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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE

Q.R.G

P.T. GARUDA INDONESIA

QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
Preface

PREFACE
The contents of this booklet are compiled from many books and/or Manuals in the cockpit as well as
outside cockpit for frequent used by pilots in the cockpit. And it is far from perfect but still it is useful –
at least for this moment – for pilots especially for two-men operations.
Of course to many pilots, the contents of this booklet is not new (especially B747- 400 pilots) but it will
take time for them to find a specific information in the Jeppesen Manual for example in a limited time,
space and lightings in the cockpit during night flight.
It is our idea to call this booklet as it is to make quick and easy access for us and we realized as we
begin the work to compile this booklet that it may contain misspelled words, incorrect sentences etc.
Company BOM, AOM, DDG (MEL) and other official Manuals are always overriding this booklet.
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Finally we would like to ask your attention to keep this booklet always in the cockpit; the take-over
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We as pilots should always do our best to fly safe in efficient way.
“ Pilots are men who start out knowing a great deal about very little thing and go on learning
more and more until they know everything about nothing.”

Jakarta, November 10, 2006.
BOEING 747 - 400
Chief Pilot

Capt. Marsjad Ibnu Marto

B747-400 QRG
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01 DEC 2010

Amendment No.5 to GARUDA QRG B747-400 .



Please find attached the following amendments to your copy of the above mention QRG.
Please insert this Amendment Letter in front of your QRG B747-400.
Check that you have received the previous amendment.
Any question with respect to this manual or information contained here in shall be directed to :
 For Technical or Procedural contents to: CGKOFSGA (Chief Pilot B747-400 ),
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FLIGHT OPERATION DEPARTEMENT
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Deputy Technical Pilot B747-400

Capt. Marsjad Ibnu Marto
Chief Pilot B 747-400

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. . . Take Off Speed. . . Stockholm Radio . . Approach Angle) . Low Temperature Altitude Correction . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Low Pressure Altitude Correction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . Company Channel & Weather Info. . . . Maximum Climb Thrust %N1. Standard Piloting Limitations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Performance Factors (FMS – CDU) . . . . . . . Performance In-flight. . . . . . . . . . . . 56 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ICAO – ATS Airspace Classification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Flying with Unreliable Airspeed / Altitude . . . . . . . . . 45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 18 Dimensions (Aircraft General) . . . . . . . . 44 Vertical Speed (Glide Slope vs. . . . . All Engine Climb Gradient (G/S vs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Holding Procedure. . . . 43 43 . . . . . . .11-4) . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Oxygen. .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. . . . . . 4 Cold Weather / Low Visibility . . . . 43 . . . 47 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 . . BOM. . . Temperature Conversion ( C  F) . . 53 Pre Departure Clearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Observer Seat Briefing Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36. FRG OVERRIDING 747-400 QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE CONTENTS: Contents. . . . . . . . . . 14 . . . . . 26 Modify Procedure (DDG 02. . . 1 . . . . . . . 6 Hold Overtime . . . . . . . . . . . 25 System Operations (Abnormal Engine Start) . . . . . . . . . 13 . . B747. . . . . . . . List of Fuel Supplier . . Date : 01 JUN 10 Issue : 4 . . .400 QRG . . . . . . . 43 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Conversion (Multiplication Factors) . . . . . . Limitations . . Rate of Climb) . . . . . . Runway Report (SNOWTAM) Code. . . . . . . 42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 . . . . . 52 Alternate HLM procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : -1- 59 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

95 Bali ATIS Singapore Radio H+(20-25) & (50-55) 126.25 * Beijing PEK .90 131. 13282 131.80 WX Info from: Hongkong ATIS Hongkong Volmet Hongkong H + (15-20) & (45-50) “Gapura Cengkareng “Garuda Operation” “Echo Alpha” (Flt Monitoring) ―Mike Oscar‖ (Maint) ―Garuda Operation‖ 128.00 5 129.OEDF * Jakarta Soekarno – Hatta CKG – WIII WX Info from: * Jeddah JED – OEJN Date : 01 JUN 10 Issue : 4 B747. 6676. 8828.95 131.05 *Hongkong HKG – VHHH “Jardine Airways” 131.95 WX Info from: Polonia ATIS Jakarta Volmet 126.95 131.20 338 (NDB) H24 2863.20 . BOM.95 8996.ZBAA * Denpasar DPS – WADD WX Info from: *Dammam DMM .80 2965.10 WX Info from: Bangkok ATIS Bangkok Radio H+(10-15) & (40-45) “Air China Dispatcher” 127.00 128. Sukarno Hatta ATIS Jakarta Volmet Singapore Radio H + (20-25) & (50-55) “Attar Jeddah” 126.20 6676.OEMA * Medan MES – WIMM Jeddah ATIS ―Medina Operation‖ 126. FRG OVERRIDING COMPANY CHANNEL & WEATHER INFORMATION STATION COMP.CHANNEL & CALL SIGN FREQUENCY * Bangkok BKK – VTBS “Thai Dispatch” 135.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.85 128. 11387 Gapura Bali” 131.400 QRG SEQ 132.13384. 114. 6679. 11387 WX Info from: * Medina MED . 11387 Dammam ATIS 128.95 131.50 “Gapura Polonia” 131.25 6676.65 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : -2- .

400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : -3- . 113.30 * Sydney Kingsford Smith SYD – YSSY WX Info from: * Tokyo NRT – RJAA 131.25 127.65 2863.00 WX Info from: Incheon ATIS 128.80 / 130.11387 H24 131. FRG OVERRIDING * Riyadh RUH – OERK WX Info from: * Seoul ICN – RKSI Riyadh ATIS ― Korean Air ― Operation 127.65 2863. 6679 H24 8828.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.30 131. 11387 Sydney ATIS Sydney Volmet H + (00-05) & (30-35 “Garuda Operation” “JAL Operation” 126.25 127.85 * Singapore SIN – WSSS “CIAS Operation” 131.50 WX Info from: Singapore ATIS Singapore Radio H + (20-25) & (50-55) “Qantas Sydney” 128.20 Narita ATIS * Shanghai VPG – ZAPD ―Donghai‖ 128.50 WX Info from: Shanghai ATIS 127. 13282 H24 129.70 WX Info from: -o0o- Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.75 131.15 .75 WX Info from: Narita ATIS Fukuoka Volmet Tokyo H+(10-15) & (40-45) 128.65 128. 13282 H24 Taipei TPE-RCTP China Airlines 131. 6679 H24 8828.60 6676. BOM.25 2965(NotSSB) H24 6676.

Long range.Weather (TAFOR / METAR) of all airports in Europe are available for pilots upon request using one of the above frequencies.550.550.After using this facility. Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.21).Long range .Medium range . (62. (62.Long range . FRG OVERRIDING STOCKHOLM RADIO Post Address : PO Box 41242 SE .1889.Long range .21). Sweden Telephone Telefax Telex AFTN SITA : : : : : + 46-8 6017910 + 46-8 6017969 12426 STORDO S ESKRYFYX STO OOYF Stockholm Radio can be requested:  to provide for a phone patch connection to  FLIGHT FOLLOWING CKGOGWGA phone nr.1909 fax nr.21)-550.Medium / Long range .1879  CGKOFSGA phone nr.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : -4- . .13128 Necks strand.7229. Notes: .1823. (62.Radio check and SELCAL check are free of charge.Short range . the pilots are requested to make a log / note in the AFL . (62.Any urgent messages (Operational) can be sent to appropriate address on company’s charge. 550.1284  to relay via telex to CGKOFGA or via SITA.Medium / Long range . 550. 550.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. Stockholm Radio Frequencies : 3493 5541 kHz kHz 8930 kHz 11345 13342 17916 23210 kHz kHz kHz kHz (night) H24 (day) (night) H24 (day) (night) H24 H24 H24 (day) (day only) .1013  CGKOFGA phone nr.Short / Medium range .21). BOM.550. GARUDA ACARS TELEX Utilizing the cockpit ACARS the Flight Crew is able to send telex / message to B744 Chief Pilot (CGKOFSGA) via address JKTEOGA. .

QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.: Aircraft : ― STOCKHOLM RADIO (3X). THIS IS INDONESIA 981 POSITION AT 12 SOUTH 108. THIS IS INDONESIA 981‖ Operator : ― INDONESIA 981.1823‖ When the call is answered Operator : ― THIS IS STOCKHOLM RADIO. proceed with SELCAL check)  To relay message through phone patch to Garuda Operation Center (Flight Following): e. I HAVE INDONESIA 981 STANDING BY. YOU MAY GO AHEAD AND CALL THE FLIGHT‖ Garuda Operation : ― INDONESIA 981 THIS IS GARUDA OPERATION GO AHEAD‖ --oo0oo— Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.‖ (When reply come i n.5- .: ― STOCKHOLM RADIO (3X). BOM.53 EAST RADIO CHECK HOW DO YOU READ. FRG OVERRIDING Phone Patch Connection  Flight crew should initially determine the aircraft position and time of the day in reference to Stockholm Radio Propagation forecast chart for selecting an optimum frequency before radio check or relay message to Garuda Operation Center (Flight Following).400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .1899. OR 550.7229. SATND BY ‖ ― INDONESIA 981 REQUERT PHONE PATCH WITH GARUDA OPERATION 062-21-550. OR 550. STOCKHOM RADIO GO AHEAD‖ Aircraft : Operator : ― INDONESIA 981 STOCKHOLM RADIO ROGER.  e.q.q.

5 SM)  Lowest VIS for F/O to Take-off  For lower than Standard Take-off Minima Refer to B. 2.Prepare T/O Data for WET runway. BOM.1.Prepare T/O Data accordingly.12.1.FRG 1. Check Wx minima for T/O and Ldg at Departure Apt.5 .5. Decide Total Fuel on Board.BOM 3.6) I.9.1.) . FRG OVERRIDING COLD WX OPERATION / LOW VISIBILITY (AOM II 2.  CONTAM Rwy if contamination is between: 3 .06 * TAKE-OFF PERFORMANCE ON CONTAMINATED RUNWAY:  WET Rwy if contamination is less than: 3 mm Slush/ Standing water 5 mm Wet Snow 15 mm Dry Snow . NO deration. 4.2. STANDARD TAKE-OFF MINIMA TDZ RVR or Visibility Mid RVR Roll out RVR Remark VR 750m (2400ft) Advisory (if reported) Advisory (if reported)  Use Mid if TDZ RVR is Inop VIS 800m (1. Alternates and En-route Alternate. 1.1 . 5.1.4. 4).2)  Date : 01 JUN 10 Issue : 4 B747.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.2 -07 p3. 1.Full T/O Power.12 mm Slush/ Standing water 5 . PREFLIGHT * Flight Planning - Check Weather FORECAST/METAR for Departure.2)  NO TAKE OFF if contamination is more than: 12 mm Slush/ Standing water 25 mm Wet Snow 100 mm Dry Snow (AOM III 4.100 mm Dry Snow .7 . Destination. including extra / prolonged taxiing Confirm crew qualification.5 p2.4.1. (AOM III 4.1.2 -4. (AOM III 4. (AOM III 4.M 3.6- .O.25 mm Wet Snow 15 .400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . .T/O Power deration is permissible.

Avoid thrust in excess of idle as far as possible. Silent push-back . Before flight ensures the airplane is free from ice & snow. AOM II 2.1-04 p2.5. . . AOM II 2.5. . Ref. . Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.Anti-ice. Cold soak engine. Keep in contact with ground engineer before and during de-icing airplane. Ice & Snow removal.-05 p3 NACELLE ANTI – ICE…………………………………. AOM II 2.1 -06 p3) . to AOM II 2. General reviews for engine start during cold weather and the use of Nac. * Aircraft Handling - Before Engine Starting: STABILIZER……………………………………………… FULL NOSE DOWN - Push back & engine starting. Consider: Slippery surface.. Adjust taxi speed and distance from preceding traffic. Stabilizer selections etc.5. Delay TAXI-OUT checklist .ON - - NOTE: If aircraft deicing required after all engines running): FLAPS… … … … … … UP THRUST LEVER … … … … CLOSED … … ON NACELLE ANTI ICE… … PACKS … … … … … … OFF APU … … … … … … OFF (One minute after completion of deicing) PACKS (ALL)… … … … … NORMAL (one by one) Before Taxi Out STABILIZER ……………………………………………… FULL NOSE UP then SET for T/O Taxi-Out (AOM II 2. 2.5. .3. Avoid sharp turn on slippery/slush covered surface to prevent nosewheel-skidding especially when Low Gross Weight. Review flight controls operation including Flaps.2. to AOM II 2. Double chocks (in front & behind) the wing-wheel . .7) table may be found on this guide. BOM. All engines stabilized for 2 mins before open thrust.2-01 p1 .1 - Prefer to use APU bleed air for air cond. Nice to know: One step de-icing. packs rather than ground equipment. Two-step de-icing. oil press may be slow to rise. .7- . Air condition pack operation should be optimized to keep convenient cabin temp.3. Ref. Beware of cross wind especially on narrow taxiway. FRG OVERRIDING II. Anti-icing the aircraft.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . Hold over time (BOM 3.5. . Use normal start procedures.1 -12 p6 . Engine starting after push back.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.1 -05 . IN FLIGHT OPERATION * Preparation.1.

Complete ―TAXI OUT‖ checklist. Hands lift. FRG OVERRIDING When approaching Rwy Holding Point or “line-up” position: - FLAPS ………………………………………………. then SELECT 20 FLIGHT CONTROL………………………………… CHECKED FULL TRAVEL SPOILER …………………………………………… CHECKED. . PF PM PF After 30 seconds PM PF : ―RUN UP COMPLETED‖ : ―TAKE-OFF‖ and Press TOGA Notes: Whenever NAC anti-ice is ON. Observe Cross & Tail wind limitation (AOM II 2. Line-Up & Run-Up.3. . . Line-up . : Open Thrust Levers: ―RUN UP‖.1 –07) . . : Set the thrust to at least 60% N1. then ―SET‖ and timing. Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. (AOM II 2.4.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. : Hold Thrust Levers. . engines run up is required prior to T/O. 30. Ref.8- .8. - Follow yellow line.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . PF ensures the tiller remain neutral and PM holds the control until ground speed 40 kts (AOM II 2.3).12).1). BOM. Do not make sharp turn. AOM II 2. PF: ―BEFORE TAKE-OFF‖ CHECKLIST Complete ―BEFORE TAKE OFF‖ checklist.3 p 1-2 Run-up Crew coordination: (AOM II 2.12 -2. TO/GA may directly be activated from 60% N1. Take Off.4.EXTEND then RETRACTED) PF:‖TAXI-OUT CHECKLIST‖ .5. Looking outside. Consider run-up symmetric engines if the airplane is skidding. (UP.

. Climb. Note: Prolonged flight in Moderate / Severe icing with N1 below 70% and/or Fan icing suspected (by Eng.Cruise at High altitude above Tropopause .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. good surface. Mod-Heavy rain . (FRG 5. FRG OVERRIDING Wind limitation . Holding - Flight in holding pattern should be in the clean config. . ie.5.5.8.page to provide point of descent (T/D) correction.7).850 . Canopy static etc. .9- . clear air turbulence (CAT). BOM.820 – M. Avoid areas where icing with expected severe turbulence.Freezing Rain / Drizzle? The take-off is only permitted under certain condition.4.3). If encountering turbulence: .1. Icing condition: TAT 10 deg C or below and visible moisture. Drizzle on dusty rwy . (AOM II 2. IGNITION P/B: ON .CONT. Wing Anti-Ice (WAI) is only effective with LE flaps retracted.When Braking Action is POOR. BOM 3.1). (FRG 5. the take-off is prohibited or SCD (AOM II 2. Cruise and Descent.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . Icing.Wind Tail Wind 25 kt 5 kt 15 kt 5 kt 5 kt 0 .12) Enter the altitude where TAT is required ON to the VNAV DESC page at the LSK-1 R at the FORECAST. as long as practicable.1-08). (AOM II 2. vibration).1-07) . Freezing rain . Slush / snow / ice covered rwy .Turbulence speed: M. Snow / Ice but sanded rwy .Weather phenomena of high altitude during winter. Wet.5.Exposure to Ozone (O3) concentration and their effect to human body especially during winter. (Ref. Nice to know: . full protection for icing condition Is provided. . Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.Jet stream.1). (AOM II 2.1). increase thrust to 70 % N1 or more for 30 second every 10 minutes. Braking Action GOOD MEDIUM POOR Runway Condition X . Standing water Notes: .(AOM II 2. With Nacelle and Wing Anti-ice in AUTO.

CAT I 200 ft 600 m - - 800 m CAT II 100 ft *350 m 175 m 175 m - * CAT III A Fail passive 50 ft 300 m 125 m 125 m - * CAT III A Fail opersnl 20 ft 200 m 125 m 125 m - 20 ft 125 m 75 m 75 m - 75 m 75 m 75 m - *CAT III B Fail opersnl (with DH) * CAT III B Fail opersnl (No DH) 0 * CAT III .1) - ―Noise Abatement‖ procedures will automatically not in force when the weather is lower than CAT I.3. Crew coordination. .3.1.2.6) - Observe the Weather Minima for CAT II. The Crew Briefing should include the crew coord. BOM. (BOM 3.10 - .1) Decision Type of Height Appr&Land ( DH )HAT Runway Visual Range ( RVR ) A B C Vis. (AOM II. BOM 3. MCCP (Manual Crew Coordination Procedure) is compulsory for all NonPrecision approach/landing.BOM.5). - Crew qualification for Low Visibility Appr. AOM II 2./Ldg: CAT II. (AOM II 2.5 p 8. as required.2.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. Approach & Landing. FRG OVERRIDING Approach Crew Briefing - To be completed before commencing descent. - Complete ―APPROACH CHECKLIST‖ Weather Minima (BOM 3.10 . ACCP (Automatic Crew Coordination Procedure) is compulsory for all CAT II/III approach/landing. Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.9.Minima is derived from GIA .400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .

5.Minima as necessary. . If Autobrakes is inoperative. but transition to idle-reverse should be halted at 50% N1 and at safe taxi speed return to forward idle. Set DH (Decision Height) on upper right of the PFD as stated RA on the CAT II approach chart .11 - .5) Note: Any failure of a system requiring extra attention during approach or landing.5. (AOM II 2.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . Set MDA/ DA (Min. (AOM 2. (AOM II 2. . Auto-land is recommended if the weather conditions are below 500 ft HAA / 2500 m. CAT II / III Operation. .3.1) Braking Action: Good/Dry Good Head wind 25 kt Cross wind Tail wind Med Poor 25 kt 25 kt 25 kt 25 kt 25 kt 15 kt 5 kt 10 kt 10 kt 5 kt 0 Landing run .3).Decision Altitude) on the lower right of the PFD as stated DA/MDA of the ILS approach chart.5 p5. (Normal Checklist). FRG OVERRIDING Type of landing.6). Auto brakes selection 3 or 4. precludes CAT II / III operation.1-10). (AOM II 2. AOM II 2. WIND limitation. (AOM II 2.3. Calculate the Required Landing Distance and apply correction accordingly and check the runway length available.8.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. Review Minimum Airplane Equipment and reset the Appr. . (Rounding up to upper ten feet). .  Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.8. manual braking should be used. Auto Go-around is compulsory. (AOM II 2. .3. - . . Auto-land is compulsory if the weather condition is below CAT I. BOM. .5 -22). Observe Surface Wind Limitation.1 -10 p 5. For CAT II / III operation the use of autoland is mandatory. Reverse on landing is normal.

Nice to know: Snowtam.5). Beware of the snow banks. -=o0o=dhg Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. . Maintain this condition to allow inspection of flaps mechanism by ground engineer.12 - . Runway report and/or MOTNE.9). See other page of this QRG. use reverser normally. After touch down. Taxi speed should be well below 10 kts especially during tight turn to prevent nose-wheel skidding on slippery surface. FRG OVERRIDING Autoland . keep straight by rudder. . Vacate the runway safely and not too hurry. . BOM. Advice the ground mechanic to provide double chocks in front & rear of the nosewheel when the surface is slippery. Start the APU when approaching the parking gate. Slush (FRG 1. .400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . otherwise keep the parking-brake on.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. . Retract flaps to 25 after landing on slush/ice-covered runway. If the airplane swing inadvertently. Need more concentration to keep in centerline. . Keep cabin temperatures as warm as convenient. END.(FRG 1. if any along the runway edges. Taxi in and Parking. returns all reversers to idle reverse. Prefer to use inboard-engine reverser. possibility for a successful start is greater than starting just after landing.

a moderate snow fall approximately 9 to 12 minutes.55 0:20-0:55 0:15-0:40 0:05-0:15 0:20-0:45 0:15-0:30 0:05-0:15 0:15-0:35 0:15-0:25 0:30-0:55 0:15-0.400 QRG :12 :15 LIGHT Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .30 0:20-0:40 0:20-0:45 0:10-0. or jet blast may reduce holdover time below the lowest time stated in range. the holdover time is 6 to 15 minutes. CAUTION: Times of protection will be shortened in heavy weather conditions. 0 The freeze point (FP) of Type I fluid mixture must be at least 10 C below OAT TYPE I 0AT 0 C Above 0 0 to -10 Below-10 TYPE II Above 0 0 to -3 below -3 to -14 below -14 to -25 below -25 Above 0 TYPE IV VOL% NEATFLUID WATER 0 to -3 below -3 to -14 below -14 to -25 below -25 100/0 75/25 50/50 100/0 75/25 50/50 100/0 75/25 100/0 100/0 100/0 75/25 50/50 100/0 75/25 50/50 100/0 75/25 100/0 100/0 Approximate Holdover Time Under Various Weather Conditions-Hrs: minutes Freezing Freezing Light Freezing Rain on Cold 1 FROST Snow Fog Drizzle Rain Soaked Wing 0.25 No holdover 0:05-0:15 0:05-0:10 time 3 3 Guidelines 0:15-0:45 0:10-0:25 3 3 exist 0:15-0:30 0:10-0:20 Clear ice may require touch for 8:00 0:15-0:20 0:15-0:30 confirmation 0 Type II Fluid may be used below -25 C provided the freezing point of the fluid is at 0 least 7 below OAT and aerodynamic acceptance criteria are met.13 - . FRG OVERRIDING HOLD OVER TIME TABLES The tables for use in departure planning only. Consider use of Type I when Type IV can not be used NOTE: 1 During conditions that apply to the aircraft protection for overnight frost 2 Use light freezing rain holdover times if positive identification of freezing drizzle is not possible 0 3 The lowest use temperature of these holdover times is limited to -10 C CAUTION: Times of protection represented in above tables are for guidance & planning purposes only. Consider use of Type I when Type II can not be used 18:00 6:00 4:00 12:00 5:00 3:00 12:00 5:00 1:05-2:15 1:05-1:45 0:15-0:35 1:05-2:15 1:05-1:45 0:15-0:35 0:20-1:20 0:25-0:50 0:35-1:05 0:30-1:05 0:05-0:20 0:30-0:55 0:25-0:50 0:05-0:15 0:20-0:40 0:20-0:35 0:40-1:10 0:25-0:40 0:10-0:50 0:35-0:50 0:15-0:30 0:05-0:35 0:10-0:20 0:05-0:10 0:40-1:10 0:25-0:40 CAUTION : 0:35-0:50 0:15-0:30 No holdover 0:10-0:20 0:05-0:10 time 3 3 0:20-0:45 0:10-0:25 Guidelines 3 3 0:15-0:30 0:10-0:20 exist Clear ice may require touch for 12:00 0:15-0:40 0:15-0:30 confirmation 0 Type II Fluid may be used below -25 C provided the freezing point of the fluid is at 0 least 7 below OAT and aerodynamic acceptance criteria are met.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. Heavy precipitation rates or high moisture content. and should be used in conjunction with Pre-Takeoff Check procedure. OAT between 0 to -10 C and snowing. Holdover time may be reduced when aircraft skin temperature is lower than OAT EXAMPLE: 0 For Type I fluid. and light snow fall approximately 12 to 15 minutes. When holdover time exceeded.25 0:05-0:25 0:05-0:15 0:05-0:10 0:30-0:55 0:15-0. a Pre Takeoff Contamination Check is required. as illustrated by the following graph :06 Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 HEAVY :09 MODERATE B747.45 0:11-0:17 0:06-0:15 0:09-0:13 0:04-0-06 0:02-0:05 0:45 0:08-0:13 0:06-0:15 0:05-0:09 0:04-0-06 Clear ice confirmation 0:45 0:06-0:10 0:06-0:15 may require touch for 12:00 6:00 4:00 8:00 5:00 3:00 8:00 5:00 0:35-1:30 0:25-1:00 0:15-0:30 0:35-1:30 0:25-1:00 0:15-0:30 0:20-1:05 0:20-0. BOM. A heavy snow fall would have an approximate holdover time of 6 to 9 minutes. high wind velocity.30 CAUTION : 0:20-0:45 0:10-0.

001 MSL through 14.000 feet MSL 200 knots 6. However.000 to 20.000 feet 230 knots Above 14.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . at or below the maximum holding airspeed. & New York FIR) 14.000 feet MSL 230 knots (210 knots Washington D. Holding speeds in the FMC provide an optimum holding speed based upon fuel burn and speed capability. or if unable to comply with speeds listed in the following tables: ICAO Holding airspeeds (Maximum) Altitude Speed Through 14. FRG OVERRIDING HOLDING (FCTM Boeing 747-400 4. using flaps 1 maneuvering speed. Maintain clean configuration if holding in icing condition or in turbulence In extreme wind conditions or at high holding speeds.20) General Start reducing to holding airspeed 3 minutes before arrival time at holding fix so that the airplane crosses the fix. the defined holding pattern protected airspace may be exceeded.000 feet MSL 0. the holding pattern depicted on the map display will not exceed the limits.000 feet MSL 265 knots Above 34. but are never lower than flaps UP maneuvering speed. Holding Airspeed Advice ATC if an increase airspeed is necessary due to turbulence. BOM.000 to 34. if unable to accomplish any part the holding procedure.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.000 feet MSL 240 knots Above 20. holding may be conducted at flaps 1.C. initially.83 FAA Holding airspeeds (Maximum) Altitude Speed Through 6. If the FMC holding speed is greater than ICAO or FAA maximum holding speed.000 feet MSL and above 265 knots -=o0o=dhg Date : 01 JUN 10 Issue : 4 B747. Flaps 1 uses approximately10% more fuel than flaps UP.14 - .

 Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . BOM. MOTNE) Ref: JEPPESEN General Information – Meteorology Runway Report (if any) is reported in the form of 8 figures and located at the end part of a METAR. FRG OVERRIDING RUNWAY REPORT (SNOWTAM. Clearance Report and Special Report.e R/W Clearance. - Example: METAR EHAM 28/0510 ……230/04 600M R19R/500M R27/600M FOG SCT004 BKN0025 5/-2 1017 BCMG0545 1200M 19R490192 1 9 R 4 9 0 1 9 2 Runway designator ----------(Code A ) Type of deposit------------------------------(Code B ) Extent of contamination----------------------------(Code C ) Depth of Deposit---------------------------------------------------(Code D ) Braking effect / action -------------------------------------------------------------(Code E ) Special Cases : (Code F ) i. Report not updated.15 - .

08 = 8 mm. eg due to rwy clearance in progress.16 - . eg due to runway clearance in progress.  Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. 93 : 15 cm 20 cm . depth not reported Depth operationally not significant. 97 : 35 cm Runway not operational.90 92 94 96 99 / / : : : : : : : less than 1 mm the actual depth of deposit. : : : : : 10% or less runway covered 11% up to 25% ― ― 26% up to 50% ― ― 50% up to 100% ― ― Not reported. 95 : 25 cm 30 cm .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. Depth of Deposit ( Code D ) 6th and 7th figures 00 01. Extent of Contamination ( Code C ) 5th figure 1 2 5 9 /  : Rwy 19 L : Rwy 08 R : Rwy 27 C : All Runways at the airport : The previous report is repeated. eg. BOM.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . FRG OVERRIDING  R/W designator ( Code A ) 1st to 3rd figures 19L 08R 27C 88 99  Type of Deposit ( Code B ) 4th figure 0 1 2 3 4  : : : : Clear and dry Damp Wet and Water patches Rime or Frost covered (less than 1 mm) : Dry Snow 5 6 7 8 9 / : : : : : : Wet snow Slush Ice Compacted or Rolled snow Frozen ruts or ridges Not reported. 76 = 76 mm 10 cm .

this is reported as. --oo0oo– dhg Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.Report Not Updated : If Rwys are contaminated but reports are not updated. Runway not operational.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.Clearance Report : If contamination conditions have ceased.17 - . example: 1 4 / / 9 9 / / .400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . BOM. 0 5 means FC = 0.g. Special Cases ( Code F ) . ice etc. example: 1 4 C L R D / / for Rwy14 or 14L or 8 8 C L R D / / for all runways . example: 8 8 / / / / / / (for all runways) . this is reported as.Runway Clearance : When a Rwy is being cleared.Note : S N O C L O / / means the Aerodrome is closed due to snow. BA or FC not reported.37 - Reported as Braking Action (BA) 91 92 93 94 95 99 / /  means Braking Action ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― POOR MEDIUM / POOR MEDIUM MEDIUM / GOOD GOOD unreliable. eg in case of aquaplaning (hydroplaning). BA or FC not possible to asses or misleading. FRG OVERRIDING  Braking effect / action ( Code F ) 8th and 9th figures - Reported as Friction Coefficient (FC) 0 1 up to 9 0 means as FC report. this is reported as. e.05 3 7 means FC = 0.

57 m (max) 5..17 m Length: . .ground to bottom of outboard engine.Aircraft body axis to outboard engine axis… . … .ground to wing tip… … . … … 70.ground to upper deck floor.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .nose gear axle to body gear axle… … .90 m Height : .25 m 11.15 m (max) Width : .84 m -oO0Oodhg Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.1 DIMENSIONS.67 m 68.nose radome to body gear axle.39 m (max) 9.nose radome to rear end of fin tip. … .ground to winglet tip… … .ground to upper deck top….60 m 27.25 m (max) 3.Inboard eng.1. FRG OVERRIDING AIRCRAFT GENERAL AOM 1.nose radome to rear tip of the fuselage….ground to main deck floor… 19. .19 m 9.Body gear axles LH to RH… … … 11.36 m (max) … … … … … … … … … … … … … … Clearance: . … .58 m (max) 10.Wing gear axles LH to RH .36 m (max) 5.nose radome to nose gear axle.Aircraft body axis to inboard engine axis… .30 m 34.ground to bottom of inboard engine … … .ground to bottom of a/c (rear cargo) … … 1.11 m (min) 8.Horizontal stabilizer … … … … … 64.ground to bottom of a/c (forward cargo)… . Axis to outboard eng.94 m 21. … .43 m (max) 7.18 - .94 m 22.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. BOM..14 m (min) 3.82 m (min) 1.00 m 3..axis…… … .ground to fin tip… … … .Winglet tip to winglet tip … . … . Span : ..ground to main body top… ..60 m l7.

--o0o– dhg Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.Continuous Contin. Aircraft in flight : Continued normal engine operation is permitted as long as temperature remains within limits.Idle Continuous - - - T/O & GA 5 or 10 mins (2) 960C 117.5% 112.40C Normal range …………………………………… 65C -160C Caution range ……………………………………160C -175C Operating limit ……………………………………175C (Transient ops limit for max.5 lt. Maximum consumption …………………………………… 0.Duration Max. If temperature increases above limits. the engine must be shut down.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.inflt start Continuous 750C - - Multiple eng.5% 112. OIL TEMPERATURE - Minimum for starting …………………………… . During engine start oil pressure must be indicating by idle N2.Oil Press is 10 psi): .5% 112.15 mins). After selecting fuel on. OIL QUANTITY./hr OIL PRESSURE. Oil pressure varies directly with N2 RPM.inflt start Continuous 960C - - Minimum/Appr.17 POWER PLANT LIMITATIONS AND SYSTEM DATA Condition Max. FRG OVERRIDING B 747. - Minimum quantity (before engine start) ………………… 14 liters The difference between the lowest and the highest oil quantity indication may be 5 ltr maximum.Cruise Continuous 835C 117. 3.5% Max.InEmerg 925C 117. ACMS will record the duration and temperature values. BOM.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . Only in case of engine failure. Oil pressure in warning area / red indication.5% NOTE: 1.N1 Max. An AML entry of the events is required. (Min.400 LIMITATIONS AOM 2.19 - . 2.5% Max. If maximum EGT limits are exceeded.5% 112.5% Max.N2 Ground start (3) Continuous 750C - - Single eng.Climb Continuous 890C 117. Oil pressure in caution area (amber indication): .4.EGT(1) Max. Light up should occur within 25 sec. Engine must be shut down. Aircraft on the ground: Take-off not permitted .

400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. For Operational Limitation See page 27  Passenger System Oxygen bottles installed : 10 @ 114 cubic feet Minimum required cylinder pressure : 640 psi Maximum cylinder pressure : 1850 psi Temperature correction for each 1 above or below 21C (*) (See note at page 27) Note: 1. BOM. FREE FLOW SYSTEM (PK-GSG.20 - . PASSENGER ACTIVATED SYSTEM (PK-GSI) After oxygen masks deployed automatically during decompression. FRG OVERRIDING BOEING 747-400 OXYGEN REQUIREMENT  Cockpit Crew System Oxygen bottles installed : 2 @ 114 cubic feet. the oxygen will also available at the same time. PKGSH) After oxygen masks deployed automatically during decompression. 2. Minimum required cylinder pressure : 680 psi Maximum cylinder pressure : 1850 psi at 21 C Temperature correction for each 1 above or below 21 C (See note at page 27).  Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. the oxygen will flow / available ― when the mask is pulled‖ down.

BOM.200 1.100 26.800 15.700 14.000 9.500 14.900 Notes : AVAILABLE QUANTITY OF OXYGEN IN SYSTEM ( liters ) 10 cyl (bottles) 5 cyl (bottles) 7 cyl (bottles) 12.700 22.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.‖  Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.100 18.100 8.800 20.100 1.100 7.300 15. FRG OVERRIDING  PRESSURE to LITER conversion OXYGEN CYLINDER PRESS at 21 C psi 800 900 1.21 - .200 17.800 7.000 Garuda B747-400 Oxygen System consists of: 10 cylinders (bottles) @ 114 cubic-feet for Pax System.400 15.300 27.900 24.000 10.700 12.300 6.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .400 1.600 1.700 1. 2 cylinders (bottles) @ 114 cubic-feet for Cockpit System` This table is derived from Boeing Manual ―Flight Plan and Performance.300 19.700 11.600 13.300 9.500 21.900 19.500 29.900 13.500 1.300 1.900 11.600 14.800 31.000 1.500 12.700 22.500 8.100 17.200 13.800 1.

000 FT PRESSURE ALTITUDE.000 35.  Minimum Post Decompression Time (10 minutes) approximates direct descent to 10.000 FT OR BELOW DECOMPRESSION OCCUR AT ALTITUDE (FT) 31.000 21. ADJUSTMENT FOR LEVEL-OFF AT INTERMEDIATE ALTITUDE ABOVE 14.000 ft is 11 minutes.000 17.  Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.000 0:17 1:00 2:00 3:00 0:17 1:00 2:00 3:00 0:17 1:00 2:00 3:00 0:17 1:00 2:00 3:00 0:17 1:00 2:00 3:00 1020 1265 1715 2165 2040 2530 3430 4330 3060 3795 5145 6495 4080 5060 6860 8660 5100 6325 8575 10825 1160 1435 1885 2335 2280 2830 3730 4630 3400 4225 5575 6925 4520 5620 7420 9220 5640 7015 9265 11515 1340 1650 2100 2550 2620 3240 4140 5040 3900 4830 6180 7530 5180 6420 8220 10020 6460 8010 10260 12510 1525 1880 2330 2780 2965 3675 4575 5475 4405 5470 6820 8170 5845 7265 9065 10865 7285 9060 11310 13560  The Total Post Decompression Time include : Descent.000 39.PASSENGER ACTIVATED SYSTEM (PK-GSI) : NUMBER OF PERSON IN CABIN 100 200 300 400 500 TOTAL POST DECOMPRS TIME hrs / mins LITERS OXYGEN REQUIRED LITERS OF OXYGEN REQUIRED WHEN DESCEND TO 14. BOM. NUMBER OF OCCUPANT IN PAX CABIN 100 200 300 400 500 600 Note: ADDITIONAL OXYGEN REQUIRED Liter per minute above 14.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .000 ft.22 - .  Time to shut-down 90% masks at 14. Level-Off at Intermediate altitude and Flight at Final level-off altitude.000 18 123 198 288 36 245 395 540 54 368 593 793 72 490 790 1045 90 613 988 1298 108 735 1185 1550 30% cabin occupants using oxygen.000 43. FRG OVERRIDING .000 ft INTERMEDIATE PRESSURE ALTITUDE (Feet) 15.000 25.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.

000 FT * 14.000 FT ** 1 HR 2 HRS 3 HRS 1 HR 2 HRS 3 HRS LITERS REQUIRED 510 960 1410 1665 3185 4715 1020 1920 2820 3330 6370 9430 1530 2880 4230 4995 9555 14145 2040 3840 5640 6660 12740 18860 2550 4800 7050 8325 15925 23575 3060 5760 8460 9990 19110 28290 * 10% of occupants using oxygen.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .ALT.001 TO 15. 10.000 FT PRESS. ** 30% of occupants using oxygen.000 35.ALT.000 FT PRESS.CABIN 100 200 300 400 500 600 LITERS OF OXYGEN REQUIRED FOR POST DECOMPRESSION CRUISE ABOVE 10.000 1610 3120 4630 6140 7650 9160 .000 FT IN 10 MINUTES (MINIMUM FAA REQUIREMENT) 20.000 FT INTERMEDIATEPRESSURE ALTITUDE FT 17.000 25.000 43.CABIN 100 200 300 400 500 OXYGEN REQUIRED FOR HOLDING ABOVE 15.000 LITERS REQUIRED 990 1020 1160 1340 1525 1980 2040 2280 2620 2965 2970 3060 3400 3900 4405 3960 4080 4520 5180 5845 4950 5100 5640 6460 7285 5940 6120 6760 7740 8725 45.000 39. NUMBER OF OXYGEN MASKS IN PAX.ALT. PK-GSH) : LITERS REQUIRED NUMBER OF OXYGEN MASKS IN PAX.000 100 200 300 400 500 600 830 1660 2490 3320 4150 4980 PRESSURE ALTITUDE AT DECOMPRESSION 27.ADJUSTMENT FOR LEVEL-OFF AT INTERMEDIATE ABOVE 15.000 31.100 FT PRESS.000 LITERS PER MINUTES 130 205 295 260 410 555 390 615 815 520 820 1075 650 1025 1335 .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. NUMBER OF OCCUPANT IN PAX.001 TO 14.000 21. BOM. FRG OVERRIDING .FREE FLOW PASSENGER SYSTEM (PK-GSG.CABIN LITERS OF OXYGEN REQUIRED FOR DESCENT TO 10.OXYGEN REQUIREMENT FOR POST DECOMPRESSION CRUISE 10.  Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.23 - .

000 – 17. Flight Crew system oxygen requirements are the larger of protective breathing (Table 1) or sustenance requirements (Table 2).999 25. 3.000 ft: 10 MINUTES OPERATION LIMITATION (AOM II 2. 500 pax or less ……………….7) Minimum Oxygen Pressure for Dispatch (at 21C)  Cockpit Crew Oxygen: CGK ……………………………………….000 ft 25. BOM. Determine protective breathing requirements from Table 1.4.12.000 Regulator on ―NORMAL‖ or (100%) 0 (22) 0 (16) 1 (16) 3 (12) 4 (11) 0 (33) 0 (24) 1 (24) 4 (18) 6 (16) 0 (43) 0 (32) 2 (32) 5 (25) 8 (21) Table 3 Instructions: 1.000 – 25.7) CABIN ALT.8 man hours 8. Other stations: 2 or 3 cockpit crew…………… 4 cockpit crew ……………….  Passenger Oxygen: CGK……………………………………… Other stations: 200 pax or less ……………… 300 pax or less ………….000 to 14. NORMAL 100% OXY 22.Alt ( ft ) 8000 14.8 man hours 8.000 .000 to to to 13. Determine sustenance requirements for level-off at 14.  ENDURANCE SYSTEM Crew oxygen 1.4 man hours 18.000 ft from Table 2 and correct for level-off other than 14. FRG OVERRIDING .8 man hours With minimum pressure before departure.999 17.000 ft Total post decompression time (hr) 2 3 4 5 650 960 1260 1570 980 1440 1900 2360 1310 1920 2530 3150 Table 2 Additional liter req. in case of cabin depressurized & emergency descent from 43.…… 400 pax or less ……………….QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.000 ft 16.000 22. 2.001 18.800 psi Passenger Oxygen  (AOM II 2.999 21.000 ft Intermediate Press.000 ft using Table 3.2 man hours 13. Note: Correction should be applied 1500 psi 700 psi 875 psi 1650 psi 810 psi 1100 psi 1400 psi 1650 psi ADD 1% for each 3 C ABOVE 21 C SUBSTRACT BELOW --oo0oo– dhg Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. of crew Oxygen Reqrd ( ltr ) 2 680 3 1020 4 1340 Table 1 Oxygen required for Level-off at 14.24 - .FLIGHT CREW SYSTEM No.000 ft 13.4.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .1 man hours 5.7 man hours 4.000 – 21.each minutes held at intermediate altitude other than 14.000 ft 19.9 man hours 7.

. Checked Review of availability oxygen mask & its use ………………………………………. OBSERVER BRIEFING Remain silent during critical phase of flight ………………………………………… Checked Review use of seat belt and harness ………………………………………………. Checked Note : Observer need to refrain from distracting or interrupting the Flight Operation. FRG OVERRIDING OBSERVER SEAT BRIEFING CHECKLIST ADMISSION TO FLIGHT DECK FLIGHT DECK ADMISSION DOCUMENTS : Cockpit authorization by OF …………………………………………………………… Or Checked Request for access to aircraft by DGAC …………………………………………….400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .. PIC has final authorization to allow observer admission and Responsible to supervise of his/her behaviors. Manipulating with Flight Control. Checked Review of emergency assign exit door ……………………………………………… Checked Review of availability Life Vest & its use ……………………………………………. Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. Instruments or Circuit Breakers. Checked Review of extension or retraction of jump seat (if any) …………………………….25 - .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. BOM. Switches. Checked Note : Consider of safety. And any other behavior that might interfere the Operation securities.

When Right Utility bus power is restoreed.17-2  Prior to towing select the Hydraulic Demand Pumps 1 and 4 to AUTO. Procedure  In case of marginal operating electrical round unit:  Request Purser to switch MAIN Power OFF in all galeys. it will take approximately 10 minutes before the cabin video system is operatiive again Switching the Left Utility P/B OFF is not advisable. AOM 2. as cabin light will extinguis.4. Elllectrical load can then be reduced by switching the MAIN POWER P/B OFF in all galleys and then switching the Right Utility P/B OFF. For engine starting sufficient ground power must be available.g Fuel Pumps).  Start engine(s) (one by one)  Remove all equipment. Procedure completed. FRG OVERRIDING SYSTEM OPERATION / Power Plant AOM 2. Request Purser to switch the MAIN POWER ON in all galleys.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.  If applicable switch the Right Utility P/B ON.  For remaining engnine(s) start refer to Crossbleed Start Procedure. Date : 01 JUN 10 Issue : 4 B747. Before engine start.26 - .17-2. NOTE: With Right Utility P/B OFF.4. If pneumatic pressure drops below 20 psi during engine start.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .  Switch Right Utility P/B OFF  Complete the BEFORE STARTINGchecklist  Select all Pack Selectors OFF  Suply external pneumatic air. When towinig with a single engine running is required. This may require more than one ground cart.4. the remaining engines should be started according the Crossbleed Start Procedure. advise Cabin Attenants to switch the cabin light to nightlighting first.1 ENGINE START WITH EXTERNAL ELECTRICAL/PNEUMATIC POWER. the galley control panel lighs are extinguished and the cabin video system (Flight Safety) is not operationa. BOM. When switching OFF the Left Utility Bus is inevitable. The auto start feature of the EEC will guard against a possible hot or hung start that may result from the low duct pressure. select Hyd Demand Selectors 1 and 4 to AUTO prior to towing. several EICAS alarms will be displayed. with marginal operating electrical ground unit the EXT POWER may be trip to of line due to high load demand(e. Hydraulic Aux Pumps 1 and 4 are unusable due to unpowered Ground Handling Bus.17 2. The recommended pneumatic duct pressure is 30 psi with the start valve open (less 1 psi/1000 ft pressure altitude).2. AOM 2.

4.27 - .  Select one Pack ON  Start the remaining engine(s) one by one. FRG OVERRIDING SYSTEM OPERATION / Power Plant AOM 2. Procedure:  At least one engine should be started at the parking position. select the Hydraulic Pump Selectors 1 and 4 to AUTO prior to towing.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . AUX Pumps 1 and 4 are unusable due to unpower Ground Handling Bus. Date : 01 JUN 10 Issue : 4 B747. Procedure completed.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.2 CROSSBLEED START When towing with a single engine running is required. BOM.  Start the engines on the opposite of the running engine(s) to ensure pneumatic air in case of Tail Pipe Fire has to be performed.17 2.  Prior to towing select the DEMAND Pumps 1 and 4 to AUTO.

The light in the start switch will not illuminate.The affected start valve must be operated manually.4. EGT Maximum Start Indicator Engine stabilized ―ENGINE (…) disappeared and no engine STABILIZED‖ related EICAS alerts. If the ground engineer is unable to close the start valve manually.OFF ENGINE BLEED P/B ……….g. AOM . starter assist will not be available.) STARTTER VLV alert if displayed. Refer to Aborted Engine Start (Autostart Off) Procedure. start the affected engine first.  Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.17 2.13 ..4.ON SERV INTERPHONE……….e. FUEL CONTROL switch……RUN Start timing. .28 - .Unsatisfactory engine start are not automatically corrected.17-3). .ON SERV. Dispatch is not allowed. Procedure completed. X-BLD Indication not displayed. The airspeed should be high enough to allow a windmill start i.OFF Start the remaining engines after clearance from the ground engineer has been obtained. .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.4. PHASE Before starting affected engine CALL Start approval by ATC and ground engineer N2 rotation N2 reaches Fuel-On-Command Indicator EGT rising At 50% N2 N1 rotation ―OPEN START VALVE‖ (to ground engineer on interphone) ―N TWO‖ ―FUEL ON‖ ―LIGHT UP‖ ―CLOSE START VALVE‖ (to ground engineer on interphone) ―N ONE‖ ACTION / LIMITATION AUTOSTART P/B ………….Tailpipe Fire). . Within 25 seconds N1 rotation should be present when engine is stabilized.Whenever possible. the STARTER CUTOUT (…) alert will be displayed. Take action according ECL procedure. If an in-flight start becomes necessary. Disregard the ENG(.. . inform the ground engineer to keep the starter valve open until further command.4 OPERATION WITH ENGINE START VALVE UNSERVICEABLE This procedure shall be performed when the engine start valve fails to open or close pneumatically. (AOM 2.The procedure should be discussed with the ground engineer prior to start the engine. FRG OVERRIDING SYSTEM OPERATION / Power Plant AOM 2. ON START Switch ……………. 2.INTERPHONE SW….17-3. AUTOSTART P/B…………….400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .In case dry motoring is required (e. BOM. NOTE: 1.PULL ..

PULL FUEL CONTROL Switch …………….)― on interphone ―N TWO‖ ―FUEL ON‖ EGT rising N1 rotation ―LIGHT UP‖ ― N .Unsatisfactory engine starts are not automatically corrected.….Combined engine start is not allowed.29 - .400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .. FRG OVERRIDING SYSTEM OPERATION / Power Plant AOM 2. Within 25 seconds N1 rotation should be present when eng. BOM..ON Procedure completed.)STABILIZED‖ Repeated procedure if applicable Affected engine(s) stabilized START sw (. --o0o-dhg Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.. .5 OPERATION WITH AUTOSTART SYSTEM OFF .RUN Start timing.Start affected engine(s) first. Refer to Aborted Engine Start (Autostart Off) Procedure.17-3 PHASE Before starting affected engine(s) Start approval by ATC and ground engineer N2 rotation N2 reaches Fuel-OnCommand indicator CALL ACTION / LIMITATION AUTOSTART P/B …… OFF ―STARTING ENGINE (...4.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. END. stabilized EGT Maximum Start Indicator disappeared and no engine related EICAS alerts AUTOSTART P/B …….4..) ……. .17 2. AOM 2.ONE‖ Engine stabilized ―ENGINE (.

. . modify Non-Normal Procedures for WAI VALVE LEFT L. . . .  Do the SMOKE OR FUMES REMOVAL checklist if needed.30 - .400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . . and the smoke or fumes are decreasing (both true). . For airplanes without Center Bleed Duct Leak Detection. . BOM. . .PRR 85515 and S/B 747-24-2246 not incorporated] – Advise the cabin crew to turn off main IFE and PC power switches (as installed). . . R and CABIN ALTITUDE (RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION). Modified SMOKE. . . R. . C. . .  Wait 2 minutes unless the smoke or fumes are increasing [Allows time for the smoke to clear. fire or fumes is obvious and can be extinguished quickly:  Source . . . . . . . .  If source is visually confirmed to be extinguished.  PACK 3 CONTROL SELECTOR .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. . .  Restore unpowered items at the Captain’s discretion. Crew and Cabin communications………………………………… [Option . APU SELECTOR…………………………………………………… PASSENGER SIGNS……………………………………………… Anytime the smoke or fumes becomes the greatest threat. Oxygen masks (as needed)………………………………………. Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. Do not delay landing in an attempt to complete the following steps. Smoke goggles (as needed)………………………………………. . do the SMOKE OR FUMES REMOVAL checklist. then  Continue the flight at the Captain’s discretion. . FIRE OR FUMES Non-Normal Procedure for L ISLN VALVE deactivated open: SMOKE FIRE OR FUMES (L ISLN VALVE inop open)                Condition: Smoke. . 1. FIRE OR FUMES and BLEED DUCT LEAK L. . Consider an immediate landing if the smoke.. fire or fumes situation becomes uncontrollable. Diversion may be need.Isolate and extinguish  If possible remove power from the affected equipment by switch or circuit breaker in the flight deck or cabin. . . . If the source of the smoke. . fire or fumes is identified. Initiate a diversion to the nearest suitable airport while continuing the checklist. . . FRG OVERRIDING MODIFY PROCEDURE DDG 02-36-11-4 ATA ITEM REMARK AND DESCRIPTION 11-4 Wing Isolation Valves (Left and Right) Modify Non-Normal Procedures are necessary for SMOKE.  RIGHT ISOLATION VALVE SWITCH . . 100% ON Establish OFF OFF ON OFF OFF Continue…. ON. . Instruct cabin crew to turn on cabin night lighting UTILITY POWER SWITCHES (Both)……………………………. .

.  AFT CARGO HEAT SWITCH . . . . . . Do not accomplish the following checklists: ELEC UTIL BUS L. . . . 3 FWD FUEL PUMP 2. . . . . . R FUEL OVRD 2. . . . . . . . . . Do the SMOKE OR FUMES REMOVAL checklist if need. . . . . . .  TRIM AIR SWITCH . . . .] then do the following: If the smoke or fumes continue or are increasing:  PACK 1 CONTROL SELECTOR .  PACK 2 CONTROL SELECTOR . . .  Wait 2 minutes unless the smoke or fumes are increasing [Allows time for the smoke or fumes to clear. .31 - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 FWD CARGO DET AIR TEMP ZONE TRIM AIR OFF END OF MODIFY PROCEDURE NO1 Continue…… Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. . . . . . . . . . . . BOM. . . .  Wait 2 minutes unless the smoke or fumes are increasing [Allows time for the smoke or fumes to clear. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  PACK 1 CONTROL SELECTOR . . .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Wait 2 minutes unless the smoke or fumes are increasing [Allows time for the smoke or fumes to clear. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .] then do the following: If the smoke or fumes continue or are increasing:  RIGHT ISOLATION VALVE SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  PACK 2 CONTROL SELECTOR . . . FRG OVERRIDING MODIFY PROCEDURE DDG 02-36-11-4 ATA 11-4 ITEM Wing Isolation Valves (Left and Right) REMARK AND DESCRIPTION SMOKE FIRE OR FUMES (L ISLN VALVE inop open)(Cont‟d) If the smoke or fumes continue or are increasing:  PACK 3 CONTROL SELECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . . . . . . . . . .  AFT CARGO HEAT SWITCH . . . . . . . . .  PACK 1 CONTROL SELECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . .    NORM OFF NORM OFF OFF OFF OFF ON NORM NORM ON ON Consider an immediate landing. . .  TRIM AIR SWITCH . .] then do the following: If the smoke or fumes are increasing:  PACK 1 CONTROL SELECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
AOM, BOM, FRG OVERRIDING

MODIFY PROCEDURE DDG 02-36-11-4
ATA

ITEM

REMARK AND DESCRIPTION

11-4

Wing Isolation Valves
(Left and Right)
2. Modified SMOKE AIR CONDITIONING Non-Normal Procedure for R ISLN VALVE
deactivated open:
SMOKE FIRE OR FUMES
(R ISLN VALVE inop open)












Condition: Smoke, fire or fumes is identified.
Diversion may be need.
Oxygen masks (as needed)
Smoke goggles (as needed)
Crew and Cabin communications - Establish
[Option - PRR 85515 and S/B 747-24-2246 not incorporated] Advise
the cabin crew to turn off main IFE and PC power switches (as
installed).
Instruct cabin crew to turn on cabin night lighting.
UTILITY POWER SWITCHES (Both)
APU SELECTOR
PASSENGER SIGNS
Anytime the smoke or fumes becomes the greatest threat, do
the SMOKE OR FUMES REMOVAL checklist.
If the source of the smoke, fire or fumes is obvious and can be
extinguished quickly:
 Source - Isolate and extinguish
 If possible remove power from the affected equipment by
switch or circuit breaker in the flight deck or cabin.
 If source is visually confirmed to be extinguished, and the
smoke or fumes are decreasing (both true), then
 Continue the flight at the Captain’s discretion.
 Restore unpowered items at Captains discretion.
 Do the SMOKE OR FUMES REMOVAL checklist if
needed.
Initiate a diversion to the nearest suitable airport while continuing
the checklist.
Consider an immediate landing if the smoke, fire or fumes
situation becomes uncontrollable.
Do not delay landing in an attempt to complete the following
steps.
 LEFT ISOLATION VALVE SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
 PACK 1 CONTROL SELECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
 Wait 2 minutes unless the smoke or fumes are increasing
[Allows time for the smoke to clear.]

ON, 100%
ON

OFF
OFF
ON

OFF
OFF

Continue…..

Date : 01 SEP 09
Issue : 3

B747- 400 QRG

Issued by : CGKOFSGA
Page
: - 32 -

QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
AOM, BOM, FRG OVERRIDING

MODIFY PROCEDURE DDG 02-36-11-4
ATA
11-4

ITEM
Wing Isolation Valves
(Left and Right)

REMARK AND DESCRIPTION

SMOKE FIRE OR FUMES
(R ISLN VALVE inop open)
(Cont‟d)
If the smoke or fumes continue or are increasing:
 PACK 1 CONTROL SELECTOR …………………………………
 PACK 3 CONTROL SELECTOR …………………………………
 Wait 2 minutes unless the smoke or fumes are increasing [Allows
time for the smoke or fumes to clear.] then do the following:

NORM
OFF

If the smoke or fumes continue or are increasing:
 PACK 3 CONTROL SELECTOR …………………………………
 PACK 2 CONTROL SELECTOR …………………………………
 Wait 2 minutes unless the smoke or fumes are increasing [Allows
time for the smoke or fumes to clear.] then do the following:

NORM
OFF

If the smoke or fumes continue or are increasing:



PACK 3 CONTROL SELECTOR …………………………………
TRIM AIR SWITCH ………………………………………………..
AFT CARGO HEAT SWITCH …………………………………….
Wait 2 minutes unless the smoke or fumes are increasing [Allows
time for the smoke or fumes to clear.] then do the following:

OFF
OFF
OFF

If the smoke or fumes continue or are increasing:




LEFT ISOLATION VALVE SWITCH ……………………………
PACK 2 CONTROL SELECTOR ……………………………….
PACK 3 CONTROL SELECTOR ……………………………….
TRIM AIR SWITCH ………………………………………………
Consider an immediate landing.


Do the SMOKE OR FUMES REMOVAL checklist if need.
Do not accomplish the following checklists:
ELEC UTIL BUS L, R
FUEL OVRD 2, 3 FWD
FUEL PUMP 2, 3 FWD
CARGO DET AIR
TEMP ZONE
TRIM AIR OFF

ON
NORM
NORM
ON

END OF MODIFY PROCEDURE NO.2
Continue…..

Date : 01 SEP 09
Issue : 3

B747- 400 QRG

Issued by : CGKOFSGA
Page
: - 33 -

QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
AOM, BOM, FRG OVERRIDING

ATA
11-4

MODIFY PROCEDURE DDG 02-36-11-4

ITEM
Wing Isolation Valves
(Left and Right)

REMARK AND DESCRIPTION

3. Modified BLEED DUCT LEAK L, C, R Non-Normal procedure for L ISLN VALVE
deactivated open:
BLEED DUCT LEAK L, C, R
(L ISLN VALVE inop open)

Condition: Bleed air leak or overheat along left, center, or right duct section
If BLD DUCT LEAK L or C message displayed:
OFF
 R ISOLATION VALVE SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OFF
 ENGINE BLEED AIR 1 & 2 SWITCHES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OFF
 PACK 1 & 2 CONTROL SELECTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OFF
 APU SELECTOR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OFF
 AFT CARGO HEAT SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OFF
 TRIM AIR SWITCH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
 HYDRAULIC DEMAND PUMP 1 SELECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
OFF
 WING ANTI-ICE SWITCH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SET
 PASSENGER TEMPERATURE SELECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . .
 FLIGHT DECK TEMPERATURE SELECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Note: All passenger zones are maintained at a moderate
temperature when not modified by SB 747-21-2337 Task
1 and either SB 747-21-2338 Task 1 or Ham. Std. 21-205.






Do not use wing anti-ice.
Sufficient bleed air may not be available for nacelle anti-ice if N1
is less than 70% at or above 10,000 feet or less than 55% below
10,000 feet.
Cargo smoke detection no longer available.
Do not use ground pneumatic air.
Do not accomplish the following checklists:
BLEED OFF
HYD PRESS DEMAND 1, 2
CARGO DET AIR
TEMP ZONE
TRIM AIR OFF
LANDING PREPARATION:
 LE flaps operate in secondary mode. Allow additional time
during approach for flap extension.
Do not accomplish the following checklist:
FLAPS PRIMARY
Note: A temporary LE flap asymmetry, accompanied by a mild
rolling moment results when LE flaps are extended or
retracted.

If BLD DUCT R is displayed accomplish the published
Emergency Checklist
END OF MODIFY PROCEDURE NO.3
Continue…..

Date : 01 SEP 09
Issue : 3

B747- 400 QRG

Issued by : CGKOFSGA
Page
: - 34 -

. . . . . Do not accomplish the following checklists: BLEED OFF HYD PRESS DEMAND 3. . . . . . . . . . . . Do not accomplish the following checklist: FLAPS PRIMARY Note: A temporary LE flap asymmetry. OFF  HYDRAULIC DEMAND PUMP 4 SELECTOR. . . . If BLD DUCT LEAK C or R message displayed: OFF  L ISOLATION VALVE SWITCH. . BOM. . . . . . . . Cargo smoke detection no longer available. . . . . . . . .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. . . 21-205. . . . . . . . . . Sufficient bleed air may not be available for nacelle anti-ice if N1 is less than 70% at or above 10. . . . . . Std. . . . . .000 feet. . . . . . .. . . . FRG OVERRIDING MODIFY PROCEDURE DDG 02-36-11-4 ATA ITEM REMARK AND DESCRIPTION 11-4 Wing Isolation Valves (Left and Right) 4. . .35 - . . . . . . Note: All passenger zones are maintained at a moderate temperature when not modified by SB 747-21-2337 Task 1 and either SB 747-21-2338 Task 1 or Ham. . C. . OFF  AFT CARGO HEAT SWITCH . . . R (R ISLN VALVE inop open)   Condition: Bleed air leak or overheat along left. . . . .400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . OFF  PACK 2 & 3 CONTROL SELECTORS . . . . . C. . . . Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. . . . . . . . . . . . . END OF MODIFY PROCEDURE NO. . . . . . . . . Do not use ground pneumatic air. . . . . . . . .000 feet or less than 55% below 10. . .  If BLD DUCT L is displayed accomplish the published Emergency checklist. . . . . 4 CARGO DET AIR TEMP ZONE TRIM AIR OFF LANDING PREPARATION: LE flaps operate in secondary mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . SET SET  FLIGHT DECK TEMPERATURE SELECTOR. . . . . . . OFF  APU SELECTOR. . .4 Continue…. . Modified BLEED DUCT LEAK L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . center. . . . . . . OFF  WING ANTI-ICE SWITCH . . .  PASSENGER TEMPERATURE SELECTOR . . . . . . . . accompanied by a mild rolling moment results when LE flaps are extended or retracted. . . . . OFF  TRIM AIR SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . Allow additional time during approach for flap extension. . . . . . . or right duct section. . .        Do not use wing anti-ice. . OFF  ENGINE BLEED AIR 3 & 4 SWITCHES . . R Non-Normal procedure for R ISLN VALVE deactivated open: BLEED DUCT LEAK L.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BOM. . . .  If BLEED ISLN message displayed:  RIGHT ISOLATION VALVE SWITCH . . . [Provides hydraulic power for body gear steering]  Do not accomplish the following checklists: HYD PRESS DEM PACK AUX END OF MODIFY PROCEDURE NO. . . . . . . . . . . . REMARK AND DESCRIPTION Modified WAI VALVE L. . . Shutting down engine 1 depressurizes hydraulic system 1. . . . . . . . . . OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF Note: If WAI VALVE LEFT message displayed. . do not shut down engine 1 when towed into a gate. . . . . . . . . . . . . Tight turns may cause tire scrubbing. . . [Valve failed closed. . . . . Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. . . R (L ISLN VALVE inop open)    Condition: Wing anti-ice valve not in commanded position. . . . . . . . .36 - . . . .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. . . . . FRG OVERRIDING MODIFY PROCEDURE DDG 02-36-11-4 ATA 11-4 ITEM Wing Isolation Valves (Left and Right) 5. .]  After landing:  ENGINE BLEED AIR 1 AND 2 SWITCHES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and body gear steering is inoperative. .  LEFT ISOLATION VALVE SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . .]  Do not use wing anti-ice. . [Valve failed open. .400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . R Non-Normal Procedure for L ISLN VALVE deactivated open for airplanes without Center Bleed Duct Leak Detection: WAI VALVE L. . . . . . . . . .5 Continue…. . Light: VALVE If wing anti-ice switch ON:  WING ANTI-ICE SWITCH . . . . .  If wing anti-ice switch OFF:  WING ANTI-ICE SWITCH .  If WAI VALVE LEFT message displayed when towed into the gate with engines shut down:  HYDRAULIC DEMAND PUMP 1 SELECTOR. . . . .  APU Bleed Air Switch . .

.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . . OFF If BLEED ISLN message displayed:  LEFT ISOLATION VALVE SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. Tight turns may cause tire scrubbing. . . . . . BOM. . . . . . . . . . . [Valve failed closed. . . . . . R Non-Normal Procedure for R ISLN VALVE deactivated open for airplanes without Center Bleed Duct Leak Detection: WAI VALVE L. . . . . . [Provides hydraulic power for body gear steering]  Do not accomplish the following checklists: HYD PRESS DEM PACK AUX : : END OF MODIFY PROCEDURE NO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .  Light: VALVE  If wing anti-ice switch ON  WING ANTI-ICE SWITCH. . . OFF  RIGHT ISOLATION VALVE SWITCH. . . . . . . . . do not shut down engine 1 when towed into a gate.  If WAI VALVE LEFT message displayed when towed into the gate with engines shut down:  HYDRAULIC DEMAND PUMP 1 SELECTOR . . . [Valve failed open. Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. . . Modified WAI VALVE L. and body gear steering is inoperative. OFF  APU Bleed Air Switch . . . . .]  After landing:  OFF ON  ENGINE BLEED AIR 3 AND 4 SWITCHES . . . . . Shutting down engine 1 depressurizes hydraulic system 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 - . . . FRG OVERRIDING MODIFY PROCEDURE DDG 02-36-11-4 ATA ITEM REMARK AND DESCRIPTION 11-4 Wing Isolation Valves (Left and Right) 6. .6 Continue…. OFF Note: If WAI VALVE LEFT message displayed. . .]  Do not use wing anti-ice. . . . .  If wing anti-ice switch OFF  WING ANTI-ICE SWITCH. . . . . . . . . . . . R (R ISLN VALVE inop open)  Condition: Wing anti-ice valve not in commanded position. . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  OXYGEN MASKS . . . . . OFF  AFT CARGO HEAT SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . .] CHECK  If cabin altitude uncontrollable:  PASSENGER OXYGEN SWITCH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . and descend at VMO/MMO.  If cabin altitude can be controlled and left duct pressure remains low:  ENGINE BLEED AIR 1 & 2 SWITCHES . . . . . . Level off at lowest safe altitude or 10.38 - . . . . . . . Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. . . . . . . whichever is higher. . . . . . . limit airspeed and avoid high maneuvering loads. . . . . . . . If structural integrity in doubt. [Confirms pressurization problem. . SET Continue…. . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF  PASSENGER TEMPERATURE SELECTOR . . . . . OFF  CABIN ALTITUDE AND RATE . . . . . . . . . . extend speedbrakes. . . close thrust levers. . . . . . .]  DESCENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. . . . . . . . OFF  PACK 1 & 2 CONTROL SELECTORS . . . . . . . ON ACCOMPLISH  If cabin altitude can be controlled and right duct pressure remains low:  Accomplish the BLEED DUCT LEAK R Emergency checklist. . . . . OFF  TRIM AIR SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ESTABLISH  ISOLATION VALVE SWITCHES (Both) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Modified CABIN ALTITUDE (RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION) Non-Normal Procedure for L ISLN VALVE deactivated open for airplanes without Center Bleed Duct Leak Detection: CABIN ALTITUDE (RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION) (L ISLN VALVE inop open)  Condition: Cabin altitude excessive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-205. . . . . . . .Std. . [Backs up automatic activation of the passenger oxygen system. . . . . . OFF  APU SELECTOR. . Note: All passenger zones are maintained at a moderate temperature when not modified by SB 747-21-2337 Task 1 and either SB 747-21-2338 Task 1 or Ham. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Without delay. . . ON  CREW COMMUNICATIONS . . OFF  WING ANTI-ICE SWITCH . . FRG OVERRIDING MODIFY PROCEDURE DDG 02-36-11-4 ATA ITEM REMARK AND DESCRIPTION 11-4 Wing Isolation Valves (Left and Right) 7. OFF  HYDRAULIC DEMAND PUMP 1 SELECTOR. . . . . . . . BOM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . . . . . . .000 feet. .

. Allow time during approach for secondary flap operation. FRG OVERRIDING MODIFY PROCEDURE DDG 02-36-11-4 ATA 11-4 ITEM Wing Isolation Valves (Left and Right) REMARK AND DESCRIPTION CABIN ALTITUDE (RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION) (L ISLN VALVE inop open)(Cont‟d)  Do not use wing anti-ice. Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. R END OF MODIFY PROCEDURE NO.  If OUTFLOW VALVE L.   Sufficient bleed air may not be available for nacelle anti-ice if N1 less than 70% at or above 10.000 feet or less than 55% below 10.  Do not accomplish the following checklist: FLAPS PRIMARY Note: A temporary LE flap asymmetry. OUTFLOW VALVE R. Cargo smoke detection no longer available  Do not use ground pneumatic air. accompanied by a mild rolling moment. and CABIN ALT AUTO messages displayed:  Do not accomplish the following checklists: FLAPS PRIMARY OUTFLOW VALVE L.000 feet.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . BOM.39 - .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.  Do not accomplish the following checklists: BLEED ISLN L BLEED OFF CARGO DET AIR HYD PRESS DEM 1 TEMP ZONE TRIM AIR OFF  LANDING PREPARATION:  LE flaps operate in secondary mode.7 Continue…. results when LE flaps are extended or retracted.

. . . . . . . SET  OFF Continue…. . . . . . close thrust levers. . . . . ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF  CABIN ALTITUDE AND RATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .000 feet. . . . . . . extend speedbrakes. . . . . . . . . . . . . SET  FLIGHT DECK TEMPERATURE SELECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 - . .ACCOMPLISH  Without delay. .  If structural integrity in doubt. . . . . . . . .  If cabin altitude can be controlled and right duct pressure remains low:  ENGINE BLEED AIR 3 & 4 SWITCHES . . . .] If cabin altitude uncontrollable: CHECK   PASSENGER OXYGEN SWITCH. . . . OFF  HYDRAULIC DEMAND PUMP 1 SELECTOR . . [Confirms pressurization problem. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF  TRIM AIR SWITCH. . . . . . . . . OFF  PASSENGER TEMPERATURE SELECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  AFT CARGO HEAT SWITCH . . . OFF Airplanes with ADP installed in Hydraulic Demand Pump 2 position:  HYDRAULIC DEMAND PUMP 3 SELECTOR . . . . OFF  APU SELECTOR . . . . . BOM. . . . . OFF  WING ANTI-ICE SWITCH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  If cabin altitude can be controlled and left duct pressure remains low:  Accomplish the BLEED DUCT LEAK L Non-Normal procedure Emergency checklist. . . . . Level off at lowest safe altitude or 10. . . . . . . . . FRG OVERRIDING MODIFY PROCEDURE DDG 02-36-11-4 ATA ITEM REMARK AND DESCRIPTION 11-4 Wing Isolation Valves (Left and Right) 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OF F  PACK 2 & 3 CONTROL SELECTORS . . . . . . [Backs up automatic activation of the passenger oxygen system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON  CREW COMMUNICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . and descend at VMO/MMO. Modified CABIN ALTITUDE (RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION) Non-Normal Procedure for R ISLN VALVE deactivated open for airplanes without Center Bleed Duct Leak Detection: CABIN ALTITUDE (RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION) ( R ISLN VALVE inop open)  Condition: Cabin altitude excessive. . . . . . . . . whichever is higher.]  DESCENT . . . . . . . . . . . limit airspeed and avoid high maneuvering loads. . . . . . . . . ESTABLISH  ISOLATION VALVE SWITCHES (Both) . .  OXYGEN MASKS . . . . . .

41 - . Std.000 feet or less than 55% below 10. 21205.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . OUTFLOW VALVE R. Allow time during approach for secondary flap operation. If OUTFLOW VALVE L. FRG OVERRIDING MODIFY PROCEDURE DDG 02-36-11-4 ATA 11-4 ITEM Wing Isolation Valves (Left and Right) REMARK AND DESCRIPTION CABIN ALTITUDE (RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION) (R ISLN VALVE inop open)(Cont‟d) Note: All passenger zones are maintained at a moderate temperature when not modified by SB 747-21-2337 Task 1 and either SB 747-21-2338 Task 1 or Ham. accompanied by a mild rolling moment.  Do not use wing anti-ice. and CABIN ALT AUTO messages displayed: Do not accomplish the following checklists: FLAPS PRIMARY OUTFLOW VALVE L. results when LE flaps are extended or retracted.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.  Do not use ground pneumatic air.000 feet.   Sufficient bleed air may not be available for nacelle anti-ice if N1 less than 70% at or above 10. Do not accomplish the following checklist: FLAPS PRIMARY Note: A temporary LE flap asymmetry.  Do not accomplish the following checklists: BLEED ISLN L BLEED OFF CARGO DET AIR HYD PRESS DEM 4 TEMP ZONE TRIM AIR OFF LANDING PREPARATION:       LE flaps operate in secondary mode. Cargo smoke detection no longer available. R END OF MODIFY PROCEDURE Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747. BOM.

. FRG OVERRIDING FMS: PERFORMANCE FACTORS The required flight performance of the FMC had been loaded in the performance data base. MAINTENANCE INDEX < CROSS LOAD  < PERF FACTORS < IRS MONITOR < INDEX . LSK 3R. type ARM to the scratch-pad and LSK 6R. --o0o-Dhg Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.0 300 TO 1 / TO 2 3L CRZ / 300 MNVR MARGIN 1500 MIN CRZ TIME 4R ACCEL HT 5 1500 / 3000 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------< INDEX ARM 6L 3R THR RED 1.Check LSK 4 L. the pilots may check the content in the PERF FACTORS page.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.0 / + 0.30 5L 2R THR / CRZ -5 / -15 4L 1R R / C CLB 5R 6R ARM - If any item has to be changed. LSK 4R and LSK 5R should be as follows: PERF FACTORS PERF CODE 1L OPTION CODE 1111 000001000B84 DRAG / F – F 2L + 0.Select < MAINT prompt ( LSK 6R) of the INIT / REF INDEX page.42 - .Select < PERF FACTORS (LSK 2L) of the MAINTENANCE INDEX page . BOM. It is available when the airplane on the ground only. LSK 2R. LSK 5L. Type the appropriate correct data and line select to its LSK.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .

8 .dev from ISA .8 80 26.35 .2 F  C 104 40.17.5 13.3 11.6 44. INCREASE published altitudes by the amount as indicated below: (C) Aerodrome temp.2 F 32 28 24 20 16 12 8 4 0  C 0 .45 Height above aerodrome / terrain in feet 200 0 20 20 20 20 40 40 300 20 20 20 40 40 40 60 400 20 40 40 60 60 80 80 500 20 40 40 60 60 80 80 600 40 40 60 80 80 100 100 800 40 60 80 100 100 120 140 1000 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 1500 80 120 140 180 200 240 260 2000 120 160 200 240 280 320 360 3000 180 240 300 360 420 480 540 4000 240 320 400 480 560 640 720 5000 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 Rule of thumb: For each C below STD temp.6 4.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .43 - .6 . FRG OVERRIDING STANDARD PILOTING LIMITATIONS - Tracking tolerance: VOR + 2. NDB + 3 .1 84 28.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.15.4.5 .5 92 33.2 .3 51.3% (200 ft/ NM) all conditions.4 72 22.9 6.11. Heading + 15.6. subtract 4 ft per 1000 ft from altimeter reading.3 .30 .4 .13. subtract 30 ft from altimeter reading.3 88 31.5 53. BOM.2.7 15.1 48.7 96 35. „LOW PRESSURE‟ ALTITUDE CORRECTION Rule of thumb: For each hPa that QNH is below 1013.20 .7  Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.4 42.7 55.4 2.8. „LOW TEMPERATURE‟ ALTITUDE CORRECTION In case of temperature is below standard.2. Departure : 3.25 .8 46.IAS Max IAS 185 250 Final Appr Max IAS 185 Circling Appr Max IAS 205 Missed Appr Max IAS 265 - Bank angle: Min 25 bank in initial /intermediate approach Min 15 bank in Missed Approach Min 20 bank during Circling - Minimum climb gradient : Missed Approach: 2.1 .0 57.5 .6 76 24..15 .0 100 37. TEMPERATURE CONVERSION F 140 136 132 128 124 120 116 112 108  C 60. Speed in Kts: A/C Category D Initial Approach Min.40 .1 8.5% (150 ft/ NM) all conditions.2 F 68 64 60 56 52 48 44 40 36  C 20 17.

VERTICAL SPEED (Ground Speed vs Approach Angle vs Rate of descent) AA GS 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 2. BOM.4 0.7 520 580 620 660 720 760 820 860 2.5 4.54596 and and and and and and and and and and F to C Meter to Ft NM to StM NM to KM StM to KM Inch to Metr Kgs to Lbs Ltr to USG ImpG to USG Ltr to ImpG : (F – 32) x 5/9 : 3.539957 0.Weight Lbs to Kgs : .Volume USG to Ltr : USG to ImpG : ImpG to Ltr : (C x 9/5) + 32 0.204622 : 0.78531 0.609 : 0.0 580 640 680 740 800 860 900 960 3.5 5.0254 : 2.5 3.453592 3.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . GRADIENT % Ft / nm 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 2.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.2 620 680 740 800 840 900 960 1020 3.3048 0.0 10.1 600 660 720 760 820 880 940 980 3.6214 39.0 5.0 9.6 500 560 600 640 680 740 780 820 2.832674 4.264179 : 1.0 4.Distance Ft to Meter : StM to NM : KM to NM : KM to StM : Meter to Inch : .20095 : 0.5 7.0 6.3 640 700 760 820 880 940 1000 1060 CONVERSION MULTIPLICATION FACTORS .219975  Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.9 560 620 660 720 760 820 880 920 3.0 150 200 210 240 270 300 330 360 390 430 490 550 600 350 470 500 570 640 710 780 850 920 990 1130 1270 1420 410 530 570 650 730 810 890 970 1050 1130 1300 1460 1620 460 600 640 730 820 910 1000 1100 1190 1280 1460 1640 1830 510 670 710 810 910 1020 1120 1220 1320 1420 1620 1830 2030 560 740 780 900 1000 1120 1230 1340 1450 1560 1790 2010 2230 610 800 850 980 1100 1220 1340 1460 1580 1700 1950 2190 2430 660 870 920 1060 1190 1320 1450 1580 1710 1850 2110 2370 2630 Rule of thumb: Gradient (%) X GS (kt) = Rate of climb (ft / min).852 : 1.0 8.44 - .28084 : 1.5 480 540 580 620 660 700 760 800 2.15078 : 1.5 6.Temperature C to F : .868976 0.8 540 600 640 700 740 800 840 900 2. FRG OVERRIDING ALL ENGINES CLIMB GRADIENT From climb gradient (percentage or ft / NM) to Rate of Climb (ft / min): GROUND SPEED / RATE of CLIMB CLB.3 3.

000 11.000 5.370 3.000 8.000 7.1 0.590 13.000 10.000 7.5 12 12.3 0.000 915 24.5 18 18.010 34.000 9.6 0. BOM.5 0.000 4.4 0.540 39.570 29.670 5.5 6 6.5 8 8.620 36.000 6.890 15.000 12.5 4 4.5 10 10.230 38.000 10.5 3 3.000 9.050 26.930 37.000 7.840 40.700 33.000 11.3 0.8 0.4 0.5 15 15.450 1000 300 21.000 8.5 0.5 19 19. FRG OVERRIDING CONVERSION METRES PER SECOND TO KNOTS AND FEET PER MINUTES m/sec kts ft/m m/sec kts ft/sec 1 1.350 27.9 Hectopascal 0.000 3.500 Date : 01 SEP 09 Issue : 3 B747.000 10.5 13 13.45 - .490 30.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.000 8.5 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 2165 2263 2362 2460 2559 2657 2756 2854 2953 3051 3150 3248 7 7.100 31.2 0.5 16 16.7 0.5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 197 295 394 492 591 689 787 885 984 1082 1181 1279 11 11.5 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 1378 1476 1575 1673 1772 1870 1969 2067 17 17.2 ALTIMETER CONVERSION FEET METER FEET METER FEET METER 500 150 20.1 0.060 2500 762 23.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .000 6.5 20 20 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 40 3346 3444 3543 3641 3740 3838 3937 3937 DECIMAL CONVERSION MILLIMETRES TO HECTOPASCAL Millimetres 0.5 9 9.5 14 14.000 6.000 12.195 18.320 35.960 28.9 1.5 5 5.000 11.000 10.250 41.000 9.400 32.7 0.8 0.000 3.280 11000 3.000 7.5 2 2.000 1524 25.1 1.980 10.760 1500 450 22.

000 ft / 3050m AMSL.000 ft / 3050 m AMSL Yes No VFR Nil FIS Note 1 + 3 + 4 250 kt IAS below 10. FIS Not applicable 250 kt IAS below 10. Note 4: At and below 900 m AMSL or 300 m above terrain (whichever is higher): 5 km.000 ft / 3050 m AMSL Yes Yes VFR Nil Traffic info between VFR and IFR flights (and traffic avoidance advice on request) Note 1 + 3 250 kt IAS below 10.Alt is lower than 10. BOM. 1500 M horizontal and 300 m vertical distance from cloud.000 ft / 3050 m AMSL Yes No FIS Note 1 + 3 + 4 250 kt IAS below 10.000 ft / 3050m AMSL. B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01Jul 09 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .000 ft / 3050 m AMSL No No IFR Nil FIS Not applicable 250 kt IAS below 10.000 ft / 3050m AMSL. Note 2: 8 km at and above 10.000 ft / 3050 m AMSL Yes Yes IFR IFR from IFR ATC Service and traffic information about VFR flights as far as practicable Not applicable 250 kt IAS below 10. 5 km below 10.000 ft / 3050m AMSL.2. 5 km below 10.46 - . Note 3: 8 km at and above 10. FRG OVERRIDING ICAO ATS AIRSPACE CLASSIFICATION Class Type of flight Separation provided Service provided VMC visibility & distance from cloud minimum Speed limitation (Note 1) Radio comm ATC clearance A IFR All aircraft ATC Service Not applicable Not applicable Yes Yes B IFR VFR IFR ATC Service ATC Service ATC Service Not applicable Note 1 + 2 Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable Yes Yes Yes Yes VFR All aircraft All aircraft IFR from IFR IFR from VFR VFR from IFR ATC Service for separation from IFR. clear of cloud and in sight of ground or water.000 ft / 3050 m AMSL No No IFR IFR from IFR As far as practical Air traffic advisory service. Lower visibilities by ATS.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. FL 100 to be used iso 10. VFR/VFR traffic info (and traffic avoidance advice on request) Note 1 + 3 250 kt IAS below 10.1.000 ft / 3050 m AMSL No No C D E F G VFR Note 1: When the Tr.000 ft / 3050 m AMSL Yes Yes VFR Nil Traffic information as far as practical Note 1 + 3 250 kt IAS below 10.000 ft / 3050m AMSL. see BOM 3.000 ft / 3050 m AMSL Yes Yes IFR IFR from IFR ATC Service including traffic into about VFR flights (and traffic avoidance advice o/r) Not applicable 250 kt IAS below 10. clear of cloud.000 ft.

but NOT correct and .the airspeed on the indicator stay on the lower stop. he will: . such as displayed altitude and displayed airspeed. During TAKE-OFF run: .airspeed operate correctly After lift-off: . BOM. Displayed altitude is directly related to static pressure corrected for the current barometric setting. aircraft will possibly exceed the speed limitation but the speed warning (on the same side) not come ON. Hose leaking. The sensed dynamic pressure fail to Increase as it should be during climb. thrust still on T/O .  Consequences If the pilots rely and trust this faulty Indicated Airspeed. B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01Jul 09 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . Several reasons include: Pitot covers not removed.airspeed indication decays During initial climb: .altimeter remain at the field elevation . fly attitude !! Observe PITCH / POWER table. Complete plugged (blocked) static ports. The blockage of the pitot or static systems rarely occurs. Stick shaker will be triggered and real STALL will occur !! Don’t let the a/c stall. he will: . After lift-off: . FRG OVERRIDING FLYING WITH UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED AND ALTITUDE General The pitot probes and static ports remains critical sources for flight deck information. B.the airspeed indicating. A.altimeter operate correctly . During TAKE-OFF run: (if not rejected): . Ports blocked by ashes (from volcano). pull the nose UP . Its sense line likely contains air trapped at a pressure equal to field elevation static pressure. etc. Watch out.the altimeter operates almost correct. Both sources are used for multiple flight deck indications. Complete plugged (blocked) pitot probes. However many anomalies are associated with partial blockages of parts of the system. reduce thrust to reduce the (faulty) airspeed. Water trapped in lines. During initial climb: .47 - . Pitot static hose not connected.airspeed continue decays reaching the the lower end  Consequences If the pilot rely and trust this faulty airspeed. This could cause the airplane to exceed the stall angle of attack.the airspeed continue to increase as altitude increases and will exceed the Vmo and the overspeed warning will be triggered. The trapped static pressure is that of the field elevation.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. Displayed airspeed is related to the difference between total pressure and static pressure. push the nose down to reduce pitch attitude .

Stickshaker activation is depending on the stall-vane position only (not by airspeed). it is real.unintentional pitch  25 nose up / high .…………………………… Radio navigation aid signals . Altimeter ………………….……………………… Radio altitude . Stick shaker.…………………………………….. Vertical navigation …………………. Uses inertial information. May not identify the basic problem. FRG OVERRIDING PITOT/STATIC ANOMALY INFORMATION TABLE TABLE 1 AVAILABLE RELIABLE INFORMATION System / Indicator Pitch and Roll . Engine thrust indication . Uses inertial information. BOM.bank angle  45 2. Ground speed -………………………………….………………………………….. but reliable if activated.……………………………… Track and heading .48 - . 1.. Auto throttle ………………….. Vertical speed …………………. Basic GPWS . If Overspeed warning comes ON together with the Stickshaker activation at the same time.. Airplane position .. Pilot may need to recover the airplane from an upset condition: . Airspeed indicator …………………. EGPWS/Terrain avoidance ………………….  B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01Jul 09 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . Do not let the airplane stall. May not always be available.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.. Wind information ………………….…………………………………. Initial version of EGPWS warning system.unintentional pitch  10 nose down / low . - Notes Operational if only pitot system blocked...………………… TABLE 2 UNRELIABLE INFORMATION System / Indicator Autopilot …………………..………………………………. Overspeed warning …………………… Windshear warning …………………… Elevator feel …………………… EICAS messages …………………… NOTE: Notes When within normal activation limits (2500‟) EGPWS/Terrain avoidance warning system may not be available. the pilots first action is to recover from the stall.

other nearby airplane. The longer the erroneous instruments are allowed to cause a deviation.Taking inventory of reliable information. etc. fly straight and level or climb to a safe altitude.10 nose up at a medium altitude will provide solution for simultaneous “stick shaker and overspeed” warning. . (FLY TARGET PITCH & POWER). Do the checklist and review items related to the problem.Find or Maintaining favorable flying conditions (VISUAL FLYING) Find or remain in daylight visual condition as far as possible.Use checklists The crew should not trust instruments that previously provided suspect information.Keeping control of the a/c with basic pitch and power setting. For example: Set Climb Thrust with Pitch at 8 . inertial data etc to identify which instruments are reliable. . 29a)  B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01Jul 09 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . FRG OVERRIDING RECOGNITION AND RECOVERY Regardless of the nature of erroneous flight instrument indications. If this is not possible. fly several hours more to achieve visual conditions or day light. Do not let the stickshaker activated. . get visual and stay visual if possible. Avoid flying in IMC. if anomaly occur during descent. (EMERGENCY CHECKLIST Tab 29 b. Seek help from ATC. the more difficult recovery will be. BOM. Good crew communication is essential and some basic actions are paramount: . The crew should discuss the cross-check to be used. Standard pitch and Power settings for common phases of flight can be found in the AOM. climb and proceed to good weather area.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.49 - .Getting assistance from other.Recognizing an unusual or suspect indication by cross checking with each other instrument including stand by instrument. . Do not try to make any approach for landing at night. . some basic actions are key to survival.

1 2900 3400 4100 5100 6700 0 290 kt AVER. No spoiler 0 Fly to body attitude.000 390 T 350 T 300 T 250 T 200 T 8.3 3.3 1.9 -------------1.0 12. DESCENT .9 4. BOM.8 .000 390 T 350 T 300 T 250 T 200 T 6.2000 ----------------- ----------------- 20.1600 .2100 .7 8.50 - .1 9.8 9.8 -1.2 0.8 1.000 APPROX IAS GROSS WT (Ton) 390 T 350 T 300 T 250 T 200 T TARGET PITCH ( degr) 5.1 0.0 1.8 -2.6 2.5 -0.0 .2 14.000 350 T 300 T 250 T 200 T ----------------- ----------------- 10.000 290 kt 390 T 350 T 300 T 250 T 200 T 350 T 300 T 250 T 200 T 4.2 2. (Ft) 30.6 87.1 IDLE ----------------- ----------------- 1.9 90.8 2.1800 .3 NOMINAL R of CL (Ft/min) 700 1000 1500 2100 2900 ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- 20. FRG OVERRIDING TABLE FOR PITCH / BODY ATTITUDE TARGET FLIGHT PHASE En-Rte CLB .1900 .9 1500 1900 2500 3300 4400 ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- 10. REQRD. %N1/Eng.1 -0.3 2400 2900 3600 4500 5900 ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- SEA LEVEL 390 T 350 T 300 T 250 T 200 T 350 T 300 T 250 T 200 T 10. Max CLB thrust 35.000 Mach 0. VB FLAPS 0 0 Adjust pwr to maintain Body Att for level flt.2500 -------------. PRESS ALT.1 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01Jul 09 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .2200 93.1 10.6 88.4 91.9 11.6 82.6 6.000 350 T 300 T 250 T 200 T 96.4 86.000 290 kt From 30.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.2100 .7 5.7 4.2000 .2300 .5 -1.1800 .1 7.0 4. CRUISE .9 7.5 84.0 0.1700 .5 1.2 -0.84 ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- ----------------- 30.6 6.4 11.2 3.

FRG OVERRIDING TABLE FOR PITCH / BODY ATTITUDE TARGET cont‟d FLIGHT PHASE HOLDING 0 PRESS ALT.7 64.8 66.7 58.0 0 67.000 ---------1 -------------5.0 6.1 5.4 59.0 64.4 59.0 8.4 7.6 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01Jul 09 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .8 61. 70.5 -------------69.3 168 kt 154 kt 137 kt -------------174 kt 158 kt 142 kt -------------167 kt 153 kt 136 kt 300 T 250 T 200 T -------------300 T 250 T 200 T -------------300 T 250 T 200 T 5. ( Ft) 10.7 52.9 8.9 242 kt 224 kt 207 kt -------------218 kt 204 kt 187 kt -------------198 kt 184 kt 167 kt ------------178 kt 164 kt 147 kt -------------168 kt 154 kt 137 kt 300 T 250 T 200 T -------------300 T 250 T 200 T -------------300 T 250 T 200 T -------------300 T 250 T 200 T -------------300 T 250 T 200 T 5.6 -------------1. BOM.0 7.4 54.6 2.3 8.1 5.Gear down 25 Fly to GlideSlope ---------or if not 30 available Fly to Rate of Descent and VREF + 10 SEA LEVEL APPROX IAS 242 kt 224 kt 207 kt GROSS WT (Ton) 300 T 250 T 200 T TARGET PITCH (degr) 5.9 -------------70.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.6 -------------73.4 64.6 2.7 -------------8.3 56.4 58.4 62.6 49. Gear Up .0 8.000 TERMINAL AREA . REQRD.8 5.1 70.0 -------------7.6 NOMINAL R of CL (Ft/min) 0 AVER.2 -------------63.3 5.4 1.5 -------------73.4 1.1 -------------2.1 67.8 8. Level flt 0 5.Based on 3 Glide Slope ---------. FLAPS FINAL APPR 20 .51 - .8 58.6 -------------8.6 -------------8.4 5.1 4. %N1/Eng.000 ---------5 -------------5000 ---------10 -------------5000 ---------20 -------------5000 Adjust pwr to maintain body attitude for level flt.0 64.1 67.5 -------------76.

1 104.1 96.5 93.4 104.1 103.0 40 .2 106.8 100.2 102.7 103.4 99.0 104.2 96.1.1 98.0.8 .3 .1 101.6 .9 105.1.2 103.9 104.2.1 103.0 103.3 101.6 104.5 .8 100.9 102.0. B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01Jul 09 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .3 95.3 105.6 102.5 .0.2 90.5 94.8 99.9 105.1 91.1.1 93.0 94.9 101. & Wing Anti Ice ON 0 .3 100.1 101.84 0.3 101.7 104.2 95.6 .6 103.0.2 104.9 89.0 99.84 102.1 104.9 100.8 101.6 90.52 - .6 92.1 98.4 101.1 99.3 102.6 .6 95.7 99.3 101.0 101.3.4 97.7 .5 102.9 102.6 95.1 97.2 103.9 103.9 93.0 45 .9 100.0 105.0 102.1.1 .8 93.8 101.0 92.8 99.7 104.2 97.6 100.8 95.4 96.9 .0.5 100.0.1 103.1 105.4 105.5 102.2 5000 340 100.1.0 END.2 102.0.5 101.7 94.1.2.0 .3 Pressure Altitude (FL) / Speed (KIAS or MACH) 10000 FL150 FL200 FL250 FL300 FL350 340 340 340 340 0.0 98.6 101.9 99.1 102.8 % N1 Adjustment for Engine Bleeds BLEED CONFIGURATION Engine Anti Ice ON Eng.2 97.7 103.3 103.84 FL450 0.4 101.0.2 .6 102.1.4 99.0 102.3 92.5 . FRG OVERRIDING MAXIMUM CLIMB THRUST %N1 USED IN THE EVENT OF BOTH FMCs FAILURE Based on engine bleed for 3 packs on.9 5 . engine and wing anti-ice off TAT (C) 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 -5 -10 -15 -20 -25 -30 -35 -40 0 340 99.3 104.8 103.1.7 103.9 101.7 89.4 95.6 103.6 104.3 96.1 .4 94.2 104.6 105.0 98.9 102.6 105.3 97.1 97.4.7 101.4 96.9 102.8 101.0 102.5 102.7 104.9 90.4 101.6 100.5 102.3 99.8 105.2 103.1 100.1 101.0 88.4 98.7 103.4 104.9 99.8 100.3 103.84 FL400 0.8 103.1 101.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.9 102.8 102.1 87.5 105.5 91.7 99.5 104. BOM.0 PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 FT) 10 15 20 25 30 35 .5 93.0 98.7 100.6 103.7 .6 100.

FRG OVERRIDING I. SINGAPORE 3. 2010 TO MARCH 26. UAE 7.10 8. JAPAN OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED 9. INDONESIA AU/7141/DAU.1735/IX/2010 ALL FLIGHTS 2. BAHRAIN 9. THAILAND KOH. PHILIPPINES 3op20101336 NB GIA 880 882 884 886 888 870 878 890 894 898 856 860 874 SB GIA 881 883 885 887 889 871 879 891 895 899 857 863 875 5. LAOS DCA 3556/10/2010 NB GIA 880 882 884 886 888 870 878 890 894 898 856 860 874 SB GIA 881 883 885 887 889 871 879 891 895 899 857 863 875 12. USA overfly permit not required II . HONGKONG OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED REFF AIP HONGKONG PAGE ENR 1.53- . 0990032072 NB GIA 880 882 884 886 888 870 878 890 894 898 856 860 874 SB GIA 881 883 885 887 889 871 879 891 895 899 857 863 875 6. VIETNAM O/F*58/W/2010 NB GIA 880 882 884 886 888 870 878 890 894 898 856 860 874 SB GIA 881 883 885 887 889 871 879 891 895 899 857 863 875 7. MALAYSIA DGCA/AT/4501/9/10 NB GIA 880 882 884 886 888 870 878 890 894 898 856 860 874 SB GIA 881 883 885 887 889 871 879 891 895 899 857 863 875 4. INDIA 6. BOM. SINGAPORE OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED ALL FLIGHTS 3. SAUDI ARABIA JEDDMGA/JEDKKGA/JEDSSGA AU/7141/DAU. OVERFLY PERMIT FOR ASIA PASIFIC SERVICES DURING WINTER SCHEDULE EFF 31 OCT 2010 TO MARCH 26 2011 AS FOLLOW ------------------------------------------------------1. INDONESIA 2. OVERFLY PERMIT FOR GIA-980/981 982/983 AND 984/985 DURING WINTER SCHEDULE EFF OCT 31.1735/IX/2010 OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED DGCA/AT/4501/9/10 SL/OC688-10/AS/21/02 7/36/2009-IR OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED DGMAN/DATS 003 DATED 25 OCT 2010 AT/09/O/168 CAMA07/OF/WS/2010-2011 LANDING PERMIT ARRANGE BY B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 2010 : 04 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .2011 AS FOLLOW -------------------------------------------------1.KOH 0504/7985 DTD 26 OCT 2010 NB GIA 880 882 884 886 888 870 878 890 894 898 856 860 874 SB GIA 881 883 885 887 889 871 879 891 895 899 857 863 875 10. YEMEN 10.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. CAMBODIA still on process(Only for contingency route) NB GIA 880 882 884 886 888 870 878 890 894 898 856 860 874 SB GIA 881 883 885 887 889 871 879 891 895 899 857 863 875 13. SRILANKA 5. CHINA LANDING PERMIT ARRANGE BY BJSDMGA/ PEKKKGA PVGKKGA/CANKKGA 11. OMAN 8. MALAYSIA 4. TAIPEI KUNG YIN KUAN TZE NO.

CYPRUS GRANTED BY DGCA CYPRUS REFF 180653 LCNCYAYX 15.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.CZECH REPUBLIC OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED 12.GREECE OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED 16. BULGARIA OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED 8. TURKEY CAT 9260 7. RUMANIA OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED 9.AUSTRIA OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED 18. HUNGARY OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED 10.GERMANY OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED 13. SAUDI ARABIA GACA 9081 4.ITALY OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED 17.LEBANON C03658 18/10/10 14. JORDANIA JOR5/0007 5. OVERFLY PERMIT FOR GIA-88/89 DURING WINTER SCHEDULE EFF OCT 31. UAE LANDING PERMIT ARRANGE BY AMSDMGA/DXBKKGA 2. BOM. SYRIA SCAA 6993 VALID UNTIL 31 DEC 2010 6. FRG OVERRIDING III. BAHRAIN AT/09/O/168 3.NETHERLAND GRANTED BY DGCA NETHERLAND NOTE FOR EURO CONTROL OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED AND JUST FILING ATS FLIGHT PLAN ONLY B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 2010 : 04 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .2011 AS FOLLOW ---------------------------------------------------------CGK-DXB-AMS VV 1.54- .SLOVAKIA OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED 11.YUGOSLAVIA/BEOGRAD OVERFLY PERMIT NOT REQUIRED 19. 2010 TO MARCH 26.

3. Press SEND after all fields are filled 9. If clearance delivery (CLD) is not received within 5 (five) minutes or there is any problem with the datalink exchange. Press LSK-6R to go to RECEIVED MESSAGES page 11.. B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01JUN 10 :3 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . otherwise the request will be rejected automatically and will be revert to VOICE. Enter ATIS ID with current ATIS info 7. This procedure shall be started 25 minutes before ready to start. Press LSK-6L to RETURN TO ACARS MENU 10.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. the Pre-Departure Clearance (PDC) procedure is applied only in HKG (VHHH) and ICN (RKSI) Airport while other using voice for departure clearance.5.< GATE NUMBER FLIGHT NO -----ATIS ID - > 4 > 6 ENTER OPTIONAL FREE TXT [ ] [ ] A/C TYPE < A330 9 FORMAT FOR > SEND > PRINTER RETURN TO < ACARS MENU PROCEDURE : 1. No voice readback is required. then press LSK-5R until FORMAT FOR PRINTER appear 8.4) PRE-DEPARTURE CLEARANCE (PDC) Currently.2 ACARS (A.. ACARS PREFLT MENU < PREFLIGHT ETA WEATHER REQUEST > > < REPORT 1 VOICE / DATA < ATC CONTROL VOICE < TELEX CONTACT RECEIVED < MISC MESSAGES > > > ACARS ATC REQUEST FORMAT FOR PRINTER 2 > PRE DEPARTURE < CLRNC REQUEST OCEANIC < CLRNC REQUEST ATIS < REQUEST RETURN TO < ACARS MENU ACARS PDC REQUEST 3 5 ORG / DEST <.55 - .q GAxxx). If the clerance is not accepted by flight crew. Press LSK-2L for PDC REQUEST PAGE 3. Press LSK-4L for ATC REQUEST PAGE 2. the Flight crew shall contact ATC by voice via VHF to request ATC clearance. 2. Enter FLIGHT NUMBER as stated in the flight plan (GIAxxx or GIAxxxD are acceptable) 5.O. Please be sure that all fields are filled correctly before SEND is pressed.900 ATIS Z > > 12 10 * ACCEPT RETURN TO < ACARS MENU PRINT * ACARS REC MSGS 11 VHHH PDC 107 RETURN TO < ACARS MENU NOTE : 1.5. Check the ORG/DEST 4. Press LSK-1L TO receive PDC message(s) 12. 6. if display FORMAT FOR MCDU. Enter GATE NUMBER with the actual gate number 6. contact ATC by voice for new clearance. 5. Check LSK-5R FORMAT FOR PRINTER is on display. Press LSK-5L TO ACCEPT your Departure Clearance Request 7 8 ACARS PREFLT MENU < PREFLIGHT ETA WEATHER REQUEST ACARS MSG DISPLAY01/02 > VHHH PDC 107 CLD 0726 080406 VHHH PDC 107 GIA863 CLRD TO WIII OFF 07R VIA OCEAN > < REPORT VOICE / DATA < ATC CONTROL VOICE < TELEX CONTACT RECEIVED < MISC MESSAGES 2A > SQUAWK A9999 NEXT FREQ 129. Do not fill flight number with 2 digits of prefix (e.... FRG OVERRIDING 2. BOM.M 1./ . 4.

TIM) FUEL SUPPLIER TWO LETTER CODE PERTAMINA PT TIMIKA TIM WABP FREEPORT FP SINGAPORE SIN WSSS EXXON EX SAIGON SGN VVTS COSMO OIL CO KUALA LUMPUR KUL WMKK SHELL SH BANGKOK BKK VTBD EXXON EX HONG KONG HKG VHHH PETRO CHINA PC CANTON CAN ZGGG COSMO OIL CO PEKING BJS ZBAA COSMO OIL CO SHANGHAI PVG ZSPD COSMO OIL CO PERTH PER YPPH SHELL SH DARWIN DRW YPDN SHELL SH MELBOURNE MEL YMML AIR BP BP SYDNEY SYD YSSY AIR BP BP TOKYO NRT RJAA COSMO OIL CO NAGOYA NGO RJGG COSMO OIL CO OSAKA KIX RJBB COSMO OIL CO SEOUL ICN RKSI HYUNDAI HY JEDDAH JED OEJN APSCO AP RIYADH RUH OERK ARAMCO AR B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01JUN 10 :3 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .O.4) LIST OF FUEL SUPPLIER CITY IATA CODE ICAO CODE DOMESTIC (excl.5. BOM.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.M 1. FRG OVERRIDING ACARS (A.56 - .

B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01JUN 10 :3 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .O. BOM.A.M 4.2.57 - .2. FRG OVERRIDING TAKE OFF SPEED .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.

QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. FRG OVERRIDING B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 JUN 10 :3 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .58 - . BOM.

0 87.5 -3300 0.5 71.5 -2300 -0.0 79.5 2.5 74.M VOL 4.84/290) Flaps Up.8 1.0 -3500 0.5 +6700 4.5 -1700 0.8 4.0 81.0 +2400 10.2 3.5 85.0 77.5 +3500 11.9.0 94.0 +2000 5.0 88.5 67.0 +800 4.5 +2900 200 250 WEIGHT (1000 KG) 300 350 390 2.2 1. %n1 for Level flight PRESSURE ALTITUDE (FT) 40000 35000 30000 20000 10000 SEA LEVEL PITCH ATT % N1 PITCH ATT % N1 PITCH ATT % N1 PITCH ATT % N1 PITCH ATT % N1 PITCH ATT % N1 Descent (.7 4.8 1.1) 1.5 -3900 -2.0 1.0 -1600 2.5 +5900 14.0 85. FLIGHT WITH UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED / TURBULENT AIR PENETRATION Altitude and/or vertical speed indications may also be unreliable.9 3. Set Max Climb Thrust PRESSURE ALTITUDE (FT) 40000 35000 30000 20000 10000 SEA LEVEL PITCH ATT V/S (FT/MIN) PITCH ATT V/S (FT/MIN) PITCH ATT V/S (FT/MIN) PITCH ATT V/S (FT/MIN) PITCH ATT V/S (FT/MIN) PITCH ATT V/S (FT/MIN) 200 250 WEIGHT (1000 KG) 300 350 390 4.5 -1600 -2.0 +2100 7.4 3.0 +1000 7. Set Idle Thrust PRESSURE ALTITUDE (FT) 40000 35000 30000 20000 10000 SEA LEVEL PITCH ATT % N1 PITCH ATT % N1 PITCH ATT % N1 PITCH ATT % N1 PITCH ATT % N1 PITCH ATT % N1 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :4 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . FRG OVERRIDING PERFORMANCE INFLIGHT (A.0 -2500 -1.5 69.0 69.7 2.5 -2200 -2.5 91.0 +1900 9.5 3.4 5.5 +4100 4.4 3.5 90.9 3.5 62.0 82.5 +3000 5.5 -2100 2.0 -2100 1. BOM.5 67.5 -2000 -0.6 3.0 +1600 11.0 +2900 11 +3400 5.3 2.0 +1600 9.5 -1500 Cruise (.0 -3100 -1.0 88.2 2.6 200 250 WEIGHT (1000 KG) 300 350 390 -1. Climb (290/.5 64.84) Flaps Up.0 -2000 -2.59- .3 5.0 +2900 7.0 +600 5.0 +1200 5.6 3.O.0 -1800 2.0 +300 10 +4500 12-5 +5200 4.0 +700 7.0 -1800 -0.3 1.3 4.9 2.5 -1800 -1.3 4.0 -1600 0.84/290) Flaps Up.5 -1900 0.5 74.0 -2100 0.1 2.5 59.0 92.5 -3300 1.5 101.0 +2500 9.5 -1500 -0.0 +1500 7.5 -3000 -2.8 4.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.0 84.5 -1800 1.0 -1500 1.5 76.0 96.5 -3000 -3.0 +1700 4.

3 143 2 58.7 182 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :3 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .0 233 7.9 188 7 64.4 205 Final Approach (1500 FT) Gear Down.5 81.1 179 9 85.3 209 7.0 213 8 81.5 58.5 77.5 199 8 78.5 80.5 239 FLAPS 1 PITCH ATT (VREF30+60) % N1 (GEAR UP) KIAS 6.3 184 8 73.5 73.6 219 7.4 269 7 69.5 154 7.7 203 2 72.0 169 7.8 183 7.5 206 9 90.5 59.0 242 350 390 5.5 68.5 90.9 138 7.6 204 FLAPS 5 PITCH ATT (VREF30+40) % N1 (GEAR UP) KIAS 7.5 62.6 229 8.4 249 7.7 208 6.8 196 7.5 74.6 208 5.3 224 6.2 138 1 65.9 226 8 82.2 266 5. FRG OVERRIDING Flight With Unreliable Airspeed / Turbulent Air Penetration Altitude and/or vertical speed indications may also be unreliable.2 168 1 74.7 164 8. %N1 for Level Flight WEIGHT (1000 KG) PRESSURE ALTITUDE (FT) 200 250 300 PITCH ATT % N1 KIAS 10000 5. %N1 for 3° Glideslope FLAPS POSITION (VREF + INCREMENT) 200 250 WEIGHT (1000 KG) 300 350 FLAPS 25 (VREF25+10) PITCH ATT % N1 KIAS 2 53.5 78.8 159 2 63.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.5 77.7 246 7.5 74.4 224 5.1 168 FLAPS 10 PITCH ATT (VREF30+20) % N1 (GEAR UP) KIAS FLAPS 20 PITCH ATT (VREF30+10) % N1 (GEAR DOWN) KIAS 4000 410 6 71.5 62.0 70.2 148 8.2 154 1 70.2 283 Terminal Area(5000) %N1 for Level Flight WEIGHT (1000 KG) 300 350 FLAPS POSITION (VREF + INCREMENT) 200 250 FLAPS UP PITCH ATT (VREF30+80) % N1 (GEAR UP) KIAS 5 56.8 253 6.5 86.5 94.5 75.0 189 FLAPS 30 (VREF30+10) PITCH ATT % N1 KIAS 0.7 175 2 68.60- .5 95.8 266 6. BOM.0 65.6 193 9 89.5 67.6 199 4000 410 2 71.5 59.5 69.5 76.5 75. Holding (VREF30+80) Flaps Up.

7 .5 102.5 103.4.2 98.6 .2 97.1 102.5 101.2 102.1 103.0 101.5 95.8 101.4 % N1 Adjustments for Engine Bleed BLEED CONFIGURATION ENGINE ANTI ICE ON ENGINE & WING ANTI ICE ON PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 FT ) 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 .1.6 .4 99.8 100.6 90.6 95.2 104.1 104.6 .2 97.2 103.8 .0 .5 105.9 99.8 102.3 104.6 93.8 103.2 98.1 101.0.6 104.6 103.0 104.0 105.2 104.1 101.9 02.1 100.8 105.4 103.1.0 94.0.5 105.6 105.61- .1 95.1 102.9 .9 103.4 99.2.4 100.6 101.7 .8 103.1.6 101.2 PRESSUE ALTITUDE (1000 FT0 / SPEED (KIAS OR MACH) 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 340 340 340 340 340 0.6 101.9 96.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.9 .0.5 .7 103.3 103.8 103.6 94.5 97.84 0.1 101.2 .0 101.8 103.9.4 101.6 102.3 100.7 104.9 102.84 101.5 91.6 95.7 104. BOM.9 103.1.3 104.9 102.1.3 105.0 94.8 97.1 101.6 93.1 105.9 102.9 101.1 93.9 102.7 101.8 101.0 88.7 99.1 .6 105.2 99.0.3 103.0 3.9 89.6 99.7 102.3 99.3 92.0 101.2 98.2 96.0 100.9 100.5 -.9 105.5 104.1 103.1 100.5 98. VREF (KIAS) FLAPS WEIGHT (10000 KG) 30 25 400 380 360 340 320 300 280 260 240 184 179 174 168 163 157 152 146 140 192 187 181 176 170 164 158 152 146 220 200 133 127 139 132 END 4.1 99.5 100.7 99.3 103.3.2 105.84 100.1.4 93.3 92.0 106.4 100.7 98.4 101. MAX CLIMB % N1 TAT (C) 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 -5 -10 -15 -20 -25 -30 -35 -40 0 340 99.05 .1.1.8 91.1 99.3 103.0.3 87.8 92.5 96.0.8 90.7 104.1 102.1 102.1 94.0 95.7 104.0.9 100.1 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .0 .6 102.3 102.84 0.3 99.1 .2 93.0 .0 98.4 96.9 104.3 .6 104.8 95.7 104.7 102.4 99.4 102.2.1 100. FRG OVERRIDING 2.0 102.1 100.9 103.0 .1 87.9 102.4 96.7 89.4 103.2 101.8 45 0.3 97.

FRG OVERRIDING PERFORMANCE INFLIGHT (A.O.9. NON-NORMAL CONFIGURATION LANDING DISTANCE a. B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 JUN10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .2) 1.22 sec flare time) Assumed max manual breaking and maximum available reverse thrust.M VOL III 4. Dry Runway LANDING DISTANCE AND ASJUSTMENT (FT) LANDING CONFIGURATION VREF REF DIST WT ADJ ALT ADJ WIND ADJ PER 10 KTS SLOPE ADJ PER 1% TEMP ADJ PER 10C APP SPD ADJ 250 TON LANDING WEIGHT PER 5 TON ABOVE/ BELOW 250TON PER 1000FT ABOVE SEA LEVEL HEAD/ TAIL DOWN HILL/ UPHILL ABV ISA/ BLW ISA PER10 KTS ABV VREF REVERSE THRUST ADJ TWO REV NO REV AIR/GROUND LOGIC IN AIR MODE FLAPS 30 VREF30 4150 70/ -70 150 -220/ 730 110/ -90 130/ -130 580 ANTI-SKID INOPERATIVE FLAPS 30 VREF30 5920 120/ -110 290 -400/ 1440 320/ -250 220/ -190 560 790 1970 ASYMMETRIC/ SPLIT TRAILING EDGE FLAPS FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 25 4420 70/ -60 170 -210/ 680 80/ -70 150/ -140 440 220 480 FLAPS UP VREF30+ 70 6160 210/ -110 410 -310/ 1270 140/ -120 320/ -280 690 500 1150 JAMMED STABILIZER FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 20 4050 90/ -60 160 -200/ 670 70/ -70 140/ -130 360 190 430 LEADING EDGE FLAPS INOP FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 25 4290 90/ -70 160 -210/ 680 80/ -70 140/ -130 390 210 460 ONE BODY GEAR UP FLAPS 30 VREF30 3620 100/ -80 150 -220/ 740 90/ -80 130/ -120 370 210 480 ONE WING GEAR UP FLAPS 30 VREF30 3660 100/ -70 160 -220/ 710 90/ -80 130/ -120 390 220 500 TWO WING GEAR UP FLAPS 30 VREF30 4360 150/ -110 270 -280/ 1290 160/ -140 200/ -150 570 400 940 TWO HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS INOP FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 20 4820 80/ -80 210 -230/ 740 120/ -110 170/ -150 640 350 810 REVERSER UNLOCKED FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 20 4220 100/ -70 160 -210/ 700 90/ -80 140/ -130 390 230 Actual (unfactored) distance are shown Includes distance from 50 ft above threshold (4. BOM.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.62- .

QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. BOM. B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 JUN10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .22 sec flare time) Assumed max manual breaking and maximum available reverse thrust. FRG OVERRIDING b.63- . Good Reporting Breaking Action LANDING DISTANCE AND ASJUSTMENT (FT) LANDING CONFIGURATION VREF REF DIST WT ADJ ALT ADJ WIND ADJ PER 10 KTS SLOPE ADJ PER 1% TEMP ADJ PER 10C APP SPD ADJ 250 TON LANDING WEIGHT PER 5 TON ABOVE/ BELOW 250TON PER 1000FT ABOVE SEA LEVEL HEAD/ TAIL DOWN HILL/ UPHILL ABV ISA/ BLW ISA PER10 KTS ABV VREF REVERSE THRUST ADJ TWO REV NO REV AIR/GROUND LOGIC IN AIR MODE FLAPS 30 VREF30 5820 90/ -90 220 -340/ 1140 290/ -230 200/ -180 760 ANTI-SKID INOPERATIVE FLAPS 30 VREF30 5910 110/ -100 290 -400/ 1440 320/ -250 220/ -190 560 790 1970 ASYMMETRIC/ SPLIT TRAILING EDGE FLAPS FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 25 5590 90/ -90 250 -290/ 990 160/ -140 200/ -180 500 500 1180 FLAPS UP VREF30+ 70 100/ -110 340 -330/ 1110 200/ -180 280/ -250 520 800 1900 JAMMED STABILIZER FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 20 5260 80/ -80 230 -280/ 970 160/ -140 190/ -170 490 470 1100 LEADING EDGE FLAPS INOP FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 25 5550 90/ -90 250 -290/ 990 170/ -150 200/ -180 510 520 1220 ONE BODY GEAR UP FLAPS 30 VREF30 4380 70/ -70 190 -260/ 910 140/ -120 150/ -140 480 340 790 ONE WING GEAR UP FLAPS 30 VREF30 4670 80/ -80 210 -280/ 950 160/ -140 170/ -150 560 430 1010 TWO WING GEAR UP FLAPS 30 VREF30 4400 140/ -70 270 -280/ 1290 160/ -140 200/ -150 570 400 940 TWO HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS INOP FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 20 6130 100/ -100 300 -320/ 1080 230/ -200 230/ -200 700 780 1960 REVERSER UNLOCKED FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 20 5690 90/ -90 230 -310/ 1040 200/ -170 200/ -180 550 7710 630 Actual (unfactored) distance are shown Includes distance from 50 ft above threshold (4.

BOM.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. FRG OVERRIDING c. Medium Reporting Breaking Action LANDING DISTANCE AND ASJUSTMENT (FT) LANDING CONFIGURATION VREF REF DIST WT ADJ ALT ADJ WIND ADJ PER 10 KTS SLOPE ADJ PER 1% TEMP ADJ PER 10C APP SPD ADJ 250 TON LANDING WEIGHT PER 5 TON ABOVE/ BELOW 250TON PER 1000FT ABOVE SEA LEVEL HEAD/ TAIL DOWN HILL/ UPHILL ABV ISA/ BLW ISA PER10 KTS ABV VREF REVERSE THRUST ADJ TWO REV NO REV AIR/GROUND LOGIC IN AIR MODE FLAPS 30 VREF30 8720 150/ -150 340 -560/ 1950 880/ -610 320/ -260 950 ANTI-SKID INOPERATIVE FLAPS 30 VREF30 7510 150/ -140 400 -590/ 2310 840/ -500 290/ -240 610 1520 4200 ASYMMETRIC/ SPLIT TRAILING EDGE FLAPS FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 25 7100 130/ -130 360 -420/ 1520 360/ -280 270/ -240 550 1060 2680 FLAPS UP VREF30+ 70 10280 170/ -170 550 -500/ 1750 480/ -390 410/ -350 640 1920 5100 JAMMED STABILIZER FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 20 6900 130/ -130 350 -420/ 1520 370/ -290 270/ -230 570 1080 2780 LEADING EDGE FLAPS INOP FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 25 7250 130/ -130 370 -430/ 1550 380/ -300 280/ -240 590 1170 3020 ONE BODY GEAR UP FLAPS 30 VREF30 5780 120/ -120 290 -390/ 1430 330/ -260 220/ -190 550 810 2030 ONE WING GEAR UP FLAPS 30 VREF30 6080 120/ -120 320 -410/ 1480 370/ -280 230/ -200 620 950 2440 TWO WING GEAR UP FLAPS 30 VREF30 5830 120/ -110 290 -400/ 1440 330/ -260 220/ -190 560 830 2090 TWO HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS INOP FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 20 7820 150/ -150 440 -460/ 1640 480/ -370 320/ -270 750 1590 4390 REVERSER UNLOCKED FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 20 7890 140/ -140 370 -480/ 1690 520/ -400 300/ -260 660 1700 Actual (unfactored) distance are shown Includes distance from 50 ft above threshold (4.22 sec flare time) Assumed max manual breaking and maximum available reverse thrust.64- . B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 JUN10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .

22 sec flare time) Assumed max manual breaking and maximum available reverse thrust. FRG OVERRIDING d.65- .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. Poor Reporting Breaking Action LANDING DISTANCE AND ASJUSTMENT (FT) LANDING CONFIGURATION VREF REF DIST WT ADJ ALT ADJ WIND ADJ PER 10 KTS SLOPE ADJ PER 1% TEMP ADJ PER 10C APP SPD ADJ 250 TON LANDING WEIGHT PER 5 TON ABOVE/ BELOW 250TON PER 1000FT ABOVE SEA LEVEL HEAD/ TAIL DOWN HILL/ UPHILL ABV ISA/ BLW ISA PER10 KTS ABV VREF REVERSE THRUST ADJ TWO REV NO REV AIR/GROUND LOGIC IN AIR MODE FLAPS 30 VREF30 13020 210/ -200 520 -960/ 3480 3040/ -1470 490/ -320 1090 ANTI-SKID INOPERATIVE FLAPS 30 VREF30 11010 180/ -120 540 -1160/ 6020 4940/ -1480 400/ -180 650 3600 1206 ASYMMETRIC/ SPLIT TRAILING EDGE FLAPS FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 25 8750 170/ -160 480 -610/ 2400 880/ -530 340/ -280 580 1860 5170 FLAPS UP VREF30+ 70 12980 240/ -230 800 -730/ 2770 1180/ -750 550/ -430 730 3650 11210 JAMMED STABILIZER FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 20 8710 170/ -160 490 -620/ 2430 930/ -560 350/ -280 630 2030 5820 LEADING EDGE FLAPS INOP FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 25 9110 180/ -170 520 -630/ 2460 960/ -580 370/ -290 640 2160 6230 ONE BODY GEAR UP FLAPS 30 VREF30 7390 150/ -140 400 -580/ 2300 850/ -510 290/ -240 600 1560 4310 ONE WING GEAR UP FLAPS 30 VREF30 7670 160/ -150 430 -600/ 2350 910/ -540 300/ -250 650 1750 4940 TWO WING GEAR UP FLAPS 30 VREF30 7470 150/ -140 410 -590/ 2320 870/ -510 290/ -240 620 1610 4400 TWO HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS INOP FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 20 9650 200/ -190 600 -670/ 2570 1100/ -670 400/ -320 770 2750 8510 REVERSER UNLOCKED FLAPS 25 VREF30+ 20 190/ -190 540 -750/ 2820 1450/ -830 420/ -320 740 10560 3790 Actual (unfactored) distance are shown Includes distance from 50 ft above threshold (4. B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 JUN10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . BOM.

7 51.7 57.2 15.7 28.1 70.4 47.1 27.3 39.0 74.1 40.4 59.6 28.4 46.5 34.2 15.7 45.1 15 21.2 56.4 17.0 48.7 26.7 37.5 100.1 28.4 38.8 54.0 75.66- .3 48.8 21.6 21.6 30.7 29.8 40.2 14.9 53.6 70.1 22.8 19.0 24.4 To correct for wind.9 86.3 47.1 56.1 74.7 37.7 83.6 26.6 44.1 78.1 23.6 39. 7 98.2 26.6 55.9 35.5 72.9 40 19.6 44. enter table with the brakes on speed minus one half the headwind or plus 1.0 43.0 35.2 64.6 23.2 37.6 29.8 35.9 57.9 65.0 36.2 62.6 42.9 28.7 21.7 33.5 52.3 79.1 60.4 26.2 30.3 79.5 54.2 50.9 32.3 57.8 69.7 51.7 70.7 60 15.0 67.1 96.0 24.7 52.3 44.1 34.1 65.1 23.1 74.2 63.9 41.5 40 24.7 49.7 0 16.9 49.2 0 14.0 24.3 34. and enter the table at sea level and 15°C.9 94.6 35.9 44.2 40 17.0 23.8 41.8 46.7 58.2 31.5 53. FRG OVERRIDING 2.7 22.7 23.4 93.4 82.0 75.0 44.5 15.9 39.5 31.4 54.6 71.3 40.3 20 21.3 16.2 26.4 67.4 39.9 53.9 47.4 44.6 38.3 63.6 32.1 58.6 55.9 40.1 84.6 35. altitude.4 72.4 79.5 64.4 65.9 87.4 13.1 27.9 83.1 43.7 29.9 67.4 50.1 63.3 46.8 50.1 57.7 22.2 25.3 20 23.6 41.8 59.9 30.8 70.1 28.2 26.2 65.9 73.9 32.2 26.2 36.3 40.8 57.8 31. B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 JUN10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .5 40.4 46.6 20 15.1 29.7 54.6 53.0 16.6 76.0 34.1 17.4 26.7 73.5 58.1 38.9 83.2 26.1 75.5 59.8 56.9 69.0 84.5 50.8 55.4 14.2 44.6 48.2 31.1 46.8 67.1 16.4 30.5 28.9 53.2 21.9 58.5 43.1 17.1 32.5 19.0 24.6 37.6 56.4 65.5 91.0 40.4 26.1 18.2 51.6 50.4 52.7 32.6 43.3 70.7 22.6 62.4 53.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.4 77.0 44.9 59.2 48.8 21.7 25.2 104.0 52.8 23.6 73.8 50.7 93.1 62.2 49.9 29.0 49.7 88.7 48.1 66.2 35.8 35.4 96.5 72.0 20 17.4 25.2 26.2 34.0 27.0 39.6 36.0 45.4 81. and OAT effects.9 45.9 58.2 29.6 20.3 56.1 32.5 35.9 20.8 40 22.0 51.5 46.0 64.9 66.9 25.5 81.2 78.6 99.0 86.5 38.5 19.9 29.1 14.3 50.8 4 8 0 20.6 30.4 15 14.8 66.7 20.9 37.9 20 13.0 42.7 32.7 92.7 97.1 24.7 27.1 25.7 60 24.5 times the tailwind.9 70.2 60 22.6 31.1 19.6 56.4 20.9 87.8 34.3 18.0 24.6 40 15.9 50.5 41.9 20.3 31.6 36.0 14.3 61.5 44.7 22.6 39.2 81.6 72.0 36.5 64.4 42.8 20.0 39.7 54.9 25.0 39.7 56.1 58.9 82.8 67.1 33.0 22.8 44.9 60 17.1 24.9 57.4 37.5 14.0 42.8 33.6 27. BOM.3 59.1 77.4 36.4 16.5 39.6 0 12.6 69.3 79.5 30.7 31.2 60 13.1 20.3 29.4 33.8 29.0 49.0 67.0 23.7 39.5 23.2 38.9 22.6 60.5 72.4 49.6 89.1 24.8 68.6 48.1 35.5 71.5 79.3 55. RECOMMENDED BRAKE COOLING SCHEDULE Reference Brake Energy per Brake (Millions of Foot Pounds) 80 WEIGHT OAT (1000 KG) (C) 450 400 350 300 250 200 BRAKES ON SPEED (KIAS) 120 140 100 160 180 PRESS ALT PRESS ALT PRESS ALT PRESS ALT PRESS ALT PRESS ALT 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 8 4 8 4 8 4 8 4 8 0 22.0 66.0 94.0 45.3 18.9 33.8 31.4 45.7 29.2 56.3 19.8 41.3 23.3 34.3 42.8 30.0 52.1 47.4 34.5 17.5 15 23.8 18.0 15.3 71.8 67.5 21.4 87. If ground speed is used for brakes on speed.9 89.6 36.2 62.9 52.3 36.6 36.4 42.1 47.0 70.3 15 16.4 28.3 42.7 18.0 41.4 20 19.2 22.8 21.0 33.1 34.4 51.5 15 18.4 59.0 35.3 40.5 50.4 18.2 78.9 49.2 26.4 74.1 24.2 61.6 38.0 25.7 82.3 37.5 33.8 16.4 107.4 83.0 20.5 28.5 79.3 78.8 45.0 20.9 40 13.2 19.9 47.9 60 19.6 63.5 39.3 36.8 62.4 41.2 22.8 46.9 66.1 56.3 17.8 28. ignore wind.0 74.1 38.7 25.6 25.0 61.0 56.3 58.7 81.4 51.1 50.0 85.2 18.3 52.2 91.1 25.4 79.1 38.0 43.8 48.2 62.2 43.1 62.1 31.4 24.8 30.5 39.4 55.7 60.7 32.5 48.6 28.8 89.4 0 18.3 33.2 60.2 75.4 25.1 90.1 42.2 77.7 43.3 15 13.4 73.0 27.3 20.4 86.2 15.8 26.0 33.3 63.5 47.7 63.0 43.9 70.4 43.5 45.6 70.9 44.2 47.5 86.0 99.1 55.

3 24.0 20 11.4 52.2 80 60.2 4.6 60 43. END 4.8 66. Energy is assumed to be equally distributed among the operating brakes.2 19.6 40.5 24.9. If overheat occurs after takeoff.0 1.0 million foot pounds for each taxi mile.6 50 39. BOM.6 22.2 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 JUN10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .3 56.7 11.7 38.4 52.3 27.0 12.5 15.5 4.8 33.0 70 58.8 28.3 90 68.4 15.9 12.4 35.5 3.1 21. extend gear soon for at least 12 minutes. increase brake energy by 15 percent.3 60 48.0 56.4 38. Brake temperature monitor system (BTMS) indication on EICAS may be used 10 to 15 minutes after airplane has come to a complete stop.1 12.67- .8 47. wheel.5 17.8 38. clear runway immediately.2 30. ADJUSTED BRAKE ENERGY PER BRAKE (MILLIONS OF FOOT POUNDS) No Reverse Thrust REFERENCE BRAKE ENERGY PER BRAKE(MILLIONS OF FOOT POUND) LANDING EVEN RTO MAX MAN MAX MAN MAX AUTO AUTOBRAKE 4 AUTOBRAKE 4 AUTOBRAKE 4 AUTOBRAKE 4 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 10 4.0 4. to determine recommended cooling schedule.3 14.4 18.0 37. or inflight with gear retracted.4 10. increase brake energy by 7 percent.4 0.6 9.7 40 27.1 80 67. and brake replacement may be required.2 8. Total energy is the sum of residual energy plus energy added. extend gear soon for at least 8 minutes.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.1 9. Do not attempt to taxi for one hour.4 11.8 30 19.7 40 30.6 64.1 35.7 14.8 45.8 19.5 16.6 3. When in fuse plug melt zone. For one brake deactivated.8 30.1 70 51.4 65.4 33.5 90 77.8 29. If overheat occurs after takeoff. When in caution zone.1 39.6 9.7 30.0 75.6 7. wheel fuse plugs may melt.5 3. Tire.4 25.5 71.7 1.2 3.0 47.8 37.6 18.6 3. For two brakes deactivated.5 46.1 20 12. Delay takeoff and inspect after one hour.7 57. Add 1.2 10.9 19.7 24.9 27.3 52.8 24.7 61.1 55.3 31.6 23. FRG OVERRIDING 3.9 30. do not set parking brake.6 7.9 46.9 6.4 48.8 61.5 Cooling Time (Minutes) ADJUSTED BRAKE ENERGY PER BRAKE (MILLIONS OF FOOT POUNDS) 15 & BELOW 16 20 24 28 32 34 35 TO 45 45 & ABOVE INFLIGHT GERA DOWN GROUND BTMS NO SPECIAL PROCEDURE REQUIRED UP TO 2 1 3 5 6 8 8 10 2 28 2 42 3 55 4 65 4 70 4 CAUTION FUSE FLUG MELT ZONE 5 TO 6 7 & ABOVE Observe maximum quick turnaround limit.9 45. Table shows energy per brake added by a single stop with all brakes operating.6 30 21.0 43.4 Four Engines Reverse Thrust REFERENCE BRAKE ENERGY PER BRAKE(MILLIONS OF FOOT POUND) LANDING EVEN RTO MAX MAN MAX MAN MAX AUTO AUTOBRAKE 4 AUTOBRAKE 4 AUTOBRAKE 4 AUTOBRAKE 4 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 10 2. Unless required.2 50 35.5 18.

9 5 102.7 360 .66 100.7 104.2 103.5 104.8 37000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -50 200 .5 103.7 104.6 -35 103.7 103.6 105.8 105.5 105.8 -1.7 103.6 102.8 -20 106.4 0.3 104.9 -40 102.5 240 .5 103.6 -1.5 -25 105.4 280 . FRG OVERRIDING PERFORMANCE INFLIGHT (A.6 103.2 104.8 33000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -45 200 .5 -40 102.79 100.4 0.0 -1.5 -25 105.5 106.6 102.8 102.7 -40 102.7 104.6 107.63 100.3 106.0 106.82 98.0 106.9 103.4 TAT (°C) -15 -10 106.0 280 .63 102.6 103.89 96.55 101.7 101.8 105.5 101.6 101.0 104.3 107.8 105.58 101.1 TAT (°C) -10 -5 108.3 -1.6 103.9 -5 104.4 103.3 103.8 -30 104.1 105.9 -1.3 105.6 -45 101.8 106.8 98.7 103.0 102.89 97.65 101.1 -1.5 -2.6 -15 107.2 106.8 105.8 0 103.1 104.9 106.5 105.6 PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 FT) 31 33 35 37 0.7 100.9 107.9 102.5 105. BOM.8 107.9 -2.5 280 .0 -20 106.1 101.1 -2.4 102.6 100.8 104.5 -20 106.5 104.3 103.7 10 100.6 99.8 105.60 100.5 98.6 103.2 100.6 -20 106.6 98.8 104.4 105.1 101.4 240 .2 99.7 104.68 - .8 104.3 105.6 100.53 102.4 104.5 102.7 103.8 103.9 102.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.7 104.5 31000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -45 200 .1 102.3 103.6 104.6 5 104.6 102.6 102.9 -35 103.0 105.6 101.2 103.4 106.6 103.9 106.9 -45 101.7 103.6 -25 105.4 102.6 104.68 101.9 103.8 105.7 101.3 TAT (°C) -15 -10 106.5 -30 104.6 104.6 102.9 106.4 107.5 -5 105.7 103.5 100.8 -25 105.91 96.9 108.8 102.3 320 .9 15 102.4 240 .5 39 0.7 104.85 97.0 -25 105.4 99.0 -30 104.72 101.8 106.1 105.1 107.8 0 106.4 98.9 -35 103.4 -10 108.2 103.2 TAT (°C) -15 -10 106.2 TAT (°C) -5 0 108.9 105.0 -20 106.6 102.0 107.8 106.5 101.6 103.7 35000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -50 200 .3) ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE Max Continuous %N1 39000 FT to 29000 FT Pressure Altitudes Based on engine bleed for 3 packs on 39000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -50 200 .9 10 105.74 100.6 102.82 98.5 0.5 -45 101.6 103.7 99.9 106.4 106.5 -15 107.7 105.3 104.5 99.0 107.2 TAT (°C) -10 -5 107.7 104.8 102.2 105.4 104.1 -5 104.5 101.5 -15 107.5 -20 106.8 97.9 106.7 100.8 105.0 105.O.1 97.6 102.7 105.5 101.6 -0.3 104.9 103.8 -40 102.0 105.6 105.71 100.4 -0.3 5 102.6 280 .5 99.4 106.7 103.4 5 105.6 320 .6 102.M VOL III 4.4 103.5 101.5 -35 103.8 104.9 -40 102.1 98.4 103.6 240 .6 106.7 104.3 0 104.7 101.5 320 .8 104.2 103.4 104.8 106.3 10 104.3 104.7 103.7 -35 103.6 102.8 106.4 105.4 0 105.4 104.9 107.4 102.9 107.86 97.7 99.7 102.6 102.9 -30 104.0 104.9.9 107.8 105.5 29000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -40 200 .78 100.7 105.76 100.8 104.5 -30 104.4 280 .9 -25 105.5 100.5 -35 103.9 %N1 Adjustments for Engine Bleed BLEED CONFIGURATION PACKS OFF ENGINE ANTI-ICE ON ENGINE & WING ANTI-ICE ON 29 0.8 105.7 104.6 -30 104.8 -1.4 240 .6 104.5 5 101.9 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .5 102.4 0 103.5 5 106.8 102.8 105.5 240 .5 280 .

87 97.2 103.2 103.82 97.4 %N1 Adjustments for Engine Bleed BLEED CONFIGURATION PACKS OFF ENGINE ANTI-ICE ON ENGINE & WING ANTI-ICE ON 18 0.4 100.7 104.7 100.9 104.1 -5 108.9 104.6 -1.1 104.8 103.7 104.1 103.8 103.9 104.4 105.5 -20 106.4 103.4 -10 108.84 97.5 320 .1 TAT (°C) 5 10 106.9 22000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -30 200 .7 240 .8 106.0 106.8 103.2 102.2 30 102.9 103.4 -1.0 104.8 360 .9 5 106.7 104.2 101.1 105.2 105.8 104.2 103.9 102.66 100.4 100.8 104.9 104.9 104.6 104.74 99.4 103.8 -1.7 103.7 102.1 100.3 99.7 280 .60 100.4 -0.9 30 99.5 103.9 102.6 104.2 25000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -35 200 .3 106.8 106.9 107.2 105.0 104.9 103.4 105.9 102.7 105.1 104.9 20 103.5 20 100.72 96.6 280 .7 102.0 20000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -25 200 .3 104.1 105.5 102.6 102.2 100.1 280 .9 104.7 99.8 105.65 97.8 105.7 104.3 103.3 105.7 -10 108.4 97.1 280 .4 -15 107.0 -25 105.0 0 107.56 103.0 105.2 99.57 99.7 103.2 103.5 -30 104.76 97.9 103.6 104.5 -25 105.1 103.5 106.3 98.9 107.0 105.8 104.5 98.6 320 .3 106.6 104.2 102.8 104.7 105.69 101.3 -25 105.3 103.4 -0.1 102.2 104.4 103.9 -15 105.4 0.8 105.4 105.2 280 . FRG OVERRIDING Max Continuous %N1 27000 FT to 18000 FT Pressure Altitudes Based on engine bleed for 3 packs on 27000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -35 200 .3 104.2 104.2 99.3 15 105.4 360 .9 103.8 106.3 -20 103.2 -10 105.5 0 107.5 -20 104.7 104.8 25 102.3 102.9 104.3 101.2 -15 107.3 99.9 103.1 104.0 20 102.2 103.7 102.2 106.9 108.2 101.8 103.6 104.7 103.2 103.3 105.9 104.5 101.7 102.3 24000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -30 200 .3 105.7 -0.6 101.0 107.3 -5 108.6 320 .8 106.8 104.7 103.0 101.1 104.5 105.7 -5 107.62 100.1 -5 106.5 103.4 -1.0 105.9 107.0 104.4 103.6 104.79 99.0 102.6 99.7 104.4 105.7 102.4 TAT (°C) 0 5 107.9 25 104.0 105.8 103.3 102.6 101.5 104.1 104.3 99.1 104.7 102.8 103.5 104.6 103.6 103.2 -20 106.7 98.4 20 104.3 102.7 10 105.0 102.6 103.1 TAT (°C) 10 15 105.1 103.4 0.9 102.47 104.1 104.4 105.6 0 107.71 98.3 97.5 105.8 -10 106.2 106.8 107.4 99.3 98.5 15 104.45 104.8 106.6 102.5 240 .51 102.4 -0.5 104.9 106.8 103.7 TAT (°C) 5 10 106.2 100.6 0 106.0 103.9 103.1 100.4 105.4 98.3 320 .5 102.68 98.8 102.9 101.5 15 104.4 103.2 103.9 102.9 103.4 101.8 102.2 102.4 102.5 102.6 106.8 -10 108.8 105.0 240 .6 103.2 103.2 101.3 106.4 320 .5 100.0 101.8 -15 107.9 104.3 100.1 101.3 360 .9 103.7 103.9 105.7 -5 108.8 104.8 -20 106.3 103.2 PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 FT) 20 22 24 25 0.6 99.2 102.6 104.7 104.57 103.54 102.6 105.2 100.4 0.9 106.7 102.5 104.0 18000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -25 200 .1 -10 108.1 104.0 103. BOM.50 103.6 100.2 20 104.75 98.6 27 0.48 103.1 107.4 104.3 104.1 107.4 25 103.5 280 .3 105.0 103.1 101.5 360 .9 103.9 105.7 0 5 107.6 240 .9 108.6 240 .9 -15 107.43 104.3 98.8 97.3 320 .5 103.5 103.2 102.4 5 106.6 20 104.9 103.69 - .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.8 -1.6 103.8 TAT (°C) -30 104.8 TAT (°C) 10 15 106.3 103.1 105.4 105.9 106.1 107.2 104.0 240 .3 -15 104.41 103.8 105.1 100.4 360 .6 -5 108.7 -0.8 106.6 100.0 102.7 102.6 102.7 102.60 103.1 105.2 106.5 99.9 106.1 101.5 100.2 101.1 102.6 Max Continuous %N1 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .65 101.1 25 99.8 104.4 -1.9 360 .9 10 105.3 105.7 101.3 104.3 104.6 103.7 -0.1 103.5 105.5 105.1 15 104.2 105.4 103.79 97.4 -25 105.4 104.8 98.7 105.9 102.1 106.49 101.9 -20 106.9 105.3 104.7 103.

4 100.2 35 101.3 25 102.6 99.2 102.9 35 101.0 102.6 103.2 102.9 102.9 101.1 TAT (°C) 20 25 102.6 101.0 102.3 98.3 97.3 101.3 103.8 102.8 99.2 100.48 98.2 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .2 16 0.3 100.2 30 101.1 103.4 104.4 %N1 Adjustments for Engine Bleed BLEED CONFIGURATION PACKS OFF ENGINE ANTI-ICE ON ENGINE & WING ANTI-ICE ON 5 0.0 100.2 101.6 25 103.8 102.42 96.9 101.6 100.6 101.41 98.8 102.1 30 101.6 102.6 -0.69 360 95.0 -15 103.1 101.8 102.2 101.3 103.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.7 40 100.2 103.1 101.47 100.4 97.64 95.6 -0.3 0 102.4 360 .0 98.8 104.1 100.1 240 .3 102.2 240 .4 97.0 100.5 40 100.3 30 101.7 103.0 PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 FT) 10 12 14 0.9 103.2 102.4 5 104.4 101.2 104.2 -1.2 -0.7 TAT (°C) 15 20 103.30 97.5 101.0 102.67 95.9 0 102.8 103.8 35 100.8 100.8 102.4 0 106.6 96.3 102.2 100.8 25 102.1 320 .8 99.9 96.1 102.2 .4 240 .5 103.6 -1.7 100.8 100.5 -5 105.3 99.6 280 .8 99.4 103.9 103.5 101.2 100.3 102.0 105.70 - .3 104.5 96.50 98.6 98.2 100.3 98.7 99.5 98.2 320 .4 101.1 102.4 100.7 102.7 101.3 101.9 99.9 102.7 280 .0 102.7 102.1 102.7 -5 102.2 102.0 101.3 104.3 -10 101.7 103.4 98.8 102.0 98.6 100.3 30 102.9 101.1 97.5 99.2 -1.62 .9 100.4 101.0 -5 101.9 102.6 103.4 100.8 101.3 102.4 103.54 98.5 102.9 240 .48 95.4 101.57 97.8 103.8 103.3 100.1 97.59 97.9 5 99.8 101.9 102.55 95.1 102.0 98.36 99.6 99.0 103.2 96.6 102.4 -0.6 -1.9 102.6 10 103.1 102.1 98.5 35 100.3 102.4 103.6 104.7 100.3 99.52 98.7 14000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -20 -15 200 .7 100.5 101.1 102.4 103.8 12000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -20 -15 200 .7 280 .7 20 102.2 360 .5 101.0 98.0 102.61 96.6 102.37 100.7 103.0 101.8 20 104.6 -10 104.0 103.5 101.8 104.9 20 103.7 100.4 -5 102.9 30 102.9 102.2 102.8 96.3 103.6 360 .4 102.7 10 100.3 -10 101.7 103.0 101.9 99.8 101.2 103. FRG OVERRIDING 16000 FT to 5000 FT Pressure Altitudes Based on engine bleed for 3 packs on 16000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -25 -20 200 .3 101.6 105.6 15 101.6 102.9 101.6 103.45 99.8 100.8 99.4 TAT (°C) 5 10 106.0 100.8 103.9 104.0 103.1 102.2 0.3 280 .2 105.0 TAT (°C) 10 15 103.8 96.9 104.6 103.3 0.0 5000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -10 -5 200 .1 101.5 99.2 103.5 25 102.5 10000 FT PRESS ALT KIAS M -15 -10 200 .0 99.9 102.3 -0.6 103.6 0 103.7 99.1 99.7 102.2 104.2 103.1 97.6 103.3 101.4 102.0 103.4 100.4 101.2 102.4 100.4 105.54 97.2 240 .0 45 99.0 15 104.1 98.9 99.1 100.3 101.2 99.2 102.5 0 99.7 98.36 96.6 320 .2 98.3 102.1 100.5 -1. BOM.4 102.7 320 97.6 103.9 99.4 100.5 101.39 101.0 104.8 102.5 97.3 101.0 103.8 103.4 102.4 103.1 103.9 97.2 101.7 103.5 99.3 103.43 98.0 TAT (°C) 10 15 104.3 103.7 103.2 5 103.5 100.34 99.1 97.1 280 .3 98.9 103.8 5 102.2 101.9 320 .0 103.7 360 .0 104.5 103.8 102.4 103.7 104.

With engine and wing anti-ice on.71 - . FRG OVERRIDING 2. BOM.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. decrease altitude capability by 2400 ft. With engine bleed for one pack on. B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . DRIFTDOWN SPEED/LEVEL OFF ALTITUDE (MAX CONT’D THRUST) WEIGHT (1000 KG) START DRIFT DOWN 400 380 360 LEVEL OFF ALTITUDE (FT) LEVEL OFF OPTIMUM DRIFTDOWN SPEED (KIAS) ISA + 10C & BELOW ISA + 15C ISA + 20C 392 372 353 305 299 291 26800 28300 29700 25400 27100 28700 23600 25600 27500 333 314 294 274 255 235 216 196 284 276 268 259 249 240 230 219 31100 32500 34000 35400 36800 38400 40100 41900 30200 31700 33200 34800 36200 37800 39500 41300 29200 30700 32300 33900 35400 37100 38800 40600 340 320 300 280 260 240 220 200 Altitude reduced by 1000 ft for additional margin 3 LONG RANGE CRUISE ALTITUDE CAPABILITY (MAX CONT’D THRUST) Base on Engine Bleed for Packs On or Off PRESSURE ALTITUDE (FT) WEIGHT (1000 KG) 400 390 380 370 360 350 340 330 320 310 300 290 280 270 260 250 240 230 220 210 200 ISA + 10°C & BELOW 24800 25700 26500 27300 28100 28900 29700 30400 31200 32000 32800 33600 34300 35100 35800 36500 37300 38100 39000 39800 40700 ISA + 15°C ISA + 20°C 22100 23300 24400 25300 26200 27100 28000 28900 29700 30500 31400 32200 33100 34000 34800 35600 36400 37300 38200 39000 39900 19200 20400 21600 22700 23800 24900 26000 27000 28000 29000 29900 30800 31700 32600 33500 34400 35300 36100 37000 38000 38900 Altitude reduced by 1000 ft for additional margin. increase altitude capability by 1300 ft.

573 318 3422 80.6 .762 294 3017 90.788 280 2773 91.727 337 3986 90.772 359 4818 95.512 263 2286 92.5 .7 .1 .636 329 3707 84.810 315 3772 96.0 .741 273 2520 87.498 276 2535 71.694 360 4706 90.8 .2 .1 .7 .832 324 4310 99.5 .9 .707 360 4724 91.0 .733 307 3245 89. FRG OVERRIDING 4.0 .785 291 3020 92.661 275 2492 83.0 .0 .781 302 3267 92.608 338 3911 83.6 .671 348 4233 88.1 .521 262 2280 96.4 .6 .633 263 2248 101.2 .544 274 2500 75.479 265 2332 92.4 .0 .3 .6 .9 .1 .647 298 2964 83.824 281 3014 95.624 287 2718 81.4 .806 287 3011 93.810 263 2529 92.711 298 2987 87.0 .683 348 4245 88.0 .6 .837 286 3295 97.809 342 4552 97.8 .7 .534 274 2505 74.648 329 3717 85.599 275 2478 79.827 269 2791 95.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.770 324 3765 93.609 308 3209 81.654 338 3969 86.5 .8 .8 .0 .4 .6 .4 .0 . LONG RANGE CRUISE CONTROL (MAX CONT’D THRUST) WEIGHT (1000 KG) 400 380 360 340 320 300 280 260 240 220 200 %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 FT) 10 14 15 20 25 29 31 33 35 37 89.4 .710 328 3720 89.629 319 3460 83.6 .6 .669 309 3213 85.3 .820 292 3268 95.4 .5 .556 286 2730 76.647 360 4627 88.832 297 3544 97.740 261 2279 100.536 297 2968 76.0 .5 . BOM.555 308 3191 78.699 356 4514 90.6 .687 287 2737 85.740 285 2761 88.0 .2 .72 - .0 .7 .5 .765 283 2773 89.577 297 2963 79.0 .4 .809 275 2758 93.0 .0 .7 .713 262 2265 99.1 .790 268 2526 90.822 320 4039 97.753 316 3506 91.666 338 3979 87.766 271 2530 89.687 356 4502 89.3 .797 309 3516 94.0 .816 304 3520 95.828 309 3786 97.5 .617 319 3451 83.819 347 4835 99.1 .8 .802 298 3265 94.9 .591 328 3662 81.5 .785 331 4023 94.2 .640 356 4430 86.0 .6 .7 .4 .6 .5 .9 .8 .7 .2 .573 262 2247 100.566 286 2729 77.686 263 2256 99.598 308 3204 81.625 347 4167 85.6 .7 .9 .714 275 2504 86.5 .690 319 3463 87.3 .798 337 4282 96.759 353 4539 93.790 256 2296 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .766 259 2287 97.0 .517 287 2749 73.744 345 4262 92.588 297 2965 79.6 .

2 42.7 -24.9 -1.4 -12.5 WEIGHT AT CHECK POINT (1000 KG) 250 300 350 -0.6 0.5 36.5 4:18 38.7 -7.6 2:12 40.0 12.0 20.4 0.7 8:51 74.9 -11.8 -10.7 -12.9 12:41 96.9 -2.8 3:21 29.4 15:26 118.4 0.0 14:30 104.7 0.0 20.5 6:29 90.1 -6.0 6.1 25.0 15.9 0.4 -19.0 17.8 0.5 1:26 12.3 400 11.1 7:51 67.1 10:13 85.3 7:18 62.5 9:49 75.6 11:20 85.0 18.0 9.0 4:04 33.7 0.6 7:34 102.1 47.1 -13.4 -5.6 0.6 -3.2 2:26 20.1 47.1 2:51 25.0 9:48 125.5 43.3 6:05 51.4 12:54 95.7 11:26 93.7 46.6 48.4 -9.3 0.1 -5.9 -6.5 3:38 30.0 20.0 8:19 65.1 1:10 27.7 6:42 58.5 11:18 88.7 -17.0 20. BOM. FRG OVERRIDING 5.2 0.1 4:27 39.6 -3.3 10:56 10 14 Fuel Required Adjustment (1000 KG) REFERENCE FUEL REQUIRED (1000 KG) 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 200 -1.9 -15.3 0.8 10:26 85. LONG RANGE CRUISE DIVERSION FUEL AND TIME Long Range Cruise Diversion Fuel and Time Ground to Air Miles Conversion AIR DISTANCE (NM) HEADWIND COMPONENT (KTS) 100 692 1389 2092 2801 3518 4242 4973 5713 6460 7217 80 643 1290 1942 2598 3259 3925 4596 5273 5955 6645 60 600 1202 1808 2416 3027 3642 4260 4882 5507 6137 40 562 1126 1693 2260 2829 3401 3974 4549 5126 5706 20 530 1060 1591 2123 2656 3190 3724 4260 4796 5334 GROUND DISTANCE (NM) 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 AIR DISTANCE (NM) TAILWIND COMPONENT (KTS) 20 479 960 1440 1920 2401 2881 3361 3840 4320 4800 40 460 923 1384 1846 2308 2770 3231 3692 4152 4613 60 442 888 1333 1777 2222 2666 3110 3553 3996 4439 80 426 856 1285 1714 2143 2571 2998 3425 3852 4278 100 411 827 1241 1656 2070 2483 2896 3308 3720 4130 Reference Fuel and Time Required at Check Point AIR DIST (NM) 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 FT) 22 29 33 FUEL TIME FUEL TIME FUEL TIME FUEL TIME FUEL TIME (1000 KG) (HR:MIN) (1000 KG) (HR:MIN) (1000 KG) (HR:MIN) (1000 KG) (HR:MIN) (1000 KG) (HR:MIN) 13.8 0.2 9:01 76.1 13:43 107.3 2:16 19.6 1:15 9.0 14.2 0.4 2:42 22.2 5:24 78.5 5:47 50.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.5 -6.4 40.3 6:52 55.0 0.6 -10.7 -8.8 9:57 79.6 4:19 66.0 5:34 49.7 7:21 60.9 -22.0 20.7 31.3 48.8 3:16 53.3 5:27 44.4 1:22 10.0 3.4 8:41 114.6 19.6 12:03 96.5 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .1 45.9 8:38 70.73 - .2 -20.5 4:51 41.5 1:11 9.0 -4.0 19.9 -8.

6 228 2620 73.3 221 2430 71.1 261 3460 89.3 235 2420 88.2 288 3810 95.8 229 2300 98.7 271 3660 82.7 233 2810 84.5 221 2410 75.7 242 3050 73.4 214 2000 83.6 242 3020 86.5 251 3250 75.3 280 3880 84.9 271 3310 92.3 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .6 280 3560 93.9 224 2210 86.6 233 2820 75.8 286 4190 94.7 223 2210 81.7 271 3660 86.3 280 3940 92.4 300 4250 76. BOM.7 208 2030 70.1 273 3400 97.5 255 2890 92.0 251 2860 64.5 221 2450 67.7 228 2610 77.9.0 261 3200 66.3 251 3220 83.2 308 4580 77.6 233 2810 79.8 248 2730 96.9 208 2010 75.8 215 2000 88.7 228 2600 82.1 262 3080 90.3 280 3890 88. END 4.4 286 3900 72.2 252 2850 88.3 215 2220 73.5 246 2660 90.1 218 2050 95.0 261 3440 85.7 291 3950 101. FRG OVERRIDING 6.0 233 2410 84.5 280 3900 80.4 251 3230 87.9 296 4250 74.9 233 2530 59.3 261 3470 77.0 286 4120 81.8 208 2090 62.1 221 2200 This table includes 5% additional fuel for holding in a racetrack pattern.9 258 2980 99.3 215 2200 77.5 221 2400 80.7 286 4090 85.74 - .8 286 4120 89.6 228 2650 69.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.2 215 2270 65.4 251 3230 79.3 304 4360 99.3 227 2230 90.6 208 2060 66.9 283 3670 99. HOLDING Flaps Up WEIGHT (1000 KG) 400 380 360 340 320 300 280 260 240 220 200 %N1 KIAS FF/EN G %N1 KIAS FF/EN G %N1 KIAS FF/EN G %N1 KIAS FF/EN G %N1 KIAS FF/EN G %N1 KIAS FF/EN G %N1 KIAS FF/EN G %N1 KIAS FF/EN G %N1 KIAS FF/EN G %N1 KIAS FF/EN G %N1 KIAS FF/EN G PRESSURE ALTITUDE (FT) 1500 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 79.0 271 3680 78.6 242 3020 77.4 240 2570 62.6 233 2840 71.0 261 3440 81.5 242 3010 81.7 297 4080 97.1 277 3570 70.2 212 2010 79.1 215 2240 69.0 268 3260 68.6 237 2470 93.3 264 3140 95.2 244 2630 86.7 271 3700 91.

LANDING CLIMB LIMITS Base on engine bleed for 3 packs on and anti ice off Weight (1000 kg) AIRPORT OAT(C) 55 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10&BELOW -2000 -1000 320 340 355 370 383 383 383 383 383 383 300 332 349 364 380 383 383 383 383 383 0 1000 299 325 343 358 373 382 382 382 382 382 285 310 332 348 362 377 377 377 377 377 AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE (FT) 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 270 295 320 336 350 365 372 372 372 372 279 303 321 336 350 364 364 364 364 264 286 307 322 336 350 356 356 356 272 295 311 325 338 349 349 349 259 281 300 314 326 337 342 342 243 365 386 301 314 325 333 333 8000 9000 10000 249 272 289 302 313 323 325 235 256 284 287 299 309 315 240 260 274 286 296 306 Applicable for flaps 25 or 30 landing Anti ice Adjustments BLEED CONFIGURATION ENGINE ANT ICE ON ENGINE AND WING ANTI ICE ON WEIGHT ADJUSTMENT (KG) 3 A/C PACKS ON 1 A/C PACKS ON A/C PACKS OFF 0 +6150 +9250 -5700 -350 +2750 Reduce landing climb limit weight by 35450 kg when operating in icing condition during any part of the flight with forecast landing temperature below 8C.M VOL III 4. TAKE OFF CLIMB LIMITS Base on engine bleed for 3 packs on and anti ice off Weight (1000 kg) AIRPORT OAT(C) 55 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5&BELOW -2000 -1000 280 297 313 330 348 367 371 371 371 371 371 268 286 303 320 338 357 368 368 368 368 368 0 1000 252 275 293 309 326 344 362 363 363 363 363 262 282 298 314 332 351 358 358 358 358 AIRPORT PRESSURE ALTITUDE (FT) 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 253 271 287 303 320 338 352 352 352 352 239 260 275 291 308 326 343 347 346 346 247 264 280 296 313 330 339 339 339 233 252 268 283 299 316 332 332 332 236 256 271 286 302 318 324 323 222 244 259 274 288 304 315 315 8000 9000 10000 211 232 247 262 276 290 305 307 218 233 249 263 276 290 299 201 220 235 249 263 276 290 Anti ice adjustments WEIGHT ADJUSTMENT (KG) PACKS OFF PACKS ON BLEED CONFIGURATION ANTI ICE OFF ENGINE ANT ICE ON ENGINE AND WING ANTI ICE ON +2150 -6100 -14900 0 -9650 -17250 2.4) GEAR DOWN 1.9.O. BOM. B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. FRG OVERRIDING PERFORMANCE INFLGHT (A.75- .

6 -1.8 97.3 102.5 101.6 100.7 4.4 107.3 94.4 107.0 101.8 105.4 107.7 97.2 103.2 108.2 103.4 103.0 105.9 106.1 95.6 -0.4 107.3 102.2 108.8 105.3 108.8 -0.1 99.5 99.0 105.3 101.5 102.3 108.4 104. MAX CLIMB %N1 Base on engine bleed for 3 packs on and anti ice off TAT (C) 55 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 -5 -10 -15 -20 0 240 97.2 -1.1 105.8 28 .7 -0.0 103.3 108.6 102.3 100.1 101.0 98.5 106.2 106.5 -0.6 101.2 103.5 -1.4 107.7 104.6 105.9 107. 1000ft/min residual rate of climb WEIGHT (1000 KG) 400 390 380 370 360 350 340 330 320 310 300 290 280 270 260 250 240 230 220 210 200 PRESURE ALTITUDE ISA +10C & BELOW 21000 21800 22500 23100 23700 24400 25100 26000 26900 27800 28700 29500 20400 31100 31900 32800 33600 34500 35400 36300 37300 ISA + 15C ISA + 20C 19500 20200 20900 21700 22300 23000 23600 24700 25700 26800 27800 28800 29900 30700 31600 32500 22400 24400 35400 36300 37200 18300 18900 19500 20100 20800 21400 22100 23200 24300 25400 26600 27800 28900 30100 31000 32000 32900 33900 34900 35900 36800 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .6 106.0 101.2 103.3 104.8 107.3 100.4 102.5 93.7 100.6 99.0 99.1 103.6 -0.1 108.6 103.7 -0.4 102.1 104.4 -1.1 104.7 106.0 105.9 99.2 103.8 99.2 -1.0 101.1 -1.1 107.6 -0.4 101.7 98.8 97.0 104.76- .2 104.7 104.3 102.0 102.8 101.0 96.8 98.2 -1.7 100.0 104.4 105.4 99.0 -1.8 103.7 105.8 104.9 104.4 106.4 103.2 PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 FT) / SPEED(KIAS OR MACH) 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 240 101.8 91.6 105.3 104.2 108.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.6 -0.3 103.6 104.0 105.60 104.8 105.6 106.4 98.7 104.1 101.9 107.2 103.8 104.5 -0.2 103.3 105.8 -0.4 103.2 103. BOM.9 105.9 99.6 -1.6 -0.6 100.0 104.3 102.9 97.8 99.7 102.7 100.7 106.7 -0.6 106.6 104.5 103.9 102. FRG OVERRIDING 3.6 101.9 106.7 102.9 5 240 99.8 % N1 Adjustments For Engine Bleed BLEED CONFIGURATION ENGINE ANTI ICE ON ENGINE & WING ANTI ICE ON PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 FT) 0 5 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 -0.9 -1.60 30 .2 -1.8 103.9 106.0 102.5 106.3 -1.9 105.1 100.0 106.6 92.5 104.2 107.6 105.3 103. LONG RANGE CRUISE ALTITUDE CAPABILITY Max Climb Thrust.7 104.8 -0.0 96.9 107.4 102.2 95.2 105.9 106.

7 .4 .1 .600 .3 94.3 96.507 .637 .4 97. BOM.444 246 3540 81.3 .549 .1 100. FRG OVERRIDING 5.9 91.9 95.3 100.627 268 269 268 269 270 269 4352 4362 4374 4422 4513 4612 90.549 .3 86.432 .3 .535 .470 .625 .8 90.3 89.6 .574 .467 .532 .7 .4 83.9 92.527 .8 82.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.4 83.504 .535 .7 86.581 .517 .7 98.394 218 2750 74.77- .486 .600 270 270 270 270 4850 4887 4952 5036 94.429 237 3278 79.526 .412 227 3012 76.472 261 4054 85.556 .647 236 236 235 236 236 236 236 237 236 3264 3237 3214 3216 3235 3248 3272 3347 2434 83.5 .7 100.1 92.488 .553 .488 270 4469 88.8 89.643 .488 270 4772 90.591 .605 .8 89.6 93.5 103.556 .573 .622 .4 87.528 .1 87.538 .660 252 252 253 253 253 254 254 252 3785 3378 3781 3797 3820 3888 3982 4078 87.470 .487 .376 208 2493 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 95.454 .2 .623 .7 92.5 94.0 88.9 85.627 218 218 218 217 217 217 218 217 218 218 2752 2735 2706 2682 2675 2682 2696 2702 2727 2780 78.4 103.459 254 4799 83.8 .578 .2 102.542 564 . LONG RANGE CRUISE CONTROL WEIGHT (1000 KG) 400 380 360 340 320 300 280 260 240 220 200 %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 FT) 10 91.7 90.501 .521 .551 .0 95.568 .435 .6 97.506 .2 79.3 92.2 94.452 .504 .666 244 244 244 245 245 245 245 245 244 3519 3501 3491 3505 5322 3547 3620 3706 3812 85.3 93.528 .578 .6 953 971 993 101.450 .650 228 227 227 226 227 227 227 227 228 227 3011 .654 260 261 261 261 261 262 261 4064 4067 4075 4096 4155 4251 4347 89.4 .5 86.2 960 98.524 .631 .556 .2 96.7 .506 .8 81.5 99.4 .1 100.6 94.485 268 4314 87.4 .571 .600 270 270 270 270 4666 4694 4741 4816 93.5 .551 .618 .415 .8 88.578 .2 87.4 95.598 208 208 208 208 207 207 207 208 208 208 2490 2481 2459 2439 2421 2413 2417 2430 2436 2458 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .624 270 270 270 270 270 4512 4527 4559 4621 4710 92.575 .0 84.0 98.559 .2985 2954 2940 2948 2965 2974 2998 3066 3141 80.3 .469 .573 .2 .598 .8 .9 98.0 93.0 97.6 102.595 .599 .8 .535 .487 .5 963 983 100.2 88.5 91.4 92.485 .598 .488 270 4607 89.4 91.1 .1 84.1 .546 .8 95.612 .0 100.5 104.0 100.5 .1 90.586 .

7 6:10 7:51 9:35 74.0 0.1 80 100 120 -16.6 63.2 -12.7 67.5 1:41 3:23 5:10 21.1 1:27 2:52 4:21 2000 2500 3000 93.MIN) 500 1000 1500 24.5 113.6 142.0 0.8 169.78- .0 1:36 3:12 4:52 19.5 107.2 17.1 140 160 -29.5 27.8 -8.3 -1.8 11:23 13:17 122.0 DESCENT.0 3.0 0.5 14.8 126.MIN) (1000 KG) (HR.6 95.8 7.7 9.3 1:30 3:00 4:33 18.5 -20.7 40. LONG RANGE CRUISE ENROUTE FUEL AND TIME Ground to Air Mile Conversion AIR DISTANCE (NM) AIR DISTANCE (NM) 100 80 60 40 20 GROUND DISTANCE (NM) 762 1547 2353 692 1400 2121 630 1271 1920 580 1166 1757 538 1078 1620 500 1000 1500 476 951 1425 454 905 1356 433 864 1293 414 826 1236 397 792 1185 3183 4041 1929 2860 3616 4392 2580 3249 3931 2353 2955 3564 2165 2731 3263 2000 2500 3000 1898 2371 2843 1805 2252 2698 1719 2144 2567 1643 2047 2448 1574 1960 2343 5851 6812 5191 6015 4626 5335 4180 4803 3816 4373 3500 4000 3314 3784 3143 3585 2987 3405 2847 3244 2723 3100 HEAD WIND COMPONENT (KTS) TAIL WIND COMPONENT (KTS) 20 40 60 80 100 Reference fuel and Time Required at Check Point AIR DIST NM 10 PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000) 18 14 22 25 FUEL TIME FUEL TIME FUEL TIME FUEL TIME FUEL TIME (1000 KG) (HR.66/240 PRESSUREALT (1000 FT) 5 10 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 DIATNCE (NM) 19 29 38 4 46 50 54 58 63 67 71 74 78 81 TIME (MIN0 5 8 10 11 11 12 13 13 14 15 16 16 17 17 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .7 6:35 8:23 10:16 77.5 -14.MIN) (1000 KG) (HR.7 137.0 0.9 28.MIN) (1000 KG) (HR.2 -33.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.4 6.MIN) (1000 KG) (HR.5 57.0 19.4 7:01 8:58 11:01 82.0 160.6 13:10 15:26 135.4 7:30 9:36 11:48 88.6 12:14 14:18 127.7 0.0 0.2 107.9 133.8 45.6 21.0 59. BOM. FRG OVERRIDING 6.3 10:48 12:35 Fuel Required Adjustment (10000 KG) WEIGHT AT CHECK POINT (1000 KG) REFERENCE FUEL REQUIRED (1000 KG) 200 250 300 350 400 20 40 60 -3.3 41.6 151.8 -3.5 5:52 7:27 9:06 3500 4000 151.1 42.0 118.1 -10.5 101.7 91.3 0.5 -16.6 1:46 3:35 5:30 22.6 15.9 -6.3 37.5 21.5 48.2 14:08 16:35 144.0 12.0 0.8 -25.1 111.3 45.0 -8.6 71.0 -12.0 32.

4 270 5010 90.8 212 2640 103.6 270 4740 91.1 244 3530 87. HOLDING Flaps Up WEIGHT (10000 KG) 400 380 360 340 320 300 280 260 240 220 200 %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG PRESSURE ALTITUDE (FT) 1500 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 84.2 270 4820 97.1 251 4070 80.1 228 3280 82.1 233 3530 73. BOM.6 215 2680 END 4.79- .9 242 3780 85.1 270 4650 96.2 215 2850 69.5 223 2920 82.4 270 5020 98.2 221 3040 80.9 248 3830 97.0 233 3510 76.4 251 4100 77.9 233 3500 80.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.0 270 4840 83.7 270 4690 87.0 261 4380 82.5 270 4680 99.3 215 2840 74.5 264 4350 97.8 233 3210 85.3 221 3050 76.2 270 4710 81.4 228 3320 71.4 215 2880 67.7 270 5240 99.0 242 3780 81.8 233 3500 84.8 270 4990 84.3 262 4180 92.6 224 2940 87.7 261 4410 89.7 227 3020 91.1 208 2660 87.2 228 3300 74.3 221 3090 69.6 237 3400 94.2 235 3260 89.0 208 2620 95.3 261 4400 79. FRG OVERRIDING 7.1 242 3780 78.8 261 4380 85.0 270 4870 101.2 221 3060 72.9.3 270 4500 94.3 242 3810 75.8 246 3610 92.3 215 2830 78.2 252 3840 90.2 255 3970 94.8 270 4680 84.5 270 4840 89.6 270 4820 85.5 270 4900 93.1 214 2640 100.4 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .5 270 4980 86.3 228 3280 78.8 251 4080 87.1 208 2610 100.9 208 2630 91.9 251 4070 84.6 270 5090 94.

9.M VOL III 4.O. BOM. FRG OVERRIDING PERFORMANCE INFLIGHT (A.5) GEAR DOWN AND ONE ENGINE OUT 1.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.80- . DRIFT DOWN SPEED/LEVEL OFF ALTITUDE Base on engine bleed for 3 packs on WEIGHT (1000 KG) LEVEL OFF ALTITUDE (FT) START DRIFT DOWN LEVEL OFF OPTIMUM DRIFTDOWN SPEED (KIAS) 400 390 380 384 375 366 266 264 261 10100 11100 12000 8300 9400 10400 6300 7500 8600 370 360 350 356 346 337 258 255 253 13100 14100 15200 11400 12400 13400 9700 10700 11700 340 330 320 327 319 309 251 248 237 16300 17200 18100 14600 15700 16900 12800 13800 15200 310 300 290 298 289 280 243 240 237 19200 20400 21400 17900 18900 20100 16600 17600 18600 280 270 260 271 262 252 235 232 228 22500 23400 24300 21300 22400 23500 19900 21100 22300 250 240 230 242 233 223 225 222 219 25300 26100 26900 24600 25600 26600 23400 24600 25700 220 210 200 213 204 194 215 212 209 27800 28700 29500 27600 28500 29500 26900 28000 29100 ISA + 10C & BELOW ISA + 15C ISA + 20C Altitude reduced by 1000 ft for additional margin B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .

9 4. B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .5 PERFORMANCE INFLIGHT Gear Down. decrease altitude capability by 1900 ft. One Engine Inoperative 2. With engine and wing anti ice on.4. LONG RANGE CRUISE ALTITUDE CAPABILITY Base on engine bleed for 3 packs on WEIGHT (1000 KG) PRESURE ALTITUDE ISA +10C ISA + 15C ISA + 20C & BELOW 400 8300 6100 3200 390 9100 7000 4400 380 9800 7800 5300 370 10500 8500 6200 360 11100 9200 6900 350 11900 10100 8200 340 13100 11300 9500 330 14300 12500 10800 320 15800 13700 12000 310 17100 15200 13200 300 18300 16700 14600 290 19600 18000 16400 280 21100 19300 17800 270 22400 20900 19100 260 23600 22400 20800 250 24600 23700 22300 240 25800 25100 23800 230 26700 26300 25300 220 27700 27400 26700 210 28700 28600 28000 200 29800 29700 29300 Altitude reduced by 1000 ft for additional margin. With engine bleed for 1 pack on increase altitude capability by 300 ft With engine anti ice on.9. decrease altitude capability by 3600 ft.81- .

9 98.8 .458 .479 .4 .3 90.405 203 3218 25 27 99.402 222 3897 83.488 270 6304 98.5 .3 .5 .3 101.440 .456 .9 99.391 204 3261 99.3 .432 238 4582 88.520 .5 .539 203 3355 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .7 .454 270 6418 95.500 .490 257 5420 95.0 101.454 270 6195 94.7 .440 262 5620 91.1 .459 .82- .540 212 213 213 214 214 213 3540 3541 3568 3607 3652 3734 86.5 98.5 .538 232 232 232 231 4300 4345 4406 4469 91.447 247 4943 90.0 .4 417 230 4233 86.7 .5 .5 .0 93.0 100. BOM.7 .0 .6 101.476 .519 .3 .389 231 4246 83.2 .4 .3 99.476 263 5719 94.377 224 3930 81.519 202 202 203 204 204 204 3195 3177 3184 3209 3239 3282 29 98.9 93.7 .8 .428 254 5259 89.459 231 4268 90.477 240 4662 92.474 248 5008 93.497 .514 .387 214 3573 81.505 265 5837 97.437 .5 .0 95.461 255 5320 92.5 .4 .2 .4 96.488 270 6094 96.520 .5 .3 91.1 .4 . LONG RANGE CRUISE CONTROL WEIGHT (10000 KG) 400 380 360 340 320 300 280 260 240 220 200 %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG 6 10 13 96.9 .351 209 3326 99.517 .2 .458 239 4617 90.1 .0 . FRG OVERRIDING 3.8 .453 270 5997 93.9 .498 .5 .1 96.1 97.0 91.479 .441 230 4250 88.2 .415 247 4911 87.532 249 248 5133 5198 96.7 88.364 216 3623 78.8 95.424 221 3899 86.5 .6 .494 249 5071 94.536 241 241 240 4710 4774 4831 94.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.441 221 3902 87.479 .2 .423 212 3554 85.420 .9 94.2 .499 .510 257 5488 97.500 .391 204 3233 PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 FT) 15 17 19 21 23 99.540 222 223 223 223 213 3906 3932 3978 4028 3734 89.3 .402 239 4573 85.408 212 3559 83.

7 88.2 80.9 0.4 0:37 1:11 1:46 2:21 2:57 3:33 4:09 4:46 5:24 6:02 7.4 43.0 -20.5 39. One Engine Inoperative 4.2 26.9 -3.4 16.2 42.9 -8.29 5:05 5:41 WEIGHT AT CHECK POINT (1000 KG) 200 250 300 350 400 -1.MIN) (1000 KG) (HR.5 74.8 0:44 1:27 2:12 2:56 3:41 4:28 5:15 6:03 6:51 7:41 8.9 52.3 65.1 4.3 48.4 85.2 93.MIN) (1000 KG) (HR.5 84.0 2.8 18.1 -0.8 81.7 14.MIN) 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 9.9 PERFORMANCE INFLIGHT 4.3 60.1 55.5 8.0 67.3 35.8 -9.2 41.5 50.9 58.9.9 -4.4 17.5 38.8 -7.6 76.0 -18.9 -7.3 35.9 -1.7 18.3 13.4 26.2 43.4 19.0 17.3 6.2 67.6 18.8 -3.4.6 34.9 -16.9 -5.5 58.7 12.2 0:40 1:18 1:56 2:35 3:15 3:55 4:36 5:18 6:00 6:43 7. LONG RANGE CRUISE DIVERSION FUEL AND TIME Ground to Air Miles Conversion AIR DISTANCE (NM) HEAD WIND COMPONENT (KTS) 100 304 616 932 80 276 558 842 60 252 508 764 40 232 466 700 20 215 431 647 1250 1571 1896 2224 2556 2892 3231 1128 1416 1706 1999 2294 2592 2892 1022 1282 1542 1804 2067 2332 2599 936 1172 1408 1646 1884 2124 2364 864 1081 1298 1515 1733 1951 2170 AIR DISTANCE (NM) GROUND DISTANCE (NM) TAIL WIND COMPONENT (KTS) 200 400 600 20 190 380 570 40 181 362 543 60 173 245 518 80 166 330 495 100 159 317 475 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 760 949 1139 1328 1517 1706 1895 723 903 1083 1262 1441 1620 1799 690 860 1032 1202 1372 1542 1711 659 822 986 1148 1310 1472 1633 632 788 944 1100 1254 1409 1563 Reference Fuel and Time Required at Check Point PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000) AIR 10 14 18 25 DIST FUEL TIME FUEL TIME FUEL TIME FUEL TIME NM 29 FUEL TIME (1000 KG) (HR.9 73.7 16.9 -11.0 0.4 76.8 0:42 1:22 2:04 2:45 3:28 4:11 4:55 5:40 6:26 7:12 Fuel required Adjustment (1000 kg) REFERENCE FUEL REQUIRED (1000 KG) 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 8.9 -2.3 26.8 72.4 20.MIN) (1000 KG) (HR.6 30.1 60.0 0.9 -9.0 0.0 63.9 -13.83- .9 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .9 0:36 1:07 1:40 2:13 2:46 3:20 3:54 4.6 29.8 52.7 37.2 4.8 -5.7 25.0 0.0 0.0 0.2 22.5 68.0 0.6 10.MIN) (1000 KG) (HR.3 27.4 34.9 -6.3 80.1 46.0 0.5 Gear Down.6 9.0 0.

8 208 3480 99.8 208 3470 98.4 224 4940 96.1 221 4080 88.4 261 5870 87.1 261 5870 90. HOLDING Flaps Up WEIGHT (10000 KG) 400 380 360 340 320 300 280 260 240 220 200 %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG %N1 KIAS FF/ENG PRESSURE ALTITUDE (FT) 1500 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 93. FRG OVERRIDING 5.3 270 6300 89.0 233 4730 92.9.4 251 5450 85.8 208 3490 95.5 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .9 233 4660 84.1 242 5040 85.8 270 6720 94.7 208 3470 99.1 215 3770 81.1 270 6490 91.0 270 6300 92.2 228 4370 82.1 233 4670 81.6 223 3980 90.2 224 4150 95.8 233 4680 88.9 270 6490 94.2 215 3790 74.3 270 6620 98.1 215 3780 85.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.7 251 5590 96.0 221 4060 80.1 251 5440 88.3 242 5050 83.4 233 4420 93.1 221 4070 84.1 228 4390 86.1 261 5930 94.2 270 6400 96.0 251 5490 92.5 235 4370 99.7 212 3550 103.84- .3 228 4390 792 221 4070 77.0 242 5080 89. BOM.1 270 6700 92.3 242 5150 94.7 214 3640 This table includes 5%additional fuel for holding in a racetrack pattern END 4.1 228 4410 90.0 215 3770 77.

DRIFT DOWN SPEED/LEVEL OFF ALTITUDE (MAX CONTINUOES THRUST) WEIGHT (1000 KG) LEVEL OFF ALTITUDE (FT) START DRIFT DOWN LEVEL OFF OPTIMUM DRIFTDOWN SPEED (KIAS0 400 390 380 386 376 366 297 294 290 12300 13300 14300 10700 11700 12700 9000 10000 11000 370 360 350 357 347 338 287 283 279 15300 16300 17300 13700 14800 15900 12000 13100 14400 340 330 320 328 319 309 275 272 268 18400 19600 20700 16900 17900 19200 15600 16700 17700 310 300 290 300 290 281 264 260 256 21800 22800 23800 20400 21600 22800 19000 20200 21500 280 270 260 271 262 252 252 248 243 24800 25700 26600 23900 25000 26100 22700 23900 25100 250 240 230 242 233 223 238 234 229 27500 28400 29300 27100 28100 29100 26300 27500 28600 220 210 200 214 204 194 224 219 213 30200 31100 32100 30000 31000 32000 29600 30700 31800 ISA + 10C & BELOW ISA + 15C ISA + 20C Altitude reduced by 2000 ft for additional margin B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. BOM. FRG OVERRIDING PERFORMANCE INFLIGHT (A.85- .M VOL III 4.9.O.6) TWO ENGINE OUT 1.

6 51.2 44.2 98.0 79.4 39. DRIFT DOWN/LONG RANGE CRUISE CAPABILITY (MAX CONTINUOES THRUST) Ground to Air Miles Conversion AIR DISTANCE (NM) AIR DISTANCE (NM) GROUND DISTANCE (NM) HEAD WIND COMPONENT (KTS) 100 80 60 40 20 670 1332 1992 627 1249 1869 590 1176 1761 556 1111 1664 527 1053 1578 2650 3308 3970 2488 3107 3729 2345 2929 3515 2217 2771 3325 4637 5310 5993 6687 4354 4984 5620 6264 4104 4695 5291 5892 3881 4438 4998 5561 TAIL WIND COMPONENT (KTS) 20 40 60 80 100 500 1000 1500 476 952 1429 454 909 1365 434 870 1307 416 834 1253 399 800 1203 2103 2628 3154 2000 2500 3000 1907 2384 2860 1821 2277 2733 1744 2180 2616 1672 2091 1509 1606 2009 2411 3680 4208 4736 5266 3500 4000 4500 5000 3336 3812 4286 4760 3187 3641 4092 4542 3051 3484 3915 4343 2926 3341 3752 4160 2811 3208 3602 3993 Driftdown/Cruise Fuel and Time FUEL REQUIRED (1000 KG) AIR DIST (NM) 200 500 1000 1500 TIME (HR:MIN) 220 WEIGHT AT START OF DRIFTDOWN (1000 KG) 240 260 280 300 320 340 360 380 400 8.4 83.8 41.6 72.3 101.3 86.5 47.7 46.7 69.7 108.6 115.7 64.2 10.1 20.9 38.7 131.8 66.7 11.8 53.5 69.6 88.0 4:54 6:06 7:20 3500 4000 4500 5000 53.9 25.7 27.3 48.0 83.7 74.3 55.8 63.5 40.0 84.4 18.0 119.86- .0 73.5 10.1 60.5 90.8 32.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.7 45.8 58.3 105.4 73.9 24.8 9.5 126.5 58.5 43.0 120.5 27.2 1:16 2:30 3:42 2000 2500 3000 32.1 70.8 21.6 60.5 93.1 100.5 74.9 14.4 36. Long Range Cruise Altitude Capability WEIGHT (1000 KG) PRESSURE ALTITUDE (FT) ISA + 10C & BELOW ISA + 15C ISA + 20C 400 380 360 5700 7600 9900 2900 5200 8000 2100 5600 340 320 300 12100 14600 17100 10200 12500 15200 8400 10700 13100 280 260 240 19800 22600 25500 17600 20600 23600 16200 18700 21800 220 200 27900 30000 26800 29400 25200 28400 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .6 133.0 107.0 43.1 50.6 78.7 62.2 24.8 15.2 92.7 95.3 29.4 22.9 66.1 101.3 95.9 71.8 144.7 112.8 35.2 66.8 33.0 29.7 93.0 77.7 79.3 63.6 8:35 9:52 11:13 12:37 Driftdown at optimum driftdown speed and cruise at Long Range Cruise Speed 3.6 57.5 85.5 78.7 16.6 114.9 108.6 51.5 13.6 47.9 12. BOM.3 38.9 139.4 60.3 89.7 79.5 31.3 15. FRG OVERRIDING 2.7 123.5 54.2 30.2 12.

2 .534 274 3759 90.7 .0 .654 338 6163 320 %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG 95.661 275 3953 99.3 .669 309 5055 260 %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG 89.624 287 4193 97.4 .1 .591 328 5611 98.2 .3 .636 329 5734 300 %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG 93.8 .688 275 3953 102.599 275 3784 95.598 308 4912 97.8 .659 263 3500 98.0 .686 263 3562 31 101.512 263 3397 87.2 .714 286 4444 220 %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG 84.588 286 4155 95.633 309 4970 99. FRG OVERRIDING 4.5 B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .685 298 4444 240 %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG 87.565 274 3768 92.6 .498 276 3738 87.4 .7 .5 .7 .625 347 6432 340 %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG 98.713 262 3652 END 4.9.9 .87- .4 .659 263 3462 96.2 .573 262 3389 94.555 308 4828 94.1 287 4268 100.573 318 5215 96.3 .1 .1 .1 .653 319 5394 280 %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG 91.6 .5 .636 275 3839 97.3 .611 298 4557 97.687 287 4338 102.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.714 275 4053 200 %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG 82.7 .3 .536 297 4452 92.3 . LONG RANGE CRUISE CONTROL (MAX CONTINUOES THRUST) WEIGHT (10000 KG) PRESSURE ALTITUDE (1000 FT) 10 14 17 20 23 25 27 29 360 %N1 MACH KIAS FF/ENG 98.66.540 262 3393 90.617 319 5314 99.2 .517 287 4088 90.577 297 4521 94.9 .3 .647 298 4616 100.0 .4 .0 .4 .608 338 6015 100.5 .0 .556 286 4143 92.633 263 3429 96.479 265 3416 85.2 . BOM.2 .

Mengirimkan Movement ke JKTOMGA copy CGKKOGA CGKKDGA.O. Menginformasikan diversion flight ke unit Operation Control Centre Garuda ( JKTOMGA ) 1.< 1 hour 1. BOM.4 para 5 page 6 ).88 - .FLIGHT Pilot in Command (PiC) memutuskan diversion ke HLP. 2.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. CGKKOGA Berkoordinasi dengan Load Control untuk mengirimkan Load sheet ke PAS. P.2. tetapi Pax Door opened karena prosedur refueling with passenger on board ( B. CGKMLGA Monitor pesawat. JKTMLGA 2. Menyiapkan Lounge penumpang di terminal 3. Membuat Report ke JKTOGL Remark Ref: ANNEX B SGHA No:DS/PER J/DC3171/2007 Memberikan Clearance keberangkatan pesawat.Menyiapkan dan memberikan kepada penumpang Form Indemnity jika penumpang domestik ingin turun di HLP 3. Mengarahkan pilot ke parking area di South Apron dengan posisi Nose-out ( pararel runway) 2.T PELITA ( PAS ) AIRPORT Authority(PAPII ) 1.1 Penumpang Stay On Board. Memberikan informasi up to date dan trend weather stasiun CGK kepada Pilot Garuda 1. melakukan komunikasi dengan 1. CGKOGWGA Mengirimkan Computer Flight Plan ( CFP ) dan ATS Flight Plan ke PAS 3. jika ground time > 1 hrs berkoordinasi dengan Pax Handling dan mengirimkan petugasnya ke HLP 4. Ground Handling PAS melalui Coy Channel untuk mendapatkan Ground Services ON GROUND 1.3 Penumpang diturunkan di Terminal 2. FRG OVERRIDING MEKANISME PELAKSANAAN DAN PENANGANAN DIVERSION FLIGHT DI ALTERNATE STATION HALIM PERDANAKUSUMA AIRPORT PT GARUDA INDONESIA (GIA) IN . Menyerahkan CFP. Berkoordinasi dengan OGW untuk pembuatan ( CFP) dan ATS flight plan serta fuel yang dibutuhkan untuk sector HLP-CGK 2. maka menyiapkan petugas untuk dikirim ke HLP guna me-release flight DEPARTURE CGKKOGA Berkoordinasi dengan unit Pax Handling memonitor : penumpang dan bagasinya yang turun di HLP dan di CGK JKTOMGA Monitor movement flight tsb.3. apabila diversion terjadi karena technical. FSM berkoordinasi dengan PIC memberikan Annoucement penumpang turun ke terminal dan Informasi tentang Form Indemnity bila ada yang menghendaki untuk tidak melanjutkan penerbangannya ke Soeta Airport > 1 hour 1.Berkoordinasi dengan CGKKO apabila ada penumpang yang berkeinginan turun di HLP 1. loadsheet dan dokumen lainnya kepada Pilot dan membuat file ATS flight plan ke Briefing Office Passenger Handling Menyiapkan passenger lounge >1 hrs ground time 1. 2. Menyiapkan SDM dan GSE sesuai dengan MOU 2. B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 10 :2 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . Mengantisipasi penggunaan fasilitas landasan dan terminal Operations Control & Flight Dispatching 1.Memberikan pelayanan & escort kepada penumpang menuju lounge yang disiapkan.M 3. Koordinasi dengan PIC melalui Company Channel 3. Berkoordinasi dengan PERTAMINA untuk refueling 3 Berkoordinasi dengan CGKKOGA untuk pembuatan Loadsheet 4. 1. ATC ‘mendapatkan izin mendarat 2. ATC akan mengarahkan pendaratan dan posisi parkir pesawat.

FRG OVERRIDING Date : 01 DEC 10 Issue : 04 B747.89 - . BOM.400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.

Keep contact with PiC at 131.REV1.90- . ATC ‘MADINAH TOWER’ 118. CGKOWGA .DOC/2010 MECHANISM OF HANDLING COORDINATION DURING DIVERSION FLIGHT AT MADINAH (OEMA) PT GARUDA INDONESIA (GIA) SAUDI ARABIAN AIRLINES CORP. passengers and responsible until the irregularity back to normal.CGKMLGA Monitoring technical aspects 2.5 Mhz in case any request for assistances ATC will instruct and direct a/c to land and parking position . shall give authorization for Dispatch Release to JED as original destination Sent movement message to JKTOMGA Taxi out and T/O Clearance copy JEDKKGA . may contact 1. AIRPORT Authority Remark IN . Assist crews for operational assistances 3 After received CFP and Loadsheet deliver it to PiC 4. Inform GIA Operations Center In Jakarta (SITA Addr: JKTOMGA) and Representative GIA in JEDDAH (JEDKKGA) Operations Control & Flight Dispatching 1. Ref: ANNEX B SGHA No:DS/PERJ/DC3171/2007 2.5 MHZ ON GROUND 1. FRG OVERRIDING OGL. Provide Load sheet sector MED-JED 2. Maintain communication with JEDKKGA to inform progress of aircraft handling 2. JKTGLGA JKTOGMGA Monitoring and adjust flight schedule concerning the irregularities B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 2010 : 01 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . crew. ATC plan file to ATC Brief. Saudi Arabian AirlinesMadinah by Coy Channel 131. CGKOGWGA As Dispatch Center.Office ATC Clearance Passenger Handling Provide refreshment if necessary Technical Handling Contact Apsco for refueling and report to JEDKKGA cc JEDMMGA Fuel supplier: APSCO Ref MOU GA Fueller dd: 1 Apr 2009 – 1 Apr 2011 DEPARTURE JEDKKGA After ensure the flight has been back to normal .3 MHZ 1.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM. JEDMMGA CGKMLGA.FLWCHRT. JEDKKGA 1. JKTMOGA .1 As a final destination to Keep coordination with G/H Saudi at Medinah to handle a/c.MCH. to provide remote Computerized Flight Plan (CFP) MED-JED after get payload info from JEDKKGA 3. BOM.2. 1.FLIGHT Pilot in Command (PiC) has decision to divert.

FRG OVERRIDING B747-400 QRG Date Issue : 01 DEC 2010 : 01 Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . BOM.91- .QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.

or 500 ft if at or below FL 410. immediately descend 1000 ft if above FL 410.95MHz b. Notable clarifications follow. 128. a Pilot decides an immediate action is necessary to avoid imminent collision risk to the aircraft.62 - . Where VHF is used for air-ground communications with ATS and an aircraft has two serviceable VHF sets. Australia procedures comply with ICAO Annex 11 to DOC 7300. The TIBA frequencies are: a. Below FL 200: 1. In class G airspace other than Oceanic areas . the pilot should : unless an alternative maneuver appears more appropriate. At or above FL 200. Frequency Aircraft must maintain listening watch on the appropriate TIBA frequency. FRG OVERRIDING AUSTRALIA RULE AND PROCEDURES JEPPESEN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TRAFFIC INFORMATION BROADCAST BY AIRCRAFT (TIBA) TIBA Procedures are intended to permit reports and relevant supplementary information of an advisory nature to be transmitted by Pilots for the information of Pilots of other aircraft in the vicinity. BOM. Otherwise 126. the Flight Information Area frequency 2. one must be tuned to the appropriate ATS frequency and the other to the TIBA frequency. also published in the Jeppesen airways manual. Date Issue : 01 6(309 : B747-400 QRG Issued by : CGKOFSGA Page : . and this cannot be achieved in accordance with the right of way provisions or TCAS Resolution.QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE AOM.35 MHz Collision Avoidance If on receipt traffic information broadcast from another aircraft.