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1 AIRCRAFT RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING GUIDE REVISION 0 AA Flight Safety Department.4601 Hwy 360; MD 849 GSWFA.Fort Worth Texas Phone

2 Copyright 2013 by American Airlines Book design by Ted Rogachuk All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means including information storage and retrieval systems, without permission in writing from American Airlines. The only exception is by authorized Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting Personnel, who may reproduce and store this manual. Respective airplane manufacturers have furnished the Crash, Fire, and Rescue Charts to American Airlines (AA). PHOTO CREDITS With the exception of pages 15, 50, and 51, photographs contained within this manual were provided by Miami Dade Fire Rescue Firefighter Joe Cavallo and published with his permission. All photographs are protected by copy-write, and my not be reproduced without the prior written permission of Joe Cavallo:

3 Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 4 EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION 5 AMERICAN AIRLINES SPECIFIC PROCEDURES 6 EMERGENCY EVACUATION PROCEDURES 6 EMERGENCY WITH HAZMAT 7 CARGO HOLD FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM 7 WHEEL CHOCKS 8 COMMUNICATIONS WITH ARFF 9 EMERGENCY HAND SIGNALS 9 MD-80 SERIES 11 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS 12 EMERGENCY RESCUE DOOR ACCESS 13 AFT AIRSTAIR ACCESS 14 TAILCONE JETTISON 15 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION 16 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS 17 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS 18 BATTERY LOCATIONS 19 BOEING EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS 22 EMERGENCY RESCUE DOOR ACCESS 23 REVISION 0 1

4 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION 24 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS 25 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS 26 BATTERY LOCATIONS 27 BOEING EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS 30 EMERGENCY RESCUE DOOR ACCESS 31 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION 32 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS 33 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS 34 BATTERY LOCATIONS 35 BOEING 767 SERIES 37 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS 38 EMERGENCY RESCUE DOOR ACCESS 39 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION ( ER) 40 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION ( ER) 41 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS 42 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS 43 BATTERY LOCATIONS 44 BOEING 777 SERIES 45 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS 46 EMERGENCY RESCUE DOOR ACCESS 47 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION ( ) 48 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION ( ) 49 REVISION 0 2

5 FORWARD OVERHEAD CREW REST AREA ( ONLY) 50 AFT OVERHEAD CREW REST AREA ( ONLY) 51 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS 52 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS 53 BATTERY LOCATIONS 54 AIRBUS A AIRCRAFT GENERAL 56 EMERGENCY EVACUATION SLIDES 57 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS 58 EMERGENCY RESCUE DOOR ACCESS 59 FWD AND AFT CARGO DOOR CONTROLS 60 APU ACCESS DOOR 61 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS 62 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS 63 WHEEL/BRAKE OVERHEAT 64 BRAKE OVERHEAT AND LANDING GEAR FIRE 65 REVISION 0 3

6 INTRODUCTION It is not the intention of this guide to provide or teach tactics and strategies to the Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) community as it is widely recognized that each department has their own unique environment, equipment, training and tactics and strategies designed for their needs. This guide contains information for airport firefighters about emergency aircraft access and equipment available in the aircraft operated by American Airlines. The Guide will be provided (in electronic form) to all airport firefighting personnel who request it. This guide will also be provided to AA Station Managers, who can provide a copy to local ARFF personnel, if requested. Flight Operations Safety is responsible for preparing the Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Guide for American Airlines. For opening stations, a familiarization course will be made available by Flight Operations Safety for the local fire fighter station, if requested. Although Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting diagrams are included for quick reference purposes, please refer to Federal Aviation Regulation Part 139 and International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Annex 14, when determining the minimum vehicle payload and fire suppression performance requirements for your airport operation. If you would like to obtain a copy of this manual, have questions, suggestions, feedback, or require additional information, please contact: Ted Rogachuk American Airlines - Flight Safety Department 4601 Hwy 360; MD 849 GSWFA Fort Worth, Texas REVISION 0 4

7 EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION American Airlines System Operations Control Phone: American Airlines Sr. Manager of Flight Safety Capt. John DeLeeuw Office: Cell: REVISION 0 5

8 AMERICAN AIRLINES SPECIFIC PROCEDURES Joint training opportunities with ARFF departments across the American Airlines system have shown procedural differences regarding emergency procedures exist between airlines. This section highlights American Airlines specific information, and is intended to raise awareness among ARFF personnel when approaching AA aircraft in the field. It is not intended to substitute any procedures already established by local ARFF agencies. EMERGENCY EVACUATION PROCEDURES When an aircraft has come to a stop in an obvious life-threatening situation, Flight Attendants at AA are authorized to initiate an evacuation without awaiting instructions from the cockpit. Flight Attendants will attempt to communicate with the cockpit if at all possible. However, if life threatening conditions exist and communications with the cockpit is not possible, Flight Attendants will make an independent decision and operate all usable exits. Additionally, operational history has shown passengers have initiated un-commanded evacuations on their own. Be aware of this when approaching the aircraft, especially when below an exit door. Due to these and other dynamic considerations encountered during an emergency situation, the flight deck crew may not be immediately aware an evacuation was initiated. If communicating directly with the cockpit and an evacuation is observed, notify the flight deck crew as soon as practical. This is especially true if the engines are still running. Each crew member is assigned a specific exit (if useable) during an emergency evacuation. After the evacuation checklist is completed, the First Officer will exit through the REVISION 0 6

9 first available forward exit. The Captain will walk through the cabin, ensuring all passengers are off the aircraft, and then exit through the rear of the aircraft. EMERGENCY WITH HAZMAT During emergency situations with dangerous goods/hazardous materials on board the aircraft, AA crews are instructed to provide Air Traffic Control (ATC) with the AA Systems Operations Control (SOC) contact number. ATC or ARFF will contact the SOC and obtain the dangerous goods information. The SOC will provide type, amount and location information of the HAZMAT or dangerous goods, typically within 1-3 minutes of the call. The SOC contact number for American Airlines: Joint training has shown confusion sometimes exists between local ATC and ARFF agencies concerning which agency should obtain and distribute HAZMAT information from the American Airlines SOC. American Airlines encourages each ARFF agency to contact their local ATC tower representative and determine which agency will contact and obtain HAZMAT information from the American Airlines SOC, and how the information will be shared. CARGO HOLD FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM All American Airlines aircraft are equipped with cargo hold fire extinguishing systems. These systems utilize Halon as the extinguishing agent. If Halon was discharged into the cargo holds, flight crews are instructed to inform ground personnel NOT to open any cargo door until all passengers and crew have exited the airplane and fire fighting equipment is nearby. This prevents exposure of passengers and crew to Halon, and mitigates the risk of a flashover during an evacuation when a cargo door is opened. REVISION 0 7

10 This notification does not preclude ARFF personnel from opening the cargo doors if they determine immediate action is required. Rather, if conditions permit and ARFF personnel have determined conditions are safe, do not open the cargo doors until all passengers and crew have exited the aircraft when the cargo hold fire suppression system has been utilized. Communications between ARFF personnel and the cockpit is essential to the orderly and safe response to the indication of a cargo hold fire. WHEEL CHOCKS Whenever it is possible, it is recommended to have wheel chocks available in the fire trucks when responding to an emergency. Wheel chocks would be useful in cases of brake cooling following an aborted takeoff, overweight landings or hydraulic system failures. Having wheel chocks installed allows the pilots to release the brakes and facilitate cooling. REVISION 0 8

11 COMMUNICATIONS WITH ARFF The guidance given to American Airlines crew members for hand signals and voice communications with ARFF are based upon FAA Advisory Circular (AC) 150/5210-7D. The standards for discrete emergency frequency and emergency hand signals outlined in the AC allow direct communications between the flight crew, the ARFF Incident Commander, and air traffic control. The FAA guidance outlined in the Advisory Circular designates the ARFF IC call sign as [Airport Identifier] Command. The discrete frequency will be designated by ATC. EMERGENCY HAND SIGNALS Standardized emergency hand signals are for use in the event of radio communication failure or following cockpit crew's abandonment of cockpit crew stations to emergency stations away from the radios and/or for cabin crews. Hand signals should be given from the left front side of the aircraft for the cockpit crew. REVISION 0 9

12 STANDARD EMERGENCY HAND SIGNALS Recommend Evacuation Evacuation recommended based on ARFF ICs assessment of external situation. Arm extended from body, and held horizontal with hand upraised at eye level. Execute beckoning arm motion angled backward. Non-beckoning arm held against body. Night same with wands. Recommend Stop Recommend evacuation in progress be halted. Stop aircraft movement or other activity in progress Arms in front of head and crossed at wrists. Night - same with wands. Emergency Contained No outside evidence of dangerous condition or "all-clear". Arms extended outward and down at a 45 degree angle. Arms moved inward below waistline simultaneously until wrists crossed, then extended outward to starting position (umpire s "safe" signal). Night same with wands. REVISION 0 10

13 MD-80 SERIES ARFF Reference Material REVISION 0 11

14 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS MD-80 SERIES REVISION 0 12

15 EMERGENCY RESCUE DOOR ACCESS MD-80 SERIES REVISION 0 13

16 AFT AIRSTAIR ACCESS 1. Viewing Window 2.Passenger Aft Door Handle - Exterior 3.Aft Cabin Door Light (amber) 4.Aft Stairway Door Light (amber) 5.Stairway Light Switch 6.Stairway Control Handle - Exterior Moving handle (6) to OPEN extends the stairway. If hydraulic power is not available, the stairs will free fall into position. If handle resistance is encountered and no stairway operation is observed: 1.Move handle (6) to CLOSED then to OPEN 2.Release Handle (will return to center position when released) MD-80 SERIES REVISION 0 14

17 TAILCONE JETTISON The tailcone of the MD-80 can be jettisoned externally by pulling the emergency handle located on the right side of the tail of the aircraft. Pulling the handle releases the tailcone, allowing it to fall free of the tail, and deploys the passenger escape slide. Caution: Assure area directly underneath the tailcone is clear of all ARFF personnel prior to pulling handle. Once tailcone is jettisoned and the slide is deployed, DO NOT LOWER THE AIRSTARS during an evacuation until all passengers and crew have exited the aircraft. The emergency walkway utilizes the airstar as the floor during an evacuation utilizing the escape slide. MD-80 SERIES REVISION 0 15

18 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION 16 FIRST CLASS / 124 MAIN CABIN SEATING CONFIGURATION MD-80 REVISION 0 16

19 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS MD-80 SERIES REVISION 0 17

20 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS MD-80 SERIES REVISION 0 18

21 BATTERY LOCATIONS MD-80 SERIES REVISION 0 19

22 INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK REVISION 0 20

23 BOEING ARFF Reference Material REVISION 0 21

24 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS 737 SERIES REVISION 0 22

25 EMERGENCY RESCUE DOOR ACCESS 737 SERIES REVISION 0 23

26 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION 16 FIRST CLASS / 144 MAIN CABIN SEATING CONFIGURATION TYPICAL CONFIGURATION 737 SERIES REVISION 0 24

27 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS 737 SERIES REVISION 0 25

28 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS 737 SERIES REVISION 0 26

29 BATTERY LOCATIONS 737 SERIES REVISION 0 27

30 INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK REVISION 0 28

31 BOEING ARFF Reference Material REVISION 0 29

32 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS REVISION 0 30

33 EMERGENCY RESCUE DOOR ACCESS REVISION 0 31

34 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION 16 FIRST CLASS / 160 MAIN CABIN SEATING CONFIGURATION TYPICAL CONFIGURATION REVISION 0 32

35 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS REVISION 0 33

36 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS REVISION 0 34

37 BATTERY LOCATIONS SERIES REVISION 0 35

38 INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK REVISION 0 36

39 BOEING 767 SERIES ARFF Reference Material REVISION 0 37

40 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS 767 SERIES REVISION 0 38

41 EMERGENCY RESCUE DOOR ACCESS 767 SERIES REVISION 0 39

42 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION ( ER) 10 FIRST CLASS / 30 BUSINESS / 128 MAIN CABIN SEATING CONFIGURATION TYPICAL CONFIGURATION ER REVISION 0 40

43 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION ( ER) 30 BUSINESS / 195 MAIN CABIN SEATING CONFIGURATION TYPICAL CONFIGURATION ER REVISION 0 41

44 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS 767 SERIES REVISION 0 42

45 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS 767 SERIES REVISION 0 43

46 BATTERY LOCATIONS 767 SERIES REVISION 0 44

47 BOEING 777 SERIES ARFF Reference Material REVISION 0 45

48 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS 777 SERIES REVISION 0 46

49 EMERGENCY RESCUE DOOR ACCESS 777 SERIES REVISION 0 47

50 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION ( ) 16 FIRST CLASS / 37 BUSINESS / 194 MAIN CABIN SEATING CONFIGURATION REVISION 0 48

51 EMERGENCY EXIT & EQUIPMENT LOCATION ( ) 8 FIRST CLASS / 52 BUSINESS / 250 MAIN CABIN SEATING CONFIGURATION REVISION 0 49

52 FORWARD OVERHEAD CREW REST AREA ( ONLY) Unique to the B are two overhead crew rest areas, one located in the front of the aircraft assigned to the flight deck crew, the other located in the rear of the aircraft assigned to the cabin crew. The forward crew rest area is accessible via a staircase located adjacent to the 1L entry door. This rest area consists of two seating areas, two crew bunks, emergency equipment, intercom handset and one emergency escape hatch. Emergency egress is accomplished by opening the hatch, lowering the over head cargo bin, and then exiting out of the compartment into the first class cabin. Escape Hatch Operation: 1. Lift cover (located forward of RH Seat Area) 2. Push down on lever 3. Lower hatch 4. Utilize grab bar and lower self into first class cabin REVISION 0 50

53 AFT OVERHEAD CREW REST AREA ( ONLY) The Aft crew rest area is accessible via a staircase located adjacent to the 5L entry door. This rest area consists of a common area, eight crew bunks emergency equipment, intercom handset and one emergency escape hatch. Emergency egress is accomplished by opening the hatch, lowering the over head cargo bin, and then exiting out of the compartment into the rear of the main cabin. Escape Hatch Operation: 1.Remove bedding on bunk 6 2.Lift hatch cover 3.Pull handle and release 4.Door will lower into position 5.Utilize step and lower self into main cabin REVISION 0 51

54 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS 777 SERIES REVISION 0 52

55 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS 777 SERIES REVISION 0 53

56 BATTERY LOCATIONS 777 SERIES REVISION 0 54

57 AIRBUS A321 REVISION 0 55

58 AIRCRAFT GENERAL A321 SERIES REVISION 0 56

59 EMERGENCY EVACUATION SLIDES A321 SERIES REVISION 0 57

60 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS A321 SERIES REVISION 0 58

61 EMERGENCY RESCUE DOOR ACCESS A321 SERIES REVISION 0 59

62 FWD AND AFT CARGO DOOR CONTROLS A321 SERIES REVISION 0 60

63 APU ACCESS DOOR A321 SERIES REVISION 0 61

64 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS A321 SERIES REVISION 0 62

65 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS A321 SERIES REVISION 0 63

66 WHEEL/BRAKE OVERHEAT A321 SERIES REVISION 0 64

67 BRAKE OVERHEAT AND LANDING GEAR FIRE A321 SERIES REVISION 0 65

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