Emergency Exit Row Policy
PC-12 EMERGENCY EXITS
Unlike other aircraft, the PC-12 has 3 Emergency Exits;
One (1) Passenger/Crew Door located at the front of the aircraft.
One (1) Over-Wing Emergency Exit located at Seat 2A.
One (1) Cargo Door located in the rear of the aircraft.
EMERGENCY EXIT QUALIFICATIONS
Passengers sitting in an Exit Seat Must;
Have sufficient mobility, strength or dexterity in both arms and hands, and both legs to:
Reach upward, sideways, and downward to the location of emergency exit.
Grasp and push, pull, turn, or otherwise manipulate those mechanisms.
Push, shove, pull, or otherwise open emergency exits.
Lift out, hold, deposit, on nearby seats, or maneuver over the seat backs to the next row, objects the size and weight of over-wing exit doors.
Remove obstructions similar to size and weight of over-wing exit doors, all while maintaining balance.
Be able to read and understand instructions related to emergency evacuation provided by Rocky Mountain Airways in printed or graphic form or the ability to understand oral crewmember commands.
Have sufficient visual capacity to perform one or more of the applicable functions without the assistance of visual aids beyond contact lenses or eyeglasses.
Have sufficient aural capacity to hear and understand instructions shouted by crewmembers without assistance beyond a hearing aid.
Have the ability to adequately impart information orally to other passengers.
Not have a nondiscernible condition that might prevent them from performing these functions.
Not require the use of a mobility device.
Wish to perform these actions.
Be at least 15 years of age.