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Table of Contents
Table of Contents.............................................................................................................................................1
1. Purpose.........................................................................................................................................................3
2. Pilot-In-Command Qualification.................................................................................................................4
2.1 Initial Instruction....................................................................................................................................4
2.2 Recurrent Instruction..............................................................................................................................4
2.3 Emergency training................................................................................................................................4
2.4 Logging Requirements...........................................................................................................................5
2.5 Familiarization with aircraft systems.....................................................................................................5
3. Aircraft Requirements..................................................................................................................................6
3.1 Certification Requirements....................................................................................................................6
3.2 Minimum Equipment List Compliance..................................................................................................6
3,3 Weight and Balance Documentation .....................................................................................................6
3.4 Inspection Compliance...........................................................................................................................6
3.5 Safety and AD Compliance....................................................................................................................6
3.7 Electronic Navigation Databases...........................................................................................................7
3.8 Other Requirements Over Water & International flight.....................................................................7
4. Planning Procedures.....................................................................................................................................8
4.1 Pilot Readiness/Fitness..........................................................................................................................8
4.2 Flight Planning.......................................................................................................................................8
4.3 Weather Considerations.........................................................................................................................8
4.3.1 Departure.........................................................................................................................................8
4.3.2 En-route...........................................................................................................................................8
4.3.3 Destination......................................................................................................................................9
4.4 Fuel.........................................................................................................................................................9
4.5 Weight and Balance...............................................................................................................................9
4.6 Field Length/Surface Analysis.............................................................................................................10
4.7 Pilot-in-command Authority...............................................................................................................10
5. Aircraft Operations....................................................................................................................................11
5.1 Pre-Flight.............................................................................................................................................11
5.1.1 Aircraft Inspection........................................................................................................................11
5.1.2 Flight Data and Info......................................................................................................................11
5.1.3 Cockpit Check...............................................................................................................................11
5.1.4 Passenger Briefing........................................................................................................................11
5.1.5 Cockpit Briefing............................................................................................................................12
5.2 Start & Taxi.........................................................................................................................................12
5.3 Take Off...............................................................................................................................................12
5.4 Climb....................................................................................................................................................13
5.5 Cruise...................................................................................................................................................13
5.6 Descent.................................................................................................................................................14
5.7 Terminal Procedures............................................................................................................................14
5.8 Landing................................................................................................................................................14
5.9 Missed Approach Procedures...............................................................................................................15

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5.10 Post-Landing .....................................................................................................................................15
5.11 Parking and Shut Down.....................................................................................................................15
5.12 Over Night Storage............................................................................................................................15
5.13 Post-Flight Analysis...........................................................................................................................15
Appendix 1 Minimum Equipment List.......................................................................................................17
Appendix 3: Weight and Balance.................................................................................................................92
Appendix 3: Weight and Balance.................................................................................................................93
Aircraft Incident Procedure/Response.......................................................................................................95
Definitions......................................................................................................................................................95
Aircraft...................................................................................................................................................95
Accident.................................................................................................................................................95
Substantial Damage................................................................................................................................96
Demolished............................................................................................................................................96
Fatal Injury.............................................................................................................................................96
Serious Injury.........................................................................................................................................96
Incident...................................................................................................................................................96
Overdue..................................................................................................................................................97
Information Form...........................................................................................................................................99

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1. Purpose
The purpose of this manual is to express guidelines for normal single pilot operation of the Pilatus PC12,
from planning a flight, through shut-down upon completion of the flight. This is not meant to be either a
replacement for, or supplement to, the Pilot Operating Handbook. Pilots flying this aircraft are expected to
familiarize themselves with the guidelines contained herein and apply them as appropriate to flight
operations.
This operations manual is not intended to supersede or replace the FARs or any manufacturers
operating handbook. Some redundancy may exist, however, in order to stress operational procedures or
regulatory limitations.

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2. Pilot-In-Command Qualification
Operation of the aircraft may only be conducted by appropriate qualified and approved pilots. Approval
may be granted (pending insurance approval) by the Owner based on the following minimum
requirements:
Private Pilot Rating Airplane Single Engine Land
Instrument Flight Rating
High Altitude Operating Endorsement
Class III Medical
Experience Requirements
Current Instrument Proficiency
1500 Hours Total Time
100 Hours in previous 12 months
500 Hours Turbine time
50 Hours Make and Model
2.1

Initial Instruction

Pilots must demonstrate successful completion of SimComs Initial PC-12 training.


2.2

Recurrent Instruction

Pilots must attend SimCom Recurrent PC-12 or insurance approved equivalent training once in every 12
month period. At least one in three recurrent training sessions should include actual flight time.
Pilots shall complete an approved Safety and Flight Training seminar once in every 12 month period, not
less than 4 months, nor more than 8 months, after the SimCom training.
2.3

Emergency training

Part 91 does not contain a detailed requirement for flight crew emergency training. However, FAR
Section 135.331 requires each training program to include emergency training for each aircraft type,
model and configuration, each crew member and each kind of operation conducted for each crew
member. While SimCom training addresses basic emergency procedures for the PC-12, pilots should
familiarize themselves with the following topics:
Instruction in emergency assignments and procedures, including coordination among crew
members
Individual instruction in the location, function and operation of emergency equipment,
including:
o
o
o

Equipment used in ditching and evacuation


First aid equipment and its proper use
Portable fire extinguishers, with emphasis on the type of extinguisher to be used on
different classes of fires

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Instruction in the handling of emergency situations including:

o
o

Rapid decompression
Fire in flight or on the surface and smoke control procedures with emphasis on electrical
equipment and related circuit breakers
Ditching and evacuation
Illness, injury, or other abnormal situations involving passengers or crew members
Hijacking and other unusual situations

o
o
o

Altitude chamber training is recommended for those pilots operating above 25,000-feet
mean sea level (MSL) (Note: Altitude chamber training does not meet the high altitude training,
which is required under FAR Section 61.31(f).)
Emergency procedures as described in the aircraft's manual
2.4

Logging Requirements

All flight experience shall be logged in written form as soon as practical upon completion of flight. Logged
information shall include date of flight, origin, destination, time as PIC, number and type of landings,
number and type of instrument approaches (if any), aircraft type, aircraft category, aircraft registration,
and shall be available for inspection with on reasonable notice.
2.5

Familiarization with aircraft systems

The PC-12 S/N xxx has an extensive array of navigation and flight control equipment designed to improve
safety, pilot flight awareness and reduce work load. These systems include:

Honeywell KLN90B Approach Certified GPS


Honeywell EFIS
King KFC-325 3-Axis autopilot
King KMD-850 Multi-function display with moving map, radar, StormScope. Enhanced Ground
Proximity Warning System (E-GPWS), DataLink Weather, and Traffic Information System for
collision avoidance
Dual Attitude and Heading Reference Systems (AHRS)
Dual Transponders
Dual Heated Pitot-Static reference systems

Manuals for all these systems are available on-board the aircraft for in-flight reference. Pilots should
familiarize themselves with these systems prior to flight.

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3. Aircraft Requirements
3.1

Certification Requirements

Minimum legal certification requirements shall be maintained at all times, based on the local, state and
federal requirements dictated by the home operating location of the aircraft. A written record of the
current certification status shall be kept and shall be available for inspection on reasonable request. This
record will include:
Date and flight hours of last Annual Inspection
Date and flight hours of last 100 hour Inspection
Date of last Pitot-Static test
Date of last Transponder test
Date of next ELT battery replacement
Date, location, type of check, facility name, observed error for VOR check
3.2

Minimum Equipment List Compliance

The Minimum Equipment List MEL - as developed by the Manufacturer shall be the overriding MEL for
determining if the aircraft is legal for flight operation. In the event that the MEL is not met, the local
responsible FSDO shall be contacted to provide necessary permission for ferry flight to maintenance.
3,3

Weight and Balance Documentation

Weight and Balance Documentation specific to the aircraft shall be maintained and copies kept with the
aircraft. As changes are made to configuration, Weight and Balance baselines shall be recomputed and
shall become the new baseline for pre-flight calculation.
Weight and Balance shall be verified every 5 years by weighing the aircraft in conformance with the
Manufacturers approved procedure.
3.4

Inspection Compliance

Aircraft shall be maintained according to Pilatus suggested maintenance intervals. For aircraft S/N xxx,
maintenance intervals shall be 100 hours, with a 10% excess allowance; however, any excess shall be
subtracted from the next 100 hour interval. FAA required annual inspections shall qualify as 100 hour
inspections, and restart the inspection cycle.
3.5

Safety and AD Compliance

All Airworthiness Directives will be complied with within the specified period, or the aircraft shall not be
flown until compliance is achieved. All Service Bulletins and Service Letters shall be assessed for their
safety impact, and all such Bulletins and Letters of a safety of-operation-nature shall be complied with as
soon as practical. All such Bulletins and Letters of a Mandatory nature (per manufacturers statements)
shall be complied with as soon as practical.

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3.7

Electronic Navigation Databases

The owner maintains subscriptions for electronic navigation databases used for the on-board GPS
systems and Multi-function Display, as well as for Destination Direct flight planning software used in flight
operations. The pilot-in-command should familiarize themselves with the locations and status of each
electronic database prior to each flight.
3.8

Other Requirements Over Water & International flight

All over-water flights of greater than 40 miles require marine survival equipment on board. This minimally
will include a life jacket for each passenger and crew member, a raft with a capacity suitable for the full
passenger and crew load, a hand held battery powered aviation frequency radio transceiver and batteries,
a hand held battery powered GPS receiver and batteries, and a battery powered flashlight and batteries.
International operations shall be accomplished with caution in mind toward the safety and security of the
aircraft while unattended on the ground.

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4. Planning Procedures
4.1

Pilot Readiness/Fitness

Before undertaking any flight, the pilot-in-command must assess their readiness for flight taking into
account their physiological and mental health to perform flight operations.
Physiological health is impacted by a number of factors including lack of sleep, inadequate exercise, time
elapsed since the last meal and consumption of alcohol. Pilots are responsible for assessing these and
other factors in evaluating their suitability for flight operations.
Mental health is critical to maintain a high level of alertness and awareness of flight operations. Pilots
should not conduct flight operations when under high levels of stress or fatigue.
4.2

Flight Planning

The success of every flight begins with thorough flight planning. Pilots should ensure that adequate time
is set aside for flight planning well in advance of planned flight operations. Weather conditions and
forecasts should be monitored at least 2 days in advance of planned long-distance flights so that a
complete picture of weather conditions can be built in the mind of the pilot. Pilots should use all available
weather resources including the Weather Channel and services such as DUATS, DTN Weather Services
etc. as well as FAA Weather Briefing facilities via FSS or the Internet.
Flights will be conducted under FAR part 91 for day/night VFR/IFR operations taking into account the
recommendations below. Flights to unfamiliar locations or to locations in areas of intensive air traffic
(such as the Los Angeles Basin) should be planned and conducted under IFR flight plans. Flights to
locations over 200 miles distant from the point of departure should be planned and conducted under IFR
flight plans regardless of weather conditions.
Flights will be planned using a current weather briefing and Destination Direct flight planning software,
which should be used to print out a detailed navigation log and planned weight & balance manifest prior to
each flight.
4.3
4.3.1

Weather Considerations
Departure

Weather at the point of departure should always provide adequate minimums for a return to the airport
using an FAA approved Instrument Approach Procedure (IAP) as available. Before takeoff, the pilot-incommand should insure that one of the EFIS navigation pointers is set to the departure point in case an
emergency immediately after takeoff requires expedited return for landing.
Departure from airports without an approved FAA IAP should only be made when weather conditions at
the point of departure meet VFR minimums (1000 ceiling and 3 mile visibility).
4.3.2

En-route

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Flight planning should take into account the big picture. Prior to flight, the PIC should familiarize with
current and forecast en-route weather with consideration of what-if planning. What-if planning should
consider location of areas of VFR weather, mountainous regions and areas of intense weather activity.
Flight planning should be performed with a backup plan in mind should weather or other situations require
a change in flight path or destination.
Flights should be planned to avoid areas of reported or forecast severe turbulence, icing or convective
activity.
The PIC must be familiar with the operation of weather detection and avoidance equipment including
radar, StormScope, and DataLink weather reporting systems. Cruising altitudes should be chosen so that
to the maximum extent possible the aircraft should travel above weather systems.
4.3.3

Destination

Weather minimums at the planned destination should be forecast to be at least 300 above FAA published
minimums for the IAP to be used at the destination for the period one hour before arrival to one hour after
arrival. When forecast weather is less than 2000 ceiling, 3 miles visibility within the period one hour
before arrival to one hour after arrival, an alternate airport must be planned and filed. Weather at the
planned alternate must also be forecast to be 300 above the minimums required by the FAA for the
airport to be designated as an alternate.
For operations at night or reduced (but still VFR) visibility, the PIC should plan and request an appropriate
IAP at the destination airport; ILS approaches should be flown whenever possible (even in VFR
conditions) as they provide both course and altitude guidance to the runway.
Circle to land approaches should only be used when the weather meets VFR minimums at the destination
airport. Night time circle to land operations should be avoided.
Flights to airports served with only an ADF (no GPS overlay) approach should have weather minimums
forecast to be at least 500 higher than FAA published minimums and must be flown using the GPS for
navigation.
4.4

Fuel

The PIC should plan to load the aircraft with adequate fuel for the planned flight operation considering
FAA required fuel reserves appropriate to VFR or IFR flights, but not less than enough fuel to fly to the
destination, fly the planned approach procedure, execute the missed approach procedure, climb to
10,000 AGL, fly 150 miles to an alternative airport, and fly the approach procedure at that alternative
airport. At airports with sufficient runway length (taking into account airport elevation), the PIC should
load the maximum amount of fuel consistent with weight and balance limitations.

4.5

Weight and Balance

A weight and balance calculation should be performed before each flight taking into account fuel, number
of passengers and baggage to be loaded onto the aircraft.
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4.6

Field Length/Surface Analysis

Prior to flight, the PIC should calculate the required takeoff and landing distances given the forecast
weather and estimated weight of the aircraft at departure and arrival. The Pilatus POH should be used to
facilitate this calculation. Runway length for either departure or landing should be at least 120% of the
calculated distance for dry runway conditions and 130% for wet runway conditions.
Operations to non-paved runways should be avoided whenever practical. Landing distance requirements
should be increased to 130% of the calculated landing distance for unimproved runways.
4.7

Pilot-in-command Authority

FAR Section 91.3 states that the pilot-in-command of an aircraft is directly responsible for, and is the final
authority on, the operation of the aircraft. The pilot-in-command is vested with the final decision on
whether or not to proceed with the flight.
The pilot-in-command must resist being pressured by passengers or their own desire to complete the
flight into making a decision to proceed with the flight.
Pilot-in-command responsibilities include:

Ensuring compliance with FARs;


Reviewing the correctness of all aspects of flight planning;
Exercising command authority in routine and emergency situations.

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5. Aircraft Operations
All flight operations shall be conducted using an appropriate checklist. Copies of these checklists are
located in the pilot chart holder.
The PIC should use noise canceling headsets and the aircraft intercom for all phases of flight. These
headsets provide ear-protection against engine noise and ensure low noise communication.
5.1
5.1.1

Pre-Flight
Aircraft Inspection

A complete pre-flight inspection should be conducted by the PIC prior to each flight. The aircraft should
be inspected to insure the removal of all protective flags and plugs and insure the operational readiness of
the aircraft. Any discrepancies should be reviewed against the MEL to determine whether flight
operations are appropriate or possible,
5.1.2

Flight Data and Info

Prior to flight, the PIC should verify that the navigation databases for the King KLN90B GPS units and the
Honeywell KMD-850 MFD are valid and current.
5.1.3

Cockpit Check

Prior to engine start, the PIC should determine that all required charts and flight information are stowed
within easy reach of the pilot and do not obstruct the controls, central pedestal or the glare shield.
5.1.4

Passenger Briefing

Prior to engine start, the PIC should determine that all passenger baggage is stowed and that there is
clear access to doorways and the emergency exit.
Passengers need to be briefed on emergency exits, stations, and procedures. FAR Section 91.107
requires the pilot-in-command to ensure that the passengers have been notified to fasten their seat belt
and shoulder harness, if installed. Additionally, the pilot-in-command should brief passengers on:
The fact that smoking is prohibited;
Use of seat belts;
The placement of seats, tray tables, equipment and stores before takeoff and landing;
Prohibition on the use of cellular telephones and certain other portable electronic
equipment while in flight;
Location and means for opening the passenger entry door and emergency exits;
Location of survival equipment;

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Ditching and the use of required flotation equipment, if the flight involves extended overwater operations;
The normal and emergency use of oxygen, if the flight involves operations with cabin
altitudes above 12,000-feet MSL;
Location and use of fire extinguishers.
Careful explanations and advance notice of operations that may seem unusual will help increase
passenger comfort.
5.1.5

Cockpit Briefing

In the event that a passenger occupies the co-pilot seat, the PIC shall brief the passenger on the need to
remain clear of all the controls and the importance of maintaining sterile cockpit procedures whenever the
aircraft if below 10,000 or on the ground.
5.2

Start & Taxi

Prior to start the PIC will complete the Before Start checklist items paying particular attention to
verification of all annunciation systems and indicator lights.
During engine start, the PIC must pay careful attention to the engine operating limitations to insure that
engine ITT limits are observed. Once the engine is running, engine parameters should be monitored to
insure normal engine operation.
Departure airport weather information should be obtained from ATIS or ASOS prior to taxi. This
information should be recorded on a Flight Data Card for easy reference. ATC should be contacted to
obtain appropriate flight clearance and instructions and all necessary navigation equipment programmed
and configured prior to beginning to taxi.
A pre-taxi announcement should be made to the passengers with a reminder not to distract the flight crew
until further notice. For operations at night, the curtain behind the co-pilot seat should be pulled shut to
minimize light glare into the cockpit.
As taxi operations begin, the PIC should verify the correct operation of the aircraft brakes before the
aircraft achieves significant forward motion. As taxi continues, the PIC should monitor aircraft flight
instruments to verify and confirm correct operation.
The PIC should maintain a sterile cockpit (only required flight crew, no communication unless necessary
to the current flight operation) from the time that taxi operations begin until the aircraft is at least 10,000
above the ground.

5.3

Take Off

Prior to takeoff, the PIC will insure that all navigation equipment is configured and programmed for the
flight and that all necessary charts are to hand.
On departure, the PIC shall turn on all lights prior to beginning the takeoff roll. The PIC should commit the
takeoff checklist to memory.

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After takeoff, the PIC should allow the aircraft to climb to 500 before engaging the autopilot. Care should
be used to guard the controls against possible autopilot malfunction.
Recognition lights should remain on for all aircraft operations below 10,000 AGL.
5.4

Climb

Climb power should be set as soon as the aircraft passes through 1000 AGL. Maximum power should be
used for climb consistent with ATC speed restrictions and engine ITT limitations. The PIC should aim for
approximately 36.9 TQ, not to exceed 720 degrees Celsius ITT during climb operations.
During climb the PIC should verify that the cabin is being pressurized by the ECS as shown by slowly
climbing cabin altitude and increasing pressure differential being shown on the pressurization control
panel.
The Pilot and Co-pilot altimeters should be cross checked during climb and both set to 29.92 no later
than as the aircraft passes through 18,000 MSL.
5.5

Cruise

Once the final cruising altitude has been reached, the PIC shall set cruise power not to exceed the
parameters as determined by using the Pilatus POH Maximum Cruise Power table to calculate the
appropriate torque setting given altitude and outside air temperature. After stabilized cruise for a
minimum of 10 minutes, the PIC should capture engine trend data and log it into the aircraft Flight Data
Card for that flight.
Engine trend information will be submitted bi-weekly to the Turbine Trend Group (or other facility as
designated by Pratt & Whitney, Canada) for engine monitoring.
The PIC should turn off the seat belt light and advise the passengers that they may move about the cabin
but that they should have their seat belts fastened when seated in case of unexpected turbulence.
During cruise operations, the PIC shall monitor en-route weather. In areas of cloud or precipitation, radar
and the StormScope should be used to monitor for convective activity. Radar data shall be displayed in
overlay mode on the pilot EFIS50 being used for primary navigation. Convective activity detected by the
StormsScope is displayed on KMD-850 MFD. En-route weather can be further noted and verified against
forecast by tracking the route of flight and monitoring ATIS/ASOS broadcast from airports along the route
of flight, and by periodic updating of enroute conditions via weather data received via DataLink capabilities
displayed on the KMD850 MFD. En-route updates should be made at least once an hour during flight.
At a point 175 miles from the proposed destination and preferqably prior to initial descent, the PIC should
familiarize themselves with the IAP to be flown at the destination. A pre-approach briefing should be
conducted observing the different phases of the approach and clearly specifying check points and
reactions during the approach.
The landing distance should again be calculated given the expected aircraft arrival weight and weather
expected at the destination and confirmed as appropriate.

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5.6

Descent

Descent should be planned to commence so that descent rates of no more than 1500 FPM are required
during the descent unless requested by ATC. ATIS/ASOS information for the destination should be
obtained as soon as practical to facilitate arrival planning.
Recognition lights should be turned on when the aircraft descents through 10,000 AGL.
Descent planning should contemplate what weather conditions (precipitation, icing etc) are likely to be
encountered during the descent. Wherever possible, plan to remain above or descend below regions of
icing so as to minimize the amount of time the aircraft is exposed to icing conditions.
On reaching 10,000 AGL, the PIC should turn on the passenger seat belt light and advise passengers that
the aircraft is approaching landing and to refrain from distracting the flight crew. Passengers should be
asked to ensure that all baggage is stowed and that tray tables, seat backs, seat positions etc should be
returned to their normal positions for landing.
5.7

Terminal Procedures

No IAP shall be begun unless the reported weather minimums are at least 200 above the FAA published
minimums. While this is not required by FAR Part 91, it is common sense and good practice. Weather
below these limits shall cause the PIC to immediately plan for a missed approach, or to divert the aircraft
to the planned or other suitable alternate destination.
When the aircraft is within 15 miles of the final approach fix, the aircraft should be slowed to 170 KIAS
unless ATC requires a higher speed for traffic flow management.
Plan the extension of the landing gear while in unaccelerated flight prior to reaching the final approach fix
on the IAP. With TQ set at approx. 15, in level flight with gear extended, the aircraft will slow to approx.
140 KIAS.
Flaps shall be extended to 15 degrees before reaching the FAF, weather conditions permitting. The
aircraft will slow to approx 120 KIAS, with little or no pitch change. Passing the FAF, Flaps of 30 degrees
should be selected; minor pitch change will occur. Speed will decrease to approx. 100 KIAS.
Approaches should be flown coupled via the autopilot whenever possible. When hand flying, maintain
course to within 1 dot maximum on the course direction indicator (CDI). Full scale left or right deflection
on the CDI shall cause the PIC to immediately execute a missed approach.
Careful attention must be paid to approach speeds when in icing conditions. Pilots are cautioned to
observe aircraft limitations of 15 degrees flaps (maximum) and to maintain a final approach speed of at
least 120 KIAS while Pusher Ice mode is enabled on the Stick Pusher system (Inertial separator open and
Propeller de-ice enabled).
5.8

Landing

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Final approach to landing should be made paying attention to the Angle of Attach indicator on the EFIS.
The PIC should plan on flying the final approach to landing with the AOA centered unless other conditions
dictate a higher approach speed. These include:
Landing with zero-flaps due to flap failure as the AOA indicator will not be accurate.
Observe a final approach speed of 108 KIAS.
All landings should be planned with 40 degrees of flaps unless weather conditions require otherwise.
5.9

Missed Approach Procedures

A missed approach or go-around procedure should be executed if the approach or approach to landing
cannot be continued with the aircraft performing normal maneuvers or if the runway is not visible at the
decision height/missed approach point.
Go-around should be commanded on the autopilot and power smoothly advanced to either maximum
torque or 720 degrees ITT. The aircraft should be established on a climb with 10 degree pitch up.
Retract flaps to 15 degrees and then raise the landing gear. After the landing gear is up and airspeed is
greater than 100 KIAS, retract the remaining flaps.
5.10 Post-Landing
After landing and taxiing clear of the runway, the PIC should follow the after landing checklist and clean
up the aircraft configuration. Passengers should be cautioned to remain in their seats with their seat belts
fastened until after the aircraft has been parked and the engine turned off.
5.11 Parking and Shut Down
After the aircraft has been taxied to its parking position, the PIC should follow the Shutdown checklist and
secure the aircraft.
After completion of the shutdown, the PIC should complete the aircraft flight log noting the Hobbs time
and record any aircraft or equipment issues on the Flight Data Card.
The PIC should open the passenger door and supervise the passengers as they deplane from the aircraft.
5.12 Over Night Storage
Prior to leaving the aircraft, the PIC should insure that all protective plugs and covers have been installed
and that arrangements have been made to insure the physical security of the aircraft. Overnight storage
should be arranged in a secure hangar when possible and particularly when weather forecasts include ice
or snow prior to the day of departure.
5.13 Post-Flight Analysis
After the completion of the flight, the PIC should review the flight as flown and assess any variances from
the pre-flight plan and any errors made during the flight.
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Pilots are encouraged to file NASA ACRS reports whenever a significant error has been made during the
flight regardless of whether FAA regulatory deviations have occurred. Review of errors should be made
not for self-castigation to as a learning exercise to determine how, when and why the error occurred and
what could be done in the future to prevent reoccurrence.

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Appendix 1 Minimum Equipment List


------------------------------------------------------------------------------ U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION

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AIRCRAFT:
REVISION NO: 1
PAGE:

PC-12

DATE: 04/16/2002
21-1

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1. 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

SYSTEM &

--------------------------------------------
SEQUENCE
ITEM

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

NUMBERS

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4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

21 AIR CONDITIONING

1. Environmental
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided flight

Control System

is conducted unpressurized and

(ECS)

at or below 10,000 feet MSL.

2. Emergency Dump
C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided

Function

flight is conducted unpressurized.

3. Safety Valve
C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:

a) The aircraft remains

unpressurized, and

b) The Safety Valve and/or the

Outflow Valve remains open.

4. Outflow Valve
C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:

a) The aircraft remains

unpressurized, and

b) The Safety Valve and/or the

Outflow Valve remains open.

5. Outflow Valve
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided flight

Controller

is conducted unpressurized.

6. Cabin Differential C 1 0 May be inoperative provided the

Pressure Gauge

flight is conducted unpressurized.

7. Cabin Altitude
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided the

Warning System

flight is conducted below 10,000

(CAWS)

feet MSL, MEA and MOCA allowing.

8. Temperature
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided

Control Sytem

Temperature Control Sytem Manual

(Auto Mode)

Mode is operative.

9. Temperature
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided

Control System

Temperature Control System Auto

(Manual Mode)

Mode is operative.

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21 AIR CONDITIONING

10. Vapor Cycle


C 1 0

*** Cooling System(VCCS)

11. Cabin Temperature


C 1 0

Indicator

12. Auxiliary Electric C 1 0

Cabin Heat System

13. Cabin Altimeter


C 1 0 May be inoperative provided the

flight is conducted unpressurized.

14. Cabin Vertical


C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
|

Speed Indicator

a) Automatic Cabin Pressure


|

Control System is operative, |

and
|

b) Cabin Altimeter is
|

operative.
|

C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


|

a) Aircraft is operated in an
|

unpressurized configuration, |

and
|

b) Aircraft is operated at or
|

below 10,000 feet MSL.


|

15. CAB PRESS


C 1 0 May be inoperative provided the

Annunciator

flight is conducted below 10,000

feet MSL, MEA and MOCA allowing.

16. ECS
C 1 0 (M)May be inoperative provided

Annunciator

flight is conducted unpressurized

(CAWS)

and at or below 10,000 feet MSL.

17. COOL Annunciator


C 1 0 (M)

***

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21 AIR CONDITIONING

18. Auxiliary Electric C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided


|

Heat System

underfloor heat system is


|

operative.
|

19. Auxiliary Electric C 1 0


|
*** Battery Heater

System

20. Auxiliary Electric C 1 0


|
*** Engine Heater

System

21. Electric Foot


C 1 0
|
*** Warmer System

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22 AUTO FLIGHT

1. Autopilot
C 1 0 (M)May be inoperative provided
|

operations do not require its use. |

2. Autopilot Disconnect C 2 - May be inoperative provided the


|

autopilot is not utilized at less


|

than initial approach altitude.


|

3. A/P DISENG
C 1 - May be inoperative provided
|

Annunciator (CAWS)

autopilot is not used.


|

4. A/P TRIM
C 1 - May be inoperative provided
|

Annunciator (CAWS)

autopilot is not used.


|

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23 COMMUNICATIONS

1. Communications
C 2 0 Any in excess of those required by |

Equipment (VHF,

FAR may be inoperative provided it |

UHF)

is not powered by an Emergency


|

Power Supply.
|

2. Cockpit Speakers
C 2 - As required by FAR.

3. Audio Amplifiers

1) Normal System
B 1 0 May be inoperative provided

alternate system is operative.

2) Alternate
B 1 0 May be inoperative provided

System

normal system is operative.

4. Voice Activated
C 1 0

Interphone system

5. Boom Microphones
C - - Any in excess of those required by |

FAR may be inoperative.


|

6. Control Yoke Press C 2 0 May be inoperative provided

To Talk Switches

hand mike on affected side is

operative.

7. Static Wicks
- 0 May be inoperative provided no

(SN 100- 180 without

communication equipment is required

SB 23-001)

for the flight, otherwise:

1) Left Winglet
C 3 2

2) Right Winglet
C 3 2

3) Rudder
C 4 3

4) Stinger
C 1 1

5) Left Elevator
C 3 2

6) Right Elevator
C 3 2

NOTE: The outermost wick must be

installed and undamaged on each

control surface.

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23 COMMUNICATIONS

7. Static Wicks(cont)

(SN 181 and up and

All may be inoperative or missing

SN 100- 180 with

provided no communication

SB 23-001)

equipment is required for the

flight, otherwise:

1) Left Winglet
C 2 1

2) Right Winglet
C 2 1

3) Rudder
C 3 1

4) Stinger
C 1 1

5) Left Elevator
C 2 1

6) Right Elevator
C 2 1

8. Passenger Address
C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
|

System

a) PA not required by FAR, and |

b) Alternate, Normal and


|

Emergency Procedures
|

and/or operating
|

restrictions are established |

and used.
|

NOTE: Any station that


|

operates normally may |

be used.
|

1) Cargo
D 1 0 May be inoperative unless
|

Configuration

procedures require its use.


|

9. Cockpit Voice

*** Recorder

1) With Flight
A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
|

Recorder (FDR)

a) Flight Data Recorder (FDR)


|

Installed

operates normally, and


|

b) Repairs are made within


|

three flight days.


|

2) Without Flight
A 1 0 May be inoperative provided
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flight days.
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23 COMMUNICATIONS

10. High Frequency


D - - Any in excess of those required
|
*** (HF) Communication

by FAR may be inoperative.


|

System

C - - (O)May be inoperative while


|

conducting operations that


|

require two LRCS provided:


|

a) SATCOM (High or Low Gain)


|

Data Link Operates normally, |

and
|

b) SATCOM Data Link


|

communication operates
|

normally over the intended


|

route of flight.
|

11. Hand Microphones


C 2 - Any in excess of those required
|

by FAR may be inoperative.


|

12. Oxygen Mask


C - - Any in excess of those required
|

Microphones

by FAR may be inoperative.


|

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24 ELECTRICAL POWER

1. INVERTER
C 1 0 (O)May be inoperative for VMC

Annunciation

provided both inverters are

verified to be operative prior to

each takeoff.

NOTE: Monitor RMI flag or Yaw Rate

Sensor for indication of Inverter

failure.

2. Emergency Power
C 1 0 May be inoperative except for FAR
|
*** System (EPS)

135 IFR passenger carrying


|

operations.
|

3. Standby Power

Renamed Emergency Power System,


|
*** Supply

Revision 1.
|

4. Second Generator
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:

a) Flight is conducted VFR,

and

b) Flight is not conducted in

known or forecast icing

conditions.

5. Battery
C 2 1 (M) May be inoperative provided
|

(Two Battery

Main Battery (BAT 1) and both


|

option)

generators operate normally.


|

6. Inverters
B 2 1 One may be inoperative provided
|

autopilot is not required.


|

Note: Autopilot may be used.


|

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25 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS

1. Cockpit Shoulder
C - - Right side may be inoperative

Harness

provided seat is not occupied.

2. Passenger Seat
C - 0 (O) All may be inoperative
|

provided:
|

a) Seat does not block an


|

Emergency Exit,
|

b) Seat does not restrict any


|

passenger from access to the |

main aircraft aisle, and


|

c) Affected seat(s) are


|

blocked and placarded


|

"DO NOT OCCUPY"


|

NOTE 1: A seat with an inoperative

seatbelt or shoulder

harness is considered

inoperative.

NOTE 2: Affected seat(s) may


|

include the seat(s) behind |

and/or adjacent outboard


|

seats.
|

1) Recline
C - - May be inoperative and seat
|

Mechanism

occupied provided seat is secured


|

in the up-right position.


|

2) Underseat
C - - (O) May be inoperative provided:
|

Baggage

a) Baggage is not stowed under |

Restraining Bars

seat with inoperative


|

Restraining Bar,
|

b) Associated seat is
|

placarded "DO NOT STOW


|

BAGGAGE UNDER THIS SEAT",


|

and,
|

c) Procedures are established


|

to alert crew members of the |

inoperative Restraining Bar. |


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4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

25 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS

3. Passenger
- 0 Passenger convenience items, as

Convenience

expressed in the MMEL, are those

Item(s)

related to passenger convenience,

comfort or entertainment such as,

but not limited to, galley

equipment, movie equipment, ash

trays, stereo equipment, overhead

reading lamps, etc. Items

addressed elsewhere in this

document shall not be included.

(M) and (O) procedures may be

required and included in the air

carrier's appropriate document.

NOTE: EXTERIOR LAVATORY DOOR ASH


|

TRAYS ARE NOT CONSIDERED


|

CONVENIENCE ITEMS.
|

4. ELT
C 1 0 As required by FAR.

C 1 0 May be inoperative for published

scheduled flights in scheduled air

carrier service.

5. Flotation
D - - Any in excess of those required by

Equipment

FAR may be inoperative or missing.

6. Emergency Medical
D - - Any in excess of those required by |

Equipment

FAR may be inoperative or missing


|

provided required distribution is


|

maintained.
|

7. Pilot Seat
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided seat is

Vertical Adjustment

secured in a position acceptable to

the pilot before flight. (No

additional cushions acceptable)

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25 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS

8. Pilot Seat Fore


C 1 0 May be inoperative provided seat

and Aft Adjustment

is secured in a position acceptable

to the pilot before flight (no

additional cushions acceptable).

NOTE: Rudder pedal adjustment must

be operative.

9. Cabin Storage
C - - (M) May be inoperative provided:
|

Compartment/Bins/

a) Procedures are established


|

Closets

to secure the compartment


|

closed,
|

b) Compartment is not used


|

for storage of any


|

Emergency Equipment, and


|

c) Affected compartment is not |

used for storage of any


|

item(s) except for those


|

permanently affixed.
|

NOTE: If no partitions are


|

installed, the entire


|

compartment is considered one |

bin.

10. Cargo Restraint


C - - (M) May be inoperative, or missing |

System

such that the effect is that the


|

item must be considered inop|

ertive, provided acceptable cargo


|

loading limits from an approved


|

source, i.e., an Approved Cargo


|

Loading Manual, or Weight and


|

Balance Document are observed.


|

C - - May be inoperative or missing such |

that the effect is that the item


|

must be considered inoperative,


|

provided the Cargo Compartment


|

remains empty.
|
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25 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS

10. Cargo Restraint


C - - May be inoperative or missing such |

System

that the effect is that the item


|

(CON'T.)

must be considered inoperative,


|

provided pallet with inoperative


|

lock(s) is removed.
|

11. Cockpit Sun Visors C - - May be inoperative or missing


|

provided there is no field of


|

vision restriction for the flight


|

crew.

12. Exterior Lavatory


A 1 - One may be missing provided it is
|

Door Ashtray

replaced within 3 calendar days.


|

13. "Fasten Seat Belt


C - - One or more signs or placards may
|

While Seated" Sign

be illegible or missing provided


|

or Placard

a legible sign or placard is


|

visible from each occupied


|

passenger seat.
|

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26 FIRE PROTECTION

1. Portable Fire
C - 0 Any in excess of those required by

Extinguisher(s)

FAR may be inoperative or missing

provided:

a) The inoperative fire

extinguisher is tagged

inoperative, removed from

the installed location and

placed out of sight so it

can not be mistaken for a

functional unit, and

b) The required distribution is

maintained.

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27 FLIGHT CONTROLS

1. Flap Position
C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
|

Indicator

a) Prior to each flight, flaps

are verified to operate

normally,

b) Prior to each takeoff, flaps

are visually checked for

proper position, and

c) Stall Warning/Stick Shaker

system is verified to

function properly.

2. Electric Trim
B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
|

Annunciator "STAB

a) Triple Trim Indicator is

TRIM"(CAWS)

operative, and

b) Stab pointer is visually

checked before each takeoff

to be in the proper

position.

3. Aileron Trim
C 1 - May be inoperative provided
|

aileron trim tab is set to neutral. |

4. Triple Trim
C 1 - (O) May be inoperative provided:
|

Indicator

a) Prior to each flight all


|

flight control trim tabs are |

verified to operate
|

normally, and
|

b) Prior to each takeoff, trim |

tabs are visually checked


|

for proper position.


|

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28 FUEL

1. Fuel Quantity
B 2 1 (O)One indicator(L or R) may be

Indicator(L/R)

inoperative provided:

a) The triple trim indicator is

operative,

b) The aileron trim is

operative, and

c) If autopilot is used it must

be disconnected every 20

minutes to detect any

possible fuel imbalance.

2. Low Fuel
C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
|

Annunciator

a) All fuel quantity indicating |

R FUEL LOW/

systems operate normally,


|

L FUEL LOW (CAWS)

and
|

b) Fuel Flow and Fuel Used


|

systems operate normally.


|

3. Fuel Flow/ Fuel


C 1 - (O) May be inoperative provided:
|

Used System

a) All fuel quantity systems


|

operate normally, and


|

b) Low Fuel Annunciator (CAWS) |

operates normally.
|

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30 ICE AND RAIN

PROTECTION

1. Propeller Deice
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:

System

a) Flight is not conducted in

known or forecast icing

conditions, and

b) Stall Warning/Stick Pusher

system is verified to

function properly in the

Normal mode.

2. Surface Deice
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided flight

System

is not operated in known or

forecast icing conditions.

3. Inertial Separator C 1 0 (M)May be inoperative provided

separator is verified open and

switch is verified in ON position.

4. Probes Heat
C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:

a) Flight is not conducted in

known or forecast icing

conditions, and

b) Flight is conducted VMC.

5. Pitot and Static


C 2 - May be inoperative provided:
|

Heat

a) Not required by FAR, and


|

b) Flight is not conducted into |

known or forecast icing


|

conditions.
|

6. Windshield
B - - (M)May be inoperative for IFR
|

Heating

flight, except for flight in known |

or forecast icing conditions,


|

provided one heating zone of the


|

left hand windshield is verified


|

to be operative.
|

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4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

31 INDICATING/RECORDING

SYSTEMS

1. Clock with sweep


C 1 0 May be inoperative for VFR.

second hand, or

electric digital

clock.

2. Hourmeter
C 1 0 (O)

***

3. Flight Data
C - - Any in excess of those required by |
*** Recorder (FDR)

FAR may be inoperative.


|

System.

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1. Parking Brake
C 1 0 (O)

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1. Cockpit and
C - - Individual lights may be

Instrument Light

inoperative provided remaining

System

lights are:

a) Sufficient to clearly

illuminate all required

instruments, controls,

and other devices for which

it is provided,

b) Positioned so that direct

rays are shielded from

flight crewmembers eyes, and

c) Lighting configuration and

intensity is acceptable to

the flight crew.

2. Cabin Lights
C - - May be inoperative provided

lighting configuration at dispatch

is acceptable to the flight crew.

3. Anti-Collisison
C 1 0

*** Beacon Light System

4. Strobe Light
C 1 0 May be inoperative for day

System

operations.

NOTE: This is certified as the

anti-collision light system.

5. Landing Lights
C 2 0 May be inoperative for day

operations.

C 2 1 One may be inoperative for night

operations.

C 2 - May be inoperative if Recognition


|

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|

operative.
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6. Position Lights
C 3 0 May be inoperative for day

operations.

7. Taxi Light
C 1 0 May be inoperative for day

operations.

C 1 0 May be inoperative for night

operations provided at least one

landing light is operative.

8. Wing Illumination
C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided a
|

Light

portable lamp/light of adequate


|

capacity for wing and/or control


|

surface inspection is available


|

for night operations in icing


|

conditions.
|

9. Fasten Seat Belt


C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided
|
*** and No Smoking

alternate procedures are


|

Signs

established and used for briefing


|

passengers.
|

10. Cockpit Dome


C 2 - One may be inoperative for night
|

Lighting

operations and both may be


|

inoperative for day operations.


|

11. Recognition
C - 0
|
*** Light

12. Logo Lights


C - 0
|
***

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1. Altimeters,
B - 1 May be inoperative on right side

adjustable for

for operations not requiring a

barometric pressure

second in command.

2. Airspeed Indicators B - 1 May be inoperative on right side

for operations not requiring a

second in command.

3. Attitude Heading
C - 1

Reference System

(AHRS)

1) Standard PC-12
C - 1 One may be inoperative provided

(MTOW 4100 kg)

a second AHRS is installed and

operative.

2) PC-12/45
C - 1 Both AHRS or one AHRS and a Yaw

(MTOW 4500 kg)

Rate Sensor must be operative for

IFR operatons and flight in icing

conditions.

4. Standby Attitude
C 1 0 May be inoperative for day or night

Indicator

VFR, or

C 1 0 May be inoperative for all

operations provided a second AHRS

is installed and both are

operative.

5. Vertical Speed
B 2 0 Must be operative on left side for

Indicators

IFR passenger carrying operations.

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6. ATC Transponders
C - - May be inoperative provided:
|

and Automatic

a) Enroute Operations do not


|

Altitude Reporting

require its use, and


|

System(s)

b) Prior to flight, approval


|

is obtained from ATC


|

facilities having
|

jurisdiction over the


|

planned route of flight.


|

D - 1 Any in excess of those required by |

FAR may be inoperative.


|

7. Navigation
C - - As required by FAR.

Equipment (VOR/ILS,

Loran, Omega/VLF,

INS, Doppler, GPS,

MLS)

8. Weather Radar/
C 1 0 As required by FAR.

*** Thunderstorm

Detection Equipment

9. Marker Beacon
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided

approach procedure does not

require its use.

10. Radar Altimeter


C 1 0 May be inoperative provided

(PC-12/45)

autopilot is disengaged at 1000

feet AGL.

*** (PC-12)
D 1 0

11. Distance Measuring D 1 0 Any in excess of those required by |

Equipment (DME)

FAR may be inoperative.


|

Systems

12. ADF
C 1 0 As required by FAR.

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14. Altitude Alerter/


C 1 0

Pre-select

15. Altitude Alerting


A - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
|

System

a) Autopilot with Altitude


|

Hold is operative,
|

b) Enroute operations do not


|

require its use, and


|

c) Repairs are made within


|

three flight days.


|

C - 0 May be inoperative provided it is


|

not required by FAR.


|

16. Multifunction
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided

*** Display(MFD)

weather radar is not required by

FAR.

17. EADI/EHSI Display


C 2 0 May be inoperative for operations

Unit(Copilot side)

not requiring a second in

command.

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18. Nonstabilized
B 1 0 May be inoperative provided any

Magnetic

combination of three gyro or INS

Compass

(IRU) stabilized compass systems

are operative.

B 1 0 May be inoperative provided:

a) Any combination of two gyro

or INS stabilized compass

systems are operative, and

b) Aircraft is operated with

dual independent naviga

tion capability and under

positive radar control by

ATC on the enroute portion

of the flight.

B 1 0 May be inoperative for flights

that are entirely within areas of

magnetic unreliability provided at

least two stabilized directional

gyro systems are installed,

operative, and used in conjunction

with approved free gyro navigation

techniques.

19. Windshear Warning C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


|
*** and Flight

a) Alternate procedures are


|

Guidance System

established and used, and


|

b) Windshear Detection and


|

Avoidance System Operates


|

normally.
|

C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


|

a) Alternate procedures are


|

established and used, and


|

b) Takeoffs and landings are


|

not conducted in known or


|

forecast windshear
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20. Windshear
C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
|
*** Detection and

a) Alternate procedures are


|

Avoidance System

established and used, and


|

b) Windshear Warning and


|

Guidance System Operates


|

normally.
|

C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


|

a) Alternate procedures are


|

established and used, and


|

b) Takeoffs and landings are


|

not conducted in known or


|

forecast windshear
|

conditions.
|

21. Traffic Alert and B 1 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided: |


*** Collision Avoidance

a) System is deactivated and


|

System (TCAS I)

secured, and
|

b) Enroute or approach
|

procedures do not require


|

its use.
|

C - 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided: |

a) Not required by FAR,


|

b) System is deactivated and


|

secured, and
|

c) Enroute or approach
|

procedures do not require


|

its use.
|

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22. Traffic Alert and B 1 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided: |


*** Collision Avoidance

a) System is deactivated and


|

System (TCAS II)

secured, and
|

b) Enroute or approach
|

procedures do not require


|

its use.
|

C - 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided: |

a) Not required by FAR,


|

b) System is deactivated and


|

secured, and
|

c) Enroute or approach
|

procedures do not require


|

its use.
|

1) Combined Traffic C 2 1 May be inoperative on the non|

Alert (TA) and

flying pilot side provided:


|

Resolution

a) TA and RA visual display is |

Advisory (RA)

operative on the flying


|

Dual Display

pilot side, and


|

System(s)

b) TA and RA audio function is |

operative on the flying


|

pilot side.
|

2) Resolution
C 2 1 May be inoperative on the non|

Advisory (RA)

flyingf pilot side.


|

Display Systems

C - 0 May be inoperative provided:


|

a) Traffic Alert (TA) visual


|

display and audio functions |

are operative,
|

b) TA only mode is selcted by


|

the crew, and


|

c) Enroute or approach
|

procedures do not require


|

its use.
|

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22. Traffic Alert and

|
*** Collision Avoidance

System (TCAS II)

(CON'T.)

3) Traffic Alert
C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
|

Display System(s)

a) RA Visual display and audio |

functions are operative, and |

b) Enroute or approach
|

procedures do not require


|

its use.
|

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23. Navagation

Databases

1) Flight
C - - (O) May be out of currency
|

Management

provided:
|

System

a) Current Aeronautical Charts


|

are used to verify Navigation |

Fixes prior to dispatch,


|

b) Procedures are established


|

and used to verify status and |

suitibility of Navigation
|

Facilities used to define


|

route of flight, and


|

c) Approach Navigation Radios


|

are manually tuned and


|

identified.
|

2) Navigation
C - - (O) May be out of currency
|

Management

provided:
|

System

a) Current Aeronautical Charts


|

are used to verify Navigation |

Fixes prior to dispatch,


|

b) Procedures are established


|

and used to verify status and |

suitibility of Navigation
|

Facilities used to define


|

route of flight, and


|

c) Approach Navigation Radios


|

are manually tuned and


|

identified.
|

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24. Terrain Awareness


A - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
|

and Warning

a) Alternate procedures are


|

System (GPWS)

established and used, and


|

b) Repairs are made within two |

flight days.
|

C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


|

a) It is not required by
|

FAR, and
|

b) Alternate procedures are


|

established and used.


|

1) Modes 1-4
A - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
|

a) Alternate procedures are


|

established and used, and


|

b) Repairs are made within two |

flight days.
|

C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


|

a) It is not required by
|

FAR, and
|

b) Alternate procedures are


|

and used.
|

2) Test Mode
A 1 0 May be inoperative provided:
|

a) GPWS is considered
|

inoperative, and
|

b) Repairs are made within


|

two flight days.


|

C - 0 May be inoperative provided:


|

a) It is not by FAR, and


|

b) GPWS is considered
|

inoperative.
|

3) Glideslope
B 2 0
|

Deviation

(Mode 5)

|
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24. Terrain Awareness

and Warning

System (GPWS)

(CON'T.)

4) Advisory
C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided
|
***
Callouts

alternate procedures are


|

established and used.


|

*** 5) Windshear Mode


C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
|

a) Alternate procedures are


|

established and used, and


|

b) Windshear Detection and


|

Avoidance System operates


|

normally.
|

C - 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


|

a) Alternate procedures are


|

established and used, and


|

b) Takeoffs and Landings are


|

not conducted in known or


|

forecast windshear
|

conditions.
|

6) TAWS
C - 0
|
***

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25. Automatic Dependent D - 0 May be inoperative provided it is


|
*** Surveillance

not required by FAR.


|

Broadcast System

(ADS-B)

NOTE: If ADS-B is installed in lieu |

of, or as a replacement for, 14 CFR |

required equipment the repair


|

catagory in the operator's MEL will |

be the same as that of the 14 CFR


|

required equipment.
|

1) Link and Display D - 0


|

Processor Unit

NOTE: Cockpit Display Traffic


|

(LDPU)

Information (CDTI) display of data |

from other aircraft systems may be |

used.
|

2) Cockpit Display D - 0
|

and Traffic

NOTE: ADS-B data transmissions


|

Information

may continue.
|

(CDTI)

3) CDTI Control
D - 0 May be inoperative provided:
|

Panel

a) Flight ID can be set, and


|

b) Screen display is
|

acceptable to the Flight


|

Crew.
|

4) Data Link
D - 0
|

Transmitter(s)

5) Data Link
D - 0
|

Receiver(s)

26. Moving Map Display C 1 0


|
*** (i.e. Argus)

27. GPS Cooling Fan


C - 0 May be inoperative provided GPS is |
***

considered inoperative.
|
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35 OXYGEN

1. Passenger
C - - Individual masks or dispensers may

Oxygen

be inoperative or missing provided

the associated seat is

unoccupied.

2. External Oxygen
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided

Pressure Gauge

cockpit oxygen pressure gauge

is operative.

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38 WATER/WASTE

2. Lavatory Waste
C - - (M) Individual components may be
|

Systems

inoperative provided:
|

a) Associated components are


|

deactivated or isolated and, |

b) Associated System components |

are verified to not have any |

leaks.
|

NOTE: Any portion of the system


|

which operates normally may


|

be used.
|

C - - (M) Associated Lavatory system(s)


|

may be inoperative provided:


|

a) Associated components are


|

deactivated or isolated to
|

prevent leaks, and


|

b) Lavatory door is secured


|

closed and placarded,


|

"INOPERATIVE - DO NOT ENTER" |

NOTE: The provisions are not


|

intended to prohibit inspections


|

by crewmembers.

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1. PASS DOOR
C 1 0 (O)May be inoperative provided:

Annunciator

a) A flight crewmember

confirms by visual

inspection that the door is

latched prior to each

departure, and that

b) The locking pin at the

handle is verified to be

engaged by ground crew.

2. CAR DOOR
C 1 0 (O)May be inoperative provided:

Annunciator

a) A flight crewmember

confirms by visual

inspection that the door is

latched prior to each

departure.

3. Cargo Door
C 1 0

*** Driving Opening

Mechanism

4. Cabin Door Seal


C 1 0 May be inoperative provided flight |

is conducted unpressurized and at


|

or below 10,000 feet MSL.


|

5. Cargo Door Seal


C 1 0 May be inoperative provided flight |

is conducted unpressurized and at


|

or below 10,000 feet MSL.


|

6. Emergency Exit Seal C 1 0 May be inoperative provided flight |

is conducted unpressurized and at


|

or below 10,000 feet MSL.


|

7. Door Key Locks


D 2 - (M) May be inoperative provided
|

lock is in the unlocked position


|

secured.
|

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MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
AIRCRAFT:
REVISION NO: 1
PAGE:

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DATE: 04/16/2002
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1. 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

SYSTEM &

--------------------------------------------
SEQUENCE
ITEM

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

NUMBERS

---------------------------------------
-------------------------

4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

56 WINDOWS

1. DV-Window Seal
C 1 0 May be inoperative provided flight |

is conducted unpressurized and at


|

or below 10,000 feet MSL.


|

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REVISION NO: 1
PAGE:

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1. 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

SYSTEM &

--------------------------------------------
SEQUENCE
ITEM

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

NUMBERS

---------------------------------------
-------------------------

4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

77 ENGINE INDICATING

1. Engine Trend
D 1 -
|

Condition and

Monitoring System

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REVISION NO: 1
PAGE:

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DATE: 04/16/2002
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1. 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

SYSTEM &

--------------------------------------------
SEQUENCE
ITEM

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

NUMBERS

---------------------------------------
-------------------------

4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

79 ENGINE OIL

1. OIL QTY
C 1 - (O) May be inoperative provided
|

Annunciator (CAWS)

oil quantity is visually checked


|

before each flight.


|

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REVISION NO: 1
PAGE:

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DATE: 04/16/2002
80-1

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1. 2. NUMBER INSTALLED

SYSTEM &

--------------------------------------------
SEQUENCE
ITEM

3. NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH

NUMBERS

---------------------------------------
-------------------------

4. REMARKS OR EXCEPTIONS

80 STARTING

1. Starter Generator
C 1 0 (O)May be inoperative provided

Timer

start cycle is interrupted when

Ng obtains a minimum of 52% Ng.

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Appendix 2 Flight Data Card

Signature:

VOR Test:

ZERO FUEL FUEL OUT

TIME IN

HOBBS IN

STN ID

FREQ

ENG/LDG
FUEL OUT

FUEL IN

TIME OUT

RAMP WT

FUEL USED FLT TIME

HOBBS OUT VOR1 RAD DME


HOBBS TOT VOR2 RAD DME

TREND DATA:
HOBBS:

IOAT

IALT

IAS

WEIGHT:

AOAT

PALT

CAS

TAS

ISA

DALT

CIAS

NP

NG

ITT

ATQ

AFF

CTAS

CTQ

CFF

OIL P

OIL T

Volt1/Volt2

Appendix 3: Weight and Balance


Nxxx , S/N xxx, PC-12/45 LOADING FORM - 6 Seats
REF

ITEM

WEIGHT

ARM AFT OF DATUM

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1 Basic Empty Weight
2 Pilot

(LB)
6179.20
230.00

3 Copilot (Right Seat Passenger)

(IN)
230.48

1424186.50

160.27

36862.10

160.27

4 LH Cabinet Stowage

12.00

212.09

2545.08

5 RH Cabinet Stowage

12.00

211.18

2534.16

6 Passenger 1

224.89

7 Passenger 2

224.89

8 Passenger 3

280.39

9 Passenger 4

280.39

10 Passenger 5

322.39

11 Passenger 6

338.38

12 Rear Baggage (Max 400 lb)

371.00

13 Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW 9039


lb)
14 Fuel (Max 402 gal/2704 lb)
15 Ramp Weight (MRW 9965 lb)
16 Less Fuel for Ground Operations

-44.00

232.00

-10208.00

17 Takeoff Weight (MTOW 9921 lb)


18 Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW 9039
lb)
19 Landing Fuel
20 Landing Weight (MLW 9921 lb)
FUEL LOAD MOMENTS
WT(LB
)
100
200
400
500
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
2200
2500
2600
2704

ARM

MOMENTS (LBIN)
22572
45161
90443
113351
230572
277441
324221
371079
417912
464746
511463
581450
604724
629005

225.72
225.81
226.11
226.70
230.57
231.20
231.59
231.92
232.17
232.37
232.48
232.58
232.59
232.62

Appendix 3: Weight and Balance


Nxxx , S/N xxx, PC-12/45 LOADING FORM - 5 Seats
REF

ITEM
1 Basic Empty Weight
2 Pilot

WEIGHT
ARM AFT OF DATUM MOMENT (LB-IN)
(LB)
(IN)
??????
???????
??????????
230.00

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3 Copilot (Right Seat Passenger)

160.27

4 LH Cabinet Stowage

12.00

212.09

2545.08

5 RH Cabinet Stowage

12.00

211.18

2534.16

6 Passenger 1

224.89

7 Passenger 2

224.89

8 Passenger 3

280.39

9 Passenger 4

280.39

10 Passenger 5

322.39

11 Passenger 6

338.38

12 Rear Baggage (Max 400 lb)

371.00

13 Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW 9039


lb)
14 Fuel (Max 402 gal/2704 lb)
15 Ramp Weight (MRW 9965 lb)
16 Less Fuel for Ground Operations

-44.00

232.00

-10208.00

17 Takeoff Weight (MTOW 9921 lb)


18 Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW 9039
lb)
19 Landing Fuel
20 Landing Weight (MLW 9921 lb)
FUEL LOAD MOMENTS
WT(LB
)
100
200
400
500
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
2200
2500
2600
2704

ARM
225.72
225.81
226.11
226.70
230.57
231.20
231.59
231.92
232.17
232.37
232.48
232.58
232.59
232.62

MOMENTS (LBIN)
22572
45161
90443
113351
230572
277441
324221
371079
417912
464746
511463
581450
604724
629005

Aircraft Incident Procedure/Response


Introduction
The intent of this section is to outline the immediate considerations, steps and processes
for an effective response to an incident involving the Aircraft.

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The objective is to provide guidance concerning notification, steps to take and forms to
complete to properly handle the immediate consequences and requirements for
circumstances that by definition include serious personal injury, fatality or
substantial damage to an aircraft.
For accidents that include serious personal injury, fatality or substantial damage to an
aircraft, the procedures outlined in this section will escalate to the Aircraft
Accident Response Manual.

Aircraft Incident Procedure/Response


Definitions
For purposes of identifying the level of response required, it is important to define the
different categories of events. The following are industry standard definitions:

Aircraft

Pilatus PC-12 s/n xxx, Nxxx

Accident
An occurrence associated with the operation of an aircraft which takes place between
the time any person boards the aircraft with the intention of flight, until such time
as all persons have disembarked, and in which any persons suffer death, or
serious injury, as a result of being in or upon the aircraft, or by direct contact with
the aircraft or anything attached thereto, or in which the aircraft receives
substantial damage.

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Substantial Damage
Damage or structural failure which adversely affects the structural strength, performance
or flight characteristics of the aircraft, and which would normally require major
repair or replacement of the affected component.

NOTE: Engine failure (damage limited to an engine), bent fairing or cowling, dented
skin, small puncture holes in the skin or fabric, ground damage to rotor or
propeller blades, damage to landing gear, wheels, tires, flaps, engine accessories,
brakes, or wing tips are not considered substantial damage for the purposes of an
accident report.

Demolished

Includes destruction by fire

Fatal Injury

Any injury which results in death caused by the accident.

Serious Injury

Any injury which:


1.

Requires hospitalization for more than 48 hours, commencing within seven days from the date the
injury was received

2.

Results in a fracture of any bone (except simple fractures of fingers, toes, or nose).

3.

Involves lacerations which cause severe hemorrhages, nerve muscle or tendon damage.

4.

Involves injury to any internal organ.

5.

Involves second or third degree burns, or any burns affecting more than 5 percent of the body surface.

6.

Death

Incident

1.

Flight control system malfunction or failure.

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2.

Inability of any required flight crew member to perform their normal flight duties
as a result of injury or illness.

3.

Turbine engine rotor failures excluding compressor blades and turbine buckets.

4.

In-flight fire.

5.

Aircraft collide in flight.

Overdue

Any aircraft which is overdue at a destination and is believed to be lost or to have been
involved in an accident.

Aircraft Incident Procedure/Response Section


On-Scene Procedures
The procedures noted below assume that an accident has occurred at a location away
from the flight operations base.

1.

Get all persons clear of the aircraft.

2.

Give whatever first aid is necessary and possible.

3.

Provide medical attention as needed and possible. Obtain a copy of a medical


report, if possible.

4.

Based on the definitions in this section, determine the level of incident or accident
and the response required.

5.

Ensure that the aircraft and related equipment are guarded continuously and that
nothing is moved except to the extent necessary:
A.

To remove persons injured or trapped.

B.

To protect the aircraft or related equipment from further damage, or to protect the
public from injury.

6.

Ensure that state and local police are notified.

7.

Notify nearest FAA general aviation district office, control tower or flight station
(listed

under

United

Sates

Government,

Transportation

Department,

Federal

Aviation

Administration). Report items with as asterisk (*) on the Information Form. NTSB is automatically
advised (NTSB Phone: 202-267-3333).

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8.

Notify Lance Toland Associates as soon as possible. Refer to the Lance Toland
Associates Home Office/Branch Personnel Office.

9.

Make no statement and give no reports regarding estimates of damage, injuries,


or opinion of cause, except to appropriate authorities (e.g. NTSB, FAA, Insurance representative).
A. If you are requested by an authorized representative of the FAA, the national
Transportation Safety Board, the Airport Police, or other state or local police to
give them a statement, make the following declaration as diplomatically as
possible: I am instructed not to make any comment related to the incident
until my insurance and legal counsel have arrived. Remember, you are not
required to say anything that might tend to incriminate you and you are
entitled to legal counsel. You have these rights, whether or not the person
asking for the statement advises you of them. If you choose to assert these
rights, you should affirmatively state them, or they may be considered to have
been waived.
B. Attempt to satisfy all such requested by referring the requesting party to that person
contacted in the procedure listed under this section.

10.

Preserve to the extent possible, the aircraft, related equipment and all records.
Additionally, records pertaining to the operation and maintenance of the aircraft and related
equipment, as well as records pertaining to the flight personnel involved in the incident or accident.
11.

Make sketches and descriptive notes. Photographs of the accident scene should
also be secured. Identify the location, including the position of the aircraft, if the aircraft was
moved, any significant impact marks and any damage to surrounding property.

12.

Obtain names, addresses and phone numbers of witnesses. Obtain written


statement, if possible.

13.

Obtain names and addresses of all federal, state and local investigators.

14.

Ask the senior law enforcement official present to keep any spectators (including
news media) clear of the area until an official of the FAA or NTSB arrives and takes charge. Request
that all personnel in the area be identified as law enforcement, medical, or official investigators.

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Aircraft Incident Procedure/Response Section


Information Form
Date_________________________
Name & Title of
reporter____________________________________________________
Location of report ________________________________________________________
Phone # of
reporter_________________________________________________________
FAA Registration
Number____________________________________________________
Make &
Model_____________________________________________________________
Owner ( if
known)__________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
__
Location of Accident:

Nature of accident:

_______________________________________________________________________
___
*Crew & Passengers

Name

Status

Location

Pilot (in command) ___________________

______________

______________

Co-Pilot ( if any)

___________________

______________

______________

Passengers

___________________

______________

______________

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___________________

______________

______________

___________________

______________

______________

___________________

______________

______________

___________________

______________

______________

___________________

______________

______________

___________________

______________

______________

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*Date & Time of
Incident/Accident_____________________________________________
*Last Point of Departure & Point of Intended Landing of
Aircraft_____________________
_______________________________________________________________________
___
*Extent of Damage to the Aircraft, So Far as is
Known______________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
___
*Weather Conditions at Incident/Accident
Site____________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
___
*Any Explosives, Radioactive Materials, or Other Dangerous Articles Carried
______________________________________________________________
_____________
______________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________

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