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Where are the procedures associated with take-off and landing on contaminated runways found?
  • A
    Part C of the Operations Manual
  • B
    Part A of the Operations Manual
  • C
    Part B of the Operations Manual
  • D
    Part D of the Operations Manual

AMC3 ORO.MLR.100 Operations manual – general


The normal procedures and duties assigned to the crew, the appropriate checklists, the system for their use and a statement covering the necessary coordination procedures between flight and cabin/other crew members. The normal procedures and duties should include the following:

(a) pre-flight,
(b) pre-departure,
(c) altimeter setting and checking,
(d) taxi, take-off and climb,
(e) noise abatement,
(f) cruise and descent,
(g) approach, landing preparation and briefing,
(h) VFR approach,
(i) IFR approach,
(j) visual approach and circling,
(k) missed approach,
(l) normal landing,
(m) post-landing,
(n) for aeroplanes, operations on wet and contaminated runways.

ORO.MLR.101 Operations manual – structure for commercial air transport
Except for operations with single-engined propeller-driven aeroplanes with an MOPSC of 5 or less or single-engined non-complex helicopters with an MOPSC of 5 or less, taking off and landing at the same aerodrome or operating site, under VFR by day, the main structure of the OM shall be as follows:
(a) Part A: General/Basic, comprising all non-type-related operational policies, instructions and procedures;
(b) Part B: Aircraft operating matters, comprising all type-related instructions and procedures, taking into account differences between types/classes, variants or individual aircraft used by the operator;
(c) Part C: Commercial air transport operations, comprising route/role/area and aerodrome/ operating site instructions and information;
(d) Part D: Training, comprising all training instructions for personnel required for a safe operation.

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