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One Main Gear and Nose Gear Down and Locked, Opposite Main Gear Retracted

G500 Emergency Procedures

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AFM Procedure

[AFM, §04-18-30]

Indicated main landing gear not down and locked.

Possible Cause

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System Impacts

  1. Nosewheel Steering: Unavailable with either main gear not down.

Corrective Action

  1. If fully retracted:

    1. Airplane . . . Apply positive ‘G’

  2. If partially extended:

    1. a. Airplane . . . Yaw airplane into affected gear (left gear / left rudder or right gear / right rudder)

  3. Landing

    1. Runway . . . Select longest and widest available

    2. Normal Approach and Landing. . . Conduct

    3. Ldg Gear Horn Inhibit (TSC/Aural Inhibits) . . . Select

    4. Touchdown . . . Side of runway with safe gear

    5. Airplane . . . Maintain wings level as long as possible

    6. NOTE

      Nosewheel steering, ground spoilers and thrust reversers will not be available with one main gear retracted.

    7. SPEED BRAKES . . . EXTEND (as required)

    8. Directional control and stopping:

    9. (1) Rudder and Differential Brakes . . . Use

    10. Refer to 04-19-50, Emergency Airplane Evacuation.

References

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

Revision: 2019-04-18
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