13. Oil pressure Check.
14. GEN switch RESET, then ON.
15. Engine cleanup Perform if engine restart
16. CABIN TEMP MODE switch As
17. Electrical equipment As required.
18. Propellers Synchronized.
19. POWER As required.
If N1 is below 12%, starting temperatures
tend to be higher than normal. To preclude
over-temperature (1000ºC or above) during
periodically move the CONDITION lever
into FUEL CUTOFF position as necessary.
9-12. SINGLE-ENGINE DESCENT/ARRIVAL.
Approximately 85% N1, is required to
maintain pressurization schedule.
Perform the following procedure prior to the
descent for landing:
1. Cabin pressurization controller Set.
2. CABIN signs As required.
3. ICE PROTECTION
4. Altimeters Set.
5. RECOG lights On.
6. Arrival briefing Complete (refer to
Chapter 8 Section VI).
9-13. SINGLE-ENGINE BEFORE LANDING.
1. CABIN signs switch NO SMOKE &
2. BRAKE DEICE switch OFF.
3. ENGINE ANTI-ICE R /ICE VANE T3 F3
4. PROP lever As required.
During approach, propeller should be set
at 2000 RPM.
5. FLAPS (below 200 KIAS) APPROACH.
6. GEAR (below 181 KIAS) DN/Confirm.
7. LANDING/TAXI LIGHTS As required.
9-14. SINGLE-ENGINE LANDING CHECK.
characteristics, the propeller control shall
be in the HIGH RPM position.
Perform the following procedure during final
approach to runway:
1. AP & YD Disengage.
2. GEAR DOWN lights Check.
3. PROP lever (operative engine) HIGH
9-15. SINGLE-ENGINE GO-AROUND.
The decision to go around must be made as
early as possible. Elevator forces at the start of the
go-around are very high, and a considerable amount
of rudder control will also be required at low airspeeds.
Re-trim as required. If rudder application is
insufficient, or applied too slowly, directional control
cannot be maintained. If control difficulties are
experienced, reduce power on the operating engine
immediately. Ensure the aircraft will not touch the
ground before retracting the landing gear. Retract the
flaps only as safe airspeed permits. Maintain flaps in
the takeoff position until Vref, then retract to UP.
Perform single-engine go-around as follows:
Once flaps are fully extended, a single-
engine go-around may not be possible
when close to ground under conditions of
high gross weights and/or high density
1. POWER As required.
2. GEAR UP.
3. FLAPS APPROACH.
4. FLAPS (105 KIAS) UP.