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What is the "Landing" EFB procdure?

(4.3.7.)

 

 

 

Both EFBs will be secured before landing.

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What is the "Taxi" EFB procdure?

(4.3.2.)

 

 

 

The PF's EFB will be set to the assigned DP, then stowed for taxi.

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What is the procedure if both EFBs are inoperative

(4.8.2.b)

1. The company help desk must have an open ticket for the inoperative EFB

2. One portable computer with PDF reader must be available to the crew

3. The crew must receive the required electronic documents outlined in the GOM

4. The crew must have 1 set of PRINTED terminal charts for each airport of intended use and their alternate. Enroute charts may be in PDF form.

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What is the procedure if one EFB is inoperative?

(4.8.2.a)

 

 

1. The company help desk must have an open ticket for the inoperative EFB

2. The crew must have a second set of current terminal charts

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What is the "Cruise" EFB procdure?

(4.3.5.)

 

 

 

Both may be in standby mode, or one may be off. Store securely when not in use.

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What mode must EFBs be set to before departure?

(4.3.8.b)

 

 

 

Airplane Mode

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Who is the manager of EFBs?

(4.2.)

 

 

 

The Director of IT.

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What is the "Before Takeoff" EFB procdure?

(4.3.3.)

 

 

 

Both EFBs must be secured.

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How often must an EFB be updated?

(4.4.1.a)

 

 

 

Within 7 days of the new chart cycle's release.

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If an EFB fails enroute to a destination, may the crew continue?

(4.7.)

 

 

 

Yes. The crew must: Contact SOC or ODO to receive the text description of all applicable procedures

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Which two documents must be verified on board on at least one EFB?

(4.4.1.b,c)

 

 

 

1. Enroute charts

2. Jeppesen Airway Manual

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If any EFB errors occur, who should you contact?

(4.2.)

 

 

 

The IT Help Desk

help@xojet.com

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What is the "Descent" EFB procdure?

(4.3.6.)

 

 

 

Both EFBs will be checked on and each pilot will brief from their EFB. The FMS will be verified.

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What is the "Climb" EFB procdure?

(4.3.4.)

 

 

 

The EFB will only be used for navigation or critical and time sensitive company communication.

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What is the "Before Start" EFB procdure?

(4.3.1.)

 

 

 

To ensure that both EFBs are onboard and charged.

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Where is the proper place to store an EFB in the Citation X?

(4.3.8.c)

 

 

1. Cockpit storage shelf (behind pilot's seats)

2. Cockpit side pockets

3. Strapped on using the kneed board strap

4. Suction cup mount (only on far left/right windows)