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VIP Lounge :
Validity extension of the existing items for ATR 72 : Mod 6032
and Mod 5928 (Front Pax door)
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MMEL 52 items 111

Preamble improved.
PREAMBLE
Interphone system improved.
MMEL 23
Gust Lock item: (m) added (see DDG section) , item
MMEL 27
reviewed for Aileron and Elevator, and mod configuration MMEL 27 (page 2A)
customization updated.
PIU and associated propeller speed selection: Note added. MMEL 61 (page1A)
UPTRIM light: wording correction (one or more)
MMEL 73
TQ Indicators item: note added in case of needle inop.
MMEL 77

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Display Unit item (for 600 version)


and DU switch reversion (for 600 version)

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MMEL 31 60-6
MMEL 77 11-2

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- NL indicator (for 600 version only) updated: 0 required for


dispatch in case of NL considered inoperative.
- NH & NL items simplified for all the models, as for the 72s
PW124B engines do not need Mod3330 any longer.

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ATR ALL MODELS NEW MMEL


This first issue, replace the following previous versions of
ATR MMELs dated NOV 06:
ATR42-200/300/320 at Normal Revision 21
ATR42-400/500 at Normal Revision 11
FEB 08
ATR72-100/200/210/212A at Normal Revision 17
This new ALL MODELS MMEL must be used in conjunction
with the new DDG Dispatch Deviation Guide.
MMEL and DDG are available under the same binder with
adapted dividers.
DDG TR n01 JUN 08 integration
Review of all (o) and (m) references in MMEL (addition or suppression)
and review of the DDG for associated / missing procedures
Mention added in the inside cover page : JAA ACCEPTED

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Numerous corrections/addition on technical subjects :


- Extended overwater flight regulation reference
- Review of the VHF system
- Interphone system, flight deck to flight deck refer to proper
items
- PTT switch on Wheel : wording correction
- Item for Cockpit video surveillance added
- Toilet smoke detection system : wording correction
- Feeder tank jet pump : fuel quantity unusable correction
- Refueling panel sub item fuel preselector added
- Pitot : only STBY suppressed for one may be inoperative
- Mode SEL AUTO added
- Ice detection, IEP and Icing AOA light simplified
NOV 08
- MPC item reviewed and detailed in function
- FDAU item added
- New page for MCDU : each configuration described properly
- Strobe Light : (if installed) precision added
- Beacon light : item entirely reviewed
- IEP light : repair category for daylight operations is now in C
- Ceiling emergency lightning item added
- Emergency exit signs : item renumbered to 50-4
- ADF receiver : wording improvement and - for number required
- VOR navigation system item added with page reference to p2C
- ACAS : page reference updated
- GPS/GNSS : deletion of D - 0 , page reference updated and item
renumbered to 58-1
- VOR navigation system item description
- ACAS item description
- Pax O system entirely reviewed valid for all ATR models
- Service door hold open device : C 1 0 added
- Emergency exits : wording correction
- ERIU entirely reviewed

Chapter involved

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ALL MMEL chapter
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COVER PAGE

MMEL PREAMBLE
MMEL 23 p1
MMEL 23 p2
MMEL 23 p3
MMEL 23 p3
MMEL 26 p1
MMEL 28 p1
MMEL 28 p1
MMEL 30 p2
MMEL 30 p3
MMEL 30 p4
MMEL 31 p1
MMEL 31 p1
MMEL 31 p1A
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MMEL 33 p2
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MMEL 34 p2
MMEL 34 p2
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MMEL TR n01 JUL 09 integration: VIP Lounge / front pax door

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Corrections and Improvements:


- Underfloor valve and Extract fan: improvement
- Autopilot disconnect aural alert: wording validity
- Interphone system : sub-item Handsets
- Wording corrections: (if installed)
- AFR AIR BLEED FAULT alert: wording correction
- MPC (APM): (o) and (m) procedure reference corrected
- Master warning and caution lights improvements
- Wording correction
- Marker beacon system: C repair interval category and
improvement of the conditions
- GPWS: windshear mode deleted (not applicable on ATR)
- VOR: improvements following TGL26
- ACAS: improvement on TA and RA display
- Improvements on PCU and NP indicator
- TQ indicator: (m) procedure reference
New Items or major improvements:
- ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter)
- AFT Smoke detection fans
- FAST/SLOW selection for Wipers improvement
- ILS
- Portable Oxygen bottle
- EFB (Electronic Flight Bag)
- AUX AFT Cargo door (class C) if installed
- PIU (Propeller Interface Unit): for ATRs fitted with Electronic
Regulation only
- MMEL TR n02 MAR 11 integration.

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- New Avionic Suite (ATR -600 version) impact.

Chapter involved
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MMEL 22 p1
MMEL 23 p2
MMEL 26 p1
MMEL 30 p1
MMEL 31 p1
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MMEL 33 p2A
MMEL 34 p2
MMEL 34 p2A
MMEL 34 p2C
MMEL 34 p2D
MMEL 61 p1&p1A
MMEL 77 p1
MMEL 25 p2
MMEL 26 p1
MMEL 30 p4
MMEL 34 p2 & 2C
MMEL 35 p1
MMEL 46 p1
MMEL 52 p1
MMEL 61 p1A
Most of the chapter are
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Refer to both List of
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of MMEL and DDG.

MMEL NORMAL REVISION n04


- Blanking of TR03 (Jul11), TR04(Jan12), TR05(Apr12)

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DEC 12

Corrections and improvements:


- PREAMBLE-GENERAL: introduction of the intended flight route
- MMEL GLOSSARY: updated glossary
- HDG SEL pushbutton: wording correction.
- DC SVCE & UTLY BUS: item title correction.
- DC generator channel : deleted reference (m)
- Pitch elevators coupling system: effectivity correction.
- Windshields wiper : item update with high/low speed function
- EFCP: wording correction.
- STROBE light: D repair interval category and improvement of the
conditions.
- LOGO light: updated condition
- BEACON light: 2 number installed and condition wording correction.
- IEP light: improvement of the condition.
- Marker beacon system: introduction of the intended flight route
- Weather radar: wording correction.
- Radome bonding adhesive tapes: wording correction.
- Radio altimeter system: updated with mod 3756.
- Radio altimeter system: updated with mod 5967.
- Distance Measuring equipment: improvement of the condition.

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MMEL TR n01 JUL 09 integration: VIP Lounge / front pax door

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Corrections and Improvements:


- Underfloor valve and Extract fan: improvement
- Autopilot disconnect aural alert: wording validity
- Interphone system : sub-item Handsets
- Wording corrections: (if installed)
- AFR AIR BLEED FAULT alert: wording correction
- MPC (APM): (o) and (m) procedure reference corrected
- Master warning and caution lights improvements
- Wording correction
- Marker beacon system: C repair interval category and
improvement of the conditions
- GPWS: windshear mode deleted (not applicable on ATR)
- VOR: improvements following TGL26
- ACAS: improvement on TA and RA display
- Improvements on PCU and NP indicator
- TQ indicator: (m) procedure reference
New Items or major improvements:
- ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter)
- AFT Smoke detection fans
- FAST/SLOW selection for Wipers improvement
- ILS
- Portable Oxygen bottle
- EFB (Electronic Flight Bag)
- AUX AFT Cargo door (class C) if installed
- PIU (Propeller Interface Unit): for ATRs fitted with Electronic
Regulation only
- MMEL TR n02 MAR 11 integration.

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- New Avionic Suite (ATR -600 version) impact.

Chapter involved
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MMEL 35 p1
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MMEL 61 p1A
Most of the chapter are
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MMEL NORMAL REVISION n04


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Corrections and improvements:


- PREAMBLE-GENERAL: introduction of the intended flight route
- MMEL GLOSSARY: updated glossary
- HDG SEL pushbutton: wording correction.
- DC SVCE & UTLY BUS: item title correction.
- DC generator channel : deleted reference (m)
- Pitch elevators coupling system: effectivity correction.
- Windshields wiper : item update with high/low speed function
- EFCP: wording correction.
- STROBE light: D repair interval category and improvement of the
conditions.
- LOGO light: updated condition
- BEACON light: 2 number installed and condition wording correction.
- IEP light: improvement of the condition.
- Marker beacon system: introduction of the intended flight route
- Weather radar: wording correction.
- Radome bonding adhesive tapes: wording correction.
- Radio altimeter system: updated with mod 3756.
- Radio altimeter system: updated with mod 5967.
- Distance Measuring equipment: improvement of the condition.

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Corrections and improvements:
- ADF Receiver: improvement of the condition.
- ILS: introduction of the intended flight route
- VOR Navigation system : correction of the number required for
dispatch (1)
- Airborne Collision Avoidance System : item updated.
- Service door Hold open device: Item moved on this page.
- HBV discharge flapper: wording and effectivity correction.
- TQ Indicator: deleted reference (o)
- Oil temperature indication: deleted reference (o) and wording correction
New items or major improvements:
- Secondary Handrail.
- Tool Oxygen manual release.
EASA MMEL catch-up , In details:

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Preamble and Generally


- JAA and JAR mention disappeared for EASA and European air operations
regulations.
- Preamble definitions, glossary and LOM slightly updated
- May be inoperative wording has been added where appropriate.
- Wording: operations are limited to one calendar day instead of operations are
limited to not more than one calendar day
Items technical content impacted:
-MMEL 21 item 30-1 : dispatch condition improved about outflow valve
-MMEL 22 item 18-1/18-2/18-3 : homogenization of dispatch condition, except for
600 versions.
-MMEL 22 item 36-4: dispatch condition improved.
-MMEL 23 item 22-1: deletion of interval repair category and number installed, in
accordance with as required by regulations and along with ATA2300.
-MMEL 25 item 45-1: portable protective breathing equipment entirely reviewed
along tgl26.
-MMEL 25 item 80-1: dispatch condition precised
-MMEL 27 item 20-2: item title updated.
-MMEL 27 item 36-1 / 36-2: one ferry flight and report to AFM limitations.
-MMEL 28 item 25-1: (m) intent precised in the dispatch condition.
-MMEL 29 item 32-2: wording correction
-MMEL 30 item 11-4: dispatch condition improved and more accurate.
-MMEL 30 item 21-1: B 2 0 to C 2 1.
-MMEL 30 item 31-1: dispatch condition more accurate with valid TAT to be
selected.
-MMEL 30 item 60-1: additional condition both side windows heating are
operative has been added.
-MMEL 31 item 53-4: Interval repair category precised in front of both sub-item for
clarity purpose
-MMEL 32 item 31-3: item title updated.
-MMEL 33 item 10-1/10-2: lights added and wording reviewed for cargo
operations
-MMEL 33 item 26-1/50-2/50-3/50-4/51-1 : Note added instead of sub item for
cargo operations
-MMEL 33 item 42-1: land light condition in night condition simplified and change
to C 2 1.
-MMEL 33 item 50-2: dispatch condition text reviewed for editorial reason.
-MMEL 34 item 38-1: dispatch condition improved for clarification.
-MMEL 35 item 20-1: (m) deleted as there is no associated maintenance
procedure needed.
-MMEL 46 item 25-1: the EFB item has been completely reviewed.
-MMEL 52 item 12-1: configuration precision added for a dispatch case.
-MMEL 52 item 50-1: item reviewed (sub-items with associated repair interval
category needed clarification) and customized to ATR 72s and ATR 42s
-MMEL 56 item 11-1 / 21-1: wording reviewed for clarification.
-MMEL 61 item 42-1: the (m) intent is reflected in dispatch condition and (o) in
page 1A is removed as no specific procedure is needed.
-MMEL 73 item 23-5: dispatch condition improved for clarification and with the
intent of the (m) procedure.
-MMEL 77 item 00-1 / 13-1: (m) intent is reflected in dispatch condition.

Chapter involved
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LIST of MODIFICATIONS LOM


This generic list gives label informations on the Mod listed in the MMEL-DDG items.
Note: the 600 version, also called as New Avionic Suite refer to :
Mod 5948 for 72-212A Model and for 42-500 Model.
Generic List of Mod encountered in the MMEL-DDG
MOD

TITLE

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01403
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01423
01496
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DOORS.INSTALL FWD PAX PLUG DOOR.


FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELEVATOR - ADD TEST CIRCUIT IN FLIGHT COMPARTMENT
FLIGHT CONTROLS - PITCH TRIM - ADD TEST SYSTEM
AIR CONDITIONING - ELECTRONICS RACKS AIR EXTRACTION - MODIFY WARNING LOGICS
ELECTRICAL POWER - DC BATTERY GENERATION - ADD A TRU
ELECTRICAL POWER - INSTALL TRU ON PROVISION
LANDING GEAR - ADD L/G RETRACTION MANUAL OVERRIDE CONTROL
FUSELAGE - REPLACE ATR 72 (ST2) SECTION 16 BY ATR72 (ST3) SECTION16
ELECTRICAL POWER-DC BATTERY GENERATION-ADD TRU WITH INTEGRATED ELECTRICAL POWER
CENTER (MOD.1445)
ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION - INSTALL EMERGENCY DE-ICING SYSTEM
FIRE PROTECTION - INSTALL ENGINE FITTED WITH INTERNAL OIL FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM (ON
AIRCRAFT PROVISION)
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELEVATORS - INSTALL CLUTCH RECONDITIONING DEVICE (ADAPTATION
SCHEME)
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ELEVATORS - INSTALL CLUTCH RECONDITIONING DEVICE(PRODUCTION
SCHEME)
INDICATING & RECORDING SYSTEMS INSTALL AND ACTIVATE CAA CERTIFIED SOFTWARE IN MFC
SOFTWARE L21
NAVIGATION - INSTALL ONE GPWS MK7 SUNSTRAND FOR 6 APPROACH SLOPE CAPABI- LITY
PROPELLERS - 247F PROPELLER CONTROL - INSTALL ELECTRONIC REGULATION
DOORS - SERVICE DOOR - REPLACE THE OLD OPENING DEVICE BY A NEW RIGID MECHANISM
PROPELLERS 14SF - 11E - PROPELLER CONTROL INSTALL ELECTRONIC REGULATION ON ATR 72200
FLIGHT CONTROLS - AILERONS CONTROLS - INSTALL SPRING TAB
PROPELLERS - PROPELLER CONTROL - INSTALL ACTIVE PHASE CONTROL
GENERAL - PROVIDE LANDING IN FLAPS 25 CONFIG URATION
PROPELLERS - PROPELLER CONTROL - REPLACE PECS
NAVIGATION - ADF2 - INSTALL AN ELECTRICALLY-BONDED ANTENNA SEAL
FUEL QUANTITY INDICATION ADD LOW LEVEL DETECTION SYSTEM
FUEL QUANTITY INDICATION ADD LOW LEVEL DETECTION SYSTEM
PROPELLER - PROPELLER CONTROL - REPLACE PEC (247F PROPELLERS)
NAVIGATION - INSTALL KLN 90B+ GPS
NAVIGATION - KLN90B/RNAV WITH EFIS COMPATIBLE WITH "BRNAV"
LIGHTS - EMERGENCY LIGHTING-GROUND MARKING OF EVACUATION WAY IN PAX CABIN
LIGHTS - PAX COMPARTMENT. LIGHTING - REPLACE ESCAPE PATH MARKING SYSTEM
LIGHTS - PAX COMPARTMENT EXT.LIGHTING - REPLACE ESCAPE PATH MARKING SYSTEM
EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - VIP FWD FUSELAGE CONFIGURATION
EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS - COMPLETE CABIN HARMONY FOR POLYNESIAN GOVERNMENT
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEM - INSTALL AND ACTIVATE MPC
COMMUNICATIONS - INSTALL VIDEO IN CABIN
SYSTEM INTEGRATION & DISPLAY - INSTALL TWO ELECTRONIC FLIGHT BAGS IN COCKPIT
EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS -COMPLETE CABIN HARMONY FOR ZP5
EQUIPMENTS/FURNISHING - ATR42-500 19 SEATS VIP CONFIGURATION
DOORS-FRONT PAX DOOR WITH FRONT SERVICE DOOR CONFIGURATION
EQUIPMENTS/FURNISHINGS - ATR72 VIP CONFIGURATION 40+4+2 SEATS
FLIGHT CONTROLS - ADAPT A/C FOR SPRING TABS RETROFIT (ATR 72)
NAVIGATION - GPS KLN 90B+ INSTALLATION
LIGHTS-PAX COMPARTMENT LIGHTING - REPLACE ESCAPE PATH MARKING SYSTEM
INDICATING/RECORDING SYSTEM - UPGRADE MPC & "BITE" ACTIVATION
INDICATING / RECORDING SYSTEM - INSTALL MPC ON A/C WITH QAR THALES
DOORS-PASSENGERS/CREW DOOR-CONVERT MOTORIZED DOOR INTO MECHANICAL DOOR
NEW AVIONIC SUITE INSTALLATION
NAVIGATION - INSTALL SECOND RADIO ALTIMETER

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I PREAMBLE GOALS and PRINCIPLE


I-1 GOALS
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The European air operations regulations require that all equipment installed on an aircraft in compliance with the
Airworthiness Standards and the Operating Requirements must be operative. However, the Requirements also permit
the use of a Minimum Equipment List (MEL) where compliance with certain equipment requirements in not necessary
in the interests of safety under all operating conditions. Experience has shown that with various levels of redundancy
designed into aircraft, operation of every system or installed component may not be necessary when the remaining
operative equipment can provide an acceptable level of safety.

THE EASA MASTER MINIMUM EQUIPMENT LIST (MMEL), is supplied by the manufacturer ATR (the type certificate
holder) TO IMPROVE AIRCRAFT UTILIZATION AND THEREBY PROVIDE MORE CONVENIENT AND ECONOMIC
AIR TRANSPORTATION FOR THE PUBLIC. THE EASA MMEL INCLUDES THOSE ITEMS OF EQUIPMENT
RELATED TO AIRWORTHINESS AND OPERATING REQUIREMENTS AND OTHER ITEMS OF EQUIPMENT WHICH
THE EASA FINDS MAY BE INOPERATIVE AND YET MAINTAIN AN ACCEPTABLE LEVEL OF SAFETY BY
APPROPRIATE CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS.

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The MMEL is the basis for development of individual operators MEL, which take into consideration the operators
particular aircraft equipment configuration and operational conditions. Equipment not required by the operation being
conducted and equipment in excess of European air operations regulations requirements are included in the MEL with
appropriate conditions and limitations.
An OPERATORS MEL may differ in format from the MMEL, BUT CANNOT BE LESS RESTRICTIVE THAN THE
MMEL. The individual operators MEL, WHEN APPROVED, permits operation of the aircraft with inoperative equipment.
The MMEL MUST NOT BE USED AS AN OPERATORS MEL because it does not take into account:
- Operator-specific requirements, definitions, operations or regulations
- Specific flight operations
- Equipment added or modified by the operator after manufacturer delivery (e.g. Supplemental Type Certificate)

I-2 PRINCIPLE
For the sake of brevity, the MMEL does not include :
- obviously required items such as wings, rudders, flaps, engines, landing gear...
- items which do not affect the airworthiness of the aircraft such as galley equipment, entertainment systems..
- passenger convenience items
HOWEVER, IT IS IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER THAT ALL EQUIPMENT RELATED TO THE AIRWORTHINESS AND
THE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS OF THE AIRCRAFT NOT LISTED IN THE MMEL MUST BE OPERATIVE FOR
EACH FLIGHT.
NOTE 1: Refer to AFM for dispatch without certain structural components (chapter 7, Configuration Deviation List).
NOTE 2: Refer to AFM for dispatch with several systems inoperative (chapter 7.02.00, supplements).
Suitable conditions and limitations in the form of placards, maintenance procedures, crew operating procedures and
other restrictions as necessary are specified in the MEL to ensure that an acceptable level of safety is maintained.
The MEL is intended to permit operation with inoperative items of equipment for a period of time until repairs can be
accomplished. It is important that repairs be accomplished at the earliest opportunity. In order to maintain an acceptable
level of safety and reliability the MMEL establishes limitations on the duration of and conditions for operation with
inoperative equipment. The MEL provides for release of the aircraft for flight with inoperative equipment. Operators are
to establish a controlled and sound rectification program including the parts, personnel, facilities, procedures and
schedules to ensure timely rectification.
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When an item of equipment is discovered to be inoperative, it is reported by making an entry in the Aircraft Maintenance
Record/Logbook as prescribed by European air operations regulations. The item is then either rectified or may be
deferred per the MEL or other approval means acceptable to the competent Authority prior to further operation. MEL
conditions and limitations do not relieve the operator from determining that the aircraft is in condition for safe operation
with items of equipment inoperative.

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I-2 PRINCIPLE (Continued)
Operators are responsible for exercising the necessary operational control to ensure that an acceptable level of safety is
maintained and to evaluate the new operational capability of the aircraft.
The exposure to additional failures during continued operation with inoperative systems or components must also be
considered. Wherever possible account has been taken in this MMEL of multiple inoperative items. However, it is
unlikely that all possible combinations of this nature have been accounted for. Therefore, when operating with multiple
inoperative items, the interrelationships between those items and the effect on aircraft operation and crew workload
must be considered.
WHEN USING THE MEL, COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATED INTENT OF THE PREAMBLE, DEFINITIONS AND
THE CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS SPECIFIED IN THE MEL IS REQUIRED.

II PREAMBLE GENERAL
II-1 PRESENTATION OF THE MMEL
Presentation:
This ATR MMEL may be used for all ATR models. You will find hereafter some exemples with indications about how
to read and understand the customization of our new MMEL.
- In the top of each page, a first level of customization in Blue color precises that all the items in the page are
FOR or are NOT FOR the indicated models and/or indicated configuration.
It is recommended that the operator pay particular attention to each page variant in which it can find its
configuration.
- Blue color is also used for an additional or thiner customization level in items and/or conditions.
- Green color is used for optional item: if installed.
- Purple color refers to definitions stated in page 6 of the preamble.
IMPORTANT NOTE, New Avionic Suite vs All Other models: All the differences (impact of -600 version or New
Avionic Suite) are precised in some items or in some whole ATA pages (all items of the pages). Precisions are
shown (in Blue color as stated above) in the top of page or in the item itself following the different presentation
cases.
Example 1:
MMEL ATA Chapter

In this example, page 1 of


MMEL 77 contains item
information for all ATR
models.

This item TSCU is


applicable only for ATR
42-300/320 models

(1) is an exception for


ATR 72-201/202 models;
without repair interval
category specified and
the number required
equal to the number
installed constitute a NO
GO item.
(2) is a second
exception for ATR 42, 72201/202 with modification
3330 and 72211/212/212A.

Definitions in
purple color are
detailed on page 6
Definitions
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II-1 PRESENTATION OF THE MMEL (Continued)
Example 2:

Page 1A of MMEL 22
chapter. This page
contains some specific
information precised
just below

In this example, page


1A of MMEL 22
contains item
information for all ATR
models and must be
applied to those that
are fitted with
modifications 4890 or
8188 and without
modification 5022.

Example 3:

This precision
indicates that
there is an
additional
applicable
condition for ATR
42-400/500 and
ATR 72 models.

Optional equipment.

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II-1 PRESENTATION OF THE MMEL (Continued)
Column 1 : System and sequence numbers - Item
Identifies the system by ATA classification and the item. It indicates the equipment, systems, components
for which dispatch conditions apply. An if installed annotation indicates that the listed item is not
applicable to all models or configurations. It does not imply that the aircraft may be operated, in
accordance with the MMEL, with the item removed, unless clearly indicated in the associated REMARKS
or CONDITIONS column (5) of the MMEL.
Column 2 : Rectification interval
For each applicable item, the rectification interval column indicates the rectification interval category.
Each category is defined according to the following JAR-MMEL/MEL definitions:
- Category A
No standard time interval is specified, however, items in this category shall be repaired in
accordance with the conditions stated in REMARKS OR CONDITIONS (5) of the MMEL.
(i) Where a time period is specified in calendar days it shall start at 00:01 on the calendar day
following the day of discovery.
(ii) Where a time period is specified in number of flight or flight hours, it shall start at the beginning of
the next flight that follows the discovery.
- Category B
Items in this category shall be repaired within three (3) consecutive calendar days, excluding the
day of discovery. For example, if it was recorded at 10 a.m. on January 26th, the three-day interval
begins at midnight on January 26th, and ends at midnight the January 29th.
- Category C
Items in this category shall be repaired within ten (10) consecutive calendar days (240 hours),
excluding the day of discovery.
- Category D
Items in this category shall be repaired within one hundred and twenty (120) consecutive calendar
days, excluding the day of discovery.
- Dash symbol -
A dash symbol may appear in Column 2, associated with the annotation As required by National
Authorities in Column 5, to indicate that the rectification interval category is not known, because it
depends on national regulations.
Rectification interval extension policy :
The operator may use a procedure for the extension of the applicable rectification intervals B, C, D for
the same duration as specified in the MEL and according to the National Authority provided:
- A description of specific duties and responsibilities for controlling extensions is established by the
operator and accepted by the National Authority, and
- The operator only grants a one time extension of the applicable rectification interval, and
- The National Authority is notified of any extension granted within a timescale acceptable to the
National Authority, and
- Rectification is accomplished at the earliest opportunity.
When accepted by the National Authority according to the conditions above, the application of the
rectification interval policy is not a violation for the MEL to be not less restrictive than the MMEL.

Column 3 : Number installed


Shows the number of installed components, it matches with the type-certificated configuration of the
aircraft.
- Dash - indicates a variable quantity installed on the aircraft.

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II-1 - PRESENTATION OF THE MMEL (continued)
Column 4 : Number required for dispatch
Shows the minimum quantity of components which must be operative for a MMEL dispatch, under the
conditions listed in Column 5 (if any).
- Dash - indicates a variable quantity, minimal required for the dispatchability of the aircraft.
Column 5 : Remarks or exceptions
Gives remarks or conditions linked to a MMEL dispatch. It indicates the suitable conditions and
limitations in the form of placard, maintenance procedures, operational procedures and dispatch
conditions as necessary to ensure that an acceptable level of safety is maintained.
- Asterisk * in column 5 requires inoperative components to be clearly placarded in the cockpit.
- Operational and Maintenance Procedures:
An inoperative equipment may refer to an operational (o) and/or maintenance procedure (m) in the
Dispatch Deviation Guide (DDG), to ensure an acceptable level of safety.
It is the operators responsibility to ensure that all the (o) and/or (m) refer to an appropriate
operational and/or maintenance procedure, or to a procedure established by the operator and
accepted by the National Authority. Then the operator must ensure that these procedures are
appropriately applied.
Both (o) and (m) identifiers used singularly or in conjunction with each other, require that appropriate
procedures be established, published and complied with if flight is accomplished with the item
inoperative.
Operational Procedures
Task mark (o) in column 5 identifies an operational procedure when operating with the associated
inoperative item. Operational procedures may require crew actions, limitations, performance penalties
or crew awareness information to be taken into account.
These procedures are normally carried out by qualified flight or cabin crew, but may be accomplished
by other qualified, approved personnel. However the flight crew must always be informed of the
applicable operational procedure prior to each flight under associated MMEL item.
When flight situation occurs the operational procedures must always be applied under the associated
item (unless its periodicity of application is clearly specified in Column 5)
Maintenance Procedures
Task mark (m) in column 5 identifies a maintenance procedure. These procedures are normally
carried out by maintenance personnel, but some elementary maintenance tasks may be
accomplished by crew members or other qualified, approved personnel. Flight crew can accomplish
some of these elementary (m) procedures but it remains the responsibility of the operator and under
its national authority approval.
However it is recommended that maintenance personnel accomplish procedures that require
specialized knowledge, skills, or the use of tools and test equipment. The maintenance procedures
must always be performed one time before the flight under the associated item and, if applicable,
must be repeated at the interval specified in the Column5
- Different exceptions may be required for dispatch. They will be separated by - OR - and identified
by (1), (2), (3) in column 1.
- Different conditions may be required for dispatch. They will be identified by (a), (b), (c), and
separated by an and.
References
- Another source of information must be reviewed and associated restrictions, and/or procedures
must be applied (e.g. Refer to AFM).
- Another ATA chapter of the MMEL must be reviewed, in order to determine the applicable item. The
repair interval category the most restrictive must be applied.
- References are introduced to assist the Operator in complying with MMEL requirements. However,
as indicated in the PREAMBLE, the Operator is still responsible for determining the applicable
interrelationships and associated requirements.
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II-2 DEFINITIONS
- Inoperative: any time a system and/or component malfunctions to the extent that it does not
accomplish its intended purpose and/or is not consistently functioning within its designed operating
limit(s) or tolerance(s).
- Considered Inoperative: must be treated as inoperative. Therefore the considered inoperative
MMEL item must also be recorded in the Technical log and the associated dispatch exceptions must
be applied, in addition to any applicable (o) and (m) procedure. The shorter rectification interval,
between the initial inoperative item and the considered inoperative item, should be applied.
- Day of discovery: The calendar day that the failure has been recorded in the aircraft maintenance
record/logbook.
- As required by regulation: The listed item must comply with applicable operational regulation.
Operators may refer to the ATC regulation, and/or some local (airport) regulation.
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- ETOPS: refers to operation according to Extended Range operations of twin engine airplanes
requirements.
ETOPS restrictions in this manual are applicable to ETOPS certified aircraft ; refer to the AFM.

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- Extended overwater flight: A flight operated over water at a distance of more than 93 km (50 NM),
or 30 minutes at normal cruising speed, whichever is the lesser, away from land suitable for making
an emergency landing (Refer to OACI Annex 6 parts II)
- Flight: is defined as the period of time that begins the moment at which an aircraft begins to move
by its own means in preparation for take-off, continues during take-off and the applicable flight
phases, and ends when the aircraft lands and comes to a complete stop in its parking area.
- Ferry Flight: non-revenue flight with necessary flight crewmember to conduct a ferry flight.
- Calendar days: Some MMEL items are assigned a time interval in days in REMARKS OR
CONDITIONS column 5. Days must be considered as calendar days, not including the calendar
day that the failure was recorded.
- VMC flight conditions: atmospheric environment allows the flight to proceed under the Visual
Meteorological Conditions applicable to the flight.
- Icing conditions: Visible moisture in any form is present, and OAT on ground and for take-off is at
or below 5C or when TAT in flight is at or below 7 C. Refer to the AFM 2-06.
- Cargo configuration: refers to cargo operations when aircraft is operated with an ATR cargo
installation. In case of STC (Supplemental Type Certificate) installation, operator shall adapt its MEL
with STC supplement.
- Inflammable or Combustible material: material that can catch fire and burn. Where loading of
inflammable or combustible material is prohibited, no material may be loaded except the following:
cargo handling equipment, flyaway kits (excluding e.g. cans of hydraulic fluid, cleaning solvents,
batteries, chemical generators, etc) and in-flight service material (return catering-only closed catering
trolleys/boxes, no newspaper, no alcohol or duty free goods).
CAT 2 Automatic approach: The required equipment are listed in the AFM 7-01.03
- Intended flight route: the intended flight route corresponds to any point on the route including
diversions to reach alternate airports / aerodromes required to be selected by the applicable
regulations

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ATA LIST
ATA CODE

LABEL

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21

AIR CONDITIONING

22

AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM

23

COMMUNICATIONS

24

ELECTRICAL POWER

25

EQUIPMENT

26

FIRE PROTECTION

27

FLIGHT CONTROLS

28

FUEL

29

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

30

ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION

31

INSTRUMENTS

32

LANDING GEAR

33

LIGHTS

34

NAVIGATION

35

OXYGEN

36

PNEUMATIC SYSTEM

42

INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS

46

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

52

DOORS

56

WINDOWS

61

PROPELLERS

73

ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL

74

IGNITION

75

AIR

77

ENGINE INDICATING

79

OIL

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GLOSSARY OF STANDARD NOMENCLATURE


#
AAS
AC
ACAS
ACARS
ACCU
ACW
ADC
ADF
ADU
ADS-B
AFCS
AFM
AFT
AFU
AGL
AHRS
AIDS
AIL
ALT
AMP
ANN
AOA
AP
APC
APM
APP
ARM
ASD
ATC
ATPCS
ATT
AUTO
AUX
BC
BRK
B-RNAV
BTC
CAB
CAC
CAP
CAPT
CAT
C/B
CCAS
CG
CH
CL
CLB
CLR
COMPT

Number
Anti Icing Advisory System
Alternative Current
Airborne Collision Avoidance System
ARINC Communication Addressing and Reporting System
Accumulator
Alternative Current Wild Frequency
Air Data Computer
Automatic Direction Finding
Advisory Display Unit
Automatic Data Surveillance - Broadcast
Automatic Flight Computer System
Airplane Flight Manual
Rear Part
Auto Feather Unit
Above Ground Level
Attitude and Heading Reference System
Aircraft Integrated Data System
Aileron
Altitude
Ampere
Annunciator
Angle Of Attack
Auto Pilot
Active Phase Control
Aircraft Performance Monitoring
Approach
Armed
Accelerate Stop Distance
Air Traffic Control
Automatic Take Off Power Control System
Attitude
Automatic
Auxiliary
Beacon
Brake
Basic Area Navigation
Bus Tie Contactor
Cabin
Crew Alerting Computer
Crew Alerting Panel
Captain
Category
Circuit Breaker
Centralized Crew Alerting System
Center of Gravity
Channel
Condition Lever
Climb
Clear
Compartment

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GLOSSARY OF STANDARD NOMENCLATURE (Continued)


CRC
CRT
CRZ
CTL
DC
DELTA P
DFDR
DH
DIFF
DIM
DME
DN
DU
DMU
EADI
ECU
EEC
EFCP
EFIS
EHSI
EMER
ENG
ERIU
ETOPS
EXT
FD
FDAU
FI
FL
FLT
F/O
FODU
FTR
FU
FWD
GA
GCU
GEN
GI
GPS
GPWS
HBOV
HDG
HF
HI
HMU
HP
HSI
HTG
HYD

Continuous Repetitive Chime


Cathode Ray Tube
Cruise
Control
Direct Current
Differentiel Pressure
Digital Flight Data Recorder
Decision Height
Differential
Light Dimmer
Distance Measuring Equipment
Down
Display Unit
Data Management Unit
Electronic Attitude Director Indicator
Electronic Control Unit
Electronic Engine Control
EFIS Control Panel
Electronic Flight Instrument System
Electronic Horizontal Situation Indicator
Emergency
Engine
Engine Rating Interface Unit
Extended Twin Operations
Exterior, External
Flight Director
Flight Data Acquisition Unit
Flight Idle
Flight Level
Flight
First Officer
Feeder Overheat Detection Unit
Feather
Fuel Used
Forward
Go Around
Generator Control Unit
Generator
Ground Idle
Global Positioning System
Ground Proximity Warning System
Handling Bleed Overboard Valve
Heading
High Frequency
High
Hydro Mechanical Unit
High Pressure
Horizontal Situation Indicator
Heating
Hydraulic

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IAS
ICP
IEP
IFR
IGN
ILS
IND
INHI
INOP
INV
IOM-AP
IOM-DC
ISOL
ITT
JIC
kt
LDG
LH
LO
LP
LVL
MAN
MAX
MC
MCDU
MCT
MDA
MFC
MPC
MW
NAC
NAV
NH
NL
NORM
NP
OAT
OVBD
OVHT
PCU
PEC
PF/PNF
PIU
PL
PLA
PR, PRESS
PRKG
PROP
PSI
PTT
PWR

Indicating Air Speed


Index Control Panel
Ice Evidence Probe
Instrument Flight Rules
Ignition
Instrument Landing System
Indicator, Indication
Inhibit, Inhibition
Inoperative
Inverter
Input/Output Module Auto Pilot
Input/Output Module Data Concentrator
Isolation
Inter Turbine Temperature
Job Instruction Card
Knot
Landing
Left Hand
Low
Low Pressure
Level
Manual
Maximum
Master Caution
Multifunction Control Display Unit
Maxi Continuous
Minimum Descent Altitude
Multi Function Computer
Multi Purpose Computer
Master Warning
Nacelle
Navigation
High Pressure Spool Rotation Speed
Low Pressure Spool Rotation Speed
Normal
Propeller Rotation Speed
Outside Air Temperature
Overboard
Overheat
Propeller Control Unit
Propeller Electronic Control
Pilot Flying/Pilot non flying
Propeller Interface Unit
Power Lever
Power Lever Angle
Pressure, Pressurization
Parking
Propeller
Pound per Square Inch
Push To Talk, Push To Test
Power

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QAR
QTY
RCL
RCU
RH
RMI
RPM
RTO
RUD
SAT
SC
SCU
SEL
SG
SGL
SGU
SO
SPD
STBY
SVCE
SYS
TAS
TAT
TCAS
TCAS RA
TCAS TA
TCS
TEMP
TGT
TLU
TO
TOD
TOR
TQ
TRU
TSCU
UNLK
UTLY
V1, VR, V2
VFR
VHF
VMC
VMCA
VMCG
VMCL
VMO
VOR
VS
X
YD
Z CAB

Quick Access Recorder


Quantity
Recall
Releasable Centering Unit
Right Hand
Radio Magnetic Indicator
Revolution Per Minute
Reserve Take Off
Rudder
Static Air Temperature
Single Chime / Starter Contactor
Signal Conditioning Unit
Selector, Selection
Symbol Generator
Single
Symbol Generator Unit
Shut Off
Speed
Stand By
Service
System
True Air Speed
Total Air Temperature
Traffic Collision Avoidance System
TCAS Resolution Advisory
TCAS Traffic Advisory
Touch Control Steering
Temperature
Target
Travel Limiting Unit (Rudder)
Take Off
Take Off Distance
Take Off Run
Torque
Transformer Rectifier Unit
Torque Signal Conditioning Unit
Unlock
Utility
Decision Speed, Rotation Speed, Second Segment Speed
Visual Flight Rules
Very High Frequency
Visual Meteorological Conditions
Minimum Control Speed in Flight
Minimum Control Speed on Ground
Minimum Control Speed for Approach and Landing
Maximum Operating Speed
VHF Omni Directional Range
Vertical Speed
Cross
Yaw Damper
Cabin Altitude

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ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING

MMEL
UNIQUE
ID. NO.

ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

MM21/1

10-1 Flow selector

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided one mode (NORM or HIGH)


is operative and used
Note: some smoke procedures request to select air flow
HIGH. Nevertheless associated procedures efficiency
has been demonstrated with air flow NORM

MM21/2

22-1 Recirculation fan

C 2 0

May be inoperative

23-1 Overboard valve

C 1 1

C 1 0

MM22/3

(o)

Automatic mode may be inoperative provided manual


mode is checked operative prior to each departure and
flight is conducted in order to maintain P 1 PSI
- OR May be inoperative provided it is deactivated, and
(m) extended overwater flight is prohibited, and flight level is
limited to FL170

MM21/4

23-2 Underfloor valve

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative in closed position provided exhaust


mode is selected OVBD, and extended overwater flight
is prohibited and flight level is limited to FL170

MM21/5/1

23-3 Extract fan


(1) Passenger configuration

C 1 0

(o)

C 1 1

May be inoperative provided exhaust mode is selected


OVBD, and extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
flight level is limited to FL170
- OR High speed may be inoperative

MM21/5/2
MM21/6

(2) Cargo configuration

30-1 Pressurization system

1 1
C 1 0

NO GO item
*

R
R
MM21/7

MM21/8
MM21/9

MM21/10/1

(o) (m) The pressurization system (automatic and/or manual


modes) may be inoperative for a non pressurized
flight provided:
(a) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
(b) For cargo operations, no combustible material is
carried in any compartment
(c) Outflow valve is secured in open position if manual
mode is inoperative.

31-1 Automatic pressurization control C 1 0

* (o)

May be inoperative, for a pressurized flight, provided:


(a) Manual pressurization is operative, and
(b) ALT, RATE and DIFF indications are operative

31-2 DESCENT RATE selector

C 1 0

May be inoperative

31-3 Electropneumatic outflow valve

1 0

31-4 CABIN PRESS indicator


(1) ALT indication

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative, provided DIFF indication is operative

(m) May be inoperative, provided it is secured in closed


position, and flight is conducted with manual
pressurization: refer to item 31-1

MM21/10/2

(2) RATE indication

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative, provided ALT indication is operative

MM21/10/3

(3) DIFF indication

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative, provided ALT indication is operative

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ID. NO.

ATA CHAPTER

MM21/11

10-1 Flow selector

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided one mode (NORM or HIGH)


is operative and used
Note: some smoke procedures request to select air flow
HIGH. Nevertheless associated procedures efficiency
has been demonstrated with air flow NORM

MM21/12

22-1 Recirculation fan

C 2 0

May be inoperative

23-1 Overboard valve

C 1 1

C 1 0

ITEM

MM22/13

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

(o)

Automatic mode may be inoperative provided manual


mode is checked operative prior to each departure and
flight is conducted in order to maintain P 1 PSI
- OR May be inoperative provided it is deactivated, and
(m) extended overwater flight is prohibited, and flight level is
limited to FL170

MM21/14

23-2 Underfloor valve

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative in closed position provided exhaust


mode is selected OVBD, and extended overwater flight
is prohibited and flight level is limited to FL170

MM21/15/1

23-3 Extract fan


(1) Passenger configuration

C 1 0

(o)

C 1 1

May be inoperative provided exhaust mode is selected


OVBD, and extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
flight level is limited to FL170
- OR High speed may be inoperative

MM21/15/2
MM21/16

(2) Cargo configuration

30-1 Pressurization system

1 1
C 1 0

NO GO item
*

R
R
MM21/17

(o) (m) The pressurization system (automatic and/or manual


modes) may be inoperative for a non pressurized
flight provided:
(a) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
(b) For cargo operations, no combustible material is
carried in any compartment
(c) Outflow valve is secured in open position if manual
mode is inoperative.

31-1 Automatic pressurization control C 1 0

* (o)

May be inoperative, for a pressurized flight, provided:


(a) Manual pressurization is operative, and
(b) CAB ALT, CAB RATE and P indications are
operative

31-2 DESCENT RATE selector

C 1 0

May be inoperative

MM21/19

31-3 Electropneumatic outflow valve

1 0

MM21/20/1

31-4 CABIN PRESS indications on


SD cabin
(1) CAB ALT indication

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative, provided P indication is operative

(2) CAB RATE indication

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative

(3) P indication

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative

MM21/18

MM21/20/2
MM21/20/3

(m) May be inoperative, provided it is secured in closed


position, and flight is conducted with manual
pressurization: refer to item 31-1

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ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

10-1 Flow selector

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided one mode (NORM or HIGH)


is operative and used
Note: some smoke procedures request to select air flow
HIGH. Nevertheless associated procedures efficiency
has been demonstrated with air flow NORM

22-1 Recirculation fan

C 2 0

May be inoperative

23-1 Overboard valve

C 1 1

C 1 0

23-2 Underfloor valve

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative in closed position provided exhaust


mode is selected OVBD, and extended overwater flight
is prohibited and flight level is limited to FL170

23-3 Extract fan


(1) Passenger configuration

C 1 0

(o)

C 1 1

May be inoperative provided exhaust mode is selected


OVBD, and extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
flight level is limited to FL170
- OR High speed may be inoperative

(2) Cargo configuration

30-1 Pressurization system

1 1
C 1 0

Automatic mode may be inoperative provided manual


mode is checked operative prior to each departure and
flight is conducted in order to maintain P 1 PSI
- OR May be inoperative provided it is deactivated, and
(m) extended overwater flight is prohibited, and flight level is
limited to FL170

NO GO item
*

R
R

(o)

(o) (m) The pressurization system (automatic and/or manual


modes) may be inoperative for a non pressurized
flight provided:
(a) Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and
(b) For cargo operations, no combustible material is
carried in any compartment
(c) Outflow valve is secured in open position if manual
mode is inoperative.

31-1 Automatic pressurization control C 1 0

* (o)

May be inoperative, for a pressurized flight, provided:


(a) Manual pressurization is operative, and
(b) CAB ALT, CAB RATE and P indications are
operative

31-2 DESCENT RATE selector

C 1 0

May be inoperative

31-3 Electropneumatic outflow valve

1 0

31-4 CABIN PRESS indications on


SD cabin
(1) CAB ALT indication

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative, provided P indication is operative

(2) CAB RATE indication

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative

(3) P indication

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative

(m) May be inoperative, provided it is secured in closed


position, and flight is conducted with manual
pressurization: refer to item 31-1

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ID. NO.

ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING (Continued)


ATA CHAPTER
1
2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY
3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
ITEM
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

MM21/1

MEL
UNIQUE
ID. NO.

31-5 Ditch function (if installed)

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided extended overwater


flight is prohibited

M21/1

31-6 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

C - 0

May be inoperative

M21/2

MM22/3

35-1 DUMP function

C 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided manual pressurization


M22/3
is operative

MM21/4

50-1 Pack

C 2 1 * (o)

One may be inoperative provided:


M21/4
(a) Flight level is limited to FL 170, and
For ATR 42-300/320 only, in addition:
(b) For cargo operations, no combustible material is
carried in any compartment

MM21/5/1

51-1 Pack valve

- 2 1 * (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:


(a) It is secured closed, and
(b) Associated pack is considered inoperative:
refer to item 50-1

M21/5/2

51-2 Pack FAULT alert

- 2 1 * (o)

One may be inoperative provided associated pack


is considered inoperative:
refer to item 50-1

M21/6

51-3 Ground cooling fan


ATR 42-300/320/400

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Affected pack is not used on ground, and
(b) Overheat detection is operative

M21/7

51-3 Turbo fan


ATR 42-500 and ATR72

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Affected pack is not used on ground, and
(b) Cruise level is chosen to allow a 150 kt
minimum IAS with one engine inoperative

MM21/2

R
MM21/5/2

R
MM21/6
MM21/7

MM21/8

MM21/8

51-4 FWD cargo ventilation valve C 1 0 *


ATR72-201/211

May be inoperative provided no combustible


material is carried in the associated compartment

MM21/9

MM21/9

51-5 AUX AFT cargo ventilation


valve (if installed)

May be inoperative provided no combustible


material is carried in the associated compartment

MM21/10/1

C 1 0 *

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ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER
1
2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY
3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
ITEM
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
61-1 Pack AUTO temperature
control

C 2 1 * (o)

- 2 1 *
R
61-2 Pack MAN temperature
control

C 2 1 *

- 2 1 *
R

One may be inoperative, provided associated pack


MAN temperature control is operative
- OR One may be inoperative, provided associated pack
is considered inoperative:
Refer to MMEL21 item 50-1
One may be inoperative, provided associated pack
AUTO temperature control is operative
- OR One may be inoperative, provided associated pack
is considered inoperative:
Refer to MMEL21 item 50-1

61-3 OVHT alert

C 2 1 * (o)

One may be inoperative provided associated DUCT


indication is operative

63-1 COMPT indication

C 2 0 *

One or more may be inoperative.

63-2 DUCT indication

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative provided AUTO temperature


control is operative for the associated zones
- OR May be inoperative provided COMPT indication and
MAN temperature control are operative for the
associated zones

C 2 0 *

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ATA CHAPTER
1
2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY
3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
ITEM
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
61-1 Pack AUTO temperature
control

C 2 1 * (o)

- 2 1 *
R
61-2 Pack MAN temperature
control

C 2 1 *

- 2 1 *
R
61-3 OVHT alert

C 2 1 * (o)

63-1 COMPT TEMP INDICATION


(1) Flight deck indication
C 1 0 *
(2) Cabin indications
63-2 DUCT indication

One may be inoperative, provided associated pack


MAN temperature control is operative
- OR One may be inoperative, provided associated pack
is considered inoperative:
refer item 50-1
One may be inoperative, provided associated pack
AUTO temperature control is operative
- OR One may be inoperative, provided associated pack
is considered inoperative:
refer item 50-1
One may be inoperative provided associated DUCT
indication is operative
May be inoperative.

C 2 0 *

One or both may be inoperative.

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative provided AUTO temperature


control is operative for the associated zones
- OR May be inoperative provided COMPT indication and
MAN temperature control are operative for the
associated zones

C 2 0 *

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ATA 22 AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (AFCS)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

15-1 Advisory display unit (ADU)

A 1 0

(o)

16-1 Pitch wheel

C 1 0

16-2 Touch control steering (TCS)

C 2 0

(o)

One or both may be inoperative.

16-3 Coupling function pushbutton

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided the Pilot Flying is on the


selected side.

16-4 Autopilot quick disconnect


(Quick Release Control)

C 2 1

2 0

B 1 0

May be inoperative
Note: Any mode which is operative may be used

A 1 0

For ETOPS, operations are limited to one calendar day

B 1 0

May be inoperative provided, for B-RNAV operations the


flight director is operative.
Note: Any mode which is operative may be used,

A 1 0

May be inoperative provided, for ETOPS, operations are


limited to one flight
Note: Any mode which is operative may be used

18-2 Flight director function

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative
Note: Any mode which is operative may be used

18-2 Flight director function


Aircraft fitted with Mod (4890 or
8188) and without Mod 5022

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided, for B-RNAV operations, the


autopilot is operative.
Note: Any mode which is operative may be used

18-3 Yaw damper function

C 1 0

A 1 0

36-1 Mode annunciator (EADI)

C 2 0

May be inoperative

36-2 Autopilot disconnect aural alert

B 1 0

May be inoperative provided autopilot function is not used

B 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided both AP OFF lights are


checked operative prior to each departure

C 2 1

(o)

B 2 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Both mode annunciators (on EADI) are operative, and
(b) Flight director only is used, and
(c) ALT SEL is not used, and
(d) Operations are limited to two calendar days
May be inoperative provided one TCS is operative

(m) One may be inoperative provided the Pilot Flying side


instrument is operative.
- OR -

One or both may be inoperative provided autopilot is


considered inoperative and not used.
Refer to MMEL 22 item 18-1

R
R

18-1 Autopilot function

- OR -

18-1 Autopilot function


Aircraft fitted with Mod (4890 or
8188) and without Mod 5022

- OR -

R
R

May be inoperative provided RCU is operative


- OR -

R
R
R

(o)

May be inoperative provided operations are limited to two


flights

- OR -

36-3 AP OFF light

One may be inoperative provided associated aural alert is


checked operative prior to each departure
- OR Refer to MMEL 22 item 18-1

- OR -

A 2 0

36-4 GUIDANCE light


ATR 42-300/320 only

C 1 0

70-4 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

R
R
R

May be inoperative provided autopilot function is not used


For ETOPS, may be inoperative provided autopilot
function is not used and operations are limited to one
flight
Refer to MMEL 22 item 18-1

May be inoperative provided CAT II approaches with flight


director only are not conducted.
May be inoperative

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ATA 22 AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (AFCS)
ATA CHAPTER

16-1 Pitch wheel

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
C 1 0 *
May be inoperative provided one TCS is operative

16-2 Touch control steering (TCS)

C 2 0

(o)

One or both may be inoperative.

16-3 Coupling function pushbutton

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided the Pilot Flying is on the


selected side.

16-4 Autopilot quick disconnect


(Quick Release Control)

C 2 1

2 0

B 1 0

ITEM

18-1 Autopilot function

(m) One may be inoperative provided Pilot Flying side


instrument is operative.
- OR One or both may be inoperative provided autopilot is
considered inoperative and not used.
Refer to MMEL 22 item 18-1
(o)

May be inoperative, except for ETOPS.


Note: Any mode which is operative may be used, refer
to appropriate operative mode.
- OR May be inoperative for one calendar day

A 1 0

18-2 Flight Director function

1 0

May be inoperative
Refer to MMEL22 item 18-3

18-3 Yaw damper function

B 1 0

A 1 0

May be inoperative provided the RCU is operative.


Note: The Autopilot is inoperative, Refer to MMEL22 item18-1
- OR May be inoperative provided the operations are limited to
two flights.
Note: The Autopilot is inoperative, Refer to MMEL22 item18-1

R
R

(o)

Flight guidance control panel


50-1 VS pushbutton
(1)
(2)
50-2 ALT pushbutton
(1)

C 1 0
-

(o)

May be inoperative provided IAS is operative


-ORMay be inoperative provided FD is considered inoperative.
Refer to MMEL22 item 18-2

(o)

May be inoperative, provided ALT SEL is operative and


used.
-ORMay be inoperative, provided VS mode with a 0 ft/min
selection target is used for ALT HOLD.
-ORMay be inoperative provided FD is considered inoperative.
Refer to MMEL22 item 18-2

1 0

C 1 0

(2)
C 1 0

(o)

(3)
-

1 0

50-3 ALT SEL Knob

B 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided ALT pushbutton is operative

50-5 STBY pushbutton

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative

50-6 HDG SEL pushbutton


(1)

C 1 0

(o)

1 0

May be inoperative provided that AP Basic Modes are


operative
-ORMay be inoperative provided FD is considered inoperative.
Refer to MMEL22 item 18-2

50-7 HDG Knob

C 1 0

50-8 APP pushbutton

C 1 0

50-9 NAV pushbutton

C 1 0

50-10 BC pushbutton

C 1 0

(2)

May be inoperative
(o)

May be inoperative
May be inoperative provided LNAV or VOR mode is not used.

(o)

May be inoperative

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ATA 22 AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (AFCS)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Flight guidance control panel


(contd)
50-11 FD pushbutton
(1)

C 2 0

2 0

60-1 SPD TGT Knob

C 2 1

60-2 AUTO/MAN pushbutton


(1)

(2)

(o)

One or both may be inoperative


-OROne or both may be inoperative provided FD function is
considered inoperative.
Refer to MMEL22 item 18-2

(o)

One may be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used.

C 2 1

(o)

C 2 0

One may be inoperative.


-OROne or more may be inoperative provided AUTO speed is
not used.

Index control panel

(2)

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ATA 23 COMMUNICATIONS
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

R
R
R
R
R

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

11-1 HF system (if installed)

12-1 VHF system

(1) Frequency Transfert


Light
(2) Frequency Transfert
Switch
(3) Frequency Selector Knob

May be inoperative, when flying VFR over routes


navigated by visual reference to landmarks, provided:
(a) VHF 1 is operative, and
(b) The regulations applicable to the aerodrome(s)
intended to be used do not require two VHF to be
operative.
Note: For all routes, consider the need for ACAS.
- OR May be inoperative, when flying IFR, or VFR over routes
not navigated
by visual reference to landmarks, provided:
(a) VHF 1 is operative, and
(b) where regulations applicable to the space(s) and
procedure(s) to be flown require two VHF to be
operative, permission is obtained from the relevant Air
Navigation Service Provider(s), prior
to each flight.
Note: For all routes, consider the need for ACAS.
Note: (o) to agree with the Air Navigation Service
Provider(s) on the rules and procedures applicable in
case of total VHF COM failure.
May be inoperative

May be inoperative

(4) Frequency Indication

May be inoperative provided frequency selector knob


associated to VHF 1 must be operative.
May be inoperative provided frequency indication
associated to VHF 1 must be operative.

22-1 SELCAL (if installed)

D 1 0

24-1 ACARS (if installed)

D 1 0

ACARS Printer

D 1 0

Any in excess of those required for the intended route


may be inoperative

(o)

May be inoperative
*

May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its


use
May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its
use

31-1 Passenger Address system


(1) Passenger configuration

A 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Alternate normal, following failure and emergency
procedures and/or operating restrictions are established
and used, and
(b) Operations are limited to three calendar days or three
flights whichever occurs first

(2) Cargo configuration

D 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided alternate normal, following


failure and emergency procedures and/or operating
restrictions are established and used

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ATA 23 COMMUNICATIONS
ATA CHAPTER

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2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

11-1 HF system (if installed)

D -

12-1 VHF system

C 2 1 *

B 2 1 * (o)
R

Any in excess of those required for the intended


route may be inoperative
May be inoperative, when flying VFR over routes
navigated by visual reference to landmarks,
provided:
a) VHF 1 is operative, and
b) The regulations applicable to the aerodrome(s)
intended to be used do not require two VHF to be
operative.
Note: For all routes, consider the need for ACAS.
- OR May be inoperative, when flying IFR, or VFR over
routes not navigated
by visual reference to landmarks, provided:
(a) VHF 1 is operative, and
(b) where regulations applicable to the space(s) and
procedure(s) to be flown require two VHF to be
operative, permission is obtained from the
relevant Air Navigation Service Provider(s), prior
to each flight.
Note: For all routes, consider the need for ACAS.
Note: to agree with the Air Navigation Service
Provider(s) on the rules and procedures applicable
in case of total VHF voice communication failure

22-1 SELCAL (if installed)

D 1 0

May be inoperative

24-1 ACARS

D 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided procedures do not


require its use

31-1 Passenger Address system


(1) Passenger configuration

A 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating
restrictions are established and used, and
(b) Operations are limited to three calendar days or
three flights whichever occurs first

(2) Cargo configuration

D 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided alternate normal,


following failure and emergency procedures
and/or operating restrictions are established and
used

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ATA 23 COMMUNICATIONS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

44-1 Interphone system


(1) Ground Call Horn

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative.

(2) Flight deck to Flight deck

Refer to MMEL 23 page 3 items 50-1, 50-2, 50-3

(3) Flight deck to Cabin /


Cabin to Flight deck

B -

* (o)

May be inoperative, provided:


(a) Passenger Address is operative, and
(b) Alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures are established and used,
and
(c) Flight deck door automatic locking system (if
installed) is verified to operate normally

(4) Cabin to Cabin

C 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative, provided:


(a) Passenger Address is operative, and
(b) Alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures are established and used

(5) Flight crew to Ground /


Ground to Flight crew

C 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative, provided alternate normal,


following failure and emergency procedures are
established and used

(6) Alerting system

C -

C -

Visual signal may be inoperative on the flight deck


- OR Both visual and aural signals may be inoperative in
the cabin provided Passenger Address is
operative from the flight deck

C -

C -

* (o)

C 1 0

(o)

(7) Handsets

44-2 Cabin chime system: flight


deck to cabin, seat belt and
smoking signs

Handsets at non-required stations may be


inoperative
- OR One handset may be inoperative provided alternate
procedures are established and used to
compensate for the loss of PA and interphone
function at the affected station
May be inoperative provided:
(a) Passenger Address is operative, and
(b) Alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures are established and used

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ATA 23 COMMUNICATIONS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

50-1 Audio control panel

C - 2 *

May be inoperative provided CAPT and F/O panels


are operative except VOICE ONLY key which may
be inoperative

50-2 Headset

C -

One may be inoperative, provided for each crew


member on flight deck duty, associated boom set
(headset function) is operative

50-3 Hand microphone

C -

One or more may be inoperative, provided for each


crew member on flight deck duty, associated
boom set is operative

50-4 Boom set

C -

One may be inoperative, provided for each crew


member on flight deck duty, associated hand mike
and headset are operative

50-5 Cockpit loudspeaker

C 2 1 *

51-1 Push-To-Talk (PTT) Switch


on Wheel

C 2 0

52-1 Radio Management System


For ATR MODELS -600
version

C 2 1

70-1 Cockpit video surveillance


system (if installed)

C 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative, provided:


(a) alternate procedures are established and used,
and,
(b)Interphone system is checked to operate
normally

71-1 Cockpit voice recorder

A - 0 *

One or more may be inoperative, provided:


(a) Operations are limited to eight further
consecutive flights or 72 hours whichever occurs
first, with the cockpit voice recorder
unserviceable, and
(b) Any flight data recorder required to be carried is
operative

One or both may be inoperative, provided:


(a) INT/RAD switches on ACP are operative, and
(b) RAD PTT SW on Nose Wheel Steering
Control Handwheel is operative, and
(c) There is no permanent/constant radio
transmission
One may be inoperative except for ETOPS,
provided:
(a) IESI is operative, and
(b) VHF 1 is operative, and
(c) VOR 1 is operative, and
(d) ILS 1 is operative.

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ATA 24 ELECTRICAL POWER
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

AC
21-1 Inverter

A 2 1 *

Inverter #2 only may be inoperative, provided:


(a) For day VMC flight only, and
(b) AP use is prohibited below 1000 ft AGL, and
(c) Operations are limited to two calendar days
For ATR 42-400/500 and ATR 72 only, in addition:
(d) TLU manual mode is operative

21-2 INV FAULT alert

C 2 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided affected inverter is


checked operative prior to each departure

21-3 AC Bus Tie Contactor

- 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided DC generation Bus Tie


Contactor is considered inoperative,
refer to item 32-2

21-4 BUS OFF alert

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative

ACW

22-1 ACW generator channel


(generator + related GCU)

B 2 1 * (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:


(a) HYD AUX pump is operative, and
(b) Two engines taxi is performed, and
(c) Aircraft is not operated on narrow runways
(width < 30 m (98 ft)), and
(d) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions, and
(e) AFM penalties are applied, and
(f) Ground operations above 8500 ft (when
authorized), including taxi, do not exceed 10
minutes
For ATR 42-300/320 only, in addition:
(g) Flight level is limited to 200

22-2 ACW GEN FAULT alert

C 2 1 *

One may be inoperative provided ACW BTC


operates normally

22-3 ACW generation Bus Tie


Contactor

B 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative in the ISOL position, provided:


(a) Both ACW generator channels are operative,
and
(b) HYD X FEED is operative and is selected ON
before take off, then OFF during cruise and reselected ON before landing

22-4 ACW BUS OFF alert

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative

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ATA 24 ELECTRICAL POWER (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

DC
R

30-1 DC generator channel


(generator + related GCU)
ATR42-300/320
ATR72-201/202/212

A 2 1 * (o)

May be inoperative for day VMC flight only,


provided:
(a) State of battery charge is verified as adequate,
and
(b) Two engines taxi is performed, and
(c) Flights are planned within 30 minutes from any
accessible airport, and
(d) Aircraft does not line up until 6 minutes elapsed
after operative generator comes on line, and
(e) Operations are limited to two calendar days
For ATR 42-300/320 only, in addition:
(f) FODU (Feeder Overheat Detection Unit) of
remaining generator is operative.

32-1 DC GEN FAULT alert

C 2 1 *

May be inoperative provided DC Bus Tie Contactor


is operative

32-2 DC generation Bus Tie


Contactor (BTC)

B 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative in the ISOL position, provided:


(a) Both DC generator channels are operative, and
(b) DC BUS OFF lights are operative, and
(c) Both inverters are operative, and
(d) HYD X FEED is operative and is selected ON
before take off, then OFF during cruise and reselected ON before landing

32-3 DC SVCE & UTLY BUS


control system

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative in the OFF position

32-4 DC BUS OFF alert

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative

Miscellaneous
R

41-1 AC external power


connection system

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative

46-1 DC external power


connection system

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative

69-1 DC AMP indicator


(left hand panel)

C 1 0

May be inoperative

77-1 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

C - 0

May be inoperative

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for all ATR 42-400/500 and for all ATR 72-212A,
following items must be considered,
in addition or replacing corresponding items on page 1_24 p2
ATA 24 ELECTRICAL POWER (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

DC
30-1 DC generator channel
(generator + related GCU)

A 2 1 * (o)

May be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided:


(a) TRU is checked operative prior to each
departure, and
(b) Aircraft does not fly extended overwater routes,
and
(c) Two engines taxi is performed, and
(d) Aircraft does not line up until 6 minutes elapsed
after operative generator comes on line, and
(e) Operations are limited to two calendar days
For ATR 42-300/320 only, in addition:
(f) FODU (Feeder Overheat Detection Unit) of
remaining generator is operative

30-2 Transformer Rectifier Unit


(TRU)

B 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative, except for ETOPS.

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2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Note: A seat with an inoperative or missing seat belt or harness is considered inoperative.
11-1 Flight Crew Seat

B 2 2 *

(1) Horizontal adjustment

Vertical and recline adjustments may be inoperative


provided associated seat is secured or locked in a
position acceptable to the flight crew member
Note: If an inoperative armrest will hinder an
emergency evacuation or any other flight duties, it
should be removed.
Must be operative for each flight crew member

11-2 Flight deck Observer Seat

D 1 0 *

21-1 Required Cabin Attendant


Seat

B -

21-2 Non-Required Cabin


Attendant Seat

C - 0 * (o) (m) One seat or seat assembly may be inoperative,


provided:
(a) Inoperative seat or seat assembly is not
occupied, and
(b) Alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures are established / approved
and used for displaced cabin attendant, and
(c) Folding type seat is stowed and secured in the
retracted position, and
(d) Where a passenger seat is assigned to the
displaced cabin attendant it is placarded FOR
CABIN ATTENDANT USE ONLY

May be inoperative provided the seat is correctly


stowed

* (o) (m) One seat or seat assembly may be inoperative,


provided:
(a) Inoperative seat or seat assembly is not
occupied, and
(b) Cabin attendant displaced by inoperative seat
occupies the adjacent cabin attendant seat or the
passenger seat most suitable to perform assigned
duties, and
(c) Passenger Address is operative and used to
communicate with displaced cabin attendant, and
(d) One cabin attendant occupies a seat with a
direct access to the communication system, and
(e) Folding type seat is stowed and secured in the
retracted position, and
(f) Where a passenger seat is assigned to the
displaced cabin attendant it is placarded FOR
CABIN ATTENDANT USE ONLY, and
(g) Alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures are established / approved
and used for displaced cabin attendant
Note: This requirement does not preclude use of
passenger seats by cabin attendants carried in
excess of the required cabin attendant.

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ITEM

31-1 Passenger Seats

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

D -

(m) One or more may be inoperative, provided the


inoperative seat:
(a) Does not block an emergency exit, and
(b) Does not restrict any passenger from access to
the main aircraft aisle, and
(c) Is blocked and placarded DO NOT OCCUPY
Note: A seat with an inoperative or missing seat belt is
considered inoperative.
Note: Any damage to passenger seats and components
must not be detrimental to passenger safety.

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

40-1 Torches

C -

45-1 Portable Protective


Breathing Equipment (if
applicable)

D -

(m) Any in excess of that required may be inoperative


or missing provided:
(a) Required distribution of operative PBE units is
maintained throughout the aircraft,
(b) The inoperative PBE unit and its installed
location is placarded inoperative
(c) The inoperative PBE unit is removed from the
aircraft, or remains in an approved stowage, and
(d) Procedures are established and used to alert
crew members of inoperative or missing
equipment.
Note: PBE unit which cannot be stowage may be
subject to the requirements of Dangerous Goods
regulations.

50-1 Video system in cabin


Aircraft fitted with mod 5713

D 1 0 * (o) (m) May be inoperative provided all screens are


checked locked in up position for the flight and
alternative procedures are established and used
for pax briefing
- OR D 1 1 * (o)
Individual screens may be inoperative provided
alternative procedures are established and used
for pax briefing

60-1 ELT - Emergency Locator


Transmitter
(1) Aircraft equipped with
one ELT

D -

(2) Aircraft equipped with


two ELTs
R
R

May be inoperative provided each required crew member


assigned to affected position has an operative torch

A - 0

A - 1

Any in excess of those required may be inoperative


- OR May be inoperative provided repairs are made
within six further flights or twenty-five flying hours,
whichever occurs first.
- OR May be inoperative provided:
(a) second required ELT is operative, and
(b) repairs are made within six further flights
or twenty-five flying hours, whichever occurs first.

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3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

62-1 Megaphones

As required by regulations

64-1 Crash Axes or Crowbars

As required by regulations

64-2 Lifejackets (if applicable)

As required by regulations

R
R

70-1 SVCE PLUG switch


ATR 42-500 fitted with mod
5451+5452 or 5889+5870
ATR 72 fitted with mod 6063 +5928

C 1 0

R
R
R

80-1 Separation door and sliding


panels of the partition
ATR 42-500 fitted with mod
5451+5452 or 5889+5870
ATR 72 fitted with mod 6063 +5928

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided alternate procedure is


used

(m) May be inoperative provided separation door and/or


sliding panels are secured blocked in open
position or removed, if applicable

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ATA 26 FIRE PROTECTION
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

12-1 Fire detection loop

C 4 3 *

One may be inoperative provided the affected loop


is selected OFF

12-2 FUEL SO light (integrated in


CL)

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative

12-3 ENG 2 NAC OVHT

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided hotel mode operation


is limited to a maximum tailwind component of 10
kt.

12-4 ENG 1 NAC OVHT


(if installed)

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative

15-1 Cargo smoke alert


(1) Passenger configuration

C - 0 *

(2) Cargo configuration

C - 0 *

May be inoperative provided no combustible


material is carried in the associated compartment
May be inoperative provided no combustible
material is carried in any compartment

15-3 FWD COMPT AGENT


DISCH light
ATR 72-201/211

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided no combustible


material is carried in the associated compartment

15-4 FWD cargo bottle


extinguisher
ATR 72-201/211

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided no combustible


material is carried in the associated compartment

15-5 AUX AFT COMPT AGENT


DISCH light (if installed)

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided no combustible


material is carried in the associated compartment

15-6 AUX AFT cargo bottle


extinguisher (if installed)

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided no combustible


material is carried in the associated compartment

17-1 Toilet smoke detection


system (if installed)

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Toilet waste receptacle is empty, and
(b) Toilet door is closed locked and placarded
INOPERATIVE DO NOT ENTER
Note: Toilet may be used and/or inspected only by
crew members.
- OR May be inoperative for all-cargo operations

D 1 0 *
18-1 AFT Cargo Curtain / Door
(if installed)

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided no combustible


material is carried in the associated compartment

19-1 AFT Smoke detection fans

C 2 1

One may be inoperative provided the remaining fan


is checked operative before each departure
- OR May be inoperative provided:
(a) Toilet waste receptacle is empty, and
(b) Toilet door is closed locked and placarded
INOPERATIVE DO NOT ENTER
(c) No combustible material is carried in the AFT
cargo compartment
Note: Toilet may be used and/or inspected only by
crew members.

C 2 0

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3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

21-1 AGENT DISCH light


(engine)

A 4 2 *

(m) One or two may be inoperative provided:


(a) Affected light(s) are not on the same engine fire
panel, and
(b) Respective extinguisher bottle pressure is
checked on the direct reading gauge prior to first
flight of each day, and
(c) Operations are limited to two calendar days

30-1 Hand Fire Extinguisher

D -

(m) Any in excess of that required may be inoperative


or missing provided:
(a) Each inoperative fire extinguisher is placarded
inoperative, removed from the installed location,
and placed out of sight so it cannot be mistaken
for a functional unit, and
(b) Required distribution is maintained

R
-

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ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROLS
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM
20-1 Rudder damper

20-2 Rudder Releasable Centering


Unit (RCU)

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
C 1 0 * (o)
May be inoperative provided for taxi and take off:
(a) Maximum crosswind is limited to 15 kt, and
(b) Maximum total wind is limited to 30 kt
C 1 0

A 1 0

1 0

1 0

(o)

Automatic mode may be inoperative provided manual


mode is operative

23-2 TLU FAULT light


ALL ATR Models
Except -600 version

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided that :


The aural alert, Master Caution and associated FLT
CTL alert on CAP are checked operative prior to each
flight.

23-2 TLU FAULT light


ATR Models -600 version

D 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided that :


The aural alert, Master Caution and associated FLT
CTL TLU alert on FWS are checked operative prior to
each flight.

25-1 Yaw trim position indicator

A 1 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Yaw trim system operates normally, and
(b) Rudder trim tab is visually verified in neutral position
before each departure, and
(c) Yaw damper and/or auto pilot are not used until the
aircraft has been fully trimmed, and
(d) Operations are limited to three calendar days

32-1 Pitch trim rocking levers

B 2 1

One may be inoperative provided standby pitch trim is


operative

32-2 Standby pitch trim

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided both pitch trim rocking levers


are operative

35-1 Pitch trim position indicator

B 1 0

R
R

36-1 Stick shaker actuator


ATR 42-300/320

B 2 1

May be inoperative, for one ferry flight in compliance with


relevant AFM limitations

R
R
R

36-1 Stick shaker actuator


ATR 42-400/500 ATR72
Including -600 version

B 2 1

One may be inoperative, for one ferry flight, provided


MFC modules 1B and 2B are operative in compliance
with relevant AFM limitations

R
R

36-2 Stick pusher actuator


ATR 42-300/320

A 1 0

(o) (m) May be inoperative, for one ferry flight only in compliance
with relevant AFM limitations

R
R
R

36-2 Stick pusher actuator


ATR 42-400/500 ATR72
Including -600 version

A 1 0

(o) (m) May be inoperative, for one ferry flight only, provided
MFC modules 1B and 2B are operative in compliance
with relevant AFM limitations

36-3 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

R
R
23-1 Travel Limiter Unit (TLU)
Except 42-300/320 models

(1) Automatic Mode

(o)

May be inoperative in the low speed position provided


speed is limited to:
ATR 72 *: 185 kt
ATR 42-400/500 *: 195 kt
( * ) including -600 version

May be inoperative provided yaw damper function is


operative and used throughout the flight
- OR May be inoperative provided operations are limited to two
flights

(o)

May be inoperative provided elevator tabs are visually


checked operative and positioned neutral prior to
departure

May be inoperative

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ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROLS
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM
20-1 Rudder damper

20-2 Rudder Releasable Centering


Unit (RCU)

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
C 1 0 * (o)
May be inoperative provided for taxi and take off:
(a) Maximum crosswind is limited to 15 kt, and
(b) Maximum total wind is limited to 30 kt
C 1 0

A 1 0

1 0

1 0

(o)

Automatic mode may be inoperative provided manual


mode is operative

23-2 TLU FAULT light


ALL ATR Models
Except -600 version

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided that :


The aural alert, Master Caution and associated FLT
CTL alert on CAP are checked operative prior to each
flight.

23-2 TLU FAULT light


ATR Models -600 version

D 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided that :


The aural alert, Master Caution and associated FLT
CTL TLU alert on FWS are checked operative prior to
each flight.

25-1 Yaw trim position indicator

A 1 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Yaw trim system operates normally, and
(b) Rudder trim tab is visually verified in neutral position
before each departure, and
(c) Yaw damper and/or auto pilot are not used until the
aircraft has been fully trimmed, and
(d) Operations are limited to three calendar days

32-1 Pitch trim rocking levers

B 2 1

One may be inoperative provided standby pitch trim is


operative

32-2 Standby pitch trim

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided both pitch trim rocking levers


are operative

35-1 Pitch trim position indicator

B 1 0

R
R

36-1 Stick shaker actuator


ATR 42-300/320

B 2 1

May be inoperative, for one ferry flight in compliance with


relevant AFM limitations

R
R
R

36-1 Stick shaker actuator


ATR 42-400/500 ATR72
Including -600 version

B 2 1

One may be inoperative, for one ferry flight, provided


MFC modules 1B and 2B are operative in compliance
with relevant AFM limitations

R
R

36-2 Stick pusher actuator


ATR 42-300/320

A 1 0

(o) (m) May be inoperative, for one ferry flight only in compliance
with relevant AFM limitations

R
R
R

36-2 Stick pusher actuator


ATR 42-400/500 ATR72
Including -600 version

A 1 0

(o) (m) May be inoperative, for one ferry flight only, provided
MFC modules 1B and 2B are operative in compliance
with relevant AFM limitations

36-3 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

R
R
23-1 Travel Limiter Unit (TLU)
Except 42-300/320 models

(1) Automatic Mode

(o)

May be inoperative in the low speed position provided


speed is limited to:
ATR 72 *: 185 kt
ATR 42-400/500 *: 195 kt
( * ) including -600 version

May be inoperative provided yaw damper function is


operative and used throughout the flight
- OR May be inoperative provided operations are limited to two
flights

(o)

May be inoperative provided elevator tabs are visually


checked operative and positioned neutral prior to
departure

May be inoperative

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ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROLS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

R
R

R
R

ITEM
37-1 Pitch elevators coupling system
Except -600 version
Except ATR 42-300/320,
ATR 72 with mod 3529 or 3530

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
A 1 0 *
(m) May be inoperative for one ferry flight only, provided:
(a) Operations are conducted in compliance with relevant AFM
supplement (ferry flight with pitch elevators disconnected), and
(b) Operations are limited to one flight.

37-1 Pitch elevators coupling system


ATR models -600 version
ATR 42-300/320
ATR 72 without mod 3529 or 3530

A 1 0

May be inoperative for one ferry flight only, provided:


(a) Operations are conducted in compliance with relevant AFM
supplement (ferry flight with pitch elevators disconnected), and
(b) Operations are limited to one flight.

37-2 Elevators clutch reconditioning


device
ATR 42-400/500
ATR 72 with mod 3529 or 3530
Except -600 version

A 1 0

May be inoperative for one ferry flight only, provided:


(a) Pitch disconnect alarm illuminates steady, and
(b) Operations are conducted in compliance with relevant AFM
supplement (ferry flight with pitch elevators disconnected), and
(c) Operations are limited to one flight.

D 1 0

A 1 0

D 1 0

51-1 Flaps control system

A 1 0

* (o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Flaps are checked in retracted position, and
(b) Operations are conducted in compliance with relevant AFM
supplement, and
(c) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast icing conditions,
and
(d) Operations are limited to two flights

55-1 Flaps position indicator

A 1 0

* (o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Flaps position visual check is made prior to take off and in flight,
and
(b) Operations are limited to two calendar days

55-2 Flaps unlock warning

A 1 0

May be inoperative provided flaps control system is considered


inoperative : Refer to MMEL27 item 51-1

55-3 Flaps 25 landing light


ATR 42-500 with mod 4450

D 1 0

May be inoperative

61-1 Spoiler control system

B 1 0

* (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:


(a) Spoilers are secured in retracted position, and
(b) AFM performance penalties are applied

65-1 Spoiler position indicating


system

C 1 0

70-1 GUST LOCK system


(1) Aileron

C 1 0

* (o) (m) May be inoperative.


Note: Propeller brake is not available.

(2) Elevator

C 1 0

* (o) (m) May be inoperative.


Note: Propeller brake is not available.

- OR -

37-2 Elevators clutch reconditioning


device
ATR models -600 version

(m) May be inoperative provided the elevator clutch reconditioning


device is deactivated
May be inoperative for one ferry flight only, provided:
(a) PITCH DISC alert is displayed on FWS, and
(b) Operations are conducted in compliance with relevant AFM
supplement (ferry flight with pitch elevators disconnected), and
(c) Operations are limited to one flight.
- OR -

(m) May be inoperative provided the elevator clutch reconditioning


device is deactivated

May be inoperative provided proper functioning of the spoilers is


checked prior to each departure and monitored throughout the
flight

- OR -

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for All 72-212A, including ATR Models -600 version
following items must be considered, in addition or replacing corresponding items on MMEL 27 page 2
ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROLS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

70-1 GUST LOCK system


(1) Aileron

(2) Elevator
70-2 AIL LOCK light
R

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

C 1 0 * (o) (m) May be inoperative provided the tailwind during


parking does not exceed 40 kt
Note: Propeller brake is not available.
- OR C 1 0 * (o) (m) May be inoperative
Note: Propeller brake is not available.
A 1 0

May be inoperative provided operations are limited


to two flights

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ATA 28 FUEL SYSTEM
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM
21-1 FEED LO PR light

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
B 2 1 * (o)
One may be inoperative provided:
(a) Associated alert is processed by the CCAS, and
(b) Associated pump RUN light is operative

21-2 Electrical pump

C 2 1

* (o) (m) One may be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided:


(a) Fuel X FEED valve is operative, and
(b) Associated jet pump (and motive flow valve) is
operative

21-3 Pump RUN light

C 2 0

May be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided


associated electrical pumps are operative

21-4 Jet pump (and associated


motive flow valve)

C 2 1

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Fuel X FEED valve is operative, and
(b) Associated electrical pump is operative

21-5 Feeder Tank Jet Pump

C 2 1

23-1 X FEED valve

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided:


(a) X FEED valve is checked in closed position and,
(b) Both fuel quantity indications are operative

23-2 X FEED flow bar

C 1 0

* (o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) X FEED valve is checked in closed position, and
(b) Both fuel quantity indications are operative

23-3 Fuel X FEED memo light

C 1 0

May be inoperative

25-1 Refueling Control Panel

C 1 0

May be inoperative
Note: only refueling by gravity is available

One may be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided:


(a) Fuel X FEED valve is operative, and
(b) Both associated electrical pumps are operative, and
(c) Both fuel quantity indication systems are operative,
and
(d) Fuel quantity unusable in each tank is raised from
20kg / 44Lb to 130Kg / 287Lb. Refueling must be done
accordingly.

R
R

(1) Fuel preselector

1 0

(m) May be inoperative provided manual refueling is


performed

R
R

(2) Preselected Qty


For ATR Models -600
version

1 0

(m) May be inoperative provided manual refueling is


performed

25-2 Pressure refueling cap

A 1 0

(m) May be inoperative provided:


(a) Refuel valves are confirmed closed, and
(b) There is no leakage from the refuel coupling, and
(c) Operations are limited to three calendar days

26-1 LP valve position indicator

C 2 0

May be inoperative

41-1 Tank temperature indication

C 1 0

* (o)

May be inoperative
Note: OAT has to be used.

R
R

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ATA 28 FUEL SYSTEM
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

42-1 Fuel QTY indication


ALL ATR Models
Except -600 version

C 2 1

(o) (m) One may be inoperative, except for ETOPS, provided


that:
(a) The Associated FU indicator is operative, and
(b) The Opposite fuel LO LVL light is operative, and
(c) The Use of preselector is prohibited during refueling,
and
(d) The Fuel QTY in associated tank is checked after
each refueling by fuel level sticks,
Note: must be placarded inoperative the followings:
- Cockpit fuel QTY indication
- Pre-selector and fuel quantity repeater indication on
the refueling panel

42-1 Fuel QTY indication


ATR Models -600 version

C 2 1

(o) (m) One may be inoperative, except for ETOPS, provided


that:
(a) The associated FU indicator is operative, and
(b) Both fuel LO LVL alerts are checked operative, and
(c) The use of the preselected quantity is prohibited
during refueling, and
(d) The quantity of fuel in the associated tank is checked
using fuel level sticks after each refueling.
Note: In addition to the FUEL QTY INDICATION in the
cockpit, the preselected quantity and the repeated
fuel quantity indication on the refueling panel are to
be placarded inoperative.

42-2 Fuel LO LVL light


Except -600 version

C 2 0

May be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided


associated alert is processed by CCAS

42-3 Fuel QTY test system

C 1 0

May be inoperative

43-1 Fuel level stick

C 4 0

May be inoperative

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ATA 29 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM
11-1 Main HYD pump

11-2 DC AUX pump

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated on


narrow runways (width < 30 m (98 ft))

21-1 X FEED valve

C 1 0

May be inoperative in the closed position


Note: hydraulic fluid QTY must be checked prior to each
departure.

31-1 LO LVL alert

C 2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Hydraulic fluid QTY is checked prior to each
departure, and
(b) X FEED valve is not used in flight

32-1 LO PR alert
(1) Main HYD pump

C 2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative provided that the associated


HYD SYS pressure indication is operative

(2) AUX HYD pump

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided that the BLUE HYD SYS


pressure indication is operative

32-2 Pressure indication


ALL ATR Models Except -600version
(1) HYD SYS indication
C 2 0

One or both may be inoperative provided that the


associated LO PR alert is operative

C 1 0

One may be inoperative provided that the brake


accumulator pressure is checked on the hydraulic bay
indicator prior to each flight

C 2 0

One or both may be inoperative provided that the


associated LO PR alert is operative

C 1 0

One may be inoperative provided that the brake


accumulator pressure is checked on the hydraulic bay
indication prior to each flight

(2) BRAKE ACCU indication

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
C 2 1 * (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:
(a) X FEED valve is open, and
(b) Both ACW GEN are operative, and
(c) ACW BTC is operative, and
(d) DC AUX pump operates normally, and
(e) Hydraulic fluid QTY is checked prior to each
departure, and
(f) Aircraft is not operated on narrow runways (width < 30
m (98 ft))

32-2 Pressure indication (on SD


Hydraulic)
ATR Models -600version
(1) HYD SYS indication

(2) BRAKE ACCU indication

32-3 Accumulators pressure indicator C 3 0


(hydraulic bay)

All may be inoperative.

33-1 Main hydraulic pump OVHT


alert

2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The associated pump is considered inoperative, and
(b) The other main hydraulic pump and
associated
OVHT alert is operative
Refer to MMEL29 item 11-1

33-2 DC AUX pump OVHT alert

1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided that the pump is considered


inoperative
Refer to MMEL29 item 11-2

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ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Pneumatic de-icing
11-1 De-ice pressure regulating and
shut off valve

B 2 0

11-2 Airframe de-icing boots system

B 1 0

May be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided aircraft is


not operated into known or forecast icing conditions

11-3 Eng/Airframe mode selector


ATR 42-300/320
ATR 72-201/202/212
(1) FAST/SLOW mode

C 1 0

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated into


known or forecast icing conditions when mode FAST is
inoperative
Only for ATR 42-300/320 with mod 3059 and
ATR 72-201/202/212

C 1 0

C 1 0

C 1 0

11-4 AFR AIR BLEED FAULT alert

B 1 0

11-5 DE-ICING memo light


For ALL ATR MODELS
except -600 version

C 1 0

May be inoperative.

11-5 AIRFRAME memo on temporary C 1 0


selection.
For ATR MODELS -600 version

May be inoperative.

11-6 MODE SEL AUTO


ATR 42-400/500 ATR 72-212A

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided MAN mode is operative

21-1 Engine de-icing (or anti-icing)


boots system

C 2 1

One may be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided


aircraft is not operated into known or forecast icing
conditions

21-2 Eng/Airframe de-icing boots


FAULT alert

B 3 0

May be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided:


(a) Associated device is considered inoperative, and
(b) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast icing
conditions

(2) OVRD mode


11-3 Eng/Airframe mode selector
ATR 42-400/500 ATR 72-212A
(1) FAST/SLOW mode

(2) OVRD mode

R
R

(o)

One or both may be inoperative except for ETOPS, in


closed position, provided aircraft is not operated into
known or forecast icing conditions

May be inoperative provided MODE SEL AUTO is


operative
- OR May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated into
known or forecast icing conditions when mode FAST is
inoperative
(o)

May be inoperative provided AIR BLEED FAULT light is


checked operative

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ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Probe heating
30-1 Pitot

B 3

2 *

One may be inoperative except for ETOPS,


provided aircraft is not operated into known or
forecast icing conditions

30-2 Static

B 6

5 *

One may be inoperative provided both STBY are


operative

31-1 TAT
ATR 42-300/320

B 1

0 *

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated


into known or forecast icing conditions

31-1 TAT
ATR 42-400/500 ATR 72

B 2

1 * (o)

May be inoperative provided ADC associated with


valid TAT is selected

31-2 Alpha

B 2

1 *

One may be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated into known or forecast icing conditions

31-3 Alert
ATR 42-300/320

B 6

0 *

(m) May be inoperative provided heating system


associated to failed alerts are checked operative
prior to each departure

31-3 Alert
ATR 42-400/500 ATR 72

B 10 6 *

R
R

(m) May be inoperative provided:


(a) Two pitot alerts are operative, and
(b) Two static alerts are operative, and
(c) One TAT alert is operative, and
(d) One alpha alert is operative, and
(e) Heating system associated to failed alerts are
checked operative prior to each departure

Horn anti-icing
53-1 Horn anti-icing system

A 2

1 *

May be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided:


(a) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions, and
(b) Operations are limited to three calendar days

53-2 Horn anti-icing FAULT alert

A 2

1 *

May be inoperative provided the associated devices


must be considered inoperative.
Refer to item 53-1

R
R
R
R

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ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Window heating
60-1 Windshield

C 2 1 *

C 2 1 *

C 2 0 *

R
60-2 Side window

C 2 0 *

C 2 0 *

One may be inoperative provided aircraft is not


operated into known or forecast icing conditions
- OR One may be inoperative provided both side
windows heating are operative
- OR May be inoperative provided:
(a) Both packs are operative, and
(b) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions
(c) Both side windows heating are operative
May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated
into known or forecast icing conditions when LH
side window heating is inoperative
- OR May be inoperative provided:
(a) Both windshields heating are operative, and
(b) Both ACW GEN are operative

60-3 Side windows FAULT light

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated


into known or forecast icing conditions

60-4 WINDSHIELD HTG FAULT


light

C 2 1 * (o)

One may be inoperative provided respective


heating system is checked operative prior to each
departure
- OR One may be inoperative provided:
(a) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions, and
(b) Respective heating system is not used

C 2 1 *

Propeller anti-icing
61-1 Propeller anti-icing system

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided


aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions

61-2 Propeller anti-icing ON light

C 2 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided FAULT alert is


operative

61-3 Propeller mode selector

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated


into known or forecast icing conditions

61-4 Propeller FAULT alert

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated


into known or forecast icing conditions

61-5 Mode SEL AUTO


ATR 42-400/500 ATR 72-212A C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided MAN MODE is


operative

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ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Miscellaneous
65-1 Windshield wipers
(1) Wipers

C 2 0 *

One or both may be inoperative provided that:


(a) No precipitation is forecasted during a period
from one hour before until one hour after the
estimated time of departure and arrival at the takeoff and destination aerodromes,
(b) Affected wipers are not part of the equipment
required for the intended operation.
Note 1: Take-off and destination aerodromes
include any take-off and destination alternate
aerodromes required by the operational rules.
Note 2: Check Airplane Flight Manual for minimum
required equipment for CAT II operations.

(2) High Speed function


(FAST)

C 2 0 *

One or both may be inoperative provided that the


associated low speed function is operative.

(3) Low Speed function


(SLOW)

C 2 0 *

One or both may be inoperative provided that the


associated high speed function is operative.

C - 0

May be inoperative

B 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided aircraft is not operated


into known or forecast icing conditions

70-1 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels
80-1 Ice detection system
80-3 Ice Evidence Probe IEP
(if installed)

80-4 ICING AOA light

1 1
C 1 0 *

NO GO item
Note: Refer to MMEL 33 item 49-2 for IEP light
May be inoperative

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ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Miscellaneous
21-1 Clock

C 2 0

31-1 MPC (if installed)


(1) APM FAULT only

C 1 0

(2) DMU : Flight recording


functions (Date, time and
flight number)

Refer to item 32-1 Note: No parameter acquisition

(3) DMU : Maintenance


Function

C 1 0

May be inoperative

(4) AFDAU

Refer to item 32-1 Note: No parameter acquisition

31-2 FDAU

Refer to item 32-1 and to MMEL 77 item 13-1


Note: No parameter acquisition

32-1 Digital Flight Data Recorder


DFDR

A 1 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Aircraft does not exceed 8 further consecutive flights
with the Flight Data Recorder unserviceable, and
(b) Not more than 72 hours have elapsed since the Flight
Data Recorder was found to be unserviceable, and
(c) Any Cockpit Voice Recorder required to be carried is
operative
Note: DFDR is considered to be inoperative when any of
the following conditions exists:
- Loss of the flight recording function is evident to
the flight crew during pre-flight check e.g. by
means of a system status monitor, or
- The need for maintenance has been identified by
the system monitors, where available, with the
setting of an indicator and the cause of that setting
has not been determined, or
- Analyses of recorded data or maintenance actions
have shown that more than 5% of the total number
of individual parameters (variable and discrete)
required to be recorded for the particular aircraft
are not being recorded properly.

32-2 AIDS (if installed)

D 1 0

May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its


use

32-3 QAR (if installed)

D 1 0

May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its


use

48-1 Multi Function Computer (MFC)


module
ATR 42-400/500 ATR 72

48-6 MFC module FAULT light


ATR 42-400/500 ATR 72

A 4 3

One or both may be inoperative provided an accurate


timepiece is operative on the flight deck indicating the
time in hours, minutes and seconds
Note: On the basis that the required timepiece(s) does
not need to be approved, an accurate pilots wristwatch
that indicates hours, minutes and seconds would be
acceptable.
(o)

May be inoperative

Refer to MMEL 31 pages 4 and 5 for this item

One may be inoperative provided associated module is


considered inoperative:
Refer to item 48-1

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ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

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3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Miscellaneous
21-1 Clock function

C 2 0

31-1 MPC
(1) FDAU function

1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided that:


(a) The DFDR is considered inoperative, and
Refer to MMEL31 item 32-1
Note: No parameter acquisition
(c) The NL indication is inoperative, and
Refer to MMEL77 item 11-2
(d) The APM FAULT and EWD Flight Time functions
are inoperative.
Refer to MMEL31 item 31-1 (2) and (3)

C 1 0
D 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative
May be inoperative

C 1 0
C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative
May be inoperative

(2) APM FAULT


(3) EWD Flight Time
(4) DMU
- ACMS (Maintenance)
- QAR

D 1

- OR May be inoperative provided procedures do not require its use.

31-2 Printer

D 1 0

32-1 Digital Flight Data Recorder


DFDR

A 1 0

One or both may be inoperative provided an accurate timepiece


is operative on the flight deck indicating the time in hours,
minutes and seconds
Note: On the basis that the required timepiece(s) does not need
to be approved, an accurate pilots wristwatch that indicates
hours, minutes and seconds would be acceptable. On the
EWD a FMS time indication with hours, minutes and seconds
would also be acceptable.

May be inoperative provided operational procedures do


not require its use.
*

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Aircraft does not exceed 8 further consecutive flights with the
Flight Data Recorder unserviceable, and
(b) Not more than 72 hours have elapsed since the Flight Data
Recorder was found to be unserviceable, and
(c) Any Cockpit Voice Recorder required to be carried is operative
Note: DFDR is considered to be inoperative when any of the
following conditions exists:
- The loss of the flight recording function is evident to the flight
crew during pre-flight check e.g. by means of a system status
monitor, or
- The need for maintenance has been identified by the system
monitors, where available, with the setting of an indicator and
the cause of that setting has not been determined, or
- Analyses of recorded data or maintenance actions have shown
that more than 5% of the total number of individual parameters
(variable and discrete) required to be recorded for the particular
aircraft are not being recorded properly.

48-1 Multi Function Computer (MFC)


module

NO GO item

48-6 MFC module FAULT light

NO GO item

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3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

CCAS

53-1 Crew alerting computer CAC


ATR 42-300/320
(1) Digital part, only for
aircraft fitted with mod 1403
or 1404

A 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided operations are limited to


three calendar days

B 1 1

B
A

*
*

(o)

53-2 Master Warning (MW) light and


associated Cancel function
ATR 42-300/320

C 2 1

(o)

53-2 Master Warning (MW) light and


associated Cancel function
ATR42-400/500 ATR 72

C 2 1

53-3 Master Caution (MC) light and


associated Cancel function
ATR 42-300/320

C 2 1

53-3 Master Caution (MC) light and


associated Cancel function
ATR42-400/500 ATR 72

C 2 1

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The aural caution is operative, and
(b) All caution lights on the CAP panel are operative

Refer to MMEL 34 item 58-1

With MPC

Refer to MMEL 31 item 32-1


Note : flight recording functions (Date, time and flight
number) are not available

With MPC and FDEP

Refer to MMEL 34 item 58-1


Note : flight recording functions (Date, time and flight
number) are operative on FDEP

Refer to MMEL 34 item 58-1

C 2 1

2 0

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) MCDU #1 (captain side) is operative, and
(b) flight recording functions (Date, time and flight number)
are operative.
- OR Refer to MMEL 31 item 32-1 and MMEL 34 item 58-1

(2) Hardwired part

(o)

60-5 MCDU
(1) Single MCDU

(2) Dual MCDU


With MPC

With MPC and FDEP

- AP disconnect channel may be inoperative provided AP


is not used (refer to MMEL 22 for ETOPS)
- AP disconnect channel may be inoperative provided both
AP OFF lights are checked operative prior to each
departure (refer to MMEL 22 for ETOPS)
- Overspeed channel may be inoperative provided
maximum airspeed is limited to VMO minus 10 kt IAS
- Excess cabin altitude channel may be inoperative
provided aircraft is operated at or below FL 100
- CONFIG channel may be inoperative
- Flaps unlocked channel may be inoperative provided
flaps control system is considered inoperative, refer to
MMEL 27, and operations are limited to two flights
One may be inoperative provided:
(a) The aural warnings are operative, and
(b) All warning lights on the CAP panel are operative
One may be inoperative provided:
(a) The aural warnings are operative, and
(b) All warning lights on the CAP panel are operative

(o)

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The aural caution is operative, and
(b) All caution lights on the CAP panel are operative

Refer to MMEL 34 item 58-1


Note : flight recording functions (Date, time and flight
number) are operative on FDEP

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ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

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3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

53-1 Crew alerting computer CAC

Not applicable

53-2 Master Warning (MW) light and


associated Cancel function

NO GO item

53-3 Master Caution (MC) light and


associated Cancel function

NO GO item

60-1 Display Unit (DU)

C 5 4

60-2 MCP

B 2 1

(o)

One Display unit may be inoperative among DU#1, DU#3


and DU#5 provided:
(a) Capt PFD/MFD/EWD switch reversion is checked
operative, and
(b) F/O PFD/MFD/EWD switch reversion is checked
operative.

(o)

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The MCP on the Pilot Flying side is operative, and
(b) both radio tuning through MCDU are checked operative.

(1) COM P/B

C 2 1

One may be inoperative provided both MCDU are operative.

(2) NAV P/B

C 2 1

One may be inoperative provided both MCDU are operative.

(3) SURV P/B

B 2 1

One may be inoperative provided the SURV P/B of the Pilot


Flying side is operative.

(4) ESC P/B

C 2 0

One or both may be inoperative.

(5) ENTER P/B and Multi Directional pad B 2 1

One may be inoperative provided both MCDU are operative.

(6) Numeric keyboard

C 2 1

One may be inoperative provided both MCDU are operative.

60-3 EFCP

Refer to MMEL 31 page 3A

60-4 ICP

2 1

One may be inoperative provided associated ADC is considered


inoperative, Refer to MMEL 34 item 11-1

(1)BARO SETROTARYSELECTOR

2 1

One may be inoperative provided associated ADC is considered


inoperative, Refer to MMEL 34 item 11-1

(2) PUSH STD P/B

2 0

One or both may be inoperative.

(3) DH/MDA SELECTION

2 0

One or both may be inoperative provided approach procedures


do not require DH use.

(4) DH/MDA ROTARY SELECTOR

2 0

One or both may be inoperative provided approach procedures


do not require DH use.

(5) SPD TGT Knob

Refer to MMEL 22 item 60-1

(6) AUTO/MAN P/B

Refer to MMEL 22 item 60-2

60-5 MCDU

C 2 1

One may be inoperative.

60-6 DU Switch Reversion

C 2 0

(o)

C 2 1

(o)

One or Both may be inoperative except for ETOPS,


provided all Display Units are operative.
- OR One may be inoperative for ETOPS operations, provided
all Display Units are operative.

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ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

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3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

CCAS (Continued)
R
R
R
R

R
R
R
R
R
R

R
R

53-4 Crew alerting panel CAP


ATR 42-300/320
(1) Warning light

(2) Other lights/function

53-4 Crew alerting panel CAP


ATR42-400/500 ATR72
(1) Warning light

(2) Other light/function

A -

May be inoperative provided operations are limited


to three calendar days
May be inoperative on a channel considered
inoperative:
refer to item 53-1

A - 0 *

May be inoperative provided operations are limited


to three calendar days

A -

May be inoperative provided operations are limited


to three calendar days
- FLAPS UNLOCK light may be inoperative
provided flaps are considered inoperative:
refer to MMEL 27 item 51-1
- EXCESS CAB ALT light may be inoperative
provided flight level is limited to FL100

A - 0 *

May be inoperative provided operations are limited


to three calendar days

53-5 EMER AUDIO CANCEL

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative

53-6 TO CONFIG test

B 1 0 *

May be inoperative

70-1 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

C - 0

May be inoperative

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ATA CHAPTER

ITEM
53-4 Crew alerting panel CAP

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
Not applicable

53-5 EMER AUDIO CANCEL

C 1 0

May be inoperative

53-6 TO CONFIG test

B 1 0

May be inoperative

60-3 EFCP

A 2 1

The right side EFCP may be inoperative provided the


operations are limited to two calendar days.

MFD function P/B:


(1) SYS P/B

A 2 1

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The SYS P/B of the Pilot Flying side is operative and,
(b) Operations are limited to two calendar days.

(2) ND P/B

B 2 1

One may be inoperative provided the ND P/B of the Pilot Flying


side is operative.

(3) PERF P/B

B 2 1

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) PERF P/B of the Pilot Flying side is operative and
(b) MCP of the Pilot Flying is operative

(4) MISC P/B

D 2 0

One or both may be inoperative.

(5) MAP P/B

D 2 0

One or both may be inoperative.

(6) VD P/B

D 2 0

One or both may be inoperative.

(7) BRG P/B

B 4 3

One may be inoperative provided that BRG#1 is available on the


Pilot Flying side.

(8) RANGE P/B

B 2 1

One may be inoperative.

(9) FORMAT P/B

B 2 1

One may be inoperative.

FWS functions P/B:


(10) PROC UP P/B

C 2 1

One may be inoperative.

(11) PROC DOWN P/B

C 2 1

One may be inoperative.

(12) ENTER PROC P/B

C 2 1

One may be inoperative.

(13) PROC MENU P/B

C 1 0

May be inoperative.

(14) MAN DEL P/B

C 1 0

May be inoperative.

(15) RCL P/B

NO GO item.

(16) CLR P/B

B 1 0

May be inoperative.

70-1 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

May be inoperative

1 1

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ALL ATR42-400/500 ALL ATR 72


Except -600 version
ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

CCAS (Continued)
48-1 MFC module

A 4 3 *

One module only may be inoperative provided


operations are limited to two calendar days

May be inoperative provided:


(a) OVBD valve manual mode is operative, and
(b) RH pack is operative, and
(c) AC BTC is operative, and
(d) INV 2 is operative, and
(e) Following warnings are tested prior to the first
flight of the day:
- Flaps UNLOCK
- Stick pusher inhibition
(f) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions if de-icing OVRD system is
inoperative, and
(g) Operations are limited to two calendar days

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Flight level is limited to FL170
(b) OVBD valve manual mode is operative, and
(c) LH pack is operative, and
(d) AC BTC is operative, and
(e)) INV 1 is operative, and
(f) Following warnings are tested prior to the first
flight of the day:
- Flaps UNLOCK
- Stick pusher inhibition
(g) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions if de-icing OVRD system is
inoperative, and
(h) Operations are limited to two calendar days

(1) MFC module 1A

(2) MFC module 2A

A 1 0 * (o)

A 1 0 * (o)

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ALL ATR42-400/500 ALL ATR 72


Except -600 version
ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

CCAS (Continued)
48-1 MFC module (Continued)
(3) MFC module 1B

A 1 0 * (o)

(4) MFC module 2B

A 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Aircraft is not operated on narrow runways
(width < 30 m (98 ft)), and
(b) OVBD valve manual mode is operative, and
(c) RH pack is operative, and
(d) AC BTC is operative, and
(e) All brakes are operative, and
(f) All alerts and warnings are operative, and
(g) Landing gear is left down for 1 minute after take
off except in case of emergency, and
(h) A minimum turn around of 20 minutes must be
observed, and
(i) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions if de icing OVRD system is
inoperative, and
(j) Operations are limited to two calendar days
May be inoperative provided:
(a) Aircraft is not operated on narrow runways
(width < 30 m (98 ft)), and
(b) OVBD valve manual mode is operative, and
(c) LH pack is operative, and
(d) AC BTC is operative, and
(e) All brakes are operative, and
(f) All alerts and warnings are operative, and
(g) Landing gear is left down for 1 minute after take
off except in case of emergency, and
(h) A minimum turn around of 20 minutes must be
observed, and
(i) Hotel mode is not used, and
(j) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast
icing conditions if de icing OVRD system is
inoperative, and
(k) Operations are limited to two calendar days

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ALL ATR MODELS


ATA 32 LANDING GEAR
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM
31-1 Anti retraction system (lever
latch)

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
C 1 0 *
May be inoperative

31-2 Landing gear lever integrated


red light

C 1 0

May be inoperative

31-3 Landing gear retraction system


and uplocking system

A 1 0

32-4 Brake ACCU pressure Indicator


(on maintenance panel)
ATR Models -600 version

D 1 0

42-1 Wheel brake

C 4 3

(o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Anti-skid system is operative, and
(b) Affected brake is deactivated, and
(c) AFM performance penalty is applied

42-2 Anti-skid system

C 1 0

(o)

42-3 BRK TEMP alert

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Landing gear is left down for 1 minute after take off
except in case of emergency, and
(b) A minimum turn around of 20 minutes is observed

45-1 PRKG BRK light (on CAP)


ALL ATR Models except -600 version C 1 0

May be inoperative provided the parking brake is


operative.
May be inoperative provided the parking brake is
operative.

(o)

May be inoperative, except for ETOPS, provided:


(a) The flight is performed with landing gear down in
compliance with AFM, and
(b) Aircraft is not operated into known or forecast icing
conditions, and
(c) Operations are limited to two calendar days
May be inoperative

May be inoperative provided operations are conducted in


compliance with AFM

45-1 PRKG BRK ON indication


ATR Models -600 version

C 1 0

51-1 Nose wheel steering

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Centering function is not affected, and
(b) All brakes are operative, and
(c) Maximum crosswind component is limited to 15 kt,
and
(d) Aircraft is not operated on narrow runways (width < 30
m (98 ft))

2 1

(o)

May be inoperative

C 1 0

61-1 Landing gear position indicating B


system
61-2 LDG GEAR NOT DN warning
system
ATR Models 42-300/320

May be inoperative provided both landing gear position


indicating systems are operative

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ALL ATR MODELS


ATA 33 LIGHTS
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

10-1 Cockpit lights

C -

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Sufficient lighting to illuminate all instruments,
controls and placards is assured, and
(b) RH dome and STBY instruments integrated
lights are operative

10-2 Cabin lights

C -

Lighting must be sufficient for cabin attendant to


perform its duties

D -

May be inoperative for cargo operations

16-1 ANN light


(1) Test function
(2) DIM function

A 1 0 * (o)

- OR -

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided operations are limited


to two calendar days
May be inoperative for daylight operation

B 1 0 *

May be inoperative for night operation

- OR -

16-2 NO SMKG memo light

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative

16-3 SEAT BELTS memo light

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative

26-1 Cabin sign

C - 0 *

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Passenger address system is operative and is
used to advise passengers and cabin attendant
when seat belts should be fastened and smoking
is prohibited, and
(b) Cabin attendant call and interphone are operative
Note: For cargo operations, no MMEL item entry is
applicable as the system is not required

31-1 Nose wheel well light

C 1 0

May be inoperative

34-1 Cargo bay light

C - 0

May be inoperative

37-1 Main wheel well light

C 2 0

May be inoperative

41-1 NAV light system

C - 0 *

May be inoperative for daylight operation

C - 1 *

May be inoperative for night operation


Note: IEP light is inoperative on Mode ALT system
(if installed), on aircraft without modification:
- 3654 for ATR 72
- 3655 for ATR 42-300/320

R
R

- OR -

R
R

R
R

Refer to MMEL 33 item 49-2

42-1 LAND light

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative for daylight operation

C 2 1 *

May be inoperative for night operation provided one


Landing light is operative

43-1 STROBE light (if installed)

D 3 0 *

One or more STROBE lights may be inoperative


provided all BEACON lights are operative

46-1 TAXI and TO light

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative for daylight operation

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative for night operation provided one


LAND light is operative

- OR -

- OR -

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For ATR 42-300/320 fitted with Mod 8374,


for all ATR 42-400/500 fitted with Mod 5067 or 5171,
for ATR 72 fitted with Mod 5040,
following items must be considered, replacing corresponding items on page MMEL 33 page 1
ATA 33 LIGHTS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

10-2 Cabin lights


(1) ATR 42

C - 9

(2) ATR 72

C - 14

D -

May be inoperative provided:


(a) 9 operating ceiling lights are regularly distributed
within the cabin, and
(b) Lighting must be sufficient for cabin attendant to
perform its duties
- OR May be inoperative provided:
(a) 14 operating ceiling lights are regularly
distributed within the cabin, and
(b) Lighting must be sufficient for cabin attendant to
perform its duties
- OR May be inoperative for cargo operations

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ALL ATR MODELS


ATA 33 LIGHTS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

47-1 LOGO lights (if installed)

D 2 0 *

One or both may be inoperative.

48-1 BEACON light

C 2 1 * (o)

One may be inoperative, provided all STROBE lights


are operative.

C 2 0 * (o)

Two may be inoperative for daylight operations


provided all STROBE lights are operative.

- OR -

Note: If the center fuselage BEACON light is inoperative,


alternative procedures must be developed and used
when aircraft is on ground with engine(s) running.
49-1 WING inspection light

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative for daylight operations

A 2 1 *

For night operations, one may be inoperative provided


operations are limited to three calendar days

C 1 0

May be inoperative for daylight operations

- OR R
R

49-2 IEP light


For aircraft fitted with IEP

- OR -

B 1 0

(o)

50-1 EMER EXIT "DISARM" light C 1 0 *

Provided EMER EXIT light system is operative and


armed prior to each departure

50-2 Floor proximity emergency


escape path marking lights

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Two consecutive bulbs are not inoperative, and
(b) The two extreme bulbs are operative

B -

R
R
R
R

For night operations, may be inoperative provided


flight is not conducted into known or forecast icing
conditions

Note: For cargo operations, no MMEL item entry is


applicable as the system is not required
50-3 Ceiling emergency lighting

B -

May be inoperative provided a maximum of one in


four consecutive overhead emergency lights may
be inoperative.

R
R
R

Note: For cargo operations, no MMEL item entry is


applicable as the system is not required
50-4 Emergency exit signs

C -

Up to 50% of the bulbs may be inoperative in one or


more signs

A -

One may be inoperative provided associated exit is


considered inoperative: refer to MMEL 52

- OR -

R
R
R
R
R

Note: For cargo operations, no MMEL item entry is applicable


as the system is not required, and the emergency exit lights
of the issues accessible by the crew members must be
operative
51-1 Exterior EMER lights

R
R
R
R
R
R

B -

One light may be inoperative for daylight operation only.


For night operation refer to MMEL 52 items 21-1
Note: For cargo operations, no MMEL item entry is applicable
as the system is not required, and the emergency exit lights
of the issues accessible by the crew members must be
operative.
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For ATR 42-300/320 fitted with Mod 8374,


for all ATR 42-400/500 fitted with Mod 5067 or 5171,
for ATR 72 fitted with Mod 5040,
following items must be considered, replacing corresponding items on MMEL 33 page 2
ATA 33 LIGHTS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

R
R
R
R

R
R
R

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

C 50-2 Photoluminescent floor


proximity emergency escape
path marking tape

One or more photoluminescent tape portion may be


inoperative provided:
(a) No more than one meter of photoluminescent
tape on each side, and
(b) This inoperative part is neither facing nor
continuous to an emergency exit
Note: For cargo operations, no MMEL item entry is
applicable as the system is not required

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ALL ATR MODELS


Except -600 version
ATA 34 NAVIGATION
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Air Data System


11-1 Air Data Computer (ADC)

A 2 1

(o)

12-2 STBY altimeter

Vibrator may be inoperative

12-3 Main altimeter

A 2 1

For day VMC flight only, one may inoperative provided:


(a) Standby altimeter is fully operative, and
(b) For ETOPS, CAPT main altimeter is operative, and
(c) Operations are limited to two calendar days.

13-1 Airspeed indicator


(1) Speed indication

A 3 2

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Standby airspeed indicator is operative, and
(b) For ETOPS, CAPT speed indicator is operative, and
(c) Operations are limited to two calendar days.

(2) Speed selector

C 2 0

14-1 Vertical speed indicator

C 2 1

15-1 TAT/SAT - TAS indicator


(1) TAS indication
(2) Temperature indication
(3) SAT switching

C 1 0
C 2 0
C 1 0

*
*
*

21-2 ADC switch


ATR 42-400/500 ATR 72

B 1 0

May be inoperative provided associated ADC is operative

21-3 ADC switch FAULT light


ATR 42-400/500 ATR 72

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided both ADC are operative

20-1 AHRS

Two must be operative

27-1 Standby Horizon

One must be operative

29-1 RMI

C 2 1

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Respective information is available on adjacent EHSI,
and
(b) For ETOPS, RMI #2 is operative.

R
R

The ADC#2 only may be inoperative, provided:


(a) The autopilot use is prohibited below 1000 ft AGL, and
(b) For day VMC flight only, and
(c) Operations are limited to two calendar days, and
(d) For ETOPS, operations are limited to two flights
For ATR 42-400/500 and ATR 72 only, in addition:
(e) TLU manual mode is operative

(o)
One may be inoperative.

(o)

May be inoperative
Both may be inoperative
May be inoperative

Attitude Heading

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ATR MODELS -600 version


ATA 34 NAVIGATION
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Air Data System


11-1 Air Data Computer (ADC)

A 2 1

A 2 1

One may be inoperative, provided:


(a) The autopilot used is prohibited below 1000ft AGL, and
(b) The IESI is operative, and
(c) For day VMC flight only, and
(d) Operations are limited to two calendar days, and
(e) For ETOPS, AHRS#1 must be operative and
operations are limited to two flights.

A 1 0

IESI may be inoperative provided:


(a) Both AHRS are operative, and
(b) Both ADC are operative, and
(c) For day VMC flight only, and
(d) Operations are limited to two calendar days, and
(e) For ETOPS, operations are limited to two flights.

(2) STD baro button

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided the SET rotary switch and


the SEL pushbutton operates normally

(3) Brightness button

C 2 0

(o)

One ADC may be inoperative provided:


(a) The TLU manual mode is operative,
(b) The IESI is operative, and
(c) All the IOM DC are operative, and
(d) The operations are limited to two calendar days, and
(e) The autopilot is not used below 1000ft AGL, and
(f) For day VMC flight only, and
(g) For ETOPS, the ADC#1 must be operative and operations
are limited to two flights.
Note : When TLU automatic mode is inoperative
Refer to MMEL 27 item 23-2

Attitude Heading
20-1 AHRS

R
R
Integrated Electronic Standby
Instruments
22-1 IESI
(1)

R
R

One or both may be inoperative provided the brightness


level is acceptable for the flight crew on the affected side.

Airport Navigation function

38-1 Airport Navigation function


(if installed)
(1) Airport databases

D 2 0
C

May be inoperative
May be inoperative provided airport maps required for the
flight have not been amended in current database.
- OR May be inoperative provided the airport navigation
function is not used.

Note: Database(s) which is/are out of date


is/are considered to be inoperative

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ALL ATR MODELS


Except -600 version
ATA 34 NAVIGATION
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Radio Navigation System


33-1 Marker beacon system

36-1 ILS
41-1 Weather radar

41-2 Radome bonding adhesive


tapes (if installed)

C 1 0

One or both may be inoperative for IFR operations provided


approaches and missed approaches are not based on marker
beacon only on the airports required to be selected for the
intended flight route.
- OR -

One or both may be inoperative for flight in accordance with VFR


Refer to MMEL 34 (page 5)
May be inoperative provided the weather reports or forecast
available to the captain indicate that cumulo-nimbus clouds or
other potentially hazardous weather conditions, which could be
detected by the system when in working order, are unlikely to be
encountered on the intended flight route.

C 8 7

May be inoperative provided flight is not conducted into known or


forecasted cumulo-nimbus, thunderstorm or sandstorm for the
intended flight route.
Note: If inoperative Refer to MMEL 34 items 48-2 and 57-1

42-1 Radio altimeter System


(1) ATR 42-300/320
ATR 72 with mod 3756
(2) ATR 42-400/500 and ATR 72
without mod 3756
48-2 Ground Proximity Warning System
(GPWS)
51-1 Distance Measuring Equipment
(DME)

C 1 0

May be inoperative

B 1 0

May be inoperative
Note: Stick pusher inhibition under 500 ft will be inoperative
Refer to MMEL 34 (page 3)

One or more may be inoperative provided navigation procedures


for the intended flight routes are not dependant upon the
use of affected DME.
- OR -

(o)

One or more may be inoperative, provided that the affected DME


is not required for the intended flight routes and approach
procedure(s) to be performed.
Note: The approach procedure(s) intended to be perform are at
the airports specified in the operational flight plan.
- OR -

52-1 ATC Mode S Transponder (if


installed)
53-1 ADF Receiver

Any in excess of those required for the intended flight route


may be inoperative
Refer to MMEL 34 (page 4)
One or more may be inoperative provided navigation procedures
for the the intended flight routes to be flown are not
dependant upon the use of affected ADF.
- OR -

(o)

One or more may be inoperative provided alternate approved


navigational equipment is operative and used.
- OR -

55-1 VOR Navigation system


57-1 Airborne Collision Avoidance System
(if installed)
58-1 GPS/GNSS (if installed)

Any in excess of those required for the intended flight route


may be inoperative
Refer to MMEL 34 (page 5)
Refer to MMEL 34 (page 6)
* (o)

May be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided


alternate procedures are established and used

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ATR MODELS -600 version


ATA 34 NAVIGATION
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Radio Navigation System


33-1 Marker beacon system

C 2 0

D 2 0

One or both may be inoperative for IFR operations provided


approaches and missed approaches are not based on marker
beacon only on the airports required to be selected for the
intended flight route.
- OR -

One or both may be inoperative for flight in accordance with VFR


36-1 ILS

Refer to MMEL 34 (page 5)

41-1 Weather radar

C 1 0

May be inoperative provided the weather reports or forecast


available to the captain indicate that cumulo-nimbus clouds or
other potentially hazardous weather conditions, which could be
detected by the system when in working order, are unlikely to be
encountered on the intended flight route.

41-2 Radome bonding adhesive tapes


(if installed)

C 8 7

May be inoperative provided flight is not conducted into known or


forecasted cumulo-nimbus, thunderstorm or sandstorm for the
intended flight route.

42-1 Radio Altimeter System

B 1 0

May be inoperative.
Note: Stick pusher inhibition under 500 ft will be inoperative
Note: Some GPWS functions are lost and ACAS is lost:
Refer MMEL34 item 48-2 and Refer MMEL34 item 57-1

Aircraft fitted with Mod 5967

D 2

One may be inoperative

- OR -

48-2 Ground Proximity Warning System


(GPWS)
51-1 Distance Measuring Equipment
(DME)

Refer to MMEL 34 (page 3)


C

One or more may be inoperative provided navigation procedures


for the intended flight routes are not dependant upon the
use of affected DME.
- OR -

(o)

One or more may be inoperative, provided that the affected DME


is not required for the intended flight routes and approach
procedure(s) to be performed.
Note: The approach procedure(s) intended to be perform are at
the airports specified in the operational flight plan.
- OR -

Any in excess of those required for the intended flight route


may be inoperative

52-1 ATC Mode S Transponder


53-1 ADF Receiver

Refer to MMEL 34 (page 4)


C

One or more may be inoperative provided navigation procedures


for the planned routes to be flown are not dependant upon the
use of affected ADF.
- OR -

(o)

One or more may be inoperative provided alternate approved


navigational equipment is operative and used.
- OR -

Any in excess of those required for the intended flight route


may be inoperative

55-1 VOR Navigation system

Refer to MMEL 34 (page 5)

57-1 Airborne Collision Avoidance System


58-1 Global Positioning system (GPS)
function

Refer to MMEL 34 (page 6)


C

* (o)

(o)

May be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided alternate


procedures are established and used.
- OR -

One may be inoperative provided GPS#1 is operative

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ATA 34 NAVIGATION (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Radio Navigation System


(Continued)
R
R
R

48-2 Ground Proximity Warning


System

A - 0 *

May be inoperative provided repairs or


replacements are carried out within six further
flights or twenty-five flying hours or two calendar
days, whichever occurs first

(1) Modes 1 to 4

A - 0

May be inoperative provided repairs or


replacements are carried out within six further
flights or twenty-five flying hours or two calendar
days, whichever occurs first

(2) Test Mode

A - 0

May be inoperative provided repairs or


replacements are carried out within six further
flights or twenty-five flying hours or two calendar
days, whichever occurs first

(3) Glideslope Deviation


(Mode 5)

B - 0

May be inoperative

C - 0

- OR May be inoperative for day VMC only

R
R
R

R
R
R

(4) Terrain Awareness &


Warning System
(TAWS)
(Where required)

A - 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) The GPWS functions are operative, and
(b) Repairs or replacements are carried out within
ten calendar days
- OR May be inoperative provided repairs or
replacements are carried out within six further
flights or twenty-five flying hours or two calendar
days, whichever occurs first

A - 0
R
R
R
(5) Advisory Callouts
(If installed)

C - 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used
Note: Check Flight Manual limitations for approach
minimums.

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ATA 34 NAVIGATION (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Radio Navigation System


(Continued)
Note: An operative ATC Mode S Transponder is defined as a transponder that can provide at least
Elementary Surveillance Capability.
52-1 ATC Mode S transponder
system
For ALL ATR Models
Except -600 version

D - 0

C - 0

(1) Enhanced Surveillance


Capability (if installed)

D - 0

C - 0

52-1 ATC Mode S transponder


system
For ATR Models -600 version
(1) Enhanced Surveillance
or ADS-B out Capability

Any in excess of those required for the intended


route may be inoperative
Note: the intended route includes all the airports
specified in the operational flight plan.
- OR One or more may be inoperative provided
permission is obtained from the Air Navigation
Service Provider(s) when required for the
intended route or airport(s).
Note: Altitude reporting, provided by an ATC Mode
S Transponder, is required for ACAS II operation.
Refer to MMEL 34 (page 6) item 57-1.
One or more Downlinked Aircraft Parameters,
which provide Enhanced Surveillance, may be
inoperative when not required for the intended
route
- OR One or more Downlinked Aircraft Parameters,
which provide Enhanced Surveillance, may be
inoperative when required for the intended route
As Required by regulations

As Required by regulations

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ATA 34 NAVIGATION (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Radio Navigation System


(Continued)
36-1 ILS

C 2 0

One or both may be inoperative for IFR operations


provided approaches and missed approaches are not
based on ILS only on the airports required to be selected
for the intended flight route
- OR One or both may be inoperative for flight in accordance
with VFR

D 2 0
55-1 VOR Navigation system

C 2 1

(o)

(o)

Any in excess of one may be inoperative provided:


(a) Both ADF and DME are operative or alternative
approved equipment giving equivalent or enhanced
navigation capability is operative, and.
(b) Operational procedures, are not based only
on VOR signals.
- OR One or more may be inoperative for a maximum of
5 flights provided:
(a) Two additional items of equipment giving equivalent
navigation capability are operative, and
(b) The flight can proceed safely, including approach
phase using the other operative navigation systems.

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ATA 34 NAVIGATION (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Radio Navigation System


(Continued)
57-1 Airborne Collision Avoidance
System
R

(1) ACAS System

A 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative for ten calendar days, provided


the system is set to OFF.
Note: when approving the operators MEL, National
Aviation Authority may impose a more restrictive
rectification interval considering the regulations
applicable to the airspace(s) to be flown.

(2) Combine TA and RA


Dual Display

C - 1

(o)

May be inoperative on the non-flying pilot side


provided, TA and RA elements and audio
functions are operative on the flying pilot side

(3) Resolution Advisory (RA) C - 1


Display System
C - 0

(o)

One may be inoperative on the non-flying pilot side.


- OR One or more may be inoperative provided:
(a) All Traffic Alert (TA) display elements and audio
functions are operative, and
(b) TA only mode is selected by the crew

C - 0

(o)

(4) Traffic Alert (TA) Display


System

(o)

One or more may be inoperative provided all


installed RA display and audio functions are
operative.

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Except -600 version
ATA 34 NAVIGATION (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Switching
R

70-1 EFIS/SG

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative in normal position

70-2 ATT/HDG

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative in normal position

70-3 VOR/ILS

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative in normal position

C 4 3 * (o)

One may be inoperative provided CAPT EADI is


operative
- OR Two may be inoperative except for ETOPS, for day
VMC flight provided they are not on the same side

Electronic flight instrument


display
71-1 Cathod Ray Tube (CRT)

B 4 2 * (o)
71-2 Symbol Generator Unit
(SGU)

A 2 1 *

SGU 2 only may be inoperative except for ETOPS,


provided:
(a) For day VMC flight, and
(b) Operations are limited to two calendar days

C - 0

May be inoperative

Miscellaneous
R

76-1 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

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ATA 34 NAVIGATION (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

61-1 Flight Management Application

C 2 0

61-2 Navigation databases

A -

Note: Database(s) which is/are


out of date is/are considered to
be inoperative

(o)

May be inoperative provided operations/procedures do


not require its use.
One or more may be inoperative for the intended route where
conventional (non-RNAV) navigation is sufficient, provided:
(a) Current aeronautical information (e.g. charts) is available for
the entire route and for the airports intended to be used, and
(b) Navigation database information is disregarded.
- ORAny in excess of one may be inoperative provided:
(a) The operative database is up to date for routes, departures,
arrival and approach procedures that require the use of
navigation Database for RNAV, and
(b) This up to date Database is readily available to the flight
crew member(s) responsible for navigation.
- OR One or more may be inoperative for a maximum of 10 calendar
days provided:
(a) Area Navigation (RNAV) departure, arrival and approach
procedures do not depend on the data amended in the current
database cycle, and
(b) Before each flight, current aeronautical information is used
to verify the database Navigation Fixes, the coordinates,
frequencies, status (as applicable) and suitability of Navigation
Facilities required for the intended route, and
(c) Radio navigation aids, which are required to be flown for
departure, arrival and approach procedures and which have been
amended in the current database cycle, are manually tuned and
identified.
- OR One or more may be inoperative for a maximum of 10 calendar
days provided:
(a) Conventional (Non-RNAV) departure, arrival and approach
procedures, when available, or ANSP assistance are used as an
alternative to RNAV procedures which have been amended in
the current database cycle, and
(b) Before each flight, current aeronautical information is used
to verify the database Navigation Fixes, the coordinates,
frequencies, status (as applicable) and suitability of Navigation
Facilities required for the intended route, and
(c) Radio navigation aids, which are required to be flown for
departure, arrival and approach procedures and which have
been amended in the current database cycle, are manually
tuned and identified.

Miscellaneous
76-1 Indications and controls on
maintenance panels

C - 0

All may be inoperative

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ATA 35 OXYGEN
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

11-1 LO PR alert

B 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided maximum altitude is


limited to 10,000 ft pressure altitude

13-1 Flight deck Pressure


indication

B 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided oxygen pressure is


checked on the bottle direct reading gauge prior to
each departure

15-1 Bottle gauge

B 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided flight deck pressure


indication is operative

20-1 Passenger oxygen system

B 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided maximum altitude is


limited to 10,000 ft pressure altitude
- OR -

(1) Passenger service unit

35-1 Portable Oxygen Bottle

B -

* (o) (m) One or more passenger service units may be


inoperative provided:
(a) Affected seats are blocked and placarded to
prevent occupancy,
(b) Units are operative for all operative passenger
seats, toilet compartment (if applicable) and cabin
attendant location (if applicable)
- OR D - 0
For cargo operations
D -

65 -1Tool Oxygen manual release C 4 3 *


ALL ATR 72

(m) Any in excess of that required may be inoperative or


missing provided each inoperative equipment is
placarded inoperative, removed from the installed
location, and placed out of sight so it cannot be
mistaken for functional unit
One may be inoperative provided the remaining tools
(3) are checked before each departure

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ATA 36 PNEUMATIC SYSTEM
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

11-1 HP valve

C 2 1 *

11-2 BLEED valve

In case of BLEED LEAK a maintenance action is


due to close X BLEED:
refer to item 11-4
C 2 1 * (o) (m) One may be inoperative provided:
(a) It is secured closed, and
(b) Flight level is limited to FL 170.
For ATR 42-300/320, in case of cargo operations,
in addition:
(c) No combustible material is carried in any
compartment.

11-3 Bleed FAULT alert

C 2 1 *

- 2 1 *

(m) One may be inoperative provided it is deactivated

One may be inoperative provided associated pack


FAULT alert is operative.
- OR One may be inoperative provided associated bleed
valve is considered inoperative and selected OFF:
refer to item 11-2

11-4 Ground X feed valve

C 1 0 *

(m) May be inoperative provided it is secured closed.

11-5 Ground X FEED VALVE


OPEN alert

C 1 0 *

(m) May be inoperative provided X valve is checked


closed.

11-6 OVHT alert

- 2 1 *

One may be inoperative provided associated bleed


valve is considered inoperative and selected OFF:
refer to item 11-2

22-1 LEAK alert

- 2 1 *

One may be inoperative provided associated bleed


valve is considered inoperative and selected OFF:
refer to item 11-2

70-1 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

C - 0

May be inoperative

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ATR MODELS -600 version


ATA 42 INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

11-1 IOM DC
11-2 IOM AP

NO GO item
- 2 0

One or both may be inoperative


Refer to MMEL22 item 18-1
Refer to MMEL22 item 18-3

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ATA 46 INFORMATION SYSTEMS
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

25-1 Electronic Flight Bag


(1) System device

C 2 -

* (o)

May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used
- OR
May be inoperative provided procedures do not
require its use.

* (o)

May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used
- OR
May be inoperative provided procedures do not
require its use.

* (o)

May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used
- OR
May be inoperative provided procedures do not
require its use.

* (o)

May be inoperative provided alternate procedures


are established and used
- OR
May be inoperative provided procedures do not
require its use.

D 2 0

(2) Mounting device

C 2 -

D 2 0

(3) Power connection

C 2 -

D 2 0

(4) Data connectivity

C 2 -

D 2 0

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ATA 52 DOORS
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

11-1 Door alert system


(1)

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

(m) May be inoperative provided affected door(s)


checked locked closed prior to each flight
- OR (2) ATR 42-300/320 with mod B 1 0 * (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:
0339
(a) Affected doors are checked locked closed prior
to each flight
(b) Flight is performed with manual pressurization if
forward cabin door is concerned
- OR B 1 0 * (o) (m) May be inoperative provided:
(3) ATR 72-201/211,
ATR 72-212A with Mod 5928
(a) Affected doors are checked locked closed prior
(FWD cabin door and FWD
to each flight
service door ONLY)
(b) Flight is performed with manual pressurization

11-20 Secondary handrail


(if installed)

R
R
R

12-1 Passenger Door Torque


Tube
(1) ALL ATR MODELS
except ATR 72-201/211
without mod 2643

B 1 0 *

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided the rail is secured in


retracted position or removed.

A 1 0 *

May be inoperative for one ferry flight to a base


where repair is possible provided:
(a) Ground personnel assistance for opening and
closing operation is available, and
(b) Door is not operated from inside the aircraft
(except in case of emergency), and
(c) It is checked that nobody is right below the
door during the operation, and
(d) All possibly concerned personnel are informed
about the unbalanced condition.
- OR Not applicable

(2) ATR 72-201/211 without A 1 0 *


mod 2643
21-1 Emergency Exit
31-1 Cargo door motor actuator
(if installed)

Refer to MMEL 52 page 2 for this item


C 1 0

C 1 0

R
R
R

31-2 Cargo door control system


(if installed)

C 1 0 *

31-3 AUX AFT Cargo door


(class C) (if installed)

C 1 0 *

(m) May be inoperative provided an approved


mechanical device (crank) installed in the aircraft
is used for cargo door operation
- OR An alternate way is defined to load/unload the
forward cargo
May be inoperative provided cargo door is visually
checked locked closed
(m) May be inoperative provided:
(a) Door is secured to not block any emergency
exit and
(b) Procedures are established and used to
ensure that compartment remains empty

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307 313 316 326 330 342 357
before CI ATR 72-98-342B (mod 8483) embodiment
ATA 52 DOORS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

12-2 Passenger Door Kinematics C 1 0 *


Motorized Function

(m) May be inoperative provided:


(a) All door mechanical parts are operative, and
(b) Ground personnel assistance for opening and
closing operation is available, and
(c) It is checked that nobody is right below the door
during the operation, and
(d) All possibly concerned personnel are informed

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ATA 52 DOORS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

21-1 Emergency Exit (including


passenger/crew doors, but
excluding flight deck
emergency exits)
(1) Passenger or Combi
Configuration

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

A -

(2) All Cargo Configuration


C - 2
Note: The relief
contained herein requires
that flight deck
emergency exit / means A - 1
of escape exists and
remain operative.
R

One may be inoperative for a maximum of five


flights provided:
(a) The passenger number reduction and
distribution policy, and cabin safety procedures
are established and used, and
(b) The affected emergency exit is closed and
locked, and
(c) A conspicuous barrier, strap or rope and a
placard stating DO NOT USE are placed across
the affected emergency exit prior to passenger
boarding, and
(d) The affected emergency exit is not used for
passenger boarding, nor for any purpose whilst
passengers are on board, and
(e) Visual indications (illuminated and nonilluminated) directing passengers to the affected
emergency exit are obscured, and
(f) All crew members are briefed on the location and
condition of the affected emergency exit,
passenger distribution and modified cabin safety
procedures, and
(g) The affected emergency exit and blocked
seating layout are checked before each flight by
the relevant cabin crew member, and
(h) The escape path to the affected emergency exit
is checked by the relevant cabin crew member to
be unobstructed before each take off and landing,
and
(i) Extended overwater flight is prohibited
Note: If the affected emergency exit is operative
mechanically, it may still be used for evacuation in
the case of emergency.
Any in excess of two non-cockpit emergency exits,
intended to be used by the persons on board to
evacuate the aircraft, may be inoperative
- OR Any in excess of one non-cockpit emergency exit,
intended to be used by the persons on board to
evacuate the aircraft, may be inoperative for a
maximum of five flights

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ALL ATR MODELS


ATA 52 DOORS (Continued)
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

42-1 Service door Hold open device


(1)
C 1 0

(2) Aircraft fitted with mod


4358
R
R
R
R
R
R

50-1 Cockpit door locking system B 1 0 * (o)


ATR 72

(m) May be inoperative (cable failure) provided the


approved mechanical device to maintain the hook
open is installed
- OR Not applicable
May be inoperative provided the complete system is
deactivated.

(1) System (Control Unit,


Toggle Switch, Lights on
Control Panel, Buzzer)

A 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided operations are limited


to two calendar days

(2) Call Pushbutton on Door


Call Panel

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided the crew members


interphone is operative

(3) EMER Pushbutton on


Door Call Panel

C 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided the crew members


interphone is operative

(4) OPEN Light on Door Call


Panel

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative

(5) DENY Light on Door Call


Panel

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided the crew members


interphone is operative

R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R

50-1 Cockpit door locking system C 1 0 * (o)


ATR 42 (If installed)

May be inoperative provided the complete system is


deactivated.

(1) System (Control Unit,


Toggle Switch, Lights on
Control Panel, Buzzer)

A 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided operations are limited


to two calendar days

(2) Call Pushbutton on Door


Call Panel

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided the crew members


interphone is operative

(3) EMER Pushbutton on


Door Call Panel

C 1 0 * (o)

May be inoperative provided the crew members


interphone is operative

(4) OPEN Light on Door Call


Panel

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative

(5) DENY Light on Door Call


Panel

C 1 0 *

May be inoperative provided the crew members


interphone is operative

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ALL ATR MODELS


ATA 56 WINDOWS
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

Caution
A cockpit window with minor damages, as
described in SRM ref 56-10-00, is considered
operative, but the vision through this cockpit
window must be acceptable to the pilot.

11-1 Windshield (including main


windshield, forward and
after side windows)

C 6 6

R
R
R
R
R

R
R
R
R
R

A 6 6

(m) External ply may be cracked, provided vision is not


unacceptably impaired. In addition, for after side
windows crack, refer to DDG 56 for this item.
- OR (m) Structural damages may be present provided:
(a) Flight is conducted unpressurized, and
(b) Vision through affected cockpit windshield is
acceptable to the pilot, and
(c) Operations are limited to one calendar day.

21-1 Passenger compartment


window
(1) Passenger configuration

A -

(m) One or more cabin windows may be cracked


provided:
(a) Flight is conducted unpressurized, and
(b) Operations are limited to one calendar day.

(2) Cargo configuration

B -

(m) One or more cabin windows may be cracked


provided the flight is conducted unpressurized.

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ALL ATR MODELS


ATA 61 PROPELLERS
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM
20-1 CL Actuator
ATR 72-201/202/211/212

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
B 2 0
(o)
Both may be inoperative

21-1 Synchrophaser
ATR 42-300/320
ATR 72-201/202/211/212

C 1 0

21-2 PCU
ATR 42-300/320
R ATR 72-201/202/211/212

A 2 2

May be inoperative

(o)

NP may be out of standard limits, provided:


(a) NP remains less than 101.5% at take off, and
(b) Operations are limited to two flights

22-1 Autofeather system (and


associated test)

C 2 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided operations are conducted in


compliance with AFM

22-2 ATPCS (and associated test)

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided operations are conducted in


compliance with AFM

22-3 ATPCS ARM light

C 1 0

42-1 NP indicator
ATR 42-300/320
ATR 72-201/202/211/212
without Mod 3973 or 4371

C 2 2

C 2 1

C 2 0

45-1 LO PITCH CAUTION light

May be inoperative provided ATPCS is considered


inoperative
(m) Either pointer or counter may be inoperative on
each indicator provided associated PROP anti
icing is checked operative
- OR (o)
One may be inoperative except for ETOPS provided
aircraft is not operated into known or forecast icing
conditions
(o)

May be inoperative provided neither reverser is used at


landing

Propeller brake items 50-1, 51-1,


51-2 and 51-3 apply only
when propeller brake is
installed

R
R

50-1 Propeller brake

51-1 PROP BRAKE UNLK

May be inoperative provided propeller brake is removed


after deactivation:
Refer to MMEL61 item 50-1

51-2 PROP BRK local and memo


light

C 2 1

C 2 0

One may be inoperative


- OR May be inoperative provided propeller brake is not used

51-3 PROP BRK ready light

C 1 0

60-1 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

R
R

(m) May be inoperative


Note: hotel mode is not available

(o)

May be inoperative provided propeller brake is not used


All may be inoperative

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For ATR 72-201/202/211/212 fitted with 3973 or 4371,


for all ATR 42-400/500 and for all ATR 72-212A, including ATR Models -600 version
following items must be considered, in addition or replacing corresponding items on MMEL 61 page 1

ATA 61 PROPELLERS (Continued)


ATA CHAPTER

20-1 CL Actuator

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
Not applicable

21-1 PEC channel

A 4 2

(o)

Two may be inoperative provided:


(a) One channel is operative on each engine, and
(b) Reversers are not used when operated on narrow
runways (width < 30 m (98 ft)), and
(c) Operations are limited to two calendar days

21-2 PEC SGL CH light

A 2 0

(o)

May be inoperative provided:


(a) PEC channel is considered inoperative on affected
engine:
Refer to MMEL61 item 21-1, and
(b) Operations are limited to two calendar days

21-3 APC ATR 72-202/212 with


mod 4408

C 1 0

21-4 PIU and associated propeller


speed selection

C 2 0

42-1 NP indicator
ATR 72-201/202/211/212 fitted with
3973 or 4371
ATR 42-400/500
ATR 72-212A

C 2 2

C 2 1

42-1 NP indication
ATR Models -600 version

C 2 1

ITEM

May be inoperative
(o)

May be inoperative provided both CL are set to 100%


OVRD
Note: if affected side cannot be identified, both PIU
should be considered as inoperative.
(m) Either pointer or counter may be inoperative on
each indicator provided associated PROP anti
icing is checked operative
- OR One may be inoperative except for ETOPS provided
aircraft is not operated into known or forecast icing
conditions
One may be inoperative, except for ETOPS, provided the
aircraft is not operated into known or forecast icing
conditions.

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ALL ATR MODELS


ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL
ATA CHAPTER

13-1 IDLE GATE FAIL alert

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
C 1 0 * (o)

15-1 Fuel heater

C 2 0

C 2 0

23-1 PWR MGT rotary selector


ATR 42-300/320

C 1 0

(o)

May be inoperative in TO position

23-1 PWR MGT rotary selector


ATR 72-201/202/211/212

C 2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative

23-1 PWR MGT rotary selector


ATR 42-400/500
ATR 72-201/202/211/212 with mod
3793 or 4371
ATR 72-212A

A 2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative provided operations are limited to


two calendar days

23-2 ECU
ATR 42-300/320

A 2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) DC HYD pump is operative, and
(b) Operations are conducted in compliance with AFM,
and
(c) Operations are limited to two calendar days.

23-2 EEC
(1) ATR42-400/500 ALL ATR 72
except -600 version

A 2 1

(o)

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The DC HYD pump is operative, and
(b) The Associated pack and bleed valve are operative, and
(c) The Operations are conducted in compliance with AFM, and
(d) The Operations are limited to two calendar days.

(2) ATR Models -600 version

A 2 1

* (o)

One EEC, counter and associated TQ target bug may be


inoperative provided:
(a) The DC HYD pump is operative, and
(b) The Associated pack and bleed valve are operative, and
(c) The Operations are conducted in compliance with AFM, and
(d) The Operations are limited to two calendar days.
Note: Disregard HBV flag on TQ 1(2) indication.

23-3 Uptrim (and associated test)

C 2 0

(o)

Both may be inoperative

23-4 UPTRIM light

2 0

(o)

One or more may be inoperative provided uptrim is


considered inoperative:
Refer to MMEL 73 item 23-3

23-5 ERIU (if installed)


Aircraft fitted with PW127M

C 1 0

(o) (m) May be inoperative with Boost ON function position for the
flight provided ERIU is deactivated

23-6 Boost Function (if installed)

D 1 0

(o)

ITEM
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(m) May be inoperative provided :


If the reported fuel temperature is too low and SAT cannot
be maintained above 0C during the flight:
(a) Refer to maintenance procedure before any refueling,
and
(b) Check engine oil level before the first flight of each day
- OR (m) May be inoperative provided :
If the reported fuel temperature is too high: refer to
maintenance procedure before any refueling

May be inoperative

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ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

31-1 Fuel flow indication

B 2 1 *

One may be inoperative

31-2 Fuel used

C 2 1 *

One may be inoperative provided associated tank


fuel QTY indicator is operative

34-1 Fuel clog

A 2 1 *

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) Associated engine parameters are monitored
during the flight, and
(b) Operations are limited to one calendar day and
aircraft does not depart an airport where repair or
replacement may be carried out

35-1 Fuel temperature indication

C 2 0 *

May be inoperative provided associated fuel heater


is considered inoperative:
Refer to MMEL 73 item 15-1

60-1 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

C - 0

May be inoperative

MASTER MINIMUM
EQUIPMENT LIST

MMEL 74
EASA
APPROVED

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ATA 74 IGNITION
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

21-1 Spark igniters box

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

A 4 2 *

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31-1 CONT RELIGHT memo light C 1 0 *
- OR 31-1 IGN memo light
C 1 0 *

One or two may be inoperative except for ETOPS,


provided:
(a) One is operative on each engine, and
(b) Operations are limited to three calendar days
May be inoperative.
May be inoperative.

MASTER MINIMUM
EQUIPMENT LIST

MMEL 75
EASA
APPROVED

ALL ATR MODELS


ATA 75 AIR
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM

20-1 HBV discharge flapper


(if installed)

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS

D 4 0

All may be inoperative

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EASA
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ATA 77 ENGINE INDICATING
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM
00-1 TSCU
ATR 42-300/320

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00-1 AFU
ATR 42-400/500 ATR 72

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
B 2 1 * (o) (m) One may be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided:
(a) Both engines NP and NH indicators are operative, and
(b) ATPCS is considered inoperative:
refer to MMEL 61 item 22-2
B 2 1

C 2 2

C 2 1

(o) (m) Except for ETOPS, may be inoperative provided flight is


conducted in compliance with AFM, and AFU is
deactivated.

11-1 NH indicator

(o)

11-2 NL indicator
(1) ATR 42-300/320/400

Either pointer or counter may be inoperative on each


indicator
- OR One may be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided both
engines TQ and NP indicators are operative
Not applicable

(3) ATR 42-500 - ATR 72s

C 2 1

One may be inoperative provided associated NH indicator


is operative and monitored

(4) ATR MODELS -600 version

C 2 0

May be inoperative provided associated NH indicator is


operative and monitored

13-1 TQ Indicator
ALL ATR MODELS except -600
version

C 2 2

C 2 2

C 2 1

C 4 2

C 4 4

C 4 2

20-1 ITT

C 2 2

Either pointer or counter may be inoperative on each


indicator

21-1 Excessive ITT alert

A 2 0

May be inoperative provided:


(a) Associated ITT indicator is operative and monitored
throughout the flight, and
(b) Operations are limited to three calendar days

60-1 Indications and controls on


maintenance panels

13-1 TQ Indication
ATR MODELS -600 version

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(o) (m) Either pointer or counter may be inoperative on each


indicator, provided the HBV is checked operative.
Note: if the needle is inoperative, Refer to MMEL 61
item 22-1 and 22-2.
- OR FDAU target bug may be inoperative on each indicator
- OR One may be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided both
engines NH and NP indicators are operative.
(o)

(o)

Either pointer or counter may be inoperative on each


indicator, provided the HBV is checked operative
- OR Target bug and counter may be inoperative on each
indicator providing associated EEC is operative
- OR One may be inoperative except for ETOPS, provided both
engines NH and NP indicators are operative.

May be inoperative

MASTER MINIMUM
EQUIPMENT LIST

MMEL 79
EASA
APPROVED

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ATA 79 OIL
ATA CHAPTER

ITEM
26-1 Oil cooler flap actuator
(1) ATR 42-300/320/400

2 - REPAIR INTERVAL CATEGORY


3 - NUMBER INSTALLED
4 - NUMBER REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH
5 - REMARKS OR CONDITIONS
B 2 1

(2) ATR 42-500 ATR 72

(m) One may be inoperative provided engine oil temperature


is monitored throughout the flight
- OR Not applicable

32-1 Oil temperature indication


For ALL ATR MODELS
except -600 version

B 2 1

(m) One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The affected engine oil level is checked before the
first flight of each day, and
(b) The associated fuel temperature gauge is operative
and monitored throughout the flight, and
(c) The associated oil pressure gauge is operative and
monitored throughout the flight
For ATR 42-300/320/400 only, in addition:
(d) The oil cooler flap actuator maintenance procedure is
applied

32-1 Oil temperature indication


For ATR MODELS -600 version

B 2 1

(m) One may be inoperative provided:


(a) The associated fuel temperature indication is
operative, and
(b) The Oil pressure indication is operative, and
(c) The affected engine oil level is checked before the first
flight of each day.

33-1 Oil pressure indication


For ALL ATR MODELS
except -600 version

B 2 1

(m) One may be inoperative provided the associated ENG


OIL on CAP alert is checked operative

33-1 Oil pressure indication


For ATR MODELS -600 version

B 2 1

(m) One may be inoperative provided the associated ENG


OIL PRESS alert is checked operative.

34-1 ENG OIL CAP alert


For ALL ATR MODELS
except -600 version

B 2 1

34-1 ENG OIL CAP alert


For ATR MODELS -600 version

One may be inoperative provided:


(a) the associated pressure indicator is operative, and
(b) the oil pressure is monitored throughout the flight
Not applicable.

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Revision
Number

Edition Date

Destroyed

01

JUN 08

RN 01 NOV 08

02

JUL 09

RN 02 NOV 09

03

MAY 11

RN 03 MAY 11

04

JUL 11

RN 04 DEC 12

Insertion Date

Applicability Date

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Date

Reason

Chapter involved
DDG 23
DDG 27
DDG 28
DDG 31
DDG 32
DDG 61
Refer to the DDG -LETP

01

JUN 08

- Procedures (m) or (o) added


- Correction(s) added
- Missing page
- New page

02

JUL 09

VIP Lounge :
Validity extension of the existing items for ATR 72 : Mod 6032 and Mod 5928
(Front Pax door)

MMEL 25 (items 70-1


and 80-1)

- Overboard valve : Operational procedure improvement with a note.


- Operational procedure to test TRU while DC gen channel is inoperative.
- Gust Lock Aileron and Gust Lock Elevator procedures.
- Maintenance procedure added to check the hydraulic fluid.
- Operational procedure improvements (LDG Gear position indication system)
- Hold Open Device: procedure not applicable for aircraft fitted with mod 4358
- Wording correction (model validity)
- JIC reference correction (source of confusion)
- Wording correction (mod 3973)
- PIU operational procedure reviewed (for PEC fitted aircraft)
- TQ indication: correction related to ATPCS. To be selected to OFF.

DDG 21 - 23-1
DDG 24 - 30-1
DDG 27 70-1
DDG 29 - 11-1
DDG 32 - 61-1
DDG 52 - 42-1
DDG 34 - 11-1
DDG 61 - 50-1
DDG 61 - 45-1
DDG 61 - 21-4
DDG 77 - 13-1

Display Unit item


And Display Unit switch reversion

DDG 31 -60-1
DDG 31 -60-6

03

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04

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LIST of NORMAL REVISIONS - L.N.R.


Revision
Number

Revision
Date

00

FEB 08

Insertion Date

Applicability Date
This revision is to be applied not later
than June 30th 2008,
unless where differently noticed.
Refer to the National Authority

01

NOV 08

For JAA operators this normal revision


th
is to be applied not later than April 30 ,
2009.

02

NOV 09

Refer to the national Authority


This revision is to be applied not later
than 30th, March, 2010.

03

MAY 11

Refer to the national Authority


This revision is to be applied not later
than 31th, August, 2011.

04

DEC 12

. Refer to the national Authority


This revision is to be applied not later
than 01st, June, 2013.
Refer to the national Authority

05

JUN 13

This revision is applicable starting from


th
15 November, 2013

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ATA 28 FUEL (Continued)
23-1 X FEED valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Dispatch without any asymmetry.
Maximum fuel unbalance is limited to:
ALL ATR 72 Models (*): 730 kg (1609 lbs)
ALL ATR 42 Models (*): 550 kg (1212 lbs)
(*) including -600 version
Alternate route study must be performed taking into account the lowest tank value only.
When selecting RH PUMP ON check ENG 2 FEED LO PR light extinguishes and ENG 1 FEED LO PR light remains
illuminated.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
23-2 X FEED flow bar
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
When selecting RH PUMP ON check ENG 2 FEED LO PR light extinguishes and ENG 1 FEED LO PR light remains
illuminated.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
25-1 Refueling control panel
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 12-1100 FLG 10025 for manual refueling.
25-2 Pressure refueling cap
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator to follow corresponding MMEL 28 conditions.
41-1 Tank Temperature indication
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Note: Refer to AFM 2.04.05 for temperature limitation.
Maintenance procedures
None.

42-1 Fuel QTY indication


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
In case of suspected fuel leak or fuel unbalance (an excessive aileron trim indication may help for detection),
maintain X FEED valve CLOSED.
See FCOM 2.06

Maintenance procedures
Refer to JIC 12-1100 FLG 10025 for manual refueling.
For All ATR Models fitted with mod 4650 or 4686
Refer to JIC 28-42-72 FUT 10020 (FUNCTIONAL TEST OF FEEDER TANK LOW LEVEL SENSOR)

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ATA 29 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
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11-1 Main HYD pump
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Two-engine taxi is recommended.
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 290000 CHK 10000 to check the level of hydraulic fluid.

31-1 LO LVL alert / 32-1 LO PR alert


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Monitor associated HYD SYS pressure indication throughout the flight.
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None

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33-1 Main hydraulic pump OVHT alert


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During the cockpit preparation, the associated main hydraulic pump is set to OFF

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33-2 DC AUX Pump OVHT alert


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
The DC AUX pump is set to OFF

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION
11-1 De-ice pressure regulating and shut off valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Only for ATR42-200/300/320 and 72-201/202/211/212 not equipped with mod 3973 or 4371:
 If both de-ice valves are in closed position
CL should be manually set on MAX RPM before landing
11-4 AFR AIR BLEED FAULT alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
With bleed supply:
AFR AIR BLEED ............................................................................................................ ON
DE-ICING AIR FRAME .................................................................................................. ON
AIRFRAME FAULT light ............................................................. CHECK EXTINGUISHES
AFR AIR BLEED .......................................................................................................... OFF
AIRFRAME FAULT light ................................................................ CHECK ILLUMINATES
31-1 TAT
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Select ADC associated to valid TAT probe.
TAT heating loss may affect FDAU Torque computation.
Crosscheck with tables.

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31-3 Alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 341111CHK10000 to check pitot probes heating resistance.
60-4 WINDSHIELD HTG FAULT light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Check by hand the correct functioning of the respective heating system.
61-2 Propeller anti-icing ON light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
While engines are running with CL to MAX RPM / AUTO (depending on version):
ACW generation .......................................................................................................... OFF
PROP ANTI-ICING affected .......................................................................................... ON
FAULT alert..................................................................................... CHECK GENERATED

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ALL ATR MODELS


Except -600 version
ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS

Maintenance procedures
None in Chapter 31.
31-1 MPC: APM
for ATR 42-400/500, 72-201/202/211/212/212A fitted with Mod 5567 or 8392 or 8442
for ATR 42-300/320 fitted with Mod 5567 or 8392 or 8442
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Airplane Performance Monitoring (APM)
Monitor the ICING CONDITIONS and SPEED as requested in Airplane Flight Manual Appendix 7.01.15
in Normal, Following Failures and Abnormal procedures for flight in normal and severe icing conditions.
53-1 Crew Alerting Computer CAC
(1) Digital part, only for ATR 42-300/320 fitted with mod 1403 or 1404
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Before each originating flight, perform PITCH TRIM TEST:
 Mod 1403: while maintaining depressed PITCH TRIM TEST L-ACTR PB
- or - Mod 1404: while maintaining depressed PITCH TRIM TEST LA INVERTER PB
NORMAL PITCH TRIM ...................................................................................... RUN
PITCH TRIM IND............................................................................................CHECK
C/B H3 .............................................................................................................OPEN
STBY PITCH TRIM ............................................................................................ RUN
PITCH TRIM IND............................................................................................CHECK
C/B H3 ........................................................................................................... CLOSE
 Mod 1403: while maintaining depressed PITCH TRIM TEST R-ACTR PB
- or - Mod 1404: while maintaining depressed PITCH TRIM TEST RA INVERTER PB
NORMAL PITCH TRIM ...................................................................................... RUN
WHOOLER............................................................................... CHECK ACTIVATED
C/B H3 .............................................................................................................OPEN
STBY PITCH TRIM ............................................................................................ RUN
WHOOLER............................................................................... CHECK ACTIVATED
C/B H3 ........................................................................................................... CLOSE
 Then while maintaining depressed both pushbuttons
STBY PITCH TRIM ............................................................................................ RUN
PITCH TRIM IND.............................................................. CHECK NOT ACTIVATED
WHOOLER....................................................................... CHECK NOT ACTIVATED
TEST THE FOLLOWING WARNINGS:
 ENG 1 FIRE and ENG 2 FIRE by using associated TEST SW on overhead panel.
 LDG GEAR NOT DN by depressing WARN TEST on central instrument panel (if installed).
 ENG 1 OIL and ENG 2 OIL by checking associated light illuminated on CAP before engine start and
extinguished at engine start.
 PUSH IN C/B INV 2.
By using the CCAS rotary selector on the LH maintenance panel, check:
 LDG GEAR NOT DN (if installed).
 PROP BRK (if installed).
 EXCESS ALT.
 FWD, AFT and ELEC SMK.
 VMO.
 STICK PUSHER
NO: stall cricket only if an anti-ice device is selected ON.
FAULT: STICK PUSHER FAULT amber light illuminates after 4 seconds.
YES: stall cricket, both CHAN 1 and CHAN 2 lights illuminate, stick pusher operative after 10 seconds.
CAUTION: Leave the rotary selector on NORM FLT position after having performed the test.
ENG 2 running after PROP BRK has been released (if installed) (BLUE HYD pump running):
 Select Flaps 30, depress FLAPS PTT PB on the RH maintenance panel for 5 seconds.
 Check visually flaps retraction and FLAPS UNLK illumination on CAP.
Same procedure for Flaps 45.

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ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS
Maintenance procedures
None in Chapter 31.

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31-1 MPC:
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
(1) FDAU Function
The ELEC DC ESS alert is inoperative on EWD (Flight Warning) and on MFD (SD ELEC). During the flight, if the
following systems are simultaneously lost:

GREEN PUMP,

FUEL QUANTITY,

MCP F/O,

EFCP F/O,

IOM-22,

IOM-23.
The following failure procedure must be applied : DC ESS BUS OFF
The ELEC DC EMER alert is inoperative on EWD (Flight Warning) and on MFD (SD ELEC). During the flight, if the
following systems are simultaneously lost:

BLUE PUMP,

VHF 1,

MCP Capt,

EFCP Capt,

CLOCK Capt.
The following failure procedure must be applied : DC EMER BUS OFF
The ELEC AC STBY alert is inoperative on EWD (Flight Warning) and on MFD (SD ELEC). During the flight, if the
following indications are simultaneously lost in the Flight Control window (on EWD):

PITCH Trim,

ROLL Trim,

YAW Trim,

FLAP Position,
The following failure procedure must be applied : AC STBY BUS FAULT
(2) APM
Monitor the ICING CONDITIONS and SPEED as requested in Airplane Flight Manual Appendix 7.01.15
in Normal, Following Failures and Abnormal procedures for flight in normal and severe icing conditions.
(4) DMU QAR
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and emergency
procedures and/or operating restrictions when the QAR is used for Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) purposes.
60-2 MCP:
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
The flight crew have to check that the radio tuning is operative through at least one RMA on both MCDU.
60-1 Display Unit (DU):
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During preliminary cockpit preparation
- check on the DU#2 that the CAPT switch allows to swap the format displays : PFD , EWD and MFD.
- check on the DU#4 that the F/O switch allows to swap the format displays : PFD , EWD and MFD.
60-6 DU switch reversion:
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During preliminary cockpit preparation
For the proper use of the manual DU reconfiguration and considering task sharing : the operator must establish and
use alternate normal, following failure and emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.

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Except -600 version
ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS (Continued)

4811 MFC module 1A


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During cockpit preparation
 Only for ATR 72-201/211, pilot emergency hatch must be visually checked locked closed prior to each
departure.
 FWD COMPT door must be visually checked locked closed prior to each departure.
 Only for ATR 42-400/500 and 72-202/212/212A, FWD cargo door must be manually activated.
 DESELECT DC SVCE/UTLY BUS in case of LH single DC GEN operation on ground.
 PULL C/B INV 2 and check AC STBY BUS is supplied.
Note: CAPT ADC connected instruments operate normally F/O ADC instruments are lost.
 PUSH IN C/B INV 2.
Following warnings have to be tested prior to the first flight of the day:
 Provide blue HYD PRESS.
STICK PUSHER INHIBITION TEST
 Select HORNS anti-icing ON then OFF.
 Disengage GUST LOCK.
 On LH maintenance panel, set ROTARY SELECTOR to STICK PUSHER TEST 2.
 Depress and maintain PTT.
 On LH maintenance panel, CHECK CH 2 light is illuminated.
 Check RH stick shaker and stall warning are activated
 Check STICK PUSHER/SHAKER FAULT light is illuminated after 5 seconds.
 Check STICK PUSHER is not activated after 10 seconds.
 Set ROTARY SELECTOR to NORM FLT.
 Clear ICING AOA light.
 GUST LOCK engaged.
FLAPS UNLOCK TEST
 SET FLAPS 15.
 On RH maintenance panel, depress and maintain FLAPS UNLOCK PTT.
 Check warning is activated when the flaps position passes over the selected position minus 3 on the
indicator.
 SET FLAPS AS RQD.
When one engine running
 Select de icing OVRD mode and visually check boots inflation.
 Select de icing OVRD mode to NORM position.
Refer to module equipment list and note missing functions.
Amend normal in-flight check list as follows:
For ATR72-201-202-211-212 not fitted with mod 3973 or 4371, before landing
For CAT II landing both CL must be set to MAX RPM position when reaching VAPP.

53-1 Crew Alerting Computer CAC


ATR 42-300/320 MODELS
(2) Hardwired part
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
AP disconnect channel inoperative:
 Refer to DDG 22
CONFIG channel inoperative. Before take off, check:
 PWR MGT on TO
 FLAPS 15
 PITCH TRIM in the TO range
53-2 Master Warning (MW) light / 53-3 Master Caution (MC) light
ATR 42-300/320 MODELS
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
The crew must closely monitor the CAP.

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ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS (Continued)

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4812 MFC MODULE 2A (P/B OFF)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During cockpit preparation
OVBD VALVE ............................................................................................ FULL OPEN
 Only for ATR 42-400/500 and ATR 72-202/212/212A, pilot emergency hatch must be visually
checked locked closed prior to each departure.
 As extract fan is lost, avoid leaving avionics selected ON for a long period of time with high OAT.
 DESELECT DC SVCE/UTLY BUS in case of RH single DC GEN operation on ground.
 PULL C/B INV 1 and check AC STBY BUS is supplied.
Note: CAPT ADC connected instruments operate normally F/O ADC instruments are lost.
 PUSH IN C/B INV 1.
Following warnings have to be tested prior to the first flight of the day:
 Provide blue HYD PRESS.
STICK PUSHER INHIBITION TEST
 Select HORNS anti-icing ON then OFF.
 Disengage GUST LOCK.
 On LH maintenance panel, set ROTARY SELECTOR to STICK PUSHER TEST 1.
 Depress and maintain PTT.
 On LH maintenance panel, CHECK CH 1 light is illuminated.
 Check LH stick shaker and stall warning are activated.
 Check STICK PUSHER/SHAKER FAULT light is illuminated after 5 seconds.
 Check STICK PUSHER is not activated after 10 seconds.
 Set ROTARY SELECTOR to NORM FLT.
 Clear ICING AOA light.
 GUST LOCK engaged.
FLAPS UNLOCK TEST
 SET FLAPS 15.
 On RH maintenance panel, depress and maintain FLAPS UNLOCK PTT.
 Check warning is activated when the flaps position passes over the selected position minus 3
on the indicator.
 SET FLAPS AS RQD.
When one engine running
 Restore DC SVCE/UTLY BUS.
 Select de-icing OVRD mode and visually check boots inflation.
 Select de-icing OVRD mode to NORM position.
Refer to module equipment list and note missing functions.
Amend normal in-flight check list as follows:
After take off
IDLE GATE POSITION................................................................. CHECK PUSHED IN
OVBD VALVE ...................................................................................................... AUTO
EXHAUST MODE ................................................................................................ OVBD
For ATR72-201-202-211-212 not fitted with mod 3973 or 4371, before landing
For CAT II landing both CL must be set to MAX RPM position when reaching VAPP.
After landing
IDLE GATE POSITION.............................................................. CHECK PULLED OUT
OVBD VALVE ............................................................................................ FULL OPEN
EXHAUST MODE ............................................................................................... NORM

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ATA 31 INSTRUMENTS (Continued)

48-1-3 MFC MODULE 1B (P/B OFF)


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During cockpit preparation
OVBD VALVE.......................................................................................................... FULL OPEN
PACK 1................................................................................................................................. OFF
 PULL C/B INV 1 and check AC STBY BUS is supplied.
Note: CAPT ADC connected instruments operate normally F/O ADC instruments are lost.
 PUSH IN C/B INV 1.
When one engine running
 Select de-icing OVRD mode and visually check boots inflation.
 Select de-icing OVRD mode to NORM position.
Refer to module equipment list and note missing functions.
Amend normal in-flight check list as follows:
Before take off
PACK 2................................................................................................................................. OFF
After take off
Note: Landing gear must be left down for 1 minute after take off for cooling except in case of emergency.
PACKS ...................................................................................................................................ON
OVBD VALVE........................................................................................................ FULL CLOSE
For ATR72-201-202-211-212 not fitted with mod 3973 or 4371, before landing
For CAT II landing both CL must be set to MAX RPM position when reaching VAPP.
After landing
OVBD VALVE.......................................................................................................... FULL OPEN
PACK 1................................................................................................................................. OFF
CAUTION: Before opening any door, packs 1 and 2 must be selected OFF and cockpit communication hatch
must be opened.
Note: In case of in-flight failure of MFC module 2B, no aural alert will be generated. Therefore, the crew must
monitor MC light.

48-1-4 MFC MODULE 2B (P/B OFF)


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During cockpit preparation
OVBD VALVE.......................................................................................................... FULL OPEN
PACK 2................................................................................................................................. OFF
When one engine running
 Select de-icing OVRD mode and visually check boots inflation.
 Select de-icing OVRD mode to NORM position.
Refer to module equipment list and note missing functions.
Amend normal in-flight check list as follows:
Before take off
PACK 1................................................................................................................................. OFF
After take off
PACKS ...................................................................................................................................ON
OVBD VALVE........................................................................................................ FULL CLOSE
For ATR72-201-202-211-212 not fitted with mod 3973 or 4371, before landing
For CAT II landing both CL must be set to MAX RPM position when reaching VAPP.
After landing
OVBD VALVE.......................................................................................................... FULL OPEN
PACK 2................................................................................................................................. OFF
CAUTION: Before opening any door, packs 1 and 2 must be selected OFF and cockpit communication hatch
must be opened.
Note: In case of in-flight failure of MFC module 1B, no aural alert will be generated. Therefore, the crew must
monitor MC light.

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ATA 32 LANDING GEAR
31-3 Landing gear lever retraction system and uplocking system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.11: Dispatch with landing gear down.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
42-1 Wheel brake
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.04: Dispatch with one wheel brake deactivated.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
For deactivation, refer to JIC 32.42.50 REM 100000.
For ALL ATR 42 (*) only, for removal, refer to JIC 32.42.55 RAI 10000.
(*) including -600 version
For ALL ATR 72 (*) only, Note: dispatch is not possible with wheel brake removed.
42-2 Anti-skid system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.05: Dispatch with anti-skid system inoperative.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
51-1 Nose wheel steering
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Maximum demonstrated crosswind component for take off and landing is 15 kt.
Apply asymmetrical thrust and differential braking for taxi and line up as required.
Avoid sharp turns while using brakes.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
If OVHD panel is affected, some failure cases may generate LDG GEAR NOT DN Alerts.
As soon as three green are illuminated on one panel, gear is down.
For ATR 42-300/320
if Primary Landing gear indication system is not operative, the illumination of the Green System LO PR
amber light on the HYD PWR overhead panel will be inhibited when the landing gear control lever is in
DOWN position.
For ALL ATR 72 (*), and For ATR 42-400/500 (*)
(*) including -600 version
if Primary or Secondary Landing gear indication system is not operative the illumination of the Green
System LO PR amber light on the HYD PWR overhead panel will be inhibited when the landing gear
control lever is in DOWN position.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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ATA 33 LIGHTS
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None for this chapter.
16-1 ANN light Test function
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Following warnings have to be tested prior to the first flight of the day, to check red lights illumination.
For All ATR Models Except -600 version :
PITCH DISCONNECT / SMK / EXCESS CAB ALT / EXCESS P
 The LH maintenance panel ROTARY selector has to be used:
 Set the ROTARY selector to the function to be tested.
 Depress TEST PTT.
 Check the associated warnings are generated: CRC, MW light flashing red and associated
red light on CAP and local red light if applicable are illuminated.
 After the test of all the functions, set ROTARY selector to NORM FLT.
For ATR Models -600 version :
PITCH DISCONNECT
 The LH maintenance panel ROTARY selector has to be used:
 Set the ROTARY selector to the function PITCH DISCONNECT.
 Depress TEST PTT.
 Check the MW light flashing RED.
 After the check set ROTARY selector to NORM FLT.
LANDING GEAR NOT DOWN
 On LH MAINTENANCE, set ROTARY to LDG GEAR NOT DOWN.
 Set PL to FI or flaps 30 ( ATR 42 and 72) / 35 ( ATR 42-400/500).
 Depress TEST PTT.
 Check the warnings: CRC, MW light flashing red and LDG GEAR NOT DOWN light on CAP
illuminates.
TO CONFIG
 Depress TO CONFIG TEST PB while one out of the following four conditions is met:
Pitch trim set in the TO range.
FLAPS set to 15.
PWR MGT set to TO.
RUD TLU green light illuminated.
 Check the warnings: CRC, MW light flashing red and TO CONFIG light on CAP illuminates.
FLAPS UNLOCK
 Set flaps 15.
 Depress and maintain FLAPS UNLK PTT on RH maintenance panel
 Check warning is activated when the flaps position passes over the selected position minus
3 on the indicator.
48-1 BEACON light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
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49-2 IEP light


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
For aircraft fitted with IEP
In case of inadvertent icing conditions encountered, keep the anti-icing systems activated until the
end of the flight (Icing AOA illuminated)

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Except -600 version
ATA 34 NAVIGATION
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None for this chapter.
11-1 ADC
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
For ALL ATR 72 and for ATR 42-400/500 only
ADC switching must be set to valid ADC
TLU manual mode check:
Select HI SPD and check alert is generated after 25 seconds: MC, SC, FLT CTL on CAP and
TLU FAULT light.
Check rudder travel is limited
Select AUTO and check alert stops after 15 seconds.
Check rudder travel is not limited
13-1-2 Airspeed indicator Speed selectors
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
FAST/SLOW indication on the EADI is lost.
15-1 Temperature indication
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Aircraft must be considered as flying in icing conditions as soon as visible moisture is encountered
regardless of temperature.
If anti-icing and/or de-icing systems need to be used, mode FAST only must be switched ON.
48-2 Ground Proximity Warning System
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
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51-1 DME / 53-1 ADF Receiver / 55-1 VOR Navigation system


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
57-1 Airborne Collision Avoidance System
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
The associated ACAS C/B is pulled for ACAS deactivation.
58-1 GPS/GNSS
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
71-1 CRT
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Select OFF the affected CRT in order to recover composite mode on the non affected screen.

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ATA 34 NAVIGATION
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None for this chapter.
11-1 ADC
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
ADC switching must be set to valid ADC
TLU manual mode check:
 Select HI SPD and check alert is generated after 25 seconds: MC, SC, FLT CTL TLU on FWS
and TLU FAULT light.
 Check rudder travel is limited
 Select AUTO and check alert stops after 15 seconds.
 Check rudder travel is not limited
48-2 Ground Proximity Warning System
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
51-1 DME / 53-1 ADF Receiver / 55-1 VOR Navigation system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
57-1 Airborne Collision Avoidance System
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
The associated ACAS C/B is pulled for ACAS deactivation.
58-1 GPS function
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
61-1 Flight Management Application
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions. (Refer to AFM limitations chapter)

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ATA 35 OXYGEN
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20-1 Passenger oxygen system / 35-1 Portable Oxygen bottle


OPERATIONAL
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator to follow corresponding MMEL 35 conditions.

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ATA 36 PNEUMATIC
11-1 HP valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 36.11.63 DNZ 10000.
11-2 BLEED valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
As an in-flight failure could imply total loss of pressurization, fuel consumption at FL100 must be taken
into account to compute the trip fuel.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 36.11.62 DNZ 10000.
11-4 Ground X feed valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to 36.11.21 DNZ 10000.
11-5 Ground X feed valve OPEN alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Check of crossfeed valve.
(Location: under passenger compartment, access doors 231DF and 231EF).
Open, safety and tag the following circuit breaker on panel 121VU: 33HA AIR BLEED/X FEED.
Open access doors 231DF and 231EF.
Check that mechanical indicator shows closed.
Close access doors.
Install placard.

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ATA 42 INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None

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ATR MODELS fitted with Mod 5785


ATA 46 INFORMATION SYSTEMS
25-1 Electronic Flight Bag
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Note: Following EFB procedures have been established considering ATR basic EFB image (SPS,
and eDocView only) and that QRH paper version must be available.
(1) System device
One EFB inoperative
 Consider both EFB Inoperative.
Or
 Comparison with alternative mean of performances calculation (FCOM, QRH, contact
dispatch) must be used.
Both EFB inoperative
 Required set of documentation has to be provided before flight departure. Conventional
paper procedures will be used.
 Alternative mean of performances calculation (FCOM, QRH, contact dispatch) must be
used.
 Use of paper takeoff and landing card is compulsory.
(2) Mounting device
The affected EFB(s) can be used for performance computation and documentation viewing but has to
be stored according to Class 1 EFB criteria during taxi, takeoff and approach to land phases.
One mounting device inoperative
 Takeoff and landing data have to be displayed on the EFB with the operative mounting
device.
 Operator must establish procedure regarding designation of pilot flying.
Both mounting devices inoperative
 Use EFB only for calculation, use paper takeoff and landing data card for data display.
(3) / (4) Power connection / Data connectivity
The affected EFB can be used normally as long as battery power is available (about 30
minutes). Turn the EFB (EDU) off when not needed to avoid battery discharge.
Both EFB can be used for performances calculation and documentation viewing for the duration
of the battery but a conventional paper back up is strongly recommended.
One EFB power connection/Data connectivity inoperative
 Upon battery discharge revert to (1) System Device One EFB inoperative procedure.
Both EFB power connections/Data connectivity inoperative
 Required set of documentation has to be provided before flight departure. Conventional
paper procedures will be used.
 Upon batteries discharge revert to (1) System Device Both EFB inoperative procedure
 Use EFB only for calculation, use paper takeoff and landing data card for data display.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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ATA 52 DOORS
11-1 Door alert system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
ATR 42-300/320 WITH MOD 0339 AND ATR 72-201/211 ONLY AND ATR 72-212A WITH MOD 5928
Check visually that the doors are locked closed prior to each take off.
Set cabin altitude manually according to table below (P = 6 PSI):
FL
140
170
200
250
TARGET CAB ALT (ft)
0
2000
4000
6750
Auto press mode switch back is PROHIBITED.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Check that flight compartment overhead hatch is closed:
 Manually operate handle to ensure the shoot bolt operates normally.
 Close and latch the hatch.
 Verify the handle is flush in the closed position.
31-1 Cargo door motor actuator (if forward cargo door installed)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 52.31.00 OAC 10010.
31-3 AUX AFT Cargo door (if installed)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator to follow corresponding MMEL 52 conditions.
42-1 Service door Hold open device
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
ALL ATR without mod 4358
Refer to JIC 53.67.00 PRO 10000.
50-1 Cockpit door locking system (if installed)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Move the manual lock bolt(s) to CLOSE position.
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Note: any part of the CDLS may be inoperative provided the complete system is deactivated in the
unlocked position and is not required by operational regulations for the intended flight
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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before CI ATR 72-98-342B (mod 8483) embodiment
ATA 52 DOORS (Continued)
12-2 Passenger Door Kinematics Motorized Function
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Placard on Door Panel (Interior and Exterior):
"MOTORIZED FUNCTION INOP - GROUND PERSONNEL REQUIRED FOR OPERATION".
Opening of the door: after opening and when the door is approximately half-opened, two outward ground
personnel, each one placed on each extremity sides of the door, carefully slow down last opening
phase avoiding ground impact.
Closing of the door may necessitate two outward ground personnel.

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ATA 56 WINDOWS
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None for this chapter.
11-1 WINDSHIELDS
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to SRM 56.10.00.
21-1 PASSENGER COMPARTMENT WINDOWS
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to SRM 56.21.00.

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ATA 61 PROPELLERS
20-1 CL actuators ATR 72 without mod 3973 or 4371 only
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
CL should be manually set on MAX RPM before landing
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None
21-2 PCU ATR 42-300/320 and ATR 72
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Take off may be performed with NP out of standard limits listed in FCOM, up to NP = 100% 1.5%
MAX RPM is used for take off and MCT settings. Each time NP is out of standard limits, apply the
following procedure :
- 98.5% NP 99.4 % : increase torque by 1.5% on affected engine to maintain engine power
- 100% NP 101.5 % : above acceleration height, it is recommended to reduce CL on affected
engine, to set NP = 100%
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None
22-1 Autofeather system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.06: Dispatch with Autofeather system inoperative.
Note: For ATR 42-400/500 and ATR 72 only, in case of engine failure after V1,
 Do not reduce PL below following value before feathering:
42-400/500
72-201/202
72-211/212
72-212A
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height
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None
22-2 ATPCS (and associated test)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.10: Dispatch with ATPCS OFF.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None
42-1 NP indicator
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
ATR 42-300/320
ATR 72 without mod 3973 or 4371
Align both CLs and synchronize manually
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
ATR 42-300/320 : Refer to JIC 30.61.00 OPT 10000
ATR 72 without mod 3973 or 4371 : Refer to JIC 30.61.00 OPT 10010
to check PROP anti-icing is operative
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45-1 LO PITCH caution light


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES ATR 72 without mod 3973 or 4371 and ATR 42-300/320
Check on both engines that when the CL is set from FTR to MAX RPM, TQ stay below 10% with the PL
on GI.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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For ATR72 with PW127 engine and fitted with mod 3973 or 4371,
For all ATR 42-400/500 without mod 4582
Following items must be considered,
In addition or replacing corresponding items on DDG 61 page 1
ATA 61 PROPELLERS (Continued)
21-1 PEC CHANNELS
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
On the engine affected by a PEC SGL CH light illuminated :
a) Other channel test :
Engine not running PL on GI CL on FUEL SO
Advance CL to AUTO
Check PEC FAULT illuminates after 30 seconds
Retard CL to FUEL SO
PEC reset to clear FAULT light
b) Overspeed governor test:
Engine running PL slightly above FI CL on AUTO Make sure NP is above 77%
Select PEC to OFF
Slowly advance PL up to reach NP = 102.5 %
Increase TQ by 5% and check NP unchanged
Retard PL to GI
Select PEC to ON and check PEC OFF extinguishes
Note: Low pitch stop is automatically checked when propeller is unfeathered
21-2 PEC SGL CH Light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to 21-1

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21-4 PIU and associated propeller speed selection


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
a) Engine not running PL on GI CL on FUEL SO
RH Maintenance Panel, set WOW on FLT position
Advance CL to AUTO
Check PEC FAULT illuminates after 30 seconds
Retard CL to FUEL SO
Check PEC FAULT extinguishes after 30 seconds
Reset PEC to make sure that SGL CH extinguishes
RH Maintenance Panel, set WOW on NORM position
b) Confirm SGL CH light illumination and extinction during unfeathering

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42-1 NP indicator
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: the operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedure and/or operating restrictions.

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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 30.61.00 OPT 10010: to check PROP anti-icing is operative
45-1 LO PITCH caution light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Check on both engines that when the CL is set from FTR to AUTO, TQ stay below 10% with the PL on
GI.

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For ATR 72 fitted with mod (3973 and 4743) or 4371,


For ATR 42-400/500 fitted with mod 4582
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For All ATR 72-212A, including ATR Models -600 version
Following items must be considered, In addition or replacing corresponding items on DDG 61 page 1
ATA 61 PROPELLERS (Continued)
21-1 PEC CHANNELS
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
On the engine affected by a PEC SGL CH light illuminated :
a) Other channel test :
Engine not running PL on GI CL on FUEL SO
RH Maintenance Panel, set WOW on FLT position
Advance CL to AUTO
Check PEC FAULT illuminates after 30 seconds
Retard CL to FUEL SO
Check PEC FAULT extinguishes after 30 seconds
RH Maintenance Panel, set WOW on NORM position
b) Overspeed governor test:
Engine running PL slightly above FI CL on AUTO Make sure NP is above 77%
Select PEC to OFF
Slowly advance PL up to reach NP = 102.5 %
Increase TQ by 5% and check NP unchanged
Retard PL to GI
Select PEC to ON and check PEC OFF extinguishes
Note: Low pitch stop is automatically checked when propeller is unfeathered
21-2 PEC SGL CH Light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to 21-1

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21-4 PIU and associated propeller speed selection


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
a) Engine not running PL on GI CL on FUEL SO
RH Maintenance Panel, set WOW on FLT position
Advance CL to AUTO
Check PEC FAULT illuminates after 30 seconds
Retard CL to FUEL SO
Check PEC FAULT extinguishes after 30 seconds
Reset PEC to make sure that SGL CH extinguishes
RH Maintenance Panel, set WOW on NORM position
b) Confirm SGL CH light illumination and extinction during unfeathering

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42-1 NP indicator
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: the operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and emergency procedure
and/or operating restrictions.

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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 30.61.00 OPT 10010: to check PROP anti-icing is operative
42-1 NP indications ATR Models -600 version
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Not applicable
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Not applicable
45-1 LO PITCH caution light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Check on both engines that when the CL is set from FTR to AUTO, TQ stay below 10% with the PL on GI.

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ATA 61 PROPELLERS (Continued)
50-1 PROPELLER BRAKE
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
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51-3 PROP BRK READY LT (if applicable)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
If propeller brake releasing is needed
BLUE HYD PRESS ........................................................................... CHECK 3000 PSI
PROP BRK ....................................................................................................RELEASE
UNLOCK LIGHT ................................. CHECK EXTINGUISHES AFTER 6 SECONDS
If PROP BRK warning is activated
CL ................................................................................................................... FUEL SO
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL
13-1 Idle gate FAIL alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Check IDLE GATE lever position: after take off (pushed in) and at touch down (pulled out), and adjust if
required.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
15-1 Fuel heater
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.

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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
% If TOO LOW TEMP
Fuel anti icing additive for all fuel (JET A, JET A1, JP5, RT, TS1):
To be added in compliance with Engine Maintenance Manual 72-00-00 Table 9
Check of oil level:
Open left hinged cowl (435AL or 445AL).
Check that oil level is to FULL.
Close cowl(s).
% If TOO HIGH TEMP
The aircraft fuel system must operate in its normal configuration.
231 PWR MGT rotary selector
SEE DDG 73 PAGE 1A, 1B OR 1C, FOR THIS ITEM.

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Following items must be considered,
In addition or replacing corresponding items on DDG 73 page 1
ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL (Continued)
231 PWR MGT rotary selector
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Amber torque targets must not be used.
Engine torque must be set using torque tables.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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Following items must be considered,
In addition or replacing corresponding items on DDG 73 page 1
ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL (Continued)
231 PWR MGT rotary selector
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Q If One rotary selector stuck in TO position
Pull C/B MAX RPM ENG on associated engine.
Set CLB and CRZ TQ according to non affected engine.
For approach phase, reengage C/B MAX RPM ENG.
Q One rotary selector stuck in other position than TO
ATPCS is lost: refer to associated procedure in DDG 61.
Inhibit CONFIG warning by depressing WARNING pushbutton when applying power.
Note: CAP light will not extinguish.
Adjust torque according to non-affected engine.
Manually set CL 1 + 2 on MAX RPM before landing.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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For ATR 42-400/500


For ATR 72-201/202/211/212 with mod 3973 or 4371
For ATR 72-212A
Following items must be considered,
In addition or replacing corresponding items on DDG 73 page 1
ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL (Continued)
231 PWR MGT rotary selector
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Q If One rotary selector stuck in TO position
CL 1 + 2, for the whole flight ...................................................................100% OVRD
O For CLIMB and CRUISE
Valid rotary selector..................................................................CLIMB / CRUISE
TQ affected side ............................................ According to the non affected one
Q One rotary selector stuck in MCT position
ATPCS is lost: refer to associated procedure in DDG 61 item 22-2
CL 1 + 2, for the whole flight ...................................................................100% OVRD
O For TAKE OFF
Inhibit CONFIG WARNING by depressing WARNING pushbutton when applying power.
Note: CAP light will not extinguish.
O CLIMB and CRUISE
Valid rotary selector..................................................................CLIMB / CRUISE
TQ affected side ............................................ According to the non affected one
Q One rotary selector stuck in CLB or CRZ or CRZ 1 position
ATPCS is lost: refer to associated procedure in DDG 61 item 22-2
O For TAKE OFF
CL 1 + 2...........................................................................................100% OVRD
Inhibit CONFIG WARNING by depressing WARNING pushbutton when applying power.
Note: CAP light will not extinguish.
O For CLIMB and CRUISE
Valid rotary selector..................................................................CLIMB / CRUISE
CL 1 + 2..................................................................................................... AUTO
TQ affected side ............................................ According to the non affected one
O For FINAL APPROACH
CL 1 + 2...........................................................................................100% OVRD
Only for ATR72-201/202/211/212 and ATR 42-500 without mod 4601:
Q One rotary selector stuck in CRZ 2 position
Refer to the case CLB or CRZ or CRZ 1 except for the following items:
O For CLIMB
CL 1 + 2...........................................................................................100% OVRD
O For CRUISE
Both rotary selectors ................................................................................. CRZ 2
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL (Continued)

23-2 ECU ATR 42-200/300/320


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
On ground for taxi or prolonged ground operations near idle, feather the engine without ECU to
avoid prolonged use within prohibited NP range.
Note: if ENG 2 is affected, HOTEL MODE operation (if applicable) will be performed at FI.
Keep operative ECU selected ON for taxiing.
Note: if taxi is supposed to be performed with significant tailwind component, affected engine will be
started up at the end of taxi phase prior to take off.
If accelerate stop has to be performed, EMER BRAKING has to be used.
Prior to approach operative ECU will be selected ON.
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.07: Dispatch with one ECU OFF.
CAUTION: Steep Slope Approach is prohibited (>4.5)
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
23-2 EEC ATR 72-201/202/211/212
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.07: Dispatch with one EEC OFF.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
23-2 EEC (ATR 42-400/500 and ATR 72-212A) except -600 version.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.07: Dispatch with one EEC OFF.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
23-2 EEC For ATR MODELS -600 version
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.07: Dispatch with one EEC OFF.
If associated TQ target bug is inoperative, set power of local engine through cross-reference with
remote engine and QRH ops data.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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ATA 73 ENGINE FUEL AND CONTROL (Continued)
23-3 UPTRIM / 23-4 UPTRIM light ATR 42-300/320
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Perform the ENG TEST procedure (in the AFTER LANDING checklistdaily) before each take off in order
to check autofeathering operation.
Select both ECU OFF before take off and, refer to DDG 73 page 2 item 23-2.
Increase V1 limited by VMCG by 5 kt.
Increase VR by 2 kt.
Apply ECU SELECT IN FLIGHT procedure after take off.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
23-3 UPTRIM / 23-4 UPTRIM light ATR 42-400/500
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Perform the ENG TEST procedure (in the AFTER LANDING checklistdaily) before each take off in order
to check autofeathering operation.
Select affected engine BLEED VALVE OFF.
Apply RTO power on affected engine by pushing PL up to the ramp.
Increase V1 limited by VMCG by 5kt.
Increase VR by 2 kt.
After take off set affected PL into the notches, then apply CLIMB SEQUENCE.
BLEED VALVE ............................................................................................................ ON
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
23-3 UPTRIM / 23-4 UPTRIM light ATR 72
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Perform the ENG TEST procedure (in the AFTER LANDING checklistdaily) before each take off in order
to check autofeathering operation.
Select affected engine BLEED VALVE OFF.
Apply RTO power on affected engine by pushing PL up to the ramp.
Increase V1 limited by VMCG by 3kt
After take off set affected PL into the notches, then apply CLIMB SEQUENCE.
BLEED VALVE ............................................................................................................ ON
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
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OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Boost ON operations only.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
ERIU de-activation
Open, secure, and tag the following C/B on 122VU panel SPLY.
23-6 Boost Function Aircraft fitted with a PW127M
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Boost OFF operations only.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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ATA 77 ENGINE INDICATING

00-1 AFU (ATR 42-400/500 and ATR 72) / TSCU (ATR 42-300/320)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.08: Dispatch with AFU / TSCU inoperative.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
This task is performed to deactivate the AFU and then to avoid an untimely autofeather in flight:
Open C/B:
ATR 42-300/320: "ENG CTL/ENG 1 (2) / FEATH CTL & SCU"
ATR 42-400/500 and ATR 72: "ENG CTL/ENG 1 (2) / AFU
ENG CTL/ENG 1 (2) FEATH CTL & AFU"
Open nacelle cowling left side.
Disconnect:
ATR 42-300/320: feather solenoid on PCU (19 KFA)
ATR 42-400/500 and ATR 72: AFU connector
Secure and cap electrical connectors.
Close nacelle cowling.
Close C/B.
11-1 NH indicator
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
When starting affected engine, select CL FTR 5 seconds after START pushbutton has been depressed.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
13-1 TQ indicator ATR42-300/320
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Q If either needle or digital counter is inoperative
No penalties.
Q If TQ both pointer and (digital) counter is inoperative
Refer to AFM Supplement N09 7_02.09: Dispatch with one TQ indicator inoperative.
13-1 TQ indicator/ TQ indications ATR42-400/500 and ATR 72
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Q If TQ needle indication is inoperative
ATPCS ......................................................................................................OFF
Note: AFU must be considered inoperative; refer to MMEL 77 item 00-1 AFU.
Q If TQ digital counter is inoperative
Q If associated EEC FAULT light is not illuminated
No penalties.
Q If associated EEC FAULT light is illuminated
Refer to MMEL 73 item 23-2 EEC.
Q If TQ both pointer and (digital) counter is inoperative
Refer to AFM Supplement 7_02.09: Dispatch with one TQ indicator inoperative.
Q If TQ digital counter displays HBV flag - For ATR MODELS -600 version only
Dispatch with inoperative HBV is not allowed.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
For ALL ATR 72, ALL ATR42-400/500 and ALL ATR72-212A except ATR Models -600 version
In case of dashes (---) on counter, check that no EEC fault code 39 (HBV) is recorded.
Dispatch with inoperative HBV is not allowed.

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ATA 79 OIL
26-1 Oil cooler flap actuator ATR 42-300/320/400
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Settlement of the flap in an intermediate position (location: engine):
Unscrew the four screws on the external side of the flap, which hold the actuator mounting.
Screw or unscrew the actuator rod end in order to set the actuator length (between the two
attachments) to 241 mm.
Unplug and secure the actuator connector.
Reconnect the mounting to the flap by means of the four screws.
32-1 Oil TEMP indication
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 12.13.79 CHK 10000.
33-1 Oil PRESS indication
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 79.34.00 OPT 10000.

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Reason

ATR ALL MODELS NEW DDG


This first issue, replace the following previous versions of ATR
MMELs Parts 2 and 3, dated NOV 06:
ATR42-200/300/320 at Normal Revision 21
ATR42-400/500 at Normal Revision 11
FEB 08
ATR72-100/200/210/212A at Normal Revision 17
This new ALL MODELS DDG must be used in conjunction
with the new ATR ALL MODELS MMEL Master Minimum
Equipment List.
MMEL and DDG are available under the same binder with
adapted dividers.
DDG TR n01 JUN 08 integration

Chapter involved

ALL

NOV 08 Review of all (o) and (m) referenced in MMEL part. (addition or
suppression) and associated / missing procedures.
DDG TR n02 JUL 09 integration : VIP Lounge and front pax door DDG 25 & DDG 52
Wording corrections and Improvements:

02

Major Improvements:
- JIC reference improved and precision added concerning avionics in
high OAT
NOV 09
- MPC: APM: Monitor speed in icing condition and reference to AFM
- AUX AFT Cargo (if installed)
- NP indicators: improvements of the procedure
- PIU: new operational procedure
- Fuel heater: correction of fuel types and improvement of the
maintenance procedure
- UPTRIM: review of the procedures depending on models
- TQ indicator: improvement of the maintenance procedure
DDG TR n03 MAR 11 integration

03

MAY 11

New Avionic Suite (ATR -600 version) impact.

DDG TR n04 JUL 11 integration

04

Wording corrections and Improvements:


- Pitch elevators coupling system: Updated with mod 3529 or
3530.
- Fuel QTY indication: Updated with mod 4650 or 4686.
DEC 12 - MPC: New operational procedures.
- IEP light: operational procedure updated.
- DME / ADF Receiver / VOR Navigation system: operational
procedure added for DME and ADF Receiver.
- ERIU: item moved on this page.
- Boost Function: item moved on this page.
- AFU: maintenance procedure updated.

DDG 26, DDG 28,


DDG 30, DDG 32
DDG 33, DDG 34,
DDG 35, DDG 61
DDG 21
DDG 31
DDG 52
DDG 61 p1,p1A,p1B
DDG 61 p1A & p1B
DDG 73 p1
DDG 73 p3
DDG 77 p1
Most of the chapter are
impacted :
Refer to both List of
Effective Normal
Pages of MMEL and
DDG.

DDG 31

DDG 27
DDG 28
DDG 31
DDG 33
DDG 34
DDG 73 p3
DDG 73 p3
DDG 77

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Chapter involved

EASA MMEL catch-up:

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JUN 13

-DDG 21 item 23-1: note on avionics ventilation in (o) procedure.


-DDG 21 item 30-1: improvement of the operational procedure.
-DDG 27 item 37-1/2: a caution is added to the procedure.
-DDG 30 item 31-3: operational procedure deleted and a
maintenance procedure is added
-DDG 46 item 25-1: new item.
-DDG 52 item 50-1: improvement of the operational procedure.
-DDG 73 item 23-2: a caution is added to the procedure.

DDG 21
DDG 27
DDG 30
DDG 46
DDG 52
DDG 73

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ALL MODELS

MASTER MINIMUM
EQUIPEMENT LIST

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SHIPPING NOTE FOR NORMAL PAGES SNNP

No TR to destroy since the Last


DEC 12 Normal Revision

REMOVE AND REPLACE ALL PAGES OF


DDG PART
ALL PAGES (and NEW/REVISED PAGES) ARE
LISTED IN THE LIST OF EFFECTIVE NORMAL
PAGES
( DDG LENP )

R : Revised page
ADD: New Added page
DESTROY : deleted page

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DDG PREAMBLE

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ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING
23-1 Overboard valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
On ground before departure
VISUAL CHECK OF VALVE NORMAL OPERATION:
OVBD VALVE .......................................................................................... FULL CLOSE
OVBD VALVE ............................................................................................ FULL OPEN
On ground, engine 1 not running
OVBD VALVE ............................................................................................ FULL OPEN
In flight or on ground engine 1 running
OVBD VALVE .......................................................................................... FULL CLOSE
If EXHAUST MODE illuminates amber and P 1PSI
OVBD VALVE .................................................................................... FULL OPEN
CAUTION: Do not select OVBD VALVE OPEN if P > 1 PSI.
P 1PSI will be obtained by flying under FL115 and adjusting Z CAB in
MAN PRESS mode in order to keep this P without reaching EXCESS
CAB ALT alarm
Note: Avoid leaving avionics vent selected ON for a long period of time with high OAT

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
OVERBOARD VENTILATION VALVE DE-ENERGIZATION:
Refer to JIC 21-23-22 CHK 10000 : 001 to 002 paragraph 3, setting the valve open in intermediate
position.
Note: Avoid leaving avionics vent selected ON for a long period of time with high OAT
23-2 Underfloor valve / 23-3 Extract fan
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Select exhaust mode OVBD.
Avoid leaving avionics vent selected ON for a long period of time with high OAT.
For ATR 42-300/320 without mod 1423: PULL C/B EXTRACT FAN CTL to cancel mechanic ground
call.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
30-1 Pressurization system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Unpressurized flight:
Limitations
Maximum operating altitude: 10 000 ft

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If manual mode is operative
OVBD VALVE .................................................................................... FULL OPEN
CAB PRESS MODE SEL ............................................................................... MAN
MAN RATE KNOB ...................................................................... MAX INCREASE
BLEED VALVE .................................................................................................. ON
Note: Control aircraft vertical speed to take into account passenger comfort.
If manual mode is inoperative
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE .................................................................. APPLY
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
ELECTROPNEUMATIC OUTFLOW VALVES BLOCKAGE IN OPEN POSITION:
Refer to JIC 21.31.20 DNZ 10000.

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ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING
23-1 Overboard valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
On ground before departure
VISUAL CHECK OF VALVE NORMAL OPERATION:
OVBD VALVE .......................................................................................... FULL CLOSE
OVBD VALVE ............................................................................................ FULL OPEN
On ground, engine 1 not running
OVBD VALVE ............................................................................................ FULL OPEN
In flight or on ground engine 1 running
OVBD VALVE .......................................................................................... FULL CLOSE
If EXHAUST MODE illuminates amber and P 1PSI
OVBD VALVE .................................................................................... FULL OPEN
CAUTION: Do not select OVBD VALVE OPEN if P > 1 PSI.
P 1PSI will be obtained by flying under FL115 and adjusting Z CAB in
MAN PRESS mode in order to keep this P without reaching EXCESS
CAB ALT alarm
Note: Avoid leaving avionics vent selected ON for a long period of time with high OAT

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
OVERBOARD VENTILATION VALVE DE-ENERGIZATION:
Refer to JIC 21-23-22 CHK 10000 : 001 to 002 paragraph 3, setting the valve open in intermediate
position.
Note: Avoid leaving avionics vent selected ON for a long period of time with high OAT
23-2 Underfloor valve / 23-3 Extract fan
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Select exhaust mode OVBD.
Avoid leaving avionics vent selected ON for a long period of time with high OAT.
For ATR 42-300/320 without mod 1423: PULL C/B EXTRACT FAN CTL to cancel mechanic ground
call.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
30-1 Pressurization system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Unpressurized flight:
Limitations
Maximum operating altitude: 10 000 ft

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Normal procedures
If manual mode is operative
OVBD VALVE .................................................................................... FULL OPEN
CAB PRESS MODE SEL ............................................................................... MAN
MAN RATE KNOB ...................................................................... MAX INCREASE
BLEED VALVE .................................................................................................. ON
Note: Control aircraft vertical speed to take into account passenger comfort.
If manual mode is inoperative
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE .................................................................. APPLY
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
ELECTROPNEUMATIC OUTFLOW VALVES BLOCKAGE IN OPEN POSITION:
Refer to JIC 21.31.20 DNZ 10000.

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ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING
23-1 Overboard valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
On ground before departure
VISUAL CHECK OF VALVE NORMAL OPERATION:
OVBD VALVE .......................................................................................... FULL CLOSE
OVBD VALVE ............................................................................................ FULL OPEN
On ground, engine 1 not running
OVBD VALVE ............................................................................................ FULL OPEN
In flight or on ground engine 1 running
OVBD VALVE .......................................................................................... FULL CLOSE
If EXHAUST MODE illuminates amber and P 1PSI
OVBD VALVE .................................................................................... FULL OPEN
CAUTION: Do not select OVBD VALVE OPEN if P > 1 PSI.
P 1PSI will be obtained by flying under FL115 and adjusting Z CAB in
MAN PRESS mode in order to keep this P without reaching EXCESS
CAB ALT alarm
Note: Avoid leaving avionics vent selected ON for a long period of time with high OAT

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
OVERBOARD VENTILATION VALVE DE-ENERGIZATION:
Refer to JIC 21-23-22 CHK 10000 : 001 to 002 paragraph 3, setting the valve open in intermediate
position.
Note: Avoid leaving avionics vent selected ON for a long period of time with high OAT
23-2 Underfloor valve / 23-3 Extract fan
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Select exhaust mode OVBD.
Avoid leaving avionics vent selected ON for a long period of time with high OAT.
For ATR 42-300/320 without mod 1423: PULL C/B EXTRACT FAN CTL to cancel mechanic ground
call.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
30-1 Pressurization system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Unpressurized flight:
Limitations
Maximum operating altitude: 10 000 ft

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Normal procedures
If manual mode is operative
OVBD VALVE .................................................................................... FULL OPEN
CAB PRESS MODE SEL ............................................................................... MAN
MAN RATE KNOB ...................................................................... MAX INCREASE
BLEED VALVE .................................................................................................. ON
Note: Control aircraft vertical speed to take into account passenger comfort.
If manual mode is inoperative
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE .................................................................. APPLY
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
ELECTROPNEUMATIC OUTFLOW VALVES BLOCKAGE IN OPEN POSITION:
Refer to JIC 21.31.20 DNZ 10000.

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ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING (Continued)
311 Automatic pressurization control
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Set cabin altitude manually according to table below (P = 6 PSI)
FL
140
170
TARGET CAB ALT (ft)
0
2000

200
4000

250
6750

31-4 CABIN PRESS indicator


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
(1) Check P according to table below:
FL
140
170
200
TARGET (PSI)
3.5
4.6
5.7
(2) and (3) Check cabin altitude according to table below (P = 6 PSI):
FL
140
170
200
TARGET CAB ALT (ft)
0
2000
4000

250
6.35

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
31-3 Electropneumatic outflow valve
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
ELECTROPNEUMATIC OUTFLOW VALVE DEACTIVATION:
Refer to JIC 21.31.22 DNZ 10000.

250
6750

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

35-1 DUMP function


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
In case rapid depressurization of the aircraft is needed:
MAN RATE KNOB ................................................................................................... MAN
CAB PRESS MODE SEL ......................................................................................... MAN
MAN RATE KNOB ................................................................................MAX INCREASE
Note: Residual P may be cancelled using the cockpit communication door
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING (Continued)
50-1 Pack / 51-1 Pack valve / 51-2 Pack FAULT alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
As an in-flight failure could imply total loss of pressurization, fuel consumption at FL100 must be taken
into account to compute the trip fuel.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 21.11.51 DNZ 10000.
61-1 Pack AUTO temperature control
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Adjust manually the pack discharge temperature to obtain the same duct indication as the other pack.
If pack is not used, an in-flight failure could imply total loss of pressurization, so fuel consumption at
FL100 must be taken into account to compute the trip fuel.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
61-3 OVHT alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Monitor and maintain DUCT indication below 92C/200F.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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ATA 22 AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM
15-1 Advisory display unit (ADU)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
The use of automatic pilot is forbidden. Flight director is usable with the following restrictions:
- Turn ALT knob fully to the left to avoid undue alerts.
- NAV, APP, BC, GA flight director modes are available.
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16-2 Touch control steering (TCS)


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Autopilot is disengaged prior to any manual control movement.
16-3 Coupling function pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
In flight autopilot remains coupled to the side selected before pushbutton failure. For a new dispatch it will be
automatically coupled to the LH side after being energized.
16-4 Autopilot Quick Disconnect (Quick Release Control)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
NONE.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Procedure to follow to check override means on ground:
AVIONICS VENT EXHAUST MODE............................................................... NORM
STICK PUSHER ............................................................................................. OFF
AIR BLEEDS....................................................................................................OFF
RADAR ............................................................................................................OFF
Switch WOW on Flight position, angle of attack probes positioned in normal angle of attack. (horizontal position)
Engage the autopilot by pressing AP pushbutton on FGCP.
Check that the AP disconnection is operative by pressing the non affected Quick Release Control pushbutton.
Check the other AP disconnection means (AP must be engaged before each actions) :
- Normal pitch trim rocker on captain control wheel (nose up and nose down)
- Normal pitch trim rocker on first officer control wheel (nose up and nose down)
- Stand by pitch trim rockers (up and down)
- Push, then pull on captain control wheel (repeat the same actions on first officer control wheel)
- Force on rudder pedals (only on a captain or first officer side) : one time left and one time right.
- Press on YD pushbutton
18-1 Autopilot function
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
For ATR MODELS -600 version
CAT 2 operations are not possible.
18-2 Flight director function
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
For ALL ATR MODELS except -600 version
If ASCB bus is lost, in addition to AFCS loss, VOR and ADF bearings display on the opposite side CRTs are lost
when using EFIS reversion mode.
18-3 Yaw damper function
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
If RCU is inoperative PF will keep his feet on the pedals to be ready to control rudder.

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ATA 22 AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM
36-2 Autopilot disconnect aural alert 36-3 AP OFF light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
For ALL ATR MODELS Except -600 version
On ground, aircraft powered (EXT PWR or Hotel Mode)
AVIONICS VENT EXHAUST MODE................................................................................................. NORM
STICK PUSHER ................................................................................................................................... OFF
AIR BLEEDS ........................................................................................................................................ OFF
RADAR................................................................................................................................................. OFF
WEIGHT ON WHEELS (F/O maintenance panel) .................................................................................. FLT
AP ................................................................................................................................................ ENGAGE
YD ........................................................................................................................................................ OFF
CHECK ASSOCIATED ALERTS
WEIGHT ON WHEELS ..................................................................................................................... NORM
STICK PUSHER ..................................................................................................................................... ON
AIR BLEEDS .......................................................................................................................................... ON
RADAR...........................................................................................................................................AS RQD

Flight guidance control panel (ITEM 50-1TO 50-11 BELOW ):


For ATR MODELS -600 version
50-1 VS pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
IAS or basic mode is used for altitude change.
AP is disengaged for altitudes change.
50-2 ALT pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
(1) IAS or VS or basic mode may be used for altitude changes in ALT SEL mode
(2) The Altitude can be held using VS mode with 0 ft/min selected target.
50-3 ALT SEL knob
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
IAS or VS or basic mode may be used for altitude change with ALT pushbutton selection at requested altitude.
50-5 STBY pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Flight crew have to deselect the current selected FD mode.
50-6 HDG SEL pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
HDG HOLD mode may be used as required. HDG changes must be done manually or with TCS function.
50-8 APP pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
- Manual precision approaches without FD are possible.
- CAT 2 operations are not possible.
- Non precision approaches with AP (RNAV, or LOC or VOR) still available.
50-10 BC pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Alternate procedure(s) are established and used by the operator.
50-11 FD pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Alternate procedure(s) are established and used by the operator; FD bars can't be removed on affected side.
But AP is fully operational with FD bars displayed on both sides.
Index control panel (ITEM 60-1 AND 60-2 BELOW ):
For ATR MODELS -600 version
60-1 SPD TGT Knob
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Manual SPD may be modified by SPD TGT Knob of the non affected side.
Task sharing may be affected. No special procedure if speed AUTO mode is used during all the flight.
60-2 AUTO/MAN pushbutton
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by the operator: the operator have to establish and use alternate normal, following failure and emergency procedures
and/or operating restrictions, taking into account the following:
- Auto or manual SPD mode may be modified by AUTO/MAN pushbutton of the non affected side.
- Task sharing may be affected.

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ATA 23 COMMUNICATIONS
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12-1 VHF system


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
31-1 Passenger Address system / 44-1 Interphone system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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44-2 Cabin chime system


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
When necessary flight crew must directly inform the cabin crew member that SIGNS are ON.

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70-1 Cockpit Video Surveillance System


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate procedures and/or operating
restrictions to identify persons requesting entry to the flight crew compartment and to detect suspicious
behaviour or potential threat.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None

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ATA 24 ELECTRICAL POWER
21-2 INV FAULT alert
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
After engines start select BTC ISOL. Check no amber light or flag on instruments come on.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
22-1 ACW generator channel (generator + related GCU)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
If accelerate stop has to be performed, EMER BRAKING has to be used.
Refer to AFM Supplement N01 7_02.01: Dispatch with one ACW generator channel inoperative.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
This procedure has to be performed prior to the next flight following the ACW generator channels fault
triggering to detect a mechanical damage (bearing failure...).
Perform a visual inspection of the failed alternator:
 Look for overheating and/or presence of debris/chips in the alternator-cooling outlet.
 Check for unusual noise from the alternator by manually rotating the propeller.
% If check satisfactory: repeat this inspection on a daily basis until the ACW generator failure is
repaired.
% If check not satisfactory: replace the failed ACW generator prior to flight.
22-3 ACW generation Bus Tie Contactor
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
 Open hydraulic X FEED before take off
 Close it after flaps retraction
 Open it in approach
 Close it after landing
Note: Two-engine taxi is recommended.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
30-1 DC generator channel (generator + related GCU)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
For ATR 42-300/320 without mod 1496 or 2699, and ATR 72 without mod 1603
 Check of battery charge :
- Select feed by batteries only (DC GEN and / or EXT PWR OFF)
- After 3mn, check the voltages on the maintenance panel :
- Voltage more than 25V : battery charge is OK
- Voltage less than 25V : no possibility to state about the adequate charge of battery.
For ATR 42-300/320 only :
 Check of FODU (Feeder Overheat Detection Unit) :
- Depress associated PTT on the F/O maintenance panel for more than 3 seconds.
- Check associated magnetic indicators turn to amber and DC GEN disconnects if it was online when
test has been initiated.
- Release PTT
- Reset DC GEN, if necessary, with pushbutton.
For ALL MODELS :
 Check of remaining generator feeder integrity :
6 minutes are necessary to establish the temperature difference between the feeders if one line is
broken. So aircraft should not line up until 6 minutes elapsed after operative generator comes on line.
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30-1 DC generator channel (generator + related GCU) (contd)


Operational procedures (contd)
 Operational test of TRU (if installed) (contd):
Note: During the test, the ACW electrical network must be available (The AC GPU connected or ACW
generators running)
Checking are performed only on Main Electrical Panel (left hand panel)
- Switch OFF the pushbutton DC EXTERNAL POWER (if selected ON)
- Switch OFF the pushbuttons DC GEN 1 & 2 (if selected ON).
On Main Electrical Panel; check that the following caution lights are switched ON:
- BATTERY ARROWS,
- Both BUS OFF,
- INVERTER 2 FAULT,
- Both DC BUS OFF,
- SHED LEGEND OF DC SVCE/UTLY BUS
Check that the following systems are supplied:
- VHF 1,
- FUEL QTY INDICATOR,
- FLAPS POSITION INDICATOR
On Main Electrical Panel; press the TRU push-button; then check that:
- The TRU push-button is switched ON,
- The TRU ARROW caution light is switched ON,
- The BATTERIES ARROWS caution lights are not illuminated,
- The UNDV legend of OVRD/UNDV push-button is not illuminated.
On Main Electrical Panel, check that the BATTERY AMMETER shows zero load either if BAT selector
switch is placed in EMER or MAIN position.
Check that the following systems are still supplied:
- VHF 1,
- FUEL QTY INDICATOR,
- FLAPS POSITION INDICATOR.
On Main Electrical Panel, switch off the TRU push-button; then check that:
- The TRU push-button is not illuminated,
- The TRU ARROW caution light is not illuminated,
- The BATTERY ARROWS caution lights are switched ON.
Maintenance procedures
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30-2 Transformer Rectifier Unit (TRU) (if installed)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
In case of DUAL DC GEN LOSS the following procedure has to be applied:
DC GEN 1 AND 2................................................................................OFF THEN ON
 If no generator recovered
LAND ASAP, flight under IMC must be limited to 30 minutes
BAT SW ............................................................................................................OVRD
Note: If after a restart, a DC GEN becomes operative, set BAT SW to ON.
CAPT EHSI .......................................................................................................... OFF
MAN RATE KNOB ................................................................................... 9 O'CLOCK
CAB PRESS MODE SEL.................................................................................... MAN
ATC (VHF 1 or HF or HF 2) ........................................................................... NOTIFY
MIN CAB LT ......................................................................................................... OFF
Note: NAV lights switch set to ON is necessary to provide IEP illumination.
STICK PUSHER / SHAKER................................................................................. OFF
STICK PUSHER / SHAKER FAULT procedure...............................................APPLY
SIDE WINDOWS ANTI-ICING ............................................................................. OFF
AVIONICS VENT EXHAUST MODE ................................................................ OVBD
ADC SW ............................................................................................. SET TO ADC 1
ATC SW .............................................................................................. SET TO ATC 1
TLU............................................................................................ MAN MODE LO SPD
 When TLU LO SPD illuminates
TLU .............................................................................................................. AUTO
CAUTION: Avoid large rudder input if IAS above 180 kt
MAIN BATTERY CHARGE (on LH maintenance panel) ................................CHECK
BUS EQUIPMENT LISTS ...............................................................................CHECK
 If STBY UNDV light illuminates
STBY BUS...................................... For approach, OVRD only when necessary
 Before descent
PAX INSTRUCTIONS ........................................USE PASSENGER ADDRESS
 At touch down
IDLE GATE LEVER.................................................................................... PULL
For ATR 42-200/300/320 not fitted with mod 1694:
CAUTION: In case of Go Around, gear retraction is not available.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
32-2 DC generation Bus Tie Contactor
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Note: Two-engine taxi is recommended.
CAUTION: While aircraft is on ground, if LH DC generator fails, then automatic pressurization
digital controller supplied by DC BUS 1 is lost. Therefore, both outflow valves will
close and aircraft will be pressurized. In this case, use manual pressurization to
depressurize the aircraft.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
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ATA 25 EQUIPEMENT/FURNISHINGS
21-1 Required Cabin Attendant Seat / 21-2 Non-Required Cabin Attendant Seat
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator to follow corresponding MMEL 25 conditions.
31-1 Passenger seats
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator to follow corresponding MMEL 25 conditions.
45-1 Portable Protective Breathing Equipment
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator to follow corresponding MMEL 25 conditions.
50-1 Video system in cabin
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator: operator must establish and use alternate normal, following failure and
emergency procedures and/or operating restrictions.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator to follow corresponding MMEL 25 conditions.
70-1 SVCE PLUG switch
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
For take off and landing phases, pull C/B SERVICING PLUGS 230 VAC/50Hz CTL&IND on panel
121 VU, position E15 (mod 5870+5889 or mod 6063+5928).
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
80-1 Separation door and sliding panels of the partition
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
In case of malfunction, separation door and/or sliding panels may be secured blocked in open position or
removed. Refer to JIC 25-26-25 RAI 10000.

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ATA 26 FIRE PROTECTION
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OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 26.21.00 CHK 10000.
30-1 Hand Fire Extinguisher
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
None.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
To be defined by operator to follow corresponding MMEL 26 conditions.

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OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Pilot Flying and Pilot Non Flying must keep their feet on the pedals during all the taxi phases in order to avoid
rudder excessive movements. Pilot Flying will avoid large pedal movements during take off run and landing and will
prefer nose wheel steering use.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

20-2 Rudder releasable control unit


OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
If the yaw damper is inoperative, Pilot Flying will keep his feet on the pedals to be ready to control rudder.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During Cockpit preparation:

Select manually HI SPD and check alert is generated after 25 seconds: master caution, single chime, FLT
CTL on CAP and TLU FAULT light. Check rudder travel limited.

Select LO SPD and check alert stops after 15 seconds and check rudder travel no longer limited.
In Flight, select manually:
For ATR 42-400/500:

HI SPD when reaching 195 kt during an acceleration.

LO SPD when reaching 190 kt during a deceleration.
For ATR 72:

HI SPD when reaching 185 kt during an acceleration.

LO SPD when reaching 180 kt during a deceleration.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During Cockpit preparation:

Select manually HI SPD and check alert is generated after 25 seconds: master caution, single chime, FLT
CTL on CAP. Check rudder travel limited.

Select LO SPD and check alert stops after 15 seconds and check rudder travel no longer limited.
In Flight, select manually:
For ATR 42-400/500

HI SPD when reaching 195 kt during an acceleration.

LO SPD when reaching 190 kt during a deceleration.
For ATR 72:

HI SPD when reaching 185 kt during an acceleration.

LO SPD when reaching 180 kt during a deceleration.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
35-1 Pitch trim position indicator
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During TAXI check list run the trim from nose up to nose down: from the trim position where the whooler stops, run
the trim from nose down to nose up for 13 seconds.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROLS
20-1 Rudder damper
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Pilot Flying and Pilot Non Flying must keep their feet on the pedals during all the taxi phases in order to avoid
rudder excessive movements. Pilot Flying will avoid large pedal movements during take off run and landing and will
prefer nose wheel steering use.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
20-2 Rudder releasable control unit
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
If the yaw damper is inoperative, Pilot Flying will keep his feet on the pedals to be ready to control rudder.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
23-1 Travel Limiter Unit (TLU)
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During Cockpit preparation:

Select manually HI SPD and check alert is generated after 25 seconds: master caution, single chime, FLT
CTL TLU on FWS and TLU FAULT light. Check rudder travel limited.

Select LO SPD and check alert stops after 15 seconds and check rudder travel no longer limited.
In Flight, select manually:
For ATR 42-500:

HI SPD when reaching 195 kt during an acceleration.

LO SPD when reaching 190 kt during a deceleration.
For ATR 72-212A:

HI SPD when reaching 185 kt during an acceleration.

LO SPD when reaching 180 kt during a deceleration.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
23-2 TLU FAULT light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During Cockpit preparation:

Select manually HI SPD and check alert is generated after 25 seconds: master caution, single chime, FLT
CTL TLU on FWS. Check rudder travel limited.

Select LO SPD and check alert stops after 15 seconds and check rudder travel no longer limited.
In Flight, select manually:
For ATR 42-500:

HI SPD when reaching 195 kt during an acceleration.

LO SPD when reaching 190 kt during a deceleration.
For ATR 72-212A:

HI SPD when reaching 185 kt during an acceleration.

LO SPD when reaching 180 kt during a deceleration.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
35-1 Pitch trim position indicator
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
During TAXI check list run the trim from nose up to nose down: from the trim position where the whooler stops, run
the trim from nose down to nose up for 13 seconds.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
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36-2 Stick pusher actuator
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Select stick pusher/shaker pushbutton ON.
Check control wheel remains free of movement and stick pusher/shaker fault light is extinguished.
Note: If control column is stuck refer to maintenance procedure (disassembling of stick pusher).
Pull C/B stick pusher PWR.
Perform stick shakers test using stick pusher/shaker YES.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
STICK PUSHER ACTUATOR REMOVAL:
Refer to JIC 27.36.31 RAI 10000.
37-1 Pitch elevators coupling system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
ATR 42-400/500 and ATR 72 fitted with mod 3529 or 3530
If "Pitch disconnect" warning light is illuminated steady: no maintenance action is required before Ferry
Flight.
If "Pitch disconnect" warning is blinking: deactivate the elevator reconditioning device:
Refer to JIC 27.31.43 DAR 10005.
37-2 Elevator clutch reconditioning device
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

CAUTION: Steep Slope Approach is prohibited (>4.5)


MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 27.31.43 DAR 10000.
51-1 Flaps control system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Check flaps are in retracted position and flaps control lever is in zero position.
Refer to AFM Supplement N01 7_02.03: Dispatch with flaps retracted.
Pitch trim setting for flaps 0 take off: see DDG 27 page 4.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
55-1 Flaps position indicator
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Check visually flaps position at each configuration change.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.

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61-1 Spoiler control system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Refer to AFM Supplement N01 7_02.02: Dispatch with spoilers control system inoperative.
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Refer to JIC 27.61.00 DAR 10000.
70-1 GUST LOCK system
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Take special care for parking and taxi (wind effects).

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
1) Aileron
Perform a daily inspection of Aileron hinge fitting stops (on RH and LH)
1. Install notice prohibiting operation of flight controls in
flight compartment.
2. Install access platform.
3. Remove fairing 555AB or 655AB according to aileron
to be inspected.
Note : LH and RH wings aileron hinge fitting stops
must be inspected.
4. Manually move the aileron until reaching the upper stop.
5. Perform a Detailed Visual Inspection of aileron center fitting,
aileron control fitting and lower stop as per NDTM 51-90-00.
In case of findings, contact ATR prior any action.
6. Manually move the aileron until reaching the lower stop.
7. Perform a Detailed Visual Inspection of aileron center fitting,
aileron control fitting and upper stop as per NDTM 51-90-00.
In case of findings, contact ATR prior any action.
8. Install fairing 555AB or 655AB.
9. Remove warning notices and access platform.
2) Elevator
Perform a daily inspection of elevator hinge fitting stops (on RH and LH)
1. Install notice prohibiting operation of flight controls in
flight compartment.
2. Install access platform.
3. Remove access panels 333CB and 343CB.
4. Maintain elevators in full nose up position (trailing edge upward).
5. Perform a Detailed Visual Inspection of elevators inboard hinge fittings and stops as per NDTM 51-90-00. In case
of findings, contact ATR prior any action.
6. Install access panels 333CB and 343CB.
7. Remove warning notices and access platform.

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For all ATR 42-500 fitted with mod 4372
For all 72-212A, including ATR Models -600 version
Following items must be considered, In addition or replacing corresponding items on DDG 27 page 3
ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROLS (Continued)

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OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Take special care for parking and taxi (wind effects).
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
1) Aileron
a) Deactivation of aileron gust lock system
Note: this task is to be performed on the both sides.
Place GUST LOCK lever on "OFF" position
Open, safety and tag the following breaker: FLT CTL/GUST LOCK AIL (10CE)
Display warning notice in the flight compartment prohibiting operation of gust lock control
Open access panel 533AB (633AB) then 544AB (644AB).
Retract the actuator, if necessary, by means of an ALLEN KEY
Check the clearance (7.2 mm MIN) between the cam and the rocking lever
Close C/B 10CE and make sure that gust lock actuators do not engage inadvertently.
Open, secure and tag C/B 10CE.
Make certain that working area is clear and clean of tools and miscellaneous items
Close access doors
Remove warning notice in the flight compartment
Place GUST LOCK lever on "ON" position
Rotate PILOT HANDWHEEL to the right to reach aileron stop
Install tool P/N S0003024900000 between the PILOT HANDWHEEL and the STEERING HANDWHEEL
Note: the tool shall be removed and stored before leaving the parking; the ailerons shall be kept on the stops manually during
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(on RH and LH)
1. Install notice prohibiting operation of flight controls in
flight compartment.
2. Install access platform.
3. Remove fairing 555AB or 655AB according to aileron
to be inspected.
Note : LH and RH wings aileron hinge fitting stops
must be inspected.
4. Manually move the aileron until reaching the upper stop.
5. Perform a Detailed Visual Inspection of aileron center fitting,
aileron control fitting and lower stop as per NDTM 51-90-00.
In case of findings, contact ATR prior any action.
6. Manually move the aileron until reaching the lower stop.
7. Perform a Detailed Visual Inspection of aileron center fitting,
aileron control fitting and upper stop as per NDTM 51-90-00.
In case of findings, contact ATR prior any action.
8. Install fairing 555AB or 655AB.
9. Remove warning notices and access platform.

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Elevator
Perform a daily inspection of elevator hinge fitting stops
(on RH and LH)
1. Install notice prohibiting operation of flight controls in
flight compartment.
2. Install access platform.
3. Remove access panels 333CB and 343CB.
4. Maintain elevators in full nose up position (trailing edge upward).
5. Perform a Detailed Visual Inspection of elevators inboard hinge fittings and stops as per NDTM 51-90-00. In case of findings,
contact ATR prior any action.
6. Install access panels 333CB and 343CB.
7. Remove warning notices and access platform.

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OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES (CONTD)
Pitch trim setting for flaps 0 take off
Refer to AFM 7.02.03

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ATA 28 FUEL
21-1 FEED LO PR light
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Cockpit preparation:
CL ............................................................................................................................FTR
Note: For ATR 42-300/320, CL may be set slightly above FTR.
RH and LH PUMPS .................................................................................... CHECK ON
FUEL light on CAP.................................................................CHECK EXTINGUISHED
LH PUMP ................................................................................................. SELECT OFF
MC light + SC + FUEL light on CAP ..................................................................CHECK
LH PUMP ................................................................................................... SELECT ON
Associated alerts ........................................................................CHECK EXTINGUISH
RH PUMP ................................................................................................ SELECT OFF
Associated alerts .........................................................................CHECK ILLUMINATE
RH PUMP .................................................................................................. SELECT ON
Associated alerts ........................................................................CHECK EXTINGUISH
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
None.
21-2 Electrical pump
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
Alternate route study must be performed taking into account the non-affected side tank value only.
Maximum fuel unbalance is limited to :
ATR 72 : 730 kg (1609 lbs).
ATR 42 : 550 kg (1212 lbs)
Cockpit preparation:
X FEED................................................................................................. CHECK X LINE
INOPERATIVE PUMP ............................................................................................ OFF
OPERATIVE PUMP.................................................................................................. ON
ENG FEED LO PR on operative side ....................................CHECK EXTINGUISHED
ENG FEED LO PR on inoperative side .................. CHECK REMAINS ILLUMINATED
X FEED..............................................................................................................IN LINE
ENG FEED LO PR on inoperative side .................................CHECK EXTINGUISHED
X FEED............................................................................................................... X LINE
OPERATIVE PUMP................................................................................................ OFF
ENG FEED LO PR on both sides ............................................. CHECK ILLUMINATED
OPERATIVE PUMP..........................................................................................AS RQD
Before affected engine start
X FEED ......................................................................................................IN LINE
After affected engine start
INOPERATIVE PUMP ...................................................................................... ON
Note: This allows motive flow valve and then jet pump to be operative
X FEED ....................................................................................................... X LINE
ENG FEED LO PR lights ............................. CHECK REMAINS EXTINGUISHED
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Associated breaker 1QA or 2QA to be pulled out and tagged