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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization:  Cessna Citation
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization:  Cessna Citation
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Cessna Citation
In this edition of the Aircraft Familiarization Series, Lt. Tom Littlepage, Evansville Regional Airport (EVV ARFF), goes to Orlando Cessna Citation Service Center to review the most popular business aircraft, the Cessna Citation. Tom and James Perine, of Cessna Citation Service Center, demonstrates important safety features and ARFF procedures for the various Cessna models.
 
Related Document(s): Cessna Citation Model Stats (Adobe PDF 861.7 KB)
 
Release Date: 08/23/2014
Duration: 16 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization:  Boeing 737-700, 800, 900-ER
Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization: Boeing 737-700, 800, 900-ER
In this edition of Part 139.319 Aircraft Familiarization, we feature the Boeing 737-700, 800 and 900-ER. Lt. Tom Littlepage, EVV ARFF (Evansville, IN), demonstrates important safety features and ARFF procedures for the 737-900. John Healing, United Airlines Lead Aircraft Maintenance Technician, offers his expertise on how to handle shutdown procedures, the best approach to access the 737 cockpit, electrical system shutdown, procedures to gain access to the battery and much more.
 
Related Document(s): Boeing 737 Statistics (Adobe PDF 141.1 KB)
 
Release Date: 06/23/2014
Duration: 15 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise:  Aircraft Down - Are You Ready?  Operation Crash and Surge
Part 139.319 Triennial Exercise: Aircraft Down - Are You Ready? Operation Crash and Surge
This video captures the challenges faced by fire rescue departments for aircraft incidents that occur off airport property. According to NTSB, approximately 55% of aircraft incidents happen outside the airport perimeter. This statistic emphasizes the need for airports to include outside entities when they conduct their FAA triennial exercise, but additionally to incorporate different jurisdictional leads from the communities surrounding the airport. Orlando International Airport (MCO) hosted the largest full-scale exercise ever conducted in the State of Florida. Over 50 agencies from Central Florida participated in the scenario. The scenario was an A320 aircraft experienced complete loss of hydraulic power on takeoff, crashing into a hotel complex and leaving over 600 victims in its wake. The exercise, Operation Crash and Surge, was designed to test the response capabilities for an off airport crash that also challenged the surge capacity of 16 area hospitals. This video was produced by the Orlando International Airport.
 
Release Date: 06/09/2014
Duration: 7 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1491-1406
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