This section of the Emergency Procedures & Equipment section of this site describes and illustrates the systems and equipment which were essential to the safety and evacuation of both the passengers and crew during adverse operational emergency conditions such as:
Emergency Landings, Ditching, Crash Landing and includes equipment such as Life-rafts, life Jackets, Escape Ropes and slides.
This section deals with the two emergency oxygen systems. These are essential to the safety of both the passengers and crew during adverse operational emergency conditions, such as Rapid Cabin Depressurization and Emergency Descent.
This section deals with engine emergencies, such as Engine Fire, Overheat or severe damage, Four Engine Flame Out above Mach 1.2 and Four Engine Flame Out below Mach 1.2
Hydraulic System Emergency Procedures
This section deals with hydraulic system emergencies, such as Low Hydraulic Pressure at the Flying Controls
Landing Gear Emergency Procedures
This section deals with landing gear emergencies, such as landing with abnormal landing gear configuration