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F2000 Airplane Flight Manual

SUPPLEMENT 23F
A/C WITH FMS HONEYWELL FMZ2000 SOFTWARE NZ5.1 AND AVIONICS COLLINS 5.1 Table of contents

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SUPPLEMENT No 23F TO THE EASA APPROVED AIRPLANE FLIGHT MANUAL CONCERNING AIRPLANE EQUIPPED WITH FMS HONEYWELL FMZ 2000 SOFTWARE NZ5.1 AND AVIONICS COLLINS VERSION 5.1 AFTER INCORPORATION OF MODIFICATION M2001 OR SERVICE BULLETIN F2000-226

Serial No : Registration No : This supplement must be attached to the DTM537 Airplane Flight Manual approved by the DGAC on November 30, 1994, when the airplane incorporates modifications M2001 or SB F2000-226. The information contained in this supplement, supplements that of sections 1 thru 5 and annexes. The limitations, procedures and performance information which do not appear in this supplement remain these of sections 1 thru 5 and annexes. SECTIONS OF AIRPLANE FLIGHT MANUAL PARTS OF SUPPLEMENT
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Section 1 : LIMITATIONS..........................................................................................................Part 1 Section 2 : EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ....................................................................... No change Section 3 : ABNORMAL PROCEDURES .......................................................................... No change Section 4 : NORMAL PROCEDURES.......................................................................................Part 2 Section 5 : PERFORMANCE ............................................................................................ No change Annexes :......................................................................................................................... No change

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SUPPLEMENT 23F
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Revision and Date Original 18-sep-2001 Revision 1 12-jul-2010

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SUPPLEMENT 23F
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LIMITATIONS
GENERAL Each FMS computer software must be identified NZ5.1 on the CDU page NAV IDENT. The FMSs comply with AC 20-130A and in particular meet the accuracy criteria of AC 20-130A for en-route, terminal and approach areas provided the FMS is not in Dead Reckoning (DR in PFD) and is not in a degraded navigation mode (DEGRADE message in PFD and DGRAD lighting in CDU), and satisfy the accuracy criteria of AC 20-129. The minimum navigation performance required by NAT MNPS regulations (French arrt of November 5th, 1987 and FAR Part 91 Appendix C) are demonstrated provided that there are at least 2 FMSs and 2 IRSs in NAV mode operating on board or 2 GPS or 1 IRS in NAV mode operating on board and 1 GPS. Dual FMZ2000 software NZ5.1 with GPS equipment P/N HG2021GD02 system, as installed has been found to comply with the requirements for GPS primary means of navigation in oceanic and remote airspace as defined by FAA Order 8110.60 when used in conjunction with the P/N 169-613970-105 or later approved prediction program. The here-above statement is valid if there is no FMS and/or GPS related failure message/label on PFD and CDU. This does not constitute an operational approval. LIMITATIONS NZ2000 navigation must be periodically verified during the flight by comparison with the other means of navigation. FUEL, TIME and SMART PERF prediction information are provided for advisory purposes only and must not be used for flight planning. FMS must not be used for navigation above 75 North and below 75 South latitudes. APPROACH Use of the FMS during approach is forbidden: - Except for published RNAV procedures, a transcription of published VOR, VOR / DME, GPS overlay or NDB approach procedures. - If the navaids specified in the procedures are not available and displayed on the EFIS and actively monitored by the crew. - If the APPRCH annunciator in the CDU and the green APPR annunciation on the EFIS are not illuminated. - If one of the DGRAD or DR annunciator is illuminated. CAUTION For the approach procedures where the MAP (Missed Approach Point) is located after the runway threshold, after passing the FAF (Final Approach Fix), approach must be performed: - Either by deselecting VNAV and descending in Vertical Speed mode down to MDA (Minimum Descent Altitude). - Or by performing a vertical DIRECT TO towards the runway threshold, provided any published intermediate altitudes and/or the MDA (as applicable) are selected as level off altitudes on the ASEL. DTM537 EASA APPROVED

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VNAV - Do not engage VNAV on the ground. - Observing the minimum safe altitude and obstacle clearances remains a crew responsibility. - If ASEL is above the airplane, VNAV can be engaged just after take-off. GPS GPS is not approved as a primary means of navigation for continental en-route, approach and terminal operations. Use of the FMS during approach is forbidden for non precision GPS procedure (GPS Stand Alone Approaches). AVIONICS In FMS NAV to ILS mode, when entering the area of LOC source preselected, if the VNAV mode is not engaged, it is impossible to engage it.

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NORMAL PROCEDURES
GENERAL Check waypoints and altitude constraints using published charts (SID, STAR, APP, GA). Constantly check the trajectory compared to the published procedure by displaying on the EFIS the navaids provided for in the procedure. If remote/oceanic operations are based on GPS only, check FDE availability before flight. APPROACH - Engage LNAV mode, select approach procedure on CDU and activate. - Check APPRCH annunciator of the CDU is illuminated white and APPR is illuminated green on EFIS to inform the crew that the system is configured properly to conduct (non precision) approach, using FMS for navigation. - Monitor VNAV sequencing through CDU and PFD. VERTICAL NAVIGATION - In order to engage the VNAV mode, select the NAV SOURCE FMS on the coupled side. - Check altimeter setting on the coupled side (the FMS uses the altitude information given on the PFD on the coupled side). - Engage VNAV mode. - For approach, decrease the ASEL down to MDA. NOTE If FMS computed slopes are different (in dual mode), a vertical DIRECT TO must be performed to sync up FMS's. HOLDING PATTERN CAUTION The FMS does not always take into account the published maximum Holding Pattern speed. Only the protection area calculated in accordance with the FAA (7130-3) model is taken into account. When inserting a Hold Pattern in the Flight Plan, check holding speed limit to comply with the relevant speed limitations. - Adapt and stabilize the airplane speed 2 minutes prior the airplane overflies the fix for the first time. - Check that the FMS message HIGH HOLDING GRD SPD is out when passing the entry point.

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GO-AROUND - Activate the go-around procedure by depressing the GO AROUND pushbutton on the control column (the MISSED APPROACH procedure is then automatically set in the FMS). - If it is not the case, activate manually the MISSED APPROACH prompt on the CDU. - Reselect the NAV SOURCE FMS. - Select ASEL at the required altitude. - Engage LNAV and VNAV as needed. NOTE The MISSED APPROACH pushbutton of the CDU does not activate the go-around procedure. It is used to enter the missed approach procedure into the FMS. It has no action on the horizontal and vertical modes. The ASEL must be increased up to the go-around altitude.

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