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1

Flightdeck Preparation Flow

If the first flight of the day, after a crew change, maintenance has been performed on the FLIGHTDECK, or when the flightdeck has been left unattended and not in view of a PILOT crewmember

2

The QRH must be
1)
2)
3)

In Reach
Exposes
Readily Accessible

3

Approximately 15 Minutes is the Captain's Trigger for what to occur next (CAPT NEED TO KNOW ONLY)

Welcome Aboard Announcement
Accomplish the Jumpseat Briefing

4

Approximately 10 minute prior to planned departure and after ATC Route Clearance Verification completed. (CAPTAIN ONLY)

Start APU
Verify IRS alignment and position

5

Trigger for the Before Pushback Flow

After receiving the cabin ready notification and all doors are closed

6

Trigger for the After Start Flow

After ground equipment is clear, the captain has announced "I have a salute" and engine(s) are stabilized

7

Trigger for the Taxi Flow

After departing the gate, Final Load Closeout received, and both engines are running

8

Trigger for Before Taking the Runway Flow

Approximately 2-3 minutes prior to taking the runway

9

The After Takeoff Flow is completed when?

After flap retraction and prior to 10,000 AFL

10

What is the After Takeoff Flow

Slat/Flap Lever - UP
Landing Gear - UP
APU - Off, unless ops required

11

What is the Climbing through 10,000 feet AFL

PF - FSTN BELTS - CYCLE

12

Trigger: Climbing through the transition altitude.
What is accomplished by the PILOT FLYING?

BARO Set - PUSH STD
PFD - Crosscheck
"STANDARD"
External Lights - As Required

13

Trigger: Approximately every hour at or abeam the closet flight plan waypoint

A-HEFOE

Altimeter variance and RVSM (recommended addition to Flow)

(Required Flow)
Hydraulic Quantity and Pressure
Engine Oil and Parameters
Fuel log (Compare to FPR (Flight Plan Review))
Oxygen (Monitor Pressure for possible leaks)
Electrical (Looking at Loads, Amp, Volts and configuration)
*** NOTE THE A for ALTITUDE is an additional step no published and is more of a tool to remember to cross check altitudes and RVSM.

14

Descending through 18,000 MSL Feet Flow
PF and PM Duties

PF - External Lights -As Required and FSTN BELTS - ON
PM - Changeover Report Sent

15

Descending through 10,000 AFL the PF duties are?

FSTN BELTS - Cycle
IF PF is Captain ( Flight Attendants - Notify)

16

What is the Trigger for the After Landing Flow

After the aircraft has cleared the active runway

17

What is the trigger for the Shutdown Flow

After the aircraft is parked at the gate with the parking brake set

18

Flight Deck EQUIPMENT FLOW trigger

If first flight of the day, after a crew change, or when the flightdeck has been left unattended and not in view of a PILOT crewmember