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STALL WARNING AT LIFT OFF

FOR TRAINING ONLY. DO NOT USE FOR FLIGHT!


General Notes


At lift-off, a damaged AOA probe may cause a stall warning to spuriously sound in the cockpit even when the aircraft is in Normal Law.

If the aural stall warning sounds at liftoff, fly the appropriate thrust and pitch for takeoff in order to attempt to stop the aural stall warning and ensure a safe flight path.

Apply TOGA thrust in order to get the maximum available thrust. Simultaneously, target a pitch angle of 15 ° and keep the wings level in order to ensure safe climb. Then, when a safe flight path and speed are achieved, if the aural stall warning is still activated the flight crew must consider that it is a spurious warning.

Spurious stall warning may sound in NORMAL law, if an angle of attack probe is damaged.




STALL WARNING AT LIFT OFF – MEMORY ITEMS

  • PF Announces……………………………………. “STALL, TOGA 15°”

  • THRUST LEVERS ……………………………………………….. TOGA

  • PITCH ATTITUDE…………………………………………………..15 °

  • BANK…………………………………………………..WINGS LEVEL

When a safe flight path and speed are achieved and maintained, if stall warning continues, consider it as spurious.



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