the field length limited landing weight occurs when the available runway length multiplied
by 1.05 is equal to the landing field length given per chart 5-700-25 page 1.

Approach and landing climb gradients - Maximum brake energy

DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data


Assuming structural limitations as per page 2 of this Part, minimum climb gradient and maximum
brake energy are never limiting.

MINIMUM TURN AROUND TIME


Increase landing brake energy by 0.2 MJ (chart 5-800-10 pages 2 and 3).

ANNEXES

The limitations, procedures and performance data provided in AFM annexes are compatible with
landing with autobrake active, except for:
- Annex 3: Operations on contaminated runways.
- Annex 5: Operations with landing gear down.
- Annex 7: Steep approach landing - Up to 6° or 6.65°.
- Annex 7A: Steep approach landing - Up to 5.5°.

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LANDING WITH AUTOBRAKE ACTIVE

The purpose of Part 1 of Supplement 7 is to provide information necessary to perform a landing with
autobrake active. The landing performance associated with Part 1 of Supplement 7 is improved by
taking benefit of automatic braking.

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LIMITATIONS

In addition to the basic AFM limitations, the following limitations are also applicable when performing
a landing with autobrake active.

SYSTEMS
In order to garanty the landing performance and / or the safety of the flight during the landing phase,
the following equipments must be in proper operating condition:
- One engine,
- All flight controls,
- One thrust reverser,
- Both hydraulic systems,
- One electrical generator,
- Essential bus,
- Both brake systems.
DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data

KINDS OF OPERATION
Manual category II / III approach with HUD is not permitted.

STRUCTURAL LIMITATIONS
- Maximum landing weight with autobrake active ...................................................................30,000 lb

PERFORMANCE LIMITATIONS
FMS TOLD must be disregarded.
The landing weight is limited by the most restrictive condition:
- Climb requirements (5-700-10 page 1).
- Landing field length (See Performance paragraph of this Part).

OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS
- Maximum crosswind component ................................................................... 20 kt (gusts up to 30 kt)

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

Apply basic AFM.

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ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

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applicable when performing a landing with autobrake active.
AUTOBRAKE MALFUNCTION
AUTO BRAKE amber status light OUT flashing or steady on.

– Check that both power levers are at or below MAX CLB position.
– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
„ If AUTO BRAKE status light is amber OUT steady on:
Autobrake is inoperative. Re-assess landing field length.
„ If AUTO BRAKE status light is unlighted:
Re-engage the Autobrake mode if necessary.

BEFORE LANDING WITH ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE

DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data


CAUTION

IF HYDR # 2 System is powered by ST−BY pump:


Check hydraulic pressure before flaps and landing gear maneuver or wait at least 30 seconds
after each flaps or landing gear maneuver.

– Anticipate flaps extension at least 2 minutes before final approach.

CAUTION

To minimize possible flaps asymmetry during approach, extend the flaps one notch at a time.

– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 1


– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
; Status light ........................................................................................... Green ACTIVE
– Landing gear handle ................................................................................................................. Down
; On HSI: GEAR symbol (all 3) ............................................................................. Green
– HYD synoptic: hydraulic pressure ........................................................................................ Checked
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 2
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 3
– MAN - SPEED (zero wind) ........................................................................................................ VREF

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GO-AROUND WITH ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE

– GA pushbutton .................................................................................................................. Depressed


; Flight Director on both PDU .......................................................................... Displayed
; AUTO BRAKE status light ............................................................Amber OUT flashing
– Flight Director ...................................................................................................................... Followed
– Power lever ................................................................................................................................... TO
– AIRBRAKE handle ..............................................................................................................Position 0
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 2

X WHEN A POSITIVE RATE OF CLIMB IS ESTABLISHED:


– Landing gear handle ...................................................................................................................... Up
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 1
– MAN - SPEED .......................................................................................................................... VREF

X AT 800 FT MINIMUM ABOVE RUNWAY:


– Level flight acceleration.
DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data

– MAN - SPEED .................................................................................................. En route climb speed

X AT A MINIMUM SPEED OF VREF + 10 KT:


– Slats-flaps handle .................................................................................................................. CLEAN
– Establish and maintain en route climb speed ................................................................ See 5-600-05

X 10 MINUTES MAX. AFTER TAKE-OFF POWER SETTING:


– Power lever ......................................................................................................................... MAX CLB

NOTE

Maximum continuous thrust is obtained with the power lever at MAX CLB position.

ITT display may turn to amber after 5 minutes at take-off with APR power setting. In such case,
power lever can be maintained at TO position until all obstacles are cleared.

– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed


; Status light ................................................................................................... Unlighted

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NORMAL PROCEDURES

In addition to the basic AFM normal procedures, the following normal procedures are also applicable
when performing a landing with autobrake active.
BEFORE LANDING

CAUTION

To minimize possible flaps asymmetry during approach, extend the flaps one notch at a time.

– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 1


– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
; Status light ........................................................................................... Green ACTIVE
– Landing gear ............................................................................................................ Down - Checked
; On HSI: GEAR symbols (all 3) ........................................................................... Green

DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data


– HYD synoptic: hydraulic pressure ........................................................................................ Checked
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 2
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 3

X AT NOT LESS THAN AUTOPILOT MUH:


– Autopilot.......................................................................................................................... Disengaged

X AT NOT LESS THAN 50 FT:


– Autothrottle ..................................................................................................................... Disengaged
– MAN - SPEED (zero wind) ........................................................................................................ VREF

GO-AROUND (TWO ENGINES)


– GA pushbutton .................................................................................................................. Depressed
; Flight Director on both PDU .......................................................................... Displayed
; AUTO BRAKE status light ............................................................Amber OUT flashing
– Flight Director ...................................................................................................................... Followed
– Autothrottle ................................................................................................................... Disconnected
– Power levers ................................................................................................................................. TO
– AIRBRAKE handle ..............................................................................................................Position 0
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 2

X WHEN A POSITIVE RATE OF CLIMB IS ESTABLISHED:


– Landing gear handle ...................................................................................................................... Up
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 1
– MAN - SPEED .......................................................................................................................... VREF

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X AT A MINIMUM SPEED OF VREF + 10 KT:


– Slats-flaps handle .................................................................................................................. CLEAN

CAUTION

To minimize possible flaps asymmetry during go-around, retract the flaps one notch at a time.

– Establish and maintain en route climb speed.


– Power levers ......................................................................................................MAX CLB - Checked
– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
; Status light ................................................................................................... Unlighted

LANDING

X AT MAIN GEAR TOUCH DOWN


– Airbrakes extension ............................................................................................................. Checked

X AT NOSE WHEEL TOUCH DOWN


DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data

– Brakes ...................................................................................................................... Fully depressed


– Nose wheel firmly maintained on ground.
– Steering wheel .................................................................................................................. Depressed
– Reverser levers............................................................................................................................ Idle
– Amber TRANS annunciations ......................................................................... On then out - Checked
– Green DEPLOY annunciations .................................................................................... On - Checked
– Reverser levers................................................................................................................ As required

X AT 30 KIAS:
– Reverser levers............................................................................................................................ Idle

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PERFORMANCE

In addition to the basic AFM performance, the following performance are also applicable when
performing a landing with autobrake active.

DEFINITIONS
Landing distance
Horizontal distance required to land and come to a complete stop from the screen height.

MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WEIGHTS


Landing - Field length limit
Landing distance (and landing field length) per chart 5-700-25 page 1 is decreased by 5 % (x 0.95).
Conversely, the field length limited landing weight occurs when the available runway length multiplied
by 1.05 is equal to the landing field length given per chart 5-700-25 page 1.

Approach and landing climb gradients - Maximum brake energy

DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data


Assuming structural limitations as per page 2 of this Part, minimum climb gradient and maximum
brake energy are never limiting.

MINIMUM TURN AROUND TIME


Increase landing brake energy by 0.2 MJ (chart 5-800-10 pages 2 and 3).

ANNEXES

The limitations, procedures and performance data provided in AFM annexes are compatible with
landing with autobrake active, except for:
- Annex 3: Operations on contaminated runways.
- Annex 5: Operations with landing gear down.
- Annex 7: Steep approach landing - Up to 6° or 6.65°.
- Annex 7A: Steep approach landing - Up to 5.5°.

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STEEP APPROACH LANDING AT 5.5 DEGREES WITH AUTOBRAKE ACTIVE

The purpose of Part 2 of Supplement 7 is to provide information necessary to perform a steep


approach landing at 5.5 degrees with autobrake active.
Compared with performance associated with a steep approach up to 5.5° (Annex 7A), the landing
performance associated with Part 2 of Supplement 7 is improved by:
- taking benefit of airborne distance reduction at 5.5 degrees and,
- automatic braking.

The capability to perform a steep approach landing at 5.5 degrees with autobrake active as defined in
Part 2 of Supplement 7 does not constitute an authorization to perform a steep approach landing at
5.5 degrees with autobrake active.
Such authorization must be obtained by the operator from the appropriate authority.

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LIMITATIONS

In addition to the basic AFM limitations, the following limitations are also applicable when performing
a steep approach landing at 5.5° with autobrake active.
SYSTEMS
In order to guarantee the landing performance and / or the safety of the flight during the landing
phase, the following equipments must be in proper operating condition:
- Both engines,
- All flight controls,
- One thrust reverser,
- Both hydraulic systems,
- One electrical generator,
- Essential bus,
- Both brake systems.

STRUCTURAL LIMITATIONS
DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data

- Maximum landing weight with autobrake active ...................................................................30,000 lb

PERFORMANCE LIMITATIONS
FMS TOLD must be disregarded.
The landing weight is limited by the most restrictive condition:
- Climb requirements (5-700-10 page 1).
- Landing field length ("Landing Distance SF 3" Chart at the end of this Part).

OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS
- Approach path angle ........................................................................................... 5.5 degrees (9.6 %)
- Airport pressure altitude ......................................................................................... -1,000 ft / 6,000 ft
- Maximum tailwind component ...................................................................................................... 5 kt
- Maximum crosswind component ................................................................... 20 kt (gusts up to 30 kt)

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

Apply basic AFM.

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ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

In addition to the basic AFM abnormal procedures, the following abnormal procedures are also
applicable when performing a steep approach landing at 5.5° with autobrake active.
AUTOBRAKE MALFUNCTION
AUTO BRAKE amber status light OUT flashing or steady on.

– Check that both power levers are at or below MAX CLB position.
– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
„ If AUTO BRAKE status light is amber OUT steady on:
Autobrake is inoperative. Re-assess landing field length (Refer to Annex 7A).
„ If AUTO BRAKE status light is unlighted:
Re-engage the Autobrake mode if necessary.

PROCEDURES IN CASE OF ONE ENGINE FAILURE

DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data


– Before final approach .......................................................................................................... Diversion
– During final approach and above minimums ..................................................................... Go around
– Below minimums........................................................................... Go around or landing: as required

GO-AROUND WITH ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE


– GA pushbutton .................................................................................................................. Depressed
; Flight Director on both PDU .......................................................................... Displayed
; AUTO BRAKE status light ............................................................Amber OUT flashing
– Flight Director ...................................................................................................................... Followed
– Power lever ................................................................................................................................... TO
– AIRBRAKE handle ..............................................................................................................Position 0
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 2

X WHEN A POSITIVE RATE OF CLIMB IS ESTABLISHED:


– Landing gear handle ...................................................................................................................... Up
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 1
– MAN - SPEED ................................................................................................................ VREF + 5 kt

NOTE

The height loss is less than 200 ft.

X AT 800 FT MINIMUM ABOVE RUNWAY:


– Level flight acceleration.
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– MAN - SPEED .................................................................................................. En route climb speed

X AT A MINIMUM SPEED OF VREF + 10 KT:


– Slats-flaps handle .................................................................................................................. CLEAN
– Establish and maintain en route climb speed ................................................................ See 5-600-05

X 5 MINUTES MAX. AFTER TAKE-OFF POWER SETTING:


– Power lever ......................................................................................................................... MAX CLB

NOTE

Maximum continuous thrust is obtained with the power lever in MAX CLB position.

– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed


; Status light .................................................................................................... Unlighted

NORMAL PROCEDURES
DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data

In addition to the basic AFM normal procedures, the following normal procedures are also applicable
when performing a steep approach landing at 5.5° with autobrake active.
STEEP APPROACH

X BEFORE GLIDE SLOPE INTERCEPTION:


– ANTI-ICE: BRAKE pushbutton (if installed) ............................................................... OFF – Checked

– Guidance Panel: SPEED rotary switch....................................................................................... MAN

FMW window: Arrival POF:


– Steep Approach ................................................................................................................... Selected
– Manual Vspeed .................................................................................................................... Selected
– VREF + 5 kt (zero wind) ................................................................................................. Manually set
– Steep in ADI ........................................................................................................................ Checked
– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
; Status light ........................................................................................... Green ACTIVE
– Landing gear ............................................................................................................ Down - Checked
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 3
– Steep approach speed (zero wind) ................................................................................. VREF + 5 kt

X AT GLIDE SLOPE INTERCEPTION:


– AIRBRAKE handle ..............................................................................................................Position 1

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X AT OR ABOVE AUTOPILOT MUH:


– Autopilot.......................................................................................................................... Disengaged
– Autothrottle ................................................................................................................... Disconnected

GO-AROUND (TWO-ENGINES)
– GA pushbutton .................................................................................................................. Depressed
; Flight Director on both PDU .......................................................................... Displayed
; AUTO BRAKE status light ............................................................Amber OUT flashing
– Flight Director ...................................................................................................................... Followed
– Autothrottle ................................................................................................................... Disconnected
– Power levers ................................................................................................................................. TO
– AIRBRAKE handle ..............................................................................................................Position 0
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 2

X WHEN A POSITIVE RATE OF CLIMB IS ESTABLISHED:


– Landing gear handle ...................................................................................................................... Up
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 1

DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data


– MAN - SPEED ................................................................................................................ VREF + 5 kt

X AT A MINIMUM SPEED OF VREF + 10 KT:


– Slats-flaps handle .................................................................................................................. CLEAN
– Establish and maintain en route climb speed .................................................... See 5-600-05 page 1
– Power levers ....................................................................................................................... MAX CLB
– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
; Status light .................................................................................................... Unlighted

LANDING

X AT MAIN GEAR TOUCH DOWN


– Airbrakes extension ............................................................................................................. Checked

X AT NOSE WHEEL TOUCH DOWN


– Brakes ...................................................................................................................... Fully depressed
– Nose wheel firmly maintained on ground.
– Steering wheel .................................................................................................................. Depressed
– Reverser levers............................................................................................................................ Idle
– Amber TRANS annunciations ......................................................................... On then out - Checked
– Green DEPLOY annunciations .................................................................................... On - Checked
– Reverser levers................................................................................................................ As required

X AT 30 KIAS:
– Reverser levers............................................................................................................................ Idle

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PERFORMANCE

In addition to the basic AFM performance, the following performance are also applicable when
performing a steep approach landing at 5.5° with autobrake active.
DEFINITIONS
Steep approach speed = VREF + 5 kt
Minimum speed for a steep approach, maintained down to screen height.

VREF – Reference speed


Minimum speed at the screen height during a normal landing.

Approach climb
The steady gradient of climb with one engine inoperative may not be less than 2.1 %.
Engine rating is take-off thrust, APR operating.
Configuration is SF 1 (10° FLAPS + SLATS), and stabilized airspeed is VREF + 5 kt.
DASSAULT AVIATION Proprietary Data

Landing distance
Horizontal distance required to land and come to a complete stop from the screen height.

MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WEIGHTS


Landing - Field length limit
Use chart in this part to determine landing distance (and landing field length) and conversely the field
length limited landing weight.

Approach and landing climb gradients - Maximum brake energy


Assuming structural limitations as per page 2 of this Part, minimum climb gradient and maximum
brake energy are never limiting.

MINIMUM TURN AROUND TIME


Increase landing brake energy by 0.2 MJ (chart 5-800-10 pages 2 and 3).

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ANNEXES

The limitations, procedures and performance data provided in AFM annexes are compatible with
steep approach landing at 5.5 degrees with autobrake active, except for:
- Annex 1: Automatic category II approaches.
- Annex 2: Landing and take-off between 8,000 ft and 14,000 ft.
- Annex 3: Operations on contaminated runways.
- Annex 5: Operations with landing gear down.
- Annex 7: Steep approach landing - Up to 6° or 6.65°.
- Annex 7A: Steep approach landing - Up to 5.5°.
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STEEP APPROACH LANDING AT 5.5 DEGREES WITH AUTOBRAKE ACTIVE

The purpose of Part 2 of Supplement 7 is to provide information necessary to perform a steep


approach landing at 5.5 degrees with autobrake active.
Compared with performance associated with a steep approach up to 5.5° (Annex 7A), the landing
performance associated with Part 2 of Supplement 7 is improved by:
- taking benefit of airborne distance reduction at 5.5 degrees and,
- automatic braking.

The capability to perform a steep approach landing at 5.5 degrees with autobrake active as defined in
Part 2 of Supplement 7 does not constitute an authorization to perform a steep approach landing at
5.5 degrees with autobrake active.
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LIMITATIONS

In addition to the basic AFM limitations, the following limitations are also applicable when performing
a steep approach landing at 5.5° with autobrake active.
SYSTEMS
In order to guarantee the landing performance and / or the safety of the flight during the landing
phase, the following equipments must be in proper operating condition:
- Both engines,
- All flight controls,
- One thrust reverser,
- Both hydraulic systems,
- One electrical generator,
- Essential bus,
- Both brake systems.

STRUCTURAL LIMITATIONS
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- Maximum landing weight with autobrake active ...................................................................30,000 lb

PERFORMANCE LIMITATIONS
FMS TOLD must be disregarded.
The landing weight is limited by the most restrictive condition:
- Climb requirements (5-700-10 page 1).
- Landing field length ("Landing Distance SF 3" Chart at the end of this Part).

OPERATIONAL LIMITATIONS
- Approach path angle ........................................................................................... 5.5 degrees (9.6 %)
- Airport pressure altitude ......................................................................................... -1,000 ft / 6,000 ft
- Maximum tailwind component ...................................................................................................... 5 kt
- Maximum crosswind component ................................................................... 20 kt (gusts up to 30 kt)

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

Apply basic AFM.

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ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

In addition to the basic AFM abnormal procedures, the following abnormal procedures are also
applicable when performing a steep approach landing at 5.5° with autobrake active.
AUTOBRAKE MALFUNCTION
AUTO BRAKE amber status light OUT flashing or steady on.

– Check that both power levers are at or below MAX CLB position.
– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
„ If AUTO BRAKE status light is amber OUT steady on:
Autobrake is inoperative. Re-assess landing field length (Refer to Annex 7A).
„ If AUTO BRAKE status light is unlighted:
Re-engage the Autobrake mode if necessary.

PROCEDURES IN CASE OF ONE ENGINE FAILURE

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– Before final approach .......................................................................................................... Diversion
– During final approach and above minimums ..................................................................... Go around
– Below minimums........................................................................... Go around or landing: as required

GO-AROUND WITH ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE


– GA pushbutton .................................................................................................................. Depressed
; Flight Director on both PDU .......................................................................... Displayed
; AUTO BRAKE status light ............................................................Amber OUT flashing
– Flight Director ...................................................................................................................... Followed
– Power lever ................................................................................................................................... TO
– AIRBRAKE handle ..............................................................................................................Position 0
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 2

X WHEN A POSITIVE RATE OF CLIMB IS ESTABLISHED:


– Landing gear handle ...................................................................................................................... Up
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 1
– MAN - SPEED ................................................................................................................ VREF + 5 kt

NOTE

The height loss is less than 200 ft.

X AT 800 FT MINIMUM ABOVE RUNWAY:


– Level flight acceleration.
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– MAN - SPEED .................................................................................................. En route climb speed

X AT A MINIMUM SPEED OF VREF + 10 KT:


– Slats-flaps handle .................................................................................................................. CLEAN
– Establish and maintain en route climb speed ................................................................ See 5-600-05

X 10 MINUTES MAX. AFTER TAKE-OFF POWER SETTING:


– Power lever ......................................................................................................................... MAX CLB

NOTE

Maximum continuous thrust is obtained with the power lever in MAX CLB position.

ITT display may turn to amber after 5 minutes at take-off with APR power setting. In such case,
power lever can be maintained at TO position until all obstacles are cleared.

– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed


; Status light .................................................................................................... Unlighted
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NORMAL PROCEDURES

In addition to the basic AFM normal procedures, the following normal procedures are also applicable
when performing a steep approach landing at 5.5° with autobrake active.
STEEP APPROACH

X BEFORE GLIDE SLOPE INTERCEPTION:


– ANTI-ICE: BRAKE pushbutton (if installed) ................................................................ OFF - Checked

– Guidance Panel: SPEED rotary switch....................................................................................... MAN

FMW window: Arrival POF:


– Steep Approach ................................................................................................................... Selected
– Manual Vspeed .................................................................................................................... Selected
– VREF + 5 kt (zero wind) ................................................................................................. Manually set

– STP in ADI ........................................................................................................................... Checked


– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
; Status light ........................................................................................... Green ACTIVE
– Landing gear ............................................................................................................ Down - Checked
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 3
– Steep approach speed (zero wind) ................................................................................. VREF + 5 kt

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X AT GLIDE SLOPE INTERCEPTION:


– AIRBRAKE handle ..............................................................................................................Position 1

X AT OR ABOVE AUTOPILOT MUH:


– Autopilot.......................................................................................................................... Disengaged
– Autothrottle ................................................................................................................... Disconnected

GO-AROUND (TWO-ENGINES)
– GA pushbutton .................................................................................................................. Depressed
; Flight Director on both PDU .......................................................................... Displayed
; AUTO BRAKE status light ............................................................Amber OUT flashing
– Flight Director ...................................................................................................................... Followed
– Autothrottle ................................................................................................................... Disconnected
– Power levers ................................................................................................................................. TO
– AIRBRAKE handle ..............................................................................................................Position 0
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 2

X WHEN A POSITIVE RATE OF CLIMB IS ESTABLISHED:

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– Landing gear handle ...................................................................................................................... Up
– Slats-flaps handle ....................................................................................................................... SF 1
– MAN - SPEED ................................................................................................................ VREF + 5 kt

X AT A MINIMUM SPEED OF VREF + 10 KT:


– Slats-flaps handle .................................................................................................................. CLEAN
– Establish and maintain en route climb speed .................................................... See 5-600-05 page 1
– Power levers ....................................................................................................................... MAX CLB
– AUTO BRAKE guarded pushbutton ....................................................................................... Pushed
; Status light .................................................................................................... Unlighted

LANDING

X AT MAIN GEAR TOUCH DOWN


– Airbrakes extension ............................................................................................................. Checked

X AT NOSE WHEEL TOUCH DOWN


– Brakes ...................................................................................................................... Fully depressed
– Nose wheel firmly maintained on ground.
– Steering wheel .................................................................................................................. Depressed
– Reverser levers............................................................................................................................ Idle
– Amber TRANS annunciations ......................................................................... On then out - Checked
– Green DEPLOY annunciations .................................................................................... On - Checked
– Reverser levers................................................................................................................ As required

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X AT 30 KIAS:
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PERFORMANCE

In addition to the basic AFM performance, the following performance are also applicable when
performing a steep approach landing at 5.5° with autobrake active.
DEFINITIONS
Steep approach speed = VREF + 5 kt
Minimum speed for a steep approach, maintained down to screen height.

VREF – Reference speed


Minimum speed at the screen height during a normal landing.

Approach climb
The steady gradient of climb with one engine inoperative may not be less than 2.1 %.
Engine rating is take-off thrust, APR operating.
Configuration is SF 1 (10° FLAPS + SLATS), and stabilized airspeed is VREF + 5 kt.

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Landing distance
Horizontal distance required to land and come to a complete stop from the screen height.

MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WEIGHTS


Landing - Field length limit
Use chart in this part to determine landing distance (and landing field length) and conversely the field
length limited landing weight.

Approach and landing climb gradients - Maximum brake energy


Assuming structural limitations as per page 2 of this Part, minimum climb gradient and maximum
brake energy are never limiting.

MINIMUM TURN AROUND TIME


Increase landing brake energy by 0.2 MJ (chart 5-800-10 pages 2 and 3).

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ANNEXES

The limitations, procedures and performance data provided in AFM annexes are compatible with
steep approach landing at 5.5 degrees with autobrake active, except for:
- Annex 1: Automatic category II approaches.
- Annex 2: Landing and take-off between 8,000 ft and 14,000 ft.
- Annex 3: Operations on contaminated runways.
- Annex 5: Operations with landing gear down.
- Annex 7: Steep approach landing - Up to 6° or 6.65°.
- Annex 7A: Steep approach landing - Up to 5.5°.

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SUPPLEMENT No 10 TO THE EASA APPROVED AIRPLANE FLIGHT MANUAL

CONCERNING

CABIN ACCOMODATION ANNUNCIATIONS

Serial No :

Registration No :

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The information contained herein supplements the information of the basic Airplane Flight Manual.
For limitations, procedures and performance information not contained in this Supplement, consult the
basic Airplane Flight Manual.

SECTIONS OF AIRPLANE FLIGHT MANUAL PARTS OF SUPPLEMENT

- Section 1 : LIMITATIONS.................................................................................................. No change


- Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ....................................................................... No change
- Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES .......................................................................... No change
- Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES ............ Part 1, Part 1A, Part 1B, Part 1C, Part 1D and Part 1E
- Section 5 : PERFORMANCE ............................................................................................ No change
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LIST OF REVISIONS

Revision Title Parts changes


and Date and
Approval reference Added Revised Removed

Original Approved by EASA under reference First issue of supplement 10.


01-OCT-2010 10032006 on September 30, 2010 and
by FAA under reference ANM-116-10-
338 on October 01, 2010.

Revision 1 Revision 1: approved by EASA under Part 1A Issue 1 Part 0 Issue 2


05-SEP-2011 reference M3446. Part 1 Issue 2

Revision 2 Revision 2: approved by EASA under Part 1B Issue 1 Part 0 Issue 3


15-MAR-2013 reference M-OPT055.

Revision 3 Revision 3: approved under Part 1C Issue 1 Part 0 Issue 4


25-MAY-2015 DOA EASA.21J.051 authority under
change reference M-OPT178.

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M-OPT119.
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located in front of the cabin emergency exit and related annunciations. In particular, the passenger(s)
must wait crew authorization to deploy the table after the take-off and must stow the table on crew
request at the beginning of the approach or whenever the ordinance sign is lit and the ultra loud slow
beep tone sounds.

The crew must ensure that the console table located in front of the cabin emergency exit is stowed:
- From engines start until the end of the take-off procedure (slats-flaps handle in CLEAN position)
and,
- From the beginning of the approach until engines shutdown.

When the console table located in front of the cabin emergency exit is deployed and when the
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- In the cockpit:

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located in front of the cabin emergency exit and related annunciations. In particular, the passenger(s)
must wait crew authorization to deploy the table after the take-off and must stow the table on crew
request at the beginning of the approach or whenever the ordinance sign is lit and the ultra loud slow
beep tone sounds.

The crew must ensure that the console table located in front of the cabin emergency exit is stowed:
- From engines start until the end of the take-off procedure (slats-flaps handle in CLEAN position)
and,
- From the beginning of the approach until engines shutdown.

When the console table located in front of the cabin emergency exit is deployed and when the
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- In the cockpit:

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must wait crew authorization to deploy the table after the take-off and must stow the table on crew
request at the beginning of the approach or whenever the ordinance sign is lit and the ultra loud slow
beep tone sounds.

The crew must ensure that the console table located in front of the cabin emergency exit is stowed:
- From engines start until the end of the take-off procedure (slats-flaps handle in CLEAN position)
and,
- From the beginning of the approach until engines shutdown.

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must wait crew authorization to deploy the table after the take-off and must stow the table on crew
request at the beginning of the approach or whenever the ordinance sign is lit and the ultra loud slow
beep tone sounds.

The crew must ensure that the console table located in front of the cabin emergency exit is stowed:
- From engines start until the end of the take-off procedure (slats-flaps handle in CLEAN position)
and,
- From the beginning of the approach until engines shutdown.

When the console table located in front of the cabin emergency exit is deployed and when the
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the cabin:

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wait crew authorization to change their seat(s) position after take-off and must set their seat(s) in
take-off and landing position on crew request at the beginning of the approach or whenever the
ordinance sign is lit and the ultra loud slow beep tone sounds.
The crew must ensure that the seats located in front of the cabin emergency exit are in take-off and
landing position:
- From engines start until the end of the take-off procedure (slats-flaps handle in CLEAN position)
and,
- From the beginning of the approach until engines shutdown.

When at least one seat located in front of the cabin emergency exit is not in take-off and landing
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and the seats located in front of the cabin emergency exit and related annunciations. In particular, the
passenger(s) must wait crew authorization to deploy the table and change their seat(s) position after
take-off and must stow the table and set their seat(s) in take-off and landing position on crew request
at the beginning of the approach or whenever the ordinance sign is lit and the ultra loud slow beep
tone sounds.
The crew must ensure that the console table and the seats located in front of the cabin emergency
exit are in take-off and landing position:
- From engines start until the end of the take-off procedure (slats-flaps handle in CLEAN position)
and,
- From the beginning of the approach until engines shutdown.

When the console table or at least one seat located in front of the cabin emergency exit is not in
take-off and landing position and when the slats-flaps handle is not in CLEAN position, the following
annunciations are automatically activated in the cabin:
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