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  • AEGEAN

    Operations Manual Part BList Of Changes

    Revision 15

    [Printed manuals always have to be checked versus the electronic edition to be sure not to use an outdated version. Prints should show the caution UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED ]

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    Table of Contents

    1 CHAPTER00GENERAL ....................................................................................................................4

    1.1 INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................. 4 1.2 GENERAL .......................................................................................................................................... 4 1.2.1 ONBOARDPAPERDOCUMENTATION ..........................................................................................................5 1.2.2 ONBOARDELECTRONICMANUALS .............................................................................................................5

    2 CHAPTER2NORMALOPERATIONS .................................................................................................6

    1.2NORMALCHECKLIST ............................................................................................................................... 6 2.1 1.6PRELIMINARYCOCKPITPREPARATION ............................................................................................... 6 2.2 1.8COCKPITPREPARATION .................................................................................................................. 6 2.3 1.8.12TAKEOFFBRIEFING .................................................................................................................. 7 2.4 1.9BEFOREPUSHBACKORSTART .......................................................................................................... 7 2.5 1.13BEFORETAKEOFF ....................................................................................................................... 7 2.6 1.14TAKEOFF .................................................................................................................................. 7 2.7 1.16CLIMB ...................................................................................................................................... 8 2.7.1 FL100CHECKS .........................................................................................................................................8 2.8 1.17CRUISE ..................................................................................................................................... 8 2.9 1.18DESCENTPREPARATION................................................................................................................ 8 2.10 1.19DESCENT ................................................................................................................................. 9 2.10.1 LEVELOFFDURINGDESCENT....................................................................................................................9 2.11 1.21NONPRECISIONAPPROACH:........................................................................................................ 9 2.12 1.25AFTERLANDING ........................................................................................................................ 9 2.13 1.26PARKING ................................................................................................................................. 9 2.13.1 AFTERENGINESHUTDOWN......................................................................................................................9 2.13.2 SUBCHAPTER2SUPPLEMENTARYTECHNIQUES ...............................................................................9

    3 CHAPTER3ABNORMALOPERATIONS...........................................................................................10

    4 CHAPTER9MINIMUMEQUIPMENTLIST .......................................................................................10

    5 CHAPTER11EMERGENCYEVACUATIONPROCEDURES ..................................................................10

    5.1 3EMERGENCYEVACUATIONPROCEDURE ........................................................................................... 10

    6 APPENDIXALOWVISIBILITYOPS..................................................................................................10

    6.1 2LIMITATIONS ............................................................................................................................. 10 6.2 2.5AUTOMATICAPPROACH,LANDINGANDROLLOUT ............................................................................ 10 6.3 2.5.5AUTOMATICLANDINGA319 ...................................................................................................... 11 6.3.1 SUBCHAPTER 4....................................................................................................................................11

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    6.4 7.4LOSSOFVISUALCUES .................................................................................................................. 11

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    1 CHAPTER 00 GENERAL

    1.1 INTRODUCTION

    Aegean Operations Manual Airbus A320 Family aircrafts (Part B) includes the IAE engines Airbus A319, A320 and A321. The manual provides crewmembers with information on the technical, procedural and performance characteristics of the Airbus A320 family aircrafts.

    Variation specific information is clearly marked for example For A321.

    Additional type related information could be found in the different Airbus Manuals, which are split into the FCOM, QRH and FCTM.

    1.2 GENERAL

    Aegean applies Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) as stated in Section 2 Normal Procedures. In order to fully understand the procedures specified hereafter, pilots must be familiar with standard Airbus philosophies. The Aegean SOPs are complementary procedures to Airbus and represent the operators philosophy in some areas of operation. The following chapters and the Normal Checklist, which is part of this manual, will reflect those areas.

    The normal checklist (see Section 2 Normal Checklist), which is on a separate laminated card in the cockpit, forms part of the OM B.

    In case of discrepancies between procedures/publications, the priorities are as follows:

    OFP Crew Briefing Notes/Remarks FCN Level 1, which are, specified as superseding Operating Manuals Airbus OEBs Company Operations Manuals Airbus FCOM Airbus FCTM The company recognizes that SOPs cannot include all situations and hence in exceptional circumstances the commander or deputy shall act as required by the situation. Pilots joining Aegean from other airlines may have used significantly different SOPs. It is essential that previous company SOPs are discarded and Aegean SOPs adopted.

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    1.2.1 ON BOARD PAPER DOCUMENTATION

    The following list details the paper manuals and forms, which should be in the cockpit:

    2 QRH 2 Normal Checklists (laminated) 1 Aircraft Documentation and Certificates bag 1 Quick Access Information Folder (QAI) Loadsheet Form Aircraft Technical Log MEL

    1.2.2 ON BOARD ELECTRONIC MANUALS

    The following list details the electronic manuals that are included in the LPC:

    OM Part A OM Part B OM Part C Aerodrome Briefing Supplement OM Part D CSPM FCOM/OEB FCTM AFM/CDL

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    2 CHAPTER 2 NORMAL OPERATIONS

    1.2 NORMAL CHECKLIST

    New section added in OM-B. Guidance information provided.

    2.1 1.6 PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

    ALTERNATE BRAKING SYSTEM (For MSN 1727-1880 only)

    Note: The purpose of this check is to verify, before the first flight of the day, the efficiency of the alternate braking system (absence of spongy pedals).

    Y ELEC PUMP pb-sw............................................................................................. CHECK OFF

    CHOCKS.............................................................................................................. CHECK IN PLACE

    PRK BRK handle...................................................................................................OFF

    BRAKE PEDALS.....................................................................................................PRESS

    Apply maximum pressure on both pedals.

    BRAKE PRESSURE (on BRAKE press indicator)................................................................. CHECK

    Pressure must build up without delay symmetrically on left and right sides for the same application simultaneously

    applied on left and right pedals. With full pedal deflection, the pressure must be between 2 000 and 2 700 PSI.

    BRAKE PEDALS................................................................................................................ RELEASE

    PRK BRK handle.............................................................................. .................