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1

Approach to Stall or Stall recovery

PF
• Initiate the recovery:
• Smoothly apply nose down elevator
to reduce the angle of attack until
buffet or stick shaker stops

• Continue the recovery:
• Roll in the shortest direction to
wings level if needed*
• Advance thrust levers as needed
• Retract the speedbrakes
• Do not change gear or flap
configuration, except
• During liftoff, if flaps are up, call
for flaps 1


• Complete the recovery:
• Check airspeed and adjust thrust as
needed
• Establish pitch attitude
• Return to the desired flight path
• Re-engage the autopilot and autothrottle
if desired

2

RTO - Captain

Without delay:
Simultaneously close the thrust levers,
disengage the autothrottles, and apply
maximum manual wheel brakes or
verify operation of RTO autobrake.
If RTO autobrake is selected, monitor
system performance and apply manual
wheel brakes if the AUTOBRAKE
message is displayed or deceleration is
not adequate.
Apply reverse thrust up to the
maximum amount consistent with
conditions.
Verify the speedbrakes are extended.
Continue maximum braking until
certain the airplane will stop on the
runway.

When stopping is assured:
Start movement of the reverse thrust
levers to reach the reverse idle detent
before taxi speed.
After the engines are at reverse idle,
move the reverse thrust levers to full
down.

3

RTO - FO

Verify actions as follows:
Thrust levers closed.
Autothrottles disengaged.
Maximum brakes applied.
Reverse thrust applied.
Verify speedbrake lever UP and call
“SPEEDBRAKES UP.” If speedbrake
lever not UP call “SPEEDBRAKES
NOT UP.”
When both REV indications are green,
call “REVERSERS NORMAL.”
If there is no REV indication(s) or the
indication(s) stays amber, call “NO
REVERSER LEFT ENGINE,” or “NO
REVERSER RIGHT ENGINE,” or
“NO REVERSERS.”
Call “AUTOBRAKES” when EICAS
message AUTOBRAKES is displayed.
Call out any omitted action items.

Call out “60 KNOTS”.
Communicate the reject decision to the
control tower and cabin as soon as
practical.

4

GPWS caution

Correct the flight path or the airplane configuration.

5

GPWS warning

• Disconnect autopilot
• Disconnect autothrottle(s)
• Aggressively apply maximum* thrust
• Simultaneously roll wings level** and
rotate to an initial pitch attitude of 20°
• Verify the speedbrakes are retracted
• If terrain remains a threat, continue
rotation up to the pitch limit indicator or
stick shaker or initial buffet

• Do not change gear or flap configuration
until terrain separation is assured
• Monitor radio altimeter for sustained or
increasing terrain separation
• When clear of the terrain, slowly
decrease pitch attitude and accelerate

6

TA

Look for traffic using traffic display as a guide. Call out any conflicting traffic

If traffic is sighted, manoeuvre if
needed.

7

RA

If manoeuvring is required, disengage
the autopilot and autothrottle.
Smoothly adjust pitch and thrust to
satisfy the RA command. Follow the
planned lateral flight path unless visual
contact with the conflicting traffic
requires other action.

Attempt to establish visual contact. Call out any conflicting traffic.


FOR CLIMB IN LANDING COFIG

Disengage the autopilot and
autothrottle. Advance thrust levers
forward to ensure maximum thrust is
attained and call for FLAPS 20.
Smoothly adjust pitch to satisfy the RA
command. Follow the planned lateral
flight path unless visual contact with
the conflicting traffic requires other
action.

Verify a positive rate of climb on the
altimeter and call “GEAR UP.”

Attempt to establish visual contact. Call out any conflicting traffic.

8

UPSET nose HIGH recover

• Recognize and confirm the developing situation

• Disconnect autopilot and autothrottle
Recover:
• Apply nose down elevator. Apply as
much elevator as needed to obtain a nose
down pitch rate
• Apply appropriate nose down stabilizer
trim*
• Reduce thrust
• Roll (adjust bank angle) to obtain a nose
down pitch rate.*
Complete the recovery:
• When approaching the horizon, roll to
wings level
• Check airspeed and adjust thrust
• Establish pitch attitude.

9

UPSET Nose LOW recover

• Recognize and confirm the developing situation'

• Disconnect autopilot and autothrottle
Recover:
• Recover from stall, if needed
• Roll in the shortest direction to wings
level. If bank angle is more than 90
degrees, unload and roll.*
Complete the recovery:
• Apply nose up elevator
• Apply nose up trim, if needed*
• Adjust thrust and drag, if needed.

10

WINDSHEAR caution

Manoeuvre as required to avoid the windshear

11

WINDSHEAR escape manoeuvre

MANUAL FLIGHT
• Disconnect autopilot
• Push either TO/GA switch
• Aggressively apply maximum*
thrust
• Disconnect autothrottle(s)
• Simultaneously roll wings level and
rotate toward an initial pitch
attitude of 15°
• Verify the speedbrakes are retracted
• Follow flight director TO/GA
guidance (if available)**

AUTOMATIC FLIGHT
• Push either TO/GA switch.***
• Verify TO/GA mode annunciation
• Verify GA* thrust
• Verify the speedbrakes are retracted
• Monitor system performance****

MANUAL OR AUTOMATIC FLIGHT
• Do not change gear or flap
configuration until windshear is no
longer a factor
• Monitor vertical speed and altitude
• Do not attempt to regain lost
airspeed until windshear is no
longer a factor