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FULL FLIGHT SIMULATOR

FFS Lesson 1

FFS 1
OBJECTIVE

Integrate selected normal and non-normal procedures.


Introduce flight crew to PFD/ND flight instrument displays.
Apply Crew Resource Management attributes while practicing selected normal and nonnormal procedures.
Familiarize crew with Vref ICE.
Demonstrate required level of proficiency in reduced thrust takeoff, takeoff and landing with
crosswind, manual F/D ILS approach, and displays control panel non-normal.
(*) Denotes proficiency item.

FLI GH T R OUTE
ORIGIN
ROUTE
DEPARTURE
DESTINATION
FLIGHT NUMBER

: Ngurah Rai International Airport (WADD) Parking Bay, RWY 09


: BLI W33 SBR
: RABOL 3A departure
: Juanda International Airport (WARR)
: CRG 201

FLI GH T D AT A
ZFW
FUEL
GW
RESERVES
COST INDEX
CRZ ALT
CRZ WIND
ISA DEV
N1 LIMIT
TO FLAPS
CG

: 58,216
KGS
: 6,500
: 64,716
KGS
: 2,500
KGS
: 30
: FL 220
: 220/20
: +5
: TO, CLB
:5
: 18.3%

KGS

WEATHER
WADD 18010KT 9999 FEW018 28/26 Q1010 NOSIG Rwy09
WARR
18015KT 260V320 1500 RA BKN017 27/24 Q1010
CLEARANCE
CRG 201 is cleared to WARR via W33 FL 220 squawk 5253 airborne contact BALI Director on
119.7
PREFLIGHT
Normal Procedures
FMC preflight procedures
* Reduced thrust computations
- Appropriate runway analysis
Takeoff data and bug setting
Review display unit brightness controls
ENGINE START
Normal Procedures
Diffrenecies to B737 NG

: FCOM NP 11
: FCOM NP 21 FCTM Ch 1

: FCOM NP 21, FCTM Ch 1


: FCOM Ch 10
: FCOM NP 21
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TAXI OUT AND TAKE OFF


Normal procedures
TAKEOFF
Normal procedures
* Reduced thrust takeoff
- Setting takeoff power (A/T)
- Flight Mode Annunciations
- Flight Director use
LNAV engage altitude
Acceleration for flap retraction
- Setting climb thrust
- Autopilot engagement altitude
- VNAV
CLIMB AND CRUISE
Normal procedures
- Autopilot climb
- Autopilot use
- Autothrottle use
Economy climb VNAV
Turbulent penetration speed
* SOURCE OFF
- Generator failure
- Intermediate level off (10.000ft)
Economy cruise (thrust/speed)

: FCTM Ch 2

: FCOM NP 21, FCTM Ch 3, QRH MAN


: FCTM Ch 3

: FCTM Ch 3
: FCTM Ch 3
: FCOM NP 21, FCTM Ch 3
: FCTM Ch 3
: FCTM Ch 3
: FCTM Ch 4

: FCOM NP 21, FCTM Ch 4

: FCOM 11, FCTM Ch 4


: QRH NNC
: FCOM SP
: FCTM Ch 4

INSTRUMENT FAMILIARIZATION
Speed and altitude changes
: FCOM Ch 10
To become familiar with indications on the PFD/ND displays
PFD/ND controls and indicators
: FCOM Ch 10
Normal display configuration
: FCOM Ch 10
Display unit failure automatic switching
: FCOM Ch 10
EFIS control panel
: FCOM Ch 10
- Minimums reference selector
- Barometric reference selector
- VOR/ADF switch
Displays source panel
: FCOM Ch 10
- Displays source selector
- Control panel select switch
Display select panel
: FCOM Ch 10
- Outboard display switching
- Inboard display switching
- Lower display switching
Top of descent computation
: FCOM Ch 11

Diffrenecies to B737 NG

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DESCEND
Normal procedures
Descent to 10,000 feet
Economy descent
- LNAV/VNAV
- Flight Mode Annunciations
- Missed approach waypoints
Icing conditions during descent
- Use engine and wing anti-ice

: FCOM NP 21, FCTM Ch 4


: FCOM Ch 11, FCTM Ch 4

: FCTM Ch 4
: FCOM SP

VREF ICE DEMO


Engine Anti-ice
Engine anti-ice sets stick shaker
: FCOM Ch 3 logic for icing
conditions
Adjusts stick shaker and MIN MAN speed bars
: FCOM Ch 10
VREF not adjusted automatically
Stick shaker logic and airspeed
Indications return to normal when Engine A/I turned OFF
Pitch Limit Indicator (PLI) movement
: FCOM Ch 10
Wing Anti-ice
Wing anti-ice sets stick shaker logic for icing conditions
adjusts stick shaker and MIN MAN speed bars
VREF not adjusted automatically
Stick shaker logic and airspeed indications
remain set for remainder of flight
Pitch Limit Indicator (PLI) movement

: FCOM Ch 10
: FCOM Ch 10

: FCOM Ch 10

Airworks
Steep turns (180 turns at 45 bank)
: FCTM Ch 7
Instrument scan
Power requirements
Approach to stall recovery
: QRH MAN, FCTM Ch 7
(clean, turning and landing configurations)
Flap, gear, and power setting
Use of stabilizer trim
Thrust setting on recovery
Recovery techniques
Ground contact a factor
Ground contact not a factor

Diffrenecies to B737 NG

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APPROACH AND LANDING


Normal Procedures
Approach briefing
Descent/approach procedures and Checklist
A/P A/T F/D, ILS Rwy 10, full stop landing
Flight pattern
Pitch attitudes in pattern and on finals
Standard callouts
Autopilot manually disengaged at 1000 Feet
Reverse technique
Landing rollout FCTM Ch 6
Autobrake selection and disengage technique
TAKEOFF
* Normal procedures

: FCOM NP 21
: FCOM NP 21, FCTM Ch 5
:
:
:
:

FCTM Ch 5
FCOM NP 31, FCTM Ch 5
FCOM PI
FCTM Ch 1

: FCTM Ch 6
: FCTM Ch 6

: FCOM NP 21, FCTM Ch 2

APPROACH AND LANDING


* DISPLAY SOURCE
: QRH NNC
Display Electronic Unit (DEU) failure in climb
EEC ALTERNATE MODE
: FCOM Ch 7, QRH NNC
EEC soft alternate vs hard alternate mode
* A/P A/T F/D, VOR DME Rwy 28, Missed approach : FCOM 4, FCTM Ch 5
Flight pattern
: FCOM NP 31
Flap configuration and speeds
Timing
LNAV use
Raw data cross check VOR mode for Course Deviation Indicator
FMCS certified for instrument approach navigation with radio or
GPS updating RNP vs ANP
MDA setting on MCP
V/S and green arc
Set missed approach altitude
Flight Mode Annunciations
Autopilot and Autothrottle disconnect
Missed approach
: QRH MAN, FCOM 5
TOGA switch
Flight Mode Annunciations
Pitch and Roll commands
Airspeed cursor automatically moves to a pre computed
speed for selected flap position
Flap retraction
IAS/Mach display blanks until TOGA mode termination
Missed approach waypoints LNAV use
Radar vectors

Diffrenecies to B737 NG

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APPROACH AND LANDING


* DISPLAY SOURCE
Display Electronic Unit (DEU) Failure in level flight
EEC ALTERNATE MODE
* Manual F/D, ILS Rwy 10, Full stop
CDU entries (intercept course to)
Autobrake
TAXI IN AND SHUT DOWN
Normal procedures
After landing procedure
Shutdown procedures/checklist

Diffrenecies to B737 NG

: QRH NNC
: FCOM Ch 7, QRH NNC

: FCOM SP
: FCOM Ch 14, FCTM 6
: FCOM NP 21

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FULL FLIGHT
SIMULATOR
FFS Lesson 2

FFS 2
OBJECTIVE
Integrate selected normal and non-normal procedures.
Apply Crew Resource Management attributes while practicing selected normal and nonnormal procedures.
Improve skill level of previous training objectives.
Demonstrate required level of proficiency flight control non-normal and
Windshear escape maneuver.
Demonstrate required level of proficiency in reduced thrust takeoff, takeoff and landing with
crosswind, displays control panel and loss of both generators.
(*) Denotes proficiency item.
FLI GH T R OUTE
ORIGIN
ROUTE
DEPARTURE
DESTINATION
FLIGHT NUMBER

:
:
:
:
:

Ngurah Rai International Airport (WADD) Parking Bay RWY 27


BLI W33 SBR
RABOL 3D departure
Juanda International Airport (WARR)
CRG 202

PER FO R M ANC E D AT A
ZFW
: 59,716
KGS
FUEL
: 6,500
GW
: 66,216
KGS
RESERVES
: 2,400
KGS
COST INDEX
: 30
CRZ ALT
: FL 220
CRZ WIND
: 220/20
ISA DEV
: +5
N1 LIMIT
: TO, CLB
TO FLAPS
:5
CG
: 18.3%

KGS

WEATHER
WADD
24010KT 250m +RA BKN002 24/24 Q1006 DEP Rwy 27
PIREP Traffic reported 15 Knots airspeed loss after takeoff
WIII
12008KT 9999 SCT015 26/23 Q1013 NOSIG
WIPP
1006KT 9999 SCT013 26/22 Q1010 NOSIG
WARR
18015KT 2500 BKN015 25/23 10 Q1008
CLEARANCE
Diffrenecies to B737 NG

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CRG 202 is cleared to WARR via W33 FL 220 RABOL3D Departure squawk 5253 airborne
contact BALI Director on 119.7

Diffrenecies to B737 NG

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PREFLIGHT
Normal Procedures

: FCOM NP 11

ENGINE START
Normal Procedures
CDS FAULT

: FCOM NP 21
: QRH NNC

TAKE OFF
Normal procedures
: FCOM NP 21, FCTM Ch 3
Crosswind Takeoff
: FCTM Ch 3
Low visibility takeoff - Rwy 27
: FCTM Ch 3
* Takeoff, slippery runway
: FCTM Ch 3
* Takeoff, Windshear after takeoff : QRH MAN 1.9, FCTM Ch 7
Windshear indications
: FCOM Ch 15
- Use of pitch attitude and thrust
- to control flight path versus airspeed
- Do not change configuration
- Respecting stick shaker
- Go-around considerations
- Use of the autopilot/flight director
- Crew coordination
- Report Windshear activity to ATC
Windshear avoidance, precaution and recovery : FCTM Ch 7
- Windshear escape maneuver
: QRH MAN 1.11, FCTM Ch 7
Boeing Flight Crew Information Bulletin
: FCOM Bulletins
Number: 737 IB 2011-01
Date: January 6, 2011
An unintended consequence of arming VNAV for takeoff was discovered with respect to the
Windshear escape maneuver. If VNAV is armed on the ground, it will remain armed even if
TO/GA is pressed below 400 feet AFE in accordance with the Windshear escape maneuver. At
400 feet AFE, VNAV will engage and Windshear guidance will be lost. TO/GA must be pressed
a second time when above 400 feet AFE in order to regain the appropriate Windshear
guidance. This condition exists on FMC Update 10.7, 10.8 and 10.8A. Arming VNAV on the
ground is not permitted prior to Update 10.8.
CLIMB
* DISPLAY SOURCE
: QRH NNC
- Display Electronic Unit (DEU) failure in climb
EEC ALTERNATE MODE
: FCOM Ch 7, QRH NNC
CRUISE
Normal procedures
PACK TRIP / BLEED TRIP
* CABIN ALTITUDE WARNING OR RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION
- Correct Procedure and Execution

Diffrenecies to B737 NG

: FCTM Ch 4
: QRH NNC
: QRH NNC, FCTM Ch 8

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* EMERGENCY DESCENT
: QRH NNC, FCTM Ch 7
- Correct Procedure and Execution
- Use of autopilot
- Rapid descent to lowest safe altitude (GRID MORA 13.500 feet)
- Level-off procedures
- CRM Considerations - Communications
Be aware that communications barriers are present Keep all informed of decisions and
intentions; First Officer, Cabin, and ATC
- Emergency authority
Problem Solving Process Use all resources to gather information, be aware of time
constraints. Discuss, propose, seek feedback, and take action to minimize risk.
- Control airplane, crew, and passengers
DESCENT
Diversion considerations (selection of an alternate)
Divert to Surabaya (WARR) RTE page
Unpressurized Flight
Avoid high rate of descent for passenger comfort
Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System

: QRH MAN 1.6

* TCAS event
: FCTM Ch 7
Correct Procedure and Execution
TCAS radio phraseology to include:
At deviation: "Surabaya Control, SJY261, TCAS RA"
At completion: "Surabaya Control, SJY261, CLEAR OF CONFLICT RETURNING
TO (assigned level/clearance)."
APPROACH AND LANDING
Normal Procedures
: FCOM NP 21
A/P, A/T, F/D, LOC Rwy 10
- Flight pattern
- Flap configuration and speeds, Timing, LNAV use
- Raw data cross check VOR mode for Course Deviation Indicator
- FMCS certified for instrument approach navigation with radio or
- GPS updating RNP vs. ANP
TAKEOFF
Reposition for takeoff Rwy 10
Normal procedures
Crosswind takeoff
APPROACH AND LANDING
* DISPLAY FAILURE
- Display Unit failure
Manual F/D, VOR Rwy 28, missed approach
Radar vectors
CDU entries (intercept course to)
Missed approach
Diffrenecies to B737 NG

: QRH MAN, FCTM Ch 3


: FCTM Ch 3

: QRH NNC

: FCOM SP
: FCTM Ch 5
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APPROACH AND LANDING


Clear Malfunction
* DISPLAYS CONTROL PANEL
: QRH NNC
- EFIS control panel failure
A/P A/T F/D, VOR Rwy 28, Rejected Landing
: FCOM SP
- Flight pattern
: FCOM NP 31
- Flap configuration and speeds
- Timing
- LNAV use
- Raw data cross check VOR mode for Course Deviation Indicator
- FMCS certified for instrument approach navigation with radio or
- GPS updating RNP vs ANP
- MDA setting on MCP
- V/S and green arc
- Set missed approach altitude
- Flight Mode Annunciations
- Autopilot and Autothrottle disconnect
Rejected landing procedure
: FCTM Ch 6
APPROACH AND LANDING
Clear Malfunction
Manual raw data ILS Rwy 10, full stop landing
: Full stop landing
- Basic flight Instruments, Captains only
* LOSS OF BOTH ENGINES DRIVEN GENERATORS : QRH NNC
- Both engine driven generators fail
- Use speed reference selector to set VREF speeds
: FCOM Ch 10
- If battery is the only source of electrical power
- Instruments powered by standby and battery buses : FCOM Ch 6
- FMC inoperative (single FMC airplanes)
- Right FMC and CDU inoperative (Dual FMC airplanes)
- Right IRS inoperative after 5 minutes
- Use of manual stabilizer trim
- VREF and G/A N1 from QRH (manually set bugs)
- In AUTO position, standby power available both in air and on ground
- Manual speedbrakes
TAXI IN AND SHUTDOWN
Normal Procedures

Diffrenecies to B737 NG

: FCOM NP 21

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FULL FLIGHT SIMULATOR


FFS Lesson 3

FFS 3
OBJECTIVE
Integrate selected normal and non-normal procedures.
Practice crosswind takeoff and landings and engine inoperative approaches, including at least
one exercise with Maximum Regulated Takeoff Weight (MTOW).
Improve skill level of previous training objectives.
Manual F/D ILS approach with crosswind.
Apply Crew Resource Management attributes while practicing selected normal and nonnormal procedures. Improve skill level of previous training objectives.
(*) Denotes proficiency item.
FLI GH T R OUTE
ORIGIN
ROUTE
DEPARTURE
DESTINATION
FLIGHT NUMBER

:
:
:
:
:

Juanda International Airport (WARR) Parking Bay, RWY 10


SBR W45 BLI
ENTAS 3C
Ngurah Rai International Airport (WADD)
CRG 203

PER FO R M ANC E D AT A
ZFW
: 58,216
KGS
FUEL
: 6,300
GW
: 64,516
KGS
RESERVES
: 2,300
KGS
COST INDEX
: 30
CRZ ALT
: FL 230
CRZ WIND
: 220/20
ISA DEV
: +5
N1 LIMIT
: TO, CLB
TO FLAPS
:5
CG
: 18.3%

KGS

WEATHER
WARR
18015KT 4000 BKN008 SCT025 30/23 Q1010
WADD
CALM 6000 FG BKN 008 SCT120 26/24 1013
CLEARANCE
CRG 203 is cleared to WADD via W45 FL 230 ENTAS 3C departure squawk 5253,
departure contact director 123.2
PREFLIGHT
Accomplished by the instructor

Diffrenecies to B737 NG

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ENGINE START
Normal Procedures
Pushback from gate during start
Selected non-normal procedures
ABORTED ENGINE START
Clear Malfunctions

: FCOM NP 21

: QRH NNC

TAKEOFF
Reposition for takeoff Rwy 10
Normal procedures
: QRH MAN, FCTM Ch 3
Crosswind takeoff
: FCTM Ch 3
Takeoff, engine failure after V1
: QRH MAN, FCTM Ch 3
Notes: Use Maximum Regulated Takeoff Weight for first takeoff,
missed approach and landing
# 79 016 KGS for CFM56 7B26/3
ENGINE FAILURE/SHUTDOWN

: QRH NNC

APPROACH AND LANDING


ENGINE IN-FLIGHT START
: QRH NNC
ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE DAMAGE OR SEPARATION
: QRH NNC
- Engine fire (after inflight engine start)
- Fire indications
- Fire only versus fire and failure (thrust loss)
- Recall procedures
- Checklist and reference items
Engine inoperative, manual, F/D,
ILS Rwy 10, missed approach
: QRH MAN, FCTM Ch 5
Review one engine inoperative missed approach procedure
: FCTM Ch 5
- TO/GA switch
- F/D command
- Thrust and pitch
- Climb out speeds
- Maneuver margins
- Flap retraction
ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE LANDING
: QRH NNC
Missed approach
: FCTM Ch 5
APPROACH AND LANDING
Engine inoperative, visual traffic pattern Rwy 10
Full stop landing
- One engine inoperative visual pattern
- One engine landing, reverse and rollout
- Rudder control with trim in/out
ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE LANDING

Diffrenecies to B737 NG

: QRH MAN
: FCTM Ch 5, 6
: QRH MAN.2

: QRH NNC Manual landing

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TAKEOFF
Adjust ZFW to 54 600 kgs
Takeoff, engine severe damage after V1
Engine damage indications on takeoff
Radar vectors
ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE DAMAGE OR SEPARATION

: QRH MAN.2, FCTM Ch 3


: FCTM Ch 2
: QRH NNC, FCTM Ch 6

APPROACH AND LANDING


Engine inoperative,
VOR DME Rwy 28 (using VNAV approach procedures)
Non-ILS Approach Procedures
: VNAV FCOM SP, FCTM Ch 5
Flight pattern
: QRH MAN, FCTM Ch 5
- Use of autopilot recommended
- Fly off from FAF
- No waypoint modifications
Flap configuration and speeds
: FCTM Ch 5
- Pacing
- Use of speed intervention (if applicable) LNAV and VNAV use
One of the following required for VNAV use:
- Appropriate path with MAP at or before runway threshold
- Glidepath angle published on chart and/or legs page
- Published VNAV DA(H)
FMCS certified for instrument approach navigation with radio or
GPS updating; RNP vs ANP-RNP manual entry (0.3 for GPS) FMA annunciations
Discuss "on approach" logic
: FCOM Ch 11
Set MDA(H) on MCP
: FCTM Ch 5
If required to use MDA(H) for the approach minimum altitude, the barometric minimums
selector should be set at MDA+50 feet to ensure that if a missed approach is initiated, descent
below
the MDA(H) does not occur during the missed approach
Raw data requirements
: FCTM Ch 5
Set missed approach altitude
: FCOM SP, FCTM Ch 5
- Autopilot and autothrottle disconnect
- Flight director procedures
Visual flight path below DA(H) or MDA(H) Review approach chart and FMC/CDU
- Setting barometric minimum
- Setting MCP altitude
ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE LANDING
- Autopilot use with one engine
- Rudder trim
- Autopilot disconnect altitude
Manual landing
APU FIRE/WHEELWELL FIRE Short Final

Diffrenecies to B737 NG

: QRH NNC

: QRH NNC

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TAXI IN
* APU FIRE
* EVACUATION
- Evacuation procedure
- Emergency exits - selection and use
- CRM Considerations
- Communications - acquire information on airplane status
- First Officer
- Tower
- Flight Attendant
- Resolve conflicting information
- Advocate course of action and communicate to all involved
TAKEOFF
Reposition for takeoff Rwy 10
Adjust ZFW to 54 600 kgs
Normal procedures
NO F/D NO A/T NO A/P Basic
flying familiarization
Climb 2500FT, Radar Vector
APPROACH AND LANDING
WX INFO
NO F/D NO A/T NO A/P,
ILS Rwy 10 Circle to land Rwy 28
Visual traffic pattern, full stop
Crosswind landing
TAXI IN / SHUTDOWN / SECURE
Normal procedures
Shutdown procedures/checklist
Secure procedures/checklist

Diffrenecies to B737 NG

: QRH NNC
: QRH Back Cover
: FCTM Ch 8

: FCOM NP 21, FCTM Ch 3

: 190/10 2500m BKN050 28/26 Q1008

: FCOM NP 21, FCTM Ch 3

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FULL FLIGHT SIMULATOR


FFS Phase 4

FFS 4
OBJECTIVE
Trainees are to demonstrate proficiency in normal and non-normal procedures as practiced in
previous simulator lessons before conducting Flight Simulator Evaluation.
FLI GH T R OUTE
ORIGIN
ROUTE
DEPARTURE
DESTINATION
FLIGHT NUMBER

:
:
:
:
:

Juanda International Airport (WARR) Parking Bay, RWY 10


SBR W45 BLI
ENTAS 3C
Ngurah Rai International Airport (WADD)
CRG 204

PER FO R M ANC E D AT A
ZFW
: 58,216
KGS
FUEL
: 6,300
GW
: 64,516
KGS
RESERVES
: 2,400
KGS
COST INDEX
: 30
CRZ ALT
: FL 230
CRZ WIND
: 220/20
ISA DEV
: +5
N1 LIMIT
: TO, CLB
TO FLAPS
:5
CG
: 18.3%

KGS

WEATHER
WARR
18015KT 4000 BKN008 SCT025 30/23 Q1010
WADD
CALM 6000 FG BKN 008 SCT120 26/24 1013
CLEARANCE
CRG 204 is cleared to WARR via W45 FL 230 ENTAS 3C departure squawk 5253, departure
contact director 123.2
PREFLIGHT
Accomplished by the instructor
ENGINE START
Normal Procedures
Pushback from gate during start
Selected non-normal procedures
ABORTED ENGINE START
Clear Malfunctions
Diffrenecies to B737 NG

: FCOM NP 21

: QRH NNC

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TAXI OUT
Normal procedures

: FCTM Ch 2

TAKEOFF
Normal procedures
Crosswind takeoff

: QRH MAN, FCTM Ch 3


: FCTM Ch 3

CLIMB
Normal procedures
Climb to 5000ft

: FCTM Ch 4

CRUISE
Airworks
Steep turns (180 turns at 45 bank)
: FCTM Ch 7
Instrument scan
Power requirements
Approach to stall recovery
: QRH MAN 1.1, FCTM Ch 7
(clean, turning and landing configurations)
Flap, gear, and power setting
Use of stabilizer trim
Thrust setting on recovery
Recovery techniques
Ground contact a factor
Ground contact not a factor
CLIMB
Normal procedures
Climb to FL 240
ENGINE LIMIT OR SURGE OR STALL

: FCTM Ch 4
: QRH NNC (On climb)

APPROACH AND LANDING


* Engine inoperative, A/P, F/D, ILS Rwy 10, full stop landing
* ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE LANDING
- Crosswind
* Manual landing

: QRH MAN
: QRH NNC
: FCTM Ch 6

TAKEOFF RTO
Normal procedures - Reposition to Rwy 10
: FCOM NP 21, FCTM Ch 3
Rejected takeoff
: QRH MAN 1.2, FCTM Ch 3
Correct Identification
Correct Procedure and Execution
Actions after stopping
Notify tower
Notify passengers/cabin crew
Perform non-normal checklist (if required) Evacuate the airplane (if required)
Taxi clear of runway (if appropriate)
Review Brake Cooling Schedule
Crosswind takeoff
: FCTM Ch 3
Diffrenecies to B737 NG

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TAKEOFF ENGINE FIRE AFTER V1


Reposition to Rwy 10
Normal procedures

: FCOM NP 21, FCTM Ch 3

Engine fire after V1


ENGINE FIRE, SEVERE DAMAGE OR SEPARATION
- Fire indications
- Fire only versus fire and failure (thrust loss)
- Recall procedures
- Checklist and reference items
- Engine inoperative, VNAV/VS, VOR DME Rwy 28
Rejected Landing
Review one engine inoperative
missed approach procedure
- TO/GA switch
- F/D command
- Thrust and pitch
- Climb out speeds
- Maneuver margins
- Flap retraction
ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE LANDING
Rejected Landing Procedure
APPROACH AND LANDING
Engine inoperative, Manual ILS Rwy 10
Full stop landing
- One engine landing, reverse and rollout
- Rudder control with trim in/out
ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE LANDING
Manual landing
WHEELWELL FIRE Short Final

: QRH NNC

: QRH MAN, FCTM Ch 5


: FCTM Ch 5

: QRH NNC
: FCTM Ch 6

: QRH MAN
: FCTM Ch 5, 6

: QRH NNC
: FCTM Ch 6
: QRH NNC

TAXI IN
* EVACUATION
: QRH Back Cover
- Evacuation procedure
: FCTM Ch 8
- Emergency exits - selection and use
- CRM Considerations
- Communications - acquire information on airplane status
- First Officer
- Tower
- Flight Attendant
- Resolve conflicting information
- Advocate course of action and communicate to all involved

Diffrenecies to B737 NG

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Diffrenecies to B737 NG

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