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"Standard calls should be performed in accordance with the defined PF-PNF/PM task sharing (i.e., task sharing for hand flying vs. abnormal/emergence condition)."
Don't understand this sentence, would be grateful if someone could explain it
There are also variations on what is called and when depending on whether the autopilot is engaged or not, and tasks may be delegated in abnormal/emergency situations. For example, in manual flight when a heading change is to be made our SOP's state that the PF
will call the heading to be set 'set heading 010 (degrees)' and the PM
will set it and announce 'heading 010 (degrees) set'. If the autopilot was engaged then the PF
would set the heading and then announce 'heading 010 (degrees) set'. In an emergency situation, there are various checklists that need to be carried out and in the event of carrying out a Quick Reference Handbook the PF
may call 'QRH actions XX, My radios'. The PF
will then fly the aircraft and carry out radio calls while announcing any changes (if he deems it appropriate) to flight modes, headings or altitudes allowing the PM
to carry out the QRH checklist. The PM
will call out every line of the checklist and when/if appropriate confirm with the PF
before carrying out the required action.