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Transition to new B737 SOP

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Captain Pat Boone

66 pages

Updated January 22th, 2006

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Slide 2

Disclaimer
This presentation may help you
in the transition to the new Boeing 737 SOP.
Several items in this presentation will not be
compatible with your airline company procedures
nor with the Boeing procedures
and are only included for consideration.
The author cannot be held responsible for any
incorrect information in this presentation.
At all times use the original airline company
publications and aircraft manufacturer manuals
for correct and up-to-date procedures and data !
Slide 3

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Legend

Green backgrounds show


the old Boeing SOP

White backgrounds show


the new Boeing SOP

Red frames are used to


highlight changes on
new Boeing SOP

The bottom text gives


additional information on
the related item

The
selects
SlideRHSP
4

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Normal
Procedures

Slide 5

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Introduction

Slide 6

New nomenclature PF/PM


New areas of responsibility
New panel scan flow
New flight deck task distribution
New checklists
New flight deck preparation

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Introduction New nomenclature PF/PM

The nomenclature PF/PNF has been changed to PF/PM (Pilot Monitoring)


to more clearly define and emphasize on the role of the non-flying pilot.

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Introduction New nomenclature PF/PM

Changeover in Nomenclature :
The changeover in nomenclature CAPT-FO to PF-PM occurs on
GND when the airplane starts moving under its own power.
After landing the changeover from PF-PM back to CAPT-FO occurs
when the airplane stops moving and engines are shutdown.
In some companies, the nomenclature CAPT-FO is replaced by
LHSP-RHSP
Transfer of Flight Controls :
If the airplane is equipped with dual nose wheel steering, there will
not be any transfer of Flight Controls. The Captain or FO being PF
will have control during all ground and flight operation.
If the airplane is not equipped with dual nose wheel steering and the
FO is pilot flying, the CAPT will temporarily be PF on GND ; Flight
Controls will be transferred to the FO during Takeoff and back to the
CAPT at the end of the Landing roll-out.
Slide 8

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Introduction New nomenclature PF/PM

Preflight

Before Start Taxi

Takeoff

. Landing Taxi

Shutdown

Changeover in nomenclature
CAPT-FO

PF-PM

CAPT-FO

Changeover in nomenclature (company option)


LH-RHSP

PF-PM

LH-RHSP

Transfer of Flight Controls CAPT is PF


LHSP is PF

(no transfer)

Transfer of Flight Controls FO is PF airplane with dual nose wheel steering


RHSP is PF (no transfer)
Transfer of Flight Controls FO is PF airplane with single nose wheel steering
LHSP is PF

Slide 9

RHSP is PF

LHSP is PF

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Introduction New areas of responsibility

In the past the captain as PF was also monitoring airplane systems.


To increase safety, airplane systems are now monitored by the PM.
This resulted in new areas of responsibility as follows :
On GND (aircraft not moving under it own power) :
- the CAPT is responsible for controlling and navigating the airplane
- the FO is responsible for all other airplane systems
On GND (aircraft moving under its own power) and in FLT :
- the PF is responsible for controlling and navigating the airplane
- the PM is responsible for all other airplane systems
- both pilots are responsible for engine control and indication
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Introduction New areas of responsibility

Grey
Greyarea
area
==
LHSP
LHSP
- Capt
=
items related to
controlling and
navigating the
airplane

Old
Newareas
areasofofresponsibility
responsibility : On GND

White
White area
area
==
RHSP
RHSP
F/O
=
all other airplane
systems

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Introduction New areas of responsibility

Grey area
=
LHSP is PF
=
items related to
controlling and
navigating the airplane

Orange area
=
Both pilots
=
engine thrust and
indications
including fire detection

New areas of responsibility :


In FLT - LHSP is PF

White area
=
RHSP is PM
=
all other airplane
systems

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Introduction New areas of responsibility

White area
=
LHSP is PM
=
all other airplane
systems

Grey area
=
RHSP is PF
=
items related to
controlling and
navigating the airplane

Notice that the FO as PF must insert


QNH and 1013.25 hPa - 29.92 Hg
on the Standby Altimeter !

Orange area
=
Both pilots
=
engine thrust and
indications
including fire detection

New areas of responsibility :


In FLT - RHSP is PF

The FO as PF must also arm the


Speedbrake Lever on final approach !

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Introduction New checklists

Checklists have been given a tighter focus by eliminating several items. These
items still need to be accomplished in the normal procedures !
Checklists contain minimum items needed to operate the airplane safely.
Normal checklists contain items that meet any of the following criteria:
items essential to safety of flight that are not monitored by an alerting system
items essential to safety of flight that are monitored by an alerting system,
but if not done, would likely result in a catastrophic event if the related alerting
system fails
items that the FAA requires in the checklist
items needed to maintain fleet commonality between the 737, 747-400, 757,
767, and 777
items that enhance safety of flight and are not monitored by an alerting system
during shutdown and secure, items that could result in injury to personnel or
damage to equipment if not done.

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Introduction New checklists

These are the new normal checklists :


Checklist

Slide 15

Call

Read

Verify

Respond

PREFLIGHT

LHSP

RHSP

Both

Area of responsibility

BEFORE START

LHSP

RHSP

Both

Area of responsibility

BEFORE TAXI

LHSP

RHSP

Both

Area of responsibility

BEFORE TAKEOFF

PF

PM

Both

PF

AFTER TAKEOFF

PF

PM

Both

PM

DESCENT

PF

PM

Both

Area of responsibility

APPROACH

PF

PM

Both

Area of responsibility

LANDING

PF

PM

Both

PF

SHUTDOWN

LHSP

RHSP

Both

Area of responsibility

SECURE

LHSP

RHSP

Both

Area of responsibility

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Introduction new flight deck preparation

Since FMC [perfo data]


entry
is not completed,
the N1% and
Captain - LHSP
First
Officer
- RHSP
Bleed configuration are unknown during the Takeoff Briefing.

Preliminary
Preflight

Trouble Report
Preliminary Preflight setup
If the Loadsheet is already on board, the Takeoff Briefing and
Aircraft Documents
FMC [perfo data] entry can be swapped.
Exterior inspection
If the Loadsheet is not yet available, accomplish the Takeoff

Preflight

the missingpanel
perfo data
later-on !
Individual panelBriefing
setupand review
Individual
set-up

FMC [init pos] + [route data] entry & crosscheck


Flight Instrument crosscheck
Preflight
(PF) Takeoff Briefing
Loadsheet > FMC [perfo data] entry

Before Start

checklist

Takeoff data card

Startup clearance
Pushback clearance (as required)

- enter the ZFW in the FMC and x-check the GW


- compute the Takeoff data on laptop
Fuel & Hydraulic Pumps
- enter the Takeoff Data (Ass/Flex Temp + speeds)
- compute the Takeoff data on laptop Before Start
in the FMC and
verify
TMAP
checklist
F/D has been added to Takeoff briefing
- complete the Takeoff Data card with thick pencil
Pushback
- arm A/T
Use of the F/D is recommended
- (CL) set IAS bugs on ASI and x-check
- insert V2 on the MCP
- (NG) check PFD speed indication
Engine start
- (CL) set IAS bugs on ASI and x-check
- (NG) check PFD speed indication
Before Taxi procedures

Before Taxi

Before Taxi
checklist

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Preliminary Preflight
New preliminary flight-deck checks
New exterior inspection route

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Preliminary Preflight New preliminary flight deck checks

The following items are removed from the preliminary preflight setup :

Slide 18

- Flight Recorder test


- Mach Airspeed test
- Stall Warning test

refer to FCOM and OM


for preliminary preflight
procedures

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Preliminary Preflight New preliminary flight deck checks

The Overheat/Fire
Protection Panel test is
suspended from the
Preliminary Preflight setup
and has been moved to
the FO (RHSP) Preflight
setup !

Slide 19

These items need only be checked after crew change or


maintenance action.

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Preliminary Preflight New exterior inspection route

Old exterior inspection


was organized
system by system
without regard to the
location of the items
to be checked

New exterior inspection allows


items to be checked in order of
their physical location
Items at each location can be
checked in any sequence
at pilots discretion

Slide 20

The new exterior inspection shows a detailed inspection route

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Preflight
New panel scan flow
New flight deck setup
New flight instrument crosscheck

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Preflight New panel scan flow

Grey area
=
LHSP
=
Do not forget to
items relatedreset
to FUEL USED
controlling andfrom previous
navigating the airplane flight

The Overheat/Fire Protection


Panel is checked when starting
the &
APU.
During prepost-flight,
complete
Stand
Ifthe
APU
start is Control
postponed,
you
is within
the Capt
(LHSP)
may
also delay
the panel
check
area of responsibility, while
the Control Stand is divided
in 2 areas at changeover
to PF/PM !

White area
=
RHSP
=
all other airplane
systems

During pre- & post-flight, the


Aileron and Rudder Trim are
within the F/O (RHSP) area of
responsibility, while this panel
goes to the PF at changeover.

The scan flow on GND during pre-flight and post-flight has been
changed according to the new areas of responsibility.

Aileron and Rudder Trim


system check (free
movement) has moved to
the Before Start phase.

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Preflight New flight deck setup

TheaSPEED
Check
As
Although
general
proper
not TRIM
a
rule,
operation
Boeing
start
amber
SOP,
APU
oflight
TR1-2-3:
at
check
remains
STD-5.
proper
illuminated
operation
until
IRS-1
of
the
(CL)
FUEL
ADIRU-1
TR1 andtoTR2
load
should
:
Reasons
delay
APU
start indicate
:
CROSSFEED
(NG)
is
aligned.
VALVE.
- (CL) slight positive
APU
cycle
life
time
An inoperative
- (NG)
circa
Fuel
20-25
Crossfeed
AMPS Valve
- Fuelinsavings
results
a
NOGO
!
TR3
load
should indicate :
- Noise
abatement
- (CL) almost zero
(The
X-feed
Valve
is
not
mentioned
Reasons
-Fuel
(NG)
to
circa
advance
10-15
APU
AMPS
start
:
in the MEL, thus being a NOGO. MEL
Higher
- Passenger
load on
TR3
may indicate
TR1-2
28-5
applies
tocomfort
the BLUE
x-feed light
failure,
- Duct
Pressure
is a NOGO
for coffee
(MEL
(CL)
24-6)
only
!) which

Caution when selecting


Parking Brake ; check for
sufficient accumulator
pressure since Hydraulic
pumps are OFF !

refer to FCOM and OMB


for preflight procedures

The RHSP will setup all systems on the Forward Overhead Panel
The LHSP will setup the MCP and the Control Stand
and Aft Electronic Panel

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Preflight New flight instrument crosscheck

The Flight Instrument check has become part of the individual set-up
and is performed silently.
The Flight Instrument crosscheck between both pilots is reduced to :

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- (CL) ASI speed bugs


- Heading
- Altimeter setting
- Clock

refer to OM
for detailed procedures

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Preflight New flight instrument crosscheck

These are the new call-outs for the Flight Instrument crosscheck :
Aircraft
CL

Aircraft
NG

Instrument

LHSP

RHSP

ASI

BUGS SQUEEZED

CHECKED

EADI

DH 200 FT

CHECKED

Altimeter

QNH, READING, EFFRA

QNH, CHECKED (*)

EHSI

HEADING

HEADING, CHECKED

Clock

TIMEUTC

CHECKED

Instrument

LHSP

RHSP

PFD

QNH, READING, EFFRA

QNH, CHECKED (*)

ND

HEADING

HEADING, CHECKED

Clock

TIMEUTC

CHECKED
(*) Apply RVSM minima

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Before Start
Pushback procedure built into
Before Start
New Setup

Slide 26

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Before Start Pushback built into Before Start procedure

refer to FCOM
for detailed procedures
refer to OM
for call-outs

Slide 27

The pushback is now built into the Before Start procedures

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Before Start New setup

Caution: Before
pressurizing the Hydraulic
System, the crew must
obtain clearance from
ground personnel.

The RHSP accomplishes these actions


prior to the Before Start checklist :
- Fuel Pumps ....
- Hydraulic EMDP .
- Anti-collision light.

ON
ON
ON

The LHSP :
- Trim CHECK FREE MOVEMENT and SET
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Engine Start
Checklist has been removed
New task distribution
New call-outs

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Engine Start Checklist has been removed

The Before Start Checklist below the line has been suspended.
Caution : PACK Switch OFF is not included in the Before Start checklist.
The RHSP must select PACKS OFF and verify Duct Pressure
prior engine start.
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Engine Start New task distribution

The logic behind this is


that each pilot operates
the switch within his/her
area of responsibility

Slide 31

The RHSP will select the Engine Start switch to GRD,


while the LHSP will position the Engine Start Lever to IDLE

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Engine Start New call-outs

Slide 32

The call Oil Pressure rising has been omitted

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Before Taxi
New setup
Exterior Light Logic summary

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Before Taxi New setup

It is not required to look outside for


visual x-check, however on airplanes
without Flight Control position indication
on the flight deck, this remains a good
operating practice.

After engine start, the PF will accomplish the following tasks :


- call for desired Flap setting
(delay flap setting if taxiways are contaminated or when taxiing towards de-icing bay)

- perform the Flight Control check


(make sure all ground equipment is removed before moving the Flight Controls !)

The PM will accomplish the following tasks :


- Forward OVHD panel setup
- select Flaps at command of PF
- select Transponder ON (as required by airport regulations)
- (NG) blank the lower DU
Followed by the new Before Taxi checklist
Slide 34

refer to FCOM and OMB


for detailed procedures

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Takeoff Exterior Light Logic summary

DAY

NIGHT

Taxi

Cleared Line-up

Notice that the Outboard (CL)


Retractable (NG) Landing Lights
become a memory tool to
indicate that you have been
cleared to line-up and
(later-on) cleared for Takeoff.

Cleared Takeoff

Flaps UP

FL100
Slide 35

This page is not part of the


new B737 SOP and will
certainly be different for
each individual pilot

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Takeoff Exterior Light Logic summary

DAY

NIGHT

This page is not part of the


new B737 SOP and will
certainly be different for
each individual pilot

FL100
Notice that the Outboard (CL)
Retractable (NG) Landing Lights
become a memory tool to
indicate that you have been
cleared for approach and
(later-on) cleared to land

Cleared for Appr

Cleared to Land

Vacating Rwy

Reaching gate
Slide 36

GOP : In CAT-2/3
approach it is
recommended to keep the
Landing Lights OFF for a
better perception of
runway approach lights

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Before Takeoff
New checklist

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Before Takeoff New checklist

___, GREEN LIGHT

Some
The only
companies
remaining
may
item
have
on added
the Before
the following
Takeoff checklist
items : is verifying
the Flaps, which may be incorrect for one of the following reasons :
- Cabin secured
--Takeoff
Flap extension
briefing reviewed
was delayed due to contaminated taxiways
--Bleed
Flaps Switches
have been
properly
retracted
setup
duefor
to takeoff
remote performance
de-icing
- another Flap setting is required due to change in takeoff runway
or intersection

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Before Takeoff New checklist

The Flight Instrument


x-check during taxi
has been suspended

Slide 39

Your Company may have added the Cabin and Takeoff briefing
(NG) The RHSP will select CTR Fuel Pumps OFF during taxi.
items to the Before Takeoff checklist

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Takeoff

Takeoff checklist suspended


New task distribution during line-up
New task distribution during takeoff
New call-out airborne

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Takeoff Takeoff checklist suspended

Slide 41

The Before takeoff checklist below the line is suspended.

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Takeoff New task distribution during line-up

LHSP

According to your
airline company

RHSP

refer to OM

The RHSP will select the following items during line-up :


Outboard (CL) or Retract (NG) landing lights......
Inboard (CL) or Fixed (NG) landing lights......
Turnoff lights.
Taxi light
Strobes..
Transponder.
When cleared for takeoff :
Outboard (CL) or retractable (NG) landing lights

MID
ON
ON
OFF
ON
TA/RA
ON

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Takeoff Call-out review during line-up

Review of the call-outs during line-up :


LHSP

RHSP

Or RHSP: APPROACH CLEAR

Or LHSP: CHECKED

THRESHOLD ELEVATION ____ FT


Read the value on the TO data card.
Apply RVSM limitation 75ft.

CHECKED
Apply RVSM limitation 75ft.

QFU ___
Read the value on the TO data card.
Check correct departure runway
Start timer and elapsed time
Advance thrust levers to approx. 40%N1
then release nose wheel steering and call
TAKEOFF I/YOU HAVE CONTROL
Push TOGA.

Slide 43

CHECKED
If QFU corresponds to
departure
runway.
Start timer and elapsed time
YOU/I HAVE CONTROL

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Takeoff New task distribution during takeoff

According to your
airline company

LHSP

Slide 44

RHSP

The PF will advance Thrust Levers and push TO/GA

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Takeoff New call-out airborne

GOP : x-check
climb with indication
on VSI

CAUTION :
Do not mistake
this call-out with
FLAPS UP

The call-out POSITIVE CLIMB has changed to POSITIVE RATE


The call-out for thrust reduction has become SET CLIMB THRUST
The call-out for acceleration is now SET FLAPS UP SPEED
Slide 45

(Company) Reply
with FLAPS
when the Flap Lever
is set into the notch

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After Takeoff
New After Takeoff Checklist
New task distribution at FL100

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After Takeoff New After Takeoff checklist

When completing the


After Takeoff checklist
select

121.50 on
VHF-2

According to your
airline company

The Air Cond & Press item is divided into ENG BLEEDS and PACKS.
The Engine Start switches have been removed from the checklist,
but still need to be switched OFF at this phase of flight (as appropriate)

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After Takeoff New task distribution at FL100

These actions at FL100


are now performed by the PM :
Fasten Seat Belts ..As required
Exterior Lights OFF
Logo Light ..OFF
The PF will engage the Autopilot (recommended)
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Descent & Approach


New separate Checklists
Other changes to OM

Slide 49

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Descent & Approach Separate checklists

The Approach Briefing


and the DESCENT
checklist must be
completed prior TOD !

Slide 50

The Descent & Approach checklist has been divided into


2 separate checklists and additional items were added.

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Descent & Approach Other changes to OM (company related)

Passing TL or when cleared


to an altitude below TL :
Dont forget the
PF

KILLER switches !
(As Installed)

PM

Update the approach briefing in case of changes.


QNH
NAVs and courses
ADFs
Markers (on ASP)

Set
Set
Set
Set

QNH
(CL) Navaids
(NG) Navaids

Set
Identify
Verify callsign on PFD/ND

Note (CL): when performing the


approach setup, the PF should select
his on side NAV box in MANUAL (as
installed) except for LNAV approach.

Note (CL): delay the NAV box selection


in MANUAL (as installed), to avoid momentary
FMC FAIL.

Call for "APPROACH CHECKLIST".


Both FCM respond to the altimeter
related item.

Both FCM respond to the altimeter related item.


"APPROACH CHECKLIST COMPLETED"

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Landing
New call-outs
New clean-up

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Landing New call-outs

New call-out
at 500 ft AFE
(always baro)

The call-out at +200 ft


has been suspended
from all approaches

LANDING call by PF means he has the intention to continue the


approach and land. Landing clearance is not required to make
this call. PM may omit OM/FAF and minimum calls, but not the
500 feet call.

refer to OM
for standard call-outs

CONDITION - LOCATION

CALLOUT

First positive inward motion of the loc

LOCALIZER ALIVE

First positive motion of the glide slope

GLIDE SLOPE ALIVE

Outer marker/FAF inbound

OUTER MARKER/FIXFEET

On final with AP off


On final with AP on

PF: PREPARE GO-AROUND


PF: GO AROUND PREPARED

At 500 ft AFE
(Above Field Elevation)
At THR+500 ft during automatic approach

500 FEET
500 FT FLARE ARMED or NO FLARE

At 100 ft above minimums

APPROACHING MINIMUMS

Minimums

MINIMUMS

At the latest at minimums


with the required visual references in sight

PF: LANDING

At the latest at minimums


without the required visual references in sight

PF: GO AROUND FLAPS 15


PF: CHECK GO AROUND

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Introduction New clean-up

Selecting the Flap Lever


to UP is moved to the
end of the clean-up
sequence.

The clean-up sequence when vacating the runway has


slightly changed.

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Shutdown & Secure


New panel scan flow

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Introduction New panel scan flow

Grey area
According to the new Shutdown
=
Checklist, the Window Heat
LHSP
remains ON during turn-around.
=
However,items
select
Window
related
to Heat to
OFF as appropriate
according
Hot
controlling and
weather procedures
navigating
the airplane

The scan flow on GND during post-flight has been


changed according to the new areas of responsibility.

White area
=
RHSP
=
all other airplane
systems

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Non-Normal
Procedures

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Non-Normals

New QRH format


New Recall items
Deferred items
Jammed Stabilizer NNC renamed
New NNC Microphone stuck
New Evacuation checklist
New Call-outs in NN Landing checklists

Slide 58

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Non-Normals New QRH format

The QRH comes in new format with Quick Action Index on the cover-page
Notice that the Evacuation NNC is on the back cover of the new QRH !

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Non-Normals New recall items

RECALL items in the following NNC


have changed :
ABORTED ENGINE START
APU FIRE
ENGINE TAIL PIPE FIRE
EVACUATION
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(refer to next page)

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Non-Normals Deferred Items

Deferred Items have been divided into 3 parts :


DESCENT - APPROACH - LANDING

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Non-Normals NNC renamed

The NNC JAMMED STABILIZER is renamed


STABILIZER TRIM INOPERATIVE

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Non-Normals New checklist

New NNC added to section 5 Communications :


Radio Transmit Continuous (Stuck Microphone Switch)

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Non-Normals New Evacuation checklist

Notice that in case of


aborted Takeoff,
actions remain the
same :

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

(*) This MAY (at captains discretion)


include clearing the non-normal by
accomplishing the appropriate NNC
(e.g. recall items in case of Engine Fire)

Stop the airplane


Pre-warning to cabin
Analyze situation (*)
Decision to evacuate or not
Evacuate using new NNC (**)

(**) This includes the call EVACUATION

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The Evacuation NNC has become a read-and-do checklist


that can be accomplished by the LHSP or the RHSP.

It is recommended that the


RHSP reads and
accomplishes this checklist,
while the LHSP monitors the
actions and
assesses the situation.

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Non-Normals New Call-outs in NN Landing Checklist

ARMED and
DOWN in fact are the
standard call-outs from
Boeing, both for normal
and non-normal
checklists.
Your airline may use
other call-outs in the
normal Landing
Checklist such as
ARMED, GLT and
DOWN, 3G

The reply to Speedbrake is ARMED i.s.o. ARMED, GREEN LIGHT


The reply to Landing Gear is DOWN i.s.o. DOWN, 3 GREENS

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Thats all,
folks
Distribution :
Except for the picture on the first page,
this presentation is not copyright protected.
Training Captains may use this
presentation and make any changes
for unlimited use within your airline.
About the author :
Pat Boone is captain on Boeing 737 and also author of the b737mrg pilot guide
for management of B737 non-normals. Refer to www.b737mrg.net
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