U.S. Department of Transportation

Federal Aviation Administration

Washington, D.C.

 

FLIGHT STANDARDIZATION BOARD REPORT

 

 

Revision: Original

 

 

 

 

 

BOMBARDIER LEARJET INC.

 

35, 35A, 36, 36A

 

Stevens LEAR4EVER Suite Upgrade

 

 

 

 

 

Date: 06/03/2011

 

James B. Adams, Chairman

Flight Standardization Board

 

 

Federal Aviation Administration

Kansas City Aircraft Evaluation Group

901 Locust, Room 332

Kansas City, Missouri 64106

 

 

 

 

 

Telephone:

(816) 329-3236

FAX:

(816) 329-3241

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MANAGEMENT COORDINATION SHEET

 

 

 

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Date: 6/3/2011

Walter J. Hutchings

Manager,

Kansas City Aircraft Evaluation Group

 

 

 

 

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Date: 7/1/2011

John S. Duncan

Manager, AFS-200

Air Transportation Division

 

 

 

 

 

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Date:6/30/2011

Mel O. Cintron

Manager, AFS-800

General Aviation and Commercial Division

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOG OF REVISIONS

 

 

 

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HIGHLIGHTS OF CHANGE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

MANAGEMENT COORDINATION ............................................................................................. 2

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

TABLE OF CONTENTS................................................................................................................. 4

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

2.   ACRONYMS........................................................................................................................... 11

3.   PILOT TYPE RATING REQUIREMENTS............................................................................. 12

4.   MASTER COMMON REQUIREMENTS (MCR and MDR)................................................ 12

5.   OPERATOR DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS..................................................................... 14

6.   FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR TRAINING............................................................................. 14

7.   FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CHECKING........................................................................... 15

8. FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR CURRENCY............................................................................ 15

9. FSB SPECIFICATIONS FOR DEVICES AND SIMULATORS............................................. 16

10. AIRCRAFT REGULATORY COMPLIANCE........................................................................ 16

11. ALTERNATE MEANS OF COMPLIANCE TO THIS REPORT........................................... 17

 

APPENDIX A - MASTER DIFFERENCE REQUIREMENTS table....................................... A-1

appendix B - operator difference requirements table.................................. b-1


 

1.                                Purpose and Applicability

 

 

1.1 Background

The LR-35, 35A, 36, 36A are low-wing, twin-engine, turbojet aircraft with tip-tanks on each wing. These aircraft are equipped with analog instruments and no “glass” display units. The gross takeoff weights of the LR-35 and LR-35A is 17,000 lbs GTOW, and the LR-36 and LR-36A are 18,000 lbs GTOW. The pilot type rating for the LR-35, 35A, 36 and 36A is “LR-JET”.

 

 

1.1 Purpose

 

This FSB report specifies master training, checking, and currency requirements applicable to flight crewmembers operating Bombardier Learjet Model 35, 35A, 36 and 36A with the Stevens Aviation LEAR4EVER Avionics Suite Upgrade Package (LEAR4EVER). This report provides guidance to operators under 14 CFR Part 91 & 135, FAA Principal Inspectors, Part 142 Training Centers, Part 141 Approved Schools and other training providers.

 

The LR-JET Flight Standardization Board (FSB) convened to evaluate proposed training, checking, and currency requirements for pilots operating the LR-35/36 aircraft with the LEAR4EVER package. The FSB evaluated operating characteristics and techniques to propose training, checking and currency requirements applicable to the LR-35/36 aircraft with the LEAR4EVER package. The objectives of this FSB were to:

 

·                          Determination of Pilot Type Rating.

·                          Identify training, checking and currency requirements.

·                          Establish Master Common Requirements for the LR-35/36 aircraft with the LEAR4EVER package.

·                          Review AFM and Checklist procedures for operational suitability.

·                          Describe acceptable training program and training device characteristics.

 

 

1.2 Applicability

 

In accordance with existing 14 CFRs, the provisions of this report apply to all operations of a LR-35/36 airplane with the LEAR4EVER upgrade package. This report is also applicable to all training and checking conducted in the aircraft, as well as the currency and experience provisions. This report is effective until amended, superseded or withdrawn by subsequent revision.

 

The guidelines in this report apply to: Operations Aviation Safety Inspectors, Principal Operations Inspectors (POIs), Training Center Program Managers (TCPMs), Aircrew Program Managers (APMs), 14 CFR Part 135 Air Carrier Check Airmen and Instructors, Airline Transport Pilots instructing in air transportation service, Certificated Flight Instructors, Aircrew Program Designees, and Training Center Evaluators.

 

 

1.3 Description

 

STEVENS AVIATION LEAR4EVER AVIONICS UPGRADE PACKAGE

The subject aircraft for this report is a Bombardier Learjet 35A model equipped with the Stevens Aviation LEAR4EVER Avionics Suite Upgrade Package.

 

The Stevens Aviation LEAR4EVER Avionics Upgrade Package consists of the Universal Avionics applications certified as part of the supplemental type design of models of the Learjet 35, 35A, 36, 36A aircraft with the following Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) and Form 337 Field Approvals updating avionics equipment:

 

 

Any LR-35, LR-35A, LR-36 or LR-36A aircraft equipped with above listed items and installed under the above listed STC’s is referred to as a “LR-35/36 LEAR4EVER”.

 

 

 

 

EFIS - Universal EFI-890R Electronic Flight Instrument Systems

The original Pilot and Co-pilot ADI, HSI, Mach / Airspeed, Altimeter, RMI and Vertical Speed indicators, Pilot Radio Altimeter indicator and Radar display are removed.

 

The Pilot’s original instruments and the Radar display are replaced by an EFI-890R Primary Flight Display (PFD) located on the pilot’s panel and a Navigation Display (ND) located on the Center Instrument Panel. A Primary Flight Display Control Panel (PDCP) and Navigation Source Control Panel (NSCP) are installed on the Pilot’s instrument panel immediately below the PFD providing convenient control of many display functions.

 

The Co-pilot’s original instruments are replaced by an EFI-890R Primary Flight Display (PFD). A Primary Flight Display Control Panel (PDCP) and a Navigation Source Control Panel (NSCP) are installed on the Co-Pilot’s instrument panel immediately below the Co-Pilot’s PFD.

 

The system provides displays of aircraft attitude, heading, altitude, airspeed, vertical speed and radio altitude and is interfaced to a variety of sensors providing display of VOR, ILS, DME, ADF, FMS, TCAS, TAWS, Weather Radar and Vision One data. Several pilot selectable display formats are available.

 

The system is fully integrated with the existing JET FC-200 Flight Guidance System and displays all flight director modes in each PFD.

 

Dual UNS-1Fw Flight Management Systems can be coupled to flight guidance in addition to VOR / LOC data, providing long range and area navigation (RNAV) capabilities including Enroute, terminal and approach guidance.

 

The EFI-890R system consists of a flat panel display based upon Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Display (AMLCD) technology. Display brightness and test controls are located on the front of each display bezel.

 

A Data Concentrator Unit (DCU) is installed in the avionics bay to collect and route information to the EFI-890R displays.

 

 

ASU – Universal Avionics Applications Server Unit

An optional Application Server Unit (ASU) uses a digital electronics chart database to provide display of terminal area navigation charts including SID, STAR, Approach and Airport charts and chart NOTAMS on the Navigation Display. The displayed images are controlled with a Cursor Control Panel (CCP) installed in the pedestal. The ASU is interfaced with the Flight Management System (FMS) to determine aircraft position. When a valid position is supplied to the ASU, the aircraft present position will be superimposed on airport and approach charts. Chart database updates are loaded into the ASU with and Accessible Data Unit (ADU) using a CD-ROM.

 

 

 

Vision 1 – Universal Avionics Vision 1 Synthetic Vision System

In place of the basic ADI presentation the pilot may select the Vision-1 egocentric via the PDCP. Vision 1 displays a synthetic vision view of the area in front of the aircraft generated by the Vision 1 computer using a worldwide terrain database and responds in real time to changes in aircraft attitude.

 

Vision 1 is only intended to augment situational awareness and is not to be used for terrain navigation or terrain following.

 

The system automatically removes Vision 1 for safety reasons in the event of attitude mis-compare, failure detection in an imbedded Vision 1 safety pattern for integrity checks, unusual attitude, or in the event that the PFD is placed into composite mode by pilot action or reversion condition. Once de-cluttered, Vision 1 only returns to display by the pilot re-selecting it with the PFD display control panel. Vision 1 will never be displayed automatically under any circumstance.

 

 

RCU – Universal Avionic Radio Control Unit

The RCU is the primary means of control for all onboard radios. The RCU is capable of tuning VHF COM, VHF NAV (DME, VOR and ILS Receivers), ADF, ATC transponder and TCAS.

 

 

TAWS – Universal Avionics Class A Terrain Awareness and Warning System

The Universal Avionics Class A Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS) provides alert information to the flight crew both visually and aurally. The system generates Navigation Display (ND) images of terrain with flight path intent with Ma p, Profile or 3D Perspective views. The system automatically pops-up Map view in response to terrain threats if TAWS is not already selected on the ND.

 

TAWS provides three different types of protection:

 

 

FMS - Universal Avionics UNS-1Fw Flight Management System SCN 1000/1100 series

The FMS provides aircraft navigation, guidance, flight planning and fuel management tasks. Single and Dual FMS installations can be incorporated.

 

The FMS consists of 12 channels GPS/SBAS (Satellite Based Augmentation System) and utilizes Wide Are Augmentation System (WAAS) whenever the receiver is within the area of WAAS coverage.

 

The FMS operates as a multi-sensor navigation system capable of using VOR/LOC and a dedicated scanning DME receiver for position data in addition to the GPS/SBAS sensor.

 

ESIS - L3 Avionics GH-3100 Electronic Standby Instrument System

The L3 Avionics GH-3100 Electronic Standby Instrument System (ESIS) consists of a single three-inch ATI AMLCD display, a rechargeable emergency battery (EMER PWR) and a MAG3000A Magnetometer. An air data sensor is integral to the GH-3100 housing. The Electronic Indicator displays attitude (pitch and roll), along with altitude, airspeed and heading information. The ESIS has been configured to display short range navigation information (VOR/ILS/DME), utilizing VHF NAV 1/DME 1 and long range navigation provided from FMS 1.

 

AHRS - Rockwell Collins AHS-100A Attitude-Heading Reference System

The AHS-100A AHARS system provides all attitude and heading data to the EFI-890R EFIS displays. While it is a separate unit from the EFI-890R, the two systems integrate and operate as one unit.

TCAS – Rockwell Collins TCAS 4000 Collision Avoidance System

The TCAS 4000 system is controlled by the Radio Control Unit (RCU) and provides traffic display information to the EFI-890R system.

 

 

 

 

LR-35

LEAR4EVER Suite Upgrade Package

2.           Acronyms

 

Relevant acronyms used in this FSB Report are defined as follows:

 

14 CFR                     Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations

AC                                 Advisory Circular

ADU                             Accessible Data Unit

AEG                           Aircraft Evaluation Group

AFM                           Airplane Flight Manual

AHRS                         Attitude Heading Reference System

AMLCD                 Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Display

ASU                             Application Server Unit

CCP                             Cursor Control Panel

CHDO                     Certificate Holding District Office

DCU                             Data Concentrator Unit

EFIS                           Electronic Flight Instrument System

ESIS                             Electronic Standby Instrument System

FAA                             Federal Aviation Administration

FFS                               Full Flight Simulator

FMS                           Flight Management System

FSB                             Flight Standardization Board

FTD                             Flight Training Device

FSDO                         Flight Standards District Office

GPS                               Global Positioning System

GPWS                       Ground Proximity Warning System

GTOW                                             Gross Take-Off Weight

IFIS                             Integrated Flight Information System

LRU                             Line Replaceable Unit

MCR                           Master Common Requirement

MDR                         Master Difference Requirement

MFD                           Multifunction Display

MKC-AEG       Kansas City Aircraft Evaluation Group

ND                                 Navigation Display

NSCP                         Navigation Source Control Panel

ODR                           Operator Difference Requirement

PDCP                         Primary Flight Display Control Panel

PFD                               Primary Flight Display

POI                               Principal Operations Inspector

PTS                               Practical Test Standards

RCU                             Radio Control Unit

RNAV                       Radio Navigation

SBAS                         Satellite Based Augmentation System

STC                               Supplemental Type Certificate

TAWS                       Terrain Awareness Warning System

TCAS                         Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System

WAAS                       Wide Area Augmentation System

 

Terminology

The term "must" is used in this report and may be used in certain MDR footnotes even though it is recognized that this FSB report, and Advisory Circular AC 120-53 on which it is based, provides one acceptable means, but not necessarily the only means of compliance with 14 CFR 61/135 requirements. This terminology acknowledges the need for operators to fully comply with this FSB report MDR and ODR provisions if this method is to be used by the operator as the means of complying with 14 CFR 135. Operators who choose this method must comply with each applicable MDR provision including the footnotes.

 

 

3.           Pilot Type Rating Requirements

 

3.1 Background

In conducting its evaluation of the LR-35 with LEAR4EVER package the Board utilized the evaluation process outlined in Advisory Circular AC 120-53 and the Common Procedures Document for Conducting Operational Evaluation Boards (JAA, TCCA, FAA) dated 10 June 2004. The Board evaluated the LR-35 with LEAR4EVER package design and operating characteristics in the Areas of Operation required for a Airline Transport Pilot and Aircraft Type Rating by the Practical Test Standard (PTS). For the purpose of design and operating characteristics the LR-35 with LEAR4EVER package is a Transport Category, Multiengine, Turbojet, Land aircraft that requires Two Pilot Flight Crewmembers.

 
3.2 Determination of Pilot Type Rating

In accordance with 14 CFR Parts 1 and 61, the pilot type rating for the LR-35, 35A, 36, 36A with the Stevens Aviation LEAR4EVER Suite Upgrade Package is designated as “LR-JET”. All maneuvers required by the Airline Transport Pilot and Aircraft Type Rating Practical Test Standards are applicable. No aircraft specific flight maneuvers are specified. Airman who successfully complete a practical examination in the Model LR-35, 35A, 36, 36A with LEAR4EVER upgrade package receive an “LR-JET” type rating on their pilot certificate. The LR-JET aircraft requires two pilots for operation.

 

3.3 Determination of Second-In-Command Pilot Type Rating

The Second-In-Command Pilot Type Rati ng (LR-JET SIC PRIVILEGES ONLY) may be issued in accordance with 14 CFR Part 61.55.

 

 

4.         Master Common Requirements (MCR and MDR)


4.1 Master Common Requirements (MCR)

The LR-35, 35A, 36, 36A with the LEAR4EVER package is a LR-35, 35A, 36, 36A with the installed avionics and systems listed in section 1.3. As such, takeoff and landing performance and flight characteristics are identical.

 

 

 

4.2 Areas of Special Emphasis

The FSB has determined that certain aspects of pilot knowledge, skills and abilities are especially critical to safe operation of the LR-35/36 - LEAR4EVER upgrade package and must be emphasized during training and evaluated during checking for the LR-35/36 - LEAR4EVER.

 

 

 

4.3 Master Difference Requirements (MDR)

The Master Difference Requirements, (MDR) are as depicted in the MDR table in Appendix A. The base aircraft (from airplane) is the LR-35/36. The variant (to airplane) is the LR-35/36 LEAR4EVER.

 

MDR requirements apply when differences between a base aircraft and a variant, or differences between two variants, affect crewmember knowledge, skills, or abilities related to flight safety. These differences are expressed in Difference Levels A through E and require training with the use of minimum level training methods, devices, or equipment as listed in the Standard Differences Table illustrated below.

 

 

 

DIFFERENCE LEVEL TABLE

 

DIFFERENCE LEVEL

TRAINING

CHECKING

CURRENCY

A

Self instruction

Not applicable (or integrated with next proficiency check)

Not applicable

B

Aided instruction

Task or system check

Self review

C

Systems devices

Partial check using Device

Designated system

D

Maneuver devices*

Partial proficiency check using device*

Designated maneuver(s)

E

Simulator C/D or aircraft #

Proficiency check using simulator C/D Or aircraft*

Designated maneuver(s) except takeoff and landings

# = New pilot type rating is normally assigned

* = FFS or aircraft may be used to accomplish specific maneuvers

 

 

 

 

5.           Operator Differences Requirements Tables (ODR)

 

ODR tables are included in Appendix B. They consist of Design, Maneuver and System Difference Tables.

 

 

6.           FSB Specifications for Training

 

Training Requirements

Training must meet 14 CFR Part 61 requirements for the addition of a LR-JET Type Rating.

 

SIC training is mandatory in accordance with 14 CFR 61.55 for airmen, who will be serving as a SIC on the LR-35/36 LEAR4EVER in U.S. operations.

 

SIC training that will lead to a Second-in-Command pilot type rating in the LR-JET is in accordance with 14 CFR 61.55. A Second-in- Command type rating and training is required by 14 CFR 61.55(a)(3), (d), and (e), for international operations in accordance with International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards.

 

Training curriculums should include the use of Interactive Computer Based Instruction (ICBI), Cockpit Procedures Trainer (CPT) and FMS trainers as the minimum medium for pilot training. The following manuals should be reviewed and/or included as part of training curriculum:

 

 

Operator training in the LR-35/36-LEAR4EVER should emphasize the differences between the original analog gauge instrument installation and the electronic flat panel “glass” display Universal EFI-890R and LEAR4EVER Suite upgrade package. Operator differences training should be accomplished in accordance with the MDR table in Appendix A of this report.

 

The FSB recommends that training be set at Level D for the Universal EFI-890R component of the LEAR4EVER upgrade package. If flight crews are trained, qualified and current in other aircraft requiring a type rating with electronic flat panel “glass” displays similar to the Universal EFI-890R, training may be set at Level C. The FSB recommends that the minimum level of training for all other components of the LEAR4EVER upgrade package be set at Level C.

 

The FSB recommends that differences training be accomplished at the Levels established in the MDR Table (Appendix A). When crewmembers are assigned from one aircraft to the other, operators and training providers must ensure that the level of training given is adequate for crewmembers to fully understand the differences between the flight deck layouts and avionics system controls in the LR-35/36 and the LR-35/36-LEAR4EVER.

 

Interactive computer based training, computer based training, FTD-6, FFS or the aircraft is suitable to instill the necessary knowledge. Operators and training providers are responsible for the availability of equipment or devices, with simulated panel and instrument indications which allows the manipulation of system controls and switches by all crewmembers during training.

 

 

7.           FSB Specifications for Checking

 

The FSB recommends that checking is set at Level D for the Universal EFI-890R component of the LEAR4EVER upgrade package. If flight crews who are trained, qualified and current in other aircraft requiring a type rating with electronic flat panel “glass” displays similar to the Universal EFI-890R, checking may be set at Level C. All other components of the LEAR4EVER upgrade package may be set at Level C requirements.

 

During checking, crewmember knowledge and proficiency of the Universal EFI-890R, Universal UNS-1Lw FMS and other components that make up the LEAR4EVER upgrade package should be evaluated.

 

 

8.           FSB Specification for Currency

 

Currency is required by 14 CFR 135.247 and 61.57. The FSB recommends that currency is set at Level D for the Universal EFI-890R component of the LEAR4EVER upgrade package. If flight crews who are trained, qualified and current in other aircraft requiring a type rating with electronic flat panel “glass” displays similar to the Universal EFI-890R, currency may be set at Level C. All other components of the LEAR4EVER upgrade package may be set at Level C requirements.

 

If crewmembers have not operated the LR-35/36-LEAR4EVER within the past 6 calendar months, operators should re-establish currency for their crewmembers by providing training, checking and currency requirements maintained in accordance with the MDR and ODR Tables listed in this FSB Report .

 

Landing currency is common to all LR-JET models.

 

 

9.           FSB Specifications for Devices and Simulators

 

All requests for the use of training devices or flight simulators in an operator’s training program, or at a Part 142 approved training center or other training provider should be addressed to the appropriate FSDO. Requests for device or simulator approval should be made through the POI. Guidance is available in 14 CFR 60. POIs should seek additional assistance through the FAA’s National Simulator Program (NSP) Office.

 

The training and checking requirements of 14 CFR Part 61, Subpart K of Part 91 and Part 135, as well as the ATP/Type Rating PTS, allow partial or full credit in approved training devices and simulators. The FSB recommends that systems integration training be accomplished, if possible in a CPT, FTD, FFS, or the aircraft with ground power available.

 

Acceptable equipment or devices are those that replicate the installation, functionality and operation of the LEAR4EVER Suite Upgrade package in the LR-35/36 LEAR4EVER airplanes. Examples of suitable equipment or devices that meet this intent are CPTs, FTDs, FFSs and the aircraft.

 

 

10.       Aircraft Regulatory Compliance

 

AIRCRAFT REGULATORY COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST – The Aircraft Regulatory Compliance Checklist is of benefit to the FAA Certificate Holding District Office (CHDO) and assigned principal inspectors because it identifies regulatory and operational requirements for which compliance has already been demonstrated to the FAA for a particular type aircraft or variant model. The LR-35/36 has been in service since 1974 and has met all regulatory operational requirements. The LR-35/36 LEAR4EVER FSB did not complete a new regulatory compliance checklist for the LR-35/36, nor did it update an existing compliance checklist.

 

It is the responsibility of the CHDO to review compliance with FAA rules, policies and processes before the LR-35/36 LEAR4EVER is approved for entry into commercial service.

 

PROVING AND VALIDATION TESTS – Proving and validation tests, which may be required by an operator to comply with the requirements of 14 CFR Part 135.145 or 14 CFR Part 91.1041, should be conducted in accordance with FAA Order 8900.1, Volume 3, Chapter 29. For mixed fleet operators, a representative amount of proving / validation flights should be completed in the LR-35/36 LEAR4EVER.

 

FORWARD OBSERVER SEAT – A forward observer seat on or near the flight deck, equipped with a headset or speaker, seat belt, oxygen, ventilation and lighting, is required. This seat is provided for use during enroute inspections as required by 14 CFR 135.75 (b) and for the administration of flight tests leading to pilot certification or operating privileges. The most forward cabin seat in the LR-35/36 LEAR4EVER is used for this purpose.

 

11.       Alternate Means of Compliance to this Report

The FSB chairman should be consulted by the POI when alternate means of compliance, other than those specified in this report, are proposed. The FAA General Aviation and Commercial Division, AFS-800, or the FAA Air Transportation Division, AFS-200, must approve alternate means of compliance. If an alternate means of compliance is sought, operators will be required to submit a proposed alternate means for approval that provides an equivalent level of safety to the provisions of AC 120-53 and this FSB Report. Analysis, demonstrations, proof of concept testing, differences documentation, and/or other evidence may be required.

 

 

APPENDIX A – MDR TABLE

 

 

AIRPLANE TYPE RATING:

LR-JET

 

 

FROM AIRPLANE

 

 

 

 

TO AIRPLANE

 

 

 

 

 

 

LR-35/36

 

 

LR-35/36 LEAR4EVER

 

 

LR-35/36

 

 

N/A

 

NOT EVALUATED

 

LR-35/36 LEAR4EVER

 

D*/D**/D***

 

N/A

 

 

NOTES

 

* The training level for flight crews who are trained and qualified in other type rated aircraft with electronic flat panel “glass” displays may be set at Level C.

 

** The checking level for flight crews who are trained and qualified in the LR-35/36 LEAR4EVER or other type rated aircraft with electronic flat panel “glass” displays may be set at Level C.

 

*** The currency level for flight crews who are trained and qualified in the LR-35/36 LEAR4EVER or other type rated aircraft with electronic flat panel “glass” displays and have flown aircraft with electronic flat panel “glass” displays within the previous 180 days may be set at Level C.

 

 

 

APPENDIX B – ODR TABLES

 

 

Operator Differences Requirements

 

 

Definitions used in the ODR Tables:

X                       = Pilot’s Operating Handbook and or Flight Manual Supplement

CBT           = Computer Based Training

ICBT         = Interactive Computer Based Training

FTD-6   = Level 6 Flight Training Device

CPT           = Cockpit Procedure Trainer

AC             = Aircraft

 

 

 

Learjet 35/36 LEAR4EVER  

 

 

 

 

 

DIFFERENCE AIRCRAFT: Learjet 35/36 LEAR4EVER

BASE AIRCRAFT: Learjet 35/36

APPROVED BY

  (POI)____________________________                                  

COMPLIANCE METHOD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAINING

CHKG/CURR

MANEUVER

REMARKS

FLT

CHAR

PROC

CHNG

LVL

A

LVL

B

LVL

C

LVL

D

CHK

CURR

PTS Maneuvers

No Changes

No

No

X

 

 

 

A

A

 

 

 

DIFFERENCE AIRCRAFT: Learjet 35/36 LEAR4EVER

BASE AIRCRAFT: Learjet 35/36

APPROVED BY

  (POI)____________________________                                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAINING

CHKG/CURR

SYSTEM

REMARKS

FLT

CHAR

PROC

CHNG

LVL

A

LVL

B

LVL

C

LVL

D

CHK

CURR

22 Auto Flight

 

No

No

 

 

X

 

A

A

23 Communications

Universal Avionic Radio Control Unit (RCU) replaces …

No

Minor

X

 

 

 

A

A

34 Navigation

Universal Avionics EFI-890R replaces pilot and co-pilot original ADI, HSI, Mach / Airspeed, Altimeter, RMI, Vertical Speed Indicators, Pilot Radio Altimeter indicator and Radar display.

No

Major

 

 

FTD-6 or AC

FTD-6 or AC

D/C

D/C

34 Navigation

Universal Avionics Vision 1 Synthetic Vision System added.

No

Major

 

 

FTD-6 or AC

FTD-6 or AC

D/C

D/C

34 Navigation

Universal Avionics UNS-1Fw FMS replaces original NAV/RNAV

No

Major

 

 

CBT

ICBT

 

C

C

34 Navigation

Dual Rockwell Collins AHS-100A Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS) added.

No

Minor

X

 

 

 

A

A

34 Navigation

Pilot/Copilot Primary Flight Display Control Panel (PDCP) added.

No

Minor

X

 

 

 

A

A

34 Navigation

Pilot/Copilot Navigation Source Control Panel (NSCP) added.

No

Minor

X

 

 

 

A

A

34 Navigation

L3 Avionics GH-3100 Electronic Standby Instrument System (ESIS) replaces Standby instruments, Electro-pneumatic standby Altitude/Airspeed and Attitude instruments.

No

Minor

X

 

 

 

A

A

34 Navigation

Rockwell Collins TCAS-4000 Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) added.

No

Minor

X

 

 

 

A

A