1W - Landing distance increased with propeller feathered
2W – Landing on an unprepared surface may cause structural damage making it impossible to open the canopy or fracture it using CFS
3W – Engine failure or shutdown will completely disable the bleed air system. Canopy may ice or fog and hamper visibility
4C – Eject if suitable landing area is not available. If circumstances require emergency landing and ejection is not possible, perform ELP on unprepared surface or ditch the aircraft. Aircraft can survive either type of forced landing. Risk of injury increases due to crash loads and complexity of ground or water egress.
5C – Inducing yaw (side slip) with a known engine/oil malfunction could impair visibility due to oil spraying on the windshield
1. AIRSPEED – 125 KIAS PRIOR TO EXTENDING LANDING GEAR
2. EMER LDG GR HANDLE – PULL (AS REQUIRED)
6W – if landing on unprepared surface or ditching, do not extend gear. Flaps will be unavailable without emergency landing gear extension.
7N – Normal safe indications with electrical power with emergency extension system are 3 green up (nose and main) and 3 reds down (2 main and handle)
3. AIRSPEED – 120 KIAS MINIMUM UNTIL INTERCEPTING FINAL; 110 KIAS MINIMUM ON FINAL
4. FLAPS – AS REQUIRED
8N – Selecting TO or LDG flaps will extend flaps to position if emergency extension system has been used and battery power is available.
9N – Landing gear/flaps retraction is not possible when the emergency extension system has been used.
10N – Nose wheel steering is unavailable with an inoperative engine. Maintain control with rudder and differential braking.