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QUICK REFERENCE HANDBOOK

THIS PUBLICATION CANCELS AND SUPERSEDES THE


QRH–135/1569 DATED JUNE 25, 2002; REVISION 6
DATED MARCH 31, 2005.

QRH–135/1569-03
JULY 16, 2007
REVISION 5 – DECEMBER 23, 2009

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REVISION...................... 2 ................MAR 28, 2008
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NAP-11 .............................4 EAP1-3 .............................0
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EAP8-11 .......................... 0
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EAP3-2 .............................0
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EAP5-10 ..........................4
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EAP11-7 .......................... 0
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EAP6-2 .............................2
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EAP6-7 .............................2 EAP12-5 .......................... 0
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REVISION 5 C
APPLICABILITY

This handbook is applicable to the EMB-135BJ model.


NOTE: The EMB-135BJ model has the commercial designation of
EMB-135 LEGACY.
The procedures contained in this handbook have been
developed by the manufacturer for use during the
operation of the EMB-135 LEGACY. These procedures are
provided as guidance and should not be construed as
prohibiting the development of equivalent procedures.
The use of the on board checklist is based on the
assumption that both pilots have been properly trained
on the type of airplane and, therefore, have a thorough
knowledge of the airplane’s systems and procedures.
It further assumes that they know the consequences of
not performing the right actions at the right time.
In case of conflicting information between this handbook
and the AFM-135/1541, the AFM must prevail.
QRH-135/1569

ORIGINAL I
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

INTRODUCTION

The Emergency/Abnormal Procedures published in the


Quick Reference Handbook (QRH) are provided to pilots
as quick guide to minimize the consequences of
emergency and abnormal situations that might occur
during the airplane operation.
In case a discrepancy is found between the QRH and the
approved Airplane Flight Manual (AFM), the AFM shall
prevail.
Using the QRH requires proper training on the execution
of all operational, emergency and abnormal procedures
set forth in the AFM and a thorough knowledge of
airplane systems.
The procedures set forth herein also require situational
awareness for identification of emergency or abnormal
situations and pilot skills to guarantee safety. The
Emergency Evacuation procedure accomplishment may
be necessary in many situations and its need is at pilot’s
discretion.
It is EMBRAER recommendation that any unusual
situation encountered should be reported as quickly as
possible to Flight Operations and Maintenance
Personnel.
Three blocks of procedures are contained in this
manual:
− Smoke Procedures: address all annunciated and
non annunciated smoke related procedures.
− Non Annunciated Procedures: procedures that are
not related to an EICAS message but rather to a
condition present in the airplane. The Checklists are
arranged in alphabetical order with Emergency
Checklists (black label) first, followed by Abnormal
Checklists (gray label).
− Annunciated Procedures: procedures related to an
EICAS message. These procedures are grouped by
system and the system tabs are in alphabetical
order. Each title procedure is followed by the
corresponding EICAS message identification. The
message provided for each procedure represents
the root cause of the failure. The Checklists for each
System Tab are first arranged with the Procedures
that are related to Warning messages (red label)
followed by the Procedures related to Caution
messages (amber label) and then followed by the
Procedures related to Advisory messages (blue
label), therefore arranged in Procedure’s title
alphabetical order.

ORIGINAL EAP INTRO-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

The emergency evacuation procedure is repeated in the


last page of QRH, after Performance Data helping pilots
to quickly get to this procedure.
Some procedures can either be annunciated or non
annunciated. In this case, the procedures are presented
in the Annunciated block but are referenced in the Non
Annunciated index.
In each Annunciated System Tab Index, the related non
annunciated procedures are presented with a cross-
reference to the Non Annunciated Tab page. The Non
Annunciated procedures index is classified into
Emergency and Abnormal procedures, while both the
Annunciated procedures index and EICAS Messages
List are classified into Warning, Caution and Advisory.
Some EICAS messages do not have an associated QRH
procedure. In these cases, “Crew Awareness” identifies
the EICAS message as noted in the Index Table. If a
Crew Awareness message is displayed on the EICAS,
takeoff is prohibited, unless at least one of the following
conditions is met:
- The message is an expected result of an
intentional operation;
- Flight crew action is taken to clear the message;
- Maintenance personnel take action to clear the
message;
- The airplane is dispatched in accordance with
all approved company MEL provisions.
If one of the following Crew Awareness messages is
presented after gate departure, the flight may continue
only to the intended destination without further action:
- AHRS BASIC MODE,
- DU 1 (2, 3, 4) FAN FAIL,
- E1 (2) OIL IMP BYP,
- ENG A/ICEOVERPRES,
- IC 1 (2) FAN FAIL or
- GEN 1 (2, 3, 4) BRG FAIL.
Some procedures include a characterization below the
title if a relevant emergency/abnormal condition is
present. Aural warnings, lights, EICAS indications, flight
instrument flags or airplane condition can, itself or
associated among themselves, characterize an
emergency/abnormal situation.
The actions inside bold rectangular borderlines are
recall items. They must be performed expeditiously, by
memory.

EAP INTRO-2 REVISION 1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

Flying the airplane is always the priority in any


emergency/abnormal situation. Checklists should be
called after the flight path is under control, critical
phases of flight (such as takeoff and landing) have
ended and all recall items have been accomplished.
Some emergency and abnormal situations require
landing at the nearest suitable airport. This statement
will be listed at the beginning of a task checklist to give
the crew proper time to plan the landing. Also, as an aid
for planning the diversion airport, the landing distance
correction factor will be presented together with the
“Land at nearest suitable airport” statement.
Throughout this manual, a text followed by “()” means
that either condition applies. A text followed by “-”
means that both conditions apply simultaneously.
Some procedures require cabin depressurization. This
will require either dumping the cabin air or the using
manual control to accomplish this task. In this situation,
manual control depressurization is the recommended
method to be used for passenger comfort and should be
done by setting the pressurization mode selector to
MAN position and smoothly setting the controller to
FULL UP position. When a specific method for cabin
depressurization is required, the procedure will clearly
state it.
The procedures contained herein assume that:
− Airplane systems were operating normally prior to
the failure.
− All emergency/abnormal actions are performed in
the order they are listed in the procedure.
− Normal procedures have been properly performed.
− Aural warnings are silenced as necessary. Master
Warning/Caution lights are reset as soon as the
failure is recognized.
− All procedures are self-contained. All other
messages that may be generated by a single
failure do not require that the procedures
associated to those messages are accomplished in
addition to the procedure addressing the root
cause.
− Circuit breakers must not be pushed in if they pop
up.
All assigned tasks in the procedures have the indication
END at the completion of each assigned task. No task is
over until ………
END has been reached.

ORIGINAL EAP INTRO-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

Upon completion of the checklist the reading pilot


should state: “(Procedure Title) Checklist Complete”.

In the event of multiple failures (excluding cascade


failures) with different landing configuration and/or
landing distance correction factors, the crew should use
good judgment to determine the safest action.
According to the QRH philosophy, Rejected Takeoff (at
or below V1) procedure is not considered in this manual.
Indeed, should the flight crew decide to reject the
takeoff; they will do it by memory, not by referring to the
QRH. Consequently, Rejected Takeoff (at or below V1)
procedure is a matter of flight crew training and is
considered within the Standard Operating Procedures
Manual, which contains the complete guidance to
accomplish it.

EAP INTRO-4 REVISION 5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke
TABLE OF CONTENTS

BAGGAGE SMOKE................... S-3


LAVATORY SMOKE.................. S-3
AIR CONDITIONING SMOKE.... S-4
CABIN FIRE OR SMOKE .......... S-5
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
FIRE OR SMOKE....................... S-6
SMOKE EVACUATION.............. S-11

ORIGINAL S-1
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke
LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES

BAGG SMOKE ...........................S-3


LAV SMOKE...............................S-3

S-2 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke

BAGGAGE SMOKE
EICAS Warning: BAGG SMOKE
EICAS Caution BAGG
ACCESS OPN......NOT DISPLAYED
Fire Extg Bagg Button
(if installed) .........PUSH IN
LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE
AIRPORT.
Altitude .............................. MAINTAIN
Delay the descent as long as possible.
NOTE: Advise Ground Crew of possible
Halon vapors approximately
75 minutes after discharging fire
extinguishing bottle.
END

LAVATORY SMOKE
EICAS Warning: LAV SMOKE (may
be presented).
Lavatory Flush and
Lavatory Light
CB's (Located in Line E) ........ PULL
CABIN FIRE OR SMOKE
Procedure (S-5)......... AS REQUIRED

END

REVISION 4 S-3
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke

AIR CONDITIONING SMOKE


Condition: Smoke or odor inside the
cabin and/or cockpit.
Crew Oxygen Masks ....DON, 100%
Smoke Goggles ............DON
Recirculation Fan .........PUSH OUT
Crew Communication ..ESTABLISH
LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE
AIRPORT.
XBleed ...........................OPEN
Suspected Bleed(s)......PUSH OUT
Altitude..........................MAX 25’000 FT
MIN MEA
No
SMOKE PERSISTS?
Yes
Suspected Pack .......... PUSH OUT
Suspected Bleed ......... PUSH IN
No
SMOKE PERSISTS?
Yes
Suspected Pack .......... PUSH IN
Opposite Bleed............ PUSH OUT
No
SMOKE PERSISTS?
Yes
Opposite Bleed............ PUSH IN
Opposite Pack ............. PUSH OUT

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S-4 REVISION 4
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

No
ICING CONDITIONS?
Yes
Altitude ........................ MEA OR
15’000 FT,
WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER
If it is not possible to descend below
15’000 ft, anti-ice system failure
messages may be presented. In this
case, exit icing conditions.

SMOKE EVACUATION
Procedure (S-11) ........AS REQUIRED

END

REVISION 4 S-4A
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

S-4B REVISION 4
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke

CABIN FIRE OR SMOKE


Condition: Smoke or odor inside the
cabin and/or cockpit.
Crew Oxygen Masks......DON, 100%
Smoke Goggles
or PBE..........................DON
Recirculation Fan...........PUSH OUT
Crew Communication....ESTABLISH
LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE
AIRPORT.
TROUBLESHOOTING No
CONSIDERED?

Yes
AIR CONDITIONING SMOKE (S-4)
and/or ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
FIRE OR SMOKE (S-6)
Procedures................ AS REQUIRED
END

SMOKE EVACUATION
Procedure (S-11)....... AS REQUIRED
END

ORIGINAL S-5
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FIRE OR


SMOKE
Condition: Smoke confirmed from
electrical source.
Crew Oxygen Masks ..... DON, 100%
Smoke Goggles ............. DON
Crew Communication ... ESTABLISH
Recirculation Fan .......... PUSH OUT
LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE
AIRPORT.
No
SMOKE ORIGIN IDENTIFIED?
Yes
Electrical Power to
Affected Equipment ..OFF
SMOKE EVACUATION
Procedure (S-11) ........ AS REQUIRED
END

Shed Buses...................OFF
No
SMOKE DISSIPATES?
Yes
Relevant Inoperative Items:
TAXI AND NOSE LANDING LIGHTS
FLASHLIGHT RECHARGE SYSTEM
SELCAL SYSTEM WINDSHIELD HEATING 2
SMOKE EVACUATION
Procedure (S-11) ...... AS REQUIRED
END

Bus Ties ...................... OFF


APU Generator ........... PUSH OUT
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S-6 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE
Battery 2 ..................... OFF
Central Bus deenergized.
No
SMOKE DISSIPATES?
Yes
Relevant Inoperative Items:
TAXI AND NOSE LANDING LIGHTS
FLASHLIGHT RECHARGE SYSTEM
SELCAL SYSTEM WINDSHIELD HEATING 2
SMOKE EVACUATION
Procedure (S-11) ..... AS REQUIRED
END

Fuel Pumps ................ 1B AND


2A OR 2C
Battery 2 ..................... AUTO
Battery 1 ..................... OFF
Generators 1 and 3 .... PUSH OUT
DC Bus 1 and Essential Bus 1
deenergized.
No
SMOKE DISSIPATES?
Yes
Icing Conditions......... EXIT/AVOID
Altitude ....................... MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
At pilot’s discretion, on
Reversionary Panel:
SG1........................... PUSH IN
MFD 1 control is possible through MFD 2
Bezel.
Brake effectiveness will be reduced.
Monitor fuel quantity indication 1
through RMU 2.
CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

ORIGINAL S-7
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


COM 2 on Digital
Audio Panel 1........PUSH IN
Relevant Inoperative Items:
Autopilot Audio System 1 GPWS
FMS 1 Transponder 1 RA 1
DME 1 Main Pitch Trim TCAS
Pack 1 Speed Brake RMU 1
ADF/VHF/VOR/ILS/MB 1
Landing Gear Control (Down Override)
W/S 1 Heating and Wiper
Do not set Thrust Lever 1 below idle in
flight.
Anticipate flap actuation.
Do not actuate Thrust Reverser 1.
Landing configuration:
Flaps........................22°
VREF ..........................VREF 45° + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY BY 1.42 THE
FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE.
SMOKE EVACUATION
Procedure (S-11) .....AS REQUIRED
END

Generators 1 and 3....PUSH IN


Battery 1.....................AUTO
Fuel Pumps................1A OR 1C AND
2B
Battery 2.....................OFF
Generators 2 and 4....PUSH OUT
DC Bus 2 and Essential Bus 2
deenergized.
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S-8 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


No
SMOKE DISSIPATES?
Yes
Icing Conditions......... EXIT/AVOID
Altitude ....................... MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
Airspeed ..................... MAX 250 KIAS
At pilot’s discretion, on
Reversionary Panel:
SG 2 ......................... PUSH IN
MFD 2 control is possible through MFD 1
Bezel.
Monitor fuel quantity indication 2
through RMU 1.
COM 1 on Digital
Audio Panel 2.......... PUSH IN
Relevant Inoperative Items:
Transponder 2 Stick Pusher
Audio System 2 RMU 2
ISIS/Standby Altimeter FMS 2
Standby Attitude Indicator Pack 2
W/S 2 Heating and Wiper Steering
Landing Gear Control Landing lights
ADF 2/VOR 2/DME 2/VHF 2/ ILS 2/MB 2
Do not set Thrust Lever 2 below idle
in flight.
Do not actuate Thrust Reverser 2.
Brake effectiveness will be reduced.
When necessary to extend landing
gear:
Gear Electrical
Override................ DOORS
............................. WAIT 3 SECS
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ORIGINAL S-9
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


Gear Electrical
Override ................ GEAR/DOORS
Anticipate flap actuation.
Landing configuration:
Flaps......................... 22°
VREF ........................... VREF 45° + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY BY 1.42 THE
FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE.
SMOKE EVACUATION
Procedure (S-11) ...... AS REQUIRED
END

Generators 2 and 4..... PUSH IN


Battery 2...................... AUTO
APU Generator ........... PUSH IN
Bus Ties ...................... AUTO
Shed Buses................. AUTO
Backup Battery........... PUSH OUT
SMOKE EVACUATION
Procedure (S-11) ...... AS REQUIRED
END

S-10 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke

SMOKE EVACUATION
Condition: Smoke or odor inside the
cabin and/or cockpit
requiring removal.
Cockpit Door .............. CLOSE
Recirculation Fan....... PUSH OUT
Gasper Fan ................. PUSH OUT
Pressurization
Manual Controller ... 1 O'CLOCK
POSITION

............................... WAIT 15 SECS


Pressurization Mode
Selector ................... PUSH IN (MAN)
Passenger Oxygen .... AS REQUIRED

DESIRED Fast
EVACUATION RATE?
Normal
Pressurization Manual
Controller ................ AS REQUIRED
Turn the controller clockwise towards UP to
adjust desired evacuation rate.
END

Pressurization Manual
Controller ................ UP
Packs 1 and 2 ............. PUSH OUT

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ORIGINAL S-11
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Smoke

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


Bleeds (at least one) ....PUSH IN
Altitude..........................10’000 FT OR
MEA,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Recover cabin pressure as soon as
smoke has been cleared.
EMERGENCY DESCENT
Procedure (NAP-6) ....AS REQUIRED
END

S-12 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

TABLE OF CONTENTS

AIR CONDITIONING SMOKE ............................refer to S-4


AILERON RUNAWAY................................................NAP-3
AIRPLANE OVERSPEED..........................................NAP-4
APU OVERTEMPERATURE .....................................NAP-4
CABIN FIRE OR SMOKE ...................................refer to S-5
DITCHING .................................................................NAP-5
DUAL ENGINE FAILURE ...........................refer to EAP 6-3
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FIRE
OR SMOKE....................................................refer to S-6
EMERGENCY DESCENT..........................................NAP-6
EMERGENCY EVACUATION ...................................NAP-7
ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE DAMAGE OR
SEPARATION ........................................refer to EAP 6-6
ENGINE OIL LOW PRESSURE .................refer to EAP 6-7
FORCED LANDING...................................................NAP-8
INADVERTENT SPOILER OPEN................refer to EAP 8-7
JAMMED AILERON ...................................................NAP-10
JAMMED ELEVATOR ...............................................NAP-10
JAMMED RUDDER ...................................................NAP-11
PITCH TRIM INOPERATIVE .......................refer to EAP 8-3
PITCH TRIM RUNAWAY ...........................................NAP-13
RAPID CABIN DEPRESSURIZATION ......................NAP-14
ROLL TRIM RUNAWAY ............................................NAP-3
SMOKE EVACUATION ......................................refer to S-11
ABNORMAL ENGINE START ...................................NAP-15
ABNORMAL LANDING GEAR EXTENSION.............NAP-16
AILERON ARTIFICIAL FEEL INOPERATIVE............NAP-17
ASYMMETRIC RUDDER OPERATION ....................NAP-17
CABIN DEPRESSURIZATION ...................refer to EAP 1-12
CAS MESSAGE MISCOMPARISON.........................NAP-17
DISPLAY FAILURE .....................................refer to EAP 2-6
CDU DATA BUS FAIL FMS ANNUNCIATION...........NAP-18
EMERGENCY/PARKING BRAKE
HANDLE DISAGREE ............................................NAP-18
ENGINE ABNORMAL VIBRATION............................NAP-18
ENGINE AIRSTART ..................................................NAP-19
ENGINE CONTROL FAILURE ....................refer to EAP 6-9
ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN...............................NAP-23
ENGINE OIL HIGH PRESSURE ...............................NAP-24

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REVISION 5 NAP-1
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

ENGINE OIL HIGH TEMPERATURE ..................... NAP-24


ENGINE OIL LOW LEVEL ...................................... NAP-24
ENGINE OIL LOW PRESSURE ............................. NAP-25
ENGINE OVERTEMPERATURE............................ NAP-25
ENGINE TAILPIPE FIRE ........................................ NAP-26
ERRONEOUS STALL
PROTECTION ACTUATION .............................. NAP-26A
GEAR LEVER CANNOT MOVE
UP AFTER TAKEOFF ........................................ NAP-27
GUST LOCK FAILURE ........................................... NAP-27
IC BUS FAILURE........................................refer to EAP 2-8
IC FAILURE ................................................refer to EAP 2-8
IMPAIRED OR CRACKED WINDSHIELD .............. NAP-28
IRS/MSU FAILURE ANNUNCIATION .................... NAP-29
LOSS OF ENGINE INDICATIONS ......................... NAP-30
LOSS OF PRESSURIZATION INDICATION .......... NAP-31
MAIN DOOR BLOCKED ......................................... NAP-33
NAV/FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS FAILURE................ NAP-33
ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE
APPROACH AND LANDING.............................. NAP-35
OVERWEIGHT LANDING ...................................... NAP-36
OXYGEN LEAKAGE............................................... NAP-37
PARTIAL OR GEAR UP LANDING ........................ NAP-38
PRESSURIZATION AUTOMATIC
SYSTEM FAILURE ................................refer to EAP 1-12
RADIO ALTIMETER FAIL...........................refer to EAP 2-14
RUDDER ARTIFICIAL FEEL INOPERATIVE ......... NAP-39
RUDDER RUNAWAY ............................................. NAP-40
SINGLE ENGINE BLEED OPERATION
IN ICING CONDITIONS ..................................... NAP-41
STEERING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE.........refer to EAP 12-9
STIFFENED ELEVATOR........................................ NAP-41
STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ....................................... NAP-42
SUSPECTED FUEL LEAK...................................... NAP-42
UNCOMMANDED AILERON DISCONNECTION... NAP-43
UNCOMMANDED
ELEVATOR DISCONNECTION ......................... NAP-43
UNCOMMANDED SWERVING
ON GROUND .........................................refer to EAP 12-9
UNRELIABLE AIRPEED......................................... NAP-44
YAW TRIM RUNAWAY........................................... NAP-40

NAP-2 REVISION 5
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

AILERON RUNAWAY/
ROLL TRIM RUNAWAY
Condition: Sudden roll.

Control roll attitude manually with control wheels and


rudder.
Quick Disconnect Button....................... PRESS AND HOLD
Aileron Shutoff Sys 1 and 2................... PUSH OUT
Roll Trim CB (F22) .................................. PULL
Quick Disconnect Button....................... RELEASE
Airspeed .................................................. MAX 250 KIAS
Roll Trim Position ................................... CHECK
No
ROLL TRIM IN NEUTRAL POSITION?

Yes
Roll Trim CB (F22) .................................. PUSH
Prepare to overcome uncommanded roll.
Aileron Shutoff Sys 1 ............................. PUSH IN
No
RUNAWAY PERSISTS?

Yes
Aileron Shutoff Sys 1 ............................. PUSH OUT
Prepare to overcome uncommanded roll.
Aileron Shutoff Sys 2 ............................. PUSH IN
No
RUNAWAY STILL PERSISTS?

Yes
Aileron Shutoff Sys 2 ............................. PUSH OUT
Expect greater aileron control force. If required both pilots
should act together to control the airplane.
Avoid airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.
Perform a long final approach.
Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ..................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................... 22°
VREF ...................................................... VREF45 + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.45.

END

Aileron Shutoff Sys 1 and 2................... PUSH IN


Roll trim is inoperative. Use aileron and rudder to control the
airplane.
END

REVISION 4 NAP-3
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

AIRPLANE OVERSPEED
Aural Warning: Voice Message HIGH SPEED.
INDICATION: Airspeed and Mach indications in red range.
Airspeed...................................................MAX VMO/MMO

END

APU OVERTEMPERATURE
EICAS Indication: EGT enter amber or red range.
EICAS Caution: APU FAIL may be presented.

APU Bleed ...............................................PUSH OUT

.............................................................WAIT 10 SECONDS
No
EGT REMAINS HIGH?

Yes

APU Fuel Shutoff Valve ..........................PUSH IN


APU Master Knob....................................OFF
CAUTION: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RESTART APU.

END

Consider the APU shutdown if it is not necessary.

END

NAP-4 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

DITCHING
ATC...........................................................NOTIFY
Transponder ............................................7700
ELT ...........................................................ON
Emerg Lts ................................................ON
FSTN Belts...............................................ON
Cabin Crew (if applicable) ......................NOTIFY
Passengers (and Crew) ..........................PREPARE FOR
DITCHING
Below 10’000 ft:
Pressurization Dump Button ............PUSH IN (ON)
EGPWS CB (D2 or J8)........................PULL
Aural Warn CB’s (B4 and E30)..........PULL
At 1’000 ft:
Packs 1 and 2 .....................................PUSH OUT
Engine Bleeds 1 and 2.......................PUSH OUT
Plan ditching parallel to the line of the wave crests. On final,
o
level the wings and avoid skidding. Touchdown with 4
nose up attitude, and rate of descent less than 180 ft/min.
Use only overwing emergency exits for passenger
evacuation. Do not open remaining doors.
Ditching configuration:
No
ICING CONDITIONS?
END
Yes
Landing Gear...........................................UP
Flaps.........................................................22°
If it is not possible to achieve the selected flap position,
maintain airspeed according to the following:

FLAPS POSITION MIN AIRSPEED


0 to 8° VREF45 + 30 KIAS
9° to 21° VREF45 + 10 KIAS
22° VREF45 + 5 KIAS
Upon water contact:
Thrust Levers 1 and 2........................IDLE
Start/Stop Selectors 1 and 2 .............STOP
APU .....................................................SHUTDOWN
Fire Extinguishing Handles ..............PULL
APU Fuel Shutoff ...............................PUSH IN
Engine and APU Fire Extinguishing
Bottles (if necessary) ...................DISCHARGE
Fuel Pumps Pwr.................................OFF
Hydraulic Elec Pumps .......................OFF
Evacuation..........................................INITIATE
Before leaving the airplane:
Batteries 1 and 2 ................................OFF
END

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ORIGINAL NAP-5
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

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Landing Gear ..................................... UP
Flaps ................................................... 45°
If it is not possible to achieve the selected flap position,
maintain airspeed according to the following:

FLAPS POSITION MINIMUM AIRSPEED


0 to 8° VREF45 + 30 KIAS
9° to 21° VREF45 + 10 KIAS
22° to 44° VREF45 + 5 KIAS
45° VREF45
Upon water contact:
Thrust Levers 1 and 2 ....................... IDLE
Start/Stop Selectors 1 and 2 ............ STOP
APU..................................................... SHUTDOWN
Fire Extinguishing Handles.............. PULL
APU Fuel Shutoff............................... PUSH IN
Engine and APU Fire Extinguishing
Bottles (if necessary)................... DISCHARGE
Fuel Pumps Pwr ................................ OFF
Hydraulic Elec Pumps ...................... OFF
Evacuation ......................................... INITIATE
Before leaving the airplane:
Batteries 1 and 2 ............................... OFF
END

EMERGENCY DESCENT
Cabin Crew .......................................... NOTIFY
FSTN Belts ........................................... ON
Thrust Levers ...................................... IDLE
Speed Brakes ...................................... OPEN
Airspeed............................................... MAX 250 KIAS
Landing Gear ....................................... DOWN
Speed Brakes ...................................... CHECK OPEN
Landing Gear ....................................... CHECK DOWN
Descent ................................................ INITIATE
Altitude................................................. MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER

CAUTION: IF STRUCTURAL DAMAGE IS SUSPECTED, USE


THE FLIGHT CONTROLS WITH CAUTION
AVOIDING HIGH MANEUVERING LOADS AND
REDUCING AIRSPEED AS APPROPRIATE.

END

NAP-6 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

EMERGENCY EVACUATION
Parking Brake ...................................... APPLY
Cabin..................................................... DEPRESSURIZE
Fire Extinguishing Handles ................ PULL
APU Fuel Shutoff Valve ...................... PUSH IN
Fuel Pumps Pwr 1 and 2 ..................... OFF
Hydraulic Elec Pumps 1 and 2 .......... OFF
Engines and APU Fire Extinguishing
Bottles (if necessary) ................... DISCHARGE
Cabin Crew........................................... NOTIFY
Emerg Lts ............................................. ON
Evacuation ........................................... INITIATE

ATC........................................................ NOTIFY
Before leaving the airplane:
Batteries 1 and 2 ............................. OFF
END

REVISION 4 NAP-7
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

FORCED LANDING
ATC...........................................................NOTIFY
Transponder ............................................7700
ELT ...........................................................ON
Emerg Lts.................................................ON
FSTN Belts ...............................................ON
Cabin Crew (if applicable) ......................NOTIFY
Passengers (and Crew) ..........................PREPARE FOR
FORCED LANDING
Below 10’000 ft:
Pressurization Dump Button ............PUSH IN (ON)
EGPWS CB (D2 or J8)........................PULL
Aural Warn CB’s (B4 and E30)..........PULL
When committed to land:
No
ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes
Landing Gear ...........................................AS REQUIRED
The decision to land with all gear up or with any gear
extended is left to pilots. The choice of configuration is based
on the number of gear available, airplane load distribution,
controllability and conditions of the landing field. Ground
spoilers and thrust reversers will not operate if any main gear
is up.
Flaps.........................................................22°
If it is not possible to achieve the selected flap position,
maintain airspeed according to the following:
FLAPS POSITION MIN AIRSPEED
0 to 8° VREF45 + 30 KIAS
9° to 21° VREF45 + 10 KIAS
22° VREF45 + 5 KIAS
Just before touchdown:
Fire Extinguishing Handles ..............PULL
APU Fuel Shutoff Valve.....................PUSH IN
Batteries 1 and 2 ................................OFF
When the airplane stops:
Fire Extinguishing Handles ..............PULL
Engines and APU Fire Extinguishing
Bottles (if necessary) ...................DISCHARGE
Fuel Pumps Pwr 1 and 2 ...................OFF
Hydraulic Elec Pumps 1 and 2 .........OFF
Evacuation..........................................INITIATE
END

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NAP-8 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

Landing Gear........................................... AS REQUIRED


The decision to land with all gear up or with any gear
extended is left to pilots. The choice of configuration is based
on the number of gear available, airplane load distribution,
controllability and conditions of the landing field. Ground
spoilers and thrust reversers will not operate if any main gear
is up.
Flaps ........................................................ 45°
If it is not possible to achieve the selected flap position,
maintain airspeed according to the following:
FLAPS POSITION MIN AIRSPEED
0 to 8° VREF45 + 30 KIAS
9° to 21° VREF45 + 10 KIAS
22° to 44° VREF45 + 5 KIAS
45° VREF45
Just before touchdown:
Fire Extinguishing Handles .............. PULL
APU Fuel Shutoff Valve .................... PUSH IN
Batteries 1 and 2................................ OFF
When the airplane stops:
Engines and APU Fire Extinguishing
Bottles (if necessary) ................... DISCHARGE
Fuel Pumps Pwr 1 and 2 ................... OFF
Hydraulic Elec Pumps 1 and 2 ........ OFF
Evacuation ......................................... INITIATE

END

ORIGINAL NAP-9
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

JAMMED AILERON
Condition: Both control wheels can not be moved to
either side.

Aileron Disconnection Handle .............PRESS AND PULL

Autopilot ..................................................DISENGAGE
Airspeed...................................................MAX 200 KIAS
If the right control wheel is jammed, roll trim and artificial
feel are not available.
Maintain bank angle below 20°.
If both ailerons are jammed, use rudder to control the
airplane.
Avoid abrupt and large aileron inputs.
Avoid airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.
No
ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes
Landing configuration:
Landing Gear......................................DOWN
Flaps....................................................22°
VREF ......................................................VREF45 + 15 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.55.
END

Landing configuration:
Landing Gear......................................DOWN
Flaps....................................................45°
VREF ......................................................VREF45 + 5 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.13.
END

JAMMED ELEVATOR
Condition: Both control columns can not be moved
either forward or backward.
EICAS Warning: SPS 1-2 INOP may be presented.
EICAS Caution: STICK PUSHER FAIL may be presented.
Elevator Disconnection Handle ...........PRESS AND PULL

Autopilot ..................................................DISENGAGE
Airspeed...................................................MAX 200 KIAS
If left elevator is jammed, Stick Pusher will not be available.
Avoid airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.
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NAP-10 REVISION 3
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

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Pitch Trim ................................................ AS REQUIRED
Elevator authority to flare during landing may be reduced.
If both elevators are jammed, pitch trim may be used to land
the airplane.
Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ..................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................... 22°
VREF ...................................................... VREF45 + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.45.
END

JAMMED RUDDER
Condition: Pedals can not be moved.
Command rudder through yaw trim.
If required, use asymmetric thrust to control the airplane.
Rudder Shutoff Sys 2 ............................. PUSH OUT
RUDDER FREE? No

Yes
END

Rudder Shutoff Sys 2 ............................. PUSH IN


Rudder Shutoff Sys 1 ............................. PUSH OUT
No
RUDDER FREE?

Yes
END

Airspeed .................................................. MAX 200 KIAS


Avoid airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.
Do not reduce engine thrust during flare.
No
ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes
Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ..................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................... 22°
VREF ...................................................... VREF45 + 15 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.85.

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REVISION 4 NAP-11
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


During final approach and landing run:
Pilot not flying:
Steering Disengage Button .........PRESS AND HOLD
Steering Handle.......................................AS REQUIRED
Use Steering Handle still keeping the Steering Disengage
Button pressed.
After the touchdown:
Thrust Levers .....................................IDLE
If necessary, use differential braking to steer the
airplane.
END

Landing configuration:
Landing Gear......................................DOWN
Flaps....................................................45°
VREF ......................................................VREF45 + 5 KIAS

CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED


LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.42.

During final approach and landing run:


Pilot not flying:
Steering Disengage Button .........PRESS AND HOLD
Steering Handle.......................................AS REQUIRED
Use Steering Handle still keeping the Steering Disengage
Button pressed.
After the touchdown:
Thrust Levers .....................................IDLE
If necessary, use differential braking to steer the
airplane.
END

NAP-12 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

PITCH TRIM RUNAWAY


Condition: Uncommanded pitch and trim indication
changes.

EICAS Warning: AUTOPILOT FAIL may be presented.

EICAS Caution: AUTO TRIM FAIL may be presented.

Quick Disconnect Button .....................PRESS AND


HOLD
NOTE: Do not change flap setting.
At safe altitude:
Pitch Trim Main Sys Cutout ..............PUSH OUT
Pitch Trim Backup Sys Cutout .........PUSH OUT
Quick Disconnect Button..................RELEASE
WARNING: DO NOT OPEN SPEED BRAKE.

Prepare to overcome unwanted pitch change.


Pitch Trim Backup Sys Cutout ..............PUSH IN
No
RUNAWAY PERSISTS?
END
Yes

Pitch Trim Backup Sys Cutout ..............PUSH OUT


Prepare to overcome unwanted pitch change.
Pitch Trim Main Sys Cutout ...................PUSH IN
No
RUNAWAY STILL PERSISTS?

Yes

Pitch Trim Main Sys Cutout ...................PUSH OUT


PITCH TRIM INOPERATIVE
Procedure (EAP 8-3) ..........................ACCOMPLISH
END

Autopilot can be used.


END

Autopilot ..................................................DISENGAGE
END

ORIGINAL NAP-13
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

RAPID CABIN DEPRESSURIZATION


Aural Warning: Voice Message CABIN
EICAS Indication: CAB ALT Value in red
Condition: Cabin altitude has exceeded 10’000 ft.

Crew Oxygen Masks .............................. DON


Crew Communication ............................ ESTABLISH
EICAS Pressurization Indication .......... CHECK
Passenger Oxygen ................................. AS REQUIRED
If Emergency Descent is necessary:
FSTN Belts ......................................... ON
Cabin Crew ........................................ NOTIFY
Thrust Levers .................................... IDLE
Speed Brakes .................................... OPEN
Airspeed ............................................. MAX 250 KIAS
Landing Gear ..................................... DOWN
Descent .............................................. INITIATE
Altitude ............................................... MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER
CAUTION: IF STRUCTURAL DAMAGE IS SUSPECTED,
USE THE FLIGHT CONTROLS WITH
CAUTION AVOIDING HIGH MANEUVERING
LOADS AND REDUCING AIRSPEED AS
APPROPRIATE.
Altitude ............................................... MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER
APU Parameters ................................ CHECK
No
APU ABNORMAL INDICATION PRESENTS?
END
Yes
APU..................................................... OFF
END

END

NAP-14 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

ABNORMAL ENGINE START


Condition: Any abnormal engine indication during
engine start.

To abort start:
Associated Thrust Lever...................IDLE
Associated Start/Stop Selector ........STOP

No
FIRE OCCURS OR ENGINE STILL RUNNING?

Yes
Fire Extinguishing Handle .....................PULL
ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23)...........................ACCOMPLISH
END

No
ANOTHER START CONSIDERED?

Yes
FADEC in Command...............................CHECK
FADEC Control Knob..............................ALTN
No
FADEC ALTERNATES?

Yes

Ignition .....................................................OFF
Associated Start/Stop Selector .............START, THEN RUN
.............................................................WAIT 10 SECONDS
N2 Indication ...........................................CHECK
No
N2 INDICATES ROTATION?
Yes

.............................................................WAIT 30 SECONDS
Associated Start/Stop Selector .............STOP
Ignition Selector......................................AUTO
Engine ......................................................START
END

Do not attempt another start.


ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23)...........................ACCOMPLISH

END

REVISION 2 NAP-15
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

ABNORMAL LANDING GEAR EXTENSION


Condition: Landing gear has not extended by normal
means.
Free Fall
WHICH EXTENSION CONSIDERED?
Electrical Override

NOTE: Hydraulic System 1 must be operative.

Airspeed .................................................. MAX 250 KIAS


Landing Gear Lever ............................... DOWN
Gear Electrical Override ........................ DOORS

............................................................. WAIT 3 SECONDS


Gear Electrical Override ........................ GEAR/DOORS
Landing Gear Indication ........................ CHECK
No
THREE LEGS DOWN?
Yes

END

Airspeed .................................................. MAX 200 KIAS


Landing Gear Lever ............................... UP
Gear Electrical Override ........................ NORMAL

............................................................. WAIT 10 SECONDS


Free Fall Lever ........................................ ACTUATE
Landing Gear Lever ............................... DOWN
Landing Gear Indication ........................ CHECK
No
ANY LEG STILL UP?
Yes
Free Fall Lever ........................................ CYCLE
Cycle the free fall lever as necessary, limited to 10 times,
leaving it at the latched position for 20 seconds between
each cycle.
ANY LEG STILL UP? No

Yes
PARTIAL OR GEAR UP LANDING
Procedure (NAP-38) .......................... ACCOMPLISH

END
QRH-135/1569

NAP-16 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

AILERON ARTIFICIAL FEEL INOPERATIVE


Condition: Control Wheel excessively light and
oversensitive.

Airspeed. ................................................. MAX 200 KIAS


Do not make abrupt and large aileron inputs.
END

ASYMMETRIC RUDDER OPERATION


Condition: Rudder pedals heavier to be moved to
one side than the other.

Rudder Shutoff Sys 2 ............................. PUSH OUT


No
FAILURE PERSISTS?

Yes
Rudder Shutoff Sys 2 ............................. PUSH IN
END

END

CAS MESSAGE MISCOMPARISON


PFD Indication: CAS MSG in amber.

Reversionary Panel:
MFD 1 Knob........................................ EICAS
MFD 2 Knob........................................ EICAS
Pilot’s/Copilot’s EICAS messages ........ COMPARE
Discrepant message............................... CHECK
Analyze the situation to check whether the discrepant
message is spurious or not, and take the appropriate
corrective action.

END

ORIGINAL NAP-17
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

CDU DATA BUS FAIL FMS


ANNUNCIATION
Condition: Affected FMS is not updating CDU.
CDU DATA BUS FAIL message presented
on FMS.
Affected FMS .................................... OFF, then ON
Power down the FMS using the ON-OFF DIM key.
DO NOT use the circuit breaker to cycle power to the
FMS.
No
CDU DATA BUS FAIL MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes

Affected FMS .................................... OFF

END

EMERGENCY/PARKING BRAKE HANDLE


DISAGREE
Light: BRAKE ON with Emergency/Parking Brake
Handle not actuated for more than 10
seconds.
Do not takeoff.

END

ENGINE ABNORMAL VIBRATION


EICAS Indication: Engine vibration enters amber range.

Associated Thrust Lever ........................REDUCE TO KEEP


VIBRATION WITHIN
LIMITS
No
VIBRATION WHITIN GREEN LIMITS?
Yes
Monitor engine vibration.

END

Affected ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN


Procedure (NAP-23)...........................ACCOMPLISH

END

NAP-18 REVISION 4
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

ENGINE AIRSTART
Inoperative engine:
Fuel Pump Selector ...........................A or B
Fuel Pump Pwr...................................ON
Ignition ................................................AUTO
Start/Stop Selector ............................STOP
Engine Bleed ......................................PUSH OUT
Thrust Lever .......................................IDLE
Engine Airstart Envelope .......................CHECK

ENGINE AIRSTART ENVELOPE


AE 3007A ENGINES
30000

25000

20000
ALTITUDE - ft

15000
ASSISTED
START

10000

ASSISTED
5000 AND
WINDMILLING
START
145JAA057A - 16MAY2006

0
50 100 150 200 250 300 350

INDICATED AIRSPEED - KIAS

NOTE: Shaded area may be below 1.23 VSR.

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QRH-135/1569

ORIGINAL NAP-19
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


Windmilling
START PROCEDURE CONSIDERED?
APU Assisted Crossbleed Assisted

CAUTION: ANTI-ICING SYSTEM WILL BE INOPERATIVE


TEMPORARILY.
APU.......................................................... START
APU Bleed ............................................... PUSH IN
XBleed ..................................................... AUTO OR OPEN
Operative engine:
Engine Bleed ..................................... PUSH OUT

Inoperative engine:
Start/Stop Selector............................ START, THEN RUN
Engine Indication ................................... MONITOR
No
NORMAL START?

Yes
Engine Bleeds 1 and 2 ........................... AS REQUIRED
XBleed ..................................................... AUTO
APU Bleed ............................................... AS REQUIRED
END

Consider another start procedure attempt.


Do not alternate FADEC.
NOTE: For AE3007A1E engines only, reset the FADEC of the
inoperative engine if another airstart attempt is
considered.
Affected ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23) .......................... AS REQUIRED
END

Operative engine:
N2........................................................ MIN 80%
XBleed ................................................ AUTO OR OPEN
Engine Bleed ..................................... PUSH IN

Inoperative engine:
Start/Stop Selector............................ START, THEN RUN
Engine Indication ................................... MONITOR

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QRH-135/1569

NAP-20 REVISION 2
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

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No
NORMAL START?

Yes
Engine Bleeds 1 and 2............................AS REQUIRED
XBleed ......................................................AUTO
APU Bleed................................................AS REQUIRED
END

Consider another start attempt.


NOTE: For AE3007A1E engines only, reset the FADEC of the
inoperative engine if another airstart reattempt is
considered.
Affected ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23)...........................AS REQUIRED
END

NOTE: - Due to the characteristics listed below, the windmilling


start should be accomplished only if an assisted start
is not an option.
- For AE3007A1E engines only, reset the FADEC of the
inoperative engine if another airstart reattempt is
considered.
- Initiate windmilling start with N2 as high as possible.
Windmilling starts are not possible with N2 below 10%.
Once N2 is below 10%, it may not be recovered.
- Windmilling start is slower than an assisted start.
- During a Windmilling start, if N2 reaches 30% and
keeps increasing, the loss of altitude may be
minimized by reducing airspeed.
- ITT peaks may occur during windmilling starts above
10000 ft with airspeed below 290 knots. In this case,
the engine may operate above the ITT limit, up to
850°C, for a maximum 5 seconds. Abort the start if the
engine remains operating above the ITT limit for more
than 5 seconds.
Airspeed:
Above 10000 ft ...................................MIN 250 KIAS
Below 10000 ft ....................................220 TO 250 KIAS

N2 .............................................................MIN 10%
Inoperative engine:
Start/Stop Selector ............................START, THEN RUN
ITT and N2................................................MONITOR
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REVISION 2 NAP-21
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


No
NORMAL START?

Yes
Engine Bleeds 1 and 2 ........................... AS REQUIRED
XBleed ..................................................... AUTO
APU Bleed ............................................... AS REQUIRED
END

Consider another start attempt.


NOTE: For AE3007A1E engines only, reset the FADEC of
the inoperative engine if another airstart reattempt is
considered.
Affected ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23) .......................... AS REQUIRED

END

NAP-22 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Condition: Loss of thrust on an engine or abnormal engine
indication or precautionary shutdown.

Associated Thrust Lever........................ IDLE


Associated Start/Stop Selector ............. STOP
NOTE: If engine shutdown does not occur, pull the associated
fire extinguishing handle.

Engine Thrust Rating ............................. CON


APU (if available) .................................... START
APU Bleed ............................................... AS REQUIRED
XBleed...................................................... AS REQUIRED
Fuel .......................................................... BALANCE
Altitude .................................................... MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
No
ENGINE RESTART CONSIDERED?
Yes
Affected ENGINE AIRSTART
Procedure (NAP-19)........................... ACCOMPLISH
END

TCAS ........................................................ TA ONLY


LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.44.
No
ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes

XBleed...................................................... OPEN
Altitude .................................................... MAX 15’000 FT,
MIN MEA
If it is not possible to descend below 15’000 ft:
Icing Conditions ................................ EXIT

ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE


APPROACH AND LANDING
Procedure (NAP-35)........................... AS REQUIRED

END

REVISION 4 NAP-23
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

ENGINE OIL HIGH PRESSURE


EICAS Indication: Oil pressure pointer in amber range.
No
OIL TEMPERATURE, OIL LEVEL OR
ENGINE VIBRATION OUT OF LIMITS?

Yes
Associated Procedure ............................ACCOMPLISH

END

ENGINE OIL HIGH TEMPERATURE


EICAS Indication: Oil temperature pointer and digits
become red.
Associated Thrust Lever ........................REDUCE
No
FAILURE PERSISTS?

Yes
No
ABOVE 25’000 FT?
Yes
Altitude.....................................................MAX 25’000 FT,
MINIMUM MEA

No
FAILURE PERSISTS?

Yes
Affected ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23)...........................ACCOMPLISH

END

ENGINE OIL LOW LEVEL


MFD Indication: Oil level digits become amber.
Oil Pressure, Oil Temperature ........ MONITOR
Affected ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23)..................... AS REQUIRED
Consider shutting the engine down to preserve oil
quantity, and if required restart it prior to landing.
END

NAP-24 REVISION 4
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

ENGINE OIL LOW PRESSURE


EICAS Indication: Oil pressure in amber range.
Associated Thrust Lever........................ REDUCE
Reduce N2 below 88%.

END

ENGINE OVERTEMPERATURE
Condition: ITT pointer and digits flashing amber or red.
Associated Thrust Lever........................ REDUCE
No
ITT INDICATION WITHIN LIMITS?

Yes

Operate at reduced thrust to keep ITT within limits.


END

Associated Bleed.................................... PUSH OUT


Altitude .................................................... MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
No
ITT INDICATION STILL OUT OF LIMITS?

Yes

Affected ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN


Procedure (NAP-23)........................... ACCOMPLISH
END

Operate at reduced thrust to keep ITT within limits.


END

REVISION 4 NAP-25
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

ENGINE TAILPIPE FIRE


Condition: Tailpipe fire was detected visually by crew or
ground personnel. No EICAS message
displayed.
Affected engine:
Thrust Lever .......................................IDLE
Start/Stop Selector ............................STOP
Ignition ................................................OFF
Fuel Pump...........................................OFF
XFEED Selector Knob .......................OFF
Start/Stop Selector ............................START, THEN RUN
ITT.............................................................MONITOR
ATC...........................................................NOTIFY
..............................................................WAIT 90 SECONDS
Associated Start/Stop Selector .............OFF
Associated Fire
Extinguishing Handle ........................PULL (DO
NOT ROTATE)
If fire is not extinguished while the engine is motored,
ground personnel support must be requested.
END

NAP-26 REVISION 5
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

ERRONEOUS STALL PROTECTION


ACTUATION
Condition: Inadvertent shaker and/or pusher actuation.

Quick Disconnect Button....................... PRESS AND HOLD


Stall Protection Cutout 1 and 2 ............. PUSH OUT
Quick Disconnect Button....................... RELEASE
Minimum Airspeed ................................. FLAP
MANEUVERING
SPEED (PD-2)
Avoid skidding the airplane.
No
ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes
Add 15 KIAS to go-around speed to prevent stall protection
from being actuated.
Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ..................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................... 22°
VREF ...................................................... VREF45 + 15 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.55.
END

Add 5 KIAS to go-around speed to prevent stall protection


from being actuated.
Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ..................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................... 45°
VREF ...................................................... VREF45 + 5 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.13.

END
QRH-135/1569

REVISION 5 NAP-26A
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

NAP-26B REVISION 5
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

GEAR LEVER CANNOT MOVE UP


AFTER TAKEOFF
Condition: Landing gear cannot be moved to up position
after takeoff in the normal manner.

.............................................................WAIT 10 SECONDS
No
LG AIR/GND FAIL MESSAGE DISPLAYED?

Yes

Landing Gear Lever ................................DO NOT MOVE


LANDING GEAR AIR/GROUND SYSTEM
FAILURE Procedure (EAP 12-8) .......ACCOMPLISH
END

Downlock Release
Button (DN LOCK REL) .....................PRESS
Landing Gear Lever ................................UP

END

GUST LOCK FAILURE


Light: GUST LOCK (amber).
On Ground
CONDITION?

In Flight
Consider diversion.
Do not push control column full Nose Down.
Avoid flying in turbulence conditions.
Avoid airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.

END

Do not takeoff.

END

ORIGINAL NAP-27
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

IMPAIRED OR CRACKED WINDSHIELD


Associated Ice Protection
Windshield ......................................... PUSH OUT
No
ONLY OUTER LAYER CRACKED?

Yes

END

Cockpit Door........................................... CLOSE


Oxygen Masks ........................................ AS REQUIRED
Altitude .................................................... MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER
Pressurization Manual Controller......... 1 O'CLOCK
POSITION

............................................................ WAIT 15 SECONDS


Pressurization Mode Selector............... PUSH IN (MAN)
Pressurization Manual Controller......... CAB MAX ∆P = 1 PSI
Airspeed .................................................. MAX 250 KIAS
Smoke Goggle ........................................ DON
No
FORWARD VISIBILITY GOOD IN ONE SIDE?
Yes
Pilot flying must be on non impaired side.
END

When reaching 10’000 ft:


Pressurization Mode Selector.......... PUSH OUT
Pressurization Dump Button ........... PUSH IN
During approach and landing, when visibility is required:
Airspeed ............................................. MAX 140 KIAS,
MIN VREF45
Check no loose objects in the cockpit.
Direct Vision Window ....................... REMOVE
Landing must be made by looking through Direct Vision
Window. Intercommunication will be impossible with
window removed.
END

NAP-28 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

IRS/MSU FAILURE ANNUNCIATION


OPERATION PHASE
LIGHT POWER ON ALIGNMENT IN FLIGHT
− No light: − Flashes:
Accomplish
− Check IRS − IRS data is not
associated
CB’s. normal.
IRS ALIGNMENT
− Set mode FAULT Procedure − Accomplish
select switch to associated IRS
(EAP 2-9).
ALIGN or NAV. OVERHEAT
− Press MSU Procedure
ALIGN Test switch. (EAP 2-11).
Annunciator
bulb must be
replaced if the
other MSU
annunciators
do light.
− Set mode select − Associated with − Select the
switch to OFF for ALIGN remaining IRU
at least 3 sec. annunciation: by pressing the
Then set mode − Check and IRS Button on
select switch back reenter latitude. the associated
to ALIGN or NAV. − Allow additional reversionary
− If the annunciator time for panel.
remains lighted, alignment.
do not takeoff. − Try new − If necessary set
FAULT alignment. Set mode select
mode select switch to ATT.
switch to OFF for
at least 3 sec,
then to ALIGN,
and enter
present position.
− If on ground, do
not takeoff.
− Do not takeoff. − Operate IRU
until flight
completion.
− If fault
annunciator is
ON or inertial
data ceases to
NO be transmitted
AIR by IRU,
******* accomplish
associated IRS
OVERHEAT
Procedure
(EAP 2-11). IRS
data is not
normal.
BATT − Do not takeoff.
******* *******
FAIL
− Check IRS CB’s. The IRU
− If the annunciator operates on
remains lighted, backup DC
ON do not takeoff. ******* power and will
BATT operate for 30
minutes.
QRH-135/1569

END

ORIGINAL NAP-29
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

LOSS OF ENGINE INDICATIONS


Condition: Loss of Thrust Mode, ITT, N1 and N2 indications.
No
ASSOCIATED ENGINE OPERATING?

Yes
Associated FADEC................................. RESET
No
FAILURE PERSISTS?

Yes

Associated FADEC................................. ALTN


No
FAILURE PERSISTS?

Yes
Associated ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23) .......................... AS REQUIRED

END

Associated ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN


Procedure (NAP-23) .......................... ACCOMPLISH
END

NAP-30 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

LOSS OF PRESSURIZATION INDICATION


Condition: Cabin altitude or cabin ∆P is not being presented
or during use of the pressurization manual control.
Use the remaining indications to maintain cabin altitude
below 10’000 ft, according to the table below:
41000 FT
AIRPLANE MAXIMUM ALTITUDE CEILING?

39000 FT
AIRPLANE/CABIN ALTITUDE CONVERSION TABLE FOR
AIRPLANES WITH MAXIMUM ALTITUDE CEILING OF
39000 FT
AIRPLANE CABIN DIFFERENTIAL
ALTITUDE ALTITUDE PRESSURE
(ft) (ft) (psi)
10000 800 4.2
11000 1100 4.4
12000 1300 4.7
13000 1500 4.9
14000 1700 5.2
15000 2000 5.4
16000 2200 5.6
17000 2400 5.8
18000 2600 6.0
19000 2800 6.2
20000 3100 6.4
21000 3300 6.6
22000 3500 6.7
23000 3800 6.8
24000 4000 7.0
25000 4200 7.1
26000 4500 7.2
27000 4700 7.4
28000 4900 7.5
29000 5200 7.6
30000 5400 7.7
31000 5600 7.8
32000 5900 7.8
33000 6200 7.9
34000 6400 8.0
35000 6700 8.0
36000 7000 8.0
37000 7300 8.1
38000 7700 8.1
39000 8000 8.1
If pressurization can not be maintained, refer to
PRESSURIZATION AUTOMATIC SYSTEM FAILURE/CABIN
DEPRESSURIZATION Procedure (EAP 1-12).

END

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ORIGINAL NAP-31
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


AIRPLANE/CABIN ALTITUDE CONVERSION TABLE FOR
AIRPLANES WITH MAXIMUM ALTITUDE CEILING OF
41000 FT
AIRPLANE CABIN DIFFERENTIAL
ALTITUDE ALTITUDE PRESSURE
(ft) (ft) (psi)
10000 600 4.3
11000 900 4.5
12000 1100 4.8
13000 1300 5.0
14000 1500 5.3
15000 1700 5.5
16000 1900 5.7
17000 2100 6.0
18000 2300 6.2
19000 2500 6.4
20000 2700 6.6
21000 3000 6.7
22000 3200 6.9
23000 3400 7.0
24000 3600 7.2
25000 3800 7.3
26000 4000 7.5
27000 4200 7.6
28000 4500 7.7
29000 4700 7.8
30000 4900 7.9
31000 5100 8.0
32000 5400 8.1
33000 5600 8.1
34000 5800 8.2
35000 6100 8.2
36000 6400 8.3
37000 6700 8.3
38000 7100 8.3
39000 7400 8.3
40000 7700 8.3
41000 8000 8.4
If pressurization can not be maintained, refer to
PRESSURIZATION AUTOMATIC SYSTEM FAILURE/CABIN
DEPRESSURIZATION Procedure (EAP 1-12).

END
QRH-135/1569

NAP-32 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

MAIN DOOR BLOCKED


Light: DOOR BLOCKED (Attendant's Panel).

No
ON GROUND?
Yes
Hydraulic System 1.................................OFF
Main Door Alternative
Opening Valve....................................TURN CLOCKWISE
AND HOLD

.............................................................WAIT 2 MINUTES
Outside Area............................................CHECK CLEAR
Door..........................................................OPEN

END

NAV/FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS FAILURE


LOCATION ANNUNCIATOR/ ACTION
FAILURE
Press the CAGE push
button in order to recover
attitude indication.
Caging the ISIS in flight
will result in loss of
ATT: CAGE attitude indication for up
ISIS (amber) to 10 seconds and the
amber message ATT 10s
will be presented during
this time. Until attitude
indication is available
again use the primary
indication source.
ATT, ALT, SPD, Use the primary
M, HDG (red) indication source.
Use cross-side heading
by pressing the IRS
HDG FAIL (red) button on associated
reversionary panel or use
RMU or standby attitude
PFD and indicator.
MFD Compare data with the
Magnetic Compass. After
identifying the failed side,
HDG (amber) use cross-side data by
pressing the IRS button
on associated
reversionary panel.
MFD MENU INOP Crew awareness.
(amber)

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QRH-135/1569

ORIGINAL NAP-33
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

ANNUNCIATOR/
LOCATION ACTION
FAILURE
ATT FAIL (red) Use cross-side attitude
by pressing the IRS
Button on associated
reversionary panel or
use standby attitude
indicator.
"X" (red) over Use cross-side
IAS tape airspeed by pressing
the ADC button on
associated
reversionary panel or
use standby airspeed
indicator.
"X" (red) over Use cross-side altitude
altitude tape by pressing the ADC
button on associated
reversionary panel or
use standby altimeter.
"X" (red) over Select another sensor.
course scale
VS (red) Use cross-side vertical
PFD speed by pressing the
ADC button on
associated
reversionary panel.
ROL, PIT, ATT, Compare data with
IAS, or ALT Standby Indicator. For
(amber) altitude compare the
PFD altimeters setting
also. If required, use
cross-side data by
pressing the
appropriate button on
associated
reversionary panel.
RA (amber) Compare both radio
altimeter indications. If
required, consider only
the lower indication.
Otherwise, disregard
Radio Altitude.
RA1 (2) (amber) Radio altimeter
automatic reversion
has occurred. No
action is required.
PFD or EICAS Use the MFD Knob to
Blank or "X" present the required
(red) information on MFD.

END
QRH-135/1569

NAP-34 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE APPROACH


AND LANDING
Before Landing:
Inoperative Engine
Thrust Lever ..................................IDLE
Landing Gear......................................DOWN
Thrust Rating .....................................TAKEOFF MODE
Fuel XFeed..........................................OFF
Autopilot/Yaw Damper ......................DISENGAGE
Landing configuration:
Flaps....................................................22°
VREF ......................................................VREF45 + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.44.

END
QRH-135/1569

ORIGINAL NAP-35
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

OVERWEIGHT LANDING
No
ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes

Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ..................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................... 22°
VREF ..................................................... VREF45 + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY AT LEAST 1.45.
Reduce the engine thrust only after the touchdown.
Before touchdown:
Emerg Lts........................................... AS REQUIRED
APU Fuel Shutoff Valve .................... CLOSE
Rate of Descent ................................. MAX 300 FT/MIN
Touch smoothly the runway surface.
END

Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ..................................... DOWN
Flaps ................................................... 45°
VREF ..................................................... VREF45
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY AT LEAST 1.06.
Reduce the engine thrust only after the touchdown.
Before touchdown:
Emerg Lts........................................... AS REQUIRED
APU Fuel Shutoff Valve .................... CLOSE
Rate of Descent ................................. MAX 300 FT/MIN
Touch smoothly the runway surface.
END

NAP-36 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

OXYGEN LEAKAGE
Condition: Evidence of oxygen leakage through the crew
mask, mask hose, flow indicator (blinker), or
oxygen line.
No Smoking .................................................ON

IS THE LEAKAGE IN THE CREW MASK, No


MASK HOSE, OR FLOW INDICATOR?

Yes
Affected Mask...............................................REMOVE FROM
STOWAGE BOX
Stowage Box Doors .....................................CLOSE
Shutoff Sliding Control................................ACTUATE
Oxygen Pressure .........................................CHECK
OXYGEN PRESSURE BELOW MINIMUM No
REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH?

Yes
Altitude..........................................................MEA OR
10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
END

Keep one Portable Oxygen Cylinder available for the pilot


of the affected side. The oxygen supply by the Portable
Oxygen Cylinder will last at least 30 minutes.
END

Oxygen Cylinder Shutoff Valve ..................OFF


Altitude..........................................................MEA OR
10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
END

ORIGINAL NAP-37
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

PARTIAL OR GEAR UP LANDING


Condition: Airplane committed to land with gear up or in transit.
EICAS Indication: Abnormal landing gear position.
EICAS Warning: LG/LEVER DISAGREE may be
presented.
ATC .......................................................... NOTIFY
Burn fuel to reduce touchdown speed.
Transponder ........................................... 7700
FSTN Belts .............................................. ON
Cabin Crew.............................................. NOTIFY
Passengers (and Crew) ......................... PREPARE FOR
EMERGENCY
LANDING AND
EVACUATION
Below 10’000 ft:
GPWS CB (D2 or J8) ......................... PULL
Aural Warn CB’s (B4 and E30) ......... PULL
Emerg Lts........................................... ON
ELT...................................................... ON
Prior to approach:
Hydraulic Elec Pumps 1 and 2 ........ OFF
Cabin .................................................. DEPRESSURIZE
Engine Bleeds 1 and 2 ...................... PUSH OUT
When committed to land:
Landing Gear ..................................... AS REQUIRED
The decision to land with all gear up or with any gear
extended is left to pilots. Ground spoilers, thrust
reversers, steering and normal brakes may not operate if
any main gear is up.

No
ICING CONDITIONS?
Yes

Flaps ........................................................ 22°


If it is not possible to achieve the selected flap position,
maintain airspeed according to the following:
FLAPS POSITION MIN AIRSPEED
0 to 8° VREF45 + 30 KIAS
9° to 21° VREF45 + 10 KIAS
22° to 44° VREF45 + 5 KIAS
45° VREF45
Apply thrust reverser (if available) after touchdown.
When the airplane stops:
Engines START/STOP Selectors ..... STOP
Fire Extinguishing Handles.............. PULL AND ROTATE
APU Fuel Shutoff Valve .................... CLOSE
Engines and APU Fire Extinguishing
Bottles (if necessary)................... DISCHARGE

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QRH-135/1569

NAP-38 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


Fuel Pumps Pwr 1 and 2 ...................OFF
Evacuation..........................................INITIATE
Before leaving the airplane:
Batteries 1 and 2 ................................OFF
END

Flaps.........................................................45°
If it is not possible to achieve the selected flap position,
maintain airspeed according to the following:
FLAPS POSITION MIN AIRSPEED
0 to 8° VREF45 + 30 KIAS
9° to 21° VREF45 + 10 KIAS
22° to 44° VREF45 + 5 KIAS
45° VREF45
Apply thrust reverser (if available) after touchdown.
When the airplane stops:
Engines START/STOP Selectors......STOP
Fire Extinguishing Handles ..............PULL AND ROTATE
APU Fuel Shutoff Valve.....................CLOSE
Engines and APU Fire Extinguishing
Bottles (if necessary) ...................DISCHARGE
Fuel Pumps Pwr 1 and 2 ...................OFF
Evacuation..........................................INITIATE
Before leaving the airplane:
Batteries 1 and 2 ................................OFF
END

RUDDER ARTIFICIAL FEEL INOPERATIVE


Condition: Rudder pedals become light and do not center by
themselves. Yaw trim does not operate properly.

Rudder Shutoff Sys 2 .............................PUSH OUT


No
FAILURE PERSISTS?

Yes
Rudder Shutoff Sys 1 .............................PUSH OUT
Expect greater rudder pedal force. If required, both pilots
should act together to control the airplane.
Consider the use of aileron to help in yaw control, and
asymmetric thrust to trim the airplane.
Avoid airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.

END

ORIGINAL NAP-39
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

RUDDER/YAW TRIM RUNAWAY


Condition: Sudden uncommanded yaw.
EICAS Indication: Associated yaw trim indication changes.

Quick Disconnect Button..................... PRESS AND


HOLD
Rudder Shutoff Sys 1 and 2................. PUSH OUT
Airspeed .................................................. MAX 250 KIAS
Yaw Trim Position .................................. CHECK
No
YAW TRIM DISPLACED FROM NEUTRAL?
Yes
Yaw Trim CB (F12).................................. PULL
Quick Disconnect Button ...................... RELEASE
Rudder Shutoff Sys 1 and 2 .................. PUSH IN
END

Quick Disconnect Button ...................... RELEASE


Prepare to overcome uncommanded yaw.
Rudder Shutoff Sys 1............................. PUSH IN
No
RUNAWAY PERSISTS?
Yes
Rudder Shutoff Sys 1............................. PUSH OUT
Prepare to overcome uncommanded yaw.
Rudder Shutoff Sys 2............................. PUSH IN
No
RUNAWAY STILL PERSISTS?
Yes
Rudder Shutoff Sys 2............................. PUSH OUT
LAND AT NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.
Avoid airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.
Expect greater rudder pedals force. If required, both pilots
should act together to control airplane.
Consider the use of aileron to help in yaw control, and
asymmetric thrust to trim the airplane.

END
QRH-135/1569

NAP-40 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

SINGLE ENGINE BLEED


OPERATION IN ICING CONDITIONS

XBleed........................................................ OPEN
Altitude ...................................................... MAX 15’000 FT,
MIN MEA
If it is not possible to descend below 15’000 ft:
Icing Conditions .................................. EXIT
Refer to associated anti-icing failure procedure if any
message is presented.

END

STIFFENED ELEVATOR
Condition: Elevator control columns movement is
stiffened.
EICAS Warning: AUTOPILOT FAIL (may be presented),
SPS 1-2 INOP (may be presented).
EICAS Caution: STICK PUSHER FAIL (may be presented).

Autopilot .................................................... DISENGAGE


Pitch Trim .................................................. AS REQUIRED
Avoid abrupt and large elevator inputs.
Consider descent to a warmer altitude.
Freezing conditions may lead to de/anti-icing fluids residues
to stiffen the elevator.
ELEVATOR CONTROL COLUMNS No
MOVEMENT RECOVERED?
Yes

END

JAMMED ELEVATOR
Procedure (NAP-10)............................. ACCOMPLISH
END

ORIGINAL NAP-41
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

STRUCTURAL DAMAGE
LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.
At safe altitude, evaluate airplane aero dynamical behavior
and take extra caution varying airspeed and attitude.
Use the flight controls with caution avoiding high
maneuvering loads.
Aileron and Rudder deflection ................ MAX 30%
Airspeed under turbulence ...................... MAX 200 KIAS
FUSELAGE DAMAGED OR No
SUSPECTED DAMAGED?
Yes
Oxygen Masks........................................... AS REQUIRED
Altitude....................................................... MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER
When reaching 10’000 ft:
Pressurization Dump Button............ PUSH IN

Rate of Descent......................................... MAX 300 FT/MIN


Land as smooth as possible.
END

SUSPECTED FUEL LEAK


Condition: - FMS Fuel Remaining quantity is above the
MFD or EICAS total fuel indication.
- Excessive Fuel flow from one of the
engines.
- Fuel imbalance develops.
- Fuel quantity of a tank decreases at an
abnormal rate.

FMS FUEL REMAINING QUANTITY IS MORE No


THAN 300 KG ABOVE MFD INDICATION?
Yes
LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.
XFEED ...........................................................OFF
Asymmetric Thrust ......................................AS REQUIRED

END

Use crossfeed operation in order to achieve fuel balance.

CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

NAP-42 REVISION 3
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


Set engines at the same N1 and compare the Fuel Flow
indications.

FUEL FLOW INDICATION No


SUGGESTS FUEL LEAK?
Yes
At pilot’s discretion.

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.

END

When the desired balance is achieved:


XFEED........................................................... OFF
Monitor total fuel indication on MFD Fuel Page with FMS
Fuel Remaining information.

END

UNCOMMANDED AILERON OR
ELEVATOR DISCONNECTION
Light: Amber ELEV DISC or AIL DISC on Pedestal.
Condition: One control column or control wheel moves
independently of the other.

Affected Surface Disconnection


Handle...................................................... PULL
If aileron is affected, aileron artificial feel not available on left
side.
Avoid airports with anticipated turbulence or crosswind.

END

REVISION 3 NAP-43
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Non Annunciated

UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED

Autopilot/Yaw Damper ..................... DISENGAGE


Flight Director 1 & 2 ......................... OFF
SPEED INDICATION ON BOTH No
PFD BELOW 135 KIAS?

Yes
Rudder Shutoff Sys 1....................... PUSH OUT

CAUTION: AVOID USING THE SPEEDBRAKE.

Attitude/Thrust ................................. ADJUST


Maintain airplane control. Refer to Unreliable Airspeed
tables (PD-2A) in the Performance Data section.
Altitude and/or Vertical Speed indications may also be
unreliable.
Ground speed indication is available in the FMS for
reference.

END

NAP-44 REVISION 5
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Index

INDEX BY EICAS MESSAGE

PAGE OR
TYPE MESSAGE
INSTRUCTION
APU FIRE EAP 3-3
ATTCS FAIL EAP 6-3
AUTOPILOT FAIL EAP 2-3
BAGG SMOKE S-3
BATT 1 OVTEMP EAP 5-3
BATT 2 OVTEMP EAP 5-3
BLD 1 LEAK EAP 1-4
BLD 1 OVTEMP EAP 1-5
BLD 2 LEAK EAP 1-4
BLD 2 OVTEMP EAP 1-5
BLD APU LEAK EAP 1-3
CHECK ACFT LOAD EAP 9-3
E1 ATTCS NO MRGN EAP 6-5
E1 LOW N1 Crew Awareness
E1 OIL LOW PRESS EAP 6-7
W
E2 ATTCS NO MRGN EAP 6-5
A
R E2 LOW N1 Crew Awareness
N E2 OIL LOW PRESS EAP 6-7
I ELEC ESS XFR FAIL EAP 5-3
N ENG 1 FIRE EAP 6-6
G ENG 2 FIRE EAP 6-6
ENG 1-2 OUT EAP 6-3
FUEL 1 LO LEVEL EAP 9-3
FUEL 2 LO LEVEL EAP 9-3
FUEL XFER CRITICAL EAP 9-4
ICE COND-A/I INOP EAP 11-3
LAV SMOKE S-3
LG/LEVER DISAGREE EAP 12-3
MAIN DOOR OPN EAP 4-3
NO TAKEOFF CONFIG EAP 14-4
PTRIM BACKUP INOP EAP 8-3
PTRIM MAIN INOP EAP 8-3
SPS 1 INOP EAP 14-3
SPS 1-2 INOP EAP 14-3
SPS 2 INOP EAP 14-3

REVISION 2 EAP 0-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Index

PAGE OR
TYPE MESSAGE
INSTRUCTION
115 VAC BUS OFF EAP 5-4
A/ICE LOW CAPACIT EAP 11-4
A/ICE SWITCH OFF EAP 11-4
ACCESS DOORS OPN EAP 4-4
AIL SYS 1 INOP EAP 8-5
AIL SYS 1-2 INOP EAP 8-5
AIL SYS 2 INOP EAP 8-5
AOA 1 HEAT INOP EAP 11-4
AOA 2 HEAT INOP EAP 11-4
AP AIL MISTRIM EAP 2-3
AP ELEV MISTRIM EAP 2-3
APU BLD VLV FAIL EAP 1-5
APU CNTOR CLSD EAP 3-4
APU EXTBTL INOP EAP 7-3
APU FAIL EAP 3-4
APU FIREDET FAIL EAP 7-3
APU FUEL LO PRESS EAP 3-5
APU FUEL SOV INOP EAP 9-5
APU GEN OFF BUS EAP 5-12
APU GEN OVLD EAP 5-12
C
A APU OIL HI TEMP EAP 3-6
U APU OIL LO PRESS EAP 3-6
T AURAL WARN FAIL EAP 14-6
I AUTO TRIM FAIL EAP 2-3
O BAGG ACCESS OPN EAP 4-5
N BAGG EXTBTL INOP EAP 7-4
BAGGAGE DOOR OPN EAP 4-4
BATT1 OFF BUS EAP 5-4
BATT2 OFF BUS EAP 5-4
BKUP BATT OFF BUS EAP 5-4
BLD 1 LOW TEMP EAP 1-6
BLD 1 VLV FAIL EAP 1-7
BLD 2 LOW TEMP EAP 1-6
BLD 2 VLV FAIL EAP 1-7
BRAKE DEGRADED EAP 12-5
BRAKE OVERHEAT EAP 12-4
BRK INBD INOP EAP 12-6
BRK OUTBD INOP EAP 12-6
CHECK IC 1 SW Crew Awareness
CHECK IC 2 SW Crew Awareness
CHECK PFD 1 EAP 2-6
CHECK PFD 2 EAP 2-6
CHK IC CONFIG Crew Awareness

EAP 0-2 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Index

PAGE OR
TYPE MESSAGE
INSTRUCTION
CLR ICE 1 Crew Awareness
CLR ICE 2 Crew Awareness
CLR /I INOP 1 Crew Awareness
CLR /I INOP 2 Crew Awareness
CREW OXY LO PRESS EAP 13-3
CROSS BLD FAIL EAP 1-8
CROSS BLD SW OFF Crew Awareness
DAU AC ID MISCMP Crew Awareness
DAU1 A FAIL EAP 2-4
DAU1 ENG MISCOMP EAP 2-5
DAU1 SYS MISCOMP EAP 2-5
DAU1 WRN MISCOMP EAP 2-5
DAU2 A FAIL EAP 2-4
DAU2 ENG MISCOMP EAP 2-5
DAU2 SYS MISCOMP EAP 2-5
DAU2 WRN MISCOMP EAP 2-5
DC BUS 1 OFF EAP 5-5
DC BUS 2 OFF EAP 5-6
DFDR FAIL Crew Awareness
E1 A/ICE FAIL EAP 11-5
C
A E1 ATS SOV OPN EAP 6-8
U E1 CTL FAIL EAP 6-9
T E1 EXCEEDANCE Crew Awareness
I E1 EXTBTLA INOP EAP 7-5
O E1 EXTBTLB INOP EAP 7-5
N E1 FIREDET FAIL EAP 7-4
E1 FPMU NO DISP Crew Awareness
E1 FUEL LO PRESS EAP 9-5
E1 FUEL LO TEMP EAP 9-6
E1 FUEL SOV INOP EAP 9-6
E1 NO DISP Crew Awareness
E2 A/ICE FAIL EAP 11-5
E2 ATS SOV OPN EAP 6-8
E2 CTL FAIL EAP 6-9
E2 EXCEEDANCE Crew Awareness
E2 EXTBTLA INOP EAP 7-5
E2 EXTBTLB INOP EAP 7-5
E2 FIREDET FAIL EAP 7-4
E2 FPMU NO DISP Crew Awareness
E2 FUEL LO PRESS EAP 9-5
E2 FUEL LO TEMP EAP 9-6
E2 FUEL SOV INOP EAP 9-6
E2 NO DISP Crew Awareness
ELEC EMERG ABNORM EAP 5-7
ELEKBAY OVTEMP EAP 2-7
QRH-135/1569

REVISION 4 EAP 0-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Index

PAGE OR
TYPE MESSAGE
INSTRUCTION
EMERG EXIT OPN EAP 4-5
EMERG LT NOT ARMD EAP 5-7
EMRG BRK LO PRES EAP 12-7
ENG NO TO DATA Crew Awareness
ENG REF A/I DISAG Crew Awareness
ENG1 OUT EAP 6-10
ENG1 REV DISAGREE EAP 6-12
ENG1 REV FAIL EAP 6-12
ENG1 TLA FAIL EAP 6-11
ENG2 OUT EAP 6-10
ENG2 REV DISAGREE EAP 6-12
ENG2 REV FAIL EAP 6-12
ENG2 TLA FAIL EAP 6-11
ESS BUS 1 OFF EAP 5-8
ESS BUS 1-2 OFF EAP 5-10
ESS BUS 2 OFF EAP 5-9
FADEC ID NO DISP Crew Awareness
FLAP FAIL EAP 8-6
FUEL IMBALANCE EAP 9-10
FUEL TANK LO TEMP EAP 9-7
C
A FUEL TK VENT OPEN EAP 9-8
U FUEL XFEED FAIL EAP 9-7
T FUEL XFEED MISCMD EAP 9-7
I FUEL XFER 1 INOP EAP 9-9
O FUEL XFER 2 INOP EAP 9-9
N FUEL XFER CHECK EAP 9-8
FUEL XFER OVERFLOW EAP 9-10
FUELING DOOR OPN Crew Awareness
FUSELAGE FUEL IMB EAP 9-10
GEN 1-2-3-4 OFF BUS EAP 5-13
GEN 1 OFF BUS EAP 5-12
GEN 1 OVLD EAP 5-12
GEN 2 OFF BUS EAP 5-12
GEN 2 OVLD EAP 5-12
GEN 3 OFF BUS EAP 5-12
GEN 3 OVLD EAP 5-12
GEN 4 OFF BUS EAP 5-12
GEN 4 OVLD EAP 5-12
HGS FAIL Crew Awareness
HS VLV 1 FAIL EAP 1-8
HS VLV 2 FAIL EAP 1-8
HYD SYS 1 FAIL EAP 10-5
HYD SYS 1 OVHT EAP 10-8
HYD SYS 1-2 FAIL EAP 10-3
HYD SYS 2 FAIL EAP 10-6
HYD SYS 2 OVHT EAP 10-8
IC 1 OVERHEAT EAP 2-9
IC 1 WOW INOP Crew Awareness

EAP 0-4 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Index

PAGE OR
TYPE MESSAGE
INSTRUCTION
IC 2 OVERHEAT EAP 2-9
IC 2 WOW INOP Crew Awareness
IC BUS FAIL EAP 2-8
ICE DET1 FAIL EAP 11-5
ICE DET2 FAIL EAP 11-5
ICE DETECTORS FAIL EAP 11-5
IRS 1 ALN FAULT EAP 2-9
IRS 1 FAIL EAP 2-10
IRS 1 OVERHEAT EAP 2-11
IRS 2 ALN FAULT EAP 2-9
IRS 2 FAIL EAP 2-10
IRS 2 OVERHEAT EAP 2-11
LATERAL MODE OFF EAP 2-7
LG AIR/GND FAIL EAP 12-8
NLG UP/DOOR OPN EAP 12-9
NO ICE-A/ICE ON EAP 11-6
PACK 1 OVHT EAP 1-9
PACK 1 OVLD EAP 1-10
PACK 1 VLV FAIL EAP 1-11
C PACK 2 OVHT EAP 1-9
A PACK 2 OVLD EAP 1-10
U PACK 2 VLV FAIL EAP 1-11
T PAX OXY LO PRESS EAP 13-3
I PITOT 1 INOP EAP 11-6
O PITOT 2 INOP EAP 11-6
N PITOT 3 INOP EAP 11-6
PRESN AUTO FAIL EAP 1-12
PTRIM BKP SW FAIL EAP 8-8
PTRIM CPT SW FAIL EAP 8-8
PTRIM F/O SW FAIL EAP 8-8
RAM AIR VLV FAIL EAP 1-13
RUD HDOV PROTFAIL EAP 8-8
RUDDER OVERBOOST EAP 8-9
RUDDER SYS 1 INOP EAP 8-10
RUDDER SYS 1-2 INOP EAP 8-10
RUDDER SYS 2 INOP EAP 8-10
RUD STOP DISAGREE EAP 8-8
SHED BUS 1 OFF Crew Awareness
SHED BUS 2 OFF Crew Awareness
SPBK LVR DISAGREE EAP 8-11
SPC FAIL Crew Awareness
SPOILER FAIL EAP 8-7
SPS ADVANCED EAP 14-5
STAB A/ICE FAIL EAP 11-8
STEER INOP EAP 12-9
STICK PUSHER FAIL EAP 14-6

REVISION 4 EAP 0-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Index

PAGE OR
TYPE MESSAGE
INSTRUCTION
TAT 1 HEAT INOP EAP 11-7
TAT 2 HEAT INOP EAP 11-7
C
TERR INOP EAP 14-6
A
U VERTICAL MODE OFF EAP 2-7
T W/S 1 HEAT FAIL EAP 11-7
I W/S 2 HEAT FAIL EAP 11-7
O WG A/ICE FAIL EAP 11-8
N WINDSHEAR INOP EAP 14-7
WING FUEL IMB EAP 9-10
YAW DAMPER FAIL EAP 2-12

EAP 0-6 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Index

PAGE OR
TYPE MESSAGE
INSTRUCTION
AIII NOT AVAIL Crew Awareness
APU FUEL SOV CLSD Crew Awareness
BLD 1 VLV CLSD EAP 1-14
BLD 2 VLV CLSD EAP 1-14
CHECK A PERF Crew Awareness
CHECK A1 PERF Crew Awareness
CHECK A1/3 PERF Crew Awareness
CHECK A1P PERF Crew Awareness
CHECK A3 PERF Crew Awareness
CMC FAIL Crew Awareness
CONFIG MISMATCH Crew Awareness
CROSS BLD OPEN Crew Awareness
DAU1 B FAIL EAP 2-4
DAU 1 REVERSION Crew Awareness
DAU2 B FAIL EAP 2-4
DAU 2 REVERSION Crew Awareness
DU 1 FAN FAIL Crew Awareness
DU 1 OVHT Crew Awareness
A DU 2 FAN FAIL Crew Awareness
D DU 2 OVHT Crew Awareness
V DU 3 FAN FAIL Crew Awareness
I
DU 3 OVHT Crew Awareness
S
O DU 4 FAN FAIL Crew Awareness

R DU 4 OVHT Crew Awareness


Y DU 5 FAN FAIL Crew Awareness
DU 5 OVHT Crew Awareness
E1 FUEL IMP BYP EAP 6-12
E1 FUELSOV CLSD Crew Awareness
E1 HYD PUMP FAIL EAP 10-8
E1 HYDSOV CLSD Crew Awareness
E1 IDL STP FAIL EAP 6-13
E1 OIL IMP BYP Crew Awareness
E1 SHORT DISP Crew Awareness
E1-2 FUEL IMP BYP EAP 6-12
E1-2 HYD PUMP FAIL EAP 10-3
E2 FUEL IMP BYP EAP 6-12
E2 FUELSOV CLSD Crew Awareness
E2 HYD PUMP FAIL EAP 10-8
E2 HYDSOV CLSD Crew Awareness
E2 IDL STP FAIL EAP 6-13
E2 OIL IMP BYP Crew Awareness
E2 SHORT DISP Crew Awareness
ENG A/ICEOVERPRES Crew Awareness
FDAU FAIL Crew Awareness
QRH-145/1115

REVISION 4 EAP 0-7


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Index

PAGE OR
TYPE MESSAGE
INSTRUCTION
FLAP LOW SPEED EAP 8-11
FUEL XFEED OPEN Crew Awareness
GEN1 BRG FAIL Crew Awareness
GEN2 BRG FAIL Crew Awareness
GEN3 BRG FAIL Crew Awareness
GEN4 BRG FAIL Crew Awareness
HYD PUMP SELEC OF Crew Awareness
HYD1 LO QTY EAP 10-9
HYD2 LO QTY EAP 10-9
IC1 CONFIG FAIL Crew Awareness
IC 1 FAN FAIL Crew Awareness
IC2 CONFIG FAIL Crew Awareness
A IC 2 FAN FAIL Crew Awareness
D ICE CONDITION Crew Awareness
V SPS/ICE SPEEDS Crew Awareness
I IRS 1 ALN EAP 2-12
S EAP 2-13
IRS 1 ATT MODE
O
IRS 1 EXC MOTION Crew Awareness
R
Y IRS 1 NO MAG HDG Crew Awareness
IRS 1 NO PPOS Crew Awareness
IRS 1 ON BATT EAP 2-14
IRS 2 ALN EAP 2-12
IRS 2 ATT MODE EAP 2-13
IRS 2 EXC MOTION Crew Awareness
IRS 2 NO MAG HDG Crew Awareness
IRS 2 NO PPOS Crew Awareness
IRS 2 ON BATT EAP 2-14
PACK 1 VLV CLSD EAP 1-14
PACK 2 VLV CLSD EAP 1-14
RAD ALT 1 FAIL EAP 2-14
RAD ALT 2 FAIL EAP 2-14
RAD ALT FAIL EAP 2-14

EAP 0-8 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES
BLEED APU LEAK ..............................................EAP 1-3
BLEED ENGINE LEAK........................................EAP 1-4
BLEED OVERTEMPERATURE ...........................EAP 1-5
APU BLEED VALVE FAILURE............................EAP 1-5
BLEED LOW TEMPERATURE............................EAP 1-6
BLEED VALVE FAILURE....................................EAP 1-7
CABIN DEPRESSURIZATION.............................EAP 1-12
CROSSBLEED FAILURE ....................................EAP 1-8
HIGH STAGE VALVE FAILURE ..........................EAP 1-8
PACK OVERHEAT ..............................................EAP 1-9
PACK OVERLOAD..............................................EAP 1-10
PACK VALVE FAILURE......................................EAP 1-11
PRESSURIZATION AUTOMATIC SYSTEM
FAILURE / CABIN DEPRESSURIZATION......EAP 1-12
RAM AIR VALVE FAILURE.................................EAP 1-13
BLEED VALVE CLOSED ....................................EAP 1-14
PACK VALVE CLOSED ......................................EAP 1-14

NON ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES


AIR CONDITIONING SMOKE. ..................refer to S-4
EMERGENCY DESCENT ..........................refer to NAP-6
RAPID CABIN DEPRESSURIZATION.......refer to NAP-14
LOSS OF PRESSURIZATION
INDICATION..........................................refer to NAP-31
SINGLE ENGINE BLEED
OPERATION IN ICING CONDITIONS...refer to NAP-41

ORIGINAL EAP 1-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


BLD APU LEAK ................................................ EAP 1-3
BLD 1 (2) LEAK ................................................ EAP 1-4
BLD 1 (2) OVTEMP........................................... EAP 1-5
APU BLD VLV FAIL.......................................... EAP 1-5
BLD 1 (2) LOW TEMP ...................................... EAP 1-6
BLD 1 (2) VLV FAIL.......................................... EAP 1-7
CROSS BLD FAIL ............................................ EAP 1-8
HS VLV 1 (2) FAIL ............................................ EAP 1-8
PACK 1 (2) OVHT ............................................. EAP 1-9
PACK 1 (2) OVLD ............................................. EAP 1-10
PACK 1 (2) VLV FAIL ....................................... EAP 1-11
PRESN AUTO FAIL .......................................... EAP 1-12
RAM AIR VLV FAIL .......................................... EAP 1-13
BLD 1 (2) VLV CLSD ........................................ EAP 1-14
PACK 1 (2) VLV CLSD ..................................... EAP 1-14

EAP 1-2 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

BLEED APU LEAK


EICAS Warning: BLD APU LEAK

APU Bleed.........................................PUSH OUT


Bleed 1 and 2....................................AS REQUIRED

......................................................WAIT 3 MINUTES
No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes

APU ...................................................SHUTDOWN
No
MESSAGE STILL PERSISTS?
Yes

BLEED ENGINE LEAK


Procedure (EAP 1-4) ....................ACCOMPLISH
Start the procedure considering BLD 1 LEAK.
END

END

ORIGINAL EAP 1-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

BLEED ENGINE LEAK


EICAS Warning: BLD 1 (2) LEAK
Light: Red LEAK inscription in affected push
button.

Consider diversion.
XBleed ..............................................CLOSED
Affected Bleed..................................PUSH OUT
APU Bleed ........................................PUSH OUT
Altitude .............................................MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
Icing Conditions...............................EXIT/AVOID

......................................................WAIT 3 MINUTES
No
BLD 1 (2 OR APU) LEAK MESSAGE EXTINGUISHES?
Yes

END

BLD 1 (2) VLV FAIL


ASSOCIATED MESSAGE?
BLD 1 (2) VLV CLSD

Opposite Bleed ................................PUSH OUT


Associated Bleed .............................PUSH IN

......................................................WAIT 3 MINUTES
No
BLD 1 (2 OR APU) LEAK MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes

Associated Bleed .............................PUSH OUT


Oxygen Masks..................................AS REQUIRED
Altitude .............................................MEA OR
10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER

END

Associated Thrust Lever .................IDLE

......................................................WAIT 3 MINUTES

CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

EAP 1-4 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE
No
BLD 1 (2 or APU) LEAK MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes
Associated ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23)..................... ACCOMPLISH

END

BLEED OVERTEMPERATURE
EICAS Warning: BLD 1 (2) OVTEMP
MFD Indication: Bleed Temp pointer may be in red
range or out of view.
XBleed ............................................... OPEN
Associated Bleed ............................. PUSH OUT
Altitude.............................................. MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA

...................................................... WAIT 3 MINUTES


No
BLD 1 (2) OVTEMP MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes
Associated Bleed ............................. PUSH IN
Opposite Bleed................................. PUSH OUT

SINGLE ENGINE BLEED OPERATION


IN ICING CONDITIONS
Procedure (NAP-41)..................... AS REQUIRED
END

APU BLEED VALVE FAILURE


EICAS Caution: APU BLD VLV FAIL
No
FAILED IN THE OPEN POSITION?
Yes
No
ANY BLEED LEAK EXISTS?

Yes
APU.................................................... SHUTDOWN

Bleeds 1 and 2 .................................. AS REQUIRED

END

ORIGINAL EAP 1-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

BLEED LOW TEMPERATURE


EICAS Caution: BLD 1 (2) LOW TEMP
MFD Indication: Bleed Temp pointer may be in red
range, in green range or out of view.
BLEED TEMP POINTER OUT OF No
VIEW OR IN GREEN RANGE?

Yes
Message ............................................ DISREGARD
END

Ice Detection Override Knob ........... ALL


Associated Thrust Lever ................. ADVANCE
Adjust affected Thrust Lever until message disappears
or pointer of the affected side reaches green range or
opposite pointer.

...................................................... WAIT 1 MINUTE


No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes
Affected Bleed .................................. PUSH OUT
Altitude.............................................. MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
No
ICING CONDITIONS?
Yes
XBleed ............................................... OPEN
Altitude.............................................. MAX 15’000 FT,
MIN MEA
If it is not possible to descend below 15’000 ft:
Ice Conditions.............................. EXIT

...................................................... WAIT 2 MINUTES


Ice Detection Override Knob ........... AUTO
END

Ice Detection Override Knob ........... AUTO


END

EAP 1-6 REVISION 3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

BLEED VALVE FAILURE


EICAS Caution: BLD 1 (2) VLV FAIL
No
BLD 1 (2) VLV CLSD MESSAGE PRESENTED?
Yes

AFFECTED BLEED VALVE? Bleed 2

Bleed 1
No
APU SERVICEABLE?
Yes

XBleed...............................................CLOSED
APU ...................................................START
Altitude .............................................MAX 37’000 FT,
MIN MEA
APU Bleed.........................................PUSH IN
SINGLE ENGINE BLEED OPERATION
IN ICING CONDITIONS
Procedure (NAP-41).....................AS REQUIRED
END

XBleed...............................................OPEN
Altitude .............................................MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
SINGLE ENGINE BLEED OPERATION
IN ICING CONDITIONS
Procedure (NAP-41).....................AS REQUIRED

END

ORIGINAL EAP 1-7


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

CROSSBLEED FAILURE
EICAS Caution: CROSS BLD FAIL
No
CROSS BLD OPEN MESSAGE PRESENTED?
Yes

ASSOCIATED TO BLEED LEAK OR No


ENGINE OVERTEMPERATURE?

Yes
Consider diversion.
Bleeds 1 and 2..................................PUSH OUT
APU Bleed ........................................PUSH OUT
Icing Conditions...............................EXIT/AVOID
Oxygen Masks..................................AS REQUIRED
Altitude .............................................MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER

END

HIGH STAGE VALVE FAILURE


EICAS Caution: HS VLV 1 (2) FAIL

ASSOCIATED MFD BLEED POINTER No


INDICATES RED RANGE?
Yes
Associated BLEED OVERTEMPERATURE
Procedure (EAP 1-5)....................ACCOMPLISH
END

ASSOCIATED MFD BLEED POINTER No


INDICATES WHITE RANGE?

Yes
Associated BLEED LOW TEMPERATURE
Procedure (EAP 1-6)....................ACCOMPLISH
END

END

EAP 1-8 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

PACK OVERHEAT
EICAS Caution: PACK 1 (2) OVHT

Associated Temperature &


Mode Selector............................ AUTO/FULL COLD
Cabin Temperature ........................ MONITOR
Affected Pack ................................. PUSH OUT

.................................................... WAIT 3 MINUTES


Affected Pack ................................. PUSH IN
No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes

Associated Temperature &


Mode Selector............................ MANUAL/FULL
COLD
Cabin Temperature ........................ MONITOR
Affected Pack ................................. PUSH OUT

.................................................... WAIT 3 MINUTES


Affected Pack ................................. PUSH IN
No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes

Affected Pack ................................. PUSH OUT


No
BOTH PACKS AFFECTED?
Yes

Oxygen Masks................................ AS REQUIRED


Altitude ........................................... MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
When reaching 10’000 ft:
Cabin .......................................... DEPRESSURIZE
END

Altitude ........................................... MAX 25’000 FT,


MIN MEA
END

END

ORIGINAL EAP 1-9


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

PACK OVERLOAD
EICAS Caution: PACK 1 (2) OVLD

Associated Temperature &


Mode Selector........................... 12 O’CLOCK
POSITION
Affected Pack ................................ PUSH OUT

................................................... WAIT 3 MINUTES


Affected Pack ................................ PUSH IN
No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes
Affected Pack ................................ PUSH OUT
Associated Engine Bleed ............. CHECK PUSHED IN
No
BOTH PACKS AFFECTED?

Yes

Oxygen Masks............................... AS REQUIRED


Altitude .......................................... MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER
When reaching 10’000 ft:
Cabin ......................................... DEPRESSURIZE
END

Altitude .......................................... MAX 25’000 FT,


MIN MEA

END

EAP 1-10 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

PACK VALVE FAILURE


EICAS Caution: PACK 1 (2) VLV FAIL
No
PACK 1 (2) VLV CLSD MESSAGE PRESENTED?
Yes
Altitude........................................... MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
No
BOTH PACKS AFFECTED?
Yes
Oxygen Masks ............................... AS REQUIRED
Altitude........................................... MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
When reaching 10’000 ft:
Cabin.......................................... DEPRESSURIZE

END

No
NEED TO CLOSE THE AFFECTED PACK?
Yes
Altitude........................................... MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
Pack 2
AFFECTED PACK(S)?
Pack 1 or Both Packs
APU Bleed...................................... PUSH OUT

XBleed ............................................ CLOSED


Associated Bleed(s)...................... PUSH OUT
Icing Conditions ............................ EXIT/AVOID
No
BOTH PACKS AFFECTED?

Yes

Oxygen Masks ............................... AS REQUIRED


Altitude........................................... MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
At least one bleed source must be kept open.
When reaching 10’000 ft:
Cabin.......................................... DEPRESSURIZE

END

REVISION 5 EAP 1-11


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

PRESSURIZATION AUTOMATIC SYSTEM


FAILURE/CABIN DEPRESSURIZATION
EICAS Caution: PRESN AUTO FAIL may be
presented.
EICAS Indication: Abnormal cabin altitude (amber or
red) may be presented.

Pressurization Manual Controller ........11 O'CLOCK


POSITION
At least one bleed source must be kept open.
Pressurization Mode Selector ..............PUSH IN (MAN)
Pressurization Manual Controller ........AS REQUIRED
Wait for system response and stabilization.
No
MANUAL CONTROL POSSIBLE?
Yes
Cabin Altitude ........................................CONTROL
Set and control cabin altitude according to the
AIRPLANE/CABIN ALTITUDE conversion table on
NAP-31.
END

CABIN AURAL WARNING No


VOICE MESSAGE SOUNDS?
Yes
RAPID CABIN DEPRESSURIZATION
Procedure (NAP-14)..........................ACCOMPLISH
END

Oxygen Masks .......................................AS REQUIRED


Altitude...................................................MEA OR
10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
When reaching 10’000 ft:
Pressurization Manual Controller ...FULL DOWN
Pressurization Mode Selector .........PUSH OUT
Pressurization Dump Button ...........PUSH IN (ON)
END

EAP 1-12 REVISION 5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

RAM AIR VALVE FAILURE


EICAS Caution: RAM AIR VLV FAIL

Air Conditioning System ................. MONITOR


ANY PACK 1 (2) OVLD OR PACK 1 (2) OVHT No
MESSAGE PRESENTED?
Yes
Associated Pack............................... PUSH OUT
Altitude.............................................. MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
No
BOTH PACKS AFFECTED?
Yes

Oxygen Masks .................................. AS REQUIRED


Altitude.............................................. MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
At least one bleed source must be kept open.
When reaching 10’000 ft:
Cabin............................................. DEPRESSURIZE

END

REVISION 5 EAP 1-13


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Air Conditioning, Pneumatics & Pressurization

BLEED VALVE CLOSED


EICAS Advisory: BLD 1 (2) VLV CLSD

Associated Pack............................... PUSH OUT, THEN


PUSH IN
Associated Bleed ............................. PUSH IN
No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes

Affected BLEED VALVE FAILURE


Procedure (EAP 1-7).................... ACCOMPLISH

END

PACK VALVE CLOSED


EICAS Advisory: PACK 1 (2) VLV CLSD
Associated Pack............................... PUSH OUT, THEN
PUSH IN
No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes
No
BOTH PACKS AFFECTED?
Yes

Oxygen Masks .................................. AS REQUIRED


Altitude.............................................. MEA OR
10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
When reaching 10’000 ft, if at least one bleed
source is available:
Pressurization Mode
Selector.................................... PUSH IN
Pressurization Manual
Controller................................. AS REQUIRED
If required:
Pressurization Manual
Controller ............................ FULL UP
END

Altitude...................................................MAX 25’000 FT,


MIN MEA

END
EAP 1-14 REVISION 4
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

AUTOPILOT FAILURE ....................................... EAP 2-3


AUTOPILOT AILERON MISTRIM....................... EAP 2-3
AUTOPILOT ELEVATOR MISTRIM ................... EAP 2-3
AUTOPILOT TRIM FAILED ................................ EAP 2-3
DAU FAILURE.................................................... EAP 2-4
DAU MISCOMPARE........................................... EAP 2-5
DISPLAY FAILURE ............................................ EAP 2-6
ELECTRONIC BAY OVERTEMPERATURE....... EAP 2-7
FD LATERAL MODE OFF .................................. EAP 2-7
FD VERTICAL MODE OFF................................. EAP 2-7
IC BUS FAILURE ............................................... EAP 2-8
IC FAILURE........................................................ EAP 2-8
IC OVERHEAT.................................................... EAP 2-9
IRS ALIGNMENT FAULT ................................... EAP 2-9
IRS FAIL............................................................. EAP 2-10
IRS OVERHEAT ................................................. EAP 2-11
YAW DAMPER FAILURE ................................... EAP 2-12
IRS ALIGNMENT................................................ EAP 2-12
IRS ATTITUDE MODE........................................ EAP 2-13
IRS ON BATTERY .............................................. EAP 2-14
RADIO ALTIMETER FAIL................................... EAP 2-14

NON ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

CAS MESSAGE MISCOMPARISON ..... refer to NAP-17


IRS/MSU FAILURE ANNUNCIATION.... refer to NAP-29
NAV/FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS
FAILURE ............................................. refer to NAP-33

ORIGINAL EAP 2-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


AUTOPILOT FAIL .............................................. EAP 2-3
AP AIL MISTRIM ................................................ EAP 2-3
AP ELEV MISTRIM ............................................ EAP 2-3
AUTO TRIM FAIL ............................................... EAP 2-3
CHECK PFD 1 (2) .............................................. EAP 2-6
DAU1 (2) A FAIL ................................................ EAP 2-4
DAU1 (2) ENG MISCOMP .................................. EAP 2-5
DAU1 (2) SYS MISCOMP................................... EAP 2-5
DAU1 (2) WRN MISCOMP ................................. EAP 2-5
ELEKBAY OVTEMP........................................... EAP 2-7
IC BUS FAIL....................................................... EAP 2-8
IC 1 (2) OVERHEAT ........................................... EAP 2-9
IRS 1 (2) ALN FAULT......................................... EAP 2-9
IRS 1 (2) FAIL .................................................... EAP 2-10
IRS 1 (2) OVERHEAT......................................... EAP 2-11
LATERAL MODE OFF ....................................... EAP 2-7
VERTICAL MODE OFF ...................................... EAP 2-7
YAW DAMPER FAIL .......................................... EAP 2-12
IRS 1 (2) ALN ..................................................... EAP 2-12
IRS 1 (2) ATT MODE.......................................... EAP 2-13
IRS 1 (2) ON BATT............................................. EAP 2-14
RAD ALT 1 (2) FAIL ........................................... EAP 2-14
RAD ALT FAIL ................................................... EAP 2-14

EAP 2-2 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

AUTOPILOT FAILURE
EICAS Warning: AUTOPILOT FAIL
Aural Warning: AUTOPILOT Voice message.

Autopilot ............................................... DISENGAGE


END

AUTOPILOT AILERON MISTRIM


EICAS Caution: AP AIL MISTRIM for more than 10 s.
Condition: Autopilot is engaged with aileron out
of trim.

Control Wheel....................................... HOLD FIRMLY


Quick Disconnect Button .................... PRESS
Roll Trim ............................................... AS REQUIRED
Yaw Trim............................................... AS REQUIRED
Autopilot ............................................... AS REQUIRED
END

AUTOPILOT ELEVATOR MISTRIM


EICAS Caution: AP ELEV MISTRIM
Condition: Autopilot is engaged with pitch out of
trim.

Control Column.................................... HOLD FIRMLY


Quick Disconnect Button .................... PRESS
Pitch Trim ............................................. AS REQUIRED
Autopilot ............................................... AS REQUIRED
END

AUTOPILOT TRIM FAILED


EICAS Caution: AUTO TRIM FAIL
Control Column.................................... HOLD FIRMLY
Quick Disconnect Button .................... PRESS
Pitch Trim ............................................. AS REQUIRED
Autopilot ............................................... AS REQUIRED
END

ORIGINAL EAP 2-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

DAU FAILURE
EICAS Caution: DAU1 (2) A FAIL

The following message may be displayed:


EICAS Advisory: DAU1 (2) B FAIL

No
ONLY CHANNEL B AFFECTED?

Yes

END

No
ONLY CHANNEL A AFFECTED?

Yes
Associated DAU on
EICAS Rev (Pedestal Panel) ........... PUSH IN
WHICH DAU IS AFFECTED? DAU 2

DAU 1

- Lost Indications: engine 1 oil (temperature, pressure and


level), battery 1 and 2 temperature, fuel tank temperature,
roll trim position, cockpit temperature, bleed 1 temperature
and landing gear position (including RMU indication).
- Lost Messages: FUEL TANK LO TEMP, E1 FUEL LO
TEMP, BLEED 1 OVTEMP.
- BLD 1 LOW TEMP message will appear.

END

- Lost Indications: engine 2 oil (temperature, pressure and


level), engine 2 fuel temperature, hydraulic quantity 1 and 2,
yaw trim position, cabin temperature, bleed 2 temperature and
flaps indication (including RMU indication).
- Lost Messages: BLEED 2 OVTEMP, E2 FUEL LO TEMP,
HYD 1 LO QTY, HYD 2 LO QTY.
- BLD 2 LOW TEMP and APU OIL HI TEMP messages will
appear.

END

CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

EAP 2-4 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.
DAU 2
WHICH DAU IS AFFECTED?

DAU 1
- All messages and indications of the following systems
are lost: Oxygen, Steering, Landing Gear, Roll Trim, and the
message EMERG LIGHT NOT ARMED.
- Some messages and indications of the following system
are lost: Doors, Stall Protection, Electrical, Fire Protection,
Fuel, APU, Power Plant, Thrust Reverser, Spoiler, Brakes, Air
Conditioning, Ice and Rain Protection.
END

- All messages and indications of the following systems


are lost: Smoke, Hydraulic, Rudder and Yaw Trim.
- Some messages and indications of the following systems
are lost: Doors, Stall Protection, Electrical, Fire Protection,
Fuel, APU, Power Plant, Thrust Reverser, Flap, Brakes, Air
Conditioning, Ice and Rain Protection.
END

DAU MISCOMPARE
EICAS Caution: DAU1 (2) ENG MISCOMP or
DAU1 (2) SYS MISCOMP or
DAU1 (2) WRN MISCOMP

Associated DAU on
EICAS Rev (Pedestal Panel)............ PUSH IN
NOTE: For each miscompare message and each side, check
the following parameters before and after the reversion:
- Engine: N1, N2, ITT.
- System: Battery voltage and temperature, Takeoff
temperature, Hydraulic pressure, Oxygen pressure.
- Warning: all warning messages, if any.
END

ORIGINAL EAP 2-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

DISPLAY FAILURE
EICAS Caution: CHECK PFD 1 (2) message is
presented if PFD is the failed display.

FAILED DISPLAYS PRESENT A RED X? No

Yes
IC FAILURE/IC BUS FAILURE
Procedure (EAP 2-8)........................ ACCOMPLISH
END

No
ALL 5 DISPLAYS FAILED?
Yes

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


Icing Conditions................................... AVOID/EXIT
RMU ...................................................... AS REQUIRED
Use RMU to access Engine and Navigation back up pages.

END

EICAS
WHICH DISPLAY FAILED?

PFD MFD
Affected MFD Selector Knob............... PFD
END

END

Any MFD Selector Knob ...................... EICAS


END

EAP 2-6 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

ELECTRONIC BAY OVERTEMPERATURE


EICAS Caution: ELEKBAY OVTEMP

Turn off non-essential equipment.


The following equipment is installed in the forward
electronic compartment:
− ADC;
− Transponder Mode S;
− Integrated Communication Unit;
− Aural Warning Computer;
− FMS;
− IRS;
− Passenger Address;
− Integrated Navigation Unit;
− Inverter;
− Dimmers;
− Backup Battery.
No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


Maintain a cross-check between main and standby
instruments. In case of disagreement, follow the
standby instruments indication.

END

FD LATERAL MODE OFF/


FD VERTICAL MODE OFF
EICAS Caution: LATERAL MODE OFF or
VERTICAL MODE OFF

At crew discretion, re-select the affected Flight


Director or select the other.

END

REVISION 4 EAP 2-7


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

IC FAILURE/IC BUS FAILURE


EICAS Caution: IC BUS FAIL may be presented.
Condition: Associated Display Units present a
red X.

The following features will be inoperative:


- EICAS messages miscompare monitoring.
- Takeoff speeds synchronization.
- Check List Display synchronization.
- Flight Director mode synchronization.

PFD 2 and MFD 2 (IC 2 Failed)


FAILED DISPLAYS?
PFD 1, MFD 1 and EICAS (IC 1 Failed)

SG on Reversionary Panel 1 ................PUSH IN


NOTE: The PIT TRIM 1 (2) INOP or PTRIM MAIN INOP and
PTRIM BACKUP INOP messages may not be available.

END

SG on Reversionary Panel 2 ................PUSH IN

END

EAP 2-8 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

IC OVERHEAT
EICAS Caution: IC 1 (2) OVERHEAT

Associated CB (C3 or D32).................. PULL


Affected CB may be pushed in again.
No
ASSOCIATED WITH SMOKE?

Yes
IC 2
WHICH IC IS AFFECTED?
IC 1
Backup Battery..................................... PUSH OUT

SG on Associated
Reversionary Panel ......................... PUSH IN
No
SMOKE PERSISTS?

Yes
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FIRE OR
SMOKE Procedure (S-6).................. ACCOMPLISH

END

IRS ALIGNMENT FAULT


EICAS Caution: IRS 1 (2) ALN FAULT

Check and reenter present position. If necessary,


reenter present position once again.
END

ORIGINAL EAP 2-9


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

IRS FAIL
EICAS Caution: IRS 1 (2) FAIL

In Flight
OPERATION PHASE?

Power On or Alignment
Affected IRU ......................................... OFF
Wait MSU lights extinguish.
Affected IRU ......................................... NAV
END

IRS on Associated
Reversionary Panel ......................... PUSH IN
No
REMAINING IRU DATA NORMAL?

Yes

END

Affected IRU ......................................... ATT

Maintain wings level and constant airspeed for


approximately 20 seconds until IRS 1 (2) ALN
message is no longer displayed and attitude is
recovered.
Magnetic Heading ................................ ENTER

CAUTION: FOR IRS IN ATTITUDE MODE, NAVIGATION AND


ATTITUDE OUTPUTS ARE NOT AS ACCURATE
AS IN THE NAV MODE. MAGNETIC HEADING
MUST BE ENTERED AND UPDATED
PERIODICALLY FROM THE BEST AVAILABLE
ALTERNATIVE SOURCE, THROUGH THE FMS
CDU.

Relevant Inoperative Item: Autopilot

END

EAP 2-10 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

IRS OVERHEAT
EICAS Caution: IRS 1 (2) OVERHEAT

No
ASSOCIATED TO SMOKE OR FIRE?

Yes
Associated Circuit Breaker ................. PULL
Backup Battery..................................... PUSH OUT
IRS FAIL Procedure (EAP 2-10) ........... ACCOMPLISH

No
IRS DATA NORMAL?

Yes
Presented
IRS 1 (2) FAIL MESSAGE?
Not presented
Illuminated
MSU FAULT LIGHT?
Not illuminated

END

IRS on Associated
Reversionary Panel ......................... PUSH IN
Affected IRU ......................................... OFF
Autopilot ............................................... DISENGAGE
During final approach, if additional attitude reference
is necessary:
Affected IRU..................................... ATT

CAUTION: FOR IRS IN ATT MODE, NAVIGATION AND


ATTITUDE OUTPUTS ARE NOT AS ACCURATE
AS IN THE NAV MODE. MAGNETIC HEADING
MUST BE ENTERED AND UPDATED
PERIODICALLY FROM THE BEST AVAILABLE
ALTERNATIVE SOURCE, THROUGH THE FMS
CDU.

Relevant Inoperative Item: Autopilot

END

ORIGINAL EAP 2-11


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

YAW DAMPER FAILURE


EICAS Caution: YAW DAMPER FAIL
Yaw Damper ......................................... DISENGAGE
Autopilot ............................................... AS REQUIRED
No
FAILURE PERSISTS?
Yes
Autopilot ............................................... DISENGAGE
No
FLIGHT ABOVE MACH 0.7?

Yes
Altitude ................................................. MAX 35000 ft
MINIMUM MEA

END

IRS ALIGNMENT
EICAS Advisory: IRS 1 (2) ALN

IRU mode select switch....................... CHECK NAV


This message is only presented during alignment phase or
while the IRU mode select switch is set at ALIGN position.

END

EAP 2-12 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

IRS ATTITUDE MODE


EICAS Advisory: IRS 1 (2) ATT MODE

No
ON GROUND?

Yes
Affected IRU ......................................... OFF
Wait MSU lights extinguish.
Affected IRU ......................................... NAV
END

END

REVISION 2 EAP 2-13


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot, Flight Instruments & Navigation

IRS ON BATTERY
EICAS Advisory: IRS 1 (2) ON BATT
Associated IRU will operate for 40 minutes.
END

RADIO ALTIMETER FAIL


EICAS Advisory: RAD ALT 1 (2) FAIL or
RAD ALT FAIL may be presented.

ASSOCIATED WITH ERRONEOUS No


EGPWS ACTIVATION?

Yes
Consider pulling respective radio altimeter circuit
breaker (D14 or D21) to inhibit undesired nuisance
warnings.

ALL RADIO ALTIMETERS AFFECTED No


(RAD ALT FAIL MESSAGE PRESENTED)?
Yes
Do not perform CAT II or CAT III approaches.
END

RA1 (2) AMBER ANNUNCIATOR No


PRESENTED IN BOTH PFDs?
Yes

END

Do not perform CAT II or CAT III approaches.


END

EAP 2-14 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Auxiliary Power Unit

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

APU FIRE ........................................................... EAP 3-3


BLEED APU LEAK ................................refer to EAP 1-3
APU BLEED VALVE FAILURE..............refer to EAP 1-5
APU CONTACTOR CLOSED ............................. EAP 3-4
APU FAIL ........................................................... EAP 3-4
APU FUEL LOW PRESSURE ............................ EAP 3-5
APU FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE
INOPERATIVE ..................................refer to EAP 9-5
APU OIL HIGH TEMPERATURE........................ EAP 3-6
APU OIL LOW PRESSURE................................ EAP 3-6

NON ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

APU OVERTEMPERATURE.................. refer to NAP-4

ORIGINAL EAP 3-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Auxiliary Power Unit

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


APU FIRE ............................................................ EAP 3-3
BLD APU LEAK .....................................refer to EAP 1-3
APU BLD VLV FAIL ...............................refer to EAP 1-5
APU CNTOR CLSD ............................................. EAP 3-4
APU FAIL ............................................................ EAP 3-4
APU FUEL LO PRESS ........................................ EAP 3-5
APU FUEL SOV INOP............................refer to EAP 9-5
APU OIL HI TEMP............................................... EAP 3-6
APU OIL LO PRESS ........................................... EAP 3-6

EAP 3-2 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Auxiliary Power Unit

APU FIRE
EICAS Warning: APU FIRE
Aural Warning: BELL

APU Fuel Shutoff Valve ...................PUSH IN


APU Master Knob.............................OFF

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


Displayed
APU FUEL SOV CLSD MESSAGE?

Not Displayed

Fuel Pump Pwr 2 ..............................OFF


XFeed ................................................OFF
Initiate the descent to MEA or 25’000 ft, whichever is
higher.

......................................................WAIT 30 SECONDS
No
APU FIRE MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes

APU Fire Extinguishing


Button ...............................................PRESS

WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RESTART APU.


END

ORIGINAL EAP 3-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Auxiliary Power Unit

APU CONTACTOR CLOSED


EICAS Caution: APU CNTOR CLSD

Bus Ties............................................OFF
Battery 2 ...........................................OFF
END

APU FAIL
EICAS Caution: APU FAIL
Condition: APU automatically shuts down.

No
SHUTDOWN DURING APU START CYCLE?

Yes
No
OBVIOUS SAFETY HAZARD?

Yes

Do not try to restart the APU.

END

APU Start ..........................................AS REQUIRED


NOTE: - Up to three APU start attempts may be accomplished,
including the first attempt in which the message was
displayed.
- The APU Starter Cool-down Limit is 1 MINUTE OFF.

END

Do not try to restart the APU.

END

EAP 3-4 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Auxiliary Power Unit

APU FUEL LOW PRESSURE


EICAS Caution: APU FUEL LO PRESS

Fuel Pump Sel 2 ...............................SELECT ANOTHER


No
MESSAGE REMAINS?

Yes
Repeat the procedure.
MFD UNAVAILABLE OR ALL PUMPS IN ONE No
TANK ARE INOPERATIVE?

Yes

Altitude .............................................MAX 25’000 FT,


MIN MEA
NOTE: If required, Crossfeed may be open above 25’000 ft.
END

END
QRH-135/1569

ORIGINAL EAP 3-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Auxiliary Power Unit

APU OIL HIGH TEMPERATURE /


APU OIL LOW PRESSURE
EICAS Caution: APU OIL HI TEMP and/or
APU OIL LO PRESS

No
IS APU ESSENTIAL FOR THE FLIGHT?

Yes
No
APU EGT INTO AMBER OR RED RANGE?

Yes
APU OVERTEMPERATURE
Procedure (NAP-4) ......................ACCOMPLISH
END

No
APU RPM OUT OF THE RED RANGE?
Yes
APU EGT and RPM...........................MONITOR
END

APU ...................................................SHUTDOWN

END

EAP 3-6 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Doors

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

MAIN DOOR OPEN .............................................EAP 4-3


ACCESS DOORS OPEN .....................................EAP 4-4
BAGGAGE DOORS OPEN..................................EAP 4-4
EMERGENCY EXIT OPEN ..................................EAP 4-5
INTERNAL BAGGAGE ACCESS DOOR
OPEN ..............................................................EAP 4-5

NON ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

MAIN DOOR BLOCKED.......................... refer to NAP-33

ORIGINAL EAP 4-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Doors

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


MAIN DOOR OPN ............................................... EAP 4-3
ACCESS DOORS OPN ....................................... EAP 4-4
BAGG ACCESS OPN……………………………....EAP 4-5
BAGGAGE DOOR OPN ...................................... EAP 4-4
EMERG EXIT OPN .............................................. EAP 4-5

EAP 4-2 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Doors

MAIN DOOR OPEN


EICAS Warning: MAIN DOOR OPN
MFD Indication: Red DOOR OPEN.

FSTN Belts........................................ON
Door Alignment Red Marks .............CHECK
No
DOOR CONFIRMED LOCKED?
Yes
No
CABIN PRESSURIZATION NORMAL?

Yes
Message............................................DISREGARD
END

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


Oxygen Masks..................................AS REQUIRED
Altitude .............................................MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
When reaching 10’000 ft:
Cabin ............................................DEPRESSURIZE
END

ORIGINAL EAP 4-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Doors

ACCESS/BAGGAGE DOORS OPEN


EICAS Caution: ACCESS DOORS OPN or
BAGGAGE DOOR OPN
MFD Indication: Red DOOR OPEN.

Abrupt Maneuvers ...........................AVOID


No
CABIN PRESSURIZATION NORMAL?

Yes
Message ...........................................DISREGARD
END

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


Oxygen Masks..................................AS REQUIRED
Altitude .............................................MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
When reaching 10’000 ft:
Cabin ............................................DEPRESSURIZE
END

EAP 4-4 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Doors

EMERGENCY EXIT OPEN


EICAS Caution: EMERG EXIT OPN
MFD Indication: Red DOOR OPEN.

FSTN Belts........................................ON
Affected Exit .....................................CHECK
Remove passenger(s) from exit vicinity.
Emergency exit handle ....................CHECK PUSHED IN
No
EMERGENCY EXIT LOCKED?
Yes
No
CABIN PRESSURIZATION NORMAL?

Yes

Message............................................DISREGARD
END

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


Oxygen Masks..................................AS REQUIRED
Altitude .............................................MEA OR 10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
When reaching 10’000 ft:
Cabin ............................................DEPRESSURIZE
END

INTERNAL BAGGAGE ACCESS DOOR


OPEN
EICAS Caution: BAGG ACCESS OPN
MFD Indication: Red DOOR OPEN.

Door Status on MFD.........................CHECK


If message is confirmed or MFD is not available:
Door ..................................................CLOSE AND LOCK
END

ORIGINAL EAP 4-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Doors

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

EAP 4-6 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

BATTERY OVERTEMPERATURE ................... EAP 5-3


ELECTRIC ESSENTIAL
TRANSFER FAILURE................................ EAP 5-3
115 V AC BUS OFF.......................................... EAP 5-4
APU CONTACTOR CLOSED .............. refer to EAP 3-4
BACK-UP BATTERY OFF BUS ....................... EAP 5-4
BATTERY OFF BUS......................................... EAP 5-4
DC BUS 1 OFF ................................................. EAP 5-5
DC BUS 2 OFF ................................................. EAP 5-6
ELECTRICAL EMERGENCY ABNORMAL
TRANSFER................................................ EAP 5-7
EMERGENCY LIGHTS NOT ARMED............... EAP 5-7
ESSENTIAL BUS 1 OFF .................................. EAP 5-8
ESSENTIAL BUS 2 OFF .................................. EAP 5-9
ESSENTIAL BUS 1-2 OFF ............................... EAP 5-10
GENERATOR OFF BUS................................... EAP 5-12
GENERATOR OVERLOAD .............................. EAP 5-12
LOSS OF ALL GENERATORS......................... EAP 5-13

NON ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
FIRE OR SMOKE .................................. refer to S-6

ANNEX 01 - AFFECTED EQUIPMENT


DC BUS FAILURE ............................................ EAP 5-14
ESS BUS FAILURE .......................................... EAP 5-15

ORIGINAL EAP 5-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


BATT 1 (2) OVTEMP .........................................EAP 5-3
ELEC ESS XFR FAIL ........................................EAP 5-3
115 VAC BUS OFF............................................EAP 5-4
APU CNTOR CLSD ............................. refer to EAP 3-4
APU GEN OFF BUS..........................................EAP 5-12
APU GEN OVLD................................................EAP 5-12
BKUP BATT OFF BUS......................................EAP 5-4
BATT1 (2) OFF BUS .........................................EAP 5-4
DC BUS 1 OFF..................................................EAP 5-5
DC BUS 2 OFF..................................................EAP 5-6
ELEC EMERG ABNORM ..................................EAP 5-7
EMERG LT NOT ARMD ....................................EAP 5-7
ESS BUS 1 OFF................................................EAP 5-8
ESS BUS 2 OFF................................................EAP 5-9
ESS BUS 1-2 OFF.............................................EAP 5-10
GEN 1-2-3-4 OFF BUS......................................EAP 5-13
GEN 1 (2, 3, 4) OFF BUS ..................................EAP 5-12
GEN 1 (2, 3, 4) OVLD........................................EAP 5-12

EAP 5-2 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

BATTERY OVERTEMPERATURE
EICAS Warning: BATT 1 (2) OVTEMP
MFD Indication: Battery temperature in red.
Affected Battery ....................................OFF

ASSOCIATED BATT 1 (2) OFF BUS No


MESSAGE DISPLAYED?

Yes

END

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


END

ELECTRIC ESSENTIAL TRANSFER


FAILURE
EICAS Warning: ELEC ESS XFR FAIL

Essential Power.....................................PUSH IN
No
ANY GENERATOR AVAILABLE?
Yes
No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes
Bus Ties .................................................OFF
No
MESSAGE STILL PERSISTS?

Yes
LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.
Shed Buses............................................OFF
Turn off non essential equipment. Begin with
DC Buses 1 and 2 (CB Panel rows D, E, F, G and H).

LOSS OF ALL GENERATORS


Procedure (EAP 5-13).......................ACCOMPLISH

END

REVISION 4 EAP 5-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

115 V AC BUS OFF


EICAS Caution: 115 VAC BUS OFF

AC PWR..................................................PUSH OUT,
THEN PUSH IN
MESSAGE PERSISTS? No

Yes
AC PWR..................................................PUSH OUT
Relevant Inoperative Items:
TCAS II Windshear Detection EGPWS

END

BACK-UP BATTERY OFF BUS


EICAS Caution: BKUP BATT OFF BUS

Backup Battery ......................................CHECK


PUSHED IN
END

BATTERY OFF BUS


EICAS Caution: BATT1 (2) OFF BUS
MFD Indication: Battery may be amber.

Affected Battery.....................................AUTO
END

EAP 5-4 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

DC BUS 1 OFF
EICAS Caution: DC BUS 1 OFF
MFD Indication: DC BUS may be amber.

Bus Ties................................................ OVRD


No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes
Bus Ties................................................ AUTO
Icing Conditions................................... EXIT/AVOID
Altitude ................................................. 25’000 FT OR
MEA,
WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER
At pilot’s discretion, on Reversionary Panel 1:
MFD Knob ........................................ PFD
Relevant Inoperative Items:
Autopilot W/S 1 Heating and Wiper EGPWS
FMS 1 Transponder 1 RA 1
Speed Brake Main Pitch Trim TCAS 2000
Pack 1 Thrust Reverser 1 DME 1
Do not set Thrust Lever 1 below idle in flight.
Anticipate flap actuation.
Landing configuration:
Flaps...................................................... 22°
VREF ........................................................ VREF 45° + 30 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.85.
Affected Equipment (EAP 5-14)........... CHECK

END

ORIGINAL EAP 5-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

DC BUS 2 OFF
EICAS Caution: DC BUS 2 OFF
MFD Indication: DC BUS may be amber.
Condition: Noise increase due to nose landing
gear doors open.

Bus Ties................................................ OVRD


No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes
Bus Ties................................................ AUTO
Icing Conditions................................... EXIT/AVOID
Airspeed ............................................... MAX 250 KIAS
Altitude ................................................. 25’000 FT OR
MEA,
WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER
The overhead panel lighting is inoperative, therefore,
all striped bars will not illuminate.
SG ......................................................... PUSH IN
At pilot’s discretion, on Reversionary Panel 2:
MFD Knob ........................................ PFD
MFD Control is possible through MFD 1 Bezel.
Relevant Inoperative Items:
VHF2/ADF2/VOR2/D Steering
W/S 2 Heating and Wiper
ME2/ILS2/MB2
Thrust Reverser 2 Transponder 2 Pack 2
Stick Pusher Landing lights FMS 2
Do not set Thrust Lever 2 below idle in flight.
Anticipate flap actuation.
Landing configuration:
Flaps ..................................................... 22°
VREF........................................................ VREF 45° + 15 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.55.
Affected Equipment (EAP 5-14) .......... CHECK

END

EAP 5-6 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

ELECTRICAL EMERGENCY ABNORMAL


TRANSFER
EICAS Caution: ELEC EMERG ABNORM

Essential Power.....................................CHECK
PUSHED OUT
No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes
LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.
Emerg Lts...............................................OFF
If required, turn ON Emerg Lts just before landing.
Bus Ties .................................................OFF
Batteries 1 and 2 ...................................OFF
No
MESSAGE STILL PERSISTS?

Yes

Bus Ties .................................................AUTO


Batteries 1 and 2 ...................................AUTO
APU (if serviceable) ..............................START
APU Generator ......................................CHECK
PUSHED IN
CAUTION: IF APU GENERATOR IS NOT AVAILABLE AND
THE MESSAGE REMAINS, BATTERIES
DURATION WILL BE 40 MINUTES.

END

EMERGENCY LIGHTS NOT ARMED


EICAS Caution: EMERG LT NOT ARMD

EMERG LT Switch .................................ARM


No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes
EMERG LTS on Forward
Attendant Control Panel ..................Check NORM

END

REVISION 4 EAP 5-7


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

ESSENTIAL BUS 1 OFF


EICAS Caution: ESS BUS 1 OFF

On Reversionary panel 1:
SG ................................................. PUSH IN
Fuel Pump 1...................................... 1B OR 1C
Fuel Pump 2...................................... 2A OR 2C

Altitude.............................................. MAX 25’000 FT,


MIN MEA
No
ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes
XBleed ............................................... OPEN
Altitude.............................................. MEA OR
15’000 FT,
WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER
If it is not possible to descend below 15’000 ft:
Icing Conditions .......................... EXIT

Monitor fuel quantity indication 1 through FMS.


Brake effectiveness will be reduced.
COM 2 on Digital Audio Panel 2...... PUSH IN
Relevant Inoperative Items:
ADF1/VHF1/VOR1/ILS1/MB1 Audio System 1
ENG 1 Fire Detection System RMU 1
Landing Gear Control (Down Override)

CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED


LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.49.
No
EICAS ENERGIZED?
Yes
Affected Equipment (EAP 5-15) .... CHECK
END

DAU 1 on EICAS Rev........................ PUSH IN


At pilots’s discretion, on Reversionary Panel 1:
MFD Knob..................................... EICAS
Affected Equipment (EAP 5-15) ...... CHECK
END

EAP 5-8 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

ESSENTIAL BUS 2 OFF


EICAS Caution: ESS BUS 2 OFF
MFD Indication: ESS BUS may be amber.

Fuel Pump 1...................................... 1A OR 1C


Fuel Pump 2...................................... 2B OR 2C
Icing Conditions ............................... EXIT/AVOID
Altitude.............................................. MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
Monitor fuel quantity indication 2 through FMS.
CAUTION: DO NOT USE CROSSFEED.
Brake effectiveness will be reduced.
When necessary to extend landing gear:
Landing Gear ............................... DOWN
Gear Electrical Override.............. DOORS

.................................................. WAIT 3 SECONDS


Gear Electrical Override.............. GEAR/DOORS
Relevant Inoperative Items:
ISIS/Standby altimeter Audio System 2
APU Fire Detection System Pitot Heating 3
ENG 2 Fire Detection System Standby attitude indicator
APU Control RMU 2

CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED


LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.49.
Affected Equipment (EAP 5-15) ...... CHECK
END

REVISION 4 EAP 5-9


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

ESSENTIAL BUS 1-2 OFF


EICAS Caution: ESS BUS 1-2 OFF
Bus Ties .................................................OFF
MFD Pictorial Electrical ........................CHECK
No
BOTH DC BUSES ENERGIZED?
Yes
Battery 1 and 2.......................................OFF
No
ESSENTIAL BUS 1 STILL OFF?
Yes
ESSENTIAL BUS 1 OFF
Procedure (EAP 5-8).........................AS REQUIRED
END

No
ESSENTIAL BUS 2 STILL OFF?
Yes

ESSENTIAL BUS 2 OFF


Procedure (EAP 5-9)..............................AS REQUIRED
END

No
DC BUS 1 IS ENERGIZED?
Yes
Battery 1 .................................................OFF
ESSENTIAL BUS 1 (2) OFF Procedure
(EAP 5-8 or EAP 5-9) .......................AS REQUIRED

No
DC BUS 2 IS ENERGIZED?
Yes

Battery 2 .................................................OFF
ESSENTIAL BUS 1 (2) OFF Procedure
(EAP 5-8 or EAP 5-9) .......................AS REQUIRED

CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

EAP 5-10 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

No
ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes
Landing configuration:
Flaps ............................................. 22º
VREF................................................ VREF45° + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 2.18.
Affected Equipment (EAP 5-15) .... CHECK
END

Landing configuration:
Flaps ............................................. 22º
VREF................................................ VREF45° + 30 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.85.
Affected Equipment (EAP 5-15) ...... CHECK
END

REVISION 4 EAP 5-11


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

GENERATOR OFF BUS


EICAS Caution: GEN 1 (2, 3, 4) OFF BUS or
APU GEN OFF BUS
MFD Indication: Generator voltage may be amber.
No
ALL GENERATORS OFF BUS?

Yes
LOSS OF ALL GENERATORS
Procedure (EAP 5-13).......................ACCOMPLISH
END

Affected Generator................................PUSH OUT,


THEN PUSH IN
APU (if serviceable) ..............................AS REQUIRED
END

GENERATOR OVERLOAD
EICAS Caution: GEN 1 (2, 3, 4) OVLD or
APU GEN OVLD
MFD Indication: Generator may be amber.
Shed Buses............................................OFF
No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes

Electrical Load (affected generator).....REDUCE


The equipments that require more electrical load and may be
turned OFF, at pilot’s discretion, are: lights, hydraulic electric
pump, ice protection and air conditioning related systems.
Non-required equipment may also be turned OFF.
APU GEN OVLD EICAS No
MESSAGE DISPLAYED?

Yes
APU.........................................................STOP
END

APU.........................................................START
APU GEN ................................................CHECK
PUSHED IN

END

EAP 5-12 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

LOSS OF ALL GENERATORS


EICAS Caution: GEN 1-2-3-4 OFF BUS,
Condition: Noise increase due to nose landing
gear doors open.
The following message may be displayed:
EICAS Caution: APU GEN OFF BUS
Generators............................................ PUSH OUT,
THEN PUSH IN
APU Generator ..................................... AS REQUIRED
No
ANY GENERATOR RECOVERED?
Yes
END

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.58.
Essential Power ................................... PUSH IN
Airspeed................................................ MAX 250 KIAS
Altitude ................................................. MEA OR
10’000 FT,
WHICHEVER
IS HIGHER
Crew Oxygen ........................................ AS REQUIRED
Passenger Oxygen............................... AS REQUIRED
Emerg Lts ............................................. OFF
If required, turn on Emergency Lights before landing.
Icing Conditions................................... EXIT/AVOID
Use standby instruments and RMU Navigation Backup
Page.
CAUTION: BATTERY DURATION IS 40 MINUTES.
FUEL XFER CRITICAL
or CHECK ACFT LOAD
EICAS Message ............................... MONITOR
Do not set Thrust Levers below idle in flight.
Do not actuate Thrust Reversers.
Relevant Inoperative Items:
Autopilot W/S 1 and 2 Heating and Wiper EGPWS
FMS 1 and 2 Transponder 1 and 2 RA 1
Speed Brake Main Pitch Trim TCAS
Pack 1 and 2 Stick Pusher Steering
VHF2/ADF2/VOR2/DME2/ILS2/MB2 and DME1 Flaps

ORIGINAL EAP 5-13


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

ANNEX 01
In case of electrical bus failure, refer to the following
table to verify the affected equipment.

DC BUS 1 DC BUS 2

AILERON CONTROL SYSTEM 1 ADC 2


AIR/GND POSITION SYSTEM A AHRS 2
AOA 1 SENSOR HEATING AILERON CONTROL SYSTEM 2
BRAKES TEMP INDICATION OUTBD AIR/GND POSITION SYSTEM C
CMC AOA 2 SENSOR HEATING
CREW PEDAL ADJUSTMENT AUDIO - OBSERVER (INTPH 3)
CREW SEAT ADJUSTMENT 1 AURAL WARNING SYSTEM 2
EICAS POWER (DAU 1B) BAGGAGE SMOKE DETECTOR
ELECTRICAL FLIGHT IDLE STOP 1 BRAKES TEMP INDICATION INBD
ELECTRONIC BAY COOLING (EXHAUST 1 CABIN RECIRCULATION
AND RECIRC 2) CLEAR ICE DET - CHANNEL 2
EMER/PARKING BRAKE CLOCK - COPILOT'S
ENG 1 FUEL PUMPS 1C CREW SEAT ADJUSTMENT 2
ENG 1 THRUST REVERSER COMMAND DEFUELING
ENGINE 1 LIP ANTI-ICE DISPLAY PRCS/CTRL PWR 2 (IC2)
FLAP CHANNEL1 EICAS POWER (DAU 2B)
FUEL PRESSURE REFUELING FWD/AFT ELECTRICAL FLIGHT IDLE STOP 2
A1 ELECTRONIC BAY COOLING (RECIRC 1
FUEL PRESSURE REFUELING FWD 1 AND EXHAUST 2)
FUEL TRANSFER 1 ENG 2 FUEL PUMPS 2C
GROUND SPOILER OUTBD ENG 2 THRUST REVERSER COMMAND
HYDRAULIC ELECTRIC PUMP 2 ENGINE 2 LIP ANTI-ICE
HYDR GEN SYS 2 INDICATION ENGINE VIBRATION SENSORS
ICE DETECTOR 1 FLAP CHANNEL 2
CLEAR ICE DET - CHANNEL 1 FUEL FUS PUMPS AFT/FWD 2A
INVERTER FUEL FUS PUMPS FWD 2B
LAVATORY FLUSH FUEL TRANSFER 2
LAVATORY SMOKE DETECTOR GASPER FAN
LAVATORY WATER DRAIN HEATER GROUND SPOILER INBD
LIGHTING CABIN 1 GUST LOCK (ELECTROMECHANICAL)
LIGHTING OVERHEAD PANEL HYDR ELECTRIC PUMP 1
LIGHT – COCKPIT READING HYDR GEN SYS 1 INDICATION
LIGHTS – COURTESY/STAIR 2 ICE DETECTOR 2
LIGHTS – FLOOD/STORM IRS 2
LIGHTS – LANDING 1 LANDING GEAR DOOR COMMAND
LIGHTS – LAVATORY LIGHTING OVERHEAD PANEL
LIGHTS – LOGOTYPE LIGHTS – COMPARTMENT
LIGHTS – NAVIGATION LIGHTS – INSPECTION
LIGHTS – PASSENGER CABIN 1 LIGHTS – LANDING
MAIN DOOR CONTROL 1 LIGHTS – PASSENGER CABIN 2/3
PACK VALVE 1 LIGHTS – RED BEACON
PASSENGER SIGNS PACK VALVE 2
PITCH TRIM (MAIN) PITOT 2 HEATING
PITOT 1 HEATING PNEUMATIC HSV 2
PNEUMATIC HSV 1 ROLL TRIM SYSTEM
PRESSURIZATION CONTROL SENSORS HEATING CONTROL
SPEED BRAKE SPOILER INDICATION
STABILIZER ANTI-ICE INDICATION SPS (SHAKER 2/CHANNEL 2)
STATIC PORT HEATING 1 SPS PUSHER
STROBE LIGHTS STABILIZER ANTI-ICE
TAT 1 SENSOR HEATING STATIC PORT HEATING 2
TCAS 2000 STEERING
WINDSHIELD HEATING 1 TAT 2 SENSOR HEATING
WINDSHIELD WIPER 1 WINDSHIELD WIPER 2
WING ANTI-ICE WING ANTI-ICE 1 INDICATION
YAW TRIM

EAP 5-14 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

ANNEX 01

In case of electrical bus failure, refer to the following


table to verify the affected equipment.

ESSENTIAL BUS 1 ESSENTIAL BUS 2

ADC 1 AIR/GND POSITION SYSTEM D


AHRS 1 APU CONTROL
AIR/GND POSITION SYSTEM B APU FIRE DETECTION
APU BLEED APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING
AUDIO PILOT/COPILOT (INTPH 1) APU FUEL FEED
AURAL WARNING SYSTEM 1 AUDIO PILOT/COPILOT (INTPH 2)
BRAKES OUTBOARD BRAKES INBOARD
CLOCK PILOT'S COCKPIT/ATTENDANT
DISPLAY PRCS/CTRL PWR 1 (IC 1) INTERCOMM
EICAS DISPLAY CROSSBLEED
EICAS (DAU 1A) EICAS (DAU 2A)
ENG 1 FIRE DETECTION 1 ENG 2 FIRE DETECTION 2
ENG 1 FUEL PUMPS 1A ENG 1 FUEL PUMPS 1B
ENG 2 FUEL PUMPS 2B ENG 2 FUEL PUMPS 2A
ENGINES 1 AND 2 FADECS A ENGINES 1 AND 2 FADEC B
ENGINE 1 STARTING ENGINE 2 ANTI-ICE INDICATION
ENGINES N2 SIGNALS 1A AND 2A ENGINE 2 STARTING
FDR MANAGEMENT ENGINES N2 SIGNALS 1B AND 2B
FUEL QUANTITY INDICATION 1 FUEL CROSS FEED
LDG CONTROL (DOWN OVRD) FUEL QUANTITY INDICATION 2
LANDING GEAR NOSE ISIS (all models except EMB-145 XR)
INDICATION 1 LANDING GEAR CONTROL
LIGHTS COCKPIT DOME LDG NOSE INDICATION 2
IRS 1 LIGHTING EMERGENCY CTRL
PANEL LIGHTING PILOT'S LIGHTING PANEL COPILOT'S AND
PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM 1 PEDESTAL
PNEUMATIC 1 (EBV 1) PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM 2
RAM AIR DISTRIBUTION PITCH TRIM BACKUP
RMU 1 PITOT HEATING 3
RUDDER CONTROL SYSTEM 2 PNEUMATIC 2 (EBV 2)
SPS (SHAKER 1/CHANNEL 1) PUBLIC ADDRESS (#)
VHF 1 RMU 2
RUDDER CONTROL SYSTEM 1
STANDBY ALTIMETER
STANDBY ATTITUDE INDICATOR
VOICE RECORDER
WING ANTI-ICE INDICATION 2

(#) Applicable for airplanes with AMPL 1 supplied by ESSENTIAL DC BUS 2.

REVISION 3 EAP 5-15


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Electrical & Lighting

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

EAP 5-16 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES
ATTCS FAILURE................................................ EAP 6-3
BLEED ENGINE LEAK .........................refer to EAP 1-4
DUAL ENGINE FAILURE ................................... EAP 6-3
ENGINE ATTCS NO MARGIN ............................ EAP 6-5
ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE DAMAGE OR
SEPARATION ................................................ EAP 6-6

ENGINE OIL LOW PRESSURE ......................... EAP 6-7


ENGINE ANTI-ICING FAILURE.............refer to EAP 11-5
ENGINE ATS SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN............. EAP 6-8
ENGINE CONTROL FAILURE ........................... EAP 6-9
ENGINE FUEL LOW PRESSURE .........refer to EAP 9-5
ENGINE FUEL LOW TEMPERATURE..refer to EAP 9-6
ENGINE FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE
INOPERATIVE .................................. refer to EAP 9-6
ENGINE OUT...................................................... EAP 6-10
ENGINE THRUST LEVER FAILURE .................. EAP 6-11
ENGINE THRUST REVERSER
FAILURE/DISAGREE..................................... EAP 6-12
ENGINE FUEL FILTER
IMPENDING BYPASS................................... EAP 6-12
ENGINE HYDRAULIC PUMP
FAILURE.......................................... refer to EAP 10-8
ENGINE IDLE STOP FAILURE ......................... EAP 6-13
NON ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES
ABNORMAL ENGINE START ............... refer to NAP-15
ENGINE ABNORMAL VIBRATION ....... refer to NAP-18
ENGINE AIRSTART .............................. refer to NAP-19
ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN ........... refer to NAP-23
ENGINE OIL HIGH PRESSURE............ refer to NAP-24
ENGINE OIL HIGH TEMPERATURE..... refer to NAP-24
ENGINE OIL LOW LEVEL .................... refer to NAP-24
ENGINE OIL LOW PRESSURE ............ refer to NAP-25
ENGINE OVERTEMPERATURE ........... refer to NAP-25
LOSS OF ENGINE INDICATIONS......... refer to NAP-30
ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE
APPROACH AND LANDING............. refer to NAP-35
SINGLE ENGINE BLEED OPERATION
IN ICING CONDITIONS .................... refer to NAP-41

REVISION 2 EAP 6-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


ATTCS FAIL ....................................................... EAP 6-3
BLD 1 (2) LEAK .................................... refer to EAP 1-4
E1 (2) ATTCS NO MRGN ................................... EAP 6-5

E1 (2) OIL LOW PRESS..................................... EAP 6-7


ENG 1 (2) FIRE .................................................. EAP 6-6
ENG 1-2 OUT ..................................................... EAP 6-3
E1 (2) A/ICE FAIL ................................. refer to EAP 11-5
E1 (2) ATS SOV OPN........................................ EAP 6-8
E1 (2) CTL FAIL ................................................. EAP 6-9
E1 (2) FUEL LO PRESS........................ refer to EAP 9-5
E1 (2) FUEL LO TEMP.......................... refer to EAP 9-6
E1 (2) FUEL SOV INOP ........................ refer to EAP 9-6
ENG1 (2) OUT .................................................... EAP 6-10
ENG1 (2) REV DISAGREE................................. EAP 6-12
ENG1 (2) REV FAIL ........................................... EAP 6-12
ENG1 (2) TLA FAIL ............................................ EAP 6-11
E1 (2) FUEL IMP BYP ....................................... EAP 6-12
E1-2 FUEL IMP BYP ......................................... EAP 6-12
E1 (2) HYD PUMP FAIL ....................... refer to EAP 10-8
E1 (2) IDL STP FAIL ......................................... EAP 6-13

EAP 6-2 REVISION 2


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

ATTCS FAILURE
EICAS Warning: ATTCS FAIL
Thrust Levers ........................................MAX
Another takeoff is not permitted.
END

DUAL ENGINE FAILURE


EICAS Warning: ENG 1-2 OUT may be presented.

Oxygen Mask .........................................AS REQUIRED


Fuel Pump Pwr Tank 1 and 2 ...............ON
Fuel Pump Sel 1 and 2 ..........................A OR B
APU.........................................................START
Airspeed for engine windmilling start:
Above 10’000 ft .................................MIN 250 KIAS
Below 10’000 ft..................................220 TO 250 KIAS

No
APU SERVICEABLE?
Yes
Thrust Levers ........................................IDLE
Engine 1 and 2 Start/Stop Selectors ...STOP
APU Bleed..............................................PUSH IN
Engine Bleeds 1 and 2 ..........................PUSH OUT
Below 25’000 ft:
Engine 1 Start/Stop Selector ...........START, THEN
RUN
No
ENGINE 1 STARTS?
Yes

ENGINE 2 AIRSTART
Procedure (NAP-19)..........................ACCOMPLISH
END

Engine 1 Start/Stop Selector ................STOP


Engine 2 Start/Stop Selector ................START, THEN
RUN

CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

REVISION 4 EAP 6-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


No
ENGINE 2 STARTS?
Yes

ENGINE 1 AIRSTART
Procedure (NAP-19)..........................AS REQUIRED
END

NOTE: Windmilling starts can be attempted in both engines


simultaneously.

N2............................................................MIN 10%
Initiate windmilling start with N2 as high as possible.
Once N2 is below 10%, it may not be recovered.
Thrust Levers ........................................IDLE
Engine 1 and 2 Start/Stop Selectors....STOP
Engine 1 and 2 Start/Stop Selectors....START, THEN
RUN
No
ANY ENGINE STARTS?

Yes
No
INOPERATIVE ENGINE START CONSIDERED?
Yes
ENGINE AIRSTART (inoperative engine)
Procedure (NAP-19)..........................AS REQUIRED
END

ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
(inoperative engine)
Procedure (NAP-23)..........................AS REQUIRED
END

DITCHING (NAP-5) OR FORCED


LANDING (NAP-8) Procedure ..........ACCOMPLISH
END

EAP 6-4 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

ENGINE ATTCS NO MARGIN


EICAS Warning: E1 (2) ATTCS NO MRGN
Another takeoff is not permitted.
END

ORIGINAL EAP 6-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE DAMAGE OR


SEPARATION
EICAS Warning: ENG 1 (2) FIRE (in case of fire).
Light: Engine Fire Handle
Aural Warning: BELL (in case of fire).
Associated Thrust Lever ..................... IDLE
Associated Start/Stop Selector........... STOP
Associated Fire Extinguishing
Handle .............................................. PULL (DO NOT
ROTATE)
LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.

.......................................................... WAIT 30 SECS


No
ENG 1 (2) FIRE MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes
Fire Extinguishing Handle (1st shot) ... ROTATE

.......................................................... WAIT 30 SECS


No
ENG 1 (2) FIRE MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes
Fire Extinguishing Handle (2nd shot).. ROTATE

Remaining Engine Thrust Rating........ CON


XFeed.................................................... OFF
Associated Fuel Pump Power............. OFF
Associated Bleed ................................. PUSH OUT
Associated Generators........................ PUSH OUT
APU (if serviceable) ............................. START
APU Generator ..................................... CHECK
PUSHED IN
Altitude ................................................. MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
ICING CONDITIONS? No

Yes
Altitude ................................................. MAX 15’000 FT,
MIN MEA
If it is not possible to descend below 15’000 ft:
Icing Conditions .............................. EXIT

ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE APPROACH AND


LANDING Procedure (NAP-35) ..... AS REQUIRED
END

EAP 6-6 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

ENGINE OIL LOW PRESSURE


EICAS Warning: E1 (2) OIL LOW PRESS may be
presented.
EICAS Indication: Oil pressure may be red.
No
OIL PRESSURE IN THE RED RANGE?
Yes
Associated Thrust Lever ..................... IDLE
Reduce Thrust Lever to at least N2 below 88%, until
pressure is within limits.
No
OIL PRESSURE STILL IN THE RED RANGE?

Yes
Associated ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23)......................... ACCOMPLISH

Message................................................ DISREGARD

END

REVISION 2 EAP 6-7


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

ENGINE ATS SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN


EICAS Caution: E1 (2) ATS SOV OPN

No
ON GROUND?
Yes

Associated Bleeds
(including APU bleed) ..................... PUSH OUT
XBleed .................................................. CLOSE
Thrust Levers ....................................... IDLE
Associated Start/Stop Selector........... STOP
NOTE: If engine shutdown does not occur, pull the fire
extinguishing handle.
END

Icing Conditions................................... EXIT/AVOID


Altitude ................................................. MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
Engine 2
ASSOCIATED ENGINE?
Engine 1

APU Bleed ............................................ PUSH OUT

Associated Engine Bleed .................... PUSH OUT


XBleed .................................................. CLOSE
END

EAP 6-8 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

ENGINE CONTROL FAILURE


EICAS Caution: E1 (2) CTL FAIL may be presented.

CAUTION: DO NOT MANUALLY ALTERNATE ASSOCIATED


FADECS.
FADEC In Control................................. CHECK
Associated FADEC............................... RESET
No
FADEC IN CONTROL CHANGES?

Yes
Avoid quick movements of the associated Thrust
Lever.
NOTE: Thrust Lever movements may cause surge or an
uncommanded engine shutdown.

Affected ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN


Procedure (NAP-23)......................... AS REQUIRED
END

Engine control recovered.

END

ORIGINAL EAP 6-9


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

ENGINE OUT
EICAS Caution: ENG1 (2) OUT

Associated Thrust Lever ..................... IDLE


Associated Start/Stop Selector........... STOP
NOTE: If engine shutdown does not occur, pull the associated
fire extinguishing handle.

Engine Thrust Rating........................... CON


APU (if available).................................. START
APU Bleed ............................................ AS REQUIRED
XBleed .................................................. AS REQUIRED
Fuel ....................................................... BALANCE
No
ENGINE RESTART CONSIDERED?

Yes
Affected ENGINE AIRSTART
Procedure (NAP-19)......................... ACCOMPLISH
END

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


Altitude ................................................. MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
ICING CONDITIONS?
No

Yes
XBleed .................................................. OPEN
Altitude ................................................. MEA OR
15’000 FT,
WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER
If it is not possible to descend below 15’000 ft:
Icing Conditions .............................. EXIT

ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE


APPROACH AND LANDING
Procedure (NAP-35)......................... AS REQUIRED
END

EAP 6-10 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

ENGINE THRUST LEVER FAILURE


EICAS Caution: ENG1 (2) TLA FAIL

Associated FADEC............................... RESET


No
THRUST LEVER CONTROL RECOVERED?
Yes

END

Associated FADEC............................... ALTN


No
THRUST LEVER CONTROL RECOVERED?
Yes

END

Thrust can be partially controlled through the Thrust


Rating Buttons.
Affected ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23)......................... AS REQUIRED
END

ORIGINAL EAP 6-11


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

ENGINE THRUST REVERSER


FAILURE/DISAGREE
EICAS Caution: ENG1 (2) REV FAIL or
ENG1 (2) REV DISAGREE

No
ON GROUND?
Yes
Do not takeoff.
END

ASSOCIATED N1 INDICATION BELOW No


THRUST LEVER SETTING?
Yes

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


Associated Thrust Lever ..................... IDLE
Airspeed ............................................... MAX 200 KIAS
Associated ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23)......................... ACCOMPLISH
END

Message ............................................... DISREGARD

END

ENGINE FUEL FILTER IMPENDING


BYPASS
EICAS Advisory: E1 (2) FUEL IMP BYP or
E1-2 FUEL IMP BYP
No
E1-2 FUEL IMP BYP MESSAGE PRESENTED?

Yes

LAND AT NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.

END

EAP 6-12 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

ENGINE IDLE STOP FAILURE


EICAS Advisory: E1 (2) IDL STP FAIL
Protection against thrust lever movement below flight
idle is not available.
Be careful when reducing engines near IDLE.
CAUTION: NEVER SET THRUST LEVER BELOW IDLE
INFLIGHT.
END

ORIGINAL EAP 6-13


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Engine

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EAP 6-14 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fire Protection

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES
BAGGAGE SMOKE............................... refer to S-3
ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE DAMAGE OR
SEPARATION ................................... refer to EAP 6-6
APU FIRE DETECTION FAILURE.......................EAP 7-3
APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING INOPERATIVE.......EAP 7-3
BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT FIRE
EXTINGUISHING INOPERATIVE ...................EAP 7-4
ENGINE FIRE DETECTION FAILURE ................EAP 7-4
ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING
INOPERATIVE ................................................EAP 7-5

NON ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

CABIN FIRE OR SMOKE ...................... refer to S-5


ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FIRE OR
SMOKE........................................... refer to S-6

ORIGINAL EAP 7-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fire Protection

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


BAGG SMOKE...................................... refer to S-3
ENG 1 (2) FIRE ..................................... refer to EAP 6-6
APU FIREDET FAIL ............................................ EAP 7-3
APU EXTBTL INOP ............................................ EAP 7-3
BAGG EXTBTL INOP ......................................... EAP 7-4
E1 (2) FIREDET FAIL ......................................... EAP 7-4
E1 (2) EXTBTLA INOP ....................................... EAP 7-5
E1 (2) EXTBTLB INOP ....................................... EAP 7-5

EAP 7-2 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fire Protection

APU FIRE DETECTION FAILURE


EICAS Caution: APU FIREDET FAIL

No
ASSOCIATED TO APU FAILURE?

Yes

APU FIRE Procedure (EAP 3-3) ........... ACCOMPLISH


END

No
ASSOCIATED TO SUSPECTED
APU FIRE OR OVERHEAT?

Yes

APU FIRE Procedure (EAP 3-3) ........... ACCOMPLISH

END

The APU fire detection system is inoperative.


END

APU FIRE EXTINGUISHING INOPERATIVE


EICAS Caution: APU EXTBTL INOP
Condition: Affected bottle has not been
discharged intentionally.
APU fire protection is not available.
Consider shutting the APU down.
END

ORIGINAL EAP 7-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fire Protection

BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT FIRE


EXTINGUISHING INOPERATIVE
EICAS Caution: BAGG EXTBTL INOP (if installed).
Condition: Affected bottle has not been
discharged intentionally.

No
BAGG SMOKE MESSAGE DISPLAYED?

Yes
LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.
BAGGAGE SMOKE Procedure (S-3) ... AS REQUIRED
END

Baggage fire protection is not available.

END

ENGINE FIRE DETECTION FAILURE


EICAS Caution: E1 (2) FIREDET FAIL

No
ASSOCIATED TO ENGINE FAILURE?

Yes
Affected ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE
DAMAGE OR SEPARATION
Procedure (EAP 6-6)........................ ACCOMPLISH
END

ASSOCIATED TO SUSPECTED No
ENGINE FIRE OR OVERHEAT?

Yes
Affected ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE
DAMAGE OR SEPARATION
Procedure (EAP 6-6)........................ ACCOMPLISH
END

The associated engine fire detection system is


inoperative.
END

EAP 7-4 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fire Protection

ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHING


INOPERATIVE
EICAS Caution: E1 (2) EXTBTLA INOP or
E1 (2) EXTBTLB INOP
Condition: Affected bottle has not been
discharged intentionally.

Only one bottle is available to protect both engines


against fire.
END

ORIGINAL EAP 7-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fire Protection

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EAP 7-6 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Flight Controls

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

PITCH TRIM INOPERATIVE............................... EAP 8-3


AILERON SYSTEM INOPERATIVE.................... EAP 8-5
FLAP FAILURE .................................................. EAP 8-6
INADVERTENT SPOILER OPEN ....................... EAP 8-7
PITCH TRIM SWITCH INOPERATIVE................ EAP 8-8
RUDDER HARDOVER PROTECTION
FAILURE........................................................ EAP 8-8
RUDDER MOVABLE STOPS DISAGREE.......... EAP 8-8
RUDDER OVERBOOST ..................................... EAP 8-9
RUDDER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE .................... EAP 8-10
SPEED BRAKE LEVER DISAGREE .................. EAP 8-11
FLAP LOW ACTUATION SPEED....................... EAP 8-11

NON ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

AILERON RUNAWAY............................refer to NAP-3


JAMMED AILERON...............................refer to NAP-10
JAMMED ELEVATOR ...........................refer to NAP-10
JAMMED RUDDER ...............................refer to NAP-11
PITCH TRIM RUNAWAY .......................refer to NAP-13
ROLL TRIM RUNAWAY ........................refer to NAP-3
AILERON ARTIFICIAL FEEL
INOPERATIVE ..................................refer to NAP-17
ASYMMETRIC RUDDER
OPERATION .....................................refer to NAP-17
GUST LOCK FAILURE..........................refer to NAP-27
RUDDER ARTIFICIAL FEEL
INOPERATIVE ..................................refer to NAP-39
RUDDER RUNAWAY ............................refer to NAP-40
STIFFENED ELEVATOR .......................refer to NAP-41
UNCOMMANDED AILERON
DISCONNECTION ............................refer to NAP-43
UNCOMMANDED ELEVATOR
DISCONNECTION ............................refer to NAP-43
YAW TRIM RUNAWAY..........................refer to NAP-40

ORIGINAL EAP 8-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Flight Controls

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


PTRIM BACKUP INOP....................................... EAP 8-3
PTRIM MAIN INOP............................................. EAP 8-3
AIL SYS 1 (2) INOP............................................ EAP 8-5
FLAP FAIL.......................................................... EAP 8-6
PTRIM BKP SW FAIL......................................... EAP 8-8
PTRIM CPT SW FAIL ......................................... EAP 8-8
PTRIM F/O SW FAIL .......................................... EAP 8-8
RUD HDOV PROTFAIL ...................................... EAP 8-8
RUD STOP DISAGREE...................................... EAP 8-8
RUDDER OVERBOOST..................................... EAP 8-9
RUDDER SYS 1 (2) INOP .................................. EAP 8-10
RUDDER SYS 1-2 INOP .................................... EAP 8-10
SPBK LVR DISAGREE ...................................... EAP 8-11
SPOILER FAIL ................................................... EAP 8-7
FLAP LOW SPEED ............................................ EAP 8-11

EAP 8-2 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Flight Controls

PITCH TRIM INOPERATIVE


EICAS Warning: PTRIM MAIN INOP and/or
PTRIM BACKUP INOP
The following message may be displayed:
EICAS CAUTION: AUTO TRIM FAIL

MESSAGE DISPLAYED WITHOUT No


PRESSING ANY PITCH TRIM SWITCH?

Yes
Both
INOPERATIVE SYSTEM(S)?

Main Backup
Pitch Trim Main Sys Cutout................. PUSH OUT
Autopilot ............................................... DISENGAGE
Back up system can be used to trim the airplane.
END

Pitch Trim Backup Sys Cutout ............ PUSH OUT


Main system can be used to trim the airplane.
Autopilot is available.
END

Pitch Trim Main Sys Cutout................. PUSH OUT


Pitch Trim Backup Sys Cutout ............ PUSH OUT
Consider LANDING AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE
AIRPORT
Autopilot ............................................... DISENGAGE

No
AIRPLANE PITCH UP TENDENCY?

Yes

ANY PITCH TRIM SWITCH (PILOT, No


COPILOT OR BACKUP) WORKING?

Yes
Continue the flight using operative switch.
If Main Pitch Trim System is inoperative, do not engage the
Autopilot.

END

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ORIGINAL EAP 8-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Flight Controls

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

WARNING: DO NOT OPEN SPEEDBRAKE.

Airspeed ............................................... REDUCE


If it is necessary to reduce airspeed below 180 KIAS (or
200 KIAS in icing conditions), extend flaps to 9° (at 20000 ft
maximum).
If it is necessary to reduce airspeed below 160 KIAS, extend
flaps to 22°.
NOTE: Turning the airplane and extending the landing gear
helps to maintain minimum airspeed with unwanted
pitch up tendency.
Landing Configuration:
Landing Gear ................................... DOWN
Flaps................................................. 22°
VREF ................................................... VREF45 + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.45.
END

WARNING: DO NOT OPEN SPEEDBRAKE.


No
AIRPLANE PITCH DOWN TENDENCY?
Yes

Airspeed ............................................... REDUCE


Below 250 KIAS ............................... FLAPS 9°
(MAX 20’000 FT)
Below 180 KIAS ............................... FLAPS 22°
Reducing speed and extending flaps helps to reduce
control forces.

Landing Configuration:
Landing Gear ................................... DOWN
Delay gear extension as long as possible.
Flaps................................................. 22°
VREF ................................................... VREF45 + 25 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.75.

END

EAP 8-4 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Flight Controls

AILERON SYSTEM INOPERATIVE


EICAS Caution: AIL SYS 1 (2) INOP

Affected Aileron Shutoff ...................... PUSH OUT


Airspeed................................................ MAX 250 KIAS
No
BOTH SYSTEMS FAILED?
Yes
Remaining Aileron Shutoff .................. PUSH OUT
Autopilot ............................................... DISENGAGE
Expect greater aileron control force. If required, both
pilots should act together to control airplane.
Avoid landing at airports with anticipated turbulence,
gusts or crosswind.
Perform a long final approach.
Landing Configuration:
Landing Gear ................................... DOWN
Flaps................................................. 22°
VREF ................................................... VREF45 + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.45.

END

ORIGINAL EAP 8-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Flight Controls

FLAP FAILURE
EICAS Caution: FLAP FAIL
Condition: Flap operation is not possible.
EICAS Indication: Flap position may become amber.

If flap indication on EICAS is not available, use the RMU


Engine Backup Page 2 or flap position marks on the wing.
With flaps at intermediate positions, limit airspeed
according to the following:

FLAPS POSITION MAX AIRSPEED


1° to 9° 250 KIAS
10° to 22° 180 KIAS
23° to 45° 145 KIAS

VREF:
FLAPS POSITION VREF
0 to 8° VREF45 + 30 KIAS
9° to 21° VREF45 + 10 KIAS
22° to 44° VREF45 + 5 KIAS
45° VREF45

At crew discretion:
EGPWS CB’s (J7 or J8)................... PULL

CAUTION: • IF FLAPS FAILED BETWEEN 22° AND 45°


POSITIONS, EXIT OR AVOID ICING
CONDITIONS.
• MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY:

FLAPS POSITION FACTOR


0 to 8° 1.70
9° to 21° 1.40
22° to 44° 1.20

END

EAP 8-6 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Flight Controls

INADVERTENT SPOILER OPEN


EICAS Caution: SPOILER FAIL (may be presented).
Condition: Sudden airspeed or altitude loss,
buffeting or roll tendency.
EICAS Indication: SPLRS OPN

Speed Brake ......................................... CLOSE


Spoilers CB’s F13, F14 and F20 .......... PULL
Do not reduce Thrust during flare.
Landing Configuration:
Flaps................................................. 22°
VREF45 ................................................. VREF45 + 10 KIAS
Jammed Open
PANEL FAILURE MODE?
Jammed Closed or Floating

CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED


LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.50.

END

CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED


LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.45.

END

ORIGINAL EAP 8-7


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Flight Controls

PITCH TRIM SWITCH INOPERATIVE


EICAS Caution: PTRIM CPT SW FAIL,
PTRIM F/O SW FAIL or
PTRIM BKP SW FAIL
No
ON GROUND?

Yes
Deenergize the airplane and energize it again.
END

Use another serviceable switch.


END

RUDDER HARDOVER PROTECTION


FAILURE
EICAS Caution: RUD HDOV PROTFAIL

Rudder hardover protection is not available.


END

RUDDER MOVABLE STOPS DISAGREE


EICAS Caution: RUD STOP DISAGREE (some
airplanes may have an indication light
instead of EICAS message).

ON GROUND? No

Yes

Confirm the stop position with maintenance


personnel.
Beyond 10°
RUDDER STOP POSITION?

10°
Use takeoff performance charts.
END

Do not takeoff.

More rudder travel may be available.


Use rudder with caution.
END

EAP 8-8 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Flight Controls

RUDDER OVERBOOST
EICAS Caution: RUDDER OVERBOOST

Rudder Shutoff 2.................................. PUSH OUT


No
RUDDER OVERBOOST MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes
Rudder Shutoff 2.................................. PUSH IN
Rudder Shutoff 1.................................. PUSH OUT
Below 135 KIAS:
Rudder Shutoff 1 ............................. PUSH IN
END

Below 135 KIAS:


Rudder Shutoff 2 ............................. PUSH IN
END

ORIGINAL EAP 8-9


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Flight Controls

RUDDER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE


EICAS Caution: RUDDER SYS 1 (2) INOP or
RUDDER SYS 1-2 INOP
No
FOLLOWING A RUDDER RUNAWAY?
Yes
RUDDER RUNAWAY
Procedure (NAP-40)......................... ACCOMPLISH
END

Both (1 and 2)
INOPERATIVE SYSTEM?
Only one (1 or 2)

Affected Rudder Shutoff...................... PUSH OUT


END

Rudder Shutoff 2.................................. PUSH OUT


No
RUDDER 1-2 INOP MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes
Rudder Shutoff 1.................................. PUSH OUT
Rudder Shutoffs 1 and 2 ..................... PUSH IN
No
RUDDER 1-2 INOP MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes
Expect heavier than normal rudder pedals. If required,
combine effort of both pilots.
Consider use of aileron and asymmetric thrust to control
the airplane.
Avoid airports with reported gusts, turbulence or
crosswind.

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EAP 8-10 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Flight Controls
CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

No
LANDING IN ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes

Landing Configuration:
Flaps................................................. 22°
VREF45 ................................................. VREF45 + 10 KIAS

CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED


LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.45.

END

SPEED BRAKE LEVER DISAGREE


EICAS Caution: SPBK LVR DISAGREE

Speed Brake Lever............................... CLOSE

END

FLAP LOW ACTUATION SPEED


EICAS Advisory: FLAP LOW SPEED

Anticipate flap actuation.

END

ORIGINAL EAP 8-11


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Flight Controls

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EAP 8-12 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fuel

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES
CHECK AIRCRAFT LOAD ................................EAP 9-3
FUEL LOW LEVEL............................................EAP 9-3
FUEL TRANSFER CRITICAL ............................EAP 9-4
APU FUEL LOW PRESSURE ..............refer to EAP 3-5
APU FUEL SHUTOFF
VALVE INOPERATIVE..................................EAP 9-5
ENGINE FUEL LOW PRESSURE .....................EAP 9-5
ENGINE FUEL LOW TEMPERATURE ..............EAP 9-6
ENGINE FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE
INOPERATIVE ..............................................EAP 9-6
FUEL CROSSFEED FAILURE ..........................EAP 9-7
FUEL CROSSFEED MISCOMMAND ................EAP 9-7
FUEL IMBALANCE ...........................................EAP 9-10
FUEL TANK LOW TEMPERATURE..................EAP 9-7
FUEL TANK VENTILATION
VALVE OPEN ...............................................EAP 9-8
FUEL TRANSFER SYSTEM
CHECK .........................................................EAP 9-8
FUEL TRANSFER SYSTEM
INOPERATIVE ..............................................EAP 9-9
FUSELAGE FUEL IMBALANCE .......................EAP 9-10
WING FUEL IMBALANCE.................................EAP 9-10
WING TANKS OVERFLOW ..............................EAP 9-10
ENGINE FUEL FILTER
IMPENDING BYPASS...................... refer to EAP 6-12

ORIGINAL EAP 9-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fuel

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


CHECK ACFT LOAD......................................... EAP 9-3
FUEL 1 (2) LO LEVEL....................................... EAP 9-3
FUEL XFER CRITICAL ..................................... EAP 9-4
APU FUEL LO PRESS ......................... refer to EAP 3-5
APU FUEL SOV INOP....................................... EAP 9-5
E1 (2) FUEL LO PRESS.................................... EAP 9-5
E1 (2) FUEL LO TEMP...................................... EAP 9-6
E1 (2) FUEL SOV INOP .................................... EAP 9-6
FUEL IMBALANCE ........................................... EAP 9-10
FUEL TANK LO TEMP...................................... EAP 9-7
FUEL TK VENT OPEN ...................................... EAP 9-8
FUEL XFEED FAIL............................................ EAP 9-7
FUEL XFEED MISCMD ..................................... EAP 9-7
FUEL XFER 1 (2) INOP..................................... EAP 9-9
FUEL XFER CHECK ......................................... EAP 9-8
FUEL XFER OVERFLOW ................................. EAP 9-10
FUSELAGE FUEL IMB...................................... EAP 9-10
E1 (2) FUEL IMP BYP .......................... refer to EAP 6-12
E1-2 FUEL IMP BYP ............................ refer to EAP 6-12

EAP 9-2 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fuel

CHECK AIRCRAFT LOAD


EICAS Warning: CHECK ACFT LOAD

Thrust Levers ................................... LONG RANGE


CRUISE
Fuselage Transfer System .............. CHECK STATUS
No
FUEL TRANSFER OPERATIVE?
Yes

END

Consider diversion.
Remaining Fuel ................................ CHECK
Avoid rapid maneuvers and flying in severe
turbulence conditions.
Before touchdown:
Rate of Descent ......................... MAX 450 FT/MIN
Touch smoothly the runway surface.
Reduce engine thrust only after touchdown.

END

FUEL LOW LEVEL


EICAS Warning: FUEL 1 (2) LO LEVEL
MFD Indication: Fuel quantity in red range.
Thrust Levers ..................................... LONG RANGE
CRUISE
No
FUEL QUANTITY IS SUFFICIENT?
Yes

END

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


Avoid attitudes in excess of 10° nose down or 12° nose
up attitude, uncoordinated maneuvers and negative g's.
XFeed Operation ................................ AS REQUIRED
END

REVISION 4 EAP 9-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fuel

FUEL TRANSFER CRITICAL


EICAS Warning: FUEL XFER CRITICAL

Thrust Levers ................................... LONG RANGE


CRUISE
Fuselage Transfer System............... CHECK STATUS

No
FUEL TRANSFER OPERATIVE?
Yes

END

Consider diversion.
Remaining Fuel ................................ CHECK
Avoid rapid maneuvers and flying in severe
turbulence conditions.
Before touchdown:
Rate of Descent ......................... MAX 450 FT/MIN
Touch smoothly the runway surface.
Reduce engine thrust only after touchdown.

END

EAP 9-4 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fuel

APU FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE


INOPERATIVE
EICAS Caution: APU FUEL SOV INOP
APU Fuel Shutoff Button ................. CHECK NOT
PRESSED
No
APU RUNNING NORMALLY?
Yes

Disregard the message.

END

No
APU SHUTOFF VALVE REMAINS CLOSED?
Yes

APU Master Knob ............................. OFF

END

ENGINE FUEL LOW PRESSURE


EICAS Caution: E1 (2) FUEL LO PRESS
Condition: One or more affected tank electric fuel
pump may be inoperative.
Associated Fuel Pump Sel .............. SELECT ANOTHER

ALL PUMPS INOPERATIVE No


IN THE AFFECTED TANK?

Yes

Altitude.............................................. MAX 25’000 FT,


MIN MEA
NOTE: If required, the flight may proceed above 25’000 ft using
XFEED.
Avoid rapid thrust lever movements and set minimum
required thrust.
END

END

ORIGINAL EAP 9-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fuel

ENGINE FUEL LOW TEMPERATURE


EICAS Caution: E1 (2) FUEL LO TEMP
WARNING: ENGINE FLAMEOUT MAY OCCUR IF FUEL
TANK LO TEMP MESSAGE IS PRESENTED,
OR E1 (2) FUEL LO TEMP IS PRESENTED
WITHOUT FUEL ICING INHIBITOR.

No
ON GROUND?
Yes

Do not takeoff.
END

Descend to lower altitude and monitor engine


indications as long as the message remains.
END

ENGINE FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE


INOPERATIVE
EICAS Caution: E1 (2) FUEL SOV INOP

Engine Fuel Indications .......................... MONITOR

No
AFTER PULLING FIRE HANDLE?
Yes

XFEED ...................................................... OFF


Associated Fuel Pump Pwr .................... OFF
END

Fire Extinguishing Handle ...................... CHECK IN


No
ENGINE OPERATION NORMAL?
Yes
Message ................................................... DISREGARD
END

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


Associated ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN
Procedure (NAP-23)............................ ACCOMPLISH
END

EAP 9-6 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fuel

FUEL CROSSFEED FAILURE


EICAS Caution: FUEL XFEED FAIL
Fuel Imbalance .................................MONITOR
Asymmetric Thrust ..........................AS REQUIRED
END

FUEL CROSSFEED MISCOMMAND


EICAS Caution: FUEL XFEED MISCMD

XFEED...............................................OFF
Fuel Imbalance .................................CHECK
XFEED...............................................AS REQUIRED
Check XFEED selector knob properly positioned to
correct wing fuel imbalance.

END

FUEL TANK LOW TEMPERATURE


EICAS Caution: FUEL TANK LO TEMP
MFD Indication: Fuel temperature in amber range.

WARNING: ENGINE FLAMEOUT MAY OCCUR.

No
ON GROUND?
Yes

Do not takeoff.
END

Descend to lower altitude and monitor engine


indications as long as the message remains.

END

ORIGINAL EAP 9-7


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fuel

FUEL TANK VENTILATION VALVE OPEN


EICAS Caution: FUEL TK VENT OPEN
No
ON GROUND?

Yes
Do not takeoff.

END

While there is fuel in aft auxiliary fuel tanks:


Altitude .............................................MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
Airspeed ...........................................MAX 300 KIAS
Avoid pitch attitudes in excess of 5° nose up attitude,
uncoordinated maneuvers and negative g`s.
END

FUEL TRANSFER SYSTEM CHECK


EICAS Caution: FUEL XFER CHECK
FUS TK XFER ...................................FUS 1 OR FUS 2

END

EAP 9-8 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fuel

FUEL TRANSFER SYSTEM INOPERATIVE


EICAS Caution: FUEL XFER 1 (2) INOP
No
ON GROUND?

Yes
Do not takeoff.

END

FWD PUMP SEL............................ALTERNATE


No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes

Altitude..........................................MIN 20’000 FT

No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes
FUS TK XFER................................ALTERNATE
FUS TK

Fuel Quantity ................................MONITOR


Check remaining fuel quantity available and consider
diversion.

END

ORIGINAL EAP 9-9


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Fuel

FUSELAGE FUEL IMBALANCE


EICAS Caution: FUSELAGE FUEL IMB
If fuel imbalance is confirmed:
FUS TK XFER ...................................... OFF
Auxiliary Tanks Quantity on MFD ..... CHECK

ANY LEFT SIDE AUXILIARY No


TANKS QUANTITY DECREASES?

Yes
FUS TK XFER ...................................... FUS 1
END

ANY RIGHT SIDE AUXILIARY No


TANKS QUANTITY DECREASES?

Yes

FUS TK XFER ...................................... FUS 2

END

WING FUEL IMBALANCE


EICAS Caution: FUEL IMBALANCE
No
FUEL LEAK SUSPECTED?
Yes
FUEL LEAK Procedure (NAP-42) ............ ACCOMPLISH
END

If wing fuel imbalance is confirmed:


XFEED Operation................................ ACCOMPLISH
END

WING TANKS OVERFLOW


EICAS Caution: FUEL XFER OVERFLOW
FUS TK XFER.........................................OFF
When required:
FUS TK XFER ....................................FUS 1 OR FUS 2
Wing Fuel Quantity...........................MONITOR
Monitor wing fuel quantity and turn Fuselage Tank
Transfer Knob OFF when wing fuel reaches
2400 kg.
END

EAP 9-10 REVISION 5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Hydraulics

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES
BOTH HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS FAILURE .......... EAP 10-3
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1 FAILURE .................... EAP 10-5
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 2 FAILURE .................... EAP 10-6
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OVERHEAT ................... EAP 10-8
ENGINE HYDRAULIC PUMP FAILURE ............. EAP 10-8
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM LOW QUANTITY ........... EAP 10-9

ORIGINAL EAP 10-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Hydraulics

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


HYD SYS 1-2 FAIL ............................................. EAP 10-3
HYD SYS 1 FAIL ................................................ EAP 10-5
HYD SYS 2 FAIL ................................................ EAP 10-6
HYD SYS 1 (2) OVHT......................................... EAP 10-8
E1 (2) HYD PUMP FAIL ..................................... EAP 10-8
HYD1 (2) LO QTY .............................................. EAP 10-9

EAP 10-2 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Hydraulics

BOTH HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS FAILURE


EICAS Caution: HYD SYS 1-2 FAIL
MFD Indication: Hydraulic pressure may be amber.
Condition: Noise increase due to nose landing
gear doors open.
The following messages will be displayed:
EICAS Caution: AIL SYS 1-2 INOP,
RUDDER SYS 1-2 INOP
EICAS Advisory: E1-2 HYD PUMP FAIL

CAUTION: DO NOT OPEN THE SPEED BRAKES.


Airspeed............................................ MAX 250 KIAS
ANY HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FLUID No
QUANTITY IN GREEN RANGE?

Yes
System(s) in green range:
Hydraulic Elec Pump(s) .............. ON
No
AT LEAST ONE SYSTEM RECOVERED?
Yes
Hydraulic 2
WHICH SYSTEM RECOVERED?
Hydraulic 1
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 2 FAILURE
Procedure (EAP 10-6).................. AS REQUIRED
END

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1 FAILURE


Procedure (EAP 10-5).................. AS REQUIRED
END

LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.


CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 2.67.
Autopilot/Yaw Damper..................... DISENGAGE
Both Hydraulic Elec Pumps ............ OFF
Expect greater aileron and rudder control force. If
required, both pilots should act together to control
airplane. Consider using aileron and asymmetric thrust
to help yaw control.
CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

ORIGINAL EAP 10-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Hydraulics

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

Relevant Inoperative Items:


Normal gear extension Anti-skid Thrust reversers
Normal brakes Steering Spoilers
Main door retraction

Approach:
APU ....................................................AS REQUIRED
Altimeters ..........................................SET AND CROSS
CHECKED
Approach Aids ..................................SET AND
CROSS
CHECKED
Speed Bugs.......................................SET
Set speed bugs considering the new landing
configuration presented below.
Pressurization...................................CHECK
Go-Around Procedure...........................REVIEW
If necessary, accomplish a normal go-around
procedure except that landing gear cannot be
retracted.
Before Landing:
Free Fall Lever ..................................ACTUATE
Landing Gear Lever..........................DOWN
Perform a long final approach.
Avoid landings at airports with anticipated crosswind
or turbulence.
CAUTION: DO NOT FLARE.
Use rudder for directional control on ground.
During landing run, pull Emergency Brake Handle
carefully.
Landing Configuration:
Landing Gear ....................................DOWN
Flaps ..................................................22°
VREF .....................................................VREF45 + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 2.67.

END

EAP 10-4 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Hydraulics

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1 FAILURE


EICAS Caution: HYD SYS 1 FAIL
MFD Indication: Hydraulic pressure may be amber.
Condition: Noise increase due to nose landing
gear doors open.
The following messages will be displayed:
EICAS Caution: AIL SYS 1 INOP,
RUDDER SYS 1 INOP
EICAS Advisory: E1 HYD PUMP FAIL

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1 FLUID No


QUANTITY IN GREEN RANGE?

Yes
Hydraulic Elec Pump 1 ........................ ON
No
SYSTEM RECOVERED?
Yes

END

Hydraulic Elec Pump 1 ........................ OFF


Airspeed................................................ MAX 250 KIAS
Relevant Inoperative Items:
Inboard Spoiler Normal gear extension Thrust reverser 1
Steering Main door retraction Outboard brakes
Before Landing:
Free Fall Lever ................................. ACTUATE
Landing Gear Lever......................... DOWN
Brake effectiveness will be reduced.
Do not actuate engine 1 Thrust Reverser.
No
LANDING IN ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes
Landing Configuration:
Flaps................................................. 22°
VREF ................................................... VREF45 + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 2.38.

END

CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

ORIGINAL EAP 10-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Hydraulics

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

Landing Configuration:
Flaps.............................................45°
VREF ...............................................VREF45
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.64.

END

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 2 FAILURE


EICAS Caution: HYD SYS 2 FAIL
MFD Indication: Hydraulic pressure may be amber.
The following messages will be displayed:
EICAS Caution: AIL SYS 2 INOP,
RUDDER SYS 2 INOP
EICAS Advisory: E2 HYD PUMP FAIL

CAUTION: DO NOT OPEN THE SPEED BRAKES.

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 2 FLUID No


QUANTITY IN GREEN RANGE?

Yes
Hydraulic Elec Pump 2 ....................ON
No
SYSTEM RECOVERED?
Yes

END

Hydraulic Elec Pump 2 ....................OFF


Airspeed ...........................................MAX 250 KIAS
Relevant Inoperative Items:
Outboard Spoiler Thrust reverser 2 Inboard brakes
The Emergency/Parking Brake has accumulator
pressure only.
Brake effectiveness will be reduced.
Do not actuate engine 2 Thrust Reverser.

CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE

EAP 10-6 REVISION 1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Hydraulics

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

No
LANDING IN ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes
Landing Configuration:
Landing Gear ...............................DOWN
Flaps.............................................22°
VREF ...............................................VREF45 + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 2.27.
END

Landing Configuration:
Landing Gear ...............................DOWN
Flaps.............................................45°
VREF ...............................................VREF45
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.56.

END

ORIGINAL EAP 10-7


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Hydraulics

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OVERHEAT


EICAS Caution: HYD SYS 1 (2) OVHT
Turn the affected system OFF:
Associated Hydraulic
Eng Pump Shutoff ..................PUSH IN
Associated Hydraulic
Elec Pump ...............................OFF
EICAS Messages related to associated hydraulic
system will be displayed while system is set to OFF.
Airspeed ...........................................MAX 250 KIAS
For remainder of flight, even if the message is
displayed:
Affected Hydraulic System .........15 MINUTES OFF,
1 MINUTE ON
NOTE: To turn the hydraulic system ON, first turn the
Hydraulic Elec Pump to AUTO. As soon as the
system pressure is recovered, push out the
Hydraulic Eng Pump Shutoff button.
During Approach and Landing or when required:
Affected Hydraulic System .........ON
After reaching taxi speed or when the system is no
longer required:
Affected Hydraulic System .........OFF
END

ENGINE HYDRAULIC PUMP FAILURE


EICAS Advisory: E1 (2) HYD PUMP FAIL
Altitude .............................................AT OR BELOW
37000 FT
Associated Hydraulic Elec Pump ...CHECK ON
Hydraulic 2
AFFECTED SYSTEM?
Hydraulic 1

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1 FAILURE


Procedure (EAP 10-5)..................AS REQUIRED
END

NOTE: Do not open the Speed Brakes.


HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 2 FAILURE
Procedure (EAP 10-6)..................AS REQUIRED

END

EAP 10-8 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Hydraulics

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM LOW QUANTITY


EICAS Advisory: HYD1 (2) LO QTY
MFD Indication: Hydraulic fluid quantity may be
amber.
Affected Hydraulic System ..............MONITOR
Hydraulic 2
AFFECTED SYSTEM?
Hydraulic 1

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1 FAILURE


Procedure (EAP 10-5) ..................AS REQUIRED
END

NOTE: Do not open the Speed Brakes.


HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 2 FAILURE
Procedure (EAP 10-6) ..................AS REQUIRED

END

ORIGINAL EAP 10-9


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Hydraulics

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EAP 10-10 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Ice & Rain Protection

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES
ICING CONDITIONS WITH ANTI-ICING
INOPERATIVE ............................................. EAP 11-3
ANTI-ICING LOW CAPACITY ........................ EAP 11-4
ANTI-ICING SWITCH OFF ............................. EAP 11-4
AOA HEATING INOPERATIVE ...................... EAP 11-4
ENGINE ANTI-ICING FAILURE...................... EAP 11-5
ICE DETECTOR FAIL..................................... EAP 11-5
NO ICE - ANTI-ICE ON................................... EAP 11-6
PITOT HEATING INOPERATIVE.................... EAP 11-6
STABILIZER ANTI-ICING FAILURE............... EAP 11-8
TAT HEATING INOPERATIVE ....................... EAP 11-7
WINDSHIELD HEATING FAILURE ................ EAP 11-7
WING ANTI-ICING FAILURE.......................... EAP 11-8

NON ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES


SINGLE ENGINE BLEED OPERATION
IN ICING CONDITIONS..................... refer to NAP-41

ORIGINAL EAP 11-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Ice & Rain Protection

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES

ICE COND-A/I INOP....................................... EAP 11-3


A/ICE LOW CAPACIT .................................... EAP 11-4
A/ICE SWITCH OFF ....................................... EAP 11-4
AOA 1 (2) HEAT INOP ................................... EAP 11-4
E1 (2) A/ICE FAIL........................................... EAP 11-5
ICE DET1 (2) FAIL ......................................... EAP 11-5
ICE DETECTORS FAIL .................................. EAP 11-5
NO ICE-A/ICE ON .......................................... EAP 11-6
PITOT 1 (2, 3) INOP ....................................... EAP 11-6
STAB A/ICE FAIL........................................... EAP 11-8
TAT 1 (2) HEAT INOP .................................... EAP 11-7
W/S 1 (2) HEAT FAIL ..................................... EAP 11-7
WG A/ICE FAIL .............................................. EAP 11-8

EAP 11-2 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Ice & Rain Protection

ICING CONDITIONS WITH ANTI-ICING


INOPERATIVE
EICAS Warning: ICE COND-A/I INOP
No
ON GROUND?
Yes
Thrust Levers .................................IDLE
Ice Detection Override Knob .........AUTO
Ice Detection Test Knob ................1, FOR 5 SECONDS,
THEN 2, FOR
5 SECONDS

ALL OPEN INSCRIPTIONS FLASH AT No


LEAST ONCE AND ICE DET 1 (OR 2) FAIL
AND ICE CONDITION DISPLAYED?

Yes
No
ANTI-ICING SYSTEM EICAS MESSAGES
DISAPPEAR WITHIN 60 SECONDS?

Yes
TAKEOFF Procedure .....................ACCOMPLISH
END

Do not takeoff.
END

Ice Detection Override Knob .........ALL


Associated Failure Procedure ......ACCOMPLISH
Icing Conditions .............................EXIT
END

ORIGINAL EAP 11-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Ice & Rain Protection

ANTI-ICING LOW CAPACITY


EICAS Caution: A/ICE LOW CAPACIT
The following message will be displayed:
EICAS Warning: ICE COND-A/INOP
The following messages may be displayed:
EICAS Caution: WG A/ICE FAIL,
STAB A/ICE FAIL
Thrust Levers ................................... ADVANCE
Advance Thrust Levers to at least 55% N1.
...................................................... WAIT 5 SECONDS
No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes

WING ANTI-ICING FAILURE OR


STABILIZER ANTI-ICING FAILURE
Procedure (EAP 11-8).................. AS REQUIRED

END

ANTI-ICING SWITCH OFF


EICAS Caution: A/ICE SWITCH OFF

All Ice Protection Buttons ............... PUSH IN


END

AOA HEATING INOPERATIVE


EICAS Caution: AOA 1 (2) HEAT INOP

Minimum Airspeed ........................... FLAP


MANEUVERING
SPEED (PD-2)
END

EAP 11-4 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Ice & Rain Protection

ENGINE ANTI-ICING FAILURE


EICAS Caution: E1 (2) A/ICE FAIL

Thrust Levers ....................................... ADVANCE


No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes

Ice Detection Override Knob ............... ALL


No
MESSAGE STILL PERSISTS?

Yes
Ice Protection Engine Air Inlet ............ PUSH OUT,
THEN PUSH IN
No
MESSAGE STILL PERSISTS?

Yes
Icing Conditions................................... AVOID/EXIT
Two minutes after exiting icing conditions:
Ice Detection Override Knob .......... AUTO

Engine Vibration .................................. MONITOR


If vibration increases, advance thrust levers one at a
time, to 60% N1 minimum for 5 seconds.
If vibration increases to unacceptable values or engine
parameters indicate abnormal values, exit icing
conditions.
END

ICE DETECTOR FAIL


EICAS Caution: ICE DET1 (2) FAIL or
ICE DETECTORS FAIL

When flying in icing conditions:


Ice Detection Override Knob .......... ALL
Two minutes after exiting icing conditions:
Ice Detection Override Knob .......... AUTO

END

ORIGINAL EAP 11-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Ice & Rain Protection

NO ICE - ANTI-ICE ON
EICAS Caution: NO ICE-A/ICE ON

Ice Detection Override Knob...........AUTO


No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes

ASSOCIATED TO EITHER WG A/ICE FAIL No


OR STAB A/ICE FAIL MESSAGE?

Yes
Altitude .............................................MAX 25’000 FT,
MIN MEA
APU ...................................................START
APU Bleed ........................................PUSH IN
XBleed ..............................................OPEN
Engine Bleeds ..................................PUSH OUT
END

Ice Protection Buttons.....................PUSH OUT


Operate the Anti-Icing Systems through the buttons,
pushing them in again whenever icing conditions are
encountered.

END

PITOT HEATING INOPERATIVE


EICAS Caution: PITOT 1 (2, 3) INOP

Instruments information supplied by the affected


system may be unreliable. Cross-check and do not
use the affected system if a disagreement is found.
If the Pitot 3 heating is inoperative, standby
instruments and pressurization system may be
affected.
If necessary:
ADC on Associated
Reversionary Panel.................PUSH IN
END

EAP 11-6 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Ice & Rain Protection

TAT HEATING INOPERATIVE


EICAS Caution: TAT 1 (2) HEAT INOP

Associated TAT, TAS and SAT indication may be


unreliable.
END

WINDSHIELD HEATING FAILURE


EICAS Caution: W/S 1 (2) HEAT FAIL

Associated Ice Protection


Windshield ................................... PUSH OUT

No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes
After landing:
Windshield 2
WHICH WINDSHIELD IS AFFECTED?

Windshield 1

Bus Ties ............................................ OFF


Generator 1 and 3............................. PUSH OUT
END

Shed Buses....................................... OFF


END

...................................................... WAIT 15 SECONDS


Associated Windshield Heating...... AS REQUIRED
IMPAIRED OR CRACKED WINDSHIELD
Procedure (NAP 28)..................... AS REQUIRED
END

ORIGINAL EAP 11-7


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Ice & Rain Protection

WING ANTI-ICING FAILURE OR


STABILIZER ANTI-ICING FAILURE
EICAS Caution: WG A/ICE FAIL or STAB A/ICE FAIL

Ice Detector Override Knob..................ALL


Thrust Levers ........................................ADVANCE
No
MESSAGE PERSISTS?
Yes
Affected Ice Protection Button.............PUSH OUT,
THEN PUSH IN
No
MESSAGE STILL PERSISTS?

Yes
Associated Ice Protection Button........PUSH OUT
Icing Conditions ....................................AVOID/EXIT
Two minutes after exiting icing conditions:
Ice Detector Override Knob .............AUTO

Bank Angle ............................................MAX 30°


Airspeed (Flaps 0° or 9°).......................MIN 190 KIAS
No
LANDING IN ICING CONDITIONS
OR WITH ICE ACCRETION?
Yes
Stab
AFFECTED SYSTEM(S)?
Wing or Wing+Stab

Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ....................................DOWN
Flaps ..................................................22°
VREF .....................................................VREF45 + 30 KIAS

CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED


LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.85.
END

Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ....................................DOWN
Flaps ..................................................22°
VREF .....................................................VREF45 + 15 KIAS

CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED


LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.55.

END
EAP 11-8 REVISION 4
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Landing Gear & Brakes

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

LANDING GEAR/LEVER DISAGREE ............ EAP 12-3


BRAKE OVERHEAT....................................... EAP 12-4
BRAKES DEGRADED.................................... EAP 12-5
BRAKES INOPERATIVE ................................ EAP 12-6
EMERGENCY/PARKING BRAKE
LOW PRESSURE ...................................... EAP 12-7
LANDING GEAR AIR/GROUND
SYSTEM FAILURE .................................... EAP 12-8
NOSE LANDING GEAR UP DOOR OPEN ..... EAP 12-9
STEERING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE ............. EAP 12-9
UNCOMMANDED
SWERVING ON GROUND......................... EAP 12-9

NON ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

ABNORMAL LANDING GEAR


EXTENSION ......................................... refer to NAP-16
EMERGENCY/PARKING BRAKE
HANDLE DISAGREE............................. refer to NAP-18
GEAR LEVER CANNOT MOVE UP
AFTER TAKEOFF ................................. refer to NAP-27
PARTIAL OR GEAR UP LANDING ....... refer to NAP-38

ORIGINAL EAP 12-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Landing Gear & Brakes

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


LG/LEVER DISAGREE .....................................EAP 12-3
BRAKE DEGRADED .........................................EAP 12-5
BRAKE OVERHEAT..........................................EAP 12-4
BRK INBD INOP ...............................................EAP 12-6
BRK OUTBD INOP............................................EAP 12-6
EMRG BRK LO PRES.......................................EAP 12-7
LG AIR/GND FAIL.............................................EAP 12-8
NLG UP/DOOR OPN.........................................EAP 12-9
STEER INOP .....................................................EAP 12-9

EAP 12-2 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Landing Gear & Brakes

LANDING GEAR/LEVER DISAGREE


EICAS Warning: LG/LEVER DISAGREE
EICAS Indication: Landing gear abnormal indication.
Condition: Landing gear cannot move to desired
position.
The following message may be displayed:
EICAS Caution: NLG UP/DOOR OPN
No
ON GROUND?
Yes

Consider to stop the airplane. Takeoff is not permitted.


END

Confirm the message on EICAS, check landing gear


indication and, even if Landing Gear Indication shows
three green lights:
Airspeed.................................................MAX 200 KIAS
Landing Gear .........................................CYCLE
No
LG/LEVER DISAGREE MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes
Extended
DESIRED LANDING GEAR POSITION?

Retracted
LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.
Landing Gear Lever ..............................DOWN
Airspeed.................................................MAX 250 KIAS
Icing Conditions ....................................AVOID/EXIT
Fuel Consumption.................................MONITOR
END

ABNORMAL LANDING GEAR EXTENSION


Procedure (NAP-16)..........................ACCOMPLISH

END

REVISION 4 EAP 12-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Landing Gear & Brakes

BRAKE OVERHEAT
EICAS Caution: BRAKE OVERHEAT
No
ON GROUND?

Yes
If necessary, reduce brake pressure.
Use of full reverse thrust is recommended.
Airplane..................................................STOP
Chocks ...................................................ON
Parking Brake ........................................RELEASE

END

Airspeed.................................................MAX 250 KIAS


Landing Gear Lever ..............................DOWN
Brakes Temperature .............................CHECK IN THE
GREEN RANGE
Airspeed.................................................MAX 200 KIAS
Landing Gear Lever ..............................UP

END

EAP 12-4 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Landing Gear & Brakes

BRAKES DEGRADED
EICAS Caution: BRAKE DEGRADED

During landing run:


Brakes ..........................................APPLY NORMALLY
Use thrust reverser if available.
Brake effectiveness and symmetry may be affected.
Approach Configuration:
No
ICING CONDITIONS?
END
Yes

Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ...............................DOWN
Flaps.............................................22°
VREF ...............................................VREF45 + 10 KIAS
MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED LANDING
DISTANCE BY 1.71.

END

Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ...............................DOWN
Flaps.............................................45°
VREF ...............................................VREF45
MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED LANDING
DISTANCE BY 1.20.

END

ORIGINAL EAP 12-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Landing Gear & Brakes

BRAKES INOPERATIVE
EICAS Caution: BRK OUTBD (INBD) INOP

During landing run:


If available, use thrust reverser.
Both (OUTBD and INBD)
BRAKES INOPERATIVE?

Only one (OUTBD or INBD)


Brakes...............................................APPLY NORMALLY
No
ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes
Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ................................... DOWN
Flaps................................................. 22°
VREF ................................................... VREF45 + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 2.18.
END

Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ................................... DOWN
Flaps................................................. 45°
VREF ................................................... VREF45
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.49.

END

Emergency Brake Handle................PULL CAREFULLY


Relevant Inoperative Item: Anti-skid

No
ICING CONDITIONS?
END
Yes
Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ................................... DOWN
Flaps................................................. 22°
VREF ................................................... VREF45 + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 2.18.
END

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EAP 12-6 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Landing Gear & Brakes

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE


Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ....................................DOWN
Flaps ..................................................45°
VREF.....................................................VREF45
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.49.

END

EMERGENCY/PARKING BRAKE LOW


PRESSURE
EICAS Caution: EMRG BRK LO PRES

Emergency/Parking Brake performance may be


degraded.
When parking the airplane, use wheel chocks.
END

ORIGINAL EAP 12-7


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Landing Gear & Brakes

LANDING GEAR AIR/GROUND SYSTEM


FAILURE
EICAS Caution: LG AIR/GND FAIL

− Thrust Reversers and Ground Spoilers may not be


available.
− Depending on the failed condition, Ground Idle may not
be selectable.
− If the message is presented on ground, a loss of the
main brake capacity may occur (below 10 kt ground
speed) and steering may not be available.
− Refer to the associated procedure for each case.

ICING CONDITIONS? No

Yes
Anti-Icing System ..................................MONITOR
If any anti-ice valve does not open or anti-ice failure
messages appear, leave and avoid icing conditions.
After exiting icing conditions, proceed as follows:
Bank Angle........................................MAX 30°
Airspeed for Flaps up or 9°..............MIN 190 KIAS
Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ....................................DOWN
Flaps ..................................................22°
VREF .....................................................VREF45 + 10 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 2.00.

END

Icing Conditions ....................................AVOID


Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ....................................DOWN
Flaps ..................................................45°
VREF .....................................................VREF45
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.70.

END

EAP 12-8 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Landing Gear & Brakes

NOSE LANDING GEAR UP DOOR OPEN


EICAS Caution: NLG UP/DOOR OPN
EICAS Indication: Landing gear abnormal indication.
Condition: Landing gear cannot move to desired
position.
The following message may be displayed:
EICAS Warning: LG/LEVER DISAGREE
Confirm the message on EICAS, check landing gear
indication and, even if Landing Gear Indication shows
three green lights:
Airspeed................................................ MAX 200 KIAS
Landing Gear........................................ CYCLE
No
LG/LEVER DISAGREE MESSAGE PERSISTS?

Yes
Extended
DESIRED LANDING GEAR POSITION?

Retracted
LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.
Landing Gear Lever ............................. DOWN
Airspeed................................................ MAX 250 KIAS
Icing Conditions................................... AVOID/EXIT
Fuel Consumption ............................... MONITOR
END

ABNORMAL LANDING GEAR EXTENSION


Procedure (NAP-16)......................... ACCOMPLISH

END

STEERING SYSTEM INOPERATIVE OR


UNCOMMANDED SWERVING ON
GROUND
EICAS Caution: STEER INOP may be displayed.

Control the airplane using differential brakes and


rudder.
Steering Handwheel............................. DO NOT USE
If unable to control the airplane, as an additional
action:
Steering Disengagement Button .... PRESS
If serviceable, consider the use of differential
thrust.

END

REVISION 1 EAP 12-9


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Landing Gear & Brakes

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

EAP 12-10 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Oxygen

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

CREW OXYGEN LOW PRESSURE .................. EAP 13-3


PASSENGER OXYGEN LOW PRESSURE....... EAP 13-3

NON ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES


OXYGEN LEAKAGE ............................... refer to NAP-37

ORIGINAL EAP 13-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Oxygen

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


CREW OXY LO PRESS .................................... EAP 13-3
PAX OXY LO PRESS ........................................ EAP 13-3

EAP 13-2 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Oxygen

CREW OXYGEN LOW PRESSURE


EICAS Caution: CREW OXY LO PRESS
MFD Indication: Oxygen pressure red or amber.

Altitude .............................................MEA OR 10’000 FT,


WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER
END

PASSENGER OXYGEN LOW PRESSURE


EICAS Caution: PAX OXY LO PRESS
MFD Indication: Oxygen pressure red or amber.

Altitude .............................................MEA OR 10’000 FT,


WHICHEVER IS
HIGHER
END

ORIGINAL EAP 13-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Oxygen

INTENTIONALLY BLANK

EAP 13-4 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Warning System

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

STALL PROTECTION INOPERATIVE.............. EAP 14-3


TAKEOFF CONFIGURATION WARNING ........ EAP 14-4
ADVANCED STALL PROTECTION.................. EAP 14-5
AURAL WARNING FAIL ................................... EAP 14-6
EGPWS INOPERATIVE..................................... EAP 14-6
STICK PUSHER FAILURE ................................ EAP 14-7
WINDSHEAR DETECTION INOPERATIVE ...... EAP 14-8

NON ANNUNCIATED PROCEDURES

AIRPLANE OVERSPEED.......................refer to NAP-4


ERRONEOUS STALL PROTECTION
ACTUATION ......................................refer to NAP-26

REVISION 4 EAP 14-1


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Warning System

LIST OF EICAS MESSAGES


SPS 1 (2) INOP .................................................. EAP 14-3
SPS 1-2 INOP .................................................... EAP 14-3
NO TAKEOFF CONFIG ..................................... EAP 14-4
AURAL WARN FAIL.......................................... EAP 14-6
SPS ADVANCED............................................... EAP 14-5
STICK PUSHER FAIL........................................ EAP 14-7
TERR INOP........................................................ EAP 14-6
WINDSHEAR INOP ........................................... EAP 14-8

EAP 14-2 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Warning System

STALL PROTECTION INOPERATIVE


EICAS Warning: SPS 1 (2) INOP or
SPS 1-2 INOP

The following messages will be displayed:


EICAS CAUTION: SPS ADVANCED
STICK PUSHER FAIL

Affected Stall Protection


Cutout Button ...................................PUSH OUT

Avoid skidding the airplane.


NOTE: - The remaining stick shaker is available.
- Stick pusher is not available.

No
ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes

Add 15 KIAS to go-around speed.


Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ....................................DOWN
Flaps ..................................................22°
VREF.....................................................VREF45 + 15 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.55.

END

Add 5 KIAS to go-around speed.


Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ....................................DOWN
Flaps ..................................................45°
VREF.....................................................VREF45 + 5 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.13.
END

REVISION 4 EAP 14-3


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Warning System

TAKEOFF CONFIGURATION WARNING


EICAS Warning: NO TAKEOFF CONFIG
Aural Warning: Voice Messages TAKEOFF-BRAKES,
TAKEOFF-FLAPS, TAKEOFF-TRIM,
TAKEOFF-SPOILERS,
TAKEOFF-FUEL
EICAS Indication: Spoiler and pitch trim may be red.

Do not takeoff.
Airplane Configuration .........................CORRECT
TO Config Button ..................................PRESS

END

EAP 14-4 ORIGINAL


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Warning System

ADVANCED STALL PROTECTION


EICAS Caution: SPS ADVANCED

Above 25’000 ft:


Minimum Airspeed ...........................150 KIAS
Below 25’000 ft:
Minimum Airspeed ...........................FLAP
MANEUVERING
SPEED (PD-2)
No
ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes
Add 15 KIAS to go-around speed.
Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ....................................DOWN
Flaps ..................................................22°
VREF.....................................................VREF45 + 15 KIAS

CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED


LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.55.
END

Add 5 KIAS to go-around speed.


Landing configuration:
Landing Gear ....................................DOWN
Flaps ..................................................45°
VREF.....................................................VREF45 + 5 KIAS

CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED


LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.13.

END

REVISION 4 EAP 14-5


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Warning System

AURAL WARNING FAIL


EICAS Caution: AURAL WARN FAIL

Visually monitor every EICAS, MFD and PFD indication


specially related to TCAS, Windshear Detection,
GPWS, IC-600, Fire Detection, Stall Protection, Trims,
Flaps, Brakes, Spoilers, Radio Altimeter, Autopilot,
Landing gear, ADC, Pressurization, SELCAL. No aural
warning will be available.
Do not perform CAT II or CAT III approaches.
END

EGPWS INOPERATIVE
EICAS Caution: TERR INOP
Monitor visually any trend toward terrain contact,
excessive sink rate, marginal flight path and airplane
configuration. No aural warning related to the system
will be available.
END

EAP 14-6 REVISION 4


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Warning System

STICK PUSHER FAILURE


EICAS Caution: STICK PUSHER FAIL
The following message will be displayed:
EICAS Warning: SPS 1-2 INOP

Control Column .....................................TOWARD


NEUTRAL
Airspeed.................................................MIN FLAP
MANEUVERING
SPEED (PD-2)
No
STICK PUSHER JAMMED?
Yes
JAMMED ELEVATOR
Procedure (NAP-10)..........................ACCOMPLISH
END

Both stick shaker 1 and 2 are still available.


No
ICING CONDITIONS?

Yes
Add 15 KIAS to go-around speed.
Landing configuration:
Landing gear .....................................DOWN
Flaps ..................................................22°
Airspeed ............................................VREF 45 +
15 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.55.

END

Add 5 KIAS to go-around speed.


Landing configuration:
Landing gear .....................................DOWN
Flaps ..................................................45°
Airspeed ............................................VREF 45 +
5 KIAS
CAUTION: MULTIPLY THE FLAPS 45° UNFACTORED
LANDING DISTANCE BY 1.13.

END

REVISION 4 EAP 14-7


EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Warning System

WINDSHEAR DETECTION INOPERATIVE


EICAS Caution: WINDSHEAR INOP
Windshear detection is not available.
END

EAP 14-8 REVISION 4


WIND COMPONENT TABLE

Dry
Wet
ANGLE BETWEEN WIND DIRECTION AND HEADING (LEFT OR RIGHT)
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80

Loose Snow
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170

REVISION 5
170 160 150 140 130 120 110 100

HEADWIND COMPONENT (kt) TAILWIND COMPONENT (kt) CROSSWIND COMPONENT (kt)

5 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 1 -1 -2 -3 -3 -4 -4 -5 -5 1 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 5

10 10 9 9 8 6 5 3 2 -2 -3 -5 -6 -8 -9 -9 -10 2 3 5 6 8 9 9 10 10

Contaminated by Ice (no melting)


15 15 14 13 11 10 8 5 3 -3 -5 -8 -10 -11 -13 -14 -15 3 5 8 10 11 13 14 15 15

SURFACE CONDITION

Contaminated by Compacted Snow


20 20 19 17 15 13 10 7 3 -3 -7 -10 -13 -15 -17 -19 -20 3 7 10 13 15 17 19 20 20

25 25 23 22 19 16 13 9 4 -4 -9 -13 -16 -19 -22 -23 -25 4 9 13 16 19 22 23 25 25

Contaminated by Standing Water, Slush or


30 30 28 26 23 19 15 10 5 -5 -10 -15 -19 -23 -26 -28 -30 5 10 15 19 23 26 28 30 30

35 34 33 30 27 22 18 12 6 -6 -12 -18 -22 -27 -30 -33 -34 6 12 18 22 27 30 33 34 35

40 39 38 35 31 26 20 14 7 -7 -14 -20 -26 -31 -35 -38 -39 7 14 20 26 31 35 38 39 40

MAXIMUM RECOMMENDED CROSSWIND


PERFORMANCE DATA

45 44 42 39 34 29 23 15 8 -8 -15 -23 -29 -34 -39 -42 -44 8 15 23 29 34 39 42 44 45

20 kt

10 kt
15 kt
25 kt
30 kt
MAXIMUM
50 49 47 43 38 32 25 17 9 -9 -17 -25 -32 -38 -43 -47 -49 9 17 25 32 38 43 47 49 50

CROSSWIND
Example: Given Wind Speed=20 kt and Angle (between wind and nose)= 30°, the Headwind Component is 17 kt and the Crosswind component is 10 kt.

PD-1
ALL ENGINES
PERFORMANCE DATA
ALL ENGINES

PITCH TRIM UNITS


CG LESS
POSITION THAN 27% 30% 32% 35%
25%
PITCH TRIM
8 7 6 5 4
UNITS
FLAP RETRACTION SCHEDULE
For a flaps 9° takeoff:
V2 + 15 KIAS
Flaps 9° to UP
FLAP MANEUVERING SPEED
GEAR/FLAP No Icing Conditions Icing Conditions
UP/0° 180 KIAS 200 KIAS
UP/9° 160 KIAS 160 KIAS
(DN/22°/45°) 140 KIAS 140 KIAS

PD-2 ORIGINAL
PERFORMANCE DATA
AE3007A1E ENGINES

UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED (Climb)


Airplane: EMB-145 – Engine: AE3007A1P & A1E – Anti-Ice: OFF
WEIGHT (kg)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE (ft)
14000 16000 18000 20000 22000 24000
0 Pitch (deg) 13 12 11 10 10 9
(240 KIAS) V/S (ft/min) 5018 4248 3656 3192 2818 2504
10000 Pitch (deg) 10 9 8 8 8 8
(240 KIAS) V/S (ft/min) 3582 3011 2573 2221 1939 1709
20000 Pitch (deg) 6 6 5 5 5 5
(270 KIAS) V/S (ft/min) 2562 2110 1764 1486 1257 1070
30000 Pitch (deg) 5 5 5 5 5 5
(0.65 M) V/S (ft/min) 1681 1358 1095 889 721 575
40000 Pitch (deg) 5 5 5 5 5 -
(0.65 M) V/S (ft/min) 785 583 402 201 38 -

UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED (Cruise)


Airplane: EMB-145 – Engine: AE3007A1P & A1E – Anti-Ice: OFF
WEIGHT (kg)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE (ft)
14000 16000 18000 20000 22000 24000
15000 Pitch (deg) 1 2 2 2 3 3
(250 KIAS) N1 (%) 68.0 68.9 69.7 70.6 71.4 72.2
20000 Pitch (deg) 1 2 2 2 3 3
(250 KIAS) N1 (%) 70.6 71.6 72.7 73.8 74.9 75.8
25000 Pitch (deg) 1 2 2 2 3 3
(250 KIAS) N1 (%) 73.9 75.2 76.5 77.8 79.0 80.0
30000 Pitch (deg) 2 2 2 3 3 4
(0.63 M) N1 (%) 76.2 77.7 79.1 80.2 81.3 82.5
35000 Pitch (deg) 2 3 3 4 4 5
(0.63 M) N1 (%) 77.2 78.5 80.0 81.4 83.4 85.7
40000 Pitch (deg) 3 4 5 5 6 6
(0.63 M) N1 (%) 79.5 81.3 83.9 87.6 90.9 92.3
45000 Pitch (deg) 5 5 6 6 7 7
(0.63 M) N1 (%) 83.6 88.2 92.2 92.2 92.2 92.2

UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED (Descent)


Airplane: EMB-145 – Engine: AE3007A1P & A1E – Anti-Ice: OFF
WEIGHT (kg)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE (ft)
14000 16000 18000 20000 22000 24000
0 Pitch (deg) -3 -2 -1 -1 0 0
(240 KIAS) V/S (ft/min) -1756 -1649 -1572 -1504 -1445 -1398
10000 Pitch (deg) -3 -2 -1 -1 0 0
(240 KIAS) V/S (ft/min) -1828 -1709 -1619 -1547 -1483 -1432
20000 Pitch (deg) -6 -5 -5 -4 -4 -3
(310 KIAS) V/S (ft/min) -3806 -3384 -3057 -2842 -2693 -2566
30000 Pitch (deg) -6 -5 -4 -4 -3 -3
(310 KIAS) V/S (ft/min) -3317 -2952 -2731 -2604 -2494 -2404
40000 Pitch (deg) -2 -2 -2 -1 -1 -1
(0.78 M) V/S (ft/min) -1668 -1606 -1652 -1693 -1781 -1949

REVISION 5 PD-2A
PERFORMANCE DATA
AE3007A1E ENGINES

UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED (Holding)


Airplane: EMB-145 – Engine: AE3007A1P & A1E – Anti-Ice: OFF
WEIGHT (kg)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE (ft)
14000 16000 18000 20000 22000 24000
5000 Pitch (deg) 3 3 4 5 5 6
(200 KIAS) N1 (%) 54.0 55.3 56.5 58.3 59.8 61.4
10000 Pitch (deg) 3 3 4 5 5 6
(200 KIAS) N1 (%) 57.6 58.9 60.2 62.0 63.6 65.2

UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED (Terminal Area)


Terminal Area (5000 ft) - %N1 for Level Flight
Airplane: EMB-145 – Engine: AE3007A1P & A1E – Anti-Ice: OFF
FLAP POSITION WEIGHT (kg)
(VREF + INCREMENT)
14000 16000 18000 20000 22000 24000
0 Pitch (deg) 7 7 7 7 8 8
(VREF45 + 30) N1 (%) 47.2 50.2 53.1 55.8 58.3 60.6
9 Pitch (deg) 7 8 8 8 8 10
(VREF45 + 15) N1 (%) 50.7 54.2 57.3 60.2 63.1 71.5

UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED (Final Approach)


Final Approach (1500 ft) - %N1 for 3° Glideslope
Airplane: EMB-145 – Engine: AE3007A1P & A1E – Anti-Ice: OFF
FLAP POSITION WEIGHT (kg)
(VREF + INCREMENT)
14000 16000 18000 20000 22000 24000
22 Pitch (deg) 3 3 3 4 4 4
(VREF22 + 10) N1 (%) 45.8 48.7 51.5 54.1 56.4 58.7
45 Pitch (deg) 0 0 0 0 1 0
(VREF45 + 10) N1 (%) 59.0 62.2 65.3 68.2 70.6 72.9

PD-2B REVISION 5
PERFORMANCE DATA
AE3007A1E ENGINES

TAKEOFF SPEEDS (Balanced Field Length)


V1/VR/V2 SPEEDS
ALT T/O-1 MODE - FLAPS 9°
PRESSURE
ALTITUDE STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE (°C)
(ft)
SL è -40 to 46 47 to 50
1000 è -40 to 44 45 to 48
2000 è -40 to 41 42 to 46
3000 è -40 to 37 38 to 42 43 to 44
4000 è -40 to 32 33 to 39 40 to 42
5000 è -40 to 28 29 to 34 35 to 40
6000 è -40 to 30 31 to 38
7000 è -40 to 26 27 to 33 34 to 36
8000 è -40 to 29 30 to 34
8500 è -40 to 27 28 to 32
ê ê ê ê
WEIGHT
(kg) V1 VR V2 V1 VR V2 V1 VR V2 V1 VR V2
12000 101 120 128 98 116 123 95 111 119 92 106 113
12500 101 120 127 98 115 122 95 110 118 93 106 113
13000 101 119 127 98 114 121 96 110 117 94 106 113
13500 101 118 125 98 113 120 97 110 117 96 107 113
14000 101 117 124 98 113 119 98 110 116 98 108 114
14500 101 116 123 99 113 119 99 110 117 100 110 115
15000 101 114 122 101 112 119 101 111 117 102 111 117
15500 102 114 122 102 113 120 103 113 119 104 113 118
16000 103 115 121 103 114 120 105 115 120 107 115 120
16500 105 116 122 105 116 122 107 116 122 109 117 122
17000 107 117 124 108 118 124 109 118 124 111 119 124
17500 109 119 125 110 120 125 112 120 125 114 121 125
18000 112 121 127 112 122 127 114 122 127 116 123 127
18500 114 123 129 115 123 129 116 124 129 118 125 129
19000 116 125 130 117 125 130 118 126 130 120 127 130
19500 118 127 132 119 127 132 120 128 132 122 128 132
20000 120 129 133 121 129 133 122 130 133 124 130 133
20500 122 130 135 123 131 135 124 131 135 124 130 133
21000 124 132 136 125 132 136 126 133 136 124 130 133
21500 126 134 138 127 134 138 128 134 137 124 130 133
22000 128 135 139 128 136 139 129 135 138 124 130 133
22500 130 137 141 130 137 141 129 135 138 124 130 133
23000 132 138 142 132 139 142 129 135 138 124 130 133

ORIGINAL PD-3
PERFORMANCE DATA
AE3007A1E ENGINES

TAKEOFF SPEEDS (Balanced Field Length)


V1/VR/V2 SPEEDS
T/O MODE - FLAPS 9°
PRESSURE
ALTITUDE STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE (°C)
(ft)
SL è -40 to 37 38 to 42 43 to 46 47 to 50
1000 è -40 to 37 38 to 42 43 to 46 47 to 48
2000 è -40 to 38 39 to 43 44 to 46
3000 è -40 to 34 35 to 39 40 to 44
4000 è -40 to 29 30 to 35 36 to 41 42 to 42
5000 è -40 to 31 32 to 37 38 to 40
6000 è -40 to 27 28 to 32 33 to 38
7000 è -40 to 28 29 to 36
8000 è -40 to 23 24 to 34
8500 è -40 to 21 22 to 32
ê ê ê ê ê
WEIGHT
(kg) V1 VR V2 V1 VR V2 V1 VR V2 V1 VR V2 V1 VR V2
12000 106 128 138 103 124 133 101 120 129 98 116 124 94 110 118
12500 105 127 136 103 123 132 100 119 128 98 115 123 94 109 117
13000 105 126 135 103 122 131 100 118 126 98 114 122 94 108 115
13500 105 125 134 102 121 130 100 117 125 98 113 121 96 109 116
14000 105 124 133 102 120 129 100 116 124 98 112 120 98 110 117
14500 105 123 131 102 119 127 100 116 123 99 113 120 99 111 118
15000 104 122 130 102 118 126 100 115 122 100 114 121 101 112 118
15500 105 121 129 102 118 125 102 115 122 102 114 121 103 113 119
16000 105 120 127 103 117 124 103 116 122 103 115 121 105 115 120
16500 105 119 126 104 117 124 104 117 123 105 116 122 107 117 122
17000 105 118 126 105 118 124 106 117 124 107 118 124 109 119 124
17500 107 119 126 107 119 126 108 119 125 110 120 125 112 121 125
18000 108 120 127 110 121 127 111 121 127 112 122 127 114 122 127
18500 111 122 129 112 123 129 113 123 129 114 124 129 116 124 129
19000 113 124 130 114 124 130 115 125 130 116 125 130 119 126 130
19500 115 126 132 116 126 132 117 127 132 118 127 132 121 128 132
20000 118 127 133 118 128 133 119 128 133 120 129 133 123 130 133
20500 120 129 135 121 130 135 121 130 135 122 131 135 125 131 135
21000 122 131 136 123 131 136 124 132 136 125 132 136 127 133 136
21500 124 133 138 124 133 138 125 133 138 126 134 138 127 133 137
22000 125 134 139 126 135 139 127 135 139 128 136 139 128 134 137
22500 127 136 141 128 136 141 129 137 141 130 137 141 128 134 137
23000 129 138 142 130 138 142 131 138 142 132 139 142 128 134 137

PD-4 ORIGINAL
PERFORMANCE DATA
AE3007A1E ENGINES

TAKEOFF SPEEDS (Balanced Field Length)


V1/VR/V2 SPEEDS
E T/O MODE - FLAPS 9°
PRESSURE
ALTITUDE STATIC AIR TEMPERATURE (°C)
(ft)
SL è -40 to 40 41 to 47 48 to 50
1000 è -40 to 37 38 to 45 46 to 48
2000 è -40 to 32 33 to 41 42 to 46
3000 è -40 to 36 37 to 44
4000 è -40 to 32 33 to 41 42 to 42
5000 è -40 to 28 29 to 37 38 to 40
6000 è -40 to 32 33 to 38
7000 è -40 to 28 29 to 36
8000 è -40 to 24 25 to 32 33 to 34
8500 è -40 to 21 22 to 30 31 to 32
ê ê ê ê ê
WEIGHT
(kg) V1 VR V2 V1 VR V2 V1 VR V2 V1 VR V2 V1 VR V2
12000 109 132 142 105 125 135 101 120 129 97 114 123 92 107 115
12500 108 131 140 104 125 134 101 119 128 97 113 121 93 106 114
13000 108 130 139 104 124 132 100 118 126 96 112 120 94 106 113
13500 108 129 138 104 123 131 100 117 126 96 111 119 96 107 114
14000 107 128 137 103 122 131 100 117 125 96 110 118 98 108 115
14500 107 127 136 103 121 129 100 115 124 98 111 119 100 110 116
15000 107 126 135 103 120 128 100 114 122 100 112 119 101 111 117
15500 107 125 134 103 119 127 101 115 122 102 113 120 104 113 119
16000 107 125 133 103 118 126 102 115 122 103 114 120 106 115 120
16500 107 123 132 103 118 125 104 116 123 106 116 122 109 117 122
17000 107 122 130 104 117 125 106 118 124 109 118 124 111 119 124
17500 107 122 130 106 119 126 108 119 125 111 120 125 114 121 125
18000 107 121 129 109 120 127 111 121 127 113 122 127 116 123 127
18500 109 122 130 111 122 129 113 123 129 115 124 129 118 125 129
19000 111 123 130 113 124 130 115 125 130 117 126 130 120 127 130
19500 113 125 132 115 126 132 117 127 132 119 127 132 120 127 131
20000 115 127 133 117 128 133 119 128 133 121 129 133 121 127 131
20500 117 129 135 119 130 135 121 130 135 123 131 135 121 127 131
21000 119 130 136 121 131 136 123 132 136 125 133 136 121 127 131
21500 121 132 138 123 133 138 125 134 138 125 133 136 121 127 131
22000 123 134 139 125 135 139 127 135 139 125 133 136 121 127 131
22500 125 135 141 127 136 141 128 136 140 125 133 136 121 127 131
23000 127 137 142 129 138 142 129 136 140 125 133 136 121 127 131

ORIGINAL PD-5
PERFORMANCE DATA
AE3007A1E ENGINES

APPROACH CLIMB SPEED (VAPPCLB) &


REFERENCE SPEED (VREF) and
FINAL SEGMENT SPEED (VFS)
Approach Flaps 9° Approach Flaps 9°
Landing Flaps 22° Landing Flaps 45°
Weight VAPPCLB & VREF VAPPCLB & VREF VFS
(kg) (KIAS) (KIAS) (KIAS)
No ice After ice No ice After ice
encounter encounter encounter encounter
13000 116 116 118 118 135
13500 116 118 118 118 137
14000 116 120 118 118 140
14500 116 122 118 119 142
15000 116 124 118 120 144
15500 118 126 118 121 147
16000 120 128 119 123 149
16500 121 129 120 125 151
17000 123 131 121 127 153
17500 125 133 123 129 155
18000 126 134 124 131 157
18500 128 136 126 132 159
19000 130 138 128 134 161
19500 131 139 129 136 162
20000 133 141 131 138 164
20500 134 142 133 139 166
21000 136 144 134 141 168
21500 137 145 136 143 169
22000 139 147 137 144 171
22500 140 148 139 146 173
23000 142 150 141 148 174

APPROACH SPEED (VAPP)

VAPP = VREF + ½ steady headwind component + gust


increment above steady wind.

PD-6 ORIGINAL
PERFORMANCE DATA
AE3007A1E ENGINES

HOLDING - (All Engines)


CRUISE CONFIGURATION
BLEED OPEN
ANTI-ICE: OFF
MINIMUM FUEL CONSUMPTION SPEED
STANDARD ATMOSPHERE

WEIGHT ALTITUDE (FT)


(kg) 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 41000
IAS kt 181 176 174 172 173 175 181 189 -
23000 N1 % 55.5 59.0 63.1 66.9 70.7 74.9 79.3 83.5 -
FF kg/h/ENG 475 451 434 421 414 413 419 434 -
IAS kt 178 174 170 169 169 171 176 183 -
22000 N1 % 54.5 57.9 61.9 65.8 69.6 73.7 78.1 82.4 -
FF kg/h/ENG 459 435 417 404 396 394 398 410 -
IAS kt 176 171 167 165 165 166 170 177 167
21000 N1 % 53.5 56.8 60.6 64.7 68.5 72.5 76.9 81.2 90.4
FF kg/h/ENG 444 419 400 387 378 375 377 387 414
IAS kt 173 168 164 161 161 162 165 172 167
20000 N1 % 52.4 55.6 59.4 63.4 67.3 71.2 75.7 80.0 88.7
FF kg/h/ENG 428 403 384 370 361 356 357 365 390
IAS kt 170 165 161 158 157 157 160 166 167
19000 N1 % 51.2 54.5 58.1 62.2 66.1 69.9 74.5 78.8 86.9
FF kg/h/ENG 413 388 368 353 343 338 337 344 367
IAS kt 168 162 157 154 153 153 155 160 167
18000 N1 % 50.0 53.3 56.8 60.8 64.8 68.7 73.0 77.4 85.4
FF kg/h/ENG 399 372 352 337 326 320 318 322 346
IAS kt 165 159 154 151 149 148 150 154 163
17000 N1 % 48.8 52.1 55.4 59.3 63.4 67.3 71.5 76.0 83.9
FF kg/h/ENG 384 357 336 320 309 302 299 302 323
IAS kt 162 156 151 147 145 144 145 148 156
16000 N1 % 47.6 50.7 54.0 57.8 62.0 65.9 69.9 74.5 82.4
FF kg/h/ENG 370 342 321 304 292 285 281 282 299
IAS kt 160 153 148 144 141 140 140 143 149
15000 N1 % 46.4 49.3 52.6 56.2 60.4 64.4 68.3 73.0 80.8
FF kg/h/ENG 356 328 305 288 276 267 263 263 276
IAS kt 157 150 145 140 137 135 135 137 142
14000 N1 % 45.1 47.9 51.2 54.6 58.6 62.8 66.8 71.2 79.1
FF kg/h/ENG 342 313 290 273 260 251 245 244 255

ORIGINAL PD-7
PERFORMANCE DATA
AE3007A1E ENGINES

HOLDING - (All Engines)


CRUISE CONFIGURATION, BLEED OPEN,
AIRSPEED: 1.3 VS OR 200 KIAS WHICHEVER IS HIGHER
ANTI-ICE: ON (NO ICE ACCRETION)
STANDARD ATMOSPHERE

WEIGHT ALTITUDE (FT)


(kg) 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 41000
IAS kt 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 -
23000 N1 % 56.5 60.0 63.9 67.7 71.2 75.4 79.6 83.7 -
FF kg/h/ENG 548 520 498 481 470 466 470 483 -
IAS kt 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 -
22000 N1 % 55.8 59.2 63.0 66.9 70.4 74.4 78.7 82.8 -
FF kg/h/ENG 536 508 485 468 456 451 453 465 -
IAS kt 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 -
21000 N1 % 55.1 58.4 62.2 66.2 69.7 73.5 77.8 81.9 -
FF kg/h/ENG 524 496 473 455 443 437 438 447 -
IAS kt 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 -
20000 N1 % 54.3 57.6 61.5 65.4 68.9 72.6 76.9 81.0 -
FF kg/h/ENG 514 485 462 444 430 423 423 431 -
IAS kt 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 -
19000 N1 % 53.6 56.9 60.7 64.6 68.1 71.8 76.0 80.1 -
FF kg/h/ENG 503 475 451 432 419 410 409 415 -
IAS kt 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 -
18000 N1 % 52.8 56.2 59.9 63.8 67.4 71.0 75.2 79.3 -
FF kg/h/ENG 494 465 441 422 407 398 396 401 -
IAS kt 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 -
17000 N1 % 52.2 55.6 59.1 63.1 66.7 70.2 74.3 78.5 -
FF kg/h/ENG 485 455 431 412 397 387 384 387 -
IAS kt 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 -
16000 N1 % 51.5 55.0 58.4 62.4 66.1 69.5 73.5 77.7 -
FF kg/h/ENG 476 447 422 402 387 377 372 375 -
IAS kt 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 -
15000 N1 % 50.9 54.3 57.8 61.7 65.4 68.8 72.6 77.0 -
FF kg/h/ENG 468 438 414 394 378 367 362 363 -
IAS kt 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 -
14000 N1 % 50.4 53.7 57.1 61.0 64.8 68.2 71.9 76.3 -
FF kg/h/ENG 460 431 406 386 369 358 352 352 -

PD-8 ORIGINAL
PERFORMANCE DATA
AE3007A1E ENGINES

DRIFTDOWN TABLE
ANTI-ICE OFF
WEIGHT INITIAL GROSS LEVEL OFF ALTITUDE - FT
(KG) DRIFTDOWN (NET LEVEL OFF ALTITUDE - FT)

START LEVEL SPEED


ISA ISA + 10 ISA + 20
DRIFTDOWN OFF (KIAS)

23614 23468 21748


22000 21064 171
(18827) (18600) (17108)
24709 24604 23609
21000 20239 168
(20502) (20336) (18597)
25679 25608 24253
20000 19244 164
(21812) (21666) (20022)
26588 26536 25185
19000 18341 161
(23197) (23044) (21343)
27621 27584 26226
18000 17441 157
(24484) (24382) (22790)
29513 29283 27385
17000 16464 153
(25664) (25587) (24227)
31714 31153 28766
16000 15483 149
(26911) (26863) (25503)
33203 33025 30309
15000 14427 144
(28522) (28370) (26843)

ORIGINAL PD-9
PERFORMANCE DATA
AE3007A1E ENGINES

UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE


UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE (METERS)
EMB-135BJ - FLAPS 45o
NO ICE ENCOUNTER
ISA CONDITIONS - SLOPE 0%
ALTITUDE
WEIGHT 0 ft 1000 ft
(kg) WIND WIND
-10 kt 0 kt 10 kt 20 kt -10 kt 0 kt 10 kt 20 kt
13000 861 732 692 653 878 748 707 667
14000 857 729 689 650 874 745 704 665
15000 855 727 687 648 872 742 702 662
16000 869 740 700 660 887 756 715 675
17000 905 773 731 691 924 790 748 707
18000 942 806 764 722 962 824 781 739
19000 979 840 796 754 1000 859 815 772
20000 1019 876 831 788 1041 896 851 806

ALTITUDE
WEIGHT 2000 ft 3000 ft
(kg) WIND WIND
-10 kt 0 kt 10 kt 20 kt -10 kt 0 kt 10 kt 20 kt
13000 895 764 722 682 914 780 739 698
14000 892 761 720 680 910 777 736 695
15000 889 758 717 677 907 775 733 693
16000 905 772 731 690 923 789 747 706
17000 943 807 764 723 963 825 782 740
18000 982 843 799 757 1004 862 818 775
19000 1022 879 834 790 1045 899 854 810
20000 1064 917 871 826 1088 939 892 847

ALTITUDE
WEIGHT 4000 ft 5000 ft
(kg) WIND WIND
-10 kt 0 kt 10 kt 20 kt -10 kt 0 kt 10 kt 20 kt
13000 933 798 755 714 953 816 773 732
14000 929 795 752 711 949 813 770 729
15000 926 792 750 709 946 810 768 726
16000 943 807 764 723 963 826 782 740
17000 984 844 800 758 1006 864 820 777
18000 1026 883 838 794 1049 904 858 814
19000 1068 921 875 830 1093 944 897 851
20000 1113 962 914 868 1140 986 937 891

PD-10 ORIGINAL
PERFORMANCE DATA
AE3007A1E ENGINES

UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE


UNFACTORED LANDING DISTANCE (METERS)
EMB-135BJ - FLAPS 45o
NO ICE ENCOUNTER
ISA CONDITIONS - SLOPE 0%
ALTITUDE
WEIGHT 6000 ft 7000 ft
(kg) WIND WIND
-10 kt 0 kt 10 kt 20 kt -10 kt 0 kt 10 kt 20 kt
13000 974 835 792 749 996 855 811 768
14000 970 832 788 746 992 852 807 765
15000 967 829 786 744 989 849 805 762
16000 985 845 801 759 1007 865 821 778
17000 1028 885 840 796 1052 906 860 816
18000 1074 926 879 834 1099 949 902 856
19000 1119 967 919 873 1146 991 943 896
20000 1167 1011 961 914 1195 1036 987 938

ALTITUDE
WEIGHT 8000 ft
(kg) WIND
-10 kt 0 kt 10 kt 20 kt
13000 1018 875 831 787
14000 1014 872 827 784
15000 1011 869 825 781
16000 1030 886 841 797
17000 1077 929 882 837
18000 1125 973 925 878
19000 1174 1017 968 920
20000 1225 1063 1013 963

ORIGINAL PD-11
PERFORMANCE DATA
AE3007A1E ENGINES

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PD-12 ORIGINAL
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Appendix

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QRH-135/1569

ORIGINAL APP-1
EMERGENCY/ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
Appendix

EMERGENCY EVACUATION

Parking Brake ................................ APPLY


Cabin .............................................. DEPRESSURIZE
Fire Extinguishing Handles .......... PULL
APU Fuel Shutoff Valve ................ PUSH IN
Fuel Pumps Pwr 1 and 2 ............... OFF
Hydraulic Elec Pumps 1 and 2 .... OFF
Engines and APU Fire Extinguishing
Bottles (if necessary).............. DISCHARGE
Cabin Crew..................................... NOTIFY
Emerg Lts....................................... ON
Evacuation ..................................... INITIATE

ATC.................................................. NOTIFY
Before leaving the airplane:
Batteries 1 and 2........................ OFF
END QRH-135/1569

APP-2 REVISION 4