STANDARD OPERATION PROCEDURES MANUAL

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BOEING 737-300/400/800 SOP
TOURISTIC JET

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MANUAL INFORMATION APPROVAL PAGE

We, undersigned state that this manual and its contents are incompliance with Turkish DGCA, ICAO, JAA and other relevant, applicable national and international regulations. Prepared by: Chief Training Officer Ünal TEZEL

Reviewed by: Chief Flight Operations Officer Erhan BAYRAM

Issued by: CEO Bülent Dilmen

Turkish DGCA Approval

.................................................................. V DISTRIBUTION LIST ............................. III REVISION HIGLIGHTS ............................................... ...................................VIII INTRODUCTION ................ I TABLE OF CONTENTS.................................................................................................... IV LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES ..................................... IX CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL CONDITION CHAPTER 2 : NORMAL PROCEDURES CHAPTER 3 : NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES CHAPTER 4 : BULLETINS ..................... II RECORD OF REVISIONS PAGE ............................................VII SYSTEM OF AMENDMENT AND REVISION ........................Page : SOP-ii BOEING 737-300/400/800 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15 Jan........................................................................................................................................................2006 Rev No : 01 MANUAL INFORMATION TABLE OF CONTENT APPROVAL PAGE...................................... ...................................................................................................................................................

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Page : SOP-ix BOEING 737-300/400/800 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15 Jan. procedures and techniques please refer to the applicable Boeing Manuals.2006 Rev No : 01 MANUAL INFORMATION INTRODUCTION Touristic Jet Normal Procedures are in conformity with BOEING PROCEDURES described in the relevant Boeing Manuals. Flight Crew Training Manual. All operating limitations stated in the Boeing 737 Operations Manual Vol. It is to be used by the trained flight crew as a procedure guide only. . This is not a training document. In case of conflicting issues Boeing Documents shall supercede. 1 Chapter L apply. (B737 Flight Crew Operations Manual Volume 1. Flight Crew Operations Manual Volume 2. QRH) For specific details.

2006 Rev No : 01 MANUAL INFORMATION ABBREVIATIONS The following abbreviations may be found throughout the SOP. Some abbreviations may also appear in lowercase letters. Abbreviations having very limited use are explained in the chapter where they are used. AC ACP ACT ADF AFDS AFM AGL A/P APP APU A/T ATC ATT ATOW AUTO AVAIL AZFW (A) BARO B CDS CDU CFP CG CLB CON CONFIG CPT CRS CRZ CTL DC DDG DES DEU DISC DME DSP E/D EEC EFIS EGT ELEC EXEC EXT Alternating Current Audio Control Panel Active Automatic Direction Finder Autopilot Flight Director System Airplane Flight Manual Above Ground Level Autopilot Approach Auxiliary Power Unit Autothrottle Air Traffic Control Attitude Actual Takeoff Weight Automatic Available Actual Zero Fuel Weight Autopilot Engaged Barometric Both Pilots/Crewmember Control Display system Control Display Unit Computer Flight Plan Center of Gravity Climb Continuous Configuration Captain Course Cruise Control Direct Current Dispatch Deviation Guide Descent Display Electronic Unit Disconnect Distance Measuring Equipment Display Select panel End of Descent Electronic Engine Control Electronic Flight Instrument System Exhaust Gas Temperature Electrical Execute Extend FCOM F/D FMA FMC FMS F/O FWD GA GEN G/P GPS GS G/S HDG HDG SEL HYD IAS IDENT IGN ILS INBD IRS K KGS KIAS LNAV LOC MCP MDA MEL MIN (M) N1 N2 OAT OVHD PA PF PM PERF INIT PSI PTT PWR PWS Flight Crew Operation Manual Flight Director Flight Mode Annunciations Flight Management Computer Flight Management System First Officer Forward Go-Around Generator Glide path Global Positioning System Ground Speed Glide Slope Heading Heading Select Hydraulic Indicated Airspeed Identification Ignition Instrument Landing System Inbound Inertial Reference System Knots Kilograms Knots indicated Airspeed Lateral Navigation Localizer Mode Control Panel Minimum Descent Altitude Minimum Equipment List Minimum Manual Flight Low Pressure Rotor Speed High Pressure Rotor Speed Outside Air Temperature Overhead Passenger Address Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring Performance Initialization Pound per square Inch Push to talk Power Predictive Windshear System .Page : SOP-x BOEING 737-300/400/800 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15 Jan.

Page : SOP-xi BOEING 737-300/400/800 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15 Jan.2006 Rev No : 01 MANUAL INFORMATION Radio Altitude Reference Recorder Reset Route Rejected Takeoff Rudder Reduced Vertical Separation minimums Static Air Temperature Step Climb Select Speed Station Stabilizer Status Standby Standard System True Air Speed Total Air Temperature True Air Speed Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System Temperature Terrain Traffic Takeoff Takeoff / Go-around Takeoff weight Center Gravity Coordinated Universal Time Vertical Very High Frequency Vertical Navigation Vertical Required Navigation Performance VHF Omnidirectional range Rotation Speed Reference Speed Vertical Speed Takeoff Decision Speed Takeoff Target Speed Waypoint Weather Radar Cross Track RA REF REC RST RTE RTO RUD RVSM SAT S/C SEL SPD STA STAB STAT STBY STD SYS TAS TAT TAS TCAS TEMP TERR TFC TO TO/GA TOW CG UTC VERT VHF VNAV VRNP VOR VR VREF V/S V1 V2 WPT WXR XTK .

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STANDARD OPERATION PROCEDURES MANUAL CHAPTER 1 GENERAL CONDITIONS .

........................................... USE OF AUTOTHROTTLE.................... PASSENGER ANNOUNCEMENTS BEFORE TAKEOFF.. 9 DEVIATIONS FROM STANDARD .......... 14 1..21........................................... PAPERWORK POLICY ....................17.........................15................ PASSENGER ANNOUNCEMENT DURING CRUISE........................................................................ 1.............. 10 1.............. TAKEOFF BRIEFING REVIEW PROCEDURE........ TAXI DURING ADVERSE WEATHER............................................... 1.... 14 1....... 11 1...... GENERAL PROCEDURES..................... 15 1........ 9 FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS CHECK ....... AUTOPILOT FLIGHT DIRECTOR SYSTEM (AFDS) PROCEDURES........................................................................Page : SOP-1-1 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15............................... 1......... USE OF AUTOPILOT......... 8 ATC AND PILOT RELATIONS..................18.. USE OF LIGHTS ...... 3 CREW DUTIES.............................12.........................................22....................................... ACCESS TO FLIGHT DECK ......11...6...............................24.......................... FREQUENCY SETTING........................................................................................ 1.. 19 1............................................................... 17 1................................................................Jan...........................1........................ 15 1................................... PAPERWORK DURING CRUISE .........27................................ 3 GENERAL .................................19......................................................................9...... USE OF APU .............. 13 1...... 14 1........ 18 1................................26............................... 8 CREW TEAMWORK ...... 1.........................................................4.. 18 1........................................................... CONTROL DISPLAY UNIT (CDU) PROCEDURE............... 13 1......... 1.............................................2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.....3.......10........................................2............................................ 17 1........................................................ 16 1...........................25............ APPROACH PREPARATION PROCEDURE................... 17 1................ TAXI PROCEDURE.......................................................................20..... 12 1.................................................................................................................................28..... 1.................................................7... 10 1...........16................................................... 1........ 19 ......................13............................................................ 9 CONROL HANDOVER .................... MANUAL FLIGHT ............ RUNWAY CHANGE PROCEDURE........ 18 1.......................29.........................8...............................................................5........................................................ 13 1................ 13 1......23.................... 9 DELEGATION OF PILOT FLYING ...................... CDU PAGE SETUP PROCEDURE .................. 1............. 13 1...................30................ 18 1..................................................... FLIGHT DECK COMPARTMENT SECURITY... TAKEOFF BRIEFING PROCEDURE.................. NOISE ABATEMENT TAKEOFF PROCEDURE ........... APPROACH BRIEFING PROCEDURES ......32..................................................... 9 SILENT FLIGHT DECK ...................31.................................................................................................14...........................................

.........................39..................... CLEAR OF RUNWAY PROCEDURE.......................... RECOMMENDED APPROACH SPEED CONTROL PROCEDURE.. AUTOBRAKE PROCEDURE.....................35.............................. 23 1................................. 22 1......... PILOT INCAPACITATION.....48..............................47......45..................... 20 1...................40................ FLAP – SPEED MANEUVERING PROCEDURE ......... 22 1................... 21 1.34.... 23 1................... 21 1. STABILIZED APPROACH PROCEDURE.......................................................55...... 21 1..33.......................... AUTOPILOT DISENGAGEMENT DURING THE APPROACH.. MANDATORY MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURE........ STABILIZED APPROACH REQUIREMENTS .................................. 23 1...............50............ 26 ................... 24 1........ 21 1.................. NOISE ABATEMENT APPROACH PROCEDURE (DELAYED FLAP) ......................................Jan............41........................................................... 26 1..............46................................................ TERRAIN POLICY ............56.....37...............................................43. 20 1..53.............44................................. APPROACH CLEARANCE PROCEDURE...............42....400) ....... AIRPLANE APPROACH CATEGORY .......... 23 1..........2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1...................Page : SOP-1-2 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15................................... 20 1........52....................................... 21 1. APPROACH AND LANDING CONDITION PROCEDURE(JAR-OPS 1............ TURBULENT AIR PENETRATION PROCEDURE ...... 23 1............................................. 25 1................................ APP MODE SELECTION PROCEDURE ..............38............ DISPLAY SET-UP PROCEDURE..... COMMENCEMENT & CONTINUATION OF APPROACH PROCEDURE ........................................ BEFORE LEAVING THE AIRPLANE PROCEDURE ....................................... WEATHER RADAR POLICY .... 24 1. MASTER CAUTION RESET PROCEDURE.................................................. REVERSE THRUST AND BRAKING PROCEDURE..................... EVENTS REQUIRING MAINTENANCE INSPECTION..........54. 26 1............36.... ALTIMETER SETTING AND CHECKING PROCEDURE......................... 24 1. 25 1..........49.......................................51... 22 1.............

e. Normal procedures assume coordination with the ground crew before. or (3) Airplane movement g. (1) All systems operate normally (2) The full use of all automated features (LNAV. This SOP gives. VNAV. (1) Hydraulic system pressurization. (3) Establish standardized procedures and practices to enhance BOEING and TOURISTIC JET operational philosophy and policy. autopilot. c. GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. and Autothrottle) f. or (2) Flight control surface movement. (1) The airplane condition is satisfactory (2) The flight deck configuration is correct (3) Normal procedures are done on each flight. This SOP has been prepared by TOURISTIC JET in confirmation with BOEING procedures. step by step normal procedures Normal procedures verify for each phase of flight that. (1) The panel illustration in the section shows the scan flow.1.Page : SOP-1-3 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. autoland.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. (2) The scan flow sequence may be changed as needed. . Normal procedures are used by a trained flight crew and assume. d. (1) Provide the necessary operating procedures and information the flight crew needs to safely and efficiently operate BOEING 737 airplane during all anticipated airline operation (2) Serve as a comprehensive reference for use during TRANSITION TRAINING for the BOEING 737 airplane. GENERAL a. The purpose of this manual is to.Jan. Normal procedures are done by recall and scan flow. b.

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If it becomes apparent that an entire procedure was not done. i. (1) Stop the checklist. The normal checklists are used after doing all respective procedural items. (2) Complete the respective procedure steps. Try to do the checklists before or after high workload times. j. “___ CHECKLIST COMPLETE” . g. The normal checklist is organized by phase of flight b. If the checklist is stopped for a long time. After completion of each checklist.Page : SOP-1-7 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. The far right column shows which pilot gives the response. (3) Do he checklist from the start. h. If a pilot is not sure where the checklist was stopped. (3) Continue the checklist. (2) Complete the entire procedure. CHECKLIST PREFLIGHT BEFORE START BEFORE TAXI BEFORE TAKEOFF AFTER TAKEOFF DESCENT APPROACH LANDING SHUTDOWN SECURE e. d. do the checklist from the start.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES NORMAL CHECKLIST (NC) OPERATION a. do the checklist from the start. the pilot reading the checklist calls.Jan. f. The crew may need to stop a checklist for a short time to do other tasks. If interruption is short continue the checklist with the next step. c. The normal checklist is used to verify that critical items have been done. The following table shows which pilot calls for the checklist and which pilot reads the checklist. Both pilots visually verify that each item is in the needed configuration or that the step is done. CALL Captain Captain Captain Captain PF PF PF PF Captain Captain READ First Officer First Officer First Officer First Officer PM PM PM PM First Officer First Officer VERIFY Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both RESPOND Area of responsibility Area of responsibility Area of responsibility Area of responsibility PM Area of responsibility Area of responsibility PF Area of responsibility Area of responsibility If the airplane configuration does not agree with the needed configuration. (1) Stop the checklist.

F/O.Page : SOP-1-8 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. or (2) In the far right column.2. Close cooperation between the cockpit and the cabin is essential at all times. PF and PM duties may change during a flight. c. The mode control panel is the PF's responsibility. The Captain prior to each rotation must brief the cabin crew. PF or PM): (1) In the procedure title. The whole flight crew is a team. e. or (3) In the column heading of a table i.3. Preflight and post flight crew duties are divided between the captain and first officer. The general PF phase of flight responsibilities are: (1) Taxiing (Captain) (2) Flight path and airspeed control (3) Airplane configuration (4) Navigation f. (2) The captain is the final authority for all tasks directed and done. Non-flight related requests from the flight deck should be considered accordingly. b. e. c. d. The captain may direct actions outside of the crewmember's area of responsibility. . Normal procedures shows who do a step by crew position (C. h. The primary task of the cabin crew is to ensure safety and service for the passengers. 1. the PF directs the PM to make the changes on the mode control panel. Phase of flight duties are divided between the Pilot Flying (PF) and the Pilot Monitoring (PM). (1) When flying manually. b. The general PM phase of flight responsibilities are: (1) Checklist reading (2) Communications (3) Tasks asked for by the PF g. CREW DUTIES a.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. CREW TEAMWORK a.Jan. d. Each crewmember is responsible for moving the controls and switches in their area of responsibility.

DELEGATION OF PILOT FLYING The Captain shall decide who will be the PF or PM on first flight of the day. at the end of preflight briefing in the dispatch office. After the captain. ATC and PILOT RELATIONS a. (3) Be calm and polite. doing paperwork. Preparing for approach and briefings or any other reason interfering with duties as PF b.Page : SOP-1-9 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. Avoid being rushed (4) Avoid unnecessary discussions with controllers.7. b. the quality and operating conditions of ATC service can vary significantly from country to country. (2) Keep to standard phraseology and rules. 1. First Officers reads heading from EHSI and altitude from ALTIMETER respectively.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. 1.8. captains read heading from EHSI and reads altitude on ALTIMETER. 1. .Jan.6. The PF shall handover controls to the PM when. CONROL HANDOVER a. d. FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS Check During PREFLIGHT CHECKLIST. SILENT FLIGHT DECK a. if the First Officer is PF. Touristic Jet pilots’ shall always: (1) Communicate in English with ATC. 1. (5) Keep a sharp look out. There shall only be flight related conversation below FL100. c. Although the respective authorities set international standards and regulations. Captain shall handover the controls to First Officer at TO/GA call during takeoff. stowing charts. c. Loudspeakers must be OFF during TAKEOFF. for Flight instruments check.4. Flight Deck Crew shall wear their head sets at all times. if the First Officer is PF. Captain shall take over the controls from First Officer by “60” knots callout during landing roll.5. LANDING and below FL100 Loudspeakers may be on at low volume during other faces of flight. b.

In such cases all flight deck crewmembers must be aware of deviation from normal standards.9. b.Page : SOP-1-10 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. DEVIATIONS FROM STANDARD a. CDU Page SETUP PROCEDURE Phase of Flight PREFLIGHT BEFORE START BEFORE TAXI BEFORE TAKEOFF AFTER TAKEOFF CLIMB END OF CLIMB CRUISE DESCENT APPROACH GS Capture or IAF LANDING AFTER LANDING SHUTDOWN SECURE Captain PROG PROG IDENT Pilot Flying TAKEOFF TAKEOFF TAKEOFF CLIMB CLIMB CRZ PROG PROG PROG INIT REF INIT REF INIT REF - First Officer PROG PROG IDENT Pilot Monitoring LEGS LEGS LEGS LEGS LEGS LEGS LEGS LEGS LEGS PROG 3rd PAGE PROG 3rd PAGE PROG 3rd PAGE - . A deviation from standard is limited only with the necessity of the condition or situation.10. c. Deviations from standard may occasionally be necessary. 1.Jan. d. The Captain retains the final authority for all actions directed and performed.

Page : SOP-1-11 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. At all times. c.11. The PF (Captain) must verify the entries before they are executed. The MCP can be easier to use than entering complex route modifications into the CDU. the PM (First Officer) makes the entries. Failure to enter enroute winds can result in flight plan time and fuel burn errors.Jan. The pilot making the entries executes the change only after the other pilot verifies the entries. Jeppesen page (10-4) must be checked before entering THRUST REDUCTION altitude. On the ground CDU entries are normally performed by First Officer and verified by Captain.500 feet unless special Noise Abatement Procedure of departure airport described otherwise. and speed control modes. (5) THRUST REDUCTION altitude will be set to 1. If CDU entries must be made during taxi. CONTROL DISPLAY UNIT (CDU) PROCEDURE a. . The First Officer before the flight instrument check must complete the Initial Performance Data and Navigation Data entries during the Preflight Procedure.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. the PM usually makes the CDU entries. (1) Enter data in all the boxed items on the following CDU pages. In flight CDU entries are normally performed by the PM and verified by the PF prior execution. e. (2) Enter data in the dashed items or modify small font items that are listed in CDU Preflight Procedure (3) Enter TOC wind to INIT PERF page and all winds with a difference by 10 degrees and 10 knots to LEGS page. The Captain must complete the Final Performance Data entries after receiving LOAD SHEET and before calling the BEFORE START procedure/CHECKLIST. for example departure or arrival. Make CDU entries before taxi or when stopped. Do this by using the MCP heading. b. altitude. try to reduce the need for CDU entries. In flight. f. d. During high workload times. The PF may also make simple CDU entries when the workload allows. when possible. (4) Enter data to DESCENT FORECAST page. All CDU entries must be checked and verified by the First Officer.

(Heading to… /to maintain …… feet/or hold over at …. if any non-normal situation observed or. • • • • Fire/fire warning.VOR/NDB) When we complete all checklists request landing clearance to Runway DEPARTURE BRIEFING will be completed by PF at parking position. If Clearance Prior to Taxi (CPT) is received the assigned SID will be completed before engine start. If decision is to reject to the takeoff. b. If departure is different then the expected or briefed. Predictive Windshear and.12.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. .Jan. Example briefing: After V1 until reaching 1. If it is not necessary do not brief the TURN Procedure. If CPT is not available expected SID briefing for departure will be completed before engine start. Feet When we clean the airplane declare emergency and request. Captain announces “BEFORE TAKEOFF CHECKLIST” prior entering the active runway after takeoff briefing reviewed.. Example briefing: Prior to 80 knots.Page : SOP-1-12 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. The pilot who will do the takeoff when the captain announces “Before Takeoff procedure” must complete TAKEOFF BRIEFING REVIEW.. I will abort the takeoff. Above 80 knots until V1 only if. Check Engine out Performance Climb Gradient and compare with the Minimum Climb Gradient on SID. At or above 1. c. flight crew must revise the briefing before entering the active runway. If the airplane is unsafe or unable to fly. Check if necessary to follow TURN Procedure. the captain must clearly announce. “REJECT” immediately start the rejected takeoff maneuvers and assume control of the airplane. RTO Briefing should include decision and action prior to 80 knots and above 80 knots until V1. a.000 feet we will cleanup the airplane while climbing to……. The captain has the sole responsibility for the decision to reject the takeoff. Captain will complete ENGINE OUT BRIEFING. Engine failure.000 feet AGL no crew action required. TAKEOFF BRIEFING PROCEDURE Captain will complete REJECTED TAKEOFF BRIEFING. RTO briefing must be recorded to the Cockpit Voice Recorder.

Departure frequency and d. when cabin crewmembers opening the flight deck door.Page : SOP-1-13 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. as applicable. The curtain between galley and the cabin must be pulled. FLIGHT DECK COMPARTMENT SECURITY Flight Crew compartment door shall be closed prior to engine start for takeoff and will be locked until engine shut down after landing. (Such as Weather and Runway conditions. Use the Flight Mode Annunciator (FMA) to verify mode changes for Autothrottle. APU will shutdown after engine start. Access to flight deck is permitted for authorized persons only. airplane dispatch using the minimum equipment list or any other situation where it is necessary to review or define crew responsibilities). initial climb altitude/level.Jan. Roll and Autopilot. ACCESS TO FLIGHT DECK a. 1. c. USE OF APU a. The APU shall normally be used on the ground only. Cockpit doors shall be locked during takeoff. except when deemed necessary for authorized persons to access.13. vertical path. During LNAV and VNAV operations. verify that the respective value changes on the flight instruments. vertical path and speed. Departure Runway and Name of SID. Pitch. 1. 1. 1. landing and in flight.16. When selecting a value on the MCP. verify all changes to the airplane's course. Additional briefing items. AUTOPILOT FLIGHT DIRECTOR SYSTEM (AFDS) PROCEDURES The crew must always monitor airplane course. c.17. Passengers are not allowed to wait in galley area.15. Transponder code. . b. e. a. The crew must verify manually selected or automatic AFDS changes. Assigned. b. thrust and speed. Captains should leave APU running if required for technical reason or Low Visibility Operation (LVO). b. TAKEOFF BRIEFING REVIEW PROCEDURE Takeoff briefing review should include but not limited to.14.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. noise abatement requirements.

Jan.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. There shall be no passenger announcements when airplane taxiing in congested area on the ground. when electrical power Position Lights STEADY available When entering departure runway Position Lights STROBE & STEADY When crossing an active runway At all times in flight Wheel Well lights ON Night time docking the airplane Wheel Well lights OFF After pushback completed.19.20. PASSENGER ANNOUNCEMENTS BEFORE TAKEOFF Captains are requested to welcome the passenger before takeoff. On Ground Aircraft Data Log Trip Info & TOLD card Computer Plan entries In-Flight Aircraft Data Log Enroute INFO Form Computer Plan entries LIGHTS Captain First Officer And PM 1. USE OF LIGHTS CONDITION When takeoff clearance received.18. Runway turnoff lights Below FL100 until shutdown Taxi When taxiing Logo Lights Night time below FL 100/10.000 ft and below Landing Retractable Landing Lights Only night landings below 500 AGL Beginning of taxi until FL100.Page : SOP-1-14 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. . taxi. When airplane not moving. turnoff and landing lights must be in OFF position 1. If there is any doubt about ground safety announcements may be performed at parking position or holding before the runway.000 ft Wing Lights Night time below FL 100/10. Fixed Landing Lights FL 100/10. PAPERWORK POLICY The Captain and First Officer normally share paperwork.000 ft At all times. Other than “Cruise” no paperwork shall be done in flight.

a slight increase or decrease in speed reduces or eliminates the vibration and increases the passenger comfort. f. 1. g. speed must be adjusted for very light braking. Rejected Takeoff or heavy braking during taxi and takeoff. h. Use of differential engine thrust to assist the turn. If both pilots are unfamiliar with the airport and especially during LVO.21. If any crewmember is in doubt regarding the clearance. . Prolonged brake application to control taxi speed causes high brake temperatures and increased wear of brakes. When taxiing on a slippery or contaminated surface. Reduce speed prior to initiating a turn. 40% N1. Avoid using large nose wheel steering inputs to correct for skidding Differential braking may be used. Idle thrust is adequate for taxiing under most conditions. If temperatures below freezing taxi with flaps up Check the necessity for de-icing prior to takeoff. During taxi with antiskid inoperative. e. Limit breakaway thrust is max. may cause tire damage or blowouts.Page : SOP-1-15 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. Avoid following other aircraft too closely. If airplane vibration occurs. Airplane response to thrust lever movement is slow particularly at high gross weights. captains may consider requesting a FOLLOW ME vehicle. Use reduced speeds.Jan. If icing conditions are present use engine anti-ice immediately after engine start. c. Thrust use during ground operation demands sound judgment and technique. Jet blast is a major cause of foreign object damage. b.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1.22. a. TAXI DURING ADVERSE WEATHER Taxi during adverse weather conditions requires more awareness of surface conditions. Under normal conditions. Allow time for airplane response before increasing thrust further. differential braking and braking while turning should be avoided. TAXI PROCEDURE Captains should brief the expected taxi route and procedure using Airport Taxi Diagrams. d. Taxiing out for flight with one engine operating is not permitted. stop the airplane and verify taxi routing with ATC.

Takeoff power. (2) THR REDUCTION altitude must be verified by PF. Noise Abatement Departure Procedure B (NADP-B) (1) Takeoff to 1. takeoff flap and climb at V2+20 knots (2) At 1. Takeoff power. (7) At flap retraction altitude. the autopilot will be engaged at 500 feet AGL. (3) LNAV should be used during departure (4) SID’s requiring engagement of autopilot as early as possible. (8) When flaps are retracted. (1) PF will ensure that the MCP altitude/level.000 feet AGL. maintain positive rate of climb and accelerate to flaps UP speed while retracting flaps on schedule.000 feet AGL or assigned altitude. accelerate to Flaps up Speed and flaps on schedule (3) From 1. b. until checklist is completed.Jan. Accelerate smoothly to en-route climb speed c. . (5) ATC will be called at 1. Maintain Flaps up speed (4) At 3. Accelerate smoothly to en-route climb speed with flaps retraction on schedule. Noise Abatement Departure Procedure A (NADP-A) (1) Takeoff to 1.000 feet AGL.Page : SOP-1-16 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. Maintain a positive rate of climb. (9) Maintain “Flaps UP” Speed. (10) Engage VNAV after initial turns on SID.000 feet AGL.000 feet AGL. a.000 feet AGL.500 feet AGL.500 feet AGL. NOISE ABATEMENT TAKEOFF PROCEDURE SUPERCEEDED Noise Abatement Procedures described in JEPPESEN (Air Traffic Control section. Noise Abatement Departure Procedure A (NADP-A) must be used for all departure in TOURISTIC JET. Those are as follows. tuned and identified according to ATC clearance and instructions.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1.000 feet to 3. page 241) is used for all departures routinely unless requested by the authorities otherwise. NAV radios and transponder are correctly set. engage the autopilot and call “AFTER TAKEOFF CHECKLIST”. (6) At THR REDUCTION altitude verify climb power is set. takeoff flap and climb at V2+20 knots (2) At 1.23. Reduce thrust to climb power and climb at V2+20 knots (3) At 3.

d. e. If a manual flight is planned below FL 100. Minimum height for autopilot engagement is 500 feet AGL as company limitation. have permission from captain during the Approach Briefing. Manual Flight means.26. During an ILS CAT-I approach. b. hand on flight with or without Flight Director.7) and when intercepting landing profile disengage the autopilot. USE OF AUTOPILOT a. Call “VISUAL and AUTOPILOT DISENGAGE” and respond the auto callouts during the approach. b. Conditions permitting pilots may fly the aircraft manually. Autopilot should be used until intercepting the “landing profile” on circle to land approaches (SP 4.24. Disengagement of the autothrottle is an automatic future during an autoland. Manual flight is allowed only below FL 100. Disengage the autopilot before descending below MDA(H) or DA(H) d. b. f. On NON-ILS approaches. Manual flight is not recommended in case of: (1) Crew fatigue (2) High work load (3) Marginal weather (4) Operating in busy terminal areas/airports . c.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. c. g.25. f. 1. Disengage the Autothrottle before descending below MDA(H) or DA(H). The autopilot should be used within its system limitations. Use of Autothrottle is recommended. 1. Disengagement of the autothrottle is not recommended during all phases of flight unless a procedure dictates otherwise. the autopilot may be disengaged after suitable visual references are established. the autopilot must be disengaged after a call “LANDING” and before descending below 158 feet AGL or pushing TO/GA switches. Autopilot must be disengaged latest going below MDA(H) or pushing TO/GA switches. e. c.Jan. During an autoland (ILS CAT-II and CAT-IIIA) the autopilot must be disengaged after touchdown to runway. MANUAL FLIGHT a. Disengage the autothrottle before descending below MDA(H) or DA(H).Page : SOP-1-17 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. USE OF AUTOTHROTTLE a.

29. c. . e.Page : SOP-1-18 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. d. clear and cover main items only. d.30. e. NAV radios. Within 1-hour flight time to destination. However the Approach Briefing shall be done by PF after receiving ATIS information.27. f. Prior to descent. PASSENGER ANNOUNCEMENT DURING CRUISE a. Briefings should be short. No paperwork shall be done unless the other pilot has the control of the airplane and the ATC communication. approach preparation may be completed by PF before having ATIS information. Captains may delegate First Officer for passenger announcement. Captain and First Officer have to check terrain and applicable minimum altitudes relative to the descent path. FREQUENCY SETTING Communication Radio Frequency First Officer PM Transponder Code First Officer PM NAV radio frequency setting PF PF Ground In flight 1.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. CRUISE FLIGHT Aircraft Data Log Computer Plan entries and Enroute INFO form Captain PM 1. PF sets inbound courses. minimums of approach and estimated QNH set on stby altimeter. Both pilots prepare Arrival and Approach charts. b. Crewmember doing the announcement is requested to follow standard format in Bulletin Section. There shall be no passenger announcements below FL100 in flight. PAPERWORK DURING CRUISE The flight deck crew normally shares paperwork. PF sets ATIS frequency ACTIVE and Handling company frequency in STBY on First Officer side. APPROACH PREPARATION PROCEDURE a. 1. VREF. Crewmember doing the announcement shall introduce him or herself as Captain or First Officer.28. c.Jan. Passenger announcements will normally be done by the captain after reaching cruising level (Do not delay unless necessary) b.

during LVO respective checks and briefings using the table checklist on flight deck etc. use of reverse thrust. Expected point to reach visual references i. Weather condition at alternate airports s.g.Jan. k. q. NAV radio and minimums are set for Approach Check APP REF page and verify runway length. Arrival Procedure (Name of STAR and expected further clearance) c. taxi procedure after landing.Page : SOP-1-19 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. APPROACH BRIEFING PROCEDURES Approach Briefings cover following aspects: a. Visual Descent Point (VDP) and MDA on non-ILS approach j. RUNWAY CHANGE PROCEDURE Pilot Flying Continue to fly with autopilot. verify inbound course and NAV radio frequency . Use MCP for radar vectors Have ATC radio to communicate Pilot Monitoring Call “you have the ATC” Find the new approach chart Set INBOUND courses Set NAV radios Set Minimums of approach Brief the approach and go around procedure Time permitting enter the approach flown on the CDU Do not enter complex routing. Missed approach procedure and initial climb altitude p. Holding available at destination before diversion to alternate airport. r. NAV radio frequency e. Runway condition and landing distance calculation.) 1. Initial approach fix. Fuel remaining and extra fuel at destination. Verify Inbound course. Decision Height (RADIO) on an ILS approach for Autoland l. Decision Altitude (BARO) on an ILS approach for manual landing. anti skid inoperative. Landing distance must be equal/less then 60% of runway available n.32. Type of approach and runway in use d. establish altitude/ descent point g. Inbound course f. Final altitude (OM etc. Special aspects (e. m. Autobrake selection (if needed) o.) h. Review the ATIS information b.31.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1.

reduces cabin noise level.Jan. Recommended Procedure. Runway limited. When maneuvering to intercept the localizer. Other wise decision of PF. In preparation for the instrument approach. Arrange Flaps 5 and Flaps 5 maneuvering speed prior to localizer captured. accommodate speed requests by ATC and meets the noise abatement requirements. Landing in a crosswind condition e. APPROACH CLEARANCE PROCEDURE a. continue on the same pattern as holding. decelerate and extend flaps to 1 and 5. . d. When conducting an instrument approach from the holding pattern. If not in the holding pattern at the final approach fix. b.35. a. down to flaps” Call “Holding at Flaps” Call “flap 30/40 and Set flap “30 or 40” complete the checklist” Call “Check Flaps” Call. Landing on slippery runways d. This type of approach is also referred to a racetrack approach. descend to the procedure turn altitude as shown on the approach chart. When Autoland performed. c.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1.Page : SOP-1-20 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. e. When cleared for an approach and on a published segment of that approach. During flap extension. Turn inbound on the procedure turn heading. “Checklist completed” “Flap 30/40” Landing clearance “received or not received” 1. AUTOBRAKE PROCEDURE Autobrake system will be used whenever. After intercepting the Glide Slope delaying final flap setting until FAF/OM. extend flaps to five on the outbound track parallel to final approach course. Using higher than normal approach speeds (NON-NORMAL) c. b. b. c. descend to the minimum altitude for that segment (or procedure turn altitude if in holding pattern at the final approach fix). NOISE ABATEMENT APPROACH PROCEDURE (Delayed Flap) a.34. cross the initial approach fix at the initial approach fix altitude. select the next lower speed just as the additional configuration drag takes effect d.33. Position or Track miles to touchdown 16-14 NM 14-12 NM 12-10 NM FAF on NON-ILS app GS intercept on ILS Descending below establish altitude FAF or OM Pilot Flying Speed Reduction “Flaps 1” “Flaps 5” Pilot Monitoring Final Approach Set flap to “1” Set flap to “5” Set Gear lever DOWN Set “Gear down and flaps 15” flap “15” Call “Landing checklist Do the checklist. increases fuel efficiency. 1.

36. c. d.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. All briefings and checklists have been conducted g. b. Autopilot must be disengaged after touchdown on an Autoland. . b. b. APP MODE SELECTION PROCEDURE “APP Mode” SHOULD NOT be selected. Sink rate is not greater than 1. APPROACHES SHOULD BE STABILIZED BY (1) 1.Jan. STABILIZED APPROACH REQUIREMENTS a. wings should be level on final when the aircraft reaches 300 feet above airport elevation.Page : SOP-1-21 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.37. During a circling approach. Do not attempt to land from an unstable approach d. 1.40. Power setting is appropriate for the aircraft configuration f. airspeed. Until track distance to runway is less then 18 NM.000 fpm e. Unless LOC and GS pointers appear on the attitude display in the proper position. ILS approaches should be flown within one dot of the Glide Slope and Localizer h. Maintaining a stable speed. and vertical/lateral flight path in landing configuration is commonly referred to as the stabilized approach concept. when on straight-in approach at 12 miles from touchdown. 1. c. only small changes in heading/pitch are required to maintain the correct flight path b.000 feet above airport elevation in IMC (2) 500 feet above airport elevation in VMC.38. Until clearance for the approach has been received. e. descent rate. Any significant deviation from planned flight path.39. a. 1. RECOMMENDED APPROACH SPEED CONTROL PROCEDURE Unless required by ATC or arrival procedure. The decision to execute a go-around is no indication of poor performance. start reducing speed to Flaps up Speed (not less then 200 knots) to reach at 14 track miles from touchdown or when starting turn to intercept ILS/LOC or VOR radial or. The aircraft is in the correct landing configuration d. or descent rate should be announced. STABILIZED APPROACH PROCEDURE a. Unless ILS frequency is tuned and identified. The aircraft is on the correct flight path. i. On an ILS CAT-I and all Non-ILS approaches Autopilot must be disengaged descending below MDA(H) or DA(H). c. The aircraft speed is not more than VREF + 20 knots and not less than VREF c. 1. The autopilot must be disengaged when intercepting landing profile on circle to land approaches. Unless the airplane is on an inbound intercept heading. AUTOPILOT DISENGAGEMENT DURING THE APPROACH a. Unique approach procedures or abnormal conditions requiring a deviation from the above elements of a stabilized approach require a special briefing.

When the navigation instruments show significant disagreement and visual contact with the runway has not been made d. MANDATORY MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURE a.Page : SOP-1-22 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. When on an RNP based approach.405) The Captain or the pilot to whom conduct of the flight has been delegated may commence an Instrument approach regardless of the reported RVR/Visibility but the approach shall not he continued beyond the outer marker.400) Before commencing an approach to land. and an FMC alerting message indicates that ANP exceeds RNP e. landing or missed approach. the Captain or the pilot to whom conduct of the flight has been delegated shall make the decision to continue or abandon the approach before descending below 1000 ft above the aerodrome on the final approach segment. the weather at the aerodrome and the condition of the runway intended to be used should not prevent a safe approach.42. the captain must satisfy himself/herself that. if the reported RVR/visibility is less than the applicable minima. in instrument conditions. If. COMMENCEMENT & CONTINUATION OF APPROACH PROCEDURE (JAR-OPS 1. and either the localizer and/or glide slope indicator shows full deflection c. . The mid point and stop end RVR are also controlling.Jan. The minimum RVR value for the mid-point is 150m. When on a radar approach and radio communication is lost. after passing the outer marker or equivalent position. RVR reported for touchdown zone must be equal or better then the appropriate operating minimums before commencing the approach. If a navigation radio or flight instrument failure occurs which affects the ability to safely complete the approach in instrument conditions b. the approach may be continued to DA(H) or MDA(H). having regard to the performance information contained in the Operations Manual. 1. Where no outer marker or equivalent position exists. the reported RVR/visibility falls below the applicable minimum. according to the information available to him/her. Touchdown RVR will be the governing RVR for approach. When on ILS final approach. APPROACH AND LANDING CONDITION PROCEDURE (JAR-OPS 1.41. or equivalent position.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1.43. The approach may be continued below DA(H) or MDA(H) and the landing may be completed provided that the required visual reference is established at the DA(H) or MDA(H) and is maintained. 1.

1. Use manual braking as needed. c. disarm the Autobrake if in use. b.45. d. (3) PM reads “QNH ___ passing ___ feet” (4) PF responses “set and crosschecked” (5) PM calls “APPROACH CHECKLIST COMPLETED” b. REVERSE THRUST and BRAKING PROCEDURE a. f. Brake and tire wear can be reduced by proper use of reverse thrust and auto brake.Jan. ALTIMETER SETTING AND CHECKING PROCEDURE a. d. i. CAT-II CAT-III A) NON-ILS approaches ADF b. CLEAR OF RUNWAY PROCEDURE When clear of the active runway or captain positions the Speed Brake Lever to the DOWN detent and First Officer accomplishes the After Landing Procedures During taxi First Officer shall refrain from any other actions except look out for other traffic and assisting Captain.44. e. 1. g. Navigation Display set-up must be completed when. Use both REVERSE THRUST and AUTOBRAKE as required. or (3) The start of a visual approach 1. Pilot Flying EXP VOR/ILS MAP mode CENTER MAP Pilot Monitoring MAP mode EXPENDED VOR CENTER MAP TYPE of APPROACH ILS (CAT-I. or (2) The start of radar vectors to the final approach course. (1) The Initial Approach Fix (IAF). h. During descent at Transition Level (1) PM calls “Transition Level. BEFORE LEAVING THE AIRPLANE PROCEDURE a.46.Page : SOP-1-23 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.47. DISPLAY SET-UP PROCEDURE a. c. Complete paperwork Complete Secure Procedure Set MCP speed to 110 knots Set all MCP readouts to zero “0” Set IDENT page on CDU Set transponder to 2000 Select FLT on audio panel microphone selector Dim all lights Leave flight deck clean and orderly . 1. After landing before the taxi speed.48. c. Navigation Display set-up should be as follows.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. b. set STD” (2) PF responses “set and crosscheck” During descent cleared to an altitude (1) PF sets MCP Altitude (2) Approach checklist and QNH setting will be delayed until TL. During climb at TRANSITION ALTITUDE (1) PM calls “Transition altitude. set QNH” (2) PF sets QNH and calls “APPROACH CHECKLIST”.

FLAP – SPEED MANEUVERING PROCEDURE When recommended maneuvering speeds are followed. d. complete all necessary actions accordingly 1. reduces cabin noise levels and increases fuel efficiency. e. a. The maneuver speed for existing flap position is indicated by the numbered flap maneuvering speed bugs. then increase. SPEED SELECTION Delaying the speed selection causes an increase in thrust. Pilot monitoring (First Officer on the ground) should. select the next lower speed just as the additional configuration drag takes effect. Verify that the system controls are set correctly Use individual system lights to verify the system status Take all necessary measures accordingly.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. Any time MASTER CAUTION light illuminates on the ground or in flight. Adequate maneuver margin is retained at speed 20 knots below the recommended speed for all bank angles up to 30 degrees. crewmember resetting the system must announce “Master caution __ check and reset” the other pilot must response “CHECK”. FLAP RETRACTION The airplane should be accelerating when flaps are retracting to next position. When flaps are extended.Jan. After resetting the system. Category “D” for circling approaches 1. Selecting the lower speed too quickly causes thrust to decrease. MASTER CAUTION RESET PROCEDURE Master Caution system alerts the crewmembers to warn away from the normal field of view.Page : SOP-1-24 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. selection of the flaps to the next position should be made prior to decelerating below the recommended flap speed for the current flap setting. During flap extension. b. c. a. the schedule provides margin to stick shaker for at least an inadvertent 15 degrees overshoot beyond the normal 25 degrees angle of bank.50. Investigate and identified the reason for master caution. Selecting the next flap setting should be initiated when reaching the maneuver speed the existing flap position. . AIRPLANE APPROACH CATEGORY The 737-300/400 airplanes are classified as.51.49. FLAP EXTENTION Selecting the next flap setting should be initiated when reaching the maneuver speed for the existing flap position. Category "C" for straight in approaches and. b. Timely speed selection minimizes thrust level movement during the approach.

pilots should monitor the weather radar display. f.53. f. If it becomes not able to continue service in the cabin. select FASTEN BELTS switch to ON.Page : SOP-1-25 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.Jan. If sustained trimming occurs. In short-time period airspeed excursions of more than 15 knots and vertical speed changes more than 500 ft per minute can be expected. TURBULENT AIR PENETRATION PROCEDURE Increased thrust lever activity can be expected when encountering wind. b. PM will select one higher the scale then the PF g. c. Disengage autothrottle. Engine Start Switches to FLT.52. If severe turbulence encountered airspeed should be.73 Mach/280/250 knots . Autopilot CWS for pitch and roll mode. If severe turbulence is encountered. Flight in SEVERE Turbulence should be avoided if at all possible. To adjust the pitch attitude of radar is the responsibility of PF AIRSPEED 280 knots or . WEATHER RADAR POLICY a. Display intensity maximum should be selected at all times. a. Prior to entering of reported turbulence area make an announcement and advice passenger to fasten seat belts. The autopilot and/or autothrottle may remain engaged unless performance is objectionable. Instruct cabin crew to check that all passengers’ seat belts are fastened. Change thrust setting only if required to modify an unacceptable speed trend.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1. Prior to entering of reported turbulence area make an announcement and advice passenger to fasten seat belts. temperature and large pressure changes. Whenever the possibility exists for adverse weather near the intended flight path. PF will arrange the scale to observe indication. d. Flight in LIGHT to MODERATE Turbulence. e.73 Mach Use FMC recommended thrust setting . d. In short-time period airspeed excursions of 10 to 15 knots and vertical speed changes not more than 500 ft per minute can be expected. b. disengage the Autopilot. Do not forget to switch OFF again when clear of the area. e. h. f. Use gain control always in AUTO. Phase of flight CLIMB CRUISE DESCENT 1. e. c. Radar display will normally be adjusted having data for a range of 80 NM. g. i.

Incapacitation occurs in many forms ranging sudden death to subtle. TERRAIN POLICY a.55. flaps/slat or MMO/VMO) High energy stop Lightning strike Extreme dust Tail strike Overweight landing 1. b. PM will decide that PF is incapacitated. h. Incapacitation effects can range from loss of function to unconsciousness or death Routine adherence to standard operating procedures and standard profiles can aid in detecting a problem. Proper crew coordination involves checks and crosschecks using verbal communication. d. INCAPACITATION DURING TAKEOFF ROLL (1) If PF not respond to “80” callout.2006 Rev No : 01 GENERAL PROCEDURES 1.Jan. e. PM should monitor the terrain display. Use the terrain display when in proximity to terrain/obstacle c. (3) PM will announce “I HAVE THE CONTROLS” and calls “REJECT” Please be sure that actual speed is less than the V1 at the time of REJECT. It has occurred in all age group and during all phases of flight. EVENTS REQUIRING MAINTENANCE INSPECTION CHAPTER 5 of the Airplane Maintenance Manual refers to such events as “CONDITIONAL INSPECTIONS”. During night or IMC operations in non-radar environments for departure and approach. a. f. Subtle incapacitations are the most dangerous.54. The key to early recognition of pilot incapacitation is the regular use of Crew Resource Management (CRM) concept during flight operation. Subtle incapacitations occur frequently. d. partial loss of mental or physical performance. a. These include. c. PILOT INCAPACITATION Pilot incapacitation occurs frequently compared with other routinely trained non-normal condition. . Hard Landing Severe turbulence Overspeed (landing gear. PM will call again at “100” (2) If no respond is made to the second call. Having the terrain display at other times may be useful for terrain and situational awareness. 1. The other pilot shall take over the controls in TOURISTIC JET.56. but are not limited to. Failure of any crewmember to respond the Second Verbal Call is assumed for INCAPACITATION. b. A crewmember does not respond to any verbal call or significantly deviating from Standard Operation Procedures (SOP) be considered for incapacitation.Page : SOP-1-26 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. When terrain/obstacles near the intended flight path. g.

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INCAPACITATION DURING CRUISE (1) Decide whether a pilot is incapacitated upon recognizing symptoms. (2) Call chief cabin attendant by PA “Purser to cockpit” and let her to take care of the pilot. (3) Request purser to make an announcement for doctor or medical person in the cabin. (4) Never change the seat in the cockpit.

c. CREW ACTIONS UPON CONFIRMING PILOT INCAPACITATION (1) Declare MEDICAL EMERGENCY COR …. Declaring, MEDICAL EMERGENCY. Planning to land to …. Request medical assistance (doctor/ambulance) after the landing Ensure and engage the autopilot, Do not delay the landing and minimize the time Prepare flight deck for landing use ATIS information you have. Select HDG SEL and turn inbound to the landing airport, Select ROUTE page and change destination. Select DEP/ARR page select landing runway and execute. Select LEGS page (a) Find the first way point after discontinuity and select it, (b) Set the first page of LEGS and then execute. (9) Select INIT APP REF page (a) Check ILS frequency and Set NAV radios on both sides. (b) INBOUND course and set INBOUND courses (c) Check runway length and set Autobrake to MAX (d) Check VREF for landing flap and set VREF, (10) Do not rush and arrange your descent. (11) Configure the airplane for landing as early as possible. (12) Read and DO THE CHECKLISTS TWICE. (13) Request medical assistance ready at the position where planned to stop and if possible clear the runway by high-speed taxiway. But do not taxi to the gate. (14) AIR STAIRS not available on TOURISTIC JET airplanes. Request a stairs for medical personnel. (15) When stopped after the landing shutdown the engines and complete the checklists. (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)

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............ CHEKLISTS.............................................................................. LANDING PROCEDURE (NON-ILS) ................ LANDING ROLL PROCEDURE .......................................12............................5.. APPROACH PROCEDURE................................................................................................................................................................................ 20 2...............................................................................................20............... 24 2...... 2.... 2 FLIGHT CREW CHECK-IN ...3....................................11.............................................16.............. SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE....................21.................18........ 13 2.......... GO-AROUND AND MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURE.............................................. 9 TAXI PROCEDURE............................... 2............. AT THE END OF THE FLIGHT DAY ........... 2.. 2 AIRPLANE ACCEPTANCE ... 7 PUSHBACK AND TOWING PROCEDURE ............ 17 2.............. CRUISE PROCEDURE ....... 21 2............................. 2.......................25....... LANDING PROCEDURE (ILS CAT-I) .................17.............19......................... 15 2.........................10.Jan................................................... 10 BEFORE TAKEOFF PROCEDURE..................................................................................................... 12 2........................................................................................4...6........................................................ 16 2........ 3 PRELIMINARY PREFLIGHT PROCEDURE....................... 18 2......................... 5 BEFORE START PROCEDURE.. 25 ..... 7 BEFORE TAXI PROCEDURE ....................13...........2........................................ 2.................................................................Page : SOP-2-1 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15........................8... 23 2..........24..............1................................ TURN AROUND PROCEDURE.................... 19 2........15......................................... 2...............22.... 4 PREFLIGHT PROCEDURE......... TAKEOFF PROCEDURE ......23......................................................................... DESCENT PROCEDURE...................................................................................................................................... NORMAL PROCEDURES ............................................................... AUTOLAND PROCEDURE (ILS CAT-II AND CAT-IIIA).......... 2.............................14............................... 14 2...... AFTER LANDING PROCEDURE ............................7....................... 22 2................................ CLIMB PROCEDURE ........................................... 22 2... 2...... 24 2...2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES TABLE OF CONTENTS 2.........................9............................. 11 2.................................................... 2........ SECURE PROCEDURE ...................

Dispatch Office will provide all necessary documents and information through handling company. If operating an airport other then ANTALYA. And if any restriction for departure or any other expected delays. emergency procedures.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. When the crew briefing is complete. passenger briefings and other special requests. It is the responsibility of the TOURISTIC JET Dispatch Office to provide all necessary documents and information for flight. If delegated by the captain calculate and Ensure that the Cabin Crew for flight is inform the dispatcher about the fuel required available for duty. If any crewmember is missing inform the Crew Planning Section. Actual and Forecast weather for Destination and Alternate airports. . Complete the Cabin Crew Briefing. Calculate and inform the First Officer and dispatcher about the requested fuel. FLIGHT CREW CHECK-IN Captain First Officer The flight Crew should report to the operations office at the city of departure 1 hour 45 minutes prior to scheduled departure time. for flight. After completing the dispatch briefing Assign task shearing for first sector of the flying day.Page : SOP-2-2 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.Jan. The flight crew will complete the briefing at the dispatch office.1. Dispatcher briefing should include the following NOTAMS. flight time’s turbulence areas. NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. the crew should expedite their customs procedures if applicable.

2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2.Jan. Check documents. Supervise First Officer. Welcome the incoming crew Wait until the captain accepts airplane and Collect information about the status of the releases for your duties airplane and Enroute weather Check Airplane Technical Log Book Contact with the airplane technician if available when out off home base. Check Electrical power is up IRS mode selector OFF. AIRPLANE ACCEPTANCE Captain First Officer The captain must complete the airplane acceptance. Cabin Crew and Ground Continue Preflight Procedure Crew for preflight preparations . and JEPPESENS are on board. Give the TRIP INFO to Handling Ramp Release the Flight Crew if no maintenance action Agent required.Page : SOP-2-3 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. then NAV Check Crew Oxygen pressure Check Hydraulic quantities Check engine OIL quantities Check Aircraft LEGAL DOCUMENTS Takeoff Analysis.2. on behalf of the Captain.

21. Scheduled operation and fuel figures. check total distance and fuel remaining .2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2.21.3.Jan.Page : SOP-2-4 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. name of Flight & Cabin crew. Complete EXTERIOR INSPECTION Set parking brake and check brake wear indicator during Exterior Inspection If delegating First officer for exterior inspection. Check CDU preflight completed Select PROG page and check total distance and fuel remaining Check and set OXYGEN panel Check Passenger OXYGEN switch Check Landing gear indicator lights Check Flight Recorder switch Check Manual Gear Extension panel Check circuit breakers panels Set Parking Brake Start the CDU preflight procedure Enter ORIGIN and departure routing Enter initial navigation data Enter initial performance data Enter Enroute winds 10 deg / 10 kts Enter arrival procedure for RWY Check Noise Abatement Procedure (JEPPESEN 10-4) Select PROG page.9) Fill out the Airplane Technical Log Book. PRELIMINARY PREFLIGHT PROCEDURE Captain First Officer After a crew change or maintenance action Check maintenance documents and verify Check emergency equipment that the airplane is satisfactory for flight. If airplane released by First Officer. SERVICE INTERPHONE switch OFF Set ENGINE panel and verify that REVERSER and ENGINE CONTROL lights are Supervise the Flight and Ground Crew for extinguished preflight preparations Check PMC switches are ON and verify INOP lights are extinguished. Before each flight perform exterior inspection if it is not completed by Maintenance crew. leave yellow page to Handling Company Ramp Agent. If airplane released by technicians leave yellow page to him with the captain signature. the Captain performs First Officer’s preflight procedure (NP.5 until page NP.

4.Jan.Page : SOP-2-5 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. PREFLIGHT PROCEDURE Captain Adjust seat Adjust Rudder Pedals Adjust seatbelt and shoulder harness Set EFIS control panel Set mode control panel Test and set OXYGEN MASK panel Set clocks to UTC time NOSE WHEEL STEERING switch Check disengage light TEST switches Check STAB OUT OF TRIM light Check flight instrument indications Check standby instruments Set standby RMI to VOR or ADF Set SPEEDBRAKE to DOWN detent Set reverse thrust levers to down Check forward thrust levers closed Set FLAP lever to UP Set parking brake Set engine start lever to CUTOFF Adjust seat Adjust Rudder Pedals Adjust seatbelt and shoulder harness Check overheat and fire protection panel Check flight control panel and Set YAW DAMPER switch ON Set NAVIGATION panel Set DISPLAY panel Set fuel panel Set electrical panel Start APU (as needed) EQUIPMENT COOLING switches Check EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHTS Set passenger sings ON Windshield wiper selector to PARK Set WINDOW HEAT switches ON Set PITOT HEAT switches OFF Set WING ANTI-ICE switch OFF Set ENGINE ANTI-ICE switches OFF Set Hydraulic panel First Officer Set STABILIZER TRIM cutout switches to Set air conditioning panel NORMAL Set radio tuning panel Set VHF NAV radios for SID Set audio control panel Set cabin pressurization panel Set lighting panel Ignition select switch to IGN L or R Set ENGINE START switches OFF Set FLIGHT DIRECTOR switches ON Set EFIS control panel Test and set OXYGEN MASK panel Set clocks to UTC time Check disengage light TEST switches .2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2.

2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES PREFLIGHT PROCEDURE (Continue) Captain First Officer Check flight instrument indications Check GROUND PROXIMITY panel Set and check Landing Gear Panel Set Autobrake selector to RTO ANTISKID INOP light extinguished Set engine display control panel Check engine instruments Check CARGO FIRE panel Set radio tuning panel First flight of the day. . PF selects minimum usable range and PM selects one higher range above.500 ft.000 feet AGL. AGL unless required by NOISE ABATEMENT procedure otherwise Takeoff Bug Cart performance data Check the map display and map range.000 feet AGL. bug to 1. Check Noise Abatement Procedure (JEPPESEN Chart 10-4) Verify THR REDUCTION altitude THR REDUCTION altitude to 1. obtain ATC clearance When boarding in progress. • TCAS • WEATHER RADAR • Cargo Fire System • Engine/Wheel Well Fire Warning systems must be checked Set VHF NAV radios for SID Set audio control panel Set ADF radio frequency Transponder panel (STBY and 2000) Check STABILIZER TRIM override switch Test the lights (master LIGHT TEST and DIM For FULL auto callout test.Page : SOP-2-6 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. Push the GPWS switch to TEST) switch simultaneously Set RADIO/BAROMETRIC reference orange Set RADIO/BAROMETRIC reference orange bug to 1.Jan. (In order to monitor possible deviation from the SID during departure) If Clearance Prior to Taxi (CPT) is specified. Pilot Flying completes expected SID briefing (If CPT is available Pilot Flying completes assigned SID briefing) CALL “PREFLIGHT PROCEDURE” CALL “PREFLIGHT CHECKLIST” Call “Preflight Procedure completed” Do the “Preflight Checklist” (TOLD) use estimate CDU entries are correct.

VR.6. “set HYRAULIC pumps ON” Set system A hydraulic Pumps ON . the TOW BAR is disconnected Verify. selects TAKEOFF page and PM.Jan. Note and crosscheck N1 Enter ASSUME TEMPERATURE Enter “V speeds” to TAKEOFF REF Note STAB trim setting to TOLD cart Set V2 speed on the MCP Calculate & declare “V” speeds IAS Bug set V1. the TOW BAR is disconnected Verify. Confirm takeoff weight with captain Request possible Derate and assumed temperature Calculate possible Derate and assumed calculation. Set Engine Derate Rate. Receive startup & pushback Request Startup & Pushback Set or release the parking brake as directed by ground personnel The Engine start procedure may be done during pushback or towing When pushback or towing is complete Verify.V2.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. selects LEGS page Request start up and pushback Obtain start up and pushback Flight deck windows. closed & locked Verify exterior doors are closed Set FUEL panel Set hydraulic panel Call “Before Start Procedure” Set Air Condition panel ANTI COLLISION light switch ON Call “Before Start Procedure completed” Do the “Before Start Checklist” Call “BEFORE START Checklist” 2. PUSHBACK AND TOWING PROCEDURE Captain First Officer Establish communication with ground handling personnel. BEFORE START PROCEDURE Captain First Officer When Load and Trim Sheet received Verify the calculations are correct Note the actual ZFW on TOLD card Declare ZFW and enter PERF Page Crosscheck takeoff weight with F/O. the NOSE GEAR STEERING LOCKOUT PIN is removed Call. closed & locked Flight deck windows.V2+15 and flaps up maneuvering speed PF.5.Page : SOP-2-7 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. temperature calculation.

move the Engine Start Call. N2. verify that the Engine start switch moves to OFF. start the other engine. After the engine is stable at IDLE.Jan. Fuel Flow and oil pressure for normal indications while the engine accelerates to a STABLE IDLE. during each start attempt A minimum of 20 seconds is needed between start attemps Captain . “STARTER CUTOUT” Switch to OFF Monitor N1. EGT.Page : SOP-2-8 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2.1. Do not exceed 2 minutes starter duty cycle. ENGINE START PROCEDURE First Officer Verify Start up clearance received Call “ENGINE START PROCEDURE” And Air conditioning PACK switches OFF announce start sequence Call “ START NUMBER__ ENGINE” ENGINE START switch to GRD Maintain silence in the flight deck Maintain silence in the flight deck Verify that the N2 increases Verify that the N2 increases When N1 rotation is seen and N2 is at 25% or at maximum motoring and a minimum of 20% N2. If not. Monitor fuel flow and EGT indications select Engine Start lever to IDLE Verify that the START VALVE OPEN light Monitor fuel flow and EGT indications extinguishes when the Engine Start Switches moves to OFF At 46% N2.

Call “BEFORE TAXI PROCEDURE” Check LE FLAPS EXT green light Check DC/AC electric buses and generator Engine Start levers IDLE detent switches ON Set APU switch OFF (unless needed for Check flight controls any technical reason or LVO.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. “set HYRAULIC pumps ON” Call.7.) • Move the control wheel and control column to full travel in both direction and verify freedom Set PITOT HEAT switches ON WING ANTI-ICE switch as needed of movement and the controls return to center. the TOW BAR is disconnected and the NOSE GEAR STEERING LOCKOUT PIN is removed Set system A hydraulic Pumps ON Call. • Hold the nose wheel steering wheel during the ENGINE ANTI-ICE as needed rudder check to prevent nose wheel movement. Set PACK switches AUTO Set ISOLATION VALVE switch AUTO Set ENGINE START switches CONT Set Transponder ALT OFF if needed Set STBY if not needed Call ”BEFORE TAXI PROCEDURE” completed Check RECALL Check RECALL Call “BEFORE TAXI Checklist” Do the “BEFORE TAXI Checklist” .Page : SOP-2-9 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.Jan. “FLAPS __” Select takeoff flaps and. BEFORE TAXI PROCEDURE Captain First Officer When pushback or towing is complete.

and aircraft behind the airplane when the engines are above idle thrust. TAXI PROCEDURE Captain Prior to taxi Captains should brief the expected taxi route and procedure Captains must be constantly aware of the equipment.Page : SOP-2-10 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. Use TURNOFF and the Taxi light to indicate movement of the airplane.Jan. Limit breakaway thrust is Max. First Officer Have airport diagram ready and follow the briefing Keep the airport diagram in a location readily available during taxi an assist the captain if necessary Write down the taxi clearance when received. Avoid following other aircraft too closely. Allow time for airplane response before increasing thrust further. 40% N1. Turn all lights OFF when stopped. Normal taxi speed is 10 to 20 knots and adjusted for conditions. structures. Use standard phraseology Read back all clearances Verify the taxi routing. Anytime speeds greater than 20 knots use RUDDER PEDAL steering only.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. Stop the airplane and verify taxi routing with ATC if any crewmember is in doubt regarding the clearance. Differential braking and braking while turning should be avoided.8. Do not allow ATC to rush you. is not permitted Taxiing during adverse weather conditions requires awareness of surface condition Progressively follow taxi position on the airport diagram. if any doubt inform the captain . Taxiing out for flight with one engine operating. Captains may consider requesting a FOLLOW ME vehicle If both pilots are unfamiliar with the airport and especially during LVO.

“BEFORE TAKEOFF Checklist” Do the “BEFORE TAKEOFF checklist” When entering the departure runway but not cleared for takeoff AUTO THROTTLE ARM Set the STROBE light switch to ON Align the airplane with the runway Set transponder mode to TA/RA When cleared for takeoff Set the weather radar or the terrain display as needed Check time Check time Align the airplane with the runway FIXED LANDING light switches to ON Advance the thrust levers slowly to approximately 40% N1. DEMO in the cabin Set transponder STBY or ALT off. Set radio If time permitting welcome the passenger after frequencies. Call “Before Takeoff Procedure” The pilot who will do the takeoff reviews the takeoff briefing. When ATC clearance received. Call “I have the controls” Captain .Page : SOP-2-11 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. departure frequency and Transponder code setting When takeoff briefing review completed by PF Call. name of the SID.9. Call “TO/GA” If PM call “You have the controls” If PF. BEFORE TAKEOFF PROCEDURE First Officer If CPT is not available when leaving the Verify that the Enroute clearance received congested area request ATC clearance. Set MCP altitude. Verify that the cabin is secure for takeoff. initial climb altitude or level.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2.Jan. Allow the engines to stabilize before pushing TO/GA switches until 60 kts. If cabin is not ready delay the takeoff. Takeoff runway.

000 feet. follow F/D commands Establish a positive rate of climb Call.500 feet AGL or acceleration height At thrust reduction height verify that CLIMB Push the N1 switch. TAKEOFF PROCEDURE Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring After TO/GA switch is pushed verify that the correct takeoff thrust is set Monitor the engine instrument If Autothrottle not available call. if the thrust If Captain is Pilot Monitoring. levers do not advance to the planned Captain’s hand must be on the thrust levers until takeoff thrust by 60 knots. “CHECK” Verify V1 speed At VR. ‘’ Heading or LNAV’’ Set ‘’Heading or LNAV’’ At 1.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. Verify 80 knots and call. If Autothrottle not available adjust takeoff “SET TAKEOFF THRUST” thrust before 60 knots During strong headwinds. “ATC” Report only the name of SID If acceleration height is above 1.10. manually V1 from beginning of takeoff roll. THRUST is set At 3000 feet AGL Call. “AFTER TAKEOFF Checklist” Do “After Takeoff Checklist”. advance the thrust lever. “Set Flaps UP speed” Set the flaps up maneuvering speed Call. give a call to ATC when directed or at specified altitude.“FLAPS UP” according to the flap Monitor flaps and slats retraction Call retraction schedule “FLAPS UP no light” Engage the AUTOPILOT Monitor SID and Monitor climb Engage VNAV Call. Set the flap lever to UP Call. rotate toward 15 pitch attitude and after liftoff. . “80 KNOTS” Verify the “ V1 callout” or call “V1” At VR call “ROTATE” Monitor airspeed and vertical speed Verify a positive rate of climb on the altimeter and call “POSITIVE RATE” Verify a positive rate of climb on the altimeter Set the landing gear lever UP and call “GEAR UP” At 400 feet AGL Call. Report only the name of SID you are on unless special procedures apply.Page : SOP-2-12 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. “FLAPS __” according to the flap Set the flap lever as directed retraction schedule Monitor flaps and slats retraction Call.Jan.

11.Page : SOP-2-13 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.000 feet MSL Call. FASTEN BELT “AUTO” Set FASTEN BELT switch to AUTO Intermediate LEVELOFF due to traffic Enter Assigned Level on climb page CDU will turn to CRZ page.Jan. CLIMB PROCEDURE Pilot Flying At Transition Altitude Respond “set and cross checked” Pilot Monitoring Call. Inform the cabin crew ( 1 chime) Captain will give a call to handling company about ETA to destinations At or above FL 200 Call.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. “FL 100 or 10. ‘’Transition Altitude set STD’’ At or above FL 100 / 10. Check data and select PROG page Do not cruise with climb speed for prolonged time Use CRZ CLIMB for further Reaching to requested CRUISE LEVEL Check cruise page and data on CDU Remain on LEGS page Select PROG page Remain on LEGS page . “Lights OFF” Set light switches OFF accordingly.000 ft” Call.

50 KHz and monitor until landing preparation Upon reaching to cruise level additional task shearing will be performed Captain completes the passenger announcements and entries to the Airplane Technical Log Book. CRUISE PROCEDURE Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring Check CRZ page and set PROG Maintain ECON cruise speed unless alternate ATC speed and/or condition requires otherwise Monitor PROG page during cruise Monitor LEGS page during cruise Stow airport and SID charts Stow airport and SID charts Set both VHF NAV receivers Auto Set second VHF radio to 121.000 feet above to an altitude where intent to climb . Fuel checks should be done every one-hour of flight.Jan. arrange to return back as expeditious as possible otherwise inform the other pilot The pilot remaining in the cockpit should be in a position close to the controls with seatbelt secured. actual landing and on block times must be logged Update the computer flight plan when reaching cruise level. Takeoff parameter should be logged on all departures.000ft If any of pilot needs to leave the cockpit during cruise flight. level shoulder harnesses in not mandatory Good cockpit discipline must be maintained at all times to ensure safe and efficient operations. Use the ETA of first waypoint to begin with. TOURISTIC JET has RVSM Approval therefore may operate in defined portions of airspace where. Engine cruise parameters should be logged if flight time is more then 2 hours. based on Regional Air Navigation Agreement with a vertical separation minimum of 1. cockpit crew should adhere to proper navigation. At cruise. Insert Enroute alternate airports on FIX page if suitable for landing.Page : SOP-2-14 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. ATIS information of Enroute alternates for EMERCENCY diversion should be logged on ENROUTE INFO FORM.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. PM completes the FLIGHT PLAN entries during the cruise. Actual off block and takeoff. For flight safety. communication and cruise procedures STEP CLIMB will be requested when OPT Altitudes reaches to an intended/planned cruise level or MAX Altitude reaches 1.12.

DESCENT PROCEDURE Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring Descent Checklist is normally initiated descending below CRUISE LEVEL. Complete the arrival and approach briefing based on ATIS information Verify the RADIO/BARO minimums as needed for the approach Verify the navigation radios and course for the approach Do DESCENT checklist.Jan.000 MSL Complete the approach preparation for ATIS frequency ACTIVE and Handling in planned & selected RWY and Missed STBY on second radio approach on CDU Before obtaining ATIS information.Page : SOP-2-15 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.13. plan your briefing and complete setup Check landing performance and determine the landing weight. ‘’DESCENT CHECKLİST’’ .2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. Descent Checklist must be completed by FL 100 or 10. Set INBOUND course. Crosscheck ADF & markers volume Set ADF and markers volume When landing on DRY RUNWAY Landing distance must be equal or shorter than the 60% of usable length Normal landings should be made with flaps 30 unless required otherwise Set the AUTOBRAKE selector to the needed brake setting After obtaining the ATIS information Captain calls Handling Company about ETA and any special request. Call. Set VREF speed in advance Crosscheck VREF Set the DH REF-Radio altimeter minimums as needed for the approach Set or verify the navigation radios and course for the approach Verify TL on DESC FORECAST page Set TL on DESC FORECAST page Set VOR frequency ACTIVE Set ILS frequency Crosscheck INBOUND courses.

“Lights ON” Call. set QNH” Call.NAV Call. descending below FL200. All approaches should be flown with autopilot to their respective minimums F/D only or without F/D Approaches is allowable by the Captain. for fuel economy.Jan.Page : SOP-2-16 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES Passing through FL200 FASTEN SEATBELT sign should be ON Remind the FASTEN SEATBELT sign descending below FL200. Select PROG page and constantly monitor Maintain LEGS page and update the changes on arrival / approach the track distance until GS capture Do not completely abandon Enroute It is recommended to maintain closest navigation procedures even if ATC is waypoint be selected on top of LEGS. Passing through FL100 Call. “INBOUND courses are set. “Transition Level. “Approach Checklist” Call.000 MSL” Fixed Landing & Runway Turnoff Lights ON (LOGO and Wings Light ON at night) During descent below FL 100.14. “Approach Checklist complete” radios are MANUEL RAW DATA set on my side’’ Approach Procedure and Approach Checklist must be completed before. “QNH ___ passing ___ feet” Pilot Monitoring Call. APPROACH PROCEDURE At Transition level Pilot Flying Call. Plan to keep Air traffic permitting coordinate continuous power near IDLE until establish Glide Slope descent with ATC as needed. Within 20 miles to touchdown start speed reduction to FLAPS UP speed and follow approach speed control procedure . Those approaches may be flown upon request or condition dictates. “FL 100/10. Initial Approach Fix (IAF) or the start of Radar Vectors to final approach course or the start of visual approach. Verify that the cabin is secure 2. Have closest way point on top to update track providing radar vectors to initial or final distance to touchdown approach fix. “APPROACH Checklist” Do. “Set and crosschecked” Read.

LANDING PROCEDURE (ILS CAT-I) Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring Within 20 miles to touchdown speed reduction to FLAPS UP SPEED Maintain PROG page and constantly monitor Maintain LEGS page and update the changes the track distance on arrival / approach Call. all automatic callouts and/or do the NOT RECEIVED call as needed Call. “FLAPS 5” at 12 track miles When on localizer intercept heading Verify PF side ILS tuned & identified Verify PM side ILS tuned & identified Verify LOC & GS pointers are shown Verify LOC & GS pointers are shown Arm the VOR LOC mode Crosscheck the VOR LOC mode selected Verify that the localizer captured before GS. ‘’Continue’’ in VMC 100’ above minimum callout Call. “Checked” ( ALL LIGHTS ON during “500” callout night time) Executed GO-AROUND if it is called Call. Call. “LANDING” Verify automatic “Minimums” callout Disengage A/P and A/T and do the landing manually. “GO-AROUND” only if needed. “Flaps 30” (Flaps 40 if needed) Set the flap lever as directed “Check 30/40” Call. Select the heading to match inbound course Call. “Check flaps” Call. “GO-AROUND” . ‘’Looking Out’’ in IMC ‘’APPROACHING MINIMUM ‘’ Call. “LANDING CHECKLIST” “Holding at flaps” At the final approach fix or OM “Check” Verify the crossing altitude Call. Monitor flaps and slats extension. “GLIDE SLOPE ALIVE” “Check” At Glide Slope capture Set missed approach altitude on MCP Call Set the landing gear to DOWN and verify ‘’Gear DOWN’’ landing gear lights are illuminated. “Flaps 15” Set the flap lever to 15 Set the Speedbrake lever to ARM Set engine start switches to CONT When GS capture set INIT REF page Select 3rd page of PROG page Complete the checklist down to flaps and call. “Checked” “1. call. “FLAPS 1” at 14 track miles Set the flap lever as directed.Page : SOP-2-17 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. “Landing Checklist complete” Verify the landing clearance is RECEIVED or Verify.000” callout Call. Call. Call. Call. Inform ATC If any visual references not reached at DH.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2.15.Jan.

all automatic callouts and/or do the NOT RECEIVED call as needed Executed GO-AROUND if it is called Call. The other pilot must execute GO-AROUND “1. “Flaps 40” Set the flap lever as directed Call. “DUAL CHANNEL” Call. “Checked” Verify the AFDS status Call.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. call. “GO-AROUND” only if needed. minimums” Monitor flight and engine instrument Verify automatic “Minimums” or call “Minimums” Inform ATC . call. Call. “Checked” And call. “Landing Checklist complete” Verify the landing clearance is RECEIVED or Verify. “Flaps 15” Set the flap lever to 15 Set the Speedbrake lever to ARM Set engine start switches to CONT When GS capture set INIT REF page Select second page of PROG page Read & do the checklist down to flaps and Call.16. Select the heading to match inbound course “Check” Call. “GLIDE SLOPE ALIVE” At Glide Slope capture Set missed approach altitude on MCP Set the landing gear to DN and verify landing Call. AUTOLAND PROCEDURE (ILS CAT-II and CAT-IIIA) Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring When on localizer intercept heading Verify PF side ILS tuned & identified Verify PM side ILS tuned & identified Verify LOC & GS pointers are shown Arm the APP mode Crosscheck the APP mode selected Use HDG SEL or LNAV to intercept the final approach course as needed Verify that the localizer captured before GS. “GO-AROUND” “500” callout. “Holding at flaps” At the final approach fix or OM Response “Check” Verify the crossing altitude Call.000” callout Call.Page : SOP-2-18 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. “Gear DOWN” gear lights are illuminated. “Check flaps” “Check 40” Call. “FLARE ARM” Verify automatic “App. And call. A deviation from proper procedures or any lack of acknowledgment should be questioned for incapacitation. Looking Out” for visual references in IMC If any element of visual references reached at DH.Jan. “LANDING CHECKLIST” call. “LANDING” If any visual references not reached at DH.

Set the landing gear to DN and verify landing Call. Call. all automatic callouts and/or do the NOT RECEIVED call as needed Call. Call. “FLAPS 1” at 14 track miles Monitor flaps and slats extension.Page : SOP-2-19 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. “Initial Approach Fix” Set MDA on MCP and arrange descent with Monitor approach and descent. “Flaps 15” Set the flap lever to 15 Set the Speedbrake lever to ARM Set engine start switches to CONT When GS capture set INIT REF page Select second page of PROG page Complete the checklist down to flaps and call. Call. do not rely on GS information (if any) Set INBOUND Course on MCP Call. Call.17. “LANDING CHECKLIST” “Holding at flaps” At the final approach fix or 5 miles to touchdown Call. “Check flaps” “Check 30/40” Call. “Flaps 30” (Flaps 40 if needed) Set the flap lever as directed Call.Jan. “Landing Checklist complete” Verify the landing clearance is RECEIVED or Verify.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. “Checked” “500” callout Call. Looking Out” in IMC Call. minimums” Monitor flight & engine instrument Verify automatic “Minimums” callout Flight Directors OFF Set missed approach altitude on MCP Flight Directors ON Inform ATC . If any visual references not reached at MAP call. “Gear DOWN” gear lights are illuminated. “FLAPS 5” at 12 track miles When on intercept heading Verify VOR/LOC tuned & identified Verify VOR/LOC tuned& identified Arm the VOR/LOC mode Crosscheck the VOR/LOC selected If executing a LOC approach. “VOR/LOC capture” At initial approach fix cleared for approach Call. “Continue” in VMC Call. Vertical Speed or VNAV Verify the crossing altitudes. “Checked” “1.000” callout Call. “GO-AROUND” Verify automatic “App. “LANDING” When visual references establish disengage A/P and A/T and do the landing manually. LANDING PROCEDURE (NON-ILS) Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring Maintain PROG page and constantly monitor Maintain LEGS page and update the changes the track distance on arrival / approach Set the flap lever as directed.

Page : SOP-2-20 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. GO-AROUND and MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURE Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring A deviation from proper procedures or any lack of acknowledgment should be questioned for incapacitation. “FLAPS UP” Set the flap lever as directed Monitor flaps and slats retraction After flap retraction Select LVL CHG or VNAV as needed Verify that climb thrust is set Observe mode annunciation Verify that climb thrust is set Verify that the missed approach altitude is Verify that the missed approach altitude is captured. captured.18. The other pilot must execute GO-AROUND If any element of visual references not reached at MDA/DA or DH.Jan. and that the thrust increases Verify a positive rate of climb on the altimeter and call. push the TO/GA switch Position the FLAP lever to 15 and monitor flap retraction and call. “POSITIVE RATE” Verify a positive rate of climb on the Set the landing gear lever to UP altimeter and call. Set the landing gear lever to OFF after landing gear retraction is complete. “GO-AROUND” At the same time. “FLAPS 15” Verify the rotation to GO-AROUND attitude Verify that the thrust is sufficient for the goaround or adjust as needed. call. Set the engine start switches as needed Call.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. “GEAR UP” When above 400 feet AGL Select appropriate ROLL MODE and verify Observe mode annunciation proper mode annunciation Verify that the missed approach route is tracked At acceleration height (1. “FLAPS 1” Call. “FLAPS 5” Call.500 feet AGL or local ATC procedure) Call. “AFTER TAKEOFF Checklist” Do ‘’AFTER TAKEOFF’’ Checklist .

Jan.19. “SPEEDBRAKES NOT UP” Then apply reverse thrust as needed WARNING: After the reverse thrust levers are moved. until leaving the being asked by the Captain.Page : SOP-2-21 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. a full stop landing must be made.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. “60 KNOTS” NOTE: Captain takes over the controls after ”60 KNOTS” callout After handover the controls to captain Captain First Officer Start movement of the reverse thrust levers to be at the REVERSE IDLE detent before taxi speed. safe flight is not possible Verify correct Autobrake operation or Monitor braking action manual braking as needed Call. LANDING ROLL PROCEDURE Pilot Flying Disengage the autopilot and control the airplane manually after Autoland Verify that the thrust levers are closed Verify the Speedbrake lever is UP Without delay move the REVERSE THRUST levers to the interlocks. move the reverse thrust levers full down Call “After Landing Procedure” if a long taxi or When Speedbrake is DOWN continue backtrack on the landing runway is required. If there is only few meters to leave the runway “AFTER LANDING PROCEDURE” or delay Speedbrake DOWN. runway . Disarm the AUTOBRAKES before the taxi speed (30 knots GS) After the engines are at Reverse Idle. If an engine stays in reverse. HOLD LIGHT interlocks release PRESSURE until the Pilot Monitoring Verify the Speedbrake lever is UP Call “SPEEDBRAKES UP” If the Speedbrake lever is not UP Call.

“SHUTDOWN Checklist” Do.Jan.20. Set Engine start levers to CUTOFF FASTEN BELTS switch OFF Call. “After Landing Procedure” Start APU Set the weather radar to OFF Set ENGINE START switches to OFF Set LANDING and TAXI lights when requested by the Captain. “SHUTDOWN PROCEDURES” ANTICOLLISION light to OFF FUEL PUMP switches to OFF GALLEY power switch as needed WING ANTI-ICE switch to OFF ENGINE ANTI-ICE switches to OFF ELEC.HYD. Set the flap lever to UP. release the APU switch as needed Parking Brake Call.Page : SOP-2-22 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. AFTER LANDING PROCEDURE Captain First Officer The Captain moves or verifies that the SPEEDBRAKE lever is DOWN Call.PUMP switches to OFF Air conditioning PACK switch to AUTO (weather condition permits select PACK switch to OFF) ISOLATION VALVE switch AUTO Engine BLEED air switches ON APU BLEED air switch ON Exterior lights switches as needed FLIGHT DIRECTOR switches OFF After the wheel chocks are in place. Set STROBE lights to OFF when leaving the landing runway Set PITOT SITATIC HEAT switches to OFF Set AUTOBRAKE selector to OFF if used during the landing. “Shutdown Checklist” . SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE Captain First Officer Start the Shutdown Procedures after taxi is completed Set Electrical power to APU Set the parking brake GENERATOR or GRD POWER Run the engines at IDLE for three minutes before shutdown. If landing is completed in icing condition leave at Flaps 15 Set transponder mode selector STBY or ALT OFF as needed 2.21.

“PREFLIGHT PROCEDURE” Call. enter the fuel data to Prepare the flight deck for next flight sector.000 AGL as altitude reference Verify AUTOBRAKE to RTO Set AUTOBRAKE to RTO Verify radio tuning panel to CPT or GRD active Set radio tuning panel CPT or GRD active and DEP in STBY and DEP in STBY Handling active and ATIS in STBY Handling active and ATIS in STBY Set Audio Control Panel.Page : SOP-2-23 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.000 AGL as altitude reference Set 1. Airplane Technical Log book Complete PREFLIGHT entries to Airplane Complete CDU preflight and leave IRS Technical Log book and give YELLOW copy mode selectors in NAV to handling agent. “Preflight Procedure Completed” Call. If no discrepancy or malfunction write “NIL” on Airplane Technical Log Book Complete all necessary entries on Airplane Technical Log Book Tear BLUE and GREEN copies off from Airplane Technical Log Book First Officer Note the LANDING and ON BLOCK times on Computer Flight Plan Calculate FLIGHT and BLOCK times Note the trip fuel and fuel remaining Complete all necessary information on Computer Flight Plan Collect all documents and save those in Flight Order Envelope Do not leave cockpit until the Captain Perform a WALK-AROUND for next the flight returns to flight deck. Loudspeakers must be Set Audio Control Panel Loudspeakers must in low volume only or use headset. be in low volume only or use headset. “PREFLIGHT Checklist” Do. Set parking brake Set FASTEN BELT switch to ON Call. sector and complete the refueling requirements Monitor CPT and Handling Frequency After having the fuel. “Preflight checklist” .Jan.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. Set Air Conditioning Panel Set Flight Director switches to ON Set Flight Director switches to ON Set EFIS control panel Set EFIS control panel Set 1.22. TURN AROUND PROCEDURE Captain Advice the LANDING and ON BLOCK times Confirm flight time and block time for Airplane Technical Log Book If an Autoland performed make an entry in REMARKS.

23. SECURE PROCEDURE Captain Advice LANDING and ON BLOCK times Confirm flight time and block time for Airplane Technical Log Book entry. “Secure Checklist” Call. “SECURE PROCEDURE” First Officer Note LANDING and ON BLOCK times on Computer Flight Plan Calculate FLIGHT and BLOCK times Note the trip fuel and fuel remaining Complete all necessary information on Computer Flight Plan. If no discrepancy or malfunction write “NIL” on Airplane Technical Log Book Complete all necessary entries on Airplane Technical Log Book Tear BLUE and GREEN copies off from Airplane Technical Log Book Call.24. Give Flight Envelope to Supervisor or store in airplane LIBRARY .Jan. If an Autoland performed make an entry in REMARKS. Collect all documents and save those in Flight Order Envelope Set IRS mode selectors to OFF Set EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHTS switch to OFF Set WINDOW HEAT switches to OFF Set Air Conditioning switches OFF Do.2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2. AT THE END OF THE FLIGHT DAY AT THE END OF THE FLIGHT DAY Set zero MCP readouts Set zero MCP readouts Leave MCP at Go-Around altitude MCP speed at 110 KNOTS Set IDENT page on CDU Set IDENT page on CDU Set “2000” and STBY on transponder Set “FLT” on Audio Panel Set “FLT” on Audio Panel Dim all lights Dim all lights Do not forget any belongings behind Do not forget any belongings behind Do not leave flight deck until the last passenger leaves the airplane or if the Captain may leave the flight deck to brief the Captain releases other Captain taking the airplane over for the next sector. “SECURE Checklist” 2.Page : SOP-2-24 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.

............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... CHEKLISTS PREFLIGHT OXYGEN....................... VR __.................. ALT _ TAKEOFF SPEEDS .......................................................NORMAL WINDOW HEAT................................................................................................ ON WINDOWS............................................... AUTO FLIGHT GROUND SWITCH............................................IDLE DETENT FLIGHT CONTROLS ............................................ PUMPS ON PASSENGER SIGNS ........................................................................................................................................................................2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES 2.....__ GREEN LIGHT AUTOTHROTTLE .....................................................TA/RA CPT CPT F/O F/O F/O F/O F/O F/O F/O F/O B CPT CPT CPT B F/O F/O F/O B CPT CPT B CPT B F/O B F/O F/O B CPT CPT . ARM TRANSPONDER.................Tested...........................................................CHECKED AUTOBRAKE....................... V2 _ CDU PREFLIGHT ............ CUTOFF BEFORE START FLIGHT DECK DOOR ......... RTO ENGINE START LEVERS . ZERO TAXI AND TAKEOFF BRIEFING..Page : SOP-2-25 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.......................................CLEAR BEFORE TAKEOFF FLAPS................................... SET/OFF ISOLATION VALVE............................100 INSTRUMENT transfer switches . ON BEFORE TAXI GENERATORS ........................................................... ZERO........... HDG __.................................... ON ANTI-ICE........................................................................LOCKED MCP .......................25.................................................................................................................................................................................... Heading__ Altimeter _ PARKING BRAKE .....................................ON FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS ..................................... V2 _........................ ON PROBE HEAT .... AUTO ENGINE START SWITCHES .................................. COMPLETED TRIM ...................................................................................................................................................................... __ UNITS.................... SET ENGINE START LEVERS .......... CONT PACKS.CHECKED GROUND EQUIPMENT.............................. FLT RECALL.... COMPLETED ANTI COLLISION LIGHT..............................................................................V1__................................................................................................. ____KG.....................................................CLOSED AND LOCKED FUEL..............Jan.....................................................

.......... NO LIGHTS DESCENT RECALL............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. COMPLETED APPROACH ALTIMETERS.................... CONT SPEEDBRAKE ......................................UP PARKING BRAKE ...........OFF PITOT HEAT..................................................................................................................................................................................... VREF __....................................................................... CUTOFF WEATHER RADAR .................... GRD FUEL PUMPS ...................................................................................... Minimums __ APPROACH BRIEFING.........................................OFF EMERCENCY EXIT LIGHTS ........................................................................................................................................................................................ARMED LANDING GEAR .........................OFF or SET LANDING DATA .............................................................................................CHECKED AUTOBRAKE..................OFF F/O F/O F/O F/O F/O F/O F/O F/O F/O CPT CPT CPT PM B B B B B PF PF B PM PM PM PM .....................................SET & XCHECKED LANDING ENGINE START SWITCHES ..OFF HYDRAULIC PANEL ....................................... UP and OFF FLAPS............................................................................................................ SET/ RELEASE ENGINE START LEVERS ................................................................................................OFF WINDOW HEAT................................................................................Jan..........ON PACKS........................................................................................ AUTO LANDING GEAR .................................................................................... SET FLAPS................................. DOWN FLAPS........__ GREEN LIGHT SHUTDOWN FLIGHT/GROUND SWITCH ................OFF SECURE IRS’s............................................................................................OFF PACKS........................................................................................................................................... UP...Page : SOP-2-26 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.....................................2006 Rev No : 01 NORMAL PROCEDURES CHEKLISTS (Continue) AFTER TAKEOFF ENGINE BLEEDS.......................

STANDARD OPERATION PROCEDURES MANUAL CHAPTER 3 NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES .

...... 3.............................................. 3 NON-NORMAL CHECKLIST USE ................ 3........................................3......................................... 9 TAKEOFF ENGINE FAILURE COMPANY PROCEDURE.................. 11 .................................. 3....................1..... 7 TAKEOFF ENGINE FAILURE (REDUCED THRUST) ..........6..5............... 3............................................. 3...... 10 ENGINE FIRE CONSIDERATION PROCEDURE ...... 11 TAKEOFF ENGINE FIRE COMPANY PROCEDURE ....Page : SOP-3-1 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.. 3...2.............8.......7........... 3.............................................. 5 TAKEOFF ENGINE FAILURE PROCEDURE.............................2006 Rev No : 01 NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES TABLE OF CONTENTS 3.. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ...............................4.................................... 2 NON-NORMAL CHECKLIST.................. 2 NON-NORMAL CHECKLIST OPERATION...................... 3................Jan..........................

f. The checklists are arranged in alphabetical order within each section. Checklists used by the flight crew to cope with Non-Normal situations. e. NON-NORMAL CHECKLIST a. Most checklists correspond to a Master Caution and System Annunciator light. All Unannunciated checklists are found in the first section of the Non-Normal Checklists chapter. A condition statement is given for all non-normal checklists. the titles of checklists containing memory items are printed in bold type. In the Table of Contents for each Non-Normal checklist section. which caused the Master Caution to illuminate. Checklists can have both recall and reference items. Some Unannunciated checklists also appear in the respective system section (such as ENGINE FUEL LEAK in the Fuel section). Reference items are actions to be done while reading the checklist. Recalls items are critical steps that must be done from memory are placed within a box.2006 Rev No : 01 NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES 3. g. b. Checklist without a Master Caution and System Annunciator light (such as DITCHING) are called unannunciated checklist. Some amplified information is included in brackets [ ] in the printed non-normal checklist when the reason for an items is not obvious. c. which match the system description chapter arrangement in Volume 2. The Master Caution and System Annunciator indicate a failure condition and are the cues to select and do the checklist.Jan. The checklists are grouped in logical sections.1. d. Unannunciated checklists also have condition Statements to help in understanding the reason for the checklist. The condition statement briefly describes the condition. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 3.Page : SOP-3-2 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. .

There is no non-normal checklist associated with the loss of an engine indication or with an automatic display of the secondary engine indications. k. c. but contamination off light deck air exists. (1) During engine start and prior to takeoff. (7) Normal boom MIC Operation is restored when oxygen use is no longer needed.2006 Rev No : 01 NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES 3. In certain unrelated multiple failure situations. i. Non-Normal checklists start with steps to correct the situation or condition. . respective non-normal checklist is done if non-normal condition is identified. e. d. NON-NORMAL CHECKLIST PROCEDURES ASSUME. (2) System controls are in the normal configuration for the phase of flight before the start of the Non-Normal checklists. g. Indicator lights should be tested to verify suspected faults. NON-NORMAL CHECKLIST OPERATION a. f.2. the items are deferred to the Approach and Landing Checklist. (3) Aural alerts are silenced and the system reset by the flight crew as soon as the cause of the alert is recognized. it is not possible to develop checklists for all conceivable situations. Checklists prescribing an engine shutdown must be evaluated by the captain to determine whether an actual shutdown or operation at reduced thrust is the safest course of action. (5) The 100% position of the oxygen regulator is used when positive pressure is not needed. the flight crew may have to combine elements of more than one checklist or exercise judgment to determine the safest course of action. When special items are needed to configure the airplane for landing. Flight patterns for some non-normal situations are located in the Maneuvers chapter and show the sequence of configuration changes. While every attempt is made to provide needed Non-Normal checklists.Page : SOP-3-3 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. Consideration must be given to probable effects if the engine is operated at the minimum needed thrust. (4) The EMERGENCY position of the oxygen regulator is used when needed to supply positive pressure in the masks and goggles to evacuate contaminants. j.Jan. b. (6) The NORMAL position of the oxygen regulator is used if prolonged use is needed and the situation allows. Information for planning the rest of the flight is included. Operate the engine normally unless a limit is exceeded. Upon completion of the checklist determine if Minimum Equipment List relief is available. h. especially those involving multiple failures. The captain must assess the situation and use sound judgment to determine the safest course of action.

Completion of the non-normal checklist is not required. It should be stressed that for persistent smoke or a fire that cannot be positively confirmed to be completely extinguished. One MAIN AC POWER source remaining (such as engine or APU generator) One HYDRAULIC System remaining (the standby System is considered a hydraulic System) Any other Situation determined by the crew to present a SIGNIFICANT ADVERSE EFFECT ON SAFETY if the flight is continued. the earliest possible descent. There are some situations. but extinguishes on master caution reset. (9) A ground reset of a tripped circuit breaker by the flight crew should only be accomplished after maintenance has determined it is safe to reset the circuit breaker. (3) (4) (5) .Jan. When non-normal condition is identified crew completes the appropriate non-normal checklist. l. (3) If an amber caution light illuminates during recall. After engine start and prior to takeoff. In these stations. However. the amber system monitor light will extinguished when the master Caution light is reset. but are not limited to conditions where (1) (2) The Non-Normal checklist has the words "Plan to land at the nearest suitable airport" CABIN SMOKES OR FIRE persists. m. illumination of Master Caution annunciator lights or red and Amber caution lights require completion of the appropriate non-normal checklist. amber system monitor lights illuminate during the master caution light recall to inform the flight crew of a failure of one element in a redundant system. where the crew must always LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT. the situation resulting from the circuit breaker trip has a significant adverse effect on safety. after a short cooling period (approximately 2 minutes). (10) Flight crew cycling (pulling and resetting) of circuit breakers to clear non-normal conditions is not recommended unless directed by a non-normal checklist. n. and passenger evacuation should be accomplished.2006 Rev No : 01 NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES (8) Flight crew reset of a tripped circuit breaker in flight is not recommended unless specifically directed to do so in a non-normal checklist. landing. a tripped circuit breaker may be reset once. These situations include.Page : SOP-3-4 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. the amber caution light alerts the flight crew to the fact that normal system operation will be affected if another element failure occurs. (2) If system operation is maintained by a second element. (1) In certain cases. if in the judgment of the captain.

both crewmembers systematically and without delay do all recall items in their areas of responsibility. The pilot flying (PF) calls for the Checklist when: a. All actions must then be coordinated under the captain's supervision and done in a deliberate. Following completion of the applicable non-normal checklist items. j. the pilot Monitoring (PM) first verifies each recall item has been done. The checklist TITLE. WINDSHEAR warnings and. Non-Normal checklist use starts when the airplane flight path and configuration are correctly established. After moving the control. time is available to assess the situation before corrective action is started. NON-NORMAL CHECKLIST USE a. c. including the response or action and any amplifying information are READ ALOUD by PM. the crewmember taking the action also states the checklist response. d. Action is taken by the crewmember if the control is in the crewmember’s area of responsibility.3. m.2006 Rev No : 01 NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES 3. i. condition statement and reference items. k. The airplane is not in a critical stage of flight (such as takeoff or landing) c. The checklist is normally read aloud during such verification. n. Checklists show lists of inoperative equipment only when knowledge of the condition of such equipment is essential for planning the rest of the flight. The PF need not repeat these items. a. These items may be delayed until the usual point during approach or landing. b. f. systematic manner. e. d. . The PF may also direct reference procedures to be done by recall if no hazard is created by such action. Usually. The pilot flying (PF) does not need to respond except for items not in agreement with the checklist.Jan. In the NON-NORMAL LANDING CHECKLIST the pilot flying verifies and responds to checklist items. Ground proximity PULL UP. g. Rejected takeoff. The flight path is under control b.Page : SOP-3-5 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. l. When a non-normal situation occurs. h. at the direction of the pilot flying. but must acknowledge the items were heard and understood. The PF is to be made aware when there are deferred items. o. Stall warning. All recall items are complete. For those Checklists with only RECALL items or a combination of RECALL and REFERENCE items. or if the situation does not allow reference to a checklist. c. Information appearing in brackets does need to be read aloud. Only a few situations require an immediate response such as. b. normal checklists are used to verify that the configuration is correct for each phase of flight. Flight path control should never be compromised.

" . The following symbol shows that the checklist is complete s.2006 Rev No : 01 NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES p. The checklist complete symbol shows the end of the applicable path. at the captain's discretion. q. the PF states: "__ Checklist Complete. t. be needed. In some conditions. deviation from checklists may. The crew need not continue the checklist after that point. Each checklist has a checklist complete symbol at the end. Each path can have a checklist complete symbol." u. When a non-normal checklist is complete except for the deferred items. r.Jan. Pilots must be aware that checklists cannot be created for all conceivable situations and are not intended to replace good judgment. The checklist complete symbol can also be in the body of checklist.Page : SOP-3-6 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. PM states: “__ Checklist complete EXCEPT Deferred Items. and the normal checklist to which the items have been deferred has not yet been done. This occurs only when a checklist divides into two or more paths. Following completion of each Non-Normal checklist.

Page : SOP-3-7 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. . This approximates a minimum drag configuration. correct rudder input approximately centers the control wheel. rudder is required in the direction that the control wheel is displaced. b. however the target pitch attitude is 12° to 13°.Jan.2006 Rev No : 01 NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES 3. (6) In-flight.4. a. Engine Failure Recognition (1) An engine failure at or after V1 initially affects yaw much like a crosswind effect. maintain directional control by smoothly applying rudder proportionate with thrust decay. One engine out controllability is excellent during takeoff roll and after liftoff. a smooth continuous rotation is also initiated at VR. To center the control wheel. stop the yaw with rudder. (4) The rate of rotation with an engine inoperative is also slightly slower (1/2° per second less) than that for a normal takeoff. (5) If the engine failure occurs at or after liftoff apply rudder and aileron to control heading and keep the wings level. a smooth continuous rotation toward 15° of pitch is initiated at VR. (5) Flying with lateral control wheel displacement or with excessive aileron trim causes spoilers to be raised. (2) During a normal all engine takeoff. (3) With an engine inoperative. Rotation (1) If an engine fails between V1 and liftoff. (4) To counter the thrust asymmetry due to an engine failure. TAKEOFF ENGINE FAILURE PROCEDURE Differences between normal and engine out profiles are few. (3) The airplane heading is the best indicator of the correct rudder pedal input. (2) Vibration and noise from the affected engine may be apparent and the onset of the yaw may be rapid. Minimum control speed in the air (VMCA) is below VR and VREF. After liftoff adjust pitch attitude to maintain the desired speed. or approximately 2° to 3° below the normal all engine pitch attitude.

. (2) Initiate the turn at the appropriate altitude (500 feet AGL) (3) While maneuvering maintain V2 to V2 + 15 with takeoff flaps (4) Climb performance is slightly reduced while turning but is accounted for in the airport analysis. Initial Climb (1) The initial climb attitude should be adjusted to maintain a minimum of V2 and a positive climb. (4) Retract the landing gear after attaining a positive rate of climb. (7) If engine failure occurs above V2 + 20. (13) If an engine failure has occurred during initial climb. (8) The flight director roll mode commands wings level after liftoff until LNAV engagement or another roll mode is selected. should be dealt with as soon as possible. (12) Accomplish the reference checklist items after the flaps have been retracted and conditions permit. the gear has been retracted and a safe altitude (typically 400 feet AGL or above) has been attained. (10) Indications of an engine fire. accelerate and retract flaps.Jan.2006 Rev No : 01 NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES c.Page : SOP-3-8 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. or the existing speed up to a maximum of V2 + 20. (9) If ground track is not consistent with desired flight path. impending engine breakup or approaching or exceeding engine limits. (11) Accomplish the appropriate recall checklist items as soon as the airplane is under control. and at or above flap retraction altitude. vertical speed and other flight instruments. (5) The initial climb attitude should be adjusted to maintain a minimum of V2. maximum bank angle 30° is permitted (7) After completing the turn. (3) The flight director commands a minimum of V2. (6) At V2 + 15 knots maintaining takeoff flaps extended. Cross check indicated airspeed. Immediate Turn After Takeoff (TURN PROCEDURE) (1) Obstacle clearance or departure procedures may require an immediate turn after takeoff. (5) Limit bank angle to 15° until V2 + 15 knots. (2) After liftoff the flight director provides proper pitch guidance. use LNAV (recommended) or HDG SEL to achieve the desired track. increase pitch to reduce airspeed to V2 + 20 and maintain until flap retraction altitude. (6) If an engine fails at airspeed between V2 and V2 + 20 climb at the airspeed at which the failure occurred. accomplish the appropriate checklist after the flaps have been retracted and conditions permit d.

If reduced thrust is used and an engine failure occurs. based on performance.Page : SOP-3-9 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. TAKEOFF ENGINE FAILURE (REDUCED THRUST) a. (2) Retract flap at flap retraction altitude. the flight director commands near level flight or a slight climb (0-200 fpm) in flap retraction segment. (3) CORENDON Runway analysis requires flap retraction is initiated at 1. f. thrust on the operating engine may be increased to goaround thrust by manually setting the thrust levers or pushing the TO/GA switch. (5) Accelerate and retract flaps on the flap-speed schedule. This additional performance margin is not a requirement of the reduced thrust takeoff certification and its use is at the discretion of the flight crew.000 feet AGL.Jan. b. (4) Retract flaps on the flap-speed schedule. If maximum thrust is desired.2006 Rev No : 01 NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES e. Flap Retraction Altitude (1) The minimum altitude for flap retraction with an engine inoperative is 400 feet AGL. c. (4) At engine out flap retraction altitude (1. it is not necessary to set maximum thrust on the remaining engine. (5) As the airplane accelerates and flaps are retracted. (2) Set “flaps up speed” on MCP. (3) If the flight director is not being used at flap retraction altitude. It should be noted the assumed temperature method of computing reduced thrust takeoff performance is always conservative and provides performance equal to or better than the performance obtained if actually operating at the assumed temperature. e. decrease pitch attitude to maintain level flight while accelerating. 3. adjust the rudder pedal position to maintain the control wheel centered and trim to relieve rudder pedal pressure. Flap Retraction Segment (1) Engine-out acceleration and climb capability for flap retraction are functions of airplane thrust to weight ratio. d. resetting the operating engine to full thrust provides additional performance margin. f. .5. depending on airplane thrust to weight ratio.000 feet AGL) select flaps up maneuvering speed on the MCP. Takeoff thrust reduction is based on a minimum climb gradient that clears all obstructions with an engine failure after V1. For reduced thrust takeoffs.

h. If you are able to stay on SID.Page : SOP-3-10 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.000 ft AGL. Do not rush and do not let ATC to interfere your work in the flight deck. Engage the autopilot at safe altitude or 1. m. TAKEOFF ENGINE FAILURE COMPANY PROCEDURE a. Set level off altitude and select LVL CHG g. fly the airplane and complete all necessary activities before declaring emergency.6. . If diverting to takeoff alternate airport. e. Initiate AFTER TAKEOFF CHECKLISTS k. Climb to obstacle clearance or level off altitude. Declare Emergency and request holding. NO CREW ACTION needed until reaching 1. Retract flaps on the flap-speed schedule d. maintain “flaps up speed” until all obstacles are cleared l. Initiate the ENGINE FAILURE non-normal checklist j.000 ft AGL b.2006 Rev No : 01 NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES 3. Accomplish the ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE LANDING checklist when appropriate. Set thrust to maintain “FLAPS UP SPEED” at Cruise or Holding altitude. heading or altitude as needed. when the rudder is trimmed. Maintain flaps up maneuvering speed i. Set maximum continuous thrust f. c.Jan.

Declare Emergency and request holding. Further operation of the engine in this condition increases the damage to engine. Engine fire warning system operates with the detectors surrounding the engine. Accomplish the “ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE LANDING” checklist when appropriate. c.7. When having an engine fire warning. Upon reaching safe altitude the engine must be shutdown. b.000 feet AGL) announce “RECALL ITEMS” Engage the autopilot when the rudder is trimmed.Page : SOP-3-11 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. If there is a hot bleed coming from engine other than exhaust those sensors detects the high temperature around the engine and warns the pilot. Saving the engine must not be compromised with the condition. i. e.8. ENGINE FIRE CONSIDERATION PROCEDURE a. g. Do not rush and do not let ATC to interfere your work in the flight deck. fly the airplane and complete all necessary activities before declaring emergency. f.Jan.000 ft AGL Upon reaching safe altitude (1. 3. in all cases after the landing the engine must be removed from the airplane to repair at the factory. h. Means. . d. SEVERE DAMAGE OR SEPERATION” Checklist for items not completed so far. heading or altitude as needed. maintain “flaps up speed” until all obstacles are cleared Set thrust to maintain “Flaps up speed” at Cruise/Holding altitude. NO CREW ACTION needed until reaching 1. If you are able to stay on SID. k. TAKEOFF ENGINE FIRE COMPANY PROCEDURE a. l. o. Set maximum continuous thrust on remaining engine Set level off altitude and select LVL CHG Climb to obstacle clearance or level off altitude. Initiate “AFTER TAKEOFF” Checklist Initiate “ENGINE FIRE. j. n. Maintain flaps up maneuvering speed If diverting to takeoff alternate airport. b.2006 Rev No : 01 NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES 3. m. Retract flaps on the flap-speed schedule After completion of recall items captain must evaluate the situation and to determine the safest course of action. the hot section of engine has damage.

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STANDARD OPERATION PROCEDURES MANUAL CHAPTER 4 BULLETINS .

.... 10 4............... 10 .................................... BEFORE ENGINE START.................................................................3 .............................................................. 8 C............. 2 BULLETIN-1 .....................1...................... 3 4.. CHANGING DESTINATION ....................... BEFORE TAKEOFF....................................................... 4............................................ CREW MEMBERS AT STATION ........ 6 4......................................................................................................................3.......................................1..................................2........3.................. 10 4...........3...............................2006 Rev No : 01 BULLETINS TABLE OF CONTENTS 4........2............................................................ 4 4..................... 5 4............1.............................. APPROACHING ADVERSE WEATHER ENROUTE ......................................................................Page : SOP-4-1 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15................3........................................................................................ 10 BULLETIN ......... EMERGENCY PASSENGER ANOUNCEMENT.............. EMERGENCY EVACUATION DURING FUELLING ............................1. 4 4................................................................... OTHER PASSENGER ANOUNCEMENT ...................................................10...........................................................................Jan.... 10 4.....5....... 4 4......................................................................1.................. 8 BULLETIN-2 ...... ARRİVAL DELAY TO DESTİNATİON AİRPORT..............2...........................................9......................3...........................1...............1.........................................................................................1...............................................................1..... 2 4......3........ 3 4.6............... 2 PASSENGER ANNOUNCEMENT...........7................1.................................. BOMB SCARE.. 2 4. BULLETINS ....1... CRUISE....................................................4......... 9 REFUELING WITH PASSENGERS ON BOARD ................................ 4.... 9 4.......... MEDICAL EMERGENCY ............................................... 2 4..............................1.......1.... GENERAL ....................8........................... HIJACKING.... IF A DELAY IS EXPECTED FOR LANDING ............................................................

my name is……. Upon reaching. This is the Captain. cruising altitude I will give you more information about our flight I wish you a very pleasant flight before we depart Thank you. This is the captain.2. BEFORE ENGINE START Ladies and Gentlemen.Jan.1. BEFORE TAKEOFF Ladies and Gentlemen. We will be delayed for our departure only few minutes because of Minor technical reasons “We want to have Hydraulic System CHECKED Before we depart Unfavorable weather conditions There is heavy Thunderstorm activity over the airport Deicing requirement of the airplane Transit passenger Passport control Check in error 4.1. BULLETINS BULLETIN-1 4. I would like to welcome you aboard on behalf of CORENDON AIRLINES we will be taking off in about few minutes. PASSENGER ANNOUNCEMENT 4.1.2006 Rev No : 01 BULLETINS 4.1. for your kind attention .Page : SOP-4-2 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.

1.... This is the captain Now we are approaching to an area which Light Turbulence Moderate Turbulence is reported Please be seated.4.Page : SOP-4-3 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. Thank you for your kind attention 4. . /…. APPROACHING ADVERSE WEATHER ENROUTE Ladies and Gentlemen. /…. Feet /meters Speed will be average of …. CRUISE May I have attention Ladies and Gentlemen? This is your the Captain/First Officer My name is ……… Now. fasten your belts and take care about children Cabin crew will continue servicing Cabin crew will stop serving you until further notice Thank you for your cooperation. To ………. we are expecting to land at …… local time.1. We will try to make a pleasant flight today with my crew. /and ……. Local time now is …… The weather condition at our destination ……. Please enjoy the flight.3. Kilometers per hour The temperature at this altitude is minus …… degrees Cabin temperature is regulated 24 degrees Our flight from ……. Airport We will be flying over the countries …. we are cruising at an altitude of ….. If no delay because of traffic.Jan. Is Cloudy and Windy / Rainy / Foggy Expected temperature is …… Degrees Celsius We would like to thank you all traveling with us on behalf of CORENDON Airlines and your Travel agency. We hope to see you again on another flight in the future.2006 Rev No : 01 BULLETINS 4.

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IF A DELAY IS EXPECTED FOR LANDING

Ladies and Gentlemen, This is the captain. Because of Heavy traffic Radar separation Thunderstorm Activity over the airfield Runway closure for snow removal Blocked runway Now we are entering holding over …… Tower advises us to wait until the time … / …. When we land we will have only ….min delay. We have fuel for this delay Thank you for your kind attention. 4.1.6. CHANGING DESTINATION

Ladies and Gentlemen, This is the Captain, Because of, Unfavorable weather conditions Runway Closure Snow clearance Braking action after landing to stop Blocked runway after an accident Now we have to proceed to ………………. Airport We expect to arrive in …… minutes. Further information will be given after the landing. Thank you. 4.1.7. HIJACKING

Ladies and Gentlemen, may I have your attention please. This is the captain We should inform you that a hijacking is in progress. This announcement is done with permission by hijackers. Now please remain seated, keep calm and follow the Cabin Attendants instructions carefully Now we are proceedings to …… airport. Please do not make any attempt to disarm the hijackers Please do not take any other unnecessary action. Use of firearms in passenger cabin might cause loosing our life Thank you for your cooperation and patience.

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BOMB SCARE Parking Position Ladies and Gentlemen may I have your attention please. This is the captain We have received a security threat against this flight. Security personal requests all passengers to collect all belongings and leave the airplane. Passengers are requested to proceed directly to transit hall we apologize for inconvenience and will make every effort to ensure a minimum delay. Thank you for your cooperation and patience.

b. Taxiing Ladies and Gentlemen may I have your attention please. This is the captain speaking. We have received a security threat against this flight Our policy is to always take every precaution. We request that you remain calm and please give your full attention the flight attendants for further instructions. We apologize for inconvenience and will make every effort to ensure a minimum delay. Thank you for your cooperation and patience c. In-Flight Ladies and Gentlemen, may I have you attention please. This is the captain speaking. We are advised for a possible security threat to this flight. We are going to land to …….. airport. We believe that we are dealing with a hoax and there is no problem with this aircraft. However, our company policy is always taking every precaution, which includes landing as soon as possible. Flight attendants prepare the cabin for landing. Upon arrival to …… airport I will be providing you more information. Thank you for your cooperation and patience.

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EMERGENCY PASSENGER ANOUNCEMENT Attention crew on station Evacuate/Evacuate Cancel Alert

a. DISTRESS CALLS TO THE CABIN

b. DOCTOR WANTED Ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention please? This is your captain! One of our passengers is suffering heart attack Any doctor, medical or paramedic people on board are kindly requested to contact with the cabin crew. I would appreciate your cooperation c. ABORTED TAKEOFF Ladies and gentlemen; may I have your attention please! This is your captain! We are sorry that we have aborted the take off due to: Engine failure Engine fire Instrument failure Severe noise Blown tire (Any other reason) We would appreciate your patience and understanding. d. IMMEDIATE LANDING AFTER TAKEOFF Ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention please This is your captain! We are very sorry that, we have to divert and land to ISTANBUL airport because of Engine failure Engine fire Instrument failure Bird strike Hydraulic loss Pressurization problem A passenger suffering from heart attack Decompression Smoke in the cabin Landing gear failure (Any other reason) We would appreciate your patience and understanding.

Page : SOP-4-7 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. may I have your attention please! This is your captain! We are sorry that we have just experienced: Loss of Pressurization Rupture Cracked window Bird strike Pressurization system failure Decompression In the cabin and we are descending to a lower flight level. DE-PRESSURIZATION Ladies and gentlemen. Keep your mask on Thank you! . Thank you. After level off. Air Traffic Control Center is informed about our situation Now. There is no need to be anxious. this is your captain! You may take off your mask.2006 Rev No : 01 BULLETINS e. May I have your attention please I should inform you that we are going to make an emergency landing at …… airport. Thank you. EMERGENCY LANDING TO ENROUTE ALTERNATE AIRPORT Ladies and gentlemen. Stay calm and obey the instructions given by your cabin crew.Jan. please remain seated and follow the cabin attendant's instructions carefully. Ladies and gentlemen. f.

may I have your attention please! This is your captain! We are sorry that we have to revise our arrival time to …… Airport due to. this is your captain. Arrival delay to destination airport Ladies and gentlemen. Due to traffic congestion at the airport we are taxiing very slowly. Metrological conditions Heavy traffic Holding Thunder storm activity Pressurization system failure Stronger winds encountered than we expected We will arrive to ……. We apologize for the inconvenience. a. We are number 3 in sequences for takeoff. We would appreciate your patience and understanding c. Turbulence Ladies and gentlemen. OTHER PASSENGER ANOUNCEMENT Ladies and gentlemen.Page : SOP-4-8 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15.10.1. Airport time at …… .Jan.2006 Rev No : 01 BULLETINS 4. may I have your attention please! This is your captain! We are passing through an area of turbulence. Please observe seat belt sign. Delay for takeoff b.

Nature of problem Prior history. (3) The volunteer physician or health professional might recommend to land. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Sex and approximate age Seat location. . or any medication being administer If there is bleeding. Describe the patient's condition. MEDICAL EMERGENCY a. You are kindly requested to arrange ambulance and doctor after the landing.Jan. We are declaring a MEDICAL EMERGENCY. This is COR 234.2006 Rev No : 01 BULLETINS BULLETIN-2 4. (5) Call for ambulance and/or medical assistance as appropriate the meet the airplane. accomplish following (1) Seek the assistance of a physician. or paramedic among the passengers.Page : SOP-4-9 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. One of our passengers is suffering heart attack There is a doctor (or medical) on board for him/her Neither doctor nor medical person on board We are proceeding to Budapest for landing. Please standby for further information. the following information is helpful the medical personnel who meet the airplane.2. if any Is the patient conscious? Is there a doctor on board? Is oxygen. b. Evaluate the medical condition and. ADVICE. (4) If unable compromise available options and proceed accordingly. contact and advice before diverting. is it controlled c. if the passenger appears to be seriously ill or have a life threatening condition. nurse. ATC Budapest control. (2) Considering an unscheduled landing nearest suitable airport. If available.

Flight deck crew Flight crewmember required to be on flight deck duty shall remain at his Station unless his absence is necessary for the performance of his duties. e.3.3. on board or disembarking in CORENDON Airlines in order to coordinate passenger evacuation 4.Page : SOP-4-10 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. REFUELING WITH PASSENGERS ON BOARD (REF: JAR-OPS 1.Jan. Qualified personnel must be ready to initiate and direct an evacuation of the airplane by the most practical and expeditious means.305) 4. First Officers must be in the cockpit during refueling with passengers embarking. b. “FASTEN BELTS” signs must be OFF . Cabin crew and passengers must be warned that refueling will take place. CREW MEMBERS AT STATION a. In connection with the Operation or for physiological needs provided at least one suitably qualified pilot remains at the controls of the airplane at all times. on board or disembarking.2. handling communications and initiating and directing an evacuation. 4. c.3 4.1. One qualified person must remain at a refueling location during fuelling operations with passengers on board. b. d. This person must be capable of handling emergency procedures concerning fire protection and fire fighting. In all cases necessary precautions must be taken. Captain or company technician shall be at refueling location during fuelling operations with passengers on board.3.2006 Rev No : 01 BULLETINS BULLETIN . Cabin crew Cabin crewmembers shall be seated at their assigned stations during take-off and landing and whenever deemed necessary by the commander in the interest of safety. EMERGENCY EVACUATION during fuelling a.3.3. GENERAL Qualified personnel ready to initiate and direct an evacuation of the airplane by the most practical and expeditious means available must properly man airplane. Cabin crew must be at their assigned station during refueling/de-fueling with passengers embarking.

provision is made for a safe and rapid evacuation.Jan. Cabin crew must be on their station and ready to evacuate i. If the presence of fuel vapors is detected inside the airplane. h. or any other hazard arises during refueling must be stopped immediately j. “NO SMOKING" signs must be ON together with interior lighting to enable emergency exits to be identified g.Page : SOP-4-11 BOEING 737-300/400 SOP TOURISTIC JET Eff Date : 15. Passengers will be instructed to unfasten their seat belts and refrain from smoking. The ground area beneath the exits intended for emergency evacuation and slide deployment areas must be kept clear and.2006 Rev No : 01 BULLETINS f. .

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