Landing gear down – not indicating locked
The PIC will brief the Purser on the situation and have all FAs prepare for an emergency landing. The Purser will brief other FAs. Time permitting, the PIC will make an announcement or delegate the duty to the Purser.
Flight attendants should expect the following:
- Engines will shut down after landing and the aircraft has stopped.
- If gear does not collapse, appropriate ground locks will be installed as soon as possible before continuing on.
- If gear does collapse, evacuate only on the PIC’s command.
- Be alert to unusual aircraft attitude. Slide angle may too steep on one side of the aircraft, or too high on both sides if nose gear collapses, upon inflation of slide. Assess conditions and be prepared to redirect as necessary.