What does the "Smoke and Fume Checklist" for the Airbus 320 series look like?
Is it a printed item or is it on the ECAM screen?
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It depends on where the smoke is detected (if automatically detected). The following abnormal procedures exist:
The checklists 1, 2, 3 have the corresponding ECAM message automatically triggered when smoke is detected, while the checklist 4 is a long checklist which guides the pilot in identifying the source of the smoke and taking the necessary actions (and has no corresponding ECAM message).
Checklist 1 instructs the pilots to close the air isolation valve and discharge the agent(s).
Checklist 2 instructs the pilots to
punch the guy smoking in the toilette contact the cabin crew.
Checklist 3 instructs the pilots to perform the relevant part of Checklist 4.