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  • Question ID: 711344 and 711439 (Icing conditions)

    Hello everyone,
    I think this answer is wrong. It should be Part B.

    EASA LO: 071 02 02 02 "State that flight in known icing conditions is subject to limitations found in Part B of the Operations Manual."

  • #2
    Procedures in Part A, Limitations in Part B. The answer gives more detail than the LO - it is a copy out of EASA OPS.

    Tom

    OPERATIONS MANUAL
    AMC3 ORO.MLR.100 Operations manual - general
    CONTENTS - CAT OPERATIONS
    (a) The OM should contain at least the following information, where applicable, as relevant for thearea and type of operation:

    A GENERAL/BASIC
    8.2.4 De-icing and anti-icing on the ground. A description of the de-icing and anti-icing policy and procedures for aircraft on the ground. These should include descriptions of the types and effects of icing and other contaminants on aircraft whilst stationary, during ground movements and during take-off. In addition, a description of the fluid types used should be given, including the following:
    (a) proprietary or commercial names,
    (b) characteristics,
    (c) effects on aircraft performance,
    (d) hold-over times,
    (e) precautions during usage.

    8.3.8 Adverse and potentially hazardous atmospheric conditions. Procedures for operating in, and/or avoiding, adverse and potentially hazardous atmospheric conditions, including the following:
    (a) thunderstorms,
    (b) icing conditions,
    (c) turbulence,
    (d) windshear,
    (e) jet stream,
    (f) volcanic ash clouds,
    (g) heavy precipitation,
    (h) sand storms,
    (i) mountain waves,
    (j) significant temperature inversions.

    B AIRCRAFT OPERATING MATTERS - TYPE RELATED
    4.1.1 Supplementary data covering flights in icing conditions. Any certified performance related to an allowable configuration, or configuration deviation, such as anti-skid inoperative.
    4.1.2 If performance data, as required for the appropriate performance class, arenot available in the AFM, then other data should be included. The OM may contain cross-reference to the data contained in the AFM where such data are not likely to be used often or in an emergency.
    4.2 Additional performance data for aeroplanes. Additional performance data, where applicable, including the following:
    (a) all engine climb gradients,
    (b) drift-down data,
    (c) effect of de-icing/anti-icing fluids,
    (d) flight with landing gear down,
    (e) for aircraft with 3 or more engines, one-engine-inoperative ferry flights,
    (f) flights conducted under the provisions of the configuration deviation list (CDL).

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    • #3
      Hello,
      Thank you for answering

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