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Transition to new B737 SOP 66 pages - Updated January 22 th, 2006 Picture © 2004 – Bernd Karlik - www.vap-group.atwww.vap-group.at Captain Pat Boone.

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1 Transition to new B737 SOP 66 pages - Updated January 22 th, 2006 Picture © 2004 – Bernd Karlik - Captain Pat Boone

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3 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

4 Green backgrounds show the old Boeing SOP Slide 4 Transition to new B737 SOP Legend Legend White backgrounds show the new Boeing SOP Red frames are used to highlight changes on new Boeing SOP The RHSP selects… The bottom text gives additional information on the related item

5 Normal Procedures Slide 5 Transition to new B737 SOP

6 Introduction New nomenclature – PF/PM New nomenclature – PF/PM New areas of responsibility New areas of responsibility New panel scan flow New panel scan flow New flight deck task distribution New flight deck task distribution New checklists New checklists New flight deck preparation New flight deck preparation Slide 6 Transition to new B737 SOP

7 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. Transition to new B737 SOP Introduction New nomenclature PF/PM Introduction New nomenclature PF/PM

8 Changeover in Nomenclature : Transition to new B737 SOP Introduction New nomenclature PF/PM Introduction New nomenclature PF/PM The changeover in nomenclature CAPT-FO to PF-PM occurs on GND when the airplane starts moving under its own power. 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. In some companies, the nomenclature CAPT-FO is replaced by LHSP-RHSP After landing the changeover from PF-PM back to CAPT-FO occurs when the airplane stops moving and engines are shutdown. 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

9 Transition to new B737 SOP Introduction New nomenclature PF/PM Introduction New nomenclature PF/PM Slide 9 PreflightBefore StartTaxiTakeoffLanding….ShutdownTaxi CAPT-FO Changeover in nomenclature CAPT-FOPF-PM 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 RHSP is PF LHSP is PF LH-RHSP Changeover in nomenclature (company option) LH-RHSPPF-PM

10 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 Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 10 Introduction New areas of responsibility Introduction New areas of responsibility

11 Old areas of responsibilityNew areas of responsibility : On GND Transition to new B737 SOP White area = RHSP – F/O Grey area = LHSP - Capt Grey area = LHSP = items related to controlling and navigating the airplane White area = RHSP = all other airplane systems Introduction New areas of responsibility Introduction New areas of responsibility

12 New areas of responsibility : In FLT - LHSP is PF Orange area = Both pilots = engine thrust and indications including fire detection White area = RHSP is PM = all other airplane systems Grey area = LHSP is PF = items related to controlling and navigating the airplane Transition to new B737 SOP Introduction New areas of responsibility Introduction New areas of responsibility

13 New areas of responsibility : In FLT - RHSP is PF Grey area = RHSP is PF = items related to controlling and navigating the airplane White area = LHSP is PM = all other airplane systems Orange area = Both pilots = engine thrust and indications including fire detection Transition to new B737 SOP Introduction New areas of responsibility Introduction New areas of responsibility Notice that the FO as PF must insert QNH and hPa Hg on the Standby Altimeter ! The FO as PF must also arm the Speedbrake Lever on final approach !

14 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, , 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. Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 14 Introduction New checklists Introduction New checklists

15 ChecklistCallReadVerifyRespond PREFLIGHTLHSPRHSPBothArea of responsibility BEFORE STARTLHSPRHSPBothArea of responsibility BEFORE TAXILHSPRHSPBothArea of responsibility BEFORE TAKEOFFPFPMBothPF AFTER TAKEOFFPFPMBothPM DESCENTPFPMBothArea of responsibility APPROACHPFPMBothArea of responsibility LANDINGPFPMBothPF SHUTDOWNLHSPRHSPBothArea of responsibility SECURELHSPRHSPBothArea of responsibility These are the new normal checklists : Slide 15 Introduction New checklists Introduction New checklists Transition to new B737 SOP

16 Before Start Preliminary Preflight FMC [init pos] + [route data] entry & crosscheck Captain - LHSPFirst Officer - RHSP Preflight checklist Exterior inspection Loadsheet > FMC [perfo data] entryTakeoff data card Startup clearance Pushback clearance (as required) Before Start checklist Individual panel set-up Preliminary Preflight setup Flight Instrument crosscheck Individual panel setup Fuel & Hydraulic Pumps Pushback Engine start Before Taxi checklist (PF) Takeoff Briefing Trouble Report Aircraft Documents Before Taxi Before Taxi procedures - enter the ZFW in the FMC and x-check the GW - compute the Takeoff data on laptop - enter the Takeoff Data (Ass/Flex Temp + speeds) in the FMC and verify TMAP - arm A/T - insert V2 on the MCP - (CL) set IAS bugs on ASI and x-check - (NG) check PFD speed indication - compute the Takeoff data on laptop - complete the Takeoff Data card with thick pencil - (CL) set IAS bugs on ASI and x-check - (NG) check PFD speed indication F/D has been added to Takeoff briefing Use of the F/D is recommended Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 16 Introduction new flight deck preparation Introduction new flight deck preparation Since FMC [perfo data] entry is not completed, the N1% and Bleed configuration are unknown during the Takeoff Briefing. If the Loadsheet is already on board, the Takeoff Briefing and FMC [perfo data] entry can be swapped. If the Loadsheet is not yet available, accomplish the Takeoff Briefing and review the missing perfo data later-on !

17 Preliminary Preflight New preliminary flight-deck checks New preliminary flight-deck checks New exterior inspection route New exterior inspection route Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 17

18 The following items are removed from the preliminary preflight setup : - Flight Recorder test - Mach Airspeed test - Stall Warning test refer to FCOM and OM for preliminary preflight procedures Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 18 Preliminary Preflight New preliminary flight deck checks Preliminary Preflight New preliminary flight deck checks

19 These items need only be checked after crew change or maintenance action. Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 19 Preliminary Preflight New preliminary flight deck checks 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 !

20 The new exterior inspection shows a detailed 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 Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 20 Preliminary Preflight New exterior inspection route Preliminary Preflight New exterior inspection route

21 Preflight New panel scan flow New panel scan flow New flight deck setup New flight deck setup New flight instrument crosscheck New flight instrument crosscheck Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 21

22 Transition to new B737 SOP The scan flow on GND during pre-flight and post-flight has been changed according to the new areas of responsibility. White area = RHSP = all other airplane systems Grey area = LHSP = items related to controlling and navigating the airplane Preflight New panel scan flow Preflight New panel scan flow During pre- & post-flight, the complete Control Stand is within the Capt (LHSP) area of responsibility, while the Control Stand is divided in 2 areas at changeover to PF/PM ! The Overheat/Fire Protection Panel is checked when starting the APU. If APU start is postponed, you may also delay the panel check Do not forget to reset FUEL USED from previous flight 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. Aileron and Rudder Trim system check (free movement) has moved to the Before Start phase.

23 The RHSP will setup all systems on the Forward Overhead Panel and Aft Electronic Panel refer to FCOM and OMB for preflight procedures Transition to new B737 SOP Preflight New flight deck setup Preflight New flight deck setup Check proper operation of TR1-2-3: TR1 and TR2 load should indicate : - (CL) slight positive - (NG) circa AMPS TR3 load should indicate : - (CL) almost zero - (NG) circa AMPS Higher load on TR3 may indicate TR1-2 failure, which is a NOGO (MEL 24-6) As a general rule, start APU at STD-5. Reasons to delay APU start : - APU cycle life time - Fuel savings - Noise abatement Reasons to advance APU start : - Passenger comfort - Duct Pressure for coffee (CL) The LHSP will setup the MCP and the Control Stand Caution when selecting Parking Brake ; check for sufficient accumulator pressure since Hydraulic pumps are OFF ! Although not a Boeing SOP, check proper operation of the FUEL CROSSFEED VALVE. An inoperative Fuel Crossfeed Valve results in a NOGO ! (The Fuel X-feed Valve is not mentioned in the MEL, thus being a NOGO. MEL 28-5 applies to the BLUE x-feed light only !) The SPEED TRIM amber light remains illuminated until IRS-1 (CL) ADIRU-1 (NG) is aligned.

24 The Flight Instrument check has become part of the individual set-up and is performed silently. refer to OM for detailed procedures The Flight Instrument crosscheck between both pilots is reduced to : - (CL) ASI speed bugs - Heading - Altimeter setting - Clock Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 24 Preflight New flight instrument crosscheck Preflight New flight instrument crosscheck

25 AircraftInstrumentLHSPRHSP CLASIBUGS SQUEEZEDCHECKED EADIDH 200 FTCHECKED AltimeterQNH…, READING…, EFFRA…QNH…, CHECKED (*) EHSIHEADING…HEADING…, CHECKED ClockTIME…UTCCHECKED AircraftInstrumentLHSPRHSP NGPFDQNH…, READING…, EFFRA…QNH…, CHECKED (*) NDHEADING…HEADING…, CHECKED ClockTIME…UTCCHECKED These are the new call-outs for the Flight Instrument crosscheck : (*) Apply RVSM minima Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 25 Preflight New flight instrument crosscheck Preflight New flight instrument crosscheck

26 Before Start Pushback procedure built into Before Start Pushback procedure built into Before Start New Setup New Setup Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 26

27 The pushback is now built into the Before Start procedures refer to FCOM for detailed procedures refer to OM for call-outs Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 27 Before Start Pushback built into Before Start procedure Before Start Pushback built into Before Start procedure

28 The RHSP accomplishes these actions prior to the Before Start checklist : - Fuel Pumps ………………………..……………..ON - Hydraulic EMDP …………………………….……ON - Anti-collision light………………………….………ON The LHSP : - Trim…………… CHECK FREE MOVEMENT and SET Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 28 Before Start New setup Before Start New setup Caution: Before pressurizing the Hydraulic System, the crew must obtain clearance from ground personnel.

29 Engine Start Checklist has been removed Checklist has been removed New task distribution New task distribution New call-outs New call-outs Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 29

30 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. Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 30 Engine Start Checklist has been removed Engine Start Checklist has been removed

31 The RHSP will select the Engine Start switch to GRD, while the LHSP will position the Engine Start Lever to IDLE Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 31 Engine Start New task distribution Engine Start New task distribution The logic behind this is that each pilot operates the switch within his/her area of responsibility

32 The call Oil Pressure rising has been omitted Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 32 Engine Start New call-outs Engine Start New call-outs

33 Before Taxi New setup New setup Exterior Light Logic summary Exterior Light Logic summary Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 33

34 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 refer to FCOM and OMB for detailed procedures Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 34 Before Taxi New setup 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.

35 Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 35 Takeoff Exterior Light Logic summary Takeoff Exterior Light Logic summary DAYNIGHT Taxi Cleared Line-up Cleared Takeoff Flaps UP FL100 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. This page is not part of the new B737 SOP and will certainly be different for each individual pilot…

36 Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 36 Takeoff Exterior Light Logic summary Takeoff Exterior Light Logic summary DAYNIGHT FL100 Cleared for Appr Cleared to Land Vacating Rwy Reaching gate GOP : In CAT-2/3 approach it is recommended to keep the Landing Lights OFF for a better perception of runway approach lights 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 This page is not part of the new B737 SOP and will certainly be different for each individual pilot…

37 Before Takeoff New checklist New checklist Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 37

38 The only remaining item on the Before Takeoff checklist is verifying the Flaps, which may be incorrect for one of the following reasons : - Flap extension was delayed due to contaminated taxiways - Flaps have been retracted due to remote de-icing - another Flap setting is required due to change in takeoff runway or intersection Some companies may have added the following items : - Cabin secured - Takeoff briefing reviewed - Bleed Switches properly setup for takeoff performance ___, GREEN LIGHT Transition to new B737 SOP Before Takeoff New checklist Before Takeoff New checklist

39 (NG) The RHSP will select CTR Fuel Pumps OFF during taxi. Your Company may have added the Cabin and Takeoff briefing items to the Before Takeoff checklist Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 39 Before Takeoff New checklist Before Takeoff New checklist The Flight Instrument x-check during taxi has been suspended

40 Takeoff Takeoff checklist suspended Takeoff checklist suspended New task distribution during line-up New task distribution during line-up New task distribution during takeoff New task distribution during takeoff New call-out airborne New call-out airborne Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 40

41 The Before takeoff checklist below the line is suspended. Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 41 Takeoff Takeoff checklist suspended Takeoff Takeoff checklist suspended

42 The RHSP will select the following items during line-up : Outboard (CL) or Retract (NG) landing lights...…...MID Inboard (CL) or Fixed (NG) landing lights……...…...ON Turnoff lights……………………………………………….ON Taxi light……………………………………………………OFF Strobes……………………………………………………..ON Transponder……………………………………………….TA/RA When cleared for takeoff : Outboard (CL) or retractable (NG) landing lights…ON LHSPRHSP refer to OM According to your airline company Transition to new B737 SOP Takeoff New task distribution during line-up Takeoff New task distribution during line-up

43 Review of the call-outs during line-up : LHSPRHSP Or RHSP: APPROACH CLEAR THRESHOLD ELEVATION ____ FT Read the value on the TO data card. 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 callTAKEOFF – I/YOU HAVE CONTROL Push TOGA. Or LHSP: CHECKED CHECKED Apply RVSM limitation 75ft. CHECKED If QFU corresponds to departure runway. Start timer and elapsed time YOU/I HAVE CONTROL Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 43 Takeoff Call-out review during line-up Takeoff Call-out review during line-up

44 The PF will advance Thrust Levers and push TO/GA LHSPRHSP According to your airline company Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 44 Takeoff New task distribution during takeoff Takeoff New task distribution during takeoff

45 The call-out POSITIVE CLIMB has changed to POSITIVE RATE Transition to new B737 SOP Takeoff New call-out airborne Takeoff New call-out airborne CAUTION : Do not mistake this call-out withFLAPS UP 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 GOP : x-check climb with indication on VSI

46 After Takeoff New After Takeoff Checklist New After Takeoff Checklist New task distribution at FL100 New task distribution at FL100 Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 46

47 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) Transition to new B737 SOP After Takeoff New After Takeoff checklist After Takeoff New After Takeoff checklist When completing the After Takeoff checklist select on VHF-2 According to your airline company

48 These actions at FL100 are now performed by the PM : Fasten Seat Belts ………………..As required Exterior Lights ……………………OFF Logo Light ………………………..OFF Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 48 After Takeoff New task distribution at FL100 After Takeoff New task distribution at FL100 The PF will engage the Autopilot (recommended)

49 Descent & Approach New separate Checklists New separate Checklists Other changes to OM Other changes to OM Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 49

50 The Descent & Approach checklist has been divided into 2 separate checklists and additional items were added. Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 50 Descent & Approach Separate checklists Descent & Approach Separate checklists The Approach Briefing and the DESCENT checklist must be completed prior TOD !

51 Passing TL or when cleared to an altitude below TL : PFPM Update the approach briefing in case of changes. QNHSet NAVs and coursesSet ADFsSet Markers (on ASP)Set QNH Set (CL) NavaidsIdentify (NG) Navaids 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. "APPROACH CHECKLIST COMPLETED" Transition to new B737 SOP Descent & Approach Other changes to OM (company related) Descent & Approach Other changes to OM (company related) Dont forget the KILLER switches ! (As Installed)

52 Landing New call-outs New call-outs New clean-up New clean-up Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 52

53 CONDITION - LOCATIONCALLOUT First positive inward motion of the locLOCALIZER ALIVE First positive motion of the glide slopeGLIDE SLOPE ALIVE Outer marker/FAF inboundOUTER MARKER/FIX…FEET 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 minimumsAPPROACHING MINIMUMS MinimumsMINIMUMS 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 New call-out at 500 ft AFE (always baro) refer to OM for standard call-outs 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. Landing New call-outs Landing New call-outs Transition to new B737 SOP

54 Introduction New clean-up Introduction New clean-up The clean-up sequence when vacating the runway has slightly changed. Selecting the Flap Lever to UP is moved to the end of the clean-up sequence.

55 Shutdown & Secure New panel scan flow New panel scan flow Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 55

56 Transition to new B737 SOP 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 Grey area = LHSP = items related to controlling and navigating the airplane Introduction New panel scan flow Introduction New panel scan flow According to the new Shutdown Checklist, the Window Heat remains ON during turn-around. However, select Window Heat to OFF as appropriate according Hot weather procedures

57 Non-Normal Procedures Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 57

58 Non-Normals New QRH format New QRH format New Recall items New Recall items Deferred items Deferred items Jammed Stabilizer NNC renamed Jammed Stabilizer NNC renamed New NNC Microphone stuck New NNC Microphone stuck New Evacuation checklist New Evacuation checklist New Call-outs in NN Landing checklists New Call-outs in NN Landing checklists Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 58

59 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 ! Transition to new B737 SOP Non-Normals New QRH format Non-Normals New QRH format

60 RECALL items in the following NNC have changed : ABORTED ENGINE START APU FIRE ENGINE TAIL PIPE FIRE EVACUATION (refer to next page) Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 60 Non-Normals New recall items Non-Normals New recall items

61 Deferred Items have been divided into 3 parts : DESCENT - APPROACH - LANDING Transition to new B737 SOP Non-Normals Deferred Items Non-Normals Deferred Items

62 The NNC JAMMED STABILIZER is renamed STABILIZER TRIM INOPERATIVE Transition to new B737 SOP Non-Normals NNC renamed Non-Normals NNC renamed

63 New NNC added to section 5 – Communications : Radio Transmit Continuous (Stuck Microphone Switch) Transition to new B737 SOP Non-Normals New checklist Non-Normals New checklist

64 (*) This MAY (at captains discretion) include clearing the non-normal by accomplishing the appropriate NNC (e.g. recall items in case of Engine Fire) The Evacuation NNC has become a read-and-do checklist that can be accomplished by the LHSP or the RHSP. Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 64 Non-Normals New Evacuation checklist Non-Normals New Evacuation checklist 1.Stop the airplane 2.Pre-warning to cabin 3.Analyze situation (*) 4.Decision to evacuate or not 5.Evacuate using new NNC (**) Notice that in case of aborted Takeoff, actions remain the same : It is recommended that the RHSP reads and accomplishes this checklist, while the LHSP monitors the actions and assesses the situation. (**) This includes the call EVACUATION

65 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 Transition to new B737 SOP Non-Normals New Call-outs in NN Landing Checklist 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

66 Thats all, folks Transition to new B737 SOP Slide 66 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


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