Condition lever LOW IDLE.
Power As required (after TGT peaks)
Generator RESET, then ON.
Propeller synchrophaser As required.
Electrical equipment As required.
Condition lever HIGH IDLE.
9-11. MAXIMUM GLIDE.
In the event of failure of both engines, maximum gliding
distance is obtained by feathering both propellers to
appropriate airspeed with the gear and flaps up. Figure
9-2 gives the approximate gliding distances in relation to
altitude. The procedures to follow in the event of failure
of both engines is as follows:
Landing gear UP.
Wing flaps UP.
restarting first and second failed
feathering second engine propeller.
Airspeed As required (fig. 9-2).
9-12. SINGLE ENGINE DESCENT/ARRIVAL.
Perform the following procedure prior to the final
descent for landing:
Cabin controller Set.
Ice & rain switches As required.
Exterior lights On.
Radio altimeter As required.
Altimeters Set to current altimeter setting.
Flare/chaff dispenser safety pin (electronic-
Arrival briefing Complete.
When landing with one engine
inoperative, maintain airspeed at a
minimum of Vyse until landing is
assured. A go-around after flaps are
fully extended may not be possible.
9-13. SINGLE ENGINE BEFORE LANDING.
Propeller lever HIGH RPM.
Landing lights As required.
Yaw damp Off.
Brake deice Off.
9-14. SINGLE ENGINE LANDING CHECK.
Perform the following procedure during final approach to
Autopilot/yaw damp Disengaged.
Gear down lights Check.
Propeller lever (operative engine) HIGH
characteristics, the propeller control
must be in the HIGH RPM position.
9-15. SINGLE ENGINE GO-AROUND.
Power Maximum allowable.
Landing gear UP.
Landing lights OFF.
9-16. TWO ENGINES INOPERATIVE/OFF AIRFIELD
With propellers feathered, there
is less drag and the aircraft will
have a tendency to overshoot the
planned touchdown point.
When landing on rough terrain or
unprepared surfaces, the landing
gear will absorb landing energy
during touchdown, if extended.
Select landing gear up or down as best suits the