5.18. After Landing Procedures, After Landing Check
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The After Landing Check should be carried out once the Aeroplane has taxied clear of the active runway. In conditions of light aerodrome traffic and/or if a long taxi on the active runway is required before exiting to a taxiway, the After Landing Check may be done on the runway. Taxi procedures are discussed in the Normal Flight Procedures Departure chapter. The expanded After Landing Check follows.
AFTER LANDING CHECK
- Controls — Locked
- Flaps — Up
Landing Lights — Off
- If there is a significant hazard of collision, it may be advisable to leave the landing lights on until clear of the active runway.
A/COL Lights — Red
- Select Anti-Collision strobe lights to red to reduce glare for other Aeroplane.
Ignition — NORMAL
- The ignition should to normal unless required for taxiing in slush.
- After Landing Check — Complete
Taxiing Without All Engines Operating [If Applicable]
[Insert applicable information in the following sub-section only if your Aeroplane is permitted to taxi without all engines operating.]
Taxiing the [Aeroplane Type] Aeroplane without all engines operating is approved. However, the following limitations and procedures apply:
- The Shutdown Check is to be carried out to secure an engine during taxi.
- Taxiing in congested areas is not permitted.
- Taxiing in reverse is not permitted.
- Normal and stand-by hydraulic power must be available to operate brakes.
- Nose wheel steering must be operating.
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