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Date: March 16, 2016

ANYWHERE AIR
LIMITED

MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST

BEECH BE 99

ANYWHERE Air Limited

Freeport International Airport


P.O. Box n-N-xxx
Freeport, G.B., Bahamas
Ph: (242) 377-XXXX
Fax: (242) 323-XXXX
Email: ANYWHEREair@coralwave.com

BASED UPON FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION MMEL REVISION 8 DATED March 15, 2011
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21 Air Conditioning 21-1, 21-2
22 Autopilot 22-1, 22-2
23 Communications 23-1 THRU 23-4
24 Electrical Power 24-1, 24-2
25 Equipment/Furnishings 25-1 THRU 25-4
26 Fire Protection 26-1, 26-2
27 Flight Controls 27-1, 27-2
28 Fuel 28-1, 28-2
30 Ice & Rain Protection 30-1, 30-2
31 Indicating/Recording Systems 31-1, 31-2
32 Landing Gear 32-1, 32-2
33 Lights 33-1, 33-2
34 Navigation 34-1 THRU 34-10
35 Oxygen 35-1, 35-2
36 Pneumatic 36-1, 36-2
37 Vacuum 37-1, 37-2
46 Information Systems 46-1, 46-2
52 Doors 52-1, 52-2
61 Propellers 61-1, 61-2
73 Engine Fuel & Control 73-1, 73-2
77 Engine Indicating 77-1, 77-2
79 Engine Oil 79-1, 79-2
82 Water Injection 82-1, 82-2
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Original Nov 01, 12 ALL PAGES RRM

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REVISION INSTRUCTIONS

It is the responsibility of each manual holder to comply with these revision instructions.

Retain this record in the front on the manual. Upon receipt of each revision, insert the revised
pages in the manual and enter the revision number, revision date, date inserted, and the initials of
the person inserting the revision in the appropriate block on the revision index.

Upon completion a copy of this page shall be returned to ANYWHERE AIR LIMITED
Chief Inspector by facsimile, email or in hard copy as soon as practicable.
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DATE:___________________________________________
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INSPECTOR
NAME:_________________________________________

DATE:___________________________________________
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HIGHLIGHT OF CHANGES
System Page No. Rev. No. Current Date
All Pages One 12/10/2013

All Pages Two 03/16/2016

Pages IV, V, Three 08/28/2016


VI, VII, VIII, IX

Pages IV, V, Four 02/28/2018


VI, VII, VIII,
IX, X, XI, XII,
XIII, XIV, XV,
XVI, XVII
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Applicable Aircraft

This Minimum Equipment List has been developed to cover the


following Beech 99 Aircraft.

REGISTRATION NUMBER SERIAL NUMBER


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DISTRIBUTION LIST

Master Accountable Manager

Manual 1 Flight Standards Inspectorate

Manual 2 Director of Operations

Manual 3 Director of Maintenance

Manual 4 Maintenance Provider

Manual 5 Maintenance Provider


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DEFINITIONS

The following definitions will be used in MMELs. For MELs, certain MMEL definitions
may be edited and/or not required. MEL definitions, including format issues, will be
tailored, as appropriate, dependent upon the aircraft operator’s make/model of aircraft,
type of installed instrument and equipment items, and specific operation. However, the
intent of the definition must be the same and cannot be less restrictive than the MMEL.
1. Notes 1, 2 & 3 are not relevant to Bahamas MEL

2. Administrative Control Item (ACI). An ACI is listed by the aircraft operator in the
MEL for tracking and informational purposes. As an example, ACI may be used
to track ETOPS accomplishment of required APU cold-soak, or in-flight
verification starts. An ACI may be added to an aircraft operator’s MEL by
approval of the POI provided no relief is granted, or provided conditions and
limitations are contained in an approved document (e.g., Structural Repair
Manual (SRM) or Airworthiness Directive (AD)). If relief other than that granted
by an approved document is sought for an ACI, a request must be submitted to
the Administrator. If the request results in review and approval by the FOEB, the
item becomes an MMEL item rather than an ACI.
3. ATA System Page. The ATA system page is divided into four (4) columns and
contains: item and repair category; number installed; number required for
dispatch; and remarks or exceptions. Standard ATA categories are used. Items
are numbered sequentially.
A. Item. This column depicts the equipment, system, component, or function listed in
the “Item” column.
B. Repair Category. See definition #24.
C. Number Installed. This column depicts the number (quantity) of instrument and
equipment items normally installed in the aircraft. This number represents the
aircraft configuration considered in developing this MMEL. Should the number
be a variable (e.g., fleet configuration differences, cockpit lighting items, cabin
lighting items, cargo restraint components) a number is not required and the “-”
symbol is used.
D. Number Required for Dispatch. This column depicts the minimum number
(quantity) of instrument and equipment items required for operation provided the
conditions specified in the “Remarks or Exceptions” column are met. Where the
MMEL shows a variable number required for dispatch, the MEL must reflect the
actual number required for dispatch or an alternate means of configuration
control approved by the Administrator.
E. Remarks or Exceptions. This column may include a statement(s) either prohibiting
or permitting operation with a specific number of instrument and equipment items
inoperative, provisos (conditions and limitations) for such operation, and
appropriate notes.
F. Provisos. Provisos are indicated by a number or a lower case letter in “Remarks or
Exceptions”. Provisos are conditions or limitations that must be complied with for
operation with the listed instrument or equipment item inoperative.
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G. Notes. Notes provide additional information for crewmember or maintenance


consideration. Notes are used to identify applicable material, which is intended
to assist with compliance, but do not relieve the aircraft operator of the
responsibility for compliance with all applicable requirements. Additional notes
may be amended, deleted, or added to the MEL by the aircraft operator, as
appropriate. Notes are not a part of the provisos.
H. Vertical Bar (change bar). A vertical bar indicates a change, addition, or deletion in
the adjacent text for the current revision of that page only. All change bars
applicable to the previous revision of the MMEL are removed prior to the release
of the next revision.
4. Airplane Flight Manual (AFM), Rotorcraft Flight Manual (RFM). The FAA-
approved AFM/RFM is the document approved by the responsible FAA Aircraft
Certification Office (ACO) during type certification. The approved flight manual
for the specific aircraft is listed on the applicable Type Certificate Data Sheet
(TCDS). The approved flight manual is the source document for operational
limitations and performance parameters for an aircraft. The term “approved flight
manual” can apply to either an AFM or an RFM. The FAA requires an approved
flight manual for aircraft type certification.
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5. As Required by 14 CFR. When the MMEL states, “As Required by 14 CFR,” the
operator shall treat this as BASR and comply with the Bahamas Regulations
6. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR).
Not applicable
7. Considered Inoperative. The phrase, “Considered Inoperative”, as used in the
provisos, means that an instrument and equipment item must be treated for
dispatch, taxi and flight purposes as though it were inoperative. The item will not
be used or operated until the original deferred item is repaired. Additional actions
include: documenting the item on the dispatch release (if applicable), placarding,
and complying with all remarks, exceptions, and related MMEL provisions,
including any (M) and (O) procedures and observing the repair category.
8. Continuing Authorization – Single Extension. An aircraft operator who has the
authorization to use an approved MEL may also have the authority to use a
continuing authorization to approve a single (one-time) extension to the repair
interval for category B or C items in accordance with Operations Specification
D095. Continuing
Authorization – Single Extension is not authorized for repair category A and D
items.

9. Dash (-). Indicates a variable number (quantity) of the instrument and equipment
items may be installed or required for dispatch. This is common when a fleet
MEL is used since aircraft of the same make and model may have differing
numbers of specific instrument and/or equipment items installed.
10. Day of Discovery. This is the calendar-day an equipment/instrument malfunction
was recorded in the aircraft maintenance record/logbook. This day is excluded
from the calendar-days or flight-days specified in the MMEL for the repair interval
of an inoperative instrument and/or equipment item. This provision is applicable
to all MMEL items; i.e., categories A, B, C, and D.
11. Deactivated and/or Secured. When the MMEL refers to an instrument and/or
equipment item as deactivated and/or secured, the specified component must be
put into an acceptable condition for safe flight. An acceptable method of
deactivating and/or securing will be established by the aircraft operator.
12. Deleted. "Deleted" in the remarks column after a sequence item indicates that the
item was previously listed but is now required to be operative if installed in the
aircraft.
13. Extended Range Operations (ER). ER refers to extended range operations
(ETOPS) of an airplane with operational approval to conduct ETOPS in
accordance with the applicable regulations.
14. Excess Items. Excess items are those instrument and equipment items that have
been installed that are redundant to the requirements of the 14 CFR.
15. Flight Day. A flight-day is a 24-hour period (from midnight to midnight) either
universal coordinated time (UTC) or local time, as established by the aircraft
operator, during which at least one flight is initiated for the affected aircraft.
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16. Heavy Maintenance Visit (HMV). HMV is a scheduled C-check/D-check or
airworthiness maintenance program inspection where the aircraft is scheduled to
be out of service for 4 or more days.
17. Icing Conditions. An atmospheric environment that may cause ice to form on the
aircraft (structural) or in the engine(s) (induction).
18. Inoperative. A system and/or component malfunction to the extent that it does not
accomplish its intended purpose and/or is not consistently functioning normally
within its approved operating limit(s) and/or tolerance(s).
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19. Inoperative Components of an Inoperative System. Inoperative instrument and
equipment items, which are components of a system that is inoperative, are
usually considered components directly associated with and having no other
function than to support that system (warning/caution systems associated with
the inoperative system must be operative unless relief is specifically authorized
per the MMEL).
20. Is Not Used. The phrase “Is Not Used” in the provisos, remarks or exceptions for
an MMEL instrument or equipment item may specify that another item in the
MMEL “is not used”. In such cases, crewmembers must not activate, actuate, or
otherwise utilize that item under normal operations. It is not necessary for
aircraft operators to accomplish the (M) procedure(s) associated with the item.
However, operational requirements must be complied with, and an additional
placard must be affixed, to the extent practical, adjacent to the control or
indicator for the item that is not used. This informs crewmembers that an
instrument or equipment item is not to be used under normal operations.
21. Nonessential Equipment and Furnishings (NEF). NEFs are those items installed
on the aircraft as part of the original type certification (TC), STC, engineering
order, or other form of alteration that have no effect on the safe operation of flight
and would not be required by the applicable certification rules or operational
rules. They are those items that, if inoperative, damaged, or missing, have no
effect on the aircraft’s ability to be operated safely under all operational
conditions. NEF items are not instrument and equipment items already identified
in the MEL or CDL of the applicable aircraft. They do not include instrument and
equipment items that are functionally required to meet the certification rule or for
compliance with any operational rule.
22. Operative. An operative system and/or component will accomplish its intended
purpose and is consistently functioning normally within its design operating
limit(s) and tolerance(s). When an MMEL item specifies that an item of
equipment must be operative, it does not mean that it’s operational status must
be verified; it’s to be considered operative unless reported or known to be
malfunctioning. When an MMEL item specifies that an item of equipment must be
verified operative, it means that it must be checked and confirmed operative at
the interval(s) specified for that MMEL item. When an MMEL item specifies that
an item of equipment must be verified but no interval is specified, verification is
required only at the time of deferral.
Other terminology sometimes used interchangeably with “operative” within the MMEL is
“operates normally”, "fully operative", and "considered operative”. The aircraft
operator's MEL may incorporate standardized terminology of the aircraft
operator’s choice to specify that an item of equipment must be operative,
provided the aircraft operator's MEL definitions indicate that the selected
"operative" terminology means that the required item of equipment will
accomplish its intended purpose and is consistently functioning normally within
its design operating limit(s) and tolerance(s).
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23. Placarding. Each inoperative instrument or equipment item must be placarded to
inform and remind the crewmembers and maintenance personnel of the item
condition. To the extent practical, placards should be located adjacent to the
control or indicator for the item affected; however, unless otherwise specified (i.e.
AFM), placard wording and location will be determined by the aircraft operator.
24. Repair Category. All users of an MEL approved under
parts 91K, 121, 125, 129, 135, and 142 must effect repairs of inoperative
instrument and equipment items, deferred in accordance with the MEL, at or prior
to the repair times established by the following letter designators. Part 91 MEL
users (D095/D195 LOAs) are not required to comply with the repair categories,
but will comply with any provisos defining a repair interval (flights, flight legs,
cycles, hours, etc):
A. Repair Category A. This category item must be repaired within the time interval
specified in the “Remarks or Exceptions” column of the aircraft operator’s
approved MEL. For time intervals specified in “calendar days” or “flight days”,
the day the malfunction was recorded in the aircraft maintenance record/logbook
is excluded. For all other time intervals (i.e., flights, flight legs, cycles, hors, etc.),
repair tracking begins at the point when the malfunction is deferred in
accordance with the operator’s approved MEL.
B. Repair Category B. This category item must be repaired within 3 consecutive
calendar-days (72 hours) excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the
aircraft maintenance record/logbook. For example, if it were recorded at 10 a.m.
on January 26th, the 3-day interval would begin at midnight the 26th and end at
midnight the 29th.
C. Repair Category C. This category item must be repaired within 10 consecutive
calendar-days (240 hours) excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in the
aircraft maintenance record/logbook. For example, if it were recorded at 10 a.m.
on January 26th, the 10-day interval would begin at midnight the 26th and end at
midnight February 5th.
D. Repair Category D. This category item must be repaired within 120 consecutive
calendar-days (2880 hours) excluding the day the malfunction was recorded in
the aircraft maintenance record/logbook.
25. Takeoff. Takeoff is the act of beginning a flight in which an aircraft is accelerated
from a state of rest to that of flight. For the purposes of MEL relief, this translates
to the point at which the pilot physically begins to apply power to initiate the
takeoff from the runway or takeoff surface.
26. Triple Asterisk (***). Indicates an item which is not required by regulation but which
may have been installed on some models of aircraft covered by this MMEL. This
item may be included on the aircraft operator’s MEL after the approving office
has determined that the item has been installed on one or more of the aircraft
operator’s aircraft. The symbol, however, must not be carried forward into the
aircraft operator’s MEL. It should be noted that neither this policy nor the use of
this symbol provides authority to install or remove an item from an aircraft.
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27. Visible Moisture. An atmospheric environment containing water, in any form, that
can be seen in natural or artificial light; for example, clouds, fog, rain, sleet, hail,
or snow.
28. Visual Flight Rules (VFR). VFR is as defined in 14 CFR Part 91. This precludes a
pilot from filing an Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) flight plan.
29. Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC). VMC means the atmospheric
environment is such that would allow a flight to proceed under the visual flight
rules applicable to the flight. This does not preclude operating under Instrument
Flight Rules.
30. (M). This symbol indicates a requirement for a specific maintenance procedure
which must be accomplished prior to operation with the listed item inoperative.
Normally, these procedures are accomplished by maintenance personnel;
however, other personnel may be qualified and authorized to perform certain
functions. Procedures requiring specialized knowledge or skill, or requiring the
use of tools or test equipment, should be accomplished by maintenance
personnel. The satisfactory accomplishment of all maintenance procedures,
regardless of who performs them, is the responsibility of the aircraft operator.
Appropriate procedures are required to be produced as part of the aircraft
operator’s manual or MEL.
31. (O). This symbol indicates a requirement for a specific operations procedure which
must be accomplished in planning for and/or operating with the listed item
inoperative. Normally, these procedures are accomplished by the flightcrew;
however, other personnel may be qualified and authorized to perform certain
functions. The satisfactory accomplishment of all procedures, regardless of who
performs them, is the responsibility of the aircraft operator. Appropriate
procedures are required to be produced as a part of the aircraft operator’s
manual or MEL.
32. Electronic Fault Alerting System. New generation aircraft display system fault
indications to the flight crew by use of computerized display systems. Aircraft
manufacturers incorporate individual design philosophies when determining the
data that is represented. The following are customized definitions (specific to
each manufacturer) to help determine the level of messages affecting the
aircraft's dispatch status.
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The following is applicable for authorized certificate holders operating under Schedule
10, 11, 12, 20, 28 require that all equipment installed on an aircraft in compliance with
the Airworthiness Standards and the Operating Rules must be operative. However, the
Rules also permit the publication of a Minimum Equipment List (MEL) where compliance
with certain equipment requirements is not necessary in the interests of safety under all
operating conditions. Experience has shown that with the various levels of redundancy
designed into aircraft, operation of every system or installed component may not be
necessary when the remaining operative equipment can provide an acceptable level of
safety.

A Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) is developed by the FAA, with participation
by the aviation industry, to improve aircraft utilization and thereby provide more
convenient and economic air transportation for the public. The FAA approved MMEL
includes those items of equipment related to airworthiness and operating regulations and
other items of equipment which the Administrator finds may be inoperative and yet
maintain an acceptable level of safety by appropriate conditions and limitations; it does
not contain obviously required items such as wings, flaps, and rudders. The MMEL is
the basis for development of individual operator MELs which take into consideration the
operator's particular aircraft equipment configuration and operational conditions.
Operator MELs, for administrative control, may include items not contained in the MMEL;
however, relief for administrative control items must be approved by the Administrator.
An operator's MEL may differ in format from the MMEL, but cannot be less restrictive
than the MMEL. The individual operator's MEL, when approved and authorized, permits
operation of the aircraft with inoperative equipment. Equipment not required by the
operation being conducted and equipment in excess of BASR requirements are
included in the MEL with appropriate conditions and limitations. The MEL must not
deviate from the Aircraft Flight Manual Limitations, Emergency Procedures or with
Airworthiness Directives. It is important to remember that all equipment related to the
airworthiness and the operating regulations of the aircraft not listed on the MMEL must
be operative.

Suitable conditions and limitations in the form of placards, maintenance procedures,


crew operating procedures and other restrictions as necessary are specified in the MEL
to ensure that an acceptable level of safety is maintained.

The MEL is intended to permit operation with inoperative items of equipment for a period
of time until repairs can be accomplished. It is important that repairs be accomplished at
the earliest opportunity. In order to maintain an acceptable level of safety and reliability
the MMEL establishes limitations on the duration of and conditions for operation with
inoperative equipment.

The MEL provides for release of the aircraft for flight with inoperative equipment. When
an item of equipment is discovered to be inoperative, it is reported by making an entry in
the Aircraft Maintenance Record/Logbook as prescribed by BASR. The item is then
either repaired or may be deferred per the MEL or other approved means acceptable to
the BCAA prior to further operation. MEL conditions and limitations, do not relieve the
operator from determining that the aircraft is in condition for safe operation with items of
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equipment inoperative. When these requirements are met, an Airworthiness Release,
Aircraft Maintenance Record/Logbook entry, or other approved documentation is issued
as prescribed by BASR. Such documentation is required prior to operation with any item
of equipment inoperative.

Operators are responsible for exercising the necessary operational control to ensure that
an acceptable level of safety is maintained. When operating with multiple inoperative
items, the interrelationships between those items and the effect on aircraft operation and
crew workload will be considered. Operators are to establish a controlled and sound
repair program including the parts, personnel, facilities,
procedures and schedules to ensure timely repair.

WHEN USING THE MEL, COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATED INTENT OF THE
PREAMBLE, DEFINITIONS, AND THE CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS SPECIFIED
IN THE MEL IS REQUIRED.
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Guidelines for (O) & (M) Procedures

21-1-1 (M) Maintenance procedure to ensure no fuel leak or


mechanical/electrical fault exists and to deactivate the
Heater.
(O) Operations procedure to identify acceptable conditions to
operate without affected heat in the aircraft.

21-1-2 (O) Operations procedure to identify acceptable conditions to


operate without affected bleed air heat in the aircraft.

21-1-3 (O) Operations procedure to identify acceptable conditions to


operate without affected bleed air heat in the aircraft.

21-6 (M) Maintenance procedure to deactivate Air Conditioner to


ensure fault will not affect other System.

21-12 (M) Maintenance procedure to ensure Bleed Air shutoff Valve(s)


are in the closed position.

21-13 (M) Maintenance procedure to ensure Bleed Air shutoff Valve(s)


are in the closed position.

(O) Operations procedure to identify acceptable conditions to


operate without heat in the aircraft.

22-1 (M) Maintenance procedure to ensure no electrical or mechanical


fault exists that will have an adverse affect on any flight
control function.
22-1-1 (M) Maintenance procedure to verify remaining Autopilot functions
to maintain constant altitude and direction are available and
placard for crew awareness.
(O) Establish alternate procedures for Autopilot use with
inoperative Autopilot functions.
22-2 (M) Maintenance procedure to ensure no electrical or mechanical
fault exists that will have an adverse affect on any flight control
function.
22-2 (M) Maintenance procedure to ensure no electrical or mechanical
fault exists that will have an adverse affect on any flight control
function.
23-1-1 (O) Operations procedure for passenger briefing.

24-4 (M) Maintenance procedure to verify items on the now Single Fed
Buss are operative.
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24-8 (M) Maintenance procedure to verify the External Power


Solenoid is not powered.

24-8-1 (O) Operations procedure for crew to verify correct external power is
used and verify external power is disconnected and Receptacle
Door is closed prior to flight.

25-1-1 (M) Maintenance procedure to secure arm rest(s) in proper position.

25-1-3 (M) Maintenance procedure to secure seat(s) in proper position.

25-2 (M) Maintenance procedure to secure rudder pedal(s) in proper


position.

25-3-2 (O) Operations procedure for crew awareness of inoperative


baggage stowage area and alternate procedures for
baggage.

25-5-1 (M) Maintenance procedure to disconnect ELT Remote Switch and


verify ELT is operative in the ARMED Mode.

25-9 (M) Maintenance procedure to secure and placard Compartment.


25-10 (M) Maintenance procedure to determine acceptable cargo loading
limits with inoperative restraints.

26-2 (M) Maintenance procedure to deactivate System and ensure Engine


Fire Lights are extinguished prior to operation of the aircraft.

27-4 (O) Operations procedure for crew to verify operation of Main and
Standby Pitch Trim, Trim in Motion Warning, Out of Trim
Warning, and to visually verify the Stabilizer Pitch Trim Position
prior to each takeoff.

28-1-2 (O) Procedure to verify crossfeed is operative prior to each flight.

28-3 (O) Operations procedure to ensure the quantity and balance of fuel
on board meets the regulatory requirements for the intended
flight.

28-4 (O) Operations procedure to verify NO MTV FLOW Annunciator is


operative and Nacelle fuel quantity is monitored.
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28-7-1 (O) Operations procedure to verify both the Primary and Secondary Fuel
Boost Pumps are operative and both are operated for the entire
flight.

28-7-2 (O) Operations procedure to verify the NO MTV FLOW Annunciator and
Standby Boost Pump are both operative prior to flight.

30-3 (M) Maintenance procedure to verify effectiveness of hydrophobic


windshield
coating in accordance with windshield manufacturers’ procedure.

30-9 (M) Maintenance procedure to secure brake deice valves in closed


position.

31-2 (O) Operations procedure for recording flight time.

31-3 (O) Operations procedure for recording Combustion Heater use time.

32-1 (O) Operator must use procedure published by Hawker


Beechcraft Corporation to verify the Landing Gear is down
and locked with an inoperative Gear Indicator.

32-3 (M) Maintenance procedure to ensure nose wheel steering is


deactivated and ensure that nose steering rods remain connected
for wheel alignment during gear extension and retraction.

32-4 (O) Operations procedure to prevent movement of aircraft when


stopped or parked.

32-6 (O) Operations procedure for crew awareness and procedure to


manually release Gear Handle Downlock to retract Landing
Gear.

33-02 (O) Operations procedure to identify minimum sufficient operative


Lighting for the crew to perform required duties and for passengers
to locate items and move safely about the Cabin during night
operations.

33-03 (O) Operations procedure to specify passenger briefing.

34-04 (O) Operations procedure to establish alternate means for


awareness of approach minimums.

(M) Maintenance procedure to deactivate Radar


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21 AIR CONDITIONING

01-00 Heater

01-01 Combustion (except C-99) C 0 0 Not Installed.

01-02 Bleed Air Heat (C-99 only) C 0 0 Not Installed.

01-03 Auxiliary Bleed Air Heat System C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:
(except C-99) a) Operating conditions are acceptable
without Aux Bleed Air Heat, and
b) Left Engine Bleed Air Shutoff Valve
remains OFF and closed.

02-00 Forward Ventilation Blower C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Combustion Heater is not operated on
the ground,
b) Combustion Heater is turned OFF prior
to landing,
c) Electric Heater is not operated, and
d) Windshield Defrost Air is not required.

02-01 Adjustable Ceiling Outlets C 15 0 May be inoperative.


(Eyeball)

03-00 Aft Ventilation Blower C 0 0 Not Applicable

04-00 Automatic Temperature Control C 1 0 May be inoperative provided Manual


Temperature Control is operative.

05-00 Manual Temperature Control C 1 0 May be inoperative provided Automatic


Temperature Control is operative.

C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Heater is considered inoperative, and
b) Item 21-1, Heater, is complied with.

21-04-00 – Auxiliary Bleed Air Heat System (Operations Procedure)


Flight crew will verify meteorological conditions and forecast temperatures will not require the use of Bleed Air Heat
and will ensure both Bleed Air Valves are placed in ENVIR OFF throughout flight
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21 AIR CONDITIONING

06-00 Air Conditioning System C 0 0 Not Installed

07-00 Windshield Defrost C 1 0 May be inoperative provided one of the


following is operative:
a) Ventilation Blower,
b) Windshield Heat (Electric),
c) Bleed Air Heat and Ventilation Blower,
d) Electric Heater and Ventilation Blower, or
e) Combustion Heat and Ventilation Blower

08-00 Duct Over Temperature C 0 0 Not Installed


Annunciator (C-99 only)

09-00 Electric Heater C 0 0 Not Installed

10-00 Auxiliary Bleed Air Heat System MOVED TO ITEM 21-1, REVISION 7.

11-00 Ram Air Vent (C-99 only) C 0 0 Not Installed

12-00 Bleed Air Fail Annunciator Lights C 0 0 Not Installed


(Fails To Illuminate) (C-99 only)

13-00 Environmental Bleed Air Shutoff C 0 0 Not Installed


Valve(s) (C-99 only)

14-00 Cabin Air Temperature Indicator C 0 0 Not Installed


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22 AUTOPILOT

01-00 Autopilot System C 0 0 Not Installed

01-01 Autopilot Modes C 0 0 Not Installed

01-02 Autopilot Disconnect (AP/YD C 0 0 Not Installed


& TRIM DISC)

02-00 Yaw Damper C 0 0 Not Installed


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23 COMMUNICATIONS

01-00 Passenger Address System

01-01 Passenger Configuration C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Alternate, normal and emergency
procedures, and/or operating
restrictions are established and
used.

01-02 Cargo Configuration D 0 0 Not Applicable

02-00 Communications Equipment (VHF, D 2 1 No relief for IFR Commercial Operations


UHF) a) One may be inoperative under all
VFR Operations

03-00 Cockpit Speakers C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided an


operative Headset is available for use.

C 2 0 May be inoperative provided two operative


Headsets are available for use.

04-00 Audio Amplifier C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Two operative Headsets are
available for use, and
b) Aural warnings are operative and
audible.

05-00 Static Discharge Wicks C 10 8 One Wick may be damaged or missing


from each Control Surface and/or
structural area provided one remains
serviceable for each Control Surface
and/or area and no more than two total
Static Wicks are missing from the
airplane.

23-01-01 – Passenger Address System Passenger Configuration (Operations Procedure)


Flight Crew will orally brief passengers for take-off, cruise, landing and emergency procedures prior to take-off
and as otherwise appropriate for the phase of flight in accordance with the requirements of the Company
Operations Manual and BASR.
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23 COMMUNICATIONS

06-00 Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) A 0 0 Not Installed


(With Flight Data Recorder)

06-00 Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) A 1 0 May be inoperative provided repairs are
(Without Flight Data Recorder) made within three flight days.

07-00 Boom Microphones COCKPIT


VOICE RECORDER (CVR) WITH
FLIGHT DATA RECORDER (FDR)
INSTALLED

07-01 Cockpit Voice Recorder Equipped A 0 0 Not Installed


To Record Boom Microphone Per
BASR

07-02 Cockpit Voice Recorder Equipped D 0 0


To Record Boom Microphone Per
BASR

08-00 High Frequency (HF) D 0 0 Not Installed


Communication System

09-00 Ground Communications Power C 0 0 Not Installed


System

10-00 Crew Intercom System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do


not require a SIC pilot.
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23 COMMUNICATIONS

11-00 Push to Talk Switch C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:


a) Hand Held Microphone on
affected side is operative.
b) Aircraft is operated with a SIC.

C 2 1 Right side may be inoperative


provided:
a) Hand held mic is operative, and
b) Flying pilot has operative mic at
pilot station.

C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Both pilot stations have operative
hand held mic.
b) Aircraft is operated with a SIC.

12-00 Hand Held Microphone C 2 1 Right side may be inoperative.

C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided


Boom Microphone and Push-to-Talk
Switch are operative on side with
inoperative Microphone.
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24 ELECTRICAL

01-00 DC Loadmeters DELETED, REVISION 5.

02-00 Generator Warning Light B 2 0 May be inoperative provided both DC


Loadmeters are monitored.

03-00 Inverter Warning Light B 1 0 May be inoperative provided an AC


Volt / Freq. Meter are installed and
operative.

04-00 Bus Feeder Limiter (60 Amp) B 4 3 (M) One Limiter may be open for VFR day
operations provided all Bus functions are
operating properly. NOTE: The Bus Fault
Light ON indicates an open Current Limiter.

05-00 Inverter B 2 1 One may be inoperative for day VMC


operations

06-00 AC Volt/Frequency Meter (C-99 B 0 0 Not Installed.


Only)

07-00 NICAD Battery Temperature C 1 0 May be inoperative provided the Beech


Indicator Battery Monitor System is installed.

08-00 External Power System C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided


NICAD Batteries are not installed.

24-04-00 – Bus Feeder Limiter (60 Amp) (Maintenance Procedure)


a) Maintenance will carry out current limiter check by use of the voltmeter switch with one Generator off line to
determine defective current limiter and
b) Ensure that all Bus functions operate normally by operating bus powered systems
24-08-00 – External Power System (Maintenance Procedure)
Maintenance shall confirm external power system is inoperative by selecting external power and reading
indicator voltage. Once confirmed that no voltage is present Maintenance will placard system inoperative
and secure external power receptacle with high speed tape and mark same inoperative.
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24 ELECTRICAL

08-01 External Power C 1 0 (O) O p e r a ti o n s P roc e d ure:


Annunciator System Crews shall confirm external power system
operative by
a) selecting voltmeter switch to external
power and verifying correct voltage is
present and
b) performing annunciator lights test.
c) Prior to departure visually inspect
that external power receptacle has
been removed and
d) Ensure that external power
receptacle door is closed

24-08-01 – External Power Annunciator System (Operations Procedure)


Line Wingman shall position in view of flight crew and verify by heralding power-cart is connected/disconnected as
applicable prior to taxi.
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25 EQUIPMENT/
FURNISHINGS
01-00 Crew Seats
01-01 Armrest(s) C 4 0 May be inoperative provided the affected
Armrest can be placed in the normal up or
down position.

C 4 0 (M) May be inoperative provided affected


armrest is secured in the up position.

01-02 Shoulder Harness B 2 1 Right side may be inoperative provided


seat is not occupied.

01-03 Seat Adjustment A 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


a) Seat(s) is/are locked in a position
that permits normal pilot visibility,
b) Full Flight Control movement is
available,
c) Position of the affected Seat(s) is /
are acceptable to the flight crew,
and
d) Repairs are made within one flight
day.

02-00 Crew Rudder Pedal A 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


Adjustment a) Associated rudder pedal is
locked in a symmetrical
position that allows full rudder
pedal movement,
b) Position of the rudder is
acceptable to the flight crew,
c) Associated Crew Seat Adjustment
must be operative, and
d) Repairs are made within one flight
day.

25-01-01 – Armrest (Maintenance Procedure)


Maintenance will insert lock pin into Hinge bracket and placard inoperative
25-01-03 – Seat Adjustment (Maintenance Procedure)
Maintenance will manually lock position of seat by inserting lock pin once acceptable seat position has been verified
with flight crew
25-02-00 – Crew Rudder Pedal Adjustment (Maintenance Procedure)
Maintenance will adjust pilots’ rudder pedals equally with the push-pull tubes between the bell cranks and manually
lock position of Rudder Pedals once position has been verified acceptable to flight crew
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25 EQUIPMENT/
FURNISHINGS

03-00 Passenger Seat(s) C 15 0 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 Seat


Belt is considered inoperative.
NOTE 2: Affected Seat(s) may include the
Seat(s) behind and/or adjacent
outboard Seats.

03-01 Recline Mechanism C 0 0 Not Installed

03-02 Underseat Baggage Restraining C 0 0 Not Installed


Bars

03-03 Armrest C 0 0 Not Installed

04-00 Flotation Equipment C 17 2 One Life jacket is required for each


installed, operable and occupied seat.

05-00 Emergency Locator Transmitter C 1 1 Must be operative at all times IAW (BASR
(ELT) Schedule 7)

05-01 Remote Switch C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


Remote Switch is disconnected from
the ELT, and ELT Switch is placed in
the ARMED position.

25-05-01 – Remote Switch (Maintenance Procedure)


Maintenance will disconnect remote switch wire from ELT and secure with tie-wrap and ensure by visual inspection
that ELT switch is in the ARMED position
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25 EQUIPMENT/
FURNISHINGS

06-00 Non-Essential Equipment & D - 0 May be inoperative, damaged, or missing


Furnishings (NEF) provided that the item(s) is deferred in
accordance ANYWHERE Air NEF
deferral program. The NEF program,
procedures, and processes are outlined
in ANYWHERE Air’s NEF Manual. (M)
and (O) procedures. The manual is
located at the back of the MEL

NOTE: Exterior Lavatory Door Ash Trays


are not considered NEF Items.

Passenger Convenience Items deleted


Revision 8.

07-00 Emergency Medical Equipment

07-01 Automatic External Defibrillator D 0 0 Not Installed


(AED) and/or Associated
Equipment

07-02 Emergency Medical Kit (EMK) D 0 0 Not Installed


and/or Associated Equipment

07-03 First Aid Kit (FAK) and/or D 1 1 Must be operative as per BASR Sch 7
Associated Equipment

08-00 “Fasten Seat Belt While Seated” C 2 1 One or more Signs may be illegible or
Sign Or Placard missing provided a legible Sign or
Placard is visible from each occupied
Passenger Seat.

09-00 Galley Storage Compartment(s) C 0 0 Not Installed


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10-00 Cargo Restraint Systems C 0 0 Not Installed

11-00 Flashlight C 2 1 Any in excess of those required by BASR


may be inoperative or missing.

11-01 Flashlight Holder C 2 0 May be damaged or inoperative provided


affected flashlight remains readily available
to crewmember while seated.

12-00 Cockpit Sun Visors C 2 0 May be inoperative or missing provided


there are no visual restrictions to the flight
crew.
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26 FIRE PROTECTION

01-00 Portable Fire Extinguisher D 2 2 Both units must be operative at all times
BASR 7.250

02-00 Engine Fire C 2 0 (M) May be inoperative provided system is


Extinguisher Systems deactivated.

26-02-00 – Engine Fire Extinguisher Switch (Maintenance Procedure)


a) Maintenance will pull fire extinguisher circuit breaker(s) located on the co-pilots circuit breaker panel and secure
same with tie-wraps and placard system inoperative
b) Maintenance will ensure that Engine Fire Lights are extinguished prior to flight
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27 FLIGHT CONTROLS

01-00 Trim Position Indicators C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


(Rudder And Aileron) a) Tab is visually checked for full range of
operations,
b) Tab operation is unaffected, and
c) Tab is positioned at neutral prior to each
departure and neutral position is verified
by visual inspection.

02-00 Flap Position Indicator C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Flaps are visually checked for full travel
and flap operation is not affected,
b) Flaps are visually checked full up or for
proper setting prior to each departure,
and
c) Flaps stop in Approach Position when
position switch placed in Approach
Detent.

03-00 Flap System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Flaps remain in the full up position,
b) Flaps 0% performance data is available
in the AFM for takeoff and landing, and
c) Landing Gear Warning Silence button is
not used to silence the landing gear
warning in flight.

04-00 Horizontal Stabilizer B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


Pitch Trim Indicator a) Main and Standby Pitch Trim Systems
verified operative prior to flight,
b) “Trim In Motion” Audio verified operative
prior to flight,
c) “Out Of Trim” Warning System is verified
operative prior to flight, and
d) Stabilizer position is visually verified to
be in the takeoff range prior to flight.

27-04-00 Horizontal Stabilizer Pitch Trim Indicator (Operations Procedure)


Flight Crews will operate main & standby Pitch trim systems for full travel and will visually confirm full travel. All
systems will be visually checked and aural warnings confirmed prior to each flight.
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28 FUEL
01-00 Fuel Boost Pumps
01-01 Primary/Secondary Fuel C 4 2 One Primary or one Secondary Pump may
Pumps (Except C-99) be inoperative on each side.
NOTE: Comply with AFM Limitations.
01-02 Standby Fuel Pumps (C-99 B 0 0 Not Installed.
Only)
02-00 Fuel Transfer Jet Pumps C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:
a) All Fuel Boost Pumps are operative, and
b) Fuel planning includes 28 gallons of
unusable fuel on affected side Fuel
System.

03-00 Fuel Quantity Indicators C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided:


a) A reliable means is established to
determine fuel quantity and balance
meet the requirements for intended flight,
and
b) Both Fuel Flow Indicators are operative
and monitored, and
c) Both NAC NOT FULL Annunciators are
operative.

04-00 NAC NOT FULL Annunciator C 0 0 Not Installed.


(C-99 only)

(Except C-99) C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Fuel Quantity Indicator is operative on
the affected side,
b) Affected side Primary and Secondary
Fuel Boost Pumps are operative and
selected ON for flight, and
c) Fuel Quantity Indicator is selected to
NACELLE and monitored during flight.

NOTE: U-40 and after or aircraft with Kit# 99-


3008, selection of the Fuel Quantity
Indicator Selector to the NACELLE
position deactivates the NAC- NOT-
FULL Annunciator.

28-03-00 – Fuel Quantity Indicators (Operations Procedure)


Prior to each flight crews’ first flight of the day fuel tanks are topped off and fuel uplift and burn is accurately recorded
in the flight log for that flight crews’ flights of the day provided that flight crew will ensure that prior to each flight the
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NAC Fuel Tanks are full . Calculations shall be made to ensure adequate fuel is available for the intended flight and
type of operations including reserves.
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28 FUEL

05-00 NO MTV FLOW Annunciator C 0 0 Not Installed.


Light (C-99 only)

06-00 FUEL CROSSFEED C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


Annunciator a) AFM procedure to confirm proper
crossfeed operation is completed prior
to starting engines,
b) Both Fuel Pressure Low Annunciators
are operative,
c) For C-99 only, both Standby Fuel Pumps
are operative, and
d) For C-99 only, both NO MTV FLOW
Annunciators are operative.

07-00 Fuel Pressure Low


Annunciators

07-01 FUEL PRESSURE C 2 1 (O) One may be inoperative provided:


Annunciator (Except C-99) a) The Primary and Secondary Fuel Boost
Pumps for affected side are verified
operative prior to flight,
b) The Primary and Secondary Fuel Boost
Pumps are both selected ON for flight,
and
c) Affected side Fuel Quantity Indicator is
operative.

07-02 FUEL PRESS Annunciator B 0 0 Not Installed.


(C-99 only)

28-07-01 – Fuel Pressure (Operations Procedure)


Flight crews shall operate crossfeed system to confirm operative pumps. The crew shall select primary & secondary
fuel boost pumps ON for flight. Prior to flight fuel tank quantity has to be verified by maintenance and confirmed by
the flight crew on cabin quantity gauges.
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30 ICE & RAIN
PROTECTION

01-00 Surface Deicing System C 1 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not


(Wing, Vertical and Horizontal operated in known or forecast icing conditions.
Stabilizer)

02-00 Windshield Heater C 0 0 Not Installed.

03-00 Windshield Wipers C 2 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated in precipitation within 5 nautical miles
of the airport of takeoff or intended landing.

03-01 PARK Mode C 1 0 May be inoperative provided wiper arms and


blades can be positioned to not obstruct the
pilots view.

03-02 SLOW Mode C 1 0 May be inoperative provided the FAST mode is


operative.

04-00 Pitot Heaters B 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft is not operated in known or
forecast icing conditions, and
b) IFR passenger carrying operations are
not conducted.

B 2 1 Right side may be inoperative for single pilot


operations.

05-00 Engine Lip Boot Heat C 2 0 May be inoperative provided the aircraft is not
operated in visible moisture at temperatures
less than 5 degrees Centigrade.

06-00 Propeller Deicing Systems C 2 0 May be inoperative provided Manual Propeller


(Automatic) Deice System is operative.

07-00 Propeller Deice Systems C 2 0 May be inoperative provided Automatic


(Manual) Propeller Deice System is operative.

C 2 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated in known or forecast icing conditions.
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30 ICE & RAIN
PROTECTION

08-00 Stall Warning/Angle Of Attack C 1 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not


Mounting Plate And Vane operated in known or forecast icing conditions.
Heater

09-00 Brake Deice System C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided Rudder Boost
is not affected.

10-00 Propeller/Inlet Deicer C 1 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not


Ammeter operated in known or forecast icing conditions.

30-09-00 – Brake Deice System (Maintenance Procedure)


a) Maintenance shall run up both engines to assure the rudder boost operates normally with differential power.
b) Maintenance will pull and tie-wrap circuit breaker labeled BRAKE DEICE on the co-pilot’s circuit breaker panel
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RECORDING
SYSTEMS

01-00 Clock With Sweep Second C 1 0 May be inoperative for VFR operations.
Hand Or Digital Clock

02-00 Flight Hour Recorder C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate


procedure to record time of operation.

03-00 Combustion Heater Hour C 0 0 Not Installed.


Meter

04-00 Flight Data Recorder (FDR) C 0 0 Not Installed.


System

05-00 Unassigned(---) Annunciators D 0 0 Not Installed.

06-00 Master Caution Annunciator C 0 0 Not Installed.


(C-99 only)

07-00 Master Warning Annunciator A 0 0 Not Installed.


(C-99 only)

08-00 Fault Master Annunciator A 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:


(Except C-99) a) Left side is operative for single pilot
operations, and
b) Repairs are made within one flight day.

31-02-00 – Flight Hour Recorder (Operations Procedure)


Flight crew shall record flights accurately by means of an accurate time piece and engine and airframe hours
recorded are to be entered in aircraft technical log.
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01-00 Landing Gear Position B 3 2 (O) One may be inoperative provided alternate
Indicating Lights procedures to verify all three Landing Gear are
DOWN and LOCKED prior to landing are
established and used

02-00 Gear Handle Lights B 2 1

03-00 Nose Steering Disconnect C 1 0 (M) May be inoperative provided:


Actuator a) Actuator is in the Steering Disconnect
Position,
b) Aircraft is not operated on contaminated
surfaces, and
c) Landing is limited to 25 knots crosswind or
less.
Do not disconnect nose steering rods

04-00 Parking Brake C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided a means for


preventing aircraft from moving when parked is
used.

05-00 Hydraulic Fluid Low C 1 0 May be inoperative provided Hydraulic


Annunciator Light Reservoir is visually checked for required fluid
level prior to each departure.

06-00 Landing Gear Control C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided the Landing
Downlock Solenoid Gear Control Downlock Release button is
operative.

32-01-00 – Landing Gear Position Indicating Lights (Operations Procedure)


The Pilot-In-Command will verify the landing gear position with the gear handle lights prior to each flight.
32-03-00 – Nose Steering Disconnect Actuator (Maintenance Procedure)
Maintenance shall secure actuator by pulling and banding the circuit breaker located on the RH circuit breaker
panel and ensure lock latch is operative.
32-04-00 – Parking Brake (Operations Procedure)
Flight crew shall ensure that aircraft is chocked when stopped or parked before they leave the flight deck
32-06-00 – Landing Gear Control Downlock Solenoid (Operations Procedure)
Flight crew shall ensure that down lock latch is operative by pressing down the red button placarded DN LOCK
REL and checking the down lock latch is checked for free movement.
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33 LIGHTS

01-00 Cockpit/ Flight Deck/ Flight C 3 2 Individual Lights may be inoperative provided
Compartment And remaining Lights are:
Instrument Lighting System 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.

02-00 Cabin Interior C 9 5 (O) May be inoperative provided lighting


configuration is adequate for passenger
evacuation.

03-00 Passenger Notice System C 2 0 (O) May be inoperative provided appropriate


(Fasten Seat Belts No verbal briefings are given to passengers.
Smoking Sign)

04-00 Anti-Collision Beacon B 2 0 May be inoperative for day operations.


Light System

05-00 Strobe Lights System C 0 0 Not Installed.

06-00 Landing Light System C 2 0 May be inoperative for day operations.

C 4 2 Any two Bulbs may be inoperative for night


operations.

07-00 Taxi Light C 1 0

33-02-00 – Cabin Interior (Operations Procedure)


Crews shall check to ensure at least 5 lights distributed throughout the cabin interior are operative prior to flight.
33-03-00 – Passenger Notice System (Operations Procedure)
Flight crewmember will brief passengers according to phase of flight.
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08-00 Position Lights C 3 0 May be inoperative for day operations.

09-00 Wing Ice Lights C 2 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated at night in forecast or known icing
conditions.

NOTE: AD 96-09-13.

10-00 Tail Flood Lights C 0 0 Not Installed.

11-00 Baggage Pod Light(s) D 2 0 NOTE: Any operative light may be used.

12-00 Nose Baggage Light(s) D 1 0


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01-00 Mechanical Gyroscopic Rate B 2 1 May be inoperative on right side provided SIC
Of Turn/Slip Skid Indicator pilot is not required.

B 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) IFR operations are not conducted, and
b) Passengers are not carried VFR over-the-
top or at night.

C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft is equipped with operative EFIS
system that provides Rate of Turn
indication, and
b) Standby Attitude Indicator is installed
and operative.

02-00 Mechanical Vertical Speed B 2 1 May be inoperative on right side.


Indicators

B 2 0 May be inoperative provided IFR passenger


carrying operations are not conducted.

C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft is equipped with operative EFIS
system that provides Vertical Speed
indication, and
b) Standby Attitude, Airspeed and Altitude
instruments are operative.

03-00 Flight Director C 0 0 Not Installed.


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34 NAVIGATION

04-00 Radar Altimeter C 1 0 (M)(O) May be inoperative provided:


a) Class A TAWS and/or GPWS are
considered inoperative,
b) TCAS II is considered inoperative,
c) Approach procedures do not require its
use, and
d) Alternate procedures are established and
used.

05-00 Weather Radar/ C 1 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not


Thunderstorm Detection operated around thunder storms
Equipment

05-01 Radar Antenna Stabilization C 0 0 Not Installed.

05-02 Windshear Detection and C 0 0 Not Installed.


Avoidance System
(Predictive)

06-00 ATC Transponders And C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


Automatic Altitude Reporting a) Enroute operations do not require its use,
Systems and
b) Prior to flight, approval is obtained from
ATC facilities having jurisdiction over the
planned route of flight.

D 2 1 Any in excess of those required by BASR may


be inoperative.

06-01 Elementary And Enhanced A 0 0 Not Installed.


Downlink Aircraft Reportable
Parameters Not Required By
BASR

06-02 ADS-B Squitter A 0 0 Not Installed.


Transmissions

34-04-00 – Radar Altimeter (Maintenance Procedure)


Maintenance will pull and tie-wrap circuit breaker labeled RAD ALT and placard same inoperative
34-04-00 – Radar Altimeter (Operations Procedure)
Flight crew will carry out verbal altitude call outs in reference to the Altimeter appropriate to the Approach used or
Terrain overflying
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34 NAVIGATION

06-03 Altitude Encoder C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Enroute operations do not require
transponder use, and
b) Prior to flight, approval is obtained from
ATC facilities having jurisdiction over the
planned route of flight.

07-00 Marker Beacon MOVED to Item 08-01-02, Revision 8.

08-00 Navigation Equipment

08-01 VOR/ILS System D 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:


a) Not required by BASR, and
b) Operations do not require its use.

C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Not required be BASR, and
b) Operations do not require its use.

-01 Glide Slope C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Not required be BASR, and
b) Operations do not require its use.

-02 Marker Beacon C 2 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Not required be BASR, and
b) Operations do not require its use.

08-02 Area Navigation (RNAV) C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


(Multi-Sensor, LORAN, a) Not required by BASR, and
and/or GPS) b) Operations do not require its use

NOTE: Systems identified as FMS may have a


variety of navigation signal sources. Relief for
RNAV functions and/or associated signal
sources of an FMS must be applied only to
FMS functions limited to navigation and not
affecting operation of other aircraft systems.
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34 NAVIGATION

08-02
-01 Navigation Databases C 1 0 (O) May be out of currency provided:
a) Current Aeronautical charts are used to
verify Navigation Fixes prior to each
departure,
b) Procedures are established and used to
verify status and suitability of Nav
Facilities used to define route of flight,
c) Approach Navigation radios are
manually tuned and identified, and
d) RNAV departures, RNAV arrivals,
instrument approaches and published
RNAV routes based on RNAV

08-03 Distance Measuring C 1 0 May be inoperative provided a suitable operative


Equipment (DME) RNAV system is available.

C 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not


require its use.

D 1 1

08-04 Automatic Direction Finder D 1 0 May be inoperative provided operations do not


(ADF) require its use.

08-05 Radio Magnetic Indicator D 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


(RMI) a) Magnetic Compass is operative, and
b) Any navigation source that is not
displayed on another indicator is
considered inoperative.

09-00 Altitude Alerter C 0 0 Not Installed.


System

09-01 Aural Alert C 0 0 Not Installed.

09-02 Visual Alert C 0 0 Not Installed.

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34-08-02-01 – Navigation Databases (Operations Procedure)


Flight Crew shall use current Aeronautical and Navigation Data (e.g. Jeppesen) to verify Navigation Fixes are current
and verify status of Navigation Facilities by reference to current NOTAMS prior to departure. Flight crew shall
manually tune and confirm station by its identifier.
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34 NAVIGATION

10-00 Angle Of Attack/Speed C 1 0


Control Indicator

11-00 Nonstabilized Magnetic B 1 0 May be inoperative provided any combination of


Compass three gyro, AHRS or Inertial Reference
stabilized compass systems are operative.

B 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Any combination of two gyro, AHRS or
Inertial Reference stabilized compass
Systems are operative, and
b) Aircraft is operated with dual independent
navigation 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.

12-00 Traffic Alert Collision B 0 0 Not Installed.


Avoidance System (TCAS I)

C 0 0 Not Installed.

13-00 Traffic Alert Collision B 0 0 Not Installed


Avoidance System (TCAS II)

13-01 Combined Traffic Alert (TA) C 0 0 Not Installed.


And Resolution Advisory
(RA) Dual Display

13-02 Resolution Advisory (RA) C 0 0 Not Installed.


Display System(s)

13-03 TA Display System(s) C 0 0 Not Installed.

13-04 Audio Functions B 0 0 Not Installed

13-05 Airspace Selection Function C 0 0 Not Installed.

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14-00 Traffic Information Service D 0 0 Not Installed.


(TIS)

15-00 Flight Instruments (Basic T


Instruments)

15-01 Mechanical Airspeed B 2 1 May be inoperative on the right side provided a


Indicators SIC pilot is not required.

B 1 0 Right side may be inoperative provided:


a) Aircraft is equipped with standby airspeed
indicator.
b) SIC pilot is not required.

15-02 Mechanical Gyroscopic B 2 1 May be inoperative on right side


Bank And Pitch Indicators provided:
(Attitude) a) Aircraft not operated with a SIC pilot,
b) Two independent power sources are
available to drive the left side Attitude
Indicator, and
c) Aircraft does not have an Electronic
Attitude Direction Indicator (EADI)
installed on left side.

B 1 0 May be inoperative on right side provided:


a) Aircraft not operated with a SIC pilot, and
b) Aircraft has an operative standby attitude
indicator.

B 1 0 May be inoperative on right side provided


aircraft is operated VFR only.

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34 NAVIGATION

15-00 Flight Instruments (Basic T


Instruments)
15-03 Mechanical Gyroscopic B 2 1 May be inoperative on right side provided:
Direction Indicators a) Aircraft is not operated with a SIC,
b) Magnetic Compass is operative, and
c) Two independent power sources are
available to drive the left Heading
Indicator.

B 1 0 May be inoperative on right side provided:


a) Aircraft is not operated with a SIC,
b) Magnetic compass is operative, and
c) Aircraft has operative approved standby
instruments for attitude, altitude and
airspeed.

B 1 0 May be inoperative on right side provided:


a) Aircraft not operated with a SIC,
b) Magnetic Compass is operative, and
c) Aircraft is operated VFR.

15-04 Mechanical Altimeter, B 2 1 May be inoperative on right side provided


Barometric Pressure Aircraft is not operated with a SIC pilot.
Adjustable

16-00 Terrain Awareness A 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


Warning System (TAWS) a) Alternate procedures are established and
/Ground Proximity Warning used, and
System (GPWS) (Class A b) Repairs are made within two flight days.
Or B TAWS Required By
BASR)

(Class C TAWS) Or D 0 0 Not Installed.


(GPWS Not Required By
BASR)

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34-16-00 – Terrain Awareness Warning System (Operations Procedure)
Flight crew shall adhere to Standard Operating Procedures by ensuring the non-flying pilot makes all necessary and
required call outs verbally corresponding to the flight stage.
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16-01 GPWS (BASR Required) A 0 0 Not Installed.

-01 Modes 1-4 (Class A TAWS A 0 0 Not Installed.


Required By BASR Modes 1
& 3 (Class B TAWS
Required BASR)

-02 Test Mode A 0 0 Not Installed.

-03 Glideslope Deviation (Mode C 0 0 Not Installed.


5) (Class A TAWS Required
By BASR
B 0 0 Not Installed.

Modes 2, 4 & 5 (Class B C 0 0 Not Installed.


TAWS Required By

-04 Advisory Callouts B 0 0 Not Installed.

C 0 0 Not Installed.

-05 Windshear Mode (Reactive) B 0 0 Not Installed.


(Class A TAWS Required
By BASR)

(Class A TAWS C 0 0 Not Installed.


Required By BASR)

(Class B TAWS Required C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate


By BASR) procedures are established and used.

16-02 Terrain System Forward B 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided alternate


Looking Terrain Avoidance procedures are established and used.
(FLTA) And Premature
Descent Alert (PDA)
Functions
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34-16-01-05 – Windshear Mode (Class B TAWS Required by BASR) (Operations Procedure)
Flight crew shall monitor ATC advisories. Non-flying pilot shall monitor airspeed during critical phase of flight and
advise of onset of windshear
34-16-01-05 – Windshear Mode (Class B TAWS Required by BASR) (Operations Procedure)
The non-flying pilot shall make all necessary & required altitude call outs corresponding to the flight stage
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16-03 Terrain Display(s) (Class A C 0 0 Not Installed.


TAWS Required By BASR)

(Class B TAWS Required By C 1 0


BASR)

16-04 Runway Awareness & C 0 0 Not Installed,


Advisory System (RAAS)

17-00 Standby Attitude C 0 0 Not Installed,


Indicator
B 0 0 Not Installed,

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35-01 Oxygen System C 0 0 Not Installed.


(Except C-99)
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36-01 Bleed Air Shutoff Instrument C 0 0 Not Installed.


Air (C-99 Only)
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37 VACUUM

01-00 Pneumatic Pressure C 1 0 May be inoperative provided aircraft is not


Gauge (Deice) operated in known or forecast icing conditions.
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SYSTEMS

01-00 Electronic Flight Bag C 0 0 Not Installed.


System (EFB)

01-01 Power Connection (Class 1 C 0 0 Not Installed.


& 2)

01-02 Mounting Device (Class 2) C 0 0 Not Installed.

01-03 Data Connectivity (Class 2) C 0 0 Not Installed.

02-00 XM Satellite Weather System D 0 0 Not Installed.


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52 DOORS

01-00 Cabin Door Warning C 1 0 (O) May be inoperative provided:


a) A flight crewmember confirms by visual
inspection that all doors are latched prior
to each departure, and
b) Passengers remain seated with Seatbelts
fastened for the entire flight.

02-00 Baggage Pod Door Warning C 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


Light a) All door latches are operative, and
b) A flight crewmember confirms by visual
inspection that the pod door is latched
prior to each departure.

03-00 Cockpit Hatch Handle B 1 0 May be inoperative provided:


a) Hatch is not used and remains closed,
b) A flight crewmember confirms that the
hatch is latched and secure prior to each
departure, and
c) An aft Exit is accessible to the flight crew
for normal and emergency use.

52-01-00 – Cabin Door Warning (Operations Procedure)


Flight crew will check security of the door by attempting to rotate the handle counter clockwise without depressing
the release button; the handle should not move. Lift the folded stairstep that is just below the door handle. Verify
that the safety lock arm is around the diaphragm shaft if arm is properly positioned, proceed to check the
indication.
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01-00 Propeller Synchronizer/ C 1 0


Synchrophaser System

02-00 Reverse Not Ready/Do-Not- C 1 0


Reverse Light

61-02-00 – Reverse Not Ready/ Do-Not-Reverse Light (Operations Procedure)


Flight crew will ensure Propeller Levers are in high RPM position prior to landing.
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73 ENGINE FUEL AND
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01-00 Fuel Flow Indicators C 2 1 One may be inoperative provided both Fuel
Quantity Indicators are operative and monitored.

02-00 Fuel Totalizer C 0 0


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77 ENGINE INDICATING

01-00 Tachometer Indicators DELETED, REVISION 3.


(Propeller RPM)
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79 ENGINE OIL

01-00 Oil Low Pressure Warning B 2 1 One may be inoperative provided:


Lights a) corresponding oil pressure and oil
temperature gauges are operating and
monitored and light will not be illuminated
for flight
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82 WATER INJECTION

01-00 Water Injection System C 0 0 Not Installed.


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