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Aircraft Operating ManualBy Coolsky, 2018Version 2.0

DC-9 Classic – AOMTABLE OF CONTENTSDC-9 Classic – Aircraft Operating ManualSECTIONSSECTION 1:EMERGENCY6TSECTION 2:6TLIMITATIONS6TSECTION 3:6TNORMAL OPERATING PROCEDURES6TSECTION 4:6TPLANNING & PERFORMANCE6TSECTION 5:6TAIRCRAFT GENERALSECTION 6:6T6TICE & RAIN PROTECTION6TSECTION 7:6TELECTRICAL6TSECTION 8:6TFIRE PROTECTION6TSECTION 9:6TAIRCRAFT FUEL6T6TSECTION 10: PNEUMATICS, AIR CONDITIONING & PRESSURIZATION6T6TSECTION 11: HYDRAULICS, BRAKES & LANDING GEAR6TSECTION 12: FLIGHT CONTROLS6T6TSECTION 13: INST/NAV/COMM6T6TSECTION 14: AUTO FLIGHT SYSTEM6T6TSECTION 15: OXYGEN6T6TSECTION 16: POWERPLANT & AUXILIARY POWER6TSECTION 17: WEIGHT & BALANCE6T6TSECTION 18: MANEUVERS & PROCEDURES6T6TCoolsky, 20186T6T

DC-9 Classic – AOMTABLE OF CONTENTSDC-9 Classic – Aircraft Operating ManualTABLE OF CONTENTSSECTION 1:EMERGENCY6T06TTABLE OF CONTENTS . 1GENERAL . 4EMERGENCY CHECKLIST . 5ENGINE FAILURE/INFLIGHT ENGINE SHUTDOWN . 8ENGINE FIRE/SEVERE DAMAGE OR SEPARATION . 9TWO-ENGINE FLAMEOUT. 12COMPLETE LOSS OF AC POWER . 14COCKPIT/CABIN SMOKE OR FUMES EVACUATION. 17APU FIRE . 19ELECTRICAL SMOKE OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN . 20CRASH LANDING OR DITCHING. 25EMERGENCY EVACUATION . 27AIR CONDITIONING SMOKE . 29RUNAWAY STABILIZER . 30STABILIZER FLOAT . 31RAPID DECOMPRESSION . 32EMERGENCY DESCENT . 33TAIL COMPARTMENT TEMP HIGH . 34AIR CONDITIONING SUPPLY PRESSURE ZERO . 38AIR CONDITIONING SUPPLY TEMP HI LIGHT ON . 39AUTOMATIC PRESSURIZATION CONTROL INOP OR ERRATIC . 40DESCENT WITH ONLY ONE ENGINE HP BLEED AVAILABLE . 40FLOW LIGHT ON . 41APU EGT HIGH . 41APU WILL NOT SHUT DOWN . 42APU INFLIGHT WINDMILL START. 42APU OIL PRESSURE LOW AND/OR APU OIL TEMP HI LIGHT ON. 43APU GENERATOR OFF . 43ANTI-SKID CAUTION LIGHT(S) ON DURING APPROACH . 44BRAKE COOLING. 46WINDSHIELD HEAT INOP . 47CRACKED WINDSHIELD . 47AC CROSSTIE LOCKOUT, AC BUS OFF, GEN OFF, AND DC BUS OFF LIGHT ON . 48AC EMER BUS OFF LIGHT ON . 51CSD OIL PRESSURE LOW LIGHT ON . 53DC EMER BUS OFF LIGHT ON . 54DC TRANSFER BUS OFF LIGHT ON . 55L OR R GEN OFF LIGHT ON . 56CSD OIL OUTLET TEMP HIGH OR RISING (CAUTION ZONE) . 58DC POWER OFF LIGHT ON . 59INTERMITTENT AC POWER INTERRUPTIONS . 61FIRE DETECTOR LOOP LIGHT ON (NO FIRE INDICATION) . 63ABNORMAL RUDDER CONTROL . 64FLAP/RUDDER STOP INOP LIGHT ON IN FLIGHT . 65POWER RUDDER INOPERATIVE . 6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6TCoolsky, 2018

DC-9 Classic – AOMTABLE OF CONTENTSDC-9 Classic – Aircraft Operating ManualRUDDER CONTROL MANUAL LIGHT ON IN FLIGHT . 66RUDDER TRAVEL UNRESTRICTED LIGHT NOT ON DURING LANDING . 68RUDDER TRAVEL UNRESTRICTED LIGHT ON (ABOVE 177 KIAS) . 70AUTO SPOILERS DO NOT USE LIGHT ON . 70SPOILER PANEL WILL NOT RETRACT. 71OUT OF TRIM LIGHT REMAINS ON . 73STABILIZER TRIM INOPERATIVE IN FLIGHT. 74SLAT DISAGREEMENT LIGHT ON . 76STALL INDICATION FAILURE LIGHT COMES ON DURING FLIGHT . 77GPWS INOP LIGHT ON . 78OVERSPEED WARNING SOUNDS EARLIER THAN SCHEDULED . 79PITOT/STATIC SYSTEM MALFUNCTION . 80LOSS OF RADOME . 82CENTER TANK FAILS TO FEED . 84DEPLETED FUEL . 85INLET FUEL PRESS LOW LIGHT ON, ONE BOOST PUMP ON IN EACH MAIN TANK. 86MINIMUM FUEL APPROACH . 87MINIMUM FUEL GO-AROUND . 88FUEL LEAK . 89HYDRAULIC PRESS LOW LIGHT ON . 91HYDRAULIC QUANTITY LOW OR DROPPING . 92HYD TEMP HI LIGHT ILLUMINATED . 95LANDING WITH NO HYDRAULIC PRESSURE . 96AIRFOIL ICE PROT PRESS ABNORMAL LIGHT ON/AIRFOIL ICE PROTECTION IN USE . 97AIRFOIL ICE PROT PRESS ABNORMAL LIGHT ON/AIRFOIL ICE PROT NOT IN USE. 99AIRFOIL ICE PROT REQUIRED WITH BLEED AIR AVAILABLE FROM ONE ENGINE . 99ICE PROTECT SUPPLY PRESS HI LIGHT ON . 100ICE PROTECT TEMP HI LIGHT ON . 100ICE PROTECT TEMP LOW LIGHT ON . 101RAPID RISE IN CABIN PRESSURE (AIRFOIL ICE PROTECTION ON) . 101TAIL DEICE ON LIGHT DOES NOT COME ON . 102TAIL DEICE ON LIGHT GOES OUT IMMEDIATELY WHEN TAIL PB IS RELEASED . 102TAIL DEICE ON LIGHT REMAINS ON CONTINUOUSLY . 103WING ANTI-ICE ON LIGHT FAILS TO COME ON . 104ENGINE VALVE (L OR R) . 105WINDSHIELD HEAT INOPERATIVE . 106LANDING GEAR EXTENSION REQUIRED AFTER RIGHT HYD QTY AND PRESS LOSS . 107LANDING GEAR CONTROL HANDLE JAMMED IN UP POSITION . 109LANDING GEAR CONTROL HANDLE WILL NOT MOVE UP . 110LANDING GEAR UNSAFE LIGHT ON, GEAR HANDLE DOWN . 112LANDING GEAR UNSAFE LIGHT ON, GEAR HANDLE UP . 114LANDING WITH GEAR DOOR OPEN LIGHT ON (LANDING GEAR EXTENDED) . 115UNSATISFACTORY UPLATCH CHECK. 116LANDING GEAR INDICATOR LIGHTS FAILURE . 117HIGH PNEUMATIC PRESSURE . 118RADIO FAN OFF LIGHT ON . 119NO EGT INDICATION ON STARTUP . 120EGT BELOW NORMAL ON START . 122ABNORMAL FUEL FLOW INDICATION ON START (HOT START) . 122ENGINE FAILS TO ACCELERATE TO IDLE (HUNG START). T6TCoolsky, 2018

DC-9 Classic – AOMTABLE OF CONTENTSDC-9 Classic – Aircraft Operating ManualNO ENGINE N 1 INDICATION ON START. 124NO ENGINE N 2 INDICATION ON START. 124OIL PRESSURE LOW LIGHT ON AFTER START . 125NO OIL PRESSURE RISE ON START . 125OIL STRAINER CLOGGING LIGHT ON AFTER START . 126STARTER VALVE OPEN LIGHT ON AFTER START (ON THE GROUND) . 126EGT INOP OR READS HIGH . 127EPR ERRATIC OR FIXED . 128FUEL FILTER PRESSURE DROP LIGHT ON . 129FUEL FLOW INOPERATIVE. 129HIGH FUEL FLOW . 130LOW OIL PRESSURE AND/OR OIL PRESSURE LOW LIGHT ON . 131OIL PRESSURE ABOVE 55 PSI . 132DECREASING OIL QUANTITY . 132INCREASING OIL QUANTITY . 132OIL STRAINER CLOGGING LIGHT ON IN FLIGHT . 133HIGH OIL TEMPERATURE. 133N 1 OR N 2 OVERSPEED . 134ENG REVERSE UNLOCK LIGHT ON IN FLIGHT . 135INADVERTENT IN FLIGHT THRUST REVERSAL . 136REVERSER ACCUMULATOR LOW LIGHT ON . 137FUEL HEAT ON LIGHT ON (UNCOMMANDED) . 139ENGINE SURGING OR POPPING (FORWARD THRUST). 140INFLIGHT ENGINE START . 141ENGINE SHUTDOWN. 143ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE APPROACH AND LANDING . 144TAILPIPE FIRE OR TORCHING DURING ENGINE START OR SHUTDOWN . 145STARTER VALVE OPEN LIGHT ON IN FLIGHT . 147ENGINE PNEUMATIC CROSSBLEED START . T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6TSECTION 2:LIMITATIONS6T06TTABLE OF CONTENTS . 1GENERAL . 2AIRSPEEDS . 3WEIGHTS . 36T6T6T6T6T6T6T6TSECTION 3:NORMAL OPERATING PROCEDURES6T6T0TABLE OF CONTENTS . 1GENERAL . 2NORMAL PROCEDURE CHECKLIST. 4SAFETY & POWER ON . 7STARTING THE APU . 10ORIGINATING/RECEIVING . 11BEFORE START . 18ENGINE STARTING . 20AFTER START . 22BEFORE TAKEOFF . 24AFTER TAKE-OFF . sky, 2018

DC-9 Classic – AOMTABLE OF CONTENTSDC-9 Classic – Aircraft Operating ManualPRELIMINARY LANDING . 28LANDING . 29AFTER LANDING . 30PARKING & SECURING. 316T6T6T6T6T6T6T6TSECTION 4:PLANNING & PERFORMANCE6T06TTABLE OF CONTENTS . 1GENERAL . 3V-SPEEDS. 5TAKEOFF & CLIMB . 7CRUISE . 10LONG RANGE CRUISE TABLES. 11LONG RANGE CRUISE – 11,000 FEET . 12LONG RANGE CRUISE – 11,000 FEET . 13LONG RANGE CRUISE – 13,000 FEET . 14LONG RANGE CRUISE – 13,000 FEET . 15LONG RANGE CRUISE – 15,000 FEET . 16LONG RANGE CRUISE – 15,000 FEET . 17LONG RANGE CRUISE – 17,000 FEET . 18LONG RANGE CRUISE – 17,000 FEET . 19LONG RANGE CRUISE – 19,000 FEET . 20LONG RANGE CRUISE – 19,000 FEET . 21LONG RANGE CRUISE – 21,000 FEET . 22LONG RANGE CRUISE – 21,000 FEET . 23LONG RANGE CRUISE – 23,000 FEET . 24LONG RANGE CRUISE – 23,000 FEET . 25LONG RANGE CRUISE – 25,000 FEET . 26LONG RANGE CRUISE – 25,000 FEET . 27LONG RANGE CRUISE – 27,000 FEET . 28LONG RANGE CRUISE – 27,000 FEET . 29LONG RANGE CRUISE – 29,000 FEET . 30LONG RANGE CRUISE – 29,000 FEET . 31LONG RANGE CRUISE – 31,000 FEET . 32LONG RANGE CRUISE – 31,000 FEET . 33LONG RANGE CRUISE – 33,000 FEET . 34LONG RANGE CRUISE – 33,000 FEET . 35LONG RANGE CRUISE – 35,000 FEET . 36LONG RANGE CRUISE – 35,000 FEET . 37GO-AROUND . 38ENGINE OUT . 39FUEL CONSERVATION PROCEDURES . 41CRUISE PROCEDURES . 42FLIGHT PLANNING . 44FLIGHT TIME AND FUEL PLANNING CHART: 35,000 – 33,000 FEET . 45FLIGHT TIME AND FUEL PLANNING CHART: 31,000 – 29,000 FEET . 46FLIGHT TIME AND FUEL PLANNING CHART: 27,000 – 25,000 FEET . 47FLIGHT TIME AND FUEL PLANNING CHART: 23,000 – 21,000 FEET . 48FLIGHT TIME AND FUEL PLANNING CHART: 19,000 – 17,000 FEET . 49FLIGHT TIME AND FUEL PLANNING CHART: 15,000 – 13,000 FEET . 6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6TCoolsky, 2018

DC-9 Classic – AOMTABLE OF CONTENTSDC-9 Classic – Aircraft Operating ManualFLIGHT TIME AND FUEL PLANNING CHART: 7,000 FEET . 51ALTERNATE PLANNING . 52CRUISE ALTITUDE SELECTION . 53CLIMB CAPABILITY . 54CRUISE SPEED ADJUSTMENT FOR WIND . 55DESCENT DISTANCE . 56HOLDING – FLAPS UP . 576T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6TSECTION 5:AIRCRAFT GENERAL6T06TTABLE OF CONTENTS . 1DIMENSIONS . 2COMPARTMENTS . 3INTERIOR ARRANGEMENT . 4COCKPIT ARRANGEMENT . 5AFT OVERHEAD SWITCH PANEL . 6FORWARD OVERHEAD SWITCH PANEL . 7GLARESHIELD AND UPPER INSTRUMENT PANEL . 8CAPTAIN’S INSTRUMENT PANEL . 9CENTER INSTRUMENT PANEL . 10FORWARD CONTROL PEDESTAL . 11AFT CONTROL PEDESTAL . 12FLIGHT COMPARTMENT LIGHTING . 13EXTERNAL LIGHTING . 15CABIN STANDBY LIGHTING. 16PASSENGER INFORMATION SIGNS . 16ANNUNCIATOR PANEL, MASTER CAUTION & MASTER WARNING LIGHTS . 17DC-9-30 ANNUNCIATOR PANEL . 6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6TSECTION 6:ICE & RAIN PROTECTION6T06TTABLE OF CONTENTS . 1GENERAL . 2CONTROLS AND INDICATORS . 3WARNING AND CAUTION INDICATORS . 46T6T6T6T6T6T6T6TSECTION 7:ELECTRICAL6T06TTABLE OF CONTENTS . 1GENERAL . 2FUNCTIONAL SCHEMATIC – AC SYSTEM . 4FUNCTIONAL SCHEMATIC – DC SYSTEM . 5CONTROLS AND INDICATORS . 6WARNING AND CAUTION INDICATORS . 9OPERATING RANGES . 10CIRCUIT BREAKER LISTING – ALPHABETICALLY BY CIRCUIT BREAKER . 12CIRCUIT BREAKER LISTING – ALPHABETICALLY BY POWER SOURCE(S) . 216T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6T6TCoolsky, 2018

DC-9 Classic – AOMTABLE OF CONTENTSDC-9 Classic – Aircraft Operating ManualSECTION 8:FIRE PROTECTION6T06TTABLE OF CONTENTS . 1GENERAL . 2CONTROLS AND INDICATORS . 3WARNING AND CAUTION INDICATORS . 56T6T6T6T6T6T6T6TSECTION 9:AIRCRAFT FUEL6T06TTABLE OF CONTENTS . 1GENERAL . 2FUNCTIONAL SCHEMATIC .

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