1Copyright Information goes here   Company Proprietary and Confidential
2                  INTRODUCTION       Name                      : Anamika Singh       Assessor : Mrs. Shikha Kaul      ...
3                          ACKNOWLEDGEMENT :      • I am really thankful for our Aviation faculty        MRS. SHIKHA KAUL ...
4                                  SIGN IN TO SIGN OUT OF CREW         1. Entry into the airport with the documents       ...
5      2. Then report to the moment control 2 hours before           departure.       Check the departure time, arrival t...
6      7. And after entering into the flight report to the        senior most.      8. We do preflight check. In that we c...
7       Lavatory dressing : We check nappy table, Soaps and        other things which are used to wash hands and face,   ...
8      10. And then we do welcome announcement        first in Hindi and then in English.      11. We also do demonstratio...
9       Then senior most gives briefing to the captain that      a. Captain all doors closed and armed      b. 100 passen...
10      13. Then the crew starts the service.       First the crew starts the complementary bar        service to the pas...
11       Then we go to the passengers open the table and        place the table cloth and give menu card for them.      ...
12       After the service is over for the passengers the        crew can also eat but only two members at a time.      ...
13       And during disembarkation two crew will        stand at the door and remaining crew will        help the passeng...
14      If our flight is next day at 6:00 am the hotel       people will make a wake up call at four .       The crew me...
15                                    Safety                                  EquipmentsCopyright Information goes here   ...
16                   Water extinguisher (H2O)                                   There is 1 in each aeroplane              ...
17                                  Halon extinguisher (BCF)                                         There are 3 BCF extin...
18                                  Freon extinguisher                                           Every aeroplane toilet ha...
19                                  Fire axe        There is one fire axe in every Futura Gael aeroplane     Pre-flight ch...
20              Protective breathing equipment (PBE)                                     THERE ARE   6 PBEs B 737/400     ...
21                                  Fire gloves                                      Pre-flight check                     ...
22                                  Torches                                    There is one torch per each Cabin          ...
23                                  Oxygen  Pre-flight checkQuantity and stowage correct.Pressure gauge between 1,500-2,00...
24     Remember: There are two types of oxygen masks                                  Pre-flight check                    ...
25                                        First Aid kit (FAK)                                  Pre-flight check           ...
LIFE JACKETS                                  26                                  1 UNDER EACH PASSENGER SEAT             ...
27                                  Megaphones                                                   There are two            ...
28                                  Safety Briefing Cards                                              Pre-flight check   ...
29                     ELT (Emergency location transmitter )   • Distress radio beacons, also known as emergency beacons, ...
30                                  Dangerous goods kit (DGK)                                          Pre-flight check   ...
31            CORRECT WAY TO         COMPLETE A “PRE-FLIGHT           SAFETY EQUIPMENT            CHECKLIST” FORMCopyright...
32          A tick must be placed in the appropriate box after checking        every item for the correct quantity, stowag...
33                              New items included in the Pre-flight                                 safety equipment chec...
Name of the                       Parts of the     Preflight          Usage of34                                          ...
Name of the                       Parts of the        Preflight        Usage of35                                         ...
Name of the Parts of the                            Preflight          Usage of the                                       ...
Name of the                       Parts of the   Preflight       Usage of37                                               ...
Name of the                        Parts of the   Preflight           Usage of38                                          ...
Name of the                        Parts of the    Preflight        Usage of39                                            ...
40                                  Conclusion           Aviation classes helped me to know           about the factors o...
41                                  Bibliography   www.airlines.net   www.flightglobal.com   www.indianaviationnews.ne   e...
42Copyright Information goes here   Company Proprietary and Confidential
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  1. 1. 1Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  2. 2. 2 INTRODUCTION  Name : Anamika Singh  Assessor : Mrs. Shikha Kaul  Batch : A1  Course : AVIATION,HOSPITALITY AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT  Year : 2012Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  3. 3. 3 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT : • I am really thankful for our Aviation faculty MRS. SHIKHA KAUL for helping me and I am also grateful to frankfinn for providing an opportunity to learn about Aviation.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  4. 4. 4 SIGN IN TO SIGN OUT OF CREW 1. Entry into the airport with the documents like:  Two id cards  Passport  Circular  Announcement book  Airlines handbook  Torch  DGCA handbookCopyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  5. 5. 5 2. Then report to the moment control 2 hours before departure.  Check the departure time, arrival time, crew name, captain name, flight number, registration number. 3. And then fill the flight report, custom and immigration form. 4. Report to the senior most in the briefing room. 5. If there is sudden medical check we must attend it. 6. And then the customs and immigration forms.And then security.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  6. 6. 6 7. And after entering into the flight report to the senior most. 8. We do preflight check. In that we check:  Cabin dressing  Lavatory dressing  Galley check  Emergency equipment  Cabin dressing: We check Seat back upright, Seat belt is placed properly, Window shutters up and Seat pockets (news paper, safety card, disposal bag, magazines and headset if arm wrest is there).Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  7. 7. 7  Lavatory dressing : We check nappy table, Soaps and other things which are used to wash hands and face, Emergency fire extinguisher, Crew call button and Open close Nob.  Galley check : We check all the things are secured and strapped, how many meals and trolleys, drinks.  Emergency equipment : We check Portable oxygen bottle with mask, fire extinguisher, fire axe, Life vests and emergency lights which come automatically when no power in flight. 9. And embarkation of passengers. At that time crew take their working position and show the passengers their seats and help them to keep their baggage in the baggage bin.  And also help them to fasten their seat belts.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  8. 8. 8 10. And then we do welcome announcement first in Hindi and then in English. 11. We also do demonstration announcement first in Hindi and then in English. 12. Prepare for take off:  Captain says to close the doors and arm the doors.  Crew members close the door and arm the doors.  Senior takes the briefing from the crew that all doors closed and armed.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  9. 9. 9  Then senior most gives briefing to the captain that a. Captain all doors closed and armed b. 100 passengers on board c. lavatory cleared d. Galley secured e. Passengers seated and strapped f. All emergency equipment checked  Then captain says “crew at your station for take off”.  Then crew sits in their jump seat and senior most dims the cabin lights while take off.  After reaching cruising level crew makes an announcement “ You can remove when fasten seat belt sign is off but please remain seated and wear your seat belts”.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  10. 10. 10 13. Then the crew starts the service.  First the crew starts the complementary bar service to the passengers.  And if the passengers want to buy there is bar sale and in-flight shopping on board.  If it is morning we start the breakfast service.  Before service we make an announcement that “please remain seated now we are starting the service, if there is any special meal ordered press the call button”.  Breakfast service to first class:  During the service first we check with the other galley that they are ready for the service or not.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  11. 11. 11  Then we go to the passengers open the table and place the table cloth and give menu card for them.  After two min we offered them some chakos in a bowl.  And then we come with hot and cold milk and ask them if they want hot or cold milk.  After some time serve the main Anthre like warm bread, egg and different types of egg like half boiled, egg toast, full boiled etc.  After that we serve fruits for the passengers.  And we take the trolley with different types of tea ,coffee placed on it along with some cookies.  And then collection of the trays and bowl.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  12. 12. 12  After the service is over for the passengers the crew can also eat but only two members at a time.  And after that one hour before landing we fill up all the forms like bar sale, meal service, bar service, in-flight shopping.  And while landing see that all the passengers are seated and strapped , galley secured and see that no person must be in the lavatory.  After landing we make landing announcement.  And when the captain says disarm the door, disarm the door and before opening it see that the step ladder is attached.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  13. 13. 13  And during disembarkation two crew will stand at the door and remaining crew will help the passengers to remove their baggage from the baggage bin.  And after disembarkation check the cabin if the passengers left something. If there is any object give to the security person.  After that proceed to the moment control.  We must sign out and take the hotel voucher and proceed to the hotel.  After reaching to the hotel first the senior most or the pilots will check in.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  14. 14. 14 If our flight is next day at 6:00 am the hotel people will make a wake up call at four .  The crew members who are in that room must pick the wake up call. And then we check out from hotel and we reach airport. From here the whole procedure is same as the above procedure.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  15. 15. 15 Safety EquipmentsCopyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  16. 16. 16 Water extinguisher (H2O) There is 1 in each aeroplane Pre-flight check Quantity and stowage correct. Check copper/lead seal intact. Check that gas cylinder (CO2 cartridge) is present in handle (by viewing through either hole drilled in the handle).Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  17. 17. 17 Halon extinguisher (BCF) There are 3 BCF extinguishers in the 737/400 There are 4 BCF extinguishers in the 737/800 ONE OF THE BCF EXTINGUISHERS ARE ALWAYS INSIDE THE FLIGHT DECK Pre-flight check Quantity and stowage correct. Pressure gauge arrow is in the green band. Seal and safety pin are set.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  18. 18. 18 Freon extinguisher Every aeroplane toilet has been equipped with a freon extinguisher Pre-flight check Temperature indicator strip has white/grey circles.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  19. 19. 19 Fire axe There is one fire axe in every Futura Gael aeroplane Pre-flight check CCMs do not check any safety equipment located in the Flight DeckCopyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  20. 20. 20 Protective breathing equipment (PBE) THERE ARE 6 PBEs B 737/400 THERE ARE 7 PBEs B 737/800 Pre-flight check Quantity and stowage correct. The seal on the clamp is undamaged. The yellow serviceability indicator is visible.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  21. 21. 21 Fire gloves Pre-flight check Quantity and stowage correct.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  22. 22. 22 Torches There is one torch per each Cabin Crew seat, 5 in the Boeing 737-400 and 8 in the Boeing 737-800 Quantity and stowage correct. The LED (Light Emitting Diode) blinking light flashes every 5 to 10 secondsCopyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  23. 23. 23 Oxygen Pre-flight checkQuantity and stowage correct.Pressure gauge between 1,500-2,000 psi.Metal seal intact.One of the masks must be attached to the HIGH outlet.An extra disposable mask must be available.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  24. 24. 24 Remember: There are two types of oxygen masks Pre-flight check Quantity and stowage correct.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  25. 25. 25 First Aid kit (FAK) Pre-flight check Quantity and stowage correct. Must be properly closed and sealed (blue seal).Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  26. 26. LIFE JACKETS 26 1 UNDER EACH PASSENGER SEAT 10% EXTRA (BABIES/ADULT) ONE CREW LIFE VEST AT EACH CABIN CREW STATION PRE-FLIGHT CHECK •Quantity and stowage correct (including spare and infant) •The plastic bag must be intact.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  27. 27. 27 Megaphones There are two megaphones in each Futura Gael aeroplane Pre-flight check Quantity and stowage correct. Squeeze handle and check that the green battery light flashes.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  28. 28. 28 Safety Briefing Cards Pre-flight check Ensure correct aeroplane Safety briefing card is present in each seat pocketCopyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  29. 29. 29 ELT (Emergency location transmitter ) • Distress radio beacons, also known as emergency beacons, ELT or EPIRB, are tracking transmitters which aid in the detection and location of boats, aircraft, and people in distress. Strictly, they are radio beacons that interface with worldwide offered service of Cospas-Sarsat, the international satellite system for search and rescue (SAR). When manually activated, or automatically activated upon immersion, such beacons send out a distress signal. The signals are monitored worldwide and the location of the distress is detected by non-geostationary satellites, and can be located by trilateration in combination with triangulation, respecting the varying quality of the signal received. • In the case of 406 MHz beacons which transmit digital signals, the beacons can be uniquely identified almost instantly (via GEOSAR), and furthermore a GPS or GLONASS position can be encoded into the signal, which provides instantaneous identification of the registered user and its location. Frequently, by using the initial position provided via the satellite system, SAR aircraft and ground search parties can home in on the distress signals from the beacons and come to the aid of the concerned boat, aircraft, or peopleCopyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  30. 30. 30 Dangerous goods kit (DGK) Pre-flight check Quantity and stowage correct. Properly closed and sealed.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  31. 31. 31 CORRECT WAY TO COMPLETE A “PRE-FLIGHT SAFETY EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST” FORMCopyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  32. 32. 32 A tick must be placed in the appropriate box after checking every item for the correct quantity, stowage and serviceability. If any item is incorrect, the CCMs will indicate it by a cross and explain in the “findings” section of the formCopyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  33. 33. 33 New items included in the Pre-flight safety equipment checklistCopyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  34. 34. Name of the Parts of the Preflight Usage of34 theemergency emergency checks of the emergencyequipment equipment emergency equipment equipmentMega phone 1.Push to talk 1.Carrect 1.Used for button location controlling 2.Sling 2.Secured with crowd 3.Speaker strap 2.Remove from 4.Handel 3.Press the location push to talk 3.Sling it on button to hear your shoulder a click sound to 4.Hold the make sure the handle button is 5.Keep the working speaker in front of your mouth 6.Press theCopyright Information goes here push to talk Company Proprietary and Confidential
  35. 35. Name of the Parts of the Preflight Usage of35 theemergency emergency checks of the emergencyequipment equipment emergency equipment equipmentLife jacket 1.Two red 1.It is kept 1.It is used(yellow for automatic inflation under the seat during ditching tags on the sidespassenger , to inflate theOrange for jacketcrew) 2.Two red manual inflation tubes of either side of jacket 3.Light that’s comes on automatically when it contacts with salt water & stays for 48 hrs 4.Strap it tightCopyright Information goes here around the waste Company Proprietary and Confidential
  36. 36. Name of the Parts of the Preflight Usage of the 36emergency emergency checks of the emergencyequipment equipment emergency equipment equipmentOxygen 1.Oxygen 1.Check the 1.Remove frombottle with bottle with current location its location andmask sling attached 2.Secure with slide it on 2.Prusser strap shoulder gauge 3.Should be in 2.Attach oxygen 3.Mask with green marked mask to the the corner direction cylinder attached to it 4.Mask should 3.Release the 4.Nob to be available oxygen by release the rotating the knob oxygen 4.Check the oxygen flow 5.Never leave the Copyright Information goes here casual Company Proprietary and Confidential
  37. 37. Name of the Parts of the Preflight Usage of37 theemergency emergency checks of the emergencyequipment equipment emergency equipment equipmentFire 1.Strap is 1.Secure with 1.Remove fromextinguisher secure strap the locationTwo types of 2.Pressure 2.Neadel on 2.extinguisher gauge the pressure 3.Remove the1.Helon 3.Safty pin gauge safety pin2.Water 4.Handel Should be 4.Squase the 5.Trigger 1500 to 2000 trigger for the 6.nozzle psi content to 3.Safty pin release intact 5.Fight the fire 4.Check the in sweeping motion from a safety distanceCopyright Information goes here of 8 feet Company Proprietary and Confidential
  38. 38. Name of the Parts of the Preflight Usage of38 theemergency emergency checks of the emergencyequipment equipment emergency equipment equipmentFire axe 1.Handel 1.Check if it is 1.Use in cause 2.Hook in right position of fire 3.Blade 2.During survival in case of crash-------------------- -------------------- ---------------------- -- -- -------------------- --Asbestos --------- 1.Check if it isgloves in right position 1.Used in case of fire in the cabin 2.It protect Copyright Information goes here from extreme Company Proprietary and Confidential
  39. 39. Name of the Parts of the Preflight Usage of39 theemergency emergency checks of the emergencyequipment equipment emergency equipment equipmentSmoke hood --------- 1. kept above 1.Use in cause the jump seat of fire fighting-------------------- -------------------- -------------------- --------------------ELT --------- 1.Check if it is 1.Used in case in right position of water landing and in any forest landing Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  40. 40. 40 Conclusion Aviation classes helped me to know about the factors of aviation industry, its developmental factors & about the current scenario of aviation industry I thank madam for giving me an opportunity to present this assignment.Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
  41. 41. 41 Bibliography www.airlines.net www.flightglobal.com www.indianaviationnews.ne en.wikipedia.org/wiki/US_Airways_Flight_1549Copyright Information goes here Company Proprietary and Confidential
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