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Call sink rate missed approach procedure

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Call, “Sink rate.” MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURE Task/Initiation Cue PF PNF MAP and landing requirements not met, i.e. did not break out. Call, “Go around.” PF calls, “Going around.” Immediately apply maximum power and rotate to Go-Around pitch attitude. During pitch attitude change, call for flap retraction, as per aircraft AFM. Call, “Flaps___°” Select requested flap setting. Call, “Flaps ___° selected.” Monitor and call, “Flaps ___° indicated.” Positive rate of climb established Call, “Positive rate.” PNF calls, “Positive rate.” Verify positive rate. Call, “Gear up.” Select gear up. Call, “Gear selected up.” Monitor and call, “Gear indicated up.” PNF calls, “Gear indicated up.” State initial heading and altitude of missed approach procedure (published or as cleared by ATC). Verify PF altitude and heading callout. Call, “Check.” NBAA Safety Best Practices
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Safety Best Practices Manual Verify that missed approach altitude is set in the altitude alerter. Select the Nav source as directed/briefed by PF (FMS, VOR, etc.). Call, “After Takeoff check” when conditions permit. Communicate with ATC. Complete After Takeoff check. NOTE: The PNFs’ primary responsibility during execution of the missed approach procedure shall be to assist the PF and to monitor the aircraft. ATC communications should be accomplished as soon as practical, but should not interfere with this primary responsibility. LANDING ROLL Task/Initiation Cue PF PNF Aircraft on the ground Activate spoilers and thrust. Call, “Spoilers deployed, two reverser(s),” as applicable. Call, “Reverser(s) deployed,” as applicable. At 70 KIAS Call, “70 knots.” PNF calls, “70 knots” Begin stowing of reverser(s) per AFM. Monitor Stowing AFTER LANDING CHECK Task/Initiation Cue PF PNF Clear of active runway or upon completion of a 180º turn. Call, “After Landing check.” Complete After Landing checklist. Call, “After Landing check complete.” SHUTDOWN CHECK Task/Initiation Cue PF PNF Aircraft parked on ramp. Call, “Shutdown check.” Complete Shutdown checklist. Call, “Shutdown check complete.” POST-FLIGHT CHECK (PILOT) If a post-flight inspection will not be accomplished by Department maintenance personnel after the completion of the last flight of the day, the Trip Captain, or designee, shall conduct a walk-around check of the aircraft, noting any oil or fuel leaks, abnormal wear or damage to the aircraft. Any discrepancies found during this walk-around are to be listed in the AML. The Trip Captain will notify Maintenance if there is any question as to the airworthiness status of the aircraft. FLIGHT CREW DEBRIEFINGS In order to continuously evaluate and improve Department flight operations procedures and enhance interpersonal skills, crewmembers should conduct post-flight debriefings after each flight. The debriefings should include all crewmembers of the flight, as practical, and be discussed from the self-discovery perspective, i.e. “I think I could have performed better during that high workload situation by distributing tasks more evenly.” STANDARDIZATION FLIGHTS (PILOTS) NBAA Safety Best Practices
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