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All Gear Up Landing Procedure

G500 Emergency Procedures

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AFM Procedure

[AFM, §04-18-60]

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Corrective Action

    NOTE

    Do not deploy speed brakes for this procedure.

  1. Cabin and Passengers . . . Notify

  2. Landing Fuel . . . 2000 lbs maximum

  3. Airplane Depressurization

    1. CABIN PRESSURE CONTROL . . . MANUAL

    2. TROV . . . Full open

  4. Approach

    1. Runway . . . Select longest, widest available

    2. MAU 1 and MAU 2 Inhibit (TSC/ Aural Inhibits) . . . Select

    3. APU MASTER . . . OFF

    4. Final Approach Configuration . . . Flaps 39° / Shallow approach

    5. Final Approach Speed . . . VREF or as slow as possible

  5. Landing

    1. Sink Rate . . . Minimal at touchdown

    2. CAUTION

      FLAP SEGMENTS ARE LIKELY TO BREAK AWAY FROM THE WING AT TOUCHDOWN.

    3. Touchdown . . . Runway centerline

    4. Directional Control . . . Maintain with rudder

    5. Maintain a nose high attitude during landing:

    6. (1) Sidestick and Aft Pitch Trim . . . Use up to full aft stick and noseup trim during ground run

    7. FIRE Handles (Left and Right) . . . Pull as aft fuselage contacts runway surface (solenoid release required)

    8. When stopped:

    9. (1) Refer to: 04-19-50, Emergency Airplane Evacuation

References

Gulfstream GVII-G500 Airplane Flight Manual, Revision 1, August 31, 2018

Revision: 20190511
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