UJPT BIFP-09 & E2-C2 BIFP-05
Sg 1, fr 2
Sg 1, fr 1
-33 -34 -35 -
-1- 2 - 3- 4
Turn and Slip Indicator Failure
Pitot Static Malfunctions
AOA Indicator Failure
The following presentation assumes a single aircraft with functioning radios and
transponder. If you are able to summon a wingman or make a lead change,
you can greatly reduce the problems encountered with an instrument failure.
Remember that if you lose any primary navigation of pitot static instruments on
an IFR flight, you are required to notify ATC.
You should cross-check any suspect instrument indication with the other
cockpit if you are flying dual.
SAHRS Failure 22.214.171.124.7.2
"OFF" flags in ADI and HSI
"Control AUG" caution light
"Master Alert" caution light
NOTE: Control AUG, Master Alert, and tone indications appear only when
flaps are 1/2 or full down, and less than 217 KIAS.