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B737-900ER FIRST OFFICERS NOTE

1. NORMAL PROCEDURES
1.1
1.2

GENERAL
PROCEDURES

2. LIMITATIONS
3. MEMORY ITEMS
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
3.16
3.17
3.18
3.19

ABORT ENGINE START


AIRSPEED UNRELIABLE
APU FIRE
CABIN ALTITUDE WARNING
EMERGENCY DESCENT
ENGINE FIRE
ENGINE LIMITS OR SERGE OR STALL
ENGINE OVERHEAT
ENGINE SEVERE DAMAGE OR SEPARATION
ENGINE TAIL PIPE FIRE
EVACUATION
LANDING CONFIGURATION
LOSS OF THRUST ON BOTH ENGINES
RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION
RUNAWAY STABILIZER
SMOKE, FIRE OR FUMES
TAKE OFF CONFIGURATION
WARNING HORN
WARNING LIGHTS( CABIN ALTITUDE OR TAKE OFF CONFIGURATION)

4. ON BOARD REQUIRED DOCUMENT CHECKLIST

1.

NORMAL PROCEDURES

1.1

GENERAL

PHILOSOPHY AND ASSUMPTIONS


Normal procedures verify for each phase of flight that:

The airplane condition is satisfactory


The flight deck configuration is correct.

Normal procedures are done on each flight. Refer to the Supplementary Procedures (SP) chapter for
procedures that are done as needed, for example the adverse weather procedures.
Normal procedures are written for a trained flight crew and assume:

All systems operate normally


The full use of all automated features (LNAV, VNAV, autoland, autopilot, and autothrottle). This
does not preclude the possibility of manual flight for pilot proficiency where allowed

Normal procedures also assume coordination with the ground crew before:

Hydraulic system pressurization, or


Flight control surface movement, or
Airplane movement.

Normal procedures do not include steps for flight deck lighting and crew comfort items.
Normal procedures are done by memory and scan flow. The panel illustration in this section shows the
scan flow. The scan flow sequence may be changed as needed.
CONFIGURATION CHECK
It is the crew members responsibility to verify correct system response. Before engine start, use system
lights to verify each system's condition or configuration.
After engine start, the master caution system alerts the crew to warnings or cautions away from the
normal field of view.
If there is an incorrect configuration or response:

Verify that the system controls are set correctly


Check the respective circuit breaker as needed. Maintenance must first determine that it is safe
to reset a tripped circuit breaker on the ground
Test the respective system light as needed

Before engine start, use individual system lights to verify the system status. If an individual system light
indicates an improper condition:

Check the Dispatch Deviations Guide (DDG) or the operator equivalent to decide if the condition
has a dispatch effect
Decide if maintenance is needed

If, during or after engine start, a red warning or amber caution light illuminates:

Do the respective non-normal checklist (NNC)


On the ground, check the DDG or the operator equivalent

If, during recall, an amber caution illuminates and then extinguishes after a master caution reset:

Check the DDG or the operator equivalent


The respective non-normal checklist is not needed

CREW DUTIES
Preflight and post flight crew duties are divided between the captain and first officer. Phase of flight
duties are divided between the Pilot Flying (PF) and the Pilot Monitoring (PM.)
Each crewmember is responsible for moving the controls and switches in their area of responsibility:

The phase of flight areas of responsibility for both normal and non-normal procedures is shown
in the Area of Responsibility illustrations in this section. Typical panel locations are shown
The preflight and post flight areas of responsibility are defined by the Preflight Procedure Captain and Preflight Procedure First Officer.

The captain may direct actions outside of the crewmembers area of responsibility The general PF phase
of flight responsibilities are:

taxiing
flight path and airspeed control
airplane configuration
navigation.

The general PM phase of flight responsibilities are:

checklist reading
communications
tasks asked for by the PF
monitoring taxiing, flight path, airspeed, airplane configuration and navigation.

PF and PM duties may change during a flight. For example, the captain could be the PF during taxi but be
the PM during takeoff through landing.

Normal procedures show who does a step by crew position (C, F/O, PF, or PM):

in the procedure title, or


in the far right column, or
in the column heading of a table

The mode control panel is the PFs responsibility. When flying manually, the PF directs the PM to make
the changes on the mode control panel.
The captain is the final authority for all tasks directed and done.
SCAN FLOW/ AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
The scan flow and areas of responsibility diagrams shown below are representative and may not match
the configuration(s) of your airplanes.
The scan flow diagram provides general guidance on the order each flight crew member should follow
when doing the preflight and post flight procedures.
Specific guidance on the items to be checked are detailed in the amplified Normal Procedures. For
example, preflight procedure details are in the Preflight Procedure - Captain and Preflight Procedure First Officer.

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY CAPTAIN IS PF

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY FIRST OFFICER IS PF

COCKPIT LAY OUT

1.2

PROCEDURES

1.2.1

ELECTRICAL POWER UP PROCEDURES

The following procedure is accomplished to permit safe application of electrical power.


1. BATTERY switch ............................................................... Guard closed
2. STANDBY POWER switch ................................................. Guard closed
3. ALTERNATE FLAPS master switch .................................... Guard closed
4. Windshield WIPER selector(s) ...................................................... PARK
5. ELECTRIC HYDRAULIC PUMPS switches.......................................... OFF
6. LANDING GEAR lever ...................................................................... DN
7. Fires Test.Perform
Verify that the engine No. 1, APU and No. 2 fire switches are in.
OVERHEAT DETECTOR switches NORMAL
TEST switch Hold to FAULT/INOP
o
Verify that the MASTER CAUTION lights are illuminated.
o
Verify that the OVHT/DET annunciator is illuminated.
o
Verify that the FAULT light is illuminated.
o
Verify that the APU DET INOP light is illuminated.
TEST switch Hold to OVHT/FIRE
o
Verify that the fire warning bell sounds.
o
Verify that the master FIRE WARN lights are illuminated.
o
Verify that the MASTER CAUTION lights are illuminated.
o
Verify that the OVHT/DET annunciator is illuminated.
Master FIRE WARN light Push
o
Verify that the master FIRE WARN lights are extinguished.
o
Verify that the fire warning bell cancels.
o
Verify that the engine No. 1, APU and No. 2 fire switches stay illuminated.
o
Verify that the ENG 1 OVERHEAT and ENG 2 OVERHEAT lights stay illuminated.
8. EXTINGUISHER TEST switch....Check
TEST Switch - Position to 1 and hold
o
Verify that the three green extinguisher test lights are illuminated.
TEST Switch - Release
o
Verify that the three green extinguisher test lights are extinguished.
Repeat for test position 2.
9. APU..start
10. Lights .set
Circuit breaker and panel lights (overhead)
Position and wheel well lights
Main panel and DU (Captain and F/O rudder panel)
Flood and panel lights (pedestal panel)
11. APU GENERATOR bus switchon
12. Wheel well fire warning system....test
Test switch Hold to OVHT/FIRE
o
Verify fire warning bell sounds, master FIRE WARN lights, MASTER CAUTION
lights and OVHT/DET annunciator illuminate.
Fire warning BELL CUTOUT switch Push
o
Verify that the master FIRE WARN lights extinguish.
o
Verify that the fire warning bell cancels.

ELECTRICAL POWER UP PROCEDURES

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10 light on

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1.2.2

PRELIMINARY PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES

The Preliminary Preflight Procedure assumes that the Electrical Power Up supplementary procedure is
complete.
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IRS mode selectors .....................................................OFF, then NAV

Verify that the ON DC lights illuminate then extinguish.

Verify that the ALIGN lights are illuminated.


Verify that the following are sufficient for flight:

oxygen pressure

hydraulic quantity

engine oil quantity


on board libraryCheck (see item 4.1)
Maintenance documents ........................................................... Check
FLIGHT DECK ACCESS SYSTEM switch ............................. Guard closed
Emergency equipment .............................................................. Check

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F/O escape rope


F/O life vest
F/O goggle
3 gear pins
Fire extinguisher
Observer goggle and mask
PBE
Flash light
Crash axe
Captain life vest
Asbestos gloves
Captain goggle
Captain escape rope

ELT switch...................................................................... Guard closed


Verify that the ELT light is extinguished.
PSEU light .............................................................Verify extinguished
ILS panel ....................................................................................Check
Display selector at heading status
System display L
GPS light ...............................................................Verify extinguished
SERVICE INTERPHONE switch....................................................... OFF
ENGINE panel ............................................................................... Set
Verify that the REVERSER lights are extinguished.
Verify that the ENGINE CONTROL lights are extinguished.
EEC switches ON
Oxygen panel ................................................................................. Set

PASSENGER OXYGEN switchGuard closed


Verify that the PASS OXY ON light is extinguished.
Secondary Landing gear indicator lights ................. Verify illuminated
Flight recorder switch .................................................... Guard closed
STALL WARNING TEST switches...... Push and hold, one at a time
Verify that each control column vibrates when the respective switch is pushed.
Circuit breakers (P6 panel) ....................................................... Check
Circuit breaker at pedestal and rudder panel.Check
Manual gear extension access door .........................................Closed
Circuit breakers (control stand, P18 panel) .............................. Check
Parking brake...................................................................... As needed

1.2.3

CDU PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES

1. IDENT PAGE
Select aircraft model
Select NAV aid database update

4. DEP/ARR PAGE
Select departing aerodrome
Select departing runway
Select SID transition
Repeat for arriving aerodrome

2.POSITION INIT PAGE


Select POS INIT
Go to page 2
Select position from GPS L
Put in the box
If aircraft parking in bay, cross
check with coordination in Jepp.

5. ROUTE PAGE
Start from page 2 to build flight
plan
Left side is airway (via)
Right side is waypoint

3. ROUTE PAGE
For flight plan VTBD to VTCC
Originating point get from GPS,
put in 1L box (VTBD)
Put destination VTCC in 1R box
Departing runway in 3L box
Flight number in 2R box

6. LEGS PAGE
After finishing route page, EXEC
Go to leg page, cross check all
way points in flight plan
Select PERF INIT 6R to proceed

7. PERF INIT PAGE


Select PERF INIT PAGE
Fill up the empty boxes
Select N1 LIMT PAGE to
proceed

10. CLIMB PAGE


Check speed restriction below
10,000 feet

8. N1 LIMIT PAGE
Input assumed temperature
(----)/ OAT (box)on 1L
Select derated climb as
required

11. CRUISE PAGE


Check cruising altitude

9. TAKE OFF REF PAGE


Find take off speed in RAM
Go to page 2 correct
acceleration altitude and thrust
reduction altitude as required

12. DESCENT PAGE


Check speed restriction below
10,000 feet
Select FORECAST to put
descent wind forescast

1.2.3

CDU PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES (CONTINUED)

13. FIX PAGE


Go to FIX PAGE 1
Set MSA as per approach chart
Go to page 2
Set reference point in case of
returning to land

14. PROGRESS PAGE


Check total distance
Check fuel (ramp fuel, landing
fuel and trip fuel)

1.2.4

PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES
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Flight Control Panel................................................................... Check


FLIGHT CONTROL switches Guards closed
Verify that the flight control LOW PRESSURE lights are illuminated.
Flight SPOILER switches..Guards closed
YAW DAMPER switch..ON
Verify that the YAW DAMPER light is extinguished.
Verify that the standby hydraulic LOW QUANTITY light is extinguished.
Verify that the standby hydraulic LOW PRESSURE light is extinguished.
Verify that the STBY RUD ON light is extinguished.
ALTERNATE FLAPS master switch Guard closed
ALTERNATE FLAPS position switch.. OFF
Verify that the FEEL DIFF PRESS light is extinguished.
Verify that the SPEED TRIM FAIL light is extinguished.
Verify that the MACH TRIM FAIL light is extinguished.
Verify that the AUTO SLAT FAIL light is extinguished.
NAVIGATION panel............................................................................ Set
VHF NAV transfer switch NORMAL
IRS transfer switch NORMAL
FMC transfer switch NORMAL
DISPLAYS panel............................................................................. Set
SOURCE selector AUTO
CONTROL PANEL select switch NORMAL
FUEL panel..................................................................................... Set
Verify that the ENG VALVE CLOSED lights are illuminated dim.
Verify that the SPAR VALVE CLOSED lights are illuminated dim.
Verify that FI LTER BYPASS lights are extinguished.
CROSSFEED selector... Closed
Verify that the VALVE OPEN light is extinguished.
FUEL PUMP switches.OFF
Verify that the center tank fuel pump LOW PRESSURE lights are extinguished.
Verify that the main tank fuel pump LOW PRESSURE lights are illuminated.
ELECTRICAL panel................................................................................... Set
BATTERY switch Guard closed
CAB/UTIL power switch ON
IFE/PASS SEAT power switch ON
STANDBY POWER switch Guard closed
o Verify that the STANDBY PWR OFF light is extinguished.
o Verify that the BAT DISCHARGE light is extinguished.
o Verify that the TR UNIT light is extinguished.
o Verify that the ELEC light is extinguished.
GENERATOR DRIVE DISCONNECT switchesGuards closed
Verify that the DRIVE lights are illuminated.
BUS TRANSFER switch.Guard closed
Verify that the TRANSFER BUS OFF lights are extinguished.
Verify that the SOURCE OFF lights are extinguished.
Verify that the GEN OFF BUS lights are illuminated.

1.2.4 PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES (CONTINUED)

15. OVERHEAT AND FIRE PROTECTION panel...................................... Check


Do these check if the flight crew did not do the Electrical Power Up supplementary procedures.
This check is needed once per flight day or following a flight crew change.
Verify that the engine No. 1, APU, and engine No. 2 fire switches are in.
Alert ground personnel before the following test are accomplished:
15.1 OVERHEAT DETECTOR switches..NORMAL
15.2 TEST switch.Hold to FAULT/INOP
Verify that the MASTER CAUTION lights are illuminated.
Verify that the OVHT/DET annunciator is illuminated.
Verify that the FAULT light is illuminated.
If the FAULT light fails to illuminate, the fault monitoring system is inoperative.
Verify that the APU DET INOP light is illuminated.
Do not run the APU if the APU DET INOP light does not illuminate.
15.3 TEST switch...Hold to OVHT/FIRE
Verify that the fire warning bell sounds.
Verify that the master FIRE WARN lights are illuminated.
Verify that the MASTER CAUTION lights are illuminated.
Verify that the OVHT/DET annunciator is illuminated.
15.4 Master FIRE WARN lightPush
Verify that the master FIRE WARN lights are extinguished.
Verify that the fire warning bell cancels.
Verify that the engine No. 1, APU and engine No. 2 fire switches stay illuminated.
Verify that the ENG 1 OVERHEAT and ENG 2 OVERHEAT lights stay illuminated.
Verify that the WHEEL WELL light stays illuminated.
16. EXTINGUISHER TEST switch Check
16.1 TEST switch Position to 1 and hold.
Verify that the three green extinguisher test lights are illuminated.
16.2 TEST switch Release
Verify that the three green extinguisher test lights are extinguished.
16.3 Repeat for test position 2.
17. APU switch (as needed)................................................................. START
CAUTION: Center tank fuel pump switches should be positioned ON only if the fuel quantity in
the center tank exceeds 453 kgs.
CAUTION: do not operate the center tank fuel pumps with the flight deck unattended.
18. APU GENERATOR bus switches ON
Verify that the SOURCE OFF lights are extinguished.
Verify that the TRANSFER BUS OFF lights are extinguished.
19. EQUIPMENT COOLING switches.................................................... NORM
Verify that the OFF lights are extinguished.
20. EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHTS switch........................................ Guard closed
Verify that the NOT ARMED light is extinguished.
21. Passenger signs................................................................................... Set
NO SMOKING switch ON
FASTEN BELTS switch (verify refueling completed) ON
22. Windshield WIPER selectors............................................................. PARK
Verify that the windshield wipers are stowed.

1.2.4

PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES (CONTINUED)


23. WINDOW HEAT switches..................................................................... ON
Position switches ON at least 10 minutes before takeoff.
Verify that the OVERHEAT lights are extinguished.
Verify that the ON lights are extinguished.
24. PROBE HEAT switches............................................................. OFF/AUTO
Verify that all lights are illuminated.
25. WING ANTIICE switch....................................................................... OFF
Verify that the VALVE OPEN lights are extinguished.
26. ENGINE ANTIICE switches................................................................ OFF
Verify that the COWL ANTIICE lights are extinguished.
Verify that the COWL VALVE OPEN lights are extinguished.
27. Hydraulic panel....................................................................................... Set
27.1 ENGINE HYDRAULIC PUMPS switches ON
Verify that the LOW PRESSURE lights are illuminated.
27.2 ELECTRIC HYDRAULIC PUMPS switches OFF
Verify that the OVERHEAT lights are extinguished.
Verify that the LOW PRESSURE lights are illuminated.
28. Air conditioning panel............................................................................ Set
28.1 AIR TEMPERATURE source selector ..As needed
28.2 TRIM AIR switch .ON
Verify that the ZONE TEMP lights are extinguished.
28.3 Temperature selectors ..As needed
Verify that RAM DOOR FULL OPEN lights are illuminated.
28.4 RECIRCULATION FAN switches auto
28.5 Air conditioning PACK switches .AUTO or HIGH
28.6 ISOLATION VALVE switch ....OPEN
28.7 Engine BLEED air switches .ON
28.8 APU BLEED air switch.ON
Verify that the DUAL BLEED light is illuminated.
Verify that the PACK lights are extinguished.
Verify that the wing body overheat lights are extinguished.
Verify that the bleed trip off lights are extinguished
29. Cabin pressurization panel................................................................... Set
Verify that the AUTO FAIL light is extinguished.
Verify that the OFF SCHED DESCENT light is extinguished.
30. FLIGHT ALTITUDE indicator..Cruise altitude.
31. LANDING ALTITUDE indicator..Destination field elevation
32. Pressurization mode selector AUTO
Verify that the ALTN light is extinguished.
Verify that the MANUAL light is extinguished.
33. Lighting panel......................................................................................... Set
See Lighting Management on GENERAL section for details.
34. Ignition select switch................................................................... IGN L or R
First flight of the day or following a flight crew change - select IGN R
Alternate the ignition select switch position on subsequent starts.
35. ENGINE START switches........................................................................ OFF
36. Lighting pane.......................................................................................... Set
See Lighting Management on GENERAL section for details.

1.2.4

PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES (CONTINUED)


37. Mode control panel................................................................................. Set
COURSE(S) Set
FLIGHT DIRECTOR switch ON
38. EFIS control pane..................................................................................... Set
MINIMUMS reference selector RADIO or BARO
MINIMUMS selector Set engine out acceleration altitude as reference
FLIGHT PATH VECTOR switch As needed
METERS switch As needed
BAROMETRIC reference selector IN or HPA
BAROMETRIC selector Set local altimeter setting
VOR/ADF switches As needed
Mode selector MAP
CENTER switch As needed
Range selector PF: 10 - 40nm / PM one range higher
TRAFFIC switch As needed
WEATHER RADAR Off
Verify that the weather radar indications are not shown on the MAP.
Map switches As needed.
39. Oxygen.................................................................................... Test and set
Crew oxygen pressure Check
Verify that the pressure is sufficient for dispatch.
Oxygen mask Stowed and doors closed
RESET/TEST switch Push and hold
Verify that the yellow cross shows momentarily in the flow indicator.
EMERGENCY/TEST selector Push and hold
Continue to hold the RESET/TEST switch down and push the EMERGENCY/TEST
selector for 5 seconds.
Verify that the yellow cross shows continuously in the flow indicator.
Verify that the crew oxygen pressure does not decrease more than 100 psig.
If the oxygen cylinder valve is not in the full open position, pressure can:
o decrease rapidly, or
o decrease more than 100 psig, or
o increase slowly back to normal.
Release the RESET/TEST switch and the EMERGENCY/TEST selector.
Verify that the yellow does not show in the flow indicator.
Normal/100% selector 100%
40. Clock....................................................................................................... Set
TIME/DATE pushbutton - UTC time
41. Display select panel................................................................................ Set
MAIN PANEL DISPLAY UNITS selector NORM
LOWER DISPLAY UNIT selector NORM
42. Disengage light TEST switch........................................................ Hold to 1
Verify that the A/P light is illuminated steady amber.
Verify that the A/T light is illuminated steady amber.
Verify that the FMC light is illuminated steady amber.
43. Disengage light TEST switch........................................................ Hold to 2
Verify that the A/P light is illuminated steady red.
Verify that the A/T light is illuminated steady red.
Verify that the FMC light is illuminated steady amber.
Do the Initial Data and Navigation Data steps from the CDU Preflight
Procedure and verify that the IRS alignment is complete before checking the flight instruments.

1.2.4

PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES (CONTINUED)


42. Flight instruments............................................................................. Check
Verify that the flight instrument indications are correct.
Verify that only these flags are shown:
o TCAS OFF
o NO VSPD until Vspeeds are selected
o expected RMI flags
Verify that the flight mode annunciations are correct:
o auto throttle mode is blank
o roll mode is blank
o pitch mode is blank
o AFDS status is FD
Select the map mode.
43. GROUND PROXIMITY panel........................................................... Check
FLAP INHIBIT switch Guard closed
GEAR INHIBIT switch Guard closed
TERRAIN INHIBIT switch Guard closed
Verify that the GROUND PROXIMITY INOP light is extinguished.
44. Landing gear panel................................................................................ Set
Landing gear lever DN
Verify that the green landing gear indicator lights are illuminated.
Verify that the red landing gear indicator lights are extinguished.
45. AUTO BRAKE selector........................................................................ RTO
Verify that the AUTO BRAKE DISARM light is extinguished
46. ANTISKID INOP light.................................................. Verify extinguished
47. Engine display control panel.................................................................. Set
N1 SET selector - AUTO
SPEED REFERENCE selector AUTO
FUEL FLOW switch RATE
Move switch to RESET, then RATE.
48. Engine instruments........................................................................... Check
Verify that the primary and secondary engine indications show existing conditions.
Verify that no exceedance is shown.
Verify that the hydraulic quantity indications do not show RF.
49. CARGO FIRE panel.......................................................................... Check
This check is needed once per flight day or following a flight crew change.
49.1 DETECTOR SELECT switches NORM
49.2 TEST switch Push
Verify that the fire warning bell sounds.
Verify that the master FIRE WARN lights are illuminated.
49.3 Master FIRE WARN light Push
Verify that the master FIRE WARN lights are extinguished.
Verify that the fire warning bell cancels.
Verify that the FWD and AFT lights stay illuminated.
Verify that the DETECTOR FAULT light stays extinguished.
Verify that the green EXTINGUISHER test lights stay illuminated.
Verify that the DISCH light stays illuminated.

1.2.4

PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES (CONTINUED)


50. Radio tuning panel.................................................................................. Set
WARNING: Do not key HF radio while airplane is being fueled.
Injury to personnel or fire may result.
Verify that the OFF light is extinguished.
50.1 VHF NAVIGATION radios................................................... Set for departure
50.2 Audio control panel................................................................................ .Set
50.3 ADF radios................................................................................................ Set
50.4 WEATHER RADAR panel........................................................................... Set
50.5 Transponder panel.................................................................................. Set
50.6 STABILIZER TRIM override switch. ......................................... Guard closed
51. Seat.................................................................................................. Adjust
Use the handhold above the forward window for assistance when pulling the seat
forward. Do not use the glare shield as damage can occur.
Adjust the seat for optimum eye reference.
Verify a positive horizontal (fore and aft) seat lock.
52. Rudder pedals.................................................................................. Adjust
Adjust the rudder pedals to allow full rudder pedal and brake pedal movement.
53. Seat belt and shoulder harness........................................................ Adjust
Do the PREFLIGHT checklist on the captains command.

1.2.5

BEFORE START PROCEDURES

BEFORE START PROCURE


FUEL PUMPS.on
HYDRAULIC PUMPS.on
ANTI COLLISION LIGHT..on
LOWER DU..check hydraulic pressure

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1.2.6

BEFORE TAXI PROCEDURES

AFTER START/BEFORE TAXI PROCURE


1. ECTRIC POWER GEN 1 AND 2.........on
2. PROBE HEAT...on
3. PACKS.auto
4. ISOLATION SWITCH....auto
5. APU BLEED.off
6. APU.off
7. ENGINE START...continuous
8. RECALL..check
9. LOWER DUcheck blank

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1.2.7

BEFORE TAKE OFF PROCEDURES

BEFORE TAKE OFF PROCURES


1. STROBE LIGHTS.on
2. TRANSPONDER....TA/RA
LIGHTG MANAGEMET
BEFORE TAXI
1. WHEEL WELL LIGHT..off
2. TAXI LIGHT..auto
BEFORE LINE UP
1. STROBE LIGHTS..on
BEFORE TAKE OFF
1. TAXI LIGHTS.off
2. FIXED LANDING GEAR..on

1.2.8

CLIMB AND CRUISE PROCEDURES

CLIMB AND CRUIS PROCURES


1. PACKScheck
2. ENGINE START....CONT/ FLT
3. AUTO BRAKE..off
4. LANDING GEAR.off
5. BANK LIMIT.25*
* Recommendation from sim instructor

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1.2.9

DESCENT PROCEDURES

DESCENT PROCURES
1. LANDING ALTITUDE..set
2. MINIMUM..calculate
3. RECALL....check
4. V ref....set
5. AUTO BRAKE..set
6. NAV AIDS....set

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1.2.10 APPROACH PROCEDURES

APPROACH PROCURES
1. TRANSITION LEVELQNH set
2. PASSENGER SIGNon
3. 10,000 feet light management
FIXED LANDING LIGHTS..on
STROBE LIGHTSon (stdy)

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1.2.11 APPROACH TO LAND PROCEDURES


PHASE OF FLIGHT
PRECISION APPROACH
NON PRECISION APPROACH
1. If turn to intercept the final
approach course
At 10 nm. Before final approach
Arm APP
Arm VOR/LOC
course
2. If straight in approach
At 10 nm. Before intermediate fix
Arm APP
Arm VOR/LOC
3. reduce speed to extend the flaps, check with ND for deceleration point
If speed window open, or in LVL CH mode, set clean up speed
If speed window closes, or in VNAV mode, speed reduced by itself.
At clean up speed ( magenta arrow on PFD) or 10 knots above, whichever comes first, select flap 1
At flap 1 speed, select flap 5
4. localizer capture
Set MCP heading to final approach course.
Set heading bank limit to 15
5. Glide slope alive
Gear down
(for precision Approach only)
Flap 15
Arm speed brake
Set ENG START to CONT
6. At 2.2 nm. to final approach fix

Gear down
(for non-precision approach only)

Flap 15
* SOP uses 2.0, but sim instructor

Arm speed brake


recommends 2.2 nm.

Set ENG START to CONT


7. Glide slope captured
Set landing flap
(for precision approach only)
Set Missed approach
altitude
8. At 1.1 nm. to final approach fix

Set landing flap


(for non-precision approach only)

Set Missed approach


* SOP uses 1.0, but sim instructor
altitude 300 feet above
recommends 1.1 nm.
MDA
9. When aircraft in landing configure
Call landing checklist

12.2.12 AFTER LANDING PROCEDURES

AFTER LANDING PROCURES


(Use captain setting speed brake down
as the signal to proceed to procedures)
1. APU..start
2. PROBE HEAT..off
3. LIGHT MANAGEMENT..set
TAXI LIGHT...auto
POSITION/STROBE.off
4. ENGINE START....off/auto
5. WEATHER RADAR..off
6. AUTO BRAKE.off
7. TRANSPONDER..set
8. FLAP.up
9. TRIM..4.0 units

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1.2.12 SHUT DOWN PROCEDURES

ENGINE SHUT DOWN PROCURES


1. ENGINE GEN.on
2. SEAT BELT SIGN.off
3. ANTI COLISION LIGHT..off
4. FUEL PUMPS...off
5. CAB/UTIL SWITCH..set
6. IFE SWITCH..set
7. WINDOW HEAT.off
8. HYDRAULIC PUMPS..set
9. RECIRCULATING.....auto
10. PACKS...auto
11. ISOLATION..open
12. ENG BLEED.on
13. APU BLEED...off
14. APU...as required
15. F/D..off

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1.2.13 SECURE PROCEDURES

PRELIMINARY PREFLIGHT PROCURE


1. IRS..off
2. EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT.off
3. PACKS..off

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2.

LIMITATIONS

3.

MEMORY ITEMS

3.1

ABORT ENGINE START


1 Engine start lever (affected engine) . . . . CUTOFF

3.2

AIRSPEED UNRELIABLE
1 Autopilot (if engaged) . . . . . . . . . . . . .Disengage
2 Auto throttle (if engaged). . . . . . . . . . .Disengage
3 F/D switches (both) . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . OFF
4 Set the following gear up pitch attitude and thrust:
Flaps extended . . . . . . . . . . 10 and 80% N1
Flaps up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 and 75% N1

3.3

APU FIRE
1 APU fire switch. . . Confirm . . . .Pull, rotate to the stop, and hold for 1 second
2 APU switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF

3.4

CABIN ALTITUDE WARNING


1 Don oxygen masks and set regulators to 100%.
2 Establish crew communications.
3 Pressurization mode selector . . . . . . . . . . . . MAN
4 Outflow VALVE switch . . . . . . . . . . Hold in CLOSE until the outflow VALVE indication
shows fully closed
5 If cabin altitude is uncontrollable:
Passenger signs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
PASS OXYGEN switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Go to the Emergency Descent checklist

3.5

EMERGENCY DESCENT
1 Announce the emergency descent. The pilot flying will advise the cabin crew, on the
PA system, of impending rapid descent. The pilot monitoring will advise ATC and
obtain the area altimeter setting.
2 Passenger signs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
3 Without delay, descend to the lowest safe altitude or 10,000 feet, whichever is
higher.
4 ENGINE START switches (both) . . . . . . . . . CONT
5 Thrust levers (both) . . . . . . . . . Reduce thrust to minimum or as needed for anti-ice
6 Speed brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FLIGHT DETENT
If structural integrity is in doubt, limit speed as much as possible and avoid high
maneuvering loads.
7 Set target speed to Mmo/Vmo.

3.6

ENGINE FIRE
1 Auto throttle (if engaged) . . . . . . . . . . .Disengage
2 Thrust lever (affected engine) . . . . . . Confirm . . . . . . . Close
3Engine start lever (affected engine) . . . . . . Confirm . . . . . CUTOFF
4 Engine fire switch (affected engine) . . . . . . Confirm . . . . . . . . Pull
To manually unlock the engine fire switch, press the override and pull.
5 If the engine fire switch or ENG OVERHEAT light is illuminated:
Engine fire switch . . . . . Rotate to the stop and hold for 1 second
If after 30 seconds the engine fire switch or ENG OVERHEAT light stays illuminated:
Engine fire switch. . . . . . . .Rotate to the other stop and hold for 1 second

3.7

ENGINE LIMITS OR SERGE OR STALL


1 Auto throttle (if engaged) . . . . . . . . . . .Disengage
2 Thrust lever (affected engine) . . . . Confirm. . . . .Retard until engine indications
stay within limits or the thrust lever is closed

3.8

ENGINE OVERHEAT
1 Auto throttle (if engaged). . . . . . . . . . .Disengage
2 Thrust lever (affected engine) . . . . . . Confirm . . . . . . . Close
3 If the ENG OVERHEAT light stays illuminated:
Go to the ENGINE FIRE or Engine Severe Damage or Separation checklist

3.9

ENGINE SEVERE DAMAGE OR SEPARATION


1 Auto throttle (if engaged) . . . . . . . . . . .Disengage
2 Thrust lever (affected engine) . . . . . . Confirm . . . . . . . Close
3Engine start lever (affected engine) . . . . . . Confirm . . . . . CUTOFF
4 Engine fire switch (affected engine) . . . . . . Confirm . . . . . . . . Pull
To manually unlock the engine fire switch, press the override and pull.
5 If the engine fire switch or ENG OVERHEAT light is illuminated:
Engine fire switch . . . . . Rotate to the stop and hold for 1 second
If after 30 seconds the engine fire switch or ENG OVERHEAT light stays illuminated:
Engine fire switch. . . . . . . .Rotate to the other stop and hold for 1 second

3.10

ENGINE TAIL PIPE FIRE


1Engine start lever (affected engine) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CUTOFF
2 Advise the cabin.
3 Choose one:
3.1 Bleed air is available: Go to step 4
3.2 Bleed air is not available: Advise the tower.
4 PACK switches (both) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
5ISOLATION VALVE switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . AUTO
6 Engine BLEED air switches (both) . . . . . . . . . . ON
7 Choose one:
7.1 APU is running: APU BLEED air switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON and Go to step 8
7.2 APU is not running: Go to step 8
8 Choose one:
8.1 Affected ENGINE START switch is in GRD: and Go to step 9
8.2 Affected ENGINE START switch is not in GRD: Allow the affected N2 to decrease
below 20%.
ENGINE START switch (affected engine) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GRD and Go to step 9
9 Advise the tower.
10 When the tailpipe fire is extinguished:
ENGINE START switch(affected engine) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF

3.11

EVACUATION
1 PARKING BRAKE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Set
C
2 Speed brake lever . . . . . . . . . . . . DOWN
C
3 FLAP lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
F/O
4 Pressurization mode selector . . . . . MAN F/O
5 Outflow VALVE switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hold in OPEN until the outflow VALVE
indication shows fully open to depressurize the airplane F/O
6 If time allows, verify that the flaps are 40 before the engine start levers are moved to
CUTOFF.
C
7Engine start levers (both) . . . . . CUTOFF
C
8 Advise the cabin to evacuate.
C
9 Advise the tower.
F/O
10 Engine and APU fire switches (all) . . . . Override and pull F/O
11 If an engine or APU fire warning occurs:
Illuminated fire switch . . . . . . . . . . Rotate to the stop and hold for 1 second F/O

3.12

LANDING CONFIGURATION
1 Assure correct airplane takeoff configuration.

3.13

LOSS OF THRUST ON BOTH ENGINES


1 ENGINE START switches (both) . . . . . . . . . . FLT
2 Engine start levers (both) . . . . . . . . . . . CUTOFF
3 When EGT decreases:
Engine start levers (both) . . . . . . IDLE detent
4 If EGT reaches 950C or there is no increase in EGT within 30 seconds:
Engine start lever (affected engine) . . . . Confirm . . . . . CUTOFF,
then IDLE detent
If EGT again reaches 950C or there is no increase in EGT within 30 seconds, repeat as
needed.

3.14

RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION
1 Don oxygen masks and set regulators to 100%.
2 Establish crew communications.
3 Pressurization mode selector . . . . . . . . . . . . MAN
4 Outflow VALVE switch . . . . . . . . . . Hold in CLOSE until the outflow VALVE indication
shows fully closed
5 If cabin altitude is uncontrollable:
Passenger signs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
PASS OXYGEN switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Go to the Emergency Descent checklist

3.15

RUNAWAY STABILIZER
1 Control column. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hold firmly
2 Autopilot (if engaged) . . . . . . . . . . . . .Disengage
Do not re-engage the autopilot.
Control airplane pitch attitude manually with control column and main electric trim as
needed.
3 Auto throttle (if engaged). . . . . . . . . . .Disengage
Do not re-engage the auto throttle.
4 If the runaway stops after the autopilot is disengaged: (checklist completed)
5 If the runaway continues after the autopilot is disengaged:
STAB TRIM CUTOUT switches (both) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CUTOUT
If the runaway continues:
Stabilizer trim wheel . . . . . . . . . . Grasp and hold

3.16

SMOKE, FIRE OR FUMES


1 Diversion may be needed.
2 Don oxygen masks and set regulators to 100%, as needed.
3 Don smoke goggles, as needed.
4 Establish crew and cabin communications.
5 BUS TRANSFER switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
6 Advise the cabin crew that the cabin lighting will be extinguished, but passenger
reading lights will continue to work.
7 CAB/UTIL switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
8 IFE/PASS SEAT switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
9 RECIRC FAN switches (both) . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
10 APU BLEED air switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
11 Anytime the smoke or fumes become the greatest threat:
Go to the Smoke or Fumes Removal checklist
12 Choose one:
12.1 Source of the smoke, fire or fumes is obvious and can be extinguished quickly:
Isolate and extinguish the source.
If possible, remove power from the affected equipment by switch or circuit breaker in
the flight deck or cabin.
Go to step 13
12.2 Source of the smoke, fire or fumes is not obvious or cannot be extinguished
quickly:
Go to step 14
13 Choose one:
13.1 Source is visually confirmed to be extinguished and the smoke or fumes are
decreasing:
Continue the flight at the captains discretion.
Restore unpowered items at the captains discretion.
Go to the Smoke or Fumes Removal checklist needed (checklist completed)
13.2 Source is not visually confirmed to be extinguished or smoke or fumes are not
decreasing:
Go to step 14

3.16

SMOKE, FIRE OR FUMES (CONTINUED)


14 EQUIP COOLING SUPPLY and EXHAUST switches (both) . . . . . . . . . . ALTN
15 Instruct the cabin crew to:
Turn on cabin reading lights.
Turn on galley attendants work lights.
Turn off cabin fluorescent light switches.
16 Divert to the nearest suitable airport while continuing the checklist.
17 Consider an immediate landing if the smoke, fire or fumes situation becomes
uncontrollable.
18 Do not delay landing in an attempt to complete all of the following steps.
19 ISOLATION VALVE switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . CLOSE
20 R PACK switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
21 Wait 2 minutes unless the smoke or fumes are increasing. This allows time for the
smoke or fumes to clear.
22 Choose one:
22.1 Smoke or fumes are decreasing:
Go to the Smoke or Fumes Removal checklist on page 8.18, if needed
22.2 Smoke or fumes continue or are increasing:
R PACK switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AUTO
L PACK switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Go to step 23
23 Wait 2 minutes unless the smoke or fumes are increasing. This allows time for the
smoke or fumes to clear.
24 Choose one:
24.1 Smoke or fumes are decreasing:
Go to the Smoke or Fumes Removal checklist on page 8.18, if needed
24.2 Smoke or fumes continue or are increasing:
L PACK switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AUTO
Consider an immediate landing.
Go to the Smoke or Fumes Removal checklist on page 8.18, if needed

3.17

TAKE OFF CONFIGURATION


1 Assure correct airplane takeoff configuration.

3.18

WARNING HORN
1 If the intermittent warning horn sounds or a CABIN ALTITUDE light (if installed and
operative) illuminates in flight at an airplane flight altitude above 10,000 feet MSL:
Don the oxygen masks and set the regulators to 100%.
Establish crew communications.
Go to the CABIN ALTITUDE WARNING or Rapid Depressurization checklist
2 If the intermittent warning horn sounds or a TAKEOFF CONFIG light (if installed and
operative) illuminates on the ground when advancing the thrust levers to takeoff
thrust:
Assure correct airplane takeoff configuration.

3.19

WARNING LIGHTS ( CABIN ALTITUDE OR TAKE OFF CONFIGURATION)


1 If the intermittent warning horn sounds or a CABIN ALTITUDE light (if installed and
operative) illuminates in flight at an airplane flight altitude above 10,000 feet MSL:
Don the oxygen masks and set the regulators to 100%.
Establish crew communications.
Go to the CABIN ALTITUDE WARNING or Rapid Depressurization checklist
2 If the intermittent warning horn sounds or a TAKEOFF CONFIG light (if installed and
operative) illuminates on the ground when advancing the thrust levers to takeoff
thrust:
Assure correct airplane takeoff configuration.

4.

ON BOARD REQUIRED DOCUMENT CHECKLIST

4.1

AIRCRAFT LIBRARY

1. Certificate of Airworthiness
2. Certificate of Registration
3. Flight Crew Licenses
4. Load sheet
5. Certificate of Maintenance Review
6. Maintenance Log
7. Passenger Manifest and/or Cargo Manifest
8. Certified True Copy of the Air Operator Certificate
9. Copy of Operational Specification
10. Aircraft Radio License
11. Copy of Aircraft Insurance
12. Passenger Manifest Engine Monitoring Log Book.
13. Aeronautical Information (Jeppessen route guide, route charts/approach chart or Thai Lion Air route
chart/approach chart and applicable Miscellaneous route/airport information)
14. OM Part A, AFM, FCOM, QRH, MEL, CCM
15. Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)
16. Runway Analysis Manual
17. Operational Flight Plan (OFP) for each flight
18. Cabin Crew Manual: Safety Emergency Procedures in Ch.3 - Safety Equipment, Ch.4 - Security, Ch.5 Survival, Ch.6 Routine Procedures, Ch.7 - Emergency Procedures, Ch.9 Emergency Communication,
Ch.10 - Aircraft B737-800/900ER, Ch.14 - First Aid
19. Bomb Threat Check List
20. Dangerous Goods Manual (should be carried when carrying
Dangerous Goods items)
21. Check List and Copy of Expanded Checklist.
22. Noise Certificate
23. IATA Format forms:
ASIR.
AIREP.
Flight Service Report.
Trip/Trouble Report.
Passenger Accident, Illness, Death, Unconsciousness and Oxygen Report.
4.2

DOCUMENTS CARRIED BY CREW MEMBER

Crew member must carry the documents listed below:


1. Valid passport with a minimum of 6 months validity prior to expiry (not necessary for domestic flight)
2. Valid Cabin Crew Certificate (Cabin Crew)
3. Valid Crew Member I.D. card
4. Valid Safety Training and Medical Record (Cabin Crew)
5. Valid Pilot License (Pilot)
6. Valid Medical Certificate (Pilot)
7. Pilot Proficiency Check Records (Pilot)