CHAIRMAN:__________________________ DATE:  October 4, 1994

                         HERBERT J. MEADOWCROFT

         CHAIRMAN, FOKKER 28/70/100 FLIGHT STANDARDIZATION BOARD

                                 LGB-AEG

         APPROVED BY:__________________________ DATE: October 11, 1994

                             W. CARL MALONE

          ACTING MANAGER, LONG BEACH AIRCRAFT EVALUATION GROUP

                                 LGB-AEG


Fokker 28, 70, and 100 FSB Report                        October 4, 1994

                                CONTENTS

   PART I -    FOKKER 100 TRAINING, CHECKING, AND CURRENCY REQUIREMENTS

   SECTION                                                         PAGES

REVISION RECORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    3

HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    4

1    PURPOSE AND APPLICABILITY  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    5

2    PILOT "TYPE RATING" REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    8

3    "MASTER COMMON REQUIREMENTS" (MCRs)  . . . . . . . . . . . . .    9

4    "MASTER DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS" (MDRs)  . . . . . . . . . . .   10

5    ACCEPTABLE "OPERATOR DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS" (ODRs) TABLES  .   11

6    FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR TRAINING  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   12

7    FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CHECKING  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   16

8    FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CURRENCY  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   19

9    FAR 91 AND 121 OPERATING RULES COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST  . . . . .   20

10   FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR DEVICES AND SIMULATORS  . . . . . . . .   22

11   APPLICATION OF FSB REPORT  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   23

12   ALTERNATE MEANS OF COMPLIANCE  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   24

13   MISCELLANEOUS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   24

APPENDICES  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   25

     Appendix 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   26

          MASTER DIFFERENCES REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . .   27

          DIFFERENCE LEVELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   29

     Appendix 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   30

          OPERATOR DIFFERENCES REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . .   31

          SAMPLE OPERATOR DIFFERENCES REQUIREMENTS TABLE  . . . . .   32

     Appendix 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   36

          RECOMMENDED FOKKER 70/100 TRAINING PROGRAMS . . . . . . .   37

     Appendix 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   38

          FOKKER 28 MK 0100 COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST  . . . . . . . . .   39

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                                CONTENTS

   PART I -    FOKKER 100 TRAINING, CHECKING, AND CURRENCY REQUIREMENTS

   SECTION                                                         PAGES

               FAR 91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   39

               FAR 121  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   41

          FOKKER 28 MK 0070 COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST  . . . . . . . . .   48

               FAR 91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   48

               FAR 121  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   50

     Appendix 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   57

          Noise Abatement Profile (NAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   58

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                             REVISION RECORD

REVISION NO.        SECTION              PAGE #s            DATE

Original            ALL                 ALL                 11/21/91

1                   ALL                 ALL                 09/30/94

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                          HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGES

Revision 1 is a complete revision of the Fokker 28 All Models Flight

Standardization Board (FSB) report.  All pages have been edited to some

extent.

The purpose of the Revision has been to include the Fokker 28 MK 0070

(Fokker 70) in the report.  Essentially the Fokker 70 is a shortened

version of the Fokker 100.  Hardware changes are not readily evident to

the flight crew.  The result is the Fokker 70 has been given the same

Pilot Type Rating as the Fokker 100 (FK-100) and differences training

established as level A.

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1  PURPOSE AND APPLICABILITY

   1.1  This FSB report specifies FAA master training, checking, and

        currency requirements applicable to crews operating all models

        of the Fokker 28 aircraft under FAR 121.  This report also

        addresses certain issues regarding the operations of Fokker 28

        aircraft models other than under FAR 121 (eg. Pilot Type

        Rating).  Provisions of the report include:

        1.1.1  Defining pilot "type rating(s)" assigned to variants of

               Fokker 28 and Fokker 100 Series aircraft,

        1.1.2  Describing "Master Common Requirements" (MCRs) for

               applicable to all Fokker 28 and Fokker 100 aircraft,

        1.1.3  Describing "Master Differences Requirements" (MDRs) for

               crews requiring differences qualification for mixed-

               fleet-flying or transition,

        1.1.4  Providing examples of acceptable "Operator Difference

               Requirement (ODR)" Tables, if available,

        1.1.5  Describing acceptable training program and device

               characteristics necessary to establish compliance with

               pertinent MDRs.

   1.2  This report also provides:

        1.2.1  Minimum requirements which must be applied by FAA field

               offices, (eg. MCRs, MDRs, Type Rating designations,

               etc.),

        1.2.2  Information which is advisory in nature, but may be

               mandatory for particular operators if the designated

               configurations apply and if approved for that operator

               (eg. MDR footnotes, acceptable ODR Tables), and

        1.2.3  Information which is used to facilitate FAA review of an

               aircraft type or variant proposed for use by an operator.

NOTE:   Various sections within the report are qualified as to whether

        compliance (considering the provisions of AC 120-53), is

        required or is advisory in nature.

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   1.3  This report addresses all Fokker 28 variant models including: Mk

        1000, Mk 2000, Mk 3000, Mk 4000, Mk 070 and Mk 0100 models.

        Refer to FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet ABBE.

   1.4  In this report the Fokker 28 Mk 1000, Fokker 28 Mk 2000,

        Fokker 28 Mk 3000, and Fokker 28 Mk 4000 are referred to as the

        "Fokker 28".  The Fokker 28 Mk 0100 is referred to as the

        "Fokker 100".  The Fokker 28 Mk 0070 is referred to as the

        "Fokker 70" and is a variant of the "Fokker 100".

   1.5  This report supersedes the Original FSB Report relative to the

        Fokker 28 Mk 1000, Mk 2000, Mk 3000, Mk 4000 and Fokker 28 Mk

        0100.  This revision includes the Fokker 28 MK 0070 model

        aircraft.  Provisions of this report are effective until,

        amended, superseded, or withdrawn by subsequent FSB

        determinations.

   1.6  Terminology.

        The term "must" is used in this report and certain MDR footnotes

        even though it is recognized that this FSB report, and the

        Advisory Circular AC 120-53 on which it is based, provides one

        acceptable means, but not necessarily the only means of

        compliance with FAR 121 Subpart N and O requirements.  This

        terminology acknowledges the need for operators to fully comply

        with this FSB report MDR and ODR provisions, if AC-121-xx is to

        be used by the operator as the means of complying with FAR 121.

        Operators who choose this method must comply with each

        applicable MDR provision including footnotes.

   1.7  Acronyms

        Acronyms relevant to the Fokker 100 are defined as follow:

        AAE    Above Airport Elevation

        AFCAS  Automatic Flight Control and Augmentation System

        AFM    Airplane Flight Manual

        AHARS  Attitude Heading and Reference System

        AP     AutoPilot

        ART    Automatic Reserve Thrust

        AT     AutoThrottle

        ATS    AutoThrottle System

        EFIS   Electronic Flight Instrument System

        EPR    Engine Pressure Ratio

        FMS    Flight Management System

        FWS    Flight Warning System

        GPWS   Ground Proximity Warning System

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        IRS    Inertial Reference System

        MFDU   Multi-Function Display Unit

        NAP    Noise Abatement Profile

        NEPR   Noise Abatement EPR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2  PILOT "TYPE RATING" REQUIREMENTS

   2.1  The Fokker 28 Mk 1000, Mk 2000, Mk 3000 and Mk 4000 (Fokker 28)

        pilot type rating has previously been established as "FK-28".

   2.2  The Fokker 28 Mk 0100 (Fokker 100) Pilot Type Rating has

        previously been established as "FK-100".

   2.3  The Fokker 28 Mk 0070 (Fokker 70) Pilot Type Rating has been

        established as a same Type Rating with the Fokker 100 as

        "FK-100".

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3  "MASTER COMMON REQUIREMENTS" (MCRs).

   3.1  Minimum Altitude For Autopilot Use During Non Precision

        Approaches. (FAR 121.579)

        For Fokker 100 variants, an autopilot may be used at or above

        500 feet AGL.

   3.2  Landing Minima Categories. (FAR 97.3)

        All variants of the Fokker 28 and Fokker 100 are Category C for

        all approaches, both straight in and circling.

   3.3  No Flap Approach

        Demonstration of No Flap Approach is required for all variants

        of the Fokker 28 and Fokker 100.

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4  "MASTER DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS" (MDRs)

   4.1  MDR Tables (Page 27).

        Requirements for particular Fokker 28 and Fokker 100 Variant

        Combinations are shown in Appendix 1.  These provisions apply

        when differences between variants exist which affect crew

        knowledge, skills, or abilities (eg. Level A or greater

        differences).

   4.2  MDR Footnotes (Page 27).

        Footnotes to MDR requirements define acceptable "required means"

        of compliance.  A footnote can indicate requirements that are

        less restrictive than the basic designation, or more restrictive

        than the basic designation depending on the significance of the

        differences between particular variants.

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5  ACCEPTABLE "OPERATOR DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS" (ODRs) TABLES

   5.1  ODR Tables.

        5.1.1  ODR Tables are to be developed by each individual

               operator.  Sample tables for operators conducting mixed

               fleet operations are shown, if available, in Appendix 2.

               These ODR Tables are provided as samples and do not

               include all possible combinations.

        5.1.2  Fokker 70 vs 100 Operator Differences Tables are

               available in Appendix 2 (Page 31).

   5.2  Distribution of FAA Approved ODR Tables.

        Distribution of the FAA Approved ODR Tables should be as

        follows:  Original FAA approved ODR Tables are to be retained by

        the operator;  Copies of FAA approved ODR Tables are to be

        retained by the Certificate Holding District Office (CHDO) and

        provided to the Fokker 28 and Fokker 100 Flight Standards Board

        (FSB) Chairman, Long Beach Aircraft Evaluation Group, LGB-AEG.

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6  FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR TRAINING

   6.1  General.

        6.1.1  The provisions of this Section of the report apply to

               programs for experienced airmen (eg. airmen having

               previous experience in FAR 121 air carrier operations,

               former military, commuter or corporate pilots with

               turbine powered aircraft experience).  For airmen not

               having such experience additional requirements may be

               necessary as determined by the operators POI, FSB and

               AFS-200.

        6.1.2  Training programs for any one Fokker 28 or Fokker 100

               variant alone are already approved.  Principals

               Inspectors of operators initially introducing a Fokker 28

               or Fokker 100 may approve programs consistent with

               programs approved for any one variant (eg. an operator

               introducing a fleet of Fokker 28 Mk 4000s with no

               differences between any of the individual aircraft).

               a)  When such programs are approved, operators should be

                   aware that if variants are to be added or differences

                   are to be introduced, that ODR table development and

                   FAA approval is necessary prior to operation of those

                   aircraft with differences.

               b)  For information regarding previously approved,

                   programs, FAA Principal Inspectors of other existing

                   Fokker 28 or Fokker 100 operators may be consulted.

                   In the event of uncertainty regarding evaluation of a

                   proposed program, the Fokker 28 and Fokker 100 FSB

                   chairman should be consulted.

        6.1.3  Fokker 28 or Fokker 100 Mixed Fleet Programs.

               Programs with more than one variant of Fokker 28, more

               than one variant of Fokker 100, or combinations of Fokker

               28 and Fokker 100s require differences training programs

               meeting criteria specified by MDR tables, or have

               alternate approval as prescribed by Section 12 of this

               report.

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        6.1.4  Fokker 100 Automatic Landings.

               If an operator conducts automatic landings in the Fokker

               100 then appropriate training must occur.  This training

               must be conducted either in a Fokker 100 Simulator or in

               the airplane.  The Fokker 70 is not certified for

               Automatic landings.

        6.1.5  Fokker 100 Thrust Cutback for Noise Abatement.

               The Noise Abatement Profile (NAP) takeoff procedure for

               John Wayne Airport is different from the normal takeoff

               procedure and subject to different aircraft limitations.

               Proficiency in use of the NAP mode is required prior to

               conducting operations into John Wayne Airport.  The NAP

               mode is limited to use only at John Wayne Airport.  Crews

               operating into John Wayne Airport must demonstrate

               proficiency in NAP operations during each Recurrent

               Training Period (See Appendix 5, Page 58).

   6.2  Initial, Transition and Upgrade Training.

        6.2.1  Pilots Initial, Upgrade and Transition Ground Training is

               accomplished in accordance with FAR 121.419 and SFAR 58,

               Advanced Qualification Program (AQP).  When more than one

               variant is to be flown or transition from one variant to

               another is to be accomplished, appropriate instructions

               in systems differences will be required for each variant

               that is consistent with MDR provisions.

        6.2.2  Pilots Initial, Upgrade and Transition Flight Training is

               accomplished in accordance with FAR 121.424 and SFAR 58

               (AQP).  When this flight training and practice is

               accomplished, and several variants are to be flown,

               flight training is to suitably address each variant.

        6.2.3  Training program hours may be reduced as specified in FAR

               121.405, but may not be reduced to a level that is less

               than that set forth in the MDR Tables (Page 27).

   6.3  Differences Training (FAR 121.418).

        6.3.1  Unless an initial or transition program is completed for

               each variant, differences training is necessary for each

               variant as shown in the MDR.  A training program

               addressing pertinent differences described by individual

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               operator ODRs, including normal, non-normal, and

               emergency operations, is required for each variant flown.

               Samples of acceptable ODR Tables are available only for

               Fokker 70/100 differences (Page 31).

               a)  The differences programs for a mixed fleet assume a

                   trainee has completed Initial, Upgrade or Transition

                   Training for the other variant.

               b)  Coverage of differences may be completed coincident

                   either with each phase of Initial, Upgrade or

                   Transition Training, or following completion of that

                   training.

        6.3.2  Differences Ground Training in the topics applicable to

               the pertinent variant and shown by the sample ODR Tables

               (If available) or the equivalent is required.

        6.3.3  Differences Flight Training in the topics and maneuvers

               applicable to the pertinent variant and shown by the

               sample ODR Tables (If available) is required.  When such

               maneuvers are accomplished, the objective is to develop

               both individual airman and crew knowledge of systems and

               procedural skills necessary to safely operate the variant

               aircraft.

        6.3.4  Fleets with subtle differences between variants may

               require additional attention to ensure that habits do not

               lead to inappropriate or delayed crew response.  Examples

               of such subtle differences include the use of similar

               controls or indicators which respond in different ways,

               avionics which have "mode selection" or logic switching

               differences that may not be obvious, or procedural

               related differences that could be easily confused between

               variants (i.e. reverse thrust use).  Even though not

               explicitly addressed by MDRs, a minimum level of A/-/B is

               designated for such differences.

   6.4  Recurrent Training.

        6.4.1  Recurrent Training must include appropriate training in

               accordance with FAR 121.427 for each variant.  Recurrent

               training must be in accordance with the items and levels

               specified by MDR and ODR tables for initial differences

               training.

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        6.4.2  Recurrent Flight Training requires appropriate maneuvers

               and procedures identified in FAR 121 Appendix E.

               Maneuvers and procedures addressed must account for each

               variant operated.  ODR table provisions identify

               differences in maneuvers or procedures between variants

               which must be addressed in the operators recurrent

               program.

   6.5  Other Training.

        6.5.1  LOFT Limitations, FAR 121.427(d)(2).

               When operators have LOFT programs and several variants,

               POIs should review LOFT credits to assure suitability for

               each variant.  If simulators used for LOFT have

               differences from the variants actually flown, LOFT

               credits should be reduced or eliminated if such

               differences are determined to have a significant adverse

               effect on the effectiveness of LOFT.

        6.5.2  Flight Engineer training is not applicable to variants of

               Fokker 28 or Fokker 100 aircraft.

        6.5.3  Flight Navigator Training is not applicable to variants

               of Fokker 28 or Fokker 100 aircraft.

        6.5.4  Due to similarities in cabin configuration, Flight

               Attendants may be jointly qualified in all variants

               (Fokker 28 and Fokker 100).  Such qualification, however,

               must address any differences in doors, slides,

               communication, and emergency equipment when common

               qualification applies.

        6.5.5  Principal Inspectors assure that operators have complied

               with FAR 121.422, (Dispatcher Training).  Dispatchers may

               be simultaneously qualified in all variants, however,

               they must be trained to suitably address all differences

               (performance, procedures, inoperative equipment, approach

               category, etc.) appropriate to the operators aircraft.

               Records should be kept for each variant on which each

               dispatcher is qualified.

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7  FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CHECKING

   7.1  General.

        7.1.1  Checking specified by FAR 61 Appendix A and FAR 121

               Appendix F apply to all variants.  For FAR 121, checking

               items are accomplished as specified by MDRs and ODRs.

        7.1.2  The following areas of emphasis should be addressed

               during checks as necessary:

               a)  Proficiency with manual and automatic flight in

                   normal, non-normal and emergency situations must be

                   demonstrated.  The use of manual modes (Manual

                   approaches) and backup equipment must be demonstrated

                   at each proficiency check by all crewmembers.

               b)  When noise abatement procedures other than AC 91-53

                   are used (for example, the NAP Takeoff Function)

                   proper execution and approved procedure should be

                   observed.

               c)  No variants have been approved for Extended Range

                   Operations with Two Engine Airplanes (ETOPS) in

                   accordance with AC 120-42A.

        7.1.3  No Flap Approaches

               Checking in No Flap Approaches is conducted in accordance

               with the provisions of paragraph 3.3.

   7.2  Type Ratings.

        7.2.1  Unless otherwise specified by ODR Tables, the oral

               portion of a type rating practical test need only address

               the variant(s) to be flown.

        7.2.2  Airmen completing the necessary type rating practical

               test of FAR 61 Appendix A in a model of either Fokker 28

               or Fokker 100 variant may be issued the respective

               "FK-28" or "FK-100" pilot type rating for that variant.

               a)  Before airmen serve as Pilot-in Command (PIC) under

                   FAR 121 in a variant other than that in which a type

                   rating practical test was completed, differences

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                   completed.  Operators qualifying aircrews in one or

                   more variants, and who conduct the "interior and

                   exterior visual preflight inspection" portion of

                   practical tests under provisions of ATA Exemption

                   4416 (as amended), may apply provisions of that

                   exemption to Fokker 28 or Fokker 100 variants.

               b)  Where crewmembers fly several variants and

                   differences such as in location of doors, exits, or

                   emergency equipment exist, operators should account

                   for those differences in a manner acceptable to the

                   FAA when applying provisions of Exemption 4416.

        7.2.3  When possible, a practical test for an applicant

               intending to operate under FAR 91 or 125 should be

               conducted in a variant of the same mark series as that

               intended to be flown.  In the event it is not possible or

               practical, or where a Fk-28 or Fk-100 Type Rating is

               sought and no specific operation is intended, the test

               may be conducted using any variant for the Type Rating

               sought.  In this instance, and following a successful

               test, the applicant should be advised of the desirability

               of completing subsequent differences training if other

               variants are to be flown.  The inspector should recommend

               that at least one of the following provisions be met

               prior to serving as PIC of a different variant than the

               one in which the original test was accomplished:

               a)  Completion of differences qualification in accordance

                   with, or equivalent to, that specified for FAR 121

                   (e.g. compliance with MDRs),

               b)  Completion of a check in accordance with FAR 61.58

                   completed in the variant(s) to be flown, or

               c)  Completion of a proficiency check in accordance with

                   or equivalent to that specified by FAR 121, a check

                   conducted by a US military service or other

                   equivalent check in an aircraft or the variant Mark

                   series to be flown.

   7.3  Proficiency Checks.

        7.3.1  Proficiency Checks are administered as designated in FAR

               121.441 and FAR 121 Appendix F for a particular Fokker 28

               or Fokker 100 variant.

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        7.3.2  For mixed-fleet-flying of Fokker 28 and Fokker 100

               variants, Level E Proficiency Checks for "Pilots Who

               Serve in More Than One Aircraft" apply.

   7.4  Operating Experience (AC 120-53 or FAR 121.434).

        Unless otherwise authorized in accordance with provisions of

        this FSB report and approved ODR tables, Operating Experience

        required by FAR 121.434 applies separately to each "FK-28" or

        "FK-100" variant group.

   7.5  Qualifications of FAA Inspectors of Check Airmen.

        For the purpose of airman certification, FAA Inspectors, Aircrew

        Program Designees (APDs), or Check Airmen should have completed

        appropriate qualification for the variant(s) to be flown.

        Separate qualification and currency is required for the Fokker

        28 and Fokker 100 variant groups.  No pilot should be designated

        as a check airman until he complies with the provisions of FAR

        121.652.

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8  FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CURRENCY

   8.1  Currency (Recent Experience) FAR 121.439.

        8.1.1  Unless otherwise approved through ODR tables, currency

               required by FAR 121.439 is to be addressed separately for

               each "FK-28" and "FK-100" variant as specified in the MDR

               Tables.

        8.1.2  Any currency method approved requires some means for the

               operator and the FAA to assess the level of compliance,

               in order to assure that crewmembers are meeting currency

               objectives.

   8.2  Methods For Re-establishing Currency.

        8.2.1  At level B, currency is re-established by crewmember

               review of pertinent materials per the operator's

               guidelines unless the crewmember is also due for a

               Proficiency Check or recurrent training when differences

               requalification would be accomplished by:

               a)  Satisfying the same MDRs and ODRs as for initial

                   differences qualification, or

               b)  Completing the provisions of paragraph 6.4 or

                   paragraph 7.3 of this report.

        8.2.2  At level C, currency is re-established in flight with a

               qualified check airman or a demonstration of proficiency

               in a Level C or greater device, or completing the

               provisions of paragraph 6.4 or paragraph 7.3 of this

               report.

        8.2.3  At other levels, currency is re-established as provided

               in AC 120-53.

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9  FAR 91 AND 121 OPERATING RULES COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST

   9.1  A compliance checklist has been completed for the Fokker 28 Mk

        0100.  The Compliance Checklist for the Fokker 28 Mk 0100 in

        Appendix 4 (Page 39) reflects the status of the prototype flown

        by the FSB.  This aircraft was Serial Number 11242 under Dutch

        registration PH-MKH.

        9.1.1  Forward Observer Seat.

               The Forward Observer Seat, shown to the FSB, for the U.S.

               certificated Fokker 100 models satisfies the requirement

               of FAR 121.581.  Adequate oxygen equipment and an

               independent audio control panel are to be provided.

        9.1.2  Emergency Evacuation for the Fokker 100 configuration has

               successfully been demonstrated (See paragraph 9.1.3).

               Accordingly, an FAR 121.291 full scale evacuation is not

               necessary for aircraft configurations consistent with

               previously approved tests.  Passenger capacity less than

               or equal to the previously demonstrated capacity of 109,

               and cabin crew complement greater than or equal to 3 may

               be authorized.  A mini-evacuation is required for any

               Fokker 100 variant.

        9.1.3  The following Conclusion is quoted from the Fokker B.V.

               report number "FS-28-48:

               "Evacuation demonstrations have been carried out on the

               F28 Mk 0100.  Initially, two partial demonstrations were

               conducted to certify the aircraft for a maximum seating

               capacity of 85.  Later, and to certify the aircraft for

               higher passenger seating capacities, full-scale

               demonstrations were performed.  A passenger seating

               capacity of 109 was successfully demonstrated in 80

               seconds, officially witnessed by airworthiness

               authorities from France, the Netherlands, the United

               Kingdom and the United States of America".

        9.1.4  Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR).

               The Fokker 100 Cockpit Voice Recorder meets the

               requirements of FAR 121.359(a) provided the CVR is

               switched ON before starting the first checklist on each

               flight.

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        9.1.5  Landing Gear Warning Horn.

               Fokker has shown that the Landing Gear Warning Horn meets

               the requirements of FAR 121.289 as well as FAR 25.

   9.2  A compliance checklist has been completed for the Fokker 28 Mk

        070.  The Compliance Checklist for the Fokker 28 Mk 070 in

        Appendix 5 (Page 48) reflects the status of the prototype flown

        by the FSB.  This aircraft was Serial Number 11521 under Dutch

        registration PH-MKS.

        9.2.1  Landing Gear Warning Horn.

               Fokker has shown that the Landing Gear Warning Horn meets

               the requirements of FAR 121.289 as well as FAR 25.

        9.2.2  Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR).

               The Fokker 100 Cockpit Voice Recorder meets the

               requirements of FAR 121.359(a) provided the CVR is

               switched ON before starting the first checklist on each

               flight.

        9.2.3  Forward Observer Seat.

               The Forward Observer Seat, shown to the FSB, for the U.S.

               certificated Fokker 100 models satisfies the requirement

               of FAR 121.581.  Adequate oxygen equipment and an

               independent audio control panel are to be provided.

        9.2.4  Evacuation Demonstration

   9.3  A checklist has not been provided for the Fokker 28 Mk 1000, Mk

        2000, Mk 3000, and Mk 4000 since these aircraft were formerly

        approved for FAR 121 service.

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10 FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR DEVICES AND SIMULATORS

   10.1 Device And Simulator Characteristics

        Device and Simulator characteristics pertinent to variants are

        as designated in AC 120-53, except as described below:

        10.1.1 A "Level D" device or aircraft is required for FMS

               training and checking.  A portion of the FMS training may

               be accomplished with the use of a suitably equipped

               "Level C" FMS training device.

   10.2 Aircraft, Simulator And Device Compatibility (Ref. FAR 121.407).

        10.2.1 When variants are flown in mixed fleets, the combination

               of simulators and devices used to satisfy MDR and ODR

               provisions must match specific variants of the aircraft

               flown in service by that operator.  The acceptability of

               differences between devices, simulators, and aircraft

               must be addressed by the Principal Inspector.

        10.2.2 A simulator configured as a Fokker 100 is acceptable for

               use in Fokker 70 training provided simulator differences

               instruction is provided before the student flies the

               aircraft.  The FSB has found "A" level differences for

               instruction.

   10.3 Device Approvals

        Requests for device approval should be made to the Principal

        Inspector.  If device characteristics clearly meet established

        FAA criteria and have been approved by the National Simulator

        Evaluation Team (NSET), the Principal inspector may approve

        those devices for that carrier.  Where devices do not clearly

        satisfy a given difference level POIs should request advice from

        the FSB Chairman, NSET or AFS-200.

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11 APPLICATION OF FSB REPORT

   11.1 Operators with any One Variant (no differences).

        Apply relevant parts of this report (for example, Type rating

        designation, checking maneuvers related to FAR 121, etc.)

        following the effective date of this report.

   11.2 Operators with a Mixed Fleet.

        Apply the provisions of Paragraph 11.1 as described above.  In

        addition, compliance with MDRs, ODRs, and other relevant FSB

        report provisions is necessary.

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12 ALTERNATE MEANS OF COMPLIANCE

   12.1 Approval Level and Approval Criteria

        Alternate means of compliance to differences requirements of FAR

        121 Subpart N and O for mixed fleet operations, other than as

        specified in provisions of this report, must be approved by AFS-

        200.  If alternate compliance is sought, operators will be

        required to establish that proposed alternate means provide an

        equivalent level of safety to the provisions of AC 120-53 and

        this FSB report.  Analysis, demonstrations, proof of concept

        testing, differences documentation, or other evidence may be

        required.

   12.2 Equivalent Safety.

        In the event alternate compliance is sought, training program

        hour reductions, simulator approvals, and device approvals, may

        be significantly limited and reporting requirements may be

        increased to assure equivalent safety.  FAA will generally not

        consider relief through alternate compliance unless sufficient

        lead time has been planned by an operator to allow for any

        necessary testing and evaluation.

   12.3 Interim Programs

        In the event of clearly unforeseen circumstances in which it is

        not possible for an operator to comply with MDR provisions, the

        operators may seek an interim program rather than a permanent

        alternate compliance method.  Financial arrangements, schedule

        adjustment, and other such reasons are not considered

        "unforeseen circumstances" for the purposes of this provision.

13 MISCELLANEOUS - RESERVED

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                               APPENDICES

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                               Appendix 1

         MASTER DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS - FOKKER 28, 70 AND 100

                         DATE: November 21, 1991

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Appendix 1, MASTER DIFFERENCES REQUIREMENTS (FOKKER 28 MODELS)

TYPE RATINGS:

FOKKER 28 MK 1000/2000/3000/4000   =   FK-28

FOKKER 28 MK 0070/0100             =   FK-100

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

¦     FROM -->  ¦            FROM AIRCRAFT                             ¦

¦               ¦------------------------------------------------------¦

¦ T             ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦¦        ¦        ¦

¦ O             ¦MK 1000 ¦MK 2000 ¦MK 3000 ¦MK 4000 ¦¦MK 0100 ¦Mk 0070 ¦

¦---------------¦--------¦--------¦--------¦--------¦¦--------¦--------¦

¦   ¦ FOKKER 28 ¦A/-/-   ¦B/B/B   ¦B/B/B   ¦B/B/B   ¦¦E/E/E   ¦E/E/E   ¦

¦ T ¦ MK 1000   ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦¦        ¦        ¦

¦ O ¦           ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦¦        ¦        ¦

¦   ¦-----------¦--------¦--------¦--------¦--------¦¦--------¦--------¦

¦   ¦ FOKKER 28 ¦B/B/B   ¦A/-/-   ¦B/B/B   ¦B/B/B   ¦¦E/E/E   ¦E/E/E   ¦

¦   ¦ MK 2000   ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦¦        ¦        ¦

¦ A ¦           ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦¦        ¦        ¦

¦ I ¦-----------¦--------¦--------¦--------¦--------¦¦--------¦--------¦

¦ R ¦ FOKKER 28 ¦B/B/B   ¦B/B/B   ¦A/-/-   ¦B/B/B   ¦¦E/E/E   ¦E/E/E   ¦

¦ C ¦ MK 3000   ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦¦        ¦        ¦

¦ R ¦           ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦¦        ¦        ¦

¦ A ¦-----------¦--------¦--------¦--------¦--------¦¦--------¦--------¦

¦ F ¦ FOKKER 28 ¦B/B/B   ¦B/B/B   ¦B/B/B   ¦A/-/-   ¦¦E/E/E   ¦E/E/E   ¦

¦ T ¦ MK 4000   ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦¦        ¦        ¦

¦   ¦           ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦¦        ¦        ¦

¦   ¦===========¦========¦========¦========¦========¦¦--------¦--------¦

¦   ¦ FOKKER 28 ¦E/E/E   ¦E/E/E   ¦E/E/E   ¦E/E/E   ¦A/-/-    ¦A/-/-   ¦

¦   ¦ MK 0100   ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦See NOTES¦See NOTES

¦   ¦           ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦ 1 thru 4¦1 thru 4¦

¦   ¦-----------¦--------¦--------¦--------¦--------¦---------¦--------¦

¦   ¦ FOKKER 28 ¦E/E/E   ¦E/E/E   ¦E/E/E   ¦E/E/E   ¦A/-/-    ¦A/-/-   ¦

¦   ¦ MK 0070   ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦See NOTES¦See NOTES

¦   ¦           ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦        ¦1 thru 4 ¦1 thru 4¦

¦----------------------------------------------------------------------¦

NOTES:

   (1) EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT (B/B/B) - Vary according to the individual

   airline and operating area.

   (2) SOFTWARE (B/B/B) - Software changes and differences will occur

   from product improvement and aircraft intermix.  Principal Inspectors

   determine if operators training, checking and currency acceptably

   meet Level B/B/B for modified (different) software.

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   (3) NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURE (NAP) (D/C/D) - The NAP Procedure is

   applicable to operators with any Fokker 100 aircraft modified with

   NAP hardware and software.

   (4) FMS PROFILE (PROF) MODE (B/B/B) - The PROF mode has not been

   installed in some Fokker 100 and Fokker 70 Models.

NOTE:   Each cell of the MDR identifies the minimum training, checking,

        and currency requirement applicable to mixed fleet flying or

        transitioning between the referenced aircraft pair.  For

        example, Level A training/ Level B checking/ and Level C

        currency would be listed "A/B/C" in the above chart.

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                            DIFFERENCE LEVELS

   Difference  TRAINING        CHECKING            CURRENCY

   Level

   ==================================================================

   ¦ A         ¦ Self          ¦ Not Applicable    ¦ Not Applicable ¦

   ¦           ¦Instruction    ¦ (Or integrated    ¦                ¦

   ¦           ¦               ¦ with next PC)     ¦                ¦

   ¦-----------¦---------------¦-------------------¦----------------¦

   ¦ B         ¦ Aided         ¦ Task or System    ¦ Self Review    ¦

   ¦           ¦ Instruction   ¦                   ¦                ¦

   ¦-----------¦---------------¦-------------------¦----------------¦

   ¦ C         ¦ Systems       ¦ Partial Check     ¦ Designated     ¦

   ¦           ¦ Device        ¦ Using Device      ¦ System         ¦

   ¦-----------¦---------------¦-------------------¦----------------¦

   ¦ D         ¦ Maneuver      ¦ Full PC using     ¦ Designated     ¦

   ¦           ¦ Device        ¦ Device *          ¦ Maneuver       ¦

   ¦-----------¦---------------¦-------------------¦----------------¦

   ¦ E         ¦ Simulator     ¦ Full PC using     ¦ Per FARs       ¦

   ¦           ¦ C/D or        ¦ Simulator C/D or  ¦ (takeoffs and  ¦

   ¦           ¦ Aircraft #    ¦ Aircraft *        ¦ landings in    ¦

   ¦           ¦               ¦                   ¦ simulator C/D  ¦

   ¦           ¦               ¦                   ¦ or the aircraft¦

   ==================================================================

               # At level E = FAA Type Rating is Assigned

                           * = IOE is required

                         PC = Proficiency Check

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                               Appendix 2

                          ACCEPTABLE ODR TABLES

                          DATE: October 4, 1994

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Appendix 2, OPERATOR DIFFERENCES REQUIREMENTS

The Fokker 28 Mk 0100 Flight Standardization Board (FSB) has not

provided an example of acceptable Operator Difference Requirements

(ODR), for a mixed Fokker 28 Mk 1000, Mk 4000 fleet because no tables

have been made available to the FSB Chairman.  If ODR tables are

provided in the future they will be inserted here.

No credit is allowed for transition from Fokker 28 to Fokker 100

variants, and ODR tables are not provided for differences training.

Tables are provided for the Fokker 100/70 differences.

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             SAMPLE OPERATOR DIFFERENCES REQUIREMENTS TABLE

=======================================================================¦

¦DIFFERENCE AIRCRAFT: Fokker 70       ¦       COMPLIANCE METHOD        ¦

¦BASE AIRCRAFT: Fokker 100            ¦----------------------¦---------¦

¦Approved by (POI):                   ¦        TRAINING      ¦CHKG/CURR¦

¦-------------------------------------¦----------------------¦---------¦

¦DESIGN ¦    REMARKS     ¦ FLT ¦ PROC¦ LVL ¦ LVL ¦ LVL ¦ LVL ¦ FLT ¦   ¦

¦FEATURE¦                ¦CHAR ¦ CHNG¦  A  ¦  B  ¦  C  ¦  D  ¦ CHK ¦CUR¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦GENERAL¦Body 4.62 meters¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦TNG  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦shorter.  mid-  ¦     ¦     ¦HND  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦cargo door and  ¦     ¦     ¦OUT  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦one emer. exit  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦deleted on each ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦side of fuselage¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦WEIGHT ¦Reduces weights ¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦TNG  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦AND    ¦and changed CG  ¦     ¦     ¦HND  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦BALANCE¦limitations     ¦     ¦     ¦OUT  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦LIMIT- ¦Passengers,     ¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦TNG  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦ATIONS ¦Weight, CG, ENG ¦     ¦     ¦HND  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Autoland, AP    ¦     ¦     ¦OUT  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Engage Altitude ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Note: The following abbreviations are used in these tables:

1.  AVT-Audio Visual Tape presentation

2.  CHKG-Checking

3.  FTD- Flight Training Device (specifies minimum level)

4.  CURR-Currency

5.  FLT CHAR-Flight Characteristics

6.  FLT CHK-Flight Check

7.  LEC-Lecture

8.  SIM-Simulator (Specifies minimum level)

10. TNG HND OUT-Training Handouts

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             SAMPLE OPERATOR DIFFERENCES REQUIREMENTS TABLE

=======================================================================¦

¦DIFFERENCE AIRCRAFT: Fokker 70       ¦       COMPLIANCE METHOD        ¦

¦BASE AIRCRAFT: Fokker 100            ¦----------------------¦---------¦

¦Approved by (POI):                   ¦        TRAINING      ¦CHKG/CURR¦

¦-------------------------------------¦----------------------¦---------¦

¦SYSTEM ¦    REMARKS     ¦ FLT ¦ PROC¦ LVL ¦ LVL ¦ LVL ¦ LVL ¦ FLT ¦   ¦

¦       ¦                ¦CHAR ¦ CHNG¦  A  ¦  B  ¦  C  ¦  D  ¦ CHK ¦CUR¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦21 AIR ¦Deletion of rec-¦ NO  ¦ YES ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦COND & ¦irculation SYS. ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦PRESS  ¦Single control- ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦ler, vs Dual,   ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Temp Control    ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Panel           ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦22 AUTO¦Cat II only,    ¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦FLIGHT ¦No Autoland,    ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Prof Mode Not   ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Available       ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦25     ¦79 PAX Seats,   ¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦EQUIP/ ¦Single Lavatory ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦FURNISH¦                ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦26 FIRE¦Smoke Detector  ¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦PROTECT¦Msgs for RH     ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦ION    ¦Aft Lav. Deleted¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦27 FLT ¦Changed Stab.   ¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦CONTROL¦Position Indic- ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦ator, modified  ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦trim range and  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦green band.     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦28 FUEL¦Deleted Integral¦ NO  ¦ YES ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Center Wing Tank¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦and associated  ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦alert messages. ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦29 HYD-¦Hydraulic Stick-¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦RAULIC ¦pusher added to ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦System #1.      ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦======================================================================¦

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             SAMPLE OPERATOR DIFFERENCES REQUIREMENTS TABLE

=======================================================================¦

¦DIFFERENCE AIRCRAFT: Fokker 70       ¦       COMPLIANCE METHOD        ¦

¦BASE AIRCRAFT: Fokker 100            ¦----------------------¦---------¦

¦Approved by (POI):                   ¦        TRAINING      ¦CHKG/CURR¦

¦-------------------------------------¦----------------------¦---------¦

¦SYSTEM ¦    REMARKS     ¦ FLT ¦ PROC¦ LVL ¦ LVL ¦ LVL ¦ LVL ¦ FLT ¦   ¦

¦       ¦                ¦CHAR ¦ CHNG¦  A  ¦  B  ¦  C  ¦  D  ¦ CHK ¦CUR¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦32     ¦Nose Landing    ¦ YES ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦LANDING¦Gear Tire,      ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦GEAR   ¦Taxi Brake      ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Select System   ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦34 NAV-¦All PROF Mode   ¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦IGATION¦Messages & Sym. ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦removed from    ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦EFIS, PROF Mode ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Switch Deleted. ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦35     ¦Passenger Oxygen¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦OXYGEN ¦and Portable O2 ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦reduced in      ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦numbers         ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦52     ¦2 Overwing Emer.¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦DOORS  ¦Exits, Mid Cargo¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Door deleted,   ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Aft Cargo Door  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦smaller,        ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Aft Avionics    ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Door deleted,   ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Associated Alert¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦messages deleted¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦70     ¦RR Tay 620-15,  ¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦POWER- ¦N!, N2, TGT,    ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦PLANT  ¦Fuel Temp Limits¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦======================================================================¦

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Fokker 28, 70, and 100 FSB Report                        October 4, 1994

             SAMPLE OPERATOR DIFFERENCES REQUIREMENTS TABLE

=======================================================================¦

¦DIFFERENCE AIRCRAFT: Fokker 70       ¦       COMPLIANCE METHOD        ¦

¦BASE AIRCRAFT: Fokker 100            ¦----------------------¦---------¦

¦Approved by (POI):                   ¦        TRAINING      ¦CHKG/CURR¦

¦-------------------------------------¦----------------------¦---------¦

¦SYSTEM ¦    REMARKS     ¦ FLT ¦ PROC¦ LVL ¦ LVL ¦ LVL ¦ LVL ¦ FLT ¦   ¦

¦       ¦                ¦CHAR ¦ CHNG¦  A  ¦  B  ¦  C  ¦  D  ¦ CHK ¦CUR¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦PERFOR-¦ Changed        ¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦MANCE  ¦                ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦                ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦LIMIT- ¦ New Weight &   ¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦ATIONS ¦ Balance & CG & ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦ Weight Limits  ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦TAXI   ¦Shorter Fuselage¦ YES ¦ YES ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦New Brakes with ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Brake Select Sys¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Brake response  ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦Stab. Green Band¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦TAKEOFF¦Slightly Lower  ¦ YES ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦stickforce in   ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦rotation.       ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦-------¦----------------¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦-----¦---¦

¦APP-   ¦Different Auto- ¦ NO  ¦ NO  ¦ TNG ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦ROACHES¦pilot Disengage ¦     ¦     ¦ HND ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦       ¦height          ¦     ¦     ¦ OUT ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦     ¦   ¦

¦======================================================================¦

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                               Appendix 3

                RECOMMENDED FOKKER 100 TRAINING PROGRAMS

                         DATE: November 21, 1991

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               RECOMMENDED FOKKER 70/100 TRAINING PROGRAMS

1  Initial, Transition And Upgrade Training Program Requirements:

   In accordance with applicable CFR regulations.

2  Differences Program Requirements

   2.1  Differences training is required for any changes in aircraft

        software involving the entire fleet, with the exception of the

        FMS database.  For example, A operator upgrades EFIS software

        from Version 12 to Version 13.  Principal inspectors will

        determine training required for proficiency with the modified

        software in accordance with MDR provisions.

   2.2  Differences training is required for variation in software

        within the operators fleet or because of fleet interchange.  For

        example, two operators exchange FK-100s but use different EFIS

        versions.  Training, checking and currency must include method

        of identifying software version installed.  Principal Inspectors

        will determine training required for proficiency with the

        different software in accordance with MDR provisions.

3  Flight Attendants And Dispatchers.

   For flight attendants and dispatchers, competence checks as required

   by FAR 121.421(b) and 121.422(b), must include pertinent information

   to each "FK-28" or "FK-100" variant.

4  Noise Abatement Profile (NAP), John Wayne, Orange County Airport Crew

   Training Requirements.

   See Appendix 5, Page 58.

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                               Appendix 4

                          COMPLIANCE CHECKLISTS

                         DATE: November 21, 1991

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                 FOKKER 28 MK 0100 COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST

This checklist applies to the Fokker 28 Mk 0100, serial number 11242, of

Dutch registry PH-MKH, only.  Compliance with the following Federal

Aviation Regulations and FAA policies has been established, if this

aircraft is released for U.S. air carrier service as it was configured

March 9, 1989.  Items that are identified as "CHDO", need to be

evaluated by principal inspectors at the Certificate Holding District

Office prior to the Fokker 28 Mk 0100 aircraft being used in FAR 121

revenue service.  Items marked NA are not applicable to this aircraft.

Items marked Compiles have either been found to directly comply with the

applicable rule or the necessary data or procedures are available to

permit assessment of compliance for a particular operations.

FAR 91

91.9    Civil aircraft flight manual,        CHDO if operated under FAR

        marking, and placard                 Part 91.

        requirements.

91.117  Aircraft speed.                      Minimum safe speed is less

                                             than that specified as

                                             maximum in this rule.

91.191  Category II Manual.                  CHDO if operated under FAR

                                             Part 91.

91.203  Civil aircraft: Certifications       CHDO.

        Required.

91.205  Powered civil aircraft with          CHDO, Except (b)(11).

        standard category U.S.

        airworthiness certificates;

        instruments and equipment

        requirements.

91.207  Emergency locator transmitters.      NA

91.209  Aircraft lights.                     Designed to meet the

                                             requirements of this rule.

91.211  Supplemental Oxygen.                 CHDO if operated under FAR

                                             Part 91.

91.213  Inoperative instruments and          NA.

        equipment.

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91.215  ATC Transponder and altitude         In compliance, CHDO needs

        reporting equipment and use.         to confirm carriers

                                             equipment.

91.217  Data correspondence between          Complies.

        automatically reported pressure

        altitude data and the pilot's

        altitude reference.

91.219  Altitude alerting system or          Met requirements.

        device; turbojet powered civil

        airplanes.

91.317  Provisionally certified civil        NA

        aircraft; operating limitations.

91.409  Inspections.                         CHDO

91.413  ATC transponder tests and            CHDO

        inspections.

91.415  Changes to aircraft inspection       CHDO

        programs.

91.503  Flying equipment and operating       CHDO

        information.

91.511  Radio equipment for overwater        CHDO

        operations.

91.513  Emergency equipment.                 CHDO

91.517  Smoking and safety belt signs.       CHDO

91.521  Shoulder harness.                    Met Requirements.

91.525  Carriage of cargo.                   CHDO

91.527  Operating in icing conditions.       Met Requirements for (b)

                                             and (c)

91.603  Aural speed warning device.          Met requirements.

91.605  Transport category civil             CHDO

        airplane weight limitations.

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91.607  Emergency exits for airplanes        Met requirements for up to

        carrying passengers for hire.        109 passenger seat

                                             configuration.

91.609  Flight recorders and cockpit         Not Acceptable in test

        voice recorders.                     aircraft, See Paragraphs

                                             9.1.4, 9.2.2

91.611  Authorization for ferry flights      Not Authorized.

        with one engine inoperative.

91.805  Final compliance, Subsonic           Met Requirements for Stage

        airplanes.                           3

FAR 121

121.141 Airplane or rotorcraft flight        CHDO, AFM was not

        manual.                              available.

121.157 Aircraft certification and           Aircraft did not have a

        equipment requirements.              U.S.Type Certificate, CHDO

                                             for (b).

121.173 General.                             (b) and (d) apply.

121.189 Transport category airplanes:        Complies, CHDO.

        Turbine engine powered; takeoff

        limitations.

121.191 Transport category airplanes:        Complies, CHDO.

        turbine engine powered: En route

        limitations: One engine

        inoperative.

121.193 Transport category airplanes:        NA.

        Turbine engine powered: En route

        limitations: Two engines

        inoperative.

121.195 Transport category airplanes:        Data provided in AFM.

        Turbine engine powered: Landing

        limitations: Destination

        airports.

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121.197 Transport category airplanes:        Data provided in AFM.

        Turbine engine powered: Landing

        limitations: Alternate airports.

121.215 Cabin interiors.                     CHDO

121.217 Internal doors.                      CHDO

121.219 Ventilation.                         CHDO

121.221 Fire precautions.                    CHDO

121.223 Proof of compliance with             CHDO

        121.221.

121.231 Fuel system lines and fittings.      Complies.

121.233 Fuel lines and fittings in           Complies.

        designated fire zones.

121.235 Fuel valves.                         Complies.

121.237 Oil lines and fittings in            Complies.

        designated fire zones.

121.241 Oil system drains.                   Complies.

121.243 Engine breather lines.               Complies.

121.245 Fire walls.                          Complies.

121.247 Fire-wall construction.              Complies.

121.249 Cowling.                             Complies.

121.251 Engine accessory section             NA.

        diaphragm.

121.253 Powerplant fire protection.          Complies.

121.255 Flammable fluids.                    Complies.

121.257 Shutoff means.                       Complies.

121.259 Lines and fittings.                  Complies.

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121.261 Vent and drain lines.                Complies.

121.263 Fire extinguishing systems.          Complies.

121.265 Fire extinguishing agents.           Complies.

121.267 Extinguishing agent container        Complies.

        pressure relief.

121.269 Extinguishing agent container        Complies.

        compartment temperature.

121.271 Fire-extinguishing system            Complies.

        materials.

121.273 Fire-detector systems.               Complies.

121.275 Fire detectors.                      Complies.

121.277 Protection of other airplane         Complies.

        components against fire.

121.281 Fuel system independence.            Complies.

121.283 Induction system ice protection.     Complies.

121.285 Carriage of cargo in passenger       NA, CHDO.

        compartments.

121.287 Carriage of cargo in cargo           NA, CHDO.

        compartments.

121.289 Landing gear: Aural warning          Not acceptable in test

        device.                              aircraft, See Paragraph

                                             9.1.5, 9.2.1.

121.291 Demonstration of emergency           Complies with (a), See

        evacuation procedures.               paragraph 9.1.2, CHDO

                                             responsible for (b) through

                                             (e) CHDO.

121.303 Airplane instruments and             Complies for USAir variant,

        equipment.                           American variant is under

                                             investigation.

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121.305 Flight and navigational              Complies.

        equipment.

121.307 Engine instruments.                  Complies.

121.308 Lavatory fire protection.            Complies.

121.309 Emergency equipment.                 CHDO.

121.310 Additional emergency equipment.      (a) Not in compliance, only

                                             the Swing out (Plug) type

                                             passenger entrance door is

                                             in compliance with (a).

                                             (e) and (i) in compliance

                                             except for drop down

                                             passenger door.   CHDO

                                             responsible for (b), (c),

                                             (d), (f), (g), (h), and

                                             (l).  NA for (j) and (k).

121.311 Seats, safety belts, and             CHDO.

        shoulder harnesses.

121.312 Materials for compartment            CHDO.

        interiors.

121.313 Miscellaneous equipment.             (a) through (f) comply,

                                             CHDO responsible for (g)

                                             through (i).

121.315 Cockpit check procedure.             CHDO.

121.317 Passenger information.               CHDO.

121.319 Crewmember Interphone system.        Complies.

121.323 Instruments and equipment for        Complies.

        operations at night.

121.325 Instruments and equipment for        Complies.

        operations under IFR or over-

        the-top.

121.329 Supplemental oxygen for              CHDO.

        sustenance: Turbine engine

        powered airplanes.

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121.333 Supplemental oxygen for              CHDO.

        emergency descent and for first

        aid: turbine engine powered

        airplanes with pressurized

        cabins.

121.335 Equipment standards.                 (b) applies, CHDO.

121.337 Protective Breathing equipment.      Equipment is in compliance;

                                             procedures for use in (b)

                                             and (c) to be reviewed by

                                             CHDO.

121.339 Emergency equipment for extended     NA.

        overwater operations.

121.340 Emergency flotation means.           CHDO.

121.341 Equipment for operations in          Complies.

        icing conditions.

121.342 Pitot heat indication systems.       Complies.

121.343 Flight recorders.                    (a) and (b) comply; (c) and

                                             (d) responsibility of CHDO.

121.345 Radio equipment.                     CHDO.

121.347 Radio equipment for operations       Complies.

        under VFR over routes navigated

        by pilotage.

121.349 Radio equipment for operations       Complies, except (d)

        under VFR over routes not            responsibility of CHDO.

        navigated by pilotage or for

        operations under IFR or over-

        the-top.

121.351 Radio equipment for extend           CHDO.

        overwater operations and for

        certain other operations.

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121.353 Emergency equipment for              CHDO.

        operations over uninhabited

        terrain areas: flag and

        supplemental air carriers and

        commercial operators.

121.355 Equipment for operations on          CHDO.

        which specialized means of

        navigation are used.

121.357 Airborne weather radar equipment     Complies, except (c)

        requirements.                        responsibility of CHDO.

121.358 Low-altitude windshear system        System was being certified.

        equipment requirements.

121.359 Cockpit voice recorders.             Not Acceptable in test

                                             aircraft, See Paragraph

                                             9.1.4, 9.2.2.

121.360 Ground proximity warning-glide       Complies, (d) and (e)

        slope deviation alerting system.     responsibility of CHDO.

121.369 Manual requirements.                 CHDO.

121.576 Retention of items of mass in        CHDO.

        passenger and crew compartments.

121.578 Cabin ozone concentration.           Aircraft meets requirement

                                             by type design.

121.579 Minimum altitudes for use of         Compliance based on AFM

        autopilot.                           procedures and limitations;

                                             CHDO.

121.581 Forward observer's seat: En          Design in compliance, See

        route inspections.                   paragraph 9.1.1, 9.2.3.

121.587 Closing and locking of flight        Design in compliance;

        crew compartment door.               operator procedures CHDO.

121.589 Carry-on baggage.                    Design in compliance;

                                             operator procedures CHDO.

121.629 Fuel supply: All operations:         CHDO.

        domestic air carriers.

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121.652 Landing weather minimums: IFR:       CHDO.

        All certificate holders.

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                 FOKKER 28 MK 0070 COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST

                            September 1, 1994

This checklist applies to the Fokker 28 Mk 070, serial number 11521, of

Dutch registry PH-MKS, only.  Compliance with the following Federal

Aviation Regulations and FAA policies has been established, if this

aircraft is released for U.S. air carrier service as it was configured

(DATE).  Items that are identified as "CHDO", need to be evaluated by

principal inspectors at the Certificate Holding District Office prior to

the Fokker 28 Mk 070 aircraft being used in FAR 121 revenue service.

Items marked NA are not applicable to this aircraft.  Items marked

Compiles have either been found to directly comply with the applicable

rule or the necessary data or procedures are available to permit

assessment of compliance for a particular operations.

FAR 91

91.9    Civil aircraft flight manual,        CHDO if operated under FAR

        marking, and placard                 Part 91.

        requirements.

91.117  Aircraft speed.                      Minimum safe speed is less

                                             than that specified as

                                             maximum in this rule.

91.191  Category II Manual.                  CHDO if operated under FAR

                                             Part 91.

91.203  Civil aircraft: Certifications       CHDO.

        Required.

91.205  Powered civil aircraft with          CHDO, Except (b)(11).

        standard category U.S.

        airworthiness certificates;

        instruments and equipment

        requirements.

91.207  Emergency locator transmitters.      NA

91.209  Aircraft lights.                     Designed to meet the

                                             requirements of this rule.

91.211  Supplemental Oxygen.                 CHDO if operated under FAR

                                             Part 91.

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91.213  Inoperative instruments and          NA.

        equipment.

91.215  ATC Transponder and altitude         In compliance, CHDO needs

        reporting equipment and use.         to confirm carriers

                                             equipment.

91.217  Data correspondence between          Complies.

        automatically reported pressure

        altitude data and the pilot's

        altitude reference.

91.219  Altitude alerting system or          Met requirements.

        device; turbojet powered civil

        airplanes.

91.317  Provisionally certified civil        NA

        aircraft; operating limitations.

91.409  Inspections.                         CHDO

91.413  ATC transponder tests and            CHDO

        inspections.

91.415  Changes to aircraft inspection       CHDO

        programs.

91.503  Flying equipment and operating       CHDO

        information.

91.511  Radio equipment for overwater        CHDO

        operations.

91.513  Emergency equipment.                 CHDO

91.517  Smoking and safety belt signs.       CHDO

91.521  Shoulder harness.                    Met Requirements.

91.525  Carriage of cargo.                   CHDO

91.527  Operating in icing conditions.       Met Requirements for (b)

                                             and (c)

91.603  Aural speed warning device.          Met requirements.

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91.605  Transport category civil             CHDO

        airplane weight limitations.

91.607  Emergency exits for airplanes        Complies

        carrying passengers for hire.

91.609  Flight recorders and cockpit         Complies

        voice recorders.

91.611  Authorization for ferry flights      Not Authorized.

        with one engine inoperative.

91.805  Final compliance, Subsonic           Met Requirements for Stage

        airplanes.                           3

FAR 121

121.141 Airplane or rotorcraft flight        CHDO, AFM was not

        manual.                              available.

121.157 Aircraft certification and           Aircraft did not have a

        equipment requirements.              U.S.Type Certificate, CHDO

                                             for (b).

121.173 General.                             (b) and (d) apply.

121.189 Transport category airplanes:        Complies, CHDO.

        Turbine engine powered; takeoff

        limitations.

121.191 Transport category airplanes:        Complies, CHDO.

        turbine engine powered: En route

        limitations: One engine

        inoperative.

121.193 Transport category airplanes:        NA.

        Turbine engine powered: En route

        limitations: Two engines

        inoperative.

121.195 Transport category airplanes:        Data provided in AFM.

        Turbine engine powered: Landing

        limitations: Destination

        airports.

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121.197 Transport category airplanes:        Data provided in AFM.

        Turbine engine powered: Landing

        limitations: Alternate airports.

121.215 Cabin interiors.                     CHDO

121.217 Internal doors.                      CHDO

121.219 Ventilation.                         CHDO

121.221 Fire precautions.                    CHDO

121.223 Proof of compliance with             CHDO

        121.221.

121.231 Fuel system lines and fittings.      Complies.

121.233 Fuel lines and fittings in           Complies.

        designated fire zones.

121.235 Fuel valves.                         Complies.

121.237 Oil lines and fittings in            Complies.

        designated fire zones.

121.241 Oil system drains.                   Complies.

121.243 Engine breather lines.               Complies.

121.245 Fire walls.                          Complies.

121.247 Fire-wall construction.              Complies.

121.249 Cowling.                             Complies.

121.251 Engine accessory section             NA.

        diaphragm.

121.253 Powerplant fire protection.          Complies.

121.255 Flammable fluids.                    Complies.

121.257 Shutoff means.                       Complies.

121.259 Lines and fittings.                  Complies.

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121.261 Vent and drain lines.                Complies.

121.263 Fire extinguishing systems.          Complies.

121.265 Fire extinguishing agents.           Complies.

121.267 Extinguishing agent container        Complies.

        pressure relief.

121.269 Extinguishing agent container        Complies.

        compartment temperature.

121.271 Fire-extinguishing system            Complies.

        materials.

121.273 Fire-detector systems.               Complies.

121.275 Fire detectors.                      Complies.

121.277 Protection of other airplane         Complies.

        components against fire.

121.281 Fuel system independence.            Complies.

121.283 Induction system ice protection.     Complies.

121.285 Carriage of cargo in passenger       NA, CHDO.

        compartments.

121.287 Carriage of cargo in cargo           NA, CHDO.

        compartments.

121.289 Landing gear: Aural warning          Complies

        device.

121.291 Demonstration of emergency           Complies with (a), See

        evacuation procedures.               paragraph 9.1.2, CHDO

                                             responsible for (b) through

                                             (e) CHDO.

121.303 Airplane instruments and             Complies for USAir variant,

        equipment.                           American variant is under

                                             investigation.

121.305 Flight and navigational              Complies.

        equipment.

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121.307 Engine instruments.                  Complies.

121.308 Lavatory fire protection.            Complies.

121.309 Emergency equipment.                 CHDO.

121.310 Additional emergency equipment.      (a) Not in compliance, only

                                             the Swing out (Plug) type

                                             passenger entrance door is

                                             in compliance with (a).

                                             (e) and (i) in compliance

                                             except for drop down

                                             passenger door.   CHDO

                                             responsible for (b), (c),

                                             (d), (f), (g), (h), and

                                             (l).  NA for (j) and (k).

121.311 Seats, safety belts, and             CHDO.

        shoulder harnesses.

121.312 Materials for compartment            CHDO.

        interiors.

121.313 Miscellaneous equipment.             (a) through (f) comply,

                                             CHDO responsible for (g)

                                             through (i).

121.315 Cockpit check procedure.             CHDO.

121.317 Passenger information.               CHDO.

121.319 Crewmember Interphone system.        Complies.

121.323 Instruments and equipment for        Complies.

        operations at night.

121.325 Instruments and equipment for        Complies.

        operations under IFR or over-

        the-top.

121.329 Supplemental oxygen for              CHDO.

        sustenance: Turbine engine

        powered airplanes.

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121.333 Supplemental oxygen for              CHDO.

        emergency descent and for first

        aid: turbine engine powered

        airplanes with pressurized

        cabins.

121.335 Equipment standards.                 (b) applies, CHDO.

121.337 Protective Breathing equipment.      Equipment is in compliance;

                                             procedures for use in (b)

                                             and (c) to be reviewed by

                                             CHDO.

121.339 Emergency equipment for extended     NA.

        overwater operations.

121.340 Emergency flotation means.           CHDO.

121.341 Equipment for operations in          Complies.

        icing conditions.

121.342 Pitot heat indication systems.       Complies.

121.343 Flight recorders.                    (a) and (b) comply; (c) and

                                             (d) responsibility of CHDO.

121.345 Radio equipment.                     CHDO.

121.347 Radio equipment for operations       Complies.

        under VFR over routes navigated

        by pilotage.

121.349 Radio equipment for operations       Complies, except (d)

        under VFR over routes not            responsibility of CHDO.

        navigated by pilotage or for

        operations under IFR or over-

        the-top.

121.351 Radio equipment for extend           CHDO.

        overwater operations and for

        certain other operations.

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121.353 Emergency equipment for              CHDO.

        operations over uninhabited

        terrain areas: flag and

        supplemental air carriers and

        commercial operators.

121.355 Equipment for operations on          CHDO.

        which specialized means of

        navigation are used.

121.357 Airborne weather radar equipment     Complies, except (c)

        requirements.                        responsibility of CHDO.

121.358 Low-altitude windshear system        System was being certified.

        equipment requirements.

121.359 Cockpit voice recorders.             Complies, See paragraphs

                                             9.1.4, 9.2.2

121.360 Ground proximity warning-glide       Complies, (d) and (e)

        slope deviation alerting system.     responsibility of CHDO.

121.369 Manual requirements.                 CHDO.

121.576 Retention of items of mass in        CHDO.

        passenger and crew compartments.

121.578 Cabin ozone concentration.           Aircraft meets requirement

                                             by type design.

121.579 Minimum altitudes for use of         Compliance based on AFM

        autopilot.                           procedures and limitations;

                                             CHDO.

121.581 Forward observer's seat: En          Design in compliance, See

        route inspections.                   paragraph 9.1.1, 9.2.3.

121.587 Closing and locking of flight        Design in compliance;

        crew compartment door.               operator procedures CHDO.

121.589 Carry-on baggage.                    Design in compliance;

                                             operator procedures CHDO.

121.629 Fuel supply: All operations:         CHDO.

        domestic air carriers.

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121.652 Landing weather minimums: IFR:       CHDO.

        All certificate holders.

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                               Appendix 5

                         NOISE ABATEMENT PROFILE

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                    John Wayne, Orange County Airport

                      Noise Abatement Profile (NAP)

                       Crew Training Requirements

1  Initial, Transition, and Upgrade Training.

   1.1  Ground Training.

        Training will include a complete description of the AFCAS Noise

        Abatement Profile (NAP) system function and how it differs from

        the standard AFCAS Takeoff profile.

   1.2  Flight Training.

        Crews will be trained to proficiency in the NAP maneuver.  In

        addition, Crews will be given instruction in all NAP failure

        modes and will experience an engine failure during the pitch

        down maneuver and while at the maximum pitch of 22 degrees pitch

        nose up.

2  Recurrent Training.

   2.1  Ground Training.

        Training will include a description of the AFCAS Noise Abatement

        Profile (NAP) system function and differences from the standard

        AFCAS Takeoff profile.

   2.2  Flight Training.

        Training will include an engine failure at a critical time, a

        sample of NAP failure modes, and demonstration of proficiency in

        the use of NAP mode.

3  Currency.

   Crews must complete at least one NAP takeoff each 90 days or

   demonstrate proficiency in a simulator.

4  Initial Operating Experience.

   Captain will complete his first Noise Abatement Profile (NAP) takeoff

   with a NAP qualified Check Airman in the right seat.

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5  Simulator.

   Flight Training may be conducted in the aircraft or an approved

   simulator equipped with NAP hardware and software.

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