Is the only FCOM the book manual on the PMDG website? I have been told by a fellow simmer that my insufficient fuel on my FMC can be found. BOEING NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST. TAXI OUT. First Officer. Captain. ALTIMETERS (BOTH) ____ IN/hPa, ____FT. ALLOWABLE. FCOM FCTM QRH – january – june «on: November 10, , PM». Hello my dears, Here i attach part manuals.
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Caution Lightning Lightning is the personal signature of thunderstorm. Although different in nature, these examples have some common points: The “insufficient Fuel” message means that, with the information you have given the FMC, you will land with less fuel then you have specified as your “Reserves” figure. Tools For The Reduction Of Approach and Landing Accidents Data from numerous safety studies indicate that approach and landing accidents account for a significant proportion of air transport accidents.
The fundamental principles are, however, applicable to all weather radars in all aircraft. This concept is used en route, to reduce aircraft separation, and in terminal area to optimize arrival and departure procedures.
The NTSB findings in this event tcom suggested that a warning light intended to indicate the activation of a recovery function was falsely interpreted as fcon engine failure and led to inappropriate crew action. All ways and means to achieve this goal have to be rationally envisaged, safety being of course the prime factor in any airline operation.
The information provided in this document has been expanded on purpose to provide an opportunity fxom review and discuss in details fccom briefing item.
These are not free but the PDF files will help immensely. It is less useful to the flight crew in the normal operational range. Either situation increases the risk of approach-and-landing accidents, including those involving CFIT. Yet it showed me having insufficient fuel and the simmer said it may not be that I don’t have enough but doesn’t meet requirements for landing and said to look in the FCOM.
Landing on Contaminated Runways Landing on Contaminated Runways involves increased levels of risk related to deceleration and directional control. Dry and High Dehydratation causes an insidious degradation of pilot performance that must not be lightly regarded. The events have included engine surge, stall, flameout and rollback, as well as engine compressor damage due to ice shedding.
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USGS and other scientists with the Alaska Volcano Observatory are playing a leading role in the international effort to reduce the risk posed to aircraft by volcanic eruptions.
Ice particle icing related fckm engine power-loss and damage events are occurring during flights of large transport aircraft, commuter, and business jets.
This Airbus document reviews some safety precautions specific to Airbus aircraft, pushback and taxi techniques One-Engine Taxi – A Two Enginespowerpush, taxi with Deflated Tires, etc. The studies provide fleetwide information so that operators can take steps to reduce SBO events. If you follow the tutorial flights, they include sections on how to review your plans in such a way that will usually help you identify the cause of the message and decide on the appropriate action for your circumstances.
All pilots may benefit from this review of ”black hole” approaches – especially the explanation of why pilots may be lured into flying into terrain or obstacles despite having the runway in sight throughout the approach.
Crews of highly automated aircraft might lose their manual flying skills, and there is a risk of crews responding inappropriately to failures.
The training package consists of this document and an accompanying. Handling Engine Malfunctions The objective of this Briefing is to provide basic guidelines to identify engine malfunctions and to give typical operational recommendations in case of engine malfunctions. But is it always that straightforward?
Understanding Takeoff Thrust Setting Technique This well-illustrated document to help pilots to understand different takoff thrust setting techniques.
RVSM Heightens Need for Precision in Altitude Measurement Technological advances have honed the accuracy of aircraft altimeters, but false indications still can occur at any altitude or flight level. Effective briefings should be short, structured, concise and adapted to the particular conditions of the takeoff or approach-and-landing.
In incident and accident reports, the flight crew’s contribution often is considered to be just what the flight crew did or did not do. During long-haul rotations, partial or complete compliance with these recommendations should allow pilots to better manage their levels of alertness in flight, limit sleep loss related to night flights, facilitate, if applicable, adaptation to local layover times, depending on time zone differences.
This brochure summarizes information contained in several Airbus Industrie documents and provides related recommendations.
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In these cases, the airplane may arrive at the landing airport at a weight considerably above the maximum design landing weight. After reviewing the initial data, the RSI Group determined that it would be most effective to focus its efforts on reducing the risk of runway excursions. However, isolated cases of abnormal vibration require prompt flight crew response and subsequent timely maintenance action. A proposal to modify the existing VNAV design to eliminate the overloading is discussed.
Review Of Performance Requirements Most current performance requirements for the certification and operation of transport category airplanes were established at the beginning of the jet age.
Erroneous Flight Instruments Indications reventable accidents and incidents related to erroneous flight instrument information continue to occur despite improvements in system reliability, redundancy, and technology.
This combines maximum windshield rain protection with safe guards for the environment. Low Fuel temperatures Basics, principles of operations and a new software tool for operational predictions Managing Uneven Brake Temperatures Operators typically purchase twin-aisle airplanes for long-distance flights. Interruptions and distractions occur frequently. TEM is not a revolutionary concept, but it evolved gradually, as a consequence of the constant drive to improve the margins of safety in aviation operations through the practical integration of Human Factors knowledge.
Safety back to the top Advancements In Overhead Stowage Bin Article Retention The retention of passenger baggage in airplane stowage bins during flight is of industrywide interest. Darkness Increases Risks of Flight Human perceptual limitations are blamed for specific types of accidents that are more likely to occur in darkness than in daylight. From through Decembera search of the Boeing Product Safety Jet Transport Safety Events data base revealed 31 reported accidents worldwide where personnel were run over by the airplane wheels during the pushback process.
Flight In severe Turbulence A turbulence encounter is a play featuring three characters: