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Windshear Ahead

A

Detected by the weather radar.
Enabled during takeoff below 1200 feet. (Triggered when thrust levers set for Takeoff)
Inhabit above 100knt.

1
Q

Windshear warning

A

Excessive windshear of the current position detected.
Enabled below 1500 feet RA.
GPWS Windshear detection begins at rotation.

2
Q

Go around windshear Ahead

A

Within 1.5 miles and directly ahead of the airplane detected by the weather radar.
Enabled during approach below 1200 feet ( weather radar start scanning below 2300 feet RA).

3
Q

Monitor radar display

A

Windshear within 3 miles and a head of the airplane detected by the weather radar.
Enabled during takeoff and approach below 1200 feet RA.

4
Q

The FMC transitions out of “on approach”

A
  • selecting TO/GA
  • the airplane lands
  • the waypoint cycles to the first waypoint of the missed approach
  • executing a direct-to waypoint in the missed approach.
5
Q

Below 2000 feet radio altitude, the FMC transitions to go-around logic from
approach logic when any of the following events occur

A

• pushing either TO/GA switch while in a descent
• executing a direct-to waypoint in the missed approach (other than the missed approach point)
• automatically while in a descent and the last waypoint of the approach cycles to the first waypoint of the missed approach.
• the airplane climbs at a vertical speed greater than 600 fpm and the flaps
are retracted from a landing setting toward a flap setting of 15 or 1

Note: LNAV may be engaged when the airplane climbs above 400 feet radio altitude, but VNAV should not be engaged until after flap retraction. FCOM 11.31.38

6
Q

Drift Down Execution

A
  • disconnect A/T
  • set maximum continuous thrust on operating engine (N1 line)
  • set MCP speed to ENG OUT SPD
  • set MCP altitude to MAX ALT or lower altitude as required
  • At ENG OUT SPF select LVL CHG.
7
Q

Flaps load relief TE 30, 40

900&H J L load relief for flaps 25,15,10 as well

A

1 knot above placard speed retract

4 knots below placard speed re extend

8
Q

Auto SLATS

A

Flaps 1,2 or 5
Approaching stall

L/E SLATS fully ext
Recovering from stall - back to ext

9
Q

T/O warning

A
Flaps not in the T/O position
L/E not in the T/O position
S/B not down 
S/B not retracted when lever is down 
Parking brake set
STAB TRIM Norit in the green band.
10
Q

GPWS warnings

Radio altitude based alerts

A

Excessive decent rate - SINK RATE

Excessive terrain closure - TERRAIN

Altitude loss after take off or go around - DON’T SINK

Unsafe terrain clearance not in landing configuration - PULL UP

Excessive deviation below ILS G/S - GLIDESLOPE

TOO LOW FLAPS

TOO LOW GEAR

11
Q

Look ahead Terrain alerts

A

TERRAIN TERRAIN PULL UP
20-30 seconds, terrain solid red on ND

CAUTION TERRAIN
30-40 seconds, terrain solid Amber on ND

TOO LOW TERRAIN
below unsafe RA, to far from any airport in data base

12
Q

Graphical representation of surrounding terrain on the ND

A

• Dotted red: Terrain more than 2,000 feet above airplane altitude
• Dotted amber: Terrain 500 feet (250 feet with gear down) below to 2,000 feet above the airplane’s current altitude
• Dotted green: Terrain from 2,000 feet below to 500 feet (250 feet
with gear down) below the airplane’s current altitude
• Dotted magenta: No terrain data available

13
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Hydraulic system A&B clients

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A: flight controllers, flight spoilers (2 each wing), ground spoilers, alternate breaks, A/P A, #1 thrust reverser, normal nose wheel steering, landing gear, PTU.

B: flight controllers, flight spoilers (2 each wing), LE&TE flaps/slats, normal breaks, #2 thrust reverser, alternate nose wheel steering, yaw damper,

14
Q

SBY Hydraulic system

A

sby yaw damper, sby rudder pcu, rudder, LE flaps and slats, thrust reverser

15
Q

Landing gear indications

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Up-10: if thrust levers less then 20/34. Can be switched silenced but not below 200RA.

15-25: if thrust levers less then 20/34. Can’t be switched silenced.

> 25: can be silenced only when configuration error is corrected.

16
Q

PSEU

A

Takeoff and landing configuration warnings.
Landing gear.
Air/Ground sensing
Wing emergency doors lock.

17
Q

What’s available on battery power

A
Pressurization - MAN
Left side flight instruments 
No fuel pumps 
No PITOT HEAT (most airplanes)
No flap position indication
No Radio Altimeter readouts
No electrical trim
18
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Do not reengage engine starts swhich below

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20% N2