QRH Recalls

  1. CRG FWD (AFT) SMOKE (Associated Cargo Fire-Extinguishing Button light illuminates)
    • ∗ Associated Cargo Fire Extinguishing Button....................................PUSH
    • ∗ INITIATE DIVERSION TO NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT
  2. LAV SMOKE
    • ∗ Oxygen Masks.................... IF REQ’D DON, 100 %
    • ∗ Crew Communication..........................ESTABLISH
    • ∗ INITIATE DIVERSION TO NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT
  3. SMOKE EVACUATION
    • ∗ Oxygen Masks .....................................DON, 100 %
    • ∗ Crew Communication .........................ESTABLISH
    • ∗ Pressurization Dump Button................... PUSH IN
    • ∗ INITIATE DIVERSION TO NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT

    • Verify cabin rate, then EMERGENCY DESCENT procedure
    • ∗ Fasten Belts Signs............................................................................................ON
    • ∗ Altitude ......................................10,000 FT OR MEA, WHICHEVER IS HIGHER
    • ∗ FLCH..................................................................................................... SELECT
    • ∗ Airspeed .................................................................MAN, MAX/APPROPRIATE If structural damage is suspected, limit airspeed and avoid high maneuvering loads.
    • ∗ Thrust Levers............................................................................................. IDLE
    • ∗ Speedbrake.................................................................................... FULL OPEN
    • ∗ ATC........................................................................................................ NOTIFY
    • ∗ Transponder............................................................................................... 7700
    • When level off altitude has been reached: PA............................................................. “IN CHARGE FLIGHT ATTENDANT CALL (OR REPORT TO) THE FLIGHT DECK” (“USING OXYGEN” IF REQ’D)
  4. SMOKE / FIRE / FUMES
    CONDITION: Smoke fire or fumes have been spotted by the crew without an EICAS warning.
    • ∗ Oxygen Masks ......................................DON, 100%
    • ∗ Crew Communication..........................ESTABLISH
    • ∗ INITIATE DIVERSION TO NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT
  5. SMOKE/FIRE FROM LITHIUM BATTERY
    ∗ PA ....................“BACKUP TO THE FLIGHT DECK, BACKUP TO THE FLIGHT DECK”
  6. CARGO COMPARTMENT FIRE
    • ∗ Associated Cargo Fire Extinguishing Button........................................ PUSH
    • ∗ INITIATE DIVERSION TO NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT After CRG AFT (FWD) FIREX HI ARM message is displayed and the associated Cargo Fire Extinguishing Button is illuminated:
    • ∗ Associated Cargo Fire Extinguishing Button ........................PUSH AGAIN
  7. DUAL ENGINE FAILURE EICAS INDICATION: FAIL icon inside both N1 indicators. Both oil pressure indications in red.
    • ∗ Airspeed...................................................................................... 265 KIAS MIN
    • ∗ RAT Manual Deploy Lever............................................................................. PULL
  8. EMERGENCY DESCENT
    • ∗ Fstn Belts Signs ...........................................................................................ON
    • ∗ Altitude..................................... 10,000 FT OR MEA, WHICHEVER IS HIGHER
    • ∗ FLCH.................................................................................................... SELECT
    • ∗ Airspeed...........................................................................MAX/APPROPRIATE
    • ∗ Thrust Levers............................................................................................ IDLE
    • ∗ Speedbrake.................................................................................... FULL OPEN
    • ∗ ATC........................................................................................................ NOTIFY
    • ∗ Transponder .............................................................................................. 7700
    • ∗ When level off altitude has been reached: PA......................................................... “IN CHARGE FLIGHT ATTENDANT CALL (OR REPORT TO) THE FLIGHT DECK” (“USING OXYGEN” IF REQ’D)
  9. ENGINE ABNORMAL START
    • ∗ Affected engine:
    • ∗ Start/Stop Selector..................................................................................STOP
  10. ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE DAMAGE OR SEPARATION
    • ∗ Autothrottle.................................................................................. DISENGAGE
    • ∗ Affected engine:
    • ∗ Thrust Lever............................................................................................ IDLE
    • ∗ Start/Stop Selector.................................................................................STOP
    • ∗ Fire Extinguishing Handle..................................................................... PULL
  11. JAMMED CONTROL COLUMN - PITCH
    ∗ Elev Disc Handle...................................................................................... PULL
  12. JAMMED CONTROL WHEEL - ROLL
    ∗ Aileron Disc Handle................................................................................. PULL
  13. LOSS OF BRAKING
    ∗ Emergency/Parking Brake....................................................................... PULL
  14. PITCH TRIM RUNAWAY
    • ∗ A/P Disc Button ...................................................................PRESS and HOLD
    • ∗ Pitch Trim System 1 and 2 Cutout Buttons.......................................PUSH IN
  15. ROLL (YAW) TRIM RUNAWAY
    ∗ A/P Disc Button ..................................................................PRESS AND HOLD
  16. STEERING RUNAWAY
    • ∗ Steer Disc Switch.................................................................................. PRESS
    • ∗ Use differential braking and rudder to steer the airplan
  17. VOLCANIC ASH
    • ∗ Autothrottle.................................................................................. DISENGAGE
    • ∗ Thrust Levers (If altitude permits)........................................................... IDLE
  18. UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED
    • ∗ Autothrottle.................................................................................. DISENGAGE
    • Avoid quick Thrust Lever movements.
    • ∗ Autopilot....................................................................................... DISENGAGE
    • ∗ Flight Director............................................................................................. OFF
  19. CABIN ALTITUDE HI OR RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION EICAS Indication: Cabin Altitude indication in red. Aural Warning: CABIN.
    • ∗ Oxygen Masks................................................................................. DON, 100%
    • ∗ Crew Communication.................................................................... ESTABLISH
    • ∗ Fasten Belts Signs............................................................................................ON
    • ∗ PA (if conditions permit).............................. “ATTENTION-FLIGHT ATTENDANTS SECURE THE CABIN-PASSENGERS TAKE YOUR SEATS”
    • ∗ Altitude ......................................10,000 FT OR MEA, WHICHEVER IS HIGHER
    • ∗ FLCH..................................................................................................... SELECT
    • ∗ Airspeed .................................................................MAN, MAX/APPROPRIATE If structural damage is suspected, limit airspeed and avoid high maneuvering loads.
    • ∗ Thrust Levers............................................................................................. IDLE
    • ∗ Speedbrake.................................................................................... FULL OPEN
    • ∗ ATC........................................................................................................ NOTIFY
    • ∗ Transponder............................................................................................... 7700
    • Cabin Altitude ....................................................................................MONITOR CABIN ALTITUDE REACHES 14,000 FT? No Yes
    • ∗ Passenger Oxygen Selector................................................................. OVRD
    • ∗ PA.......................................................................... “ATTENTION PUT ON YOUR OXYGEN MASKS IMMEDIATELY”
    • When level off altitude has been reached: PA............................................................. “IN CHARGE FLIGHT ATTENDANT CALL (OR REPORT TO) THE FLIGHT DECK” (“USING OXYGEN” IF REQ’D)
  20. BATT 1(2) OVERTEMP
    • ∗ Associated Battery.................................................................................... OFF
    • Note: Do not start the APU.
  21. APU FIRE Light: APU Emergency Stop Button upper half illuminates in red.
    ∗ APU Emergency Stop Button............................................................PUSH IN
  22. ENG 1(2) FIRE EICAS Indication: FIRE icon on the associated ITT indicator. Light: Associated fire handle illuminates.
    • ∗ Autothrottle.................................................................................. DISENGAGE
    • ∗ Affected engine:
    • ∗ Thrust Lever............................................................................................ IDLE
    • ∗ Start/Stop Selector ................................................................................STOP
    • ∗ Fire Extinguishing Handle.................................................................... PULL
  23. LG BAY FIRE
    • ∗ INITIATE DIVERSION TO NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT.
    • ∗ Airspeed...............................................................................................MAX 265
    • ∗ Landing gear .......................................................................................EXTEND
  24. ENG FAIL/FIRE IN CRUISE
    • – Verify or move the thrust levers to the TOGA detent.
    • – Verify or select CON thrust. – Disconnect the autothrottle.
    • – Set the single engine drift down altitude obtained from the speed card.
    • – Advise ATC.
    • – Maintain altitude until speed decreases to Green Dot speed.
    • – Set speed to MAN.
    • – Select FLCH to begin descent after confirming the autothrottle is off and thrust levers are in the TOGA detent.
    • – Adjust speed to match Green Dot speed in descent.
    • – Land at nearest suitable airport.
    • Note: When an engine failure is accompanied with a fire, the drill may be started prior to reaching driftdown speed.
  25. WINDSHEAR/EGPWS
    • Call “FIREWALL” (max thrust)
    • Disconnect AP/AT Level Wings
    • Press the TO/GA button Follow FD Guidance (windshear) or maintain 20° or PLI whichever is lower
    • (GPWS).
    • PM call “CLEAR OF WARNING”
    • Reconfigure aircraft
  26. STALL RECOVERY
    • Calls “STALL”
    • Disconnect AP/AT
    • Apply nose down attitude and level wings until out of stall
    • Apply thrust as required
    • Accelerate the aircraft to a safe speed
    • Retract speed brakes
    • PM Call “CLEAR OF WARNING”
    • Return the aircraft to a normal flight path Call for configuration changes and re-engage automation as required
  27. LOW ENERGY GO AROUND
    • PF............ “FIREWALL” (MAX THRUST), “GO-AROUND, NAV, FLAP”
    • – Pitch.................................................................................. ADJUST TO TOUCHDOWN ATTITUDE
  28. TCAS RA
    • – AUTOPILOT................................................................................................................DISCONNECT
    • – AUTOTHROTTLE .......................................................................................................DISCONNECT
    • – THRUST LEVERS ...............................................................................................................ADJUST
    • – PITCH .................................................................................................................AS REQ’D FOR RA If a TCAS "CLIMB" RA occurs on final approach when configured for landing:
    • – AUTOPILOT................................................................................................................DISCONNECT
    • – AUTOTHROTTLE .......................................................................................................DISCONNECT
    • – THRUST LEVERS ...............................................................................................................ADJUST
    • – PITCH .................................................................................................................AS REQ'D FOR RA
    • – GO-AROUND..........................................................................................PROCEDURE COMPLETE
    • PM call “Air Canada ___ TCAS RA”.
    • Aural message "CLEAR OF CONFLICT".
    • PF return to required flight path, no greater than 500 fpm.
  29. RTO / GROUND INCIDENT, SEVERE DAMAGE
    As per I wills you wills.
  30. ENG ABNORMALS AT OR ABOVE V1
    As per I wills, you wills.
  31. CREW INCAPACITATION
    Two communications with no response, or challenge with significant deviation from profile
    • -Assume control of aircraft, maintain/correct flight profile
    • -Engage autopilot
    • -Request assistance from FAs or flight deck jumpseat observer
    • -Adjust seat full aft, tilt back, lock shoulder harness and use as a restraint, rudder pedals full forward
  32. Emergency Comm during pushback, ground crew and flight deck
    • "Emergency, emergency, set brakes, set brakes"
    • "Emergency, emergency, stop pushback, stop pushback"
  33. EMERGENCY Comms
    - 2 mins prior to touchdown
    - 30 sec prior to touch down
    - Rapid Deplanement
    - Evacuation
    • "Emergency stations, emergency stations"
    • "Brace for landing, brace for landing"
    • “Deplane immediately and leave your personal belongings”
    • “Evacuate, Evacuate”
  34. BOUNCED LANDING RECOVERY
    • Light bounce
    • - Maintain landing attitude
    • - Apply power

    • Severe Bounce
    • - TOGA and TL to MAX
    • - Hold the flare attitude
    • - Low energy GA procedure
  35. NOSE UP RECOVERY
    • - Disengage AP/AT
    • - Reduce pitch angle (if necessary, use pitch trim, reduce thrust, bank at 45-60 degrees)

    • When pitch back to normal
    • - Level wings
    • - Reconfigure aircraft

    *PM, confirm AP/AT disengage, make callouts
  36. NOSE DOWN RECOVERY
    • - Disengage AP/AT
    • - Level wings
    • - If airspeed too high, reduce thrust and use speed brakes
    • - Pull the control column or use pitch trim to bring back to level flight
    • - Resume normal flight, reconfigure aircraft
  37. Discontinued Approach
    • - “DISCOUNTINUED APPROACH”
    • - Adjust or verify ALT Preselector.
    • - Select the most appropriate vertical mode (VS or FLCH recommended).
    • - Select FMS if it is not the navigation source and select HDG/NAV to comply with ATC instructions or to follow the missed approach profile. If req'd, MISSED APP key on FMS to sequence.
    • - Resume proper airplane configuration (gear and flaps) and speed as desired

    • * use instead of GA if outside of FAF, not fully configured, or within 400’ of ALT SEL (won't capture if TOGA pressed)
    • * select missed app key on FMS if required for navigation (not sequenced auto without TOGA)
Author
iMel
ID
350491
Card Set
QRH Recalls
Description
Memory Items for EMJ
Updated