2015 – 3.1 erj 190 – 100/200 operational tips guide

2015 – 3.1 erj 190 – 100/200 operational tips guide

2015 – 3.1

ERJ 190 – 100/200

OPERATIONAL TIPS GUIDE

FARRETONES TIP GUIDE

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Safety and Power-Up Checklist

General: This checklist is used on an unpowered aircraft to ensure the application of electrical power and air conditioning is properly performed. This is a Read and Do checklist

Who: Accomplished by the first pilot arriving at the aircraft

When: Arriving at an unpowered aircraft

This is a silent checklist with no established flows. Each item is read and accomplished silently.

Safety

AUTO / NO LIGHT

MAINTENANCE

STATUS

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Power-Up

EMER LT TEST:

*CABIN CREW*

OFF -> ON

CAS: EMER LT ON

EMER LT NOT ARMED

ON -> ARMED

GPU or APU

BATT 1 & 2

22.5 MIN

EICAS MSG

NONE 5sec

FIRE TEST:

FIRE HANDLES IN

PUSHBUTTONS GUARDED

CLICAR TEST

6 LIGHTS OVERHEAD

5 MSG CAS

2 WARNING/ 2 FIRE ITT

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3.7 Receiving Checklist

General: This checklist is used for the first flight in an aircraft or when the Crew for an aircraft has changed and after it has been left unattended by the flight crew for any period of time. If an item was already checked on the Power Up checklist, it does not have to be reaccomplished if the cockpit prep steps are identical.

Who: Accomplished by the

Captain

When: Prior to the cockpit preparation flow.

FIRE TEST:

IF POWER UP DONE,

DO NOT RE TEST.

M

aintenance

O

xygen

R

opes

E

xtinguisher

F

lashlight

L

ife vest

A

xe

P

be

CBs

Gear/Rat pins

CBs (CAPT & FO)

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Cockpit Preparation

F.O.

BARO

FMS

&

-EFB: ON.

Data base.

Dep/Arv/Alt

Charts.

ATIS freq.

ATIS

-If PF: Flight Plan->FMS.

-EPOP: Begin.

-TRASH

MFD: “C” inverted

Weather: TGT / ACT / TURB

TCAS: 40NM / EXPANDED

MAP: ALL

PM: TERRAIN

PLAN: ALL

WAYPOINT CENTER

STATUS: CHECK

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CAPT

-ALT: FT

-SPD: MAN 180

-SRC: P/PF

-BARO

-FMS ++

-EFB: ON.

Data base.

Dep/Arv/Alt

Charts.

DOCS.

-If PF: Flight Plan->FMS. ->

MFD: “C” inverted

-Weather: TGT / ACT / TURB

-TCAS: 40NM / EXPANDED

-MAP: ALL

PM: TERRAIN

-PLAN: ALL

WAYPOINT CENTER

-STATUS: CHECK

HYD: QNTY

FLT CNTRL: PBIT

STATUS:

Brake accumulator

Oil

oXygen

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Before Start To the Line

General:These flows and checklist are used to prepare for starting the engines.

Who:Initiated by the Captain; read by the First Officer

When:After cockpit preparation is completed

F.O. (yellow); CAPT (red).

-If PF: Flight Plan->FMS.

-ACARS: Pre FLT report.

-ATC clearance (monitor).

-Check Flight Plan.

-If PF: Takeoff Briefing.

B

rakes.

B

elts.

B

riefing.

**Before Start Checklist to the line**

-If PF: Flight Plan->FMS.

-EPOP: Begin.

-Climb Speed: Run.

-Enter climb speed FMS.

-ATC clearance.

-Set XPNDR code.

-Check Flight Plan.

-If PF: Takeoff Briefing.

TAKEOFF

BRIEFING

A

tis

T

axi

T

akeoff

C

ontingency

S

pecial/threats

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Below the Line

General:These flows and checklist continue with the preparation for starting the engines.

Who:Initiated by the Captain; read by the First Officer.

When: Completed just prior to pushback, or if a pushback will be not accomplished, just prior to engine start.

F.O. (yellow); CAPT (red).

-MAINT: READY TO PUSH?

-ATC: Push & start up!

STEER OFF

DOORS

DOORS

TRS

-EPOP: Inform FO:

>Pantry.

>Pax (A/C).

>Cargo.

-DOOR LOCKED “CLACK”

**Below the line**

-EPOP: Finish.

-ZFW: Xcheck CAPT.

-FMS: Set Vspeeds.

-TRS info: Inform CAPT.

-TRIM: SET.

-GP: VNAV + SPEED FMS or MAN (Vfs) + NAV.

TO/GA .

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After Start

General:These flows and checklist are used to conclude the engine start procedure.

Who:Initiated by the Captain; read by the First Officer.

When:Single Engine Taxi Out (SETO) - Complete the flow after starting the first engine. (If not performing a Crossbleed start procedure, shut down the APU after starting the second engine).

- or -

Two Engine Taxi - Complete the After Start flow following the start of the second engine. The Before Takeoff (To The Line) checklist is always completed after BOTH engines are started.

No

steps of either the Captain or First Officer flow shall be commenced until

AFTER

the Captain has acknowledged the wave-off from the Ground Crew. This signals the First Officer to begin the After Start flows.

F.O. (yellow); CAPT (red).

ELECTRICAL

-FO: Good Start!

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Before Takeoff

General: These flows and checklist is used to ensure the aircraft is ready for takeoff.

Who: Initiated by the Captain; read by the First Officer.

When:After BOTH engines are started and b oth pilots’ flows are complete.

F.O. (yellow); CAPT (red).

-FO: ENG#2: “Good start!”

-After start check completed.

STATUS

FLT

CNTRL

-CAPT: Steering: Push down.

-FO: Ride the pedals:

“Checked”

-“TAKE OFF OK!!!

**Before takeoff checklist – to the line**

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Below the Line

Who:Initiated by Captain, read by First Officer

When:When cleared to the runway by ATC.

F.O. (yellow); CAPT (red).

MFD

MAP

MFD

MAP

MCDU

-PF: FLT PLAN

-PM: RADIOS

-XPNDR: TA/RA.

-MFD: MAP.

-MFD: MAP.

-“

ATC: Cleared to take off/line up.”

**Below the line**

-ATC: Cleared to take off/line up.

-FO: “Tripulação, preparar para decolagem”

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TO

green

ATTCS

green

PM: “Airspeed alive”

Both speed tape alive

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After Takeoff

General: This checklist is used to confirm that the aircraft is configured for climb/cruise.

Who:

Initiated by the PF; PM reads and accomplishes silently; however verbalizes “After

Takeoff Checklist Complete

”.

When: After Slat/Flap retraction

PM (yellow); PF (red).

-PF: “After takeoff checklist”

-PM: “After takeoff checklist complete”

-PF: “Set CLB1”

-PM: Select CLB1 MCDU

-PM: “Speed checked, flaps zero (0)”

-GEAR: UP.

-FLAP: 0.

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PM (yellow); PF (red).

FL100

-PF: “One zero zero”

OPTM

CRZ

ALT

-MAP:

WX

-FMS:

PROG

RADIO

Conditions depending, the Captain will turn off the FSTN BELTS as his discretion, even below FL 100.

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Cruise

PM (yellow); PF (red).

Altimeters

RVSM

200 FT MAX

CRZ

90 S

ALL

PAGES

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Descent Preparation

General: These flows and checklist are used to set up the aircraft for a descent and approach.

Descent preparation and approach briefing should begin approximately 100 NM before top of descent.

Who: Initiated by the PF

When: Flow is completed prior to top of descent (TOD). Checklist is performed leaving cruise flight level.

PM (yellow); PF (red).

PF will transfer control of aircraft to PM prior to initiating the approach preparation and briefing.

PF PM

“Your controls and ATC” “My controls and ATC”

DESCENT PREPARATION - PF

A tis

N otam

F light plan (preparar chegada)

L anding data (epop)

A pproach briefing

C onfiguration (autobrake, flap, reverso)

R unway

F uel

T hreats

S pecials

APRCH

F requência

B aro

I n bound course

Captain is responsible for customers PA announcements and is strongly recommended that he delegates this task to his F/O when he is the PF.

MCDU

FMS - PF

NAV > ARRIVAL (6R)

Select APPROACH (2L)

Select assigned approach

Select APP TRANS (6L)

Select appropriate transition (if required)

Select STAR (6L)

Select appropriate STAR (if required)

Select STAR transition (if required)

Enter applicable altitude and speed constraints (if required)

INSERT > ACTIVATE

DESCENT PREPARATION – PM

-Cabin Discrepancy -> Obtain Status

-In Range Report (Com2)

FLT N°;

ACFT ID;

PRIORITIES AND SERVICES NEEDED;

ETA.

EPOP/PERFORMANCE - PF

-Check the landing weight, from the PERF LANDING page, and obtain the speeds from the EPOP. After that, insert the speeds on PERF LANDING page.

-The landing weight and landing speeds should be cross checked and briefed only during the briefing.

-

Complete EPOP for landing performance. Software will check critical wind for each runway and will correct maximum landing weight.

-Takeoff Page 1/2 - insert landing runway heading, wind

-Enter the winds from the ATIS without any gusts to check if close to crosswind / headwind / tailwind limit.

-Takeoff Page - Review crosswind and headwind/tailwind

-Landing Page 2/2 - Insert V-Speeds

• Insert appropriate V-speeds from the EPOP. Vap inserted on the MCDU must be Vref + 5kt. Any other necessary wind correction must be set on the GP on final approach.

Leaving cruise flight level.

Panel Set

– PF/

PM

-Nav Radio frequencies (if applicable)

-Final approach course (if applicable)

-Minimums for the approach

-Bearing pointers (If applicable)

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FL 100

General

:These flows are used to configure the aircraft’s exterior lights for descent and notify the Cabin Crew that the flight is entering the sterile cockpit environment.

Who:Initiated by Captain

When:Leaving FL 100.

PM (yellow); PF (red).

FL100

-PF: “One zero zero”

-MAP:

TERRAIN

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These speeds allow an inadvertent 15° overshoot beyond the normal 25° bank and provide 1.3 g margin over stick shaker speed. They are valid for all weights up to the maximum structural landing weight.

Approach Configuration Guide (Standard Profile)

Pilots must plan the flight approach so as to configure the Flaps 2, Green Dot and gear up, while in the intermediate segment of the Instrument Approach Procedures (or about 7nm from the runway in procedures without intermediate segment) This configuration will be kept till 5nm from the runway. At this point, the final configuration of the aircraft to land will be initiated to be stabilized:

- 1.000 ft AFE night/IMC , 500ft AFE VFR APP , 300ft SDU, 1.500ft AFE CAT II HUDA3

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If the STALL PROT ICE SPEED message is present, or icing conditions are anticipated on any portion of the arrival or approach, apply Green Dot + 10 kt. If flying under turbulent air condition, also apply Green Dot + 10 kt.

Excessive or uncorrected deviations below

1000 ft. AFE or 500 ft. AFE (VFR) require a goaround.

The PM is required to check this at the required altitude and make one of the following callouts:

“1000 (500), stable” or

“Not stable, go around”

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Landing

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General:This checklist is performed after the aircraft is in the landing configuration

Who:Initiated by pilot flying, read by pilot monitoring

When:When called for by PF, after selection of landing flaps.

PM (yellow); PF (red).

-CHECK: XFEED OFF.

-CHECK: DOWN + 3 green .

FLAP 5 or FULL

LDG FLAPS

-PF: “Landing checklist”

-CHECK: 5 or FULL.

-PM: “Tripulação, preparar para o pouso”.

After Landing

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General:These flows and checklist are used to configure the aircraft for taxi to the gate.

Who:Initiated by the Captain, read and accomplished silently by the First Officer, who verbalizes “After Landing Checklist Complete”.

When:After the aircraft has cleared the active runway the F/O will perform the after landing procedures and checklist.

F.O. (yellow); CAPT (red).

APU should be started aprox. 1 minute prior to park at the gate. Engine #2 must not be shut down during APU start cycle.

-FO: “After landing checklist complete”

Turn off the lights when vacate the runway.

Before turning off the Landing Lights, turn on the Nose Taxi Light.

CLEARED THE RUNWAY

-CAPT: “After landing checklist”

-CAPT: “Shutdown Engine #2”

-BRAKE TEMP: CHECK

-TRIM: UP 2.0

Parking

Operate the engine at or near idle thrust for 2 minutes prior to shutdown. The progress portion of the MAP display resets at approximately 2 minutes after landing, as does the flight plan.

-FO: ENG#2:

During turn-arounds, in case of unavailability of the GPU, the

APU should be started normally, however, the APU bleed and PACK1 must remain off when the outside temperature is at or below 26 º C, or when there is no crew on board.

STOP

-XPNDR:

-MFD:

STBY-2000

STATUS .

.

-FLAPS: UP.

If starting the APU during taxi-in, the APU speed must be above 95% for 10 seconds or Electrical Synoptic Page must be checked (APU GEN ready to load - green) prior to shutting down an engine. Conversely if an engine is shut down wait 10 seconds until the electrical system has stabilized on the remaining IDG before starting the APU.

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General:These flows and checklist are required to ensure the aircraft engines can be safely shutdown and that the Crew can perform their required post-flight duties. Thrust levers MUST be at idle for engine shutdown.

Who:Initiated by the Captain; read by the First Officer

When:Parked at the gate

F.O. (yellow); CAPT (red).

During turn-arounds, in case of temperature above 26º C PACK 1 should remain off.

-CAPT: “Parking checklist”

PARKED AT GATE

-Captain should check OFF icon on N1 for both engines and state "OFF"

-In case of using GPU, wait 10 seconds or check Electrical Synoptic Page (GPU supplying one side) before an engine stop.

MFD

E.C.S.

ACARS

ACARS: Report ON and IN times to the airport base.

Parking Brake

………………………. OFF

After marshaller confirms chocks are placed.

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Securing

General:This checklist ensures that the aircraft is properly secured during RONs or other extended periods on the ground.

Who:Initiated by the Captain, read and accomplished silently by the First Officer who verbalizes “Securing Checklist Complete.

When:When the aircraft is ready to be secured.

F.O. (yellow); CAPT (red).

-FO: “Securing checklist complete”

-CAPT: “Securing checklist”

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Power-Down

General:This checklist ensures that the aircraft is properly powered-down during system resets, RONs, or other extended periods on the ground.

Who:Initiated by the Captain, read and accomplished silently by the First Officer who verbalizes “Power-Down Checklist Complete.

When:When the aircraft is ready to be powered-down.

F.O. (yellow); CAPT (red).

-FO: “Power-down checklist complete”

-CAPT: “Power-down checklist”

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