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Preflight and Postflight Scan Flow

Areas of Responsability - Captain as Pilot Flying or Taxiing

737 NG

FIRST OFFICER PROCEDURES

Areas of Responsability - First Officer as Pilot Flying

Preflight Procedure
Electrical Power Up supplementary procedure Exterior inspection Completed Completed

Verify that the ELEC light is extinguished.

Generator drive DISCONNECT switches


Verify that the DRIVE lights are illuminated.

Guards closed Guards closed

BUS TRANSFER switch

Flight control panel FLIGHT CONTROL switches Flight SPOILER switches YAW DAMPER switch Guards closed Guards closed ON

Check

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.

Verify that the flight control LOW PRESSURE lights are illuminated.

Overheat and fire protection panel

Check

Verify that the YAW DAMPER light is extinguished. Verify the standby hydraulic LOW QUANTITY light is extinguished Verify the standby hydraulic LOW PRESSURE light is extinguished Verify that the STBY RUD ON light is extinguished.

Do this check if the flight crew did not do the Electrical Power Up supplementary procedure. This check is needed once per flight day. Verify that the engine No. 1, APU and the engine No. 2 fire switches are in Alert ground personnel before the following test is accomplished.

OVERHEAT DETECTOR switches TEST switch

NORMAL Hold to FAULT/INOP

ALTERNATE FLAPS master switch ALTERNATE FLAPS position switch

Guard closed 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.

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 operate the APU if the APU DET INOP light fails to illuminate.

NAVIGATION panel VHF NAV transfer switch IRS transfer switch FMC transfer switch DISPLAYS panel SOURCE selector CONTROL PANEL select switch Fuel panel
Verify that the ENG VALVE CLOSED lights are illuminated dim. Verify that the SPAR VALVE CLOSED lights are illuminated dim. Verify that the FILTER BYPASS lights are extinguished.

Set NORMAL NORMAL NORMAL Set AUTO NORMAL Set

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.

Master FIRE WARN light

Push

Verify that the master FIRE WARN lights are extinguished. Verify that the fire warning bell cancels. Verify that the engine No. 1, APU and the engine No. 2 fire switches stay illuminated. Verify that the ENG 1 OVERHEAT and ENG 2 OVERHEAT lights stay illuminated.

EXTINGUISHER TEST switch

Check

TEST Switch Position to 1 and hold Verify that the three green extinguisher test lights are illuminated. TEST Switch Release Verify that the three green extinguisher test lights are extinguished.

CROSSFEED selector
Verify that the VALVE OPEN light is extinguished.

Closed OFF

Repeat for test position 2. APU

START

FUEL PUMP switches

Verify that the center tank fuel pump LOW PRESSURE lights are extinguished. Verify that the main tank fuel pump LOW PRESSURE lights are illuminated.

If extended APU operation is needed on the ground, position an AC operated fuel pump ON.If fuel is loaded in the center tank, position the left center tank fuel pump switch ON to prevent a fuel imbalance before takeoff.

When the APU GEN OFF BUS light is illuminated: Set


APU GENERATOR bus switches ON Verify that the SOURCE OFF lights are extinguished. Verify that the TRANSFER BUS OFF lights are extinguished.

Electrical panel BATTERY switch CAB/UTIL power switch IFE/PASS SEAT power switch STANDBY POWER switch Guard closed ON ON Guard closed

EQUIPMENT COOLING switches


Verify that the OFF lights are extinguished.

NORM Guard closed Set AUTO or ON AUTO or ON

EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHTS switch


Verify that the NOT ARMED light is extinguished.

Passenger signs NO SMOKING switch FASTEN BELTS switch

Verify that the STANDBY PWR OFF light is extinguished. Verify that the BAT DISCHARGE light is extinguished. Verify that the TR UNIT light is extinguished.

Windshield WIPER selectors Verify that the windshield wipers are stowed. WINDOW HEAT switches Position switches ON at least 10 minutes before takeoff. Verify that the OVERHEAT lights are extinguished. PROBE HEAT switches Verify that all lights are illuminated. WING ANTIICE switch Verify that the VALVE OPEN lights are extinguished. ENGINE ANTIICE switches Verify that the COWL ANTIICE lights are extinguished. Verify that the COWL VALVE OPEN lights are extinguished. Hydraulic panel ENGINE HYDRAULIC PUMPS switches
Verify that the LOW PRESSURE lights are illuminated.

PARK ENGINE START switches ON Lighting panel LOGO light switch OFF POSITION light switch OFF ANTICOLLISION light switch OFF WING illumination switch Set WHEEL WELL light switch Mode control panel COURSE(S) FLIGHT DIRECTOR switch Set
Move the switch for the pilot flying to ON first.

OFF Clock Set Display select panel As needed As needed OFF As needed As needed Set Set ON Set RADIO or BARO MAIN PANEL DISPLAY UNITS selector LOWER DISPLAY UNIT selector Disengage light TEST switch
A/P light A/T light FMC light

Set Set NORM NORM Hold to 1


Illuminated steady amber Illuminated steady amber Illuminated steady amber

Disengage light TEST switch


A/P light A/T light FMC light

Hold to 2
Illuminated steady red Illuminated steady red Illuminated steady amber

ON OFF

ELECTRIC HYDRAULIC PUMPS switches


Verify that the OVERHEAT lights are extinguished. Verify that the LOW PRESSURE lights are illuminated.

Flight Instruments Flight instrument indications


Flags shown : TCAS OFF NO VSPD Expected RMI flag

Check Correct

Air conditioning panel AIR TEMPERATURE source selector TRIM AIR switch
Verify that the ZONE TEMP lights are extinguished.

EFIS control panel As needed MINIMUMS reference selector ON MINIMUMS selector As needed FLIGHT PATH VECTOR switch METERS switch Air conditioning PACK switches ISOLATION VALVE switch Engine BLEED air switches APU BLEED air switch AUTO or HIGH BAROMETRIC reference selector OPEN BAROMETRIC selector ON VOR/ADF switches ON Mode selector CENTER switch Set Range selector TRAFFIC switch WEATHER RADAR LANDING ALTITUDE indicator Pressurization mode selector
Verify that the ALTN light is extinguished. Verify that the MANUAL light is extinguished. Verify that the DUAL BLEED light is illuminated. Verify that the PACK lights are extinguished. Verify that the WINGBODY OVERHEAT lights are extinguished. Verify that the BLEED TRIP OFF lights are extinguished.

Flight mode annunciations Set decision height or altitude reference As needed As needed IN or HPA Set local altimeter setting As needed As needed As needed As needed As needed Off Engine display control panel N1 SET selector Oxygen Set Crew oxygen pressure Oxygen Mask Reset/TEST switch
Yellow cross autothrottle mode roll mode pitch mode AFDS status

Correct
Blank Blank Blank FD

Temperature selectors RECIRCULATION FAN switches

Verify that the RAM DOOR FULL OPEN lights are illuminated.

AUTO

GROUND PROXIMITY panel FLAP INHIBIT switch GEAR INHIBIT switch TERRAIN INHIBIT switch
Verify that the INOP light is extinguished.

Check Guard closed Guard closed Guard closed Set DN

Landing gear panel LANDING GEAR lever

Cabin pressurization panel Verify that the AUTO FAIL light is extinguished. Verify that the OFF SCHED DESCENT light is extinguished. FLIGHT ALTITUDE indicator Cruise altitude Destination field elevation AUTO

Verify that the green landing gear indicator lights are illuminated. Verify that the red landing gear indicator lights are extinguished.

AUTO BRAKE select switch


Verify that the AUTO BRAKE DISARM light is extinguished

RTO Verify extinguished Set AUTO AUTO RATE Check

ANTISKID INOP light


Verify that the weather radar indications are not shown on the MAP.

Map switches

As needed Test and Set SPEED REFERENCE selector Check FUEL FLOW switch Stowed and doors closed Push and Hold
shown Move switch to RESET, then RATE.

Lighting panel LANDING light switches RUNWAY TURNOFF light switches TAXI light switch Ignition select switch RETRACT and OFF OFF OFF

Engine instruments

Emergency/TEST selector
Yellow cross

Push and Hold


shown

Verify that the primary and secondary engine indications show existing conditions. Verify that no exceedance is shown.

IGN L or R ELECTRONIC FLIGHT BAG

Set

CARGO FIRE panel


This check is needed once per flight day or following a flight crew change.

Check

VR V2+15 Flaps up maneuvering speed

Correct Correct Correct

Engine Start Procedure

DETECTOR SELECT switches TEST switch


Verify that the fire warning bell sounds. Verify that the master FIRE WARN lights are illuminated.

NORM Push

Taxi and takeoff brieffings It will contain the following information :

Select the secondary engine indications. Completed Air conditioning PACK switches ENGINE START switch
N2 RPM Increase Monitor Monitor

OFF GRD

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.

HUD system Radio tuning panel


OFF light

As needed Set
Extinguished

Airport notam and taxi plan Flaps configuration Runway condition Bleeds and anti-ice (ON or OFF) Departure procedure(Vectors or SID, NADP) Failure before 80kts (monitor braking or manual brake) Failure after 80kts (Engine failure, Engine fire, TO configuration horn, monitor RTO, use reverse thrust) Failure atfter VR (procedure to return airport) Cabin altitude (don oxygen mask, Establish crew communication) Cabin evacuation (Protect evacuation from fire and wind)

After Engine start lever was move to ilde detent :


Fuel flow EGT indications

At 56% N2, verify that the ENGINE START switch moves to OFF. If not, move the ENGINE START switch to OFF. Verify that the START VALVE OPEN alert extinguishes when the ENGINE START switch moves to OFF. Call STARTER CUTOUT. After starter cutout :
N1 N2 EGT Fuel flow Oil pressure Normal indications Normal indications Normal indications Normal indications Normal indications

Exterior doors Flight Deck windows Set Start clearance VHF NAVIGATION radios Audio control panel ADF Radios WEATHER RADAR Panel Transponder panel STABILIZER TRIM override switch Seat Rudder pedals Seat belt and shoulder harness Do the PREFLIGHT checklist on the captains command. Set for departure
Hydraulic system pressurization clearance Start engine clearance

Verify closed Closed and locked Obtained


Obtained Obtained

VHF communications radios

Set Fuel panel Set Set Set Guard closed LEFT and RIGHT CENTER FUEL PUMPS switches ON

Set

Starter duty cycle :


Do not exceed 2 minutes during each start attempt A minimum of 10 seconds is needed between start attempts

If the center tank fuel quantity exceeds 1,000 pounds/460 kilograms Verify that the LOW PRESSURE lights illuminate momentarily and then extinguish. If the LOW PRESSURE light stays illuminated turn off the CENTER FUEL PUMPS switch.

Normal engine start considerations :


do not move an engine start lever to idle early or a hot start can occur keep a hand on the engine start lever while monitoring RPM, EGT and fuel flow until stable if fuel is shutoff accidentally (by closing the engine start lever) do not reopen the engine start lever in an attempt to restart the engine failure of the ENGINE START switch to stay in GRD until the starter cutout RPM can cause a hot start. Do not reengage the ENGINE START switch until engine RPM is below 20% N2.

AFT and FORWARD FUEL PUMPS switches


Verify that the LOW PRESSURE lights are extinguished.

ON Set ON

Adjust Hydraulic panel Adjust Adjust Electric HYDRAULIC PUMP switches

Verify that the electric pump LOW PRESSURE lights are extinguished. Verify that the brake pressure is 2,800 psi minimum. Verify that the system A and B pressures are 2,800 psi minimum.

ANTI COLLISION light switch Do the BEFORE START checklist.

ON

Do the ABORTED ENGINE START checklist for one or more of the following abort start conditions :
the N1 or N2 does not increase or increases very slowly after the EGT increases there is no oil pressure indication by the time that the engine is stable at idle the EGT does not increase by 10 seconds after the engine start lever is moved to IDLE the EGT quickly nears or exceeds the start limit

Before Start Procedure Start the Before Start Procedure after papers are on board. Flight deck door Verify that the LOCK FAIL light is extinguished. CDU display PF PNF N1 bugs
N1 reference bugs Correct

Pushback or Towing Procedure


The Engine Start procedure may be done during pushback or towing.

Closed and locked

Parking brake When pushack is complete : Set


Tow bar Nose gear steering lockout pin

Released as directed
Disconnected Removed

TAKEOFF ref page LEGS page Check Set


Correct

Before Taxi Procedure GENERATOR 1 and 2 switches PROBE HEAT switches WING ANTIICE switch ON ON As Needed

System A HYDRAULIC PUMPS switches


Verify that the system A pump LOW PRESSURE lights are extinguished Verify that the system A pressure is 2800 psi minimum.

ON

IAS bugs
V1

ENGINE ANTIICE switches PACK switches ISOLATION VALVE switch APU BLEED air switch APU switch ENGINE START switches Verify that the ground equipment is clear. Flap lever Blank the lower display unit. Transponder

As needed AUTO AUTO OFF OFF CONT Pilot Flying

Takeoff Procedure Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring


Enter the runway offset on the CDU TAKEOFF REF page. When entering departure runway, set the STROBE light switch to ON. Use other lights as needed. Verify that the brakes are released. Align the airplane with the runway. When cleared for takeoff, set the FIXED LANDING light switches to ON. Set the transponder mode selector to TA/RA. Call AFTER TAKEOFF CHECKLIST. Engage the autopilot when above the minimum altitude for autopilot engagement. After flap retraction is complete: Set or verify engine bleeds and air conditioning packs are operating Set the AUTO BRAKE select switch to OFF Set the landing gear lever to OFF after landing gear retraction is

Pilot Monitoring

complete.
Do the AFTER TAKEOFF checklist.

Set takeoff flaps


Advance the thrust levers to approximately 40% N1. Allow the engines to stabilize.

As needed
Push the TO/GA switch. After takeoff thrust is set, the captains hand must be on the thrust levers until V1. Monitor airspeed. Maintain light forward pressure on the control column. Verify 80 knots and call CHECK. Verify V1 speed. Monitor airspeed and call out any abnormal indications.

At airports where ground tracking is not available, select STBY. At airports equipped to track airplanes on the ground, select an active transponder setting, but not a TCAS mode.

Takeoff Flap Retraction Speed Schedule : Takeoff Flaps Flaps 25 V2+15 "15" "5" "1" V2+15 "5" "1" V2+15 "1" "1" At speed (display) Select Flaps Flaps 15 Flaps 5 Flaps 1 Flaps up Flaps 5 Flaps 1 Flaps up Flaps 1 Flaps up Flaps up

Recall
Verify that all system annunciator panel lights illuminate and then extinguish.

Check

EFB AIRPORT MAP application


Select map as desired.

Select

Do the BEFORE TAXI checklist.

Call 80 KNOTS.

Flaps 15 or 10 Before Takeoff Procedure Engine warm up requirement :


Engine oil temperature Increase At VR, rotate toward 15 pitch After liftoff, follow F/D commands. Establish a positive rate of climb. Verify the automatic V1 callout or call V1.

Flaps 5
At VR, call ROTATE. Monitor airspeed and vertical speed.

Engine warm up recommendations :


run the engines for at least 2 minutes use a thrust setting normally used for taxi operations

Flaps 1

Limit bank angle to 15 until reaching V2 + 15


Verify a positive rate of climb on the altimeter and call POSITIVE RATE.

Pilot Flying

Pilot Monitoring
Check the center tank fuel quantity. Both center tank fuel pump switches must be OFF for T/O if center tank fuel is less than 5000 pounds/ 2300 kilograms. Notify the cabin crew to prepare for takeoff. Verify that cabin is secure. Verify a positive rate of climb on the altimeter and call GEAR UP. Set the landing gear lever to UP Above 400 feet radio altitude, call for a roll mode as needed. Select or verify the roll mode. Verify VNAV engaged.

At thrust reduction height, verify that climb thrust is set. The pilot who will do the takeoff updates changes to the takeoff briefing as needed. Set the weather radar display as needed. Call "BEFORE TAKEOFF CHECKLIST" Do the BEFORE TAKEOFF checklist. Set the FLAP lever as directed. Verify acceleration at acceleration height. Call FLAPS ___ according to the flap retraction schedule.

Takeoff Profile using VNAV

Climb and Cruise Procedure Complete the After Takeoff Checklist before starting the Climb and Cruise Procedure. Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring
If the center tank fuel pump switches were OFF for takeoff and the center tank contains more than 1000pounds 500 kilograms, set both center tank fuel pump switches ON above 10,000 feet or after the pitch attitude has been reduced to begin acceleration to a climb speed of 250 knots or greater. During climb, set both center tank fuel pump switches OFF when center tank fuel quantity reaches approximately 1000 pounds / 500 kilograms. At or above 10,000 feet MSL, set the LANDING light switches to OFF. Set the passenger signs as needed. At transition altitude, set and crosscheck the altimeters to standard. When established in a level attitude at cruise, if the center tank contains more than 1000 pounds / 500 kilograms and the center tank fuel pump switches are OFF, set the center tank fuel pump switches ON again. Set both center tank fuel pump switches OFF when center tank fuel quantity reaches approximately 1000 pounds/500 kilograms. During an ETOPS flight, additional steps must be done. See the ETOPS supplementary

Descent Procedure Start the Descent Procedure before the airplane descends below the cruise altitude for arrival at destination. Complete the Descent Procedure by 10,000 feet MSL. Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring
Set both center tank fuel pump switches OFF when center tank fuel quantity reaches approximately 3000 pounds/1400 kilograms. Verify that pressurization is set to landing altitude. Review the system annunciator lights. Verify VREF on the APPROACH REF page. Recall and review the system annunciator lights. Enter VREF on the APPROACH REF page.

Set the RADIO/BARO minimums as needed for the approach. Set or verify the navigation radios and course for the approach. Select FMC approach procedure Set the AUTO BRAKE select switch to the needed brake setting Do the approach briefing. Call DESCENT CHECKLIST. Do the DESCENT checklist.

Approach briefing will contain the following information :


Approach procedure (Vector or STAR, type of approach : precision, non precision, visual) Minimum Safe altitude Runway condition Bleeds and anti-ice (ON or OFF) Flaps configuration Autobrake configuration Heigh or altitude decision Missed approach procedure Airport notam and taxi plan

procedure in SP.1.
Before top of descent, modify the active route as needed for the arrival and approach. Verify or enter the correct RNP for arrival.

Approach category : Category C D IAS 121 knots or more but less than 141 knots 141 knots or more but less than 166 knots

Approach Procedure The Approach Procedure is normally started at transition level. Complete the Approach Procedure before : the initial approach fix, or the start of radar vectors to the final approach course, or the start of a visual approach Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring
Set the passenger signs as needed. At or above 10,000 feet MSL, set the FIXED LANDING light switches to ON. At transition level, set and crosscheck the altimeters. Update the arrival and approach procedures as needed. Update the RNP as needed. Update the approach briefing as needed. Call APPROACH CHECKLIST. Do the APPROACH checklist

ILS Approach Procedure

VNAV Approach Procedure

Flap extension schedule : Current Flap Position Flaps UP Flaps 1 Flaps 5 Flaps 15 At speedtape "display" "UP" "1" "5" "15" Select Flaps Flaps UP Flaps 1 Flaps 5 Flaps 15 Command Speed for selected flaps "1" "5" "15" (VREF30 or VREF40) with wind additives

Visual Approach Procedure

VS approach Procedure

RNAV Approach Procedure

Landing Procedure Pilot Flying Pilot Monitoring


Notify the cabin crew to prepare for landing. Verify that the cabin is secure. Call FLAPS ___ according to the flap extension schedule. Set flap lever as directed. Monitor flaps and slats extension.

Go-around and Missed Approach Procedure Pilot Flying


At the same time : push the TO/GA switch call FLAPS 15. Verify : the rotation to goaround attitude that the thrust increases. Verify that the thrust is sufficient for the go-around or adjust as needed.

Landing Roll Procedure Pilot Flying


Disengage the autopilot. Control the airplane manually. Verify that thrust levers are closed Verify that the SPEED BRAKE lever is UP. Without delay, fly the nose wheel smoothly onto the runway. Verify that the SPEED BRAKE lever is UP. Call SPEED BRAKES UP. If the SPEED BRAKE lever is not UP, call SPEED BRAKES NOT UP. Monitor the rollout progress.

Pilot Monitoring
Position the FLAP lever to 15 and monitor flap retraction

Pilot Monitoring

When on localizer/final approach course intercept heading : verify that the navigation radios are tuned and identified (as needed) verify that the deviation pointers are shown. Arm the APP mode. Use HDG SEL to intercept the final approach course as needed. Verify that the localizer/final approach course is captured. Call GLIDE SLOPE/GLIDE PATH ALIVE. At glide slope/glide path alive, call: "GEAR DOWN" "FLAPS 15" Set the landing gear lever to DN. Verify that the green landing gear indicator lights are illuminated. Set the flap lever to 15. If airspeed is below the top of the amber band, limit bank angle to 15. Above 400 feet, verify LNAV or select HDG SEL as appropriate. Above 400 feet, select appropriate roll mode and verify proper mode annunciation. Verify that missed approach route is tracked. Set the flap lever as directed. At acceleration height, call FLAPS ___ according to the flap retraction schedule. After flap retraction to planned flap setting, select LVL CHG. VNAV may be selected if the flaps are up. Verify a positive rate of climb on the altimeter and call GEAR UP.

Verify correct autobrake operation. Verify a positive rate of climb on the altimeter and call POSITIVE RATE. Set the landing gear lever to UP. Verify that the missed approach altitude is set.

WARNING:After the reverse thrust levers are moved, a full stop landing must be made. If an engine stays in reverse, safe flight is not possible.
Without delay, move the reverse thrust levers to the interlocks and hold light pressure until the interlocks release. Then apply reverse thrust as needed. By 60 knots, start movement of the reverse thrust levers to be at the reverse idle detent before taxi speed After the engines are at reverse idle, move the reverse thrust levers full down. Call 60 KNOTS.

Observe mode annunciation.

Set the speed brake lever to ARM. Verify that SPEED BRAKE ARMED light is illuminated. At glide slope/glide path capture, call FLAPS ___ as needed for landing. Set the missed approach altitude on the MCP. Call LANDING CHECKLIST. Do the LANDING checklist.

Set the FLAP lever as directed. Monitor flaps and slats retraction.

Before taxi speed, disarm the autobrake. Use manual braking as needed.

At the final approach fix or OM, verify the crossing altitude. Monitor the approach.

Verify that climb thrust is set. Verify that the missed approach altitude is captured. Set the landing gear lever to OFF after landing gear retraction is complete. Set the engine start switches as needed. Call AFTER TAKEOFF CHECKLIST. Do the AFTER TAKEOFF checklist.

After Landing Procedure Start the After Landing Procedure when clear of the active runway. Engine cooldown recommendations : run the engines for at least 3 minutes use a thrust setting normally used for taxi operations routine cooldown times less than 3 minutes are not recommended. Pilot Flying
The captain moves or verifies that SPEED BRAKE lever is DOWN. Start the APU, as needed. Set the PROBE HEAT switches to OFF. Set the exterior lights as needed.

IFE/PASS SEAT power switch WING ANTIICE switch ENGINE ANTIICE switches Hydraulic panel ENGINE HYDRAULIC PUMPS switches ELECTRIC HYDRAULIC PUMPS switches RECIRCULATION FAN switches Air conditioning PACK switches ISOLATION VALVE switch Engine BLEED air switches

As needed OFF OFF

SP 2.7 - Unpressurized Takeoff and Landing When making a no engine bleed takeoff or landing : Takeoff PACK Switches AUTO CLOSE OFF

Set ISOLATION VALVE Switch ON Engine Bleed Air Switches OFF After Takeoff As needed AUTO OPEN ON ON As needed Landing
When below 10,000 feet and starting the turn to final approach: If engine failure occurs, do not position engine BLEED air switches ON until reaching 1500 feet or until obstacle clearance height has been attained. At not less than 400 feet, and prior to 2000 feet above field elevation:

Pilot Monitoring

Engine N2 BLEED Air Switch


When CABIN rate of CLIMB indicator stabilizes:

ON ON AUTO

Engine N1 BLEED Air Switch ISOLATION VALVE Switch

Set the ENGINE START switches to OFF. Set the weather radar to OFF. Set the AUTO BRAKE select switch to OFF. Set the flap lever to UP.

APU BLEED air switch Exterior lights switches FLIGHT DIRECTOR switches Transponder mode selector Electronic Flight Bag

OFF STBY Close flight

Engine BLEED Air Switches


Avoid high rates of descent for passenger comfort.

OFF

Set the transponder mode selector as needed. At airports where ground tracking is not available, select STBY. At airports equipped to track airplanes on the ground, select an active transponder setting, but not a

SP 6.1 - Electrical Power Up APU switch Do the SHUTDOWN checklist. As needed The following procedure is accomplished to permit safe application of electrical power. BATTERY Switch Guard Closed STANDBY POWER Switch Secure Procedure ALTERNATE FLAPS Master Switch IRS mode selectors EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHTS switch OFF Windshield WIPER Selector(s) OFF ELECTRIC HYDRAULIC PUMPS Switches WINDOW HEAT switches OFF LANDING GEAR Lever Air conditioning PACK switches EFB POWER switch Do the SECURE checklist. Do the Electrical power down procedure OFF OFF OFF OFF Push
Verify that the green landing gear indicator lights are illuminated. Verify that the red landing gear indicator lights are extinguished.

Guard Closed Guard Closed PARK OFF DN

TCAS mode.

Shutdown Procedure Electrical power If APU power is needed : Verify that the APU GENERATOR OFF BUS light is illuminated. APU GENERATOR bus switches ON
Verify that the SOURCE OFF lights are extinguished.

Set

If external power is needed: GRD POWER Switch


Verify that the SOURCE OFF lights are extinguished. Verify that the TRANSFER BUS OFF lights are extinguished. Verify that the STANDBY PWR OFF light is extinguished.

ON

If external power is needed: Verify that the GRD POWER AVAILABLE light is illuminated. GRD POWER switch ON
Verify that the SOURCE OFF lights are extinguished.

If APU power is needed:


Verify that the engine No. 1, APU and the engine No. 2 fire switches are in. Alert ground personnel before the following test is accomplished.

FASTEN BELTS switch ANTI COLLISION light switch FUEL PUMP switches CAB/UTIL power switch

OVERHEAT DETECTOR switches TEST switch

NORMAL Hold to FAULT/INOP

As needed

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 operate the APU if the APU DET INOP light fails to illuminate.

SP 7.5 - Starting with Ground Air Source Engine No. 1 must be started first. When cleared to start: APU BLEED air switch Engine No. 1 start
Use normal start procedures.

SP 16.1 - Cold Weather Operation Icing conditions exist when OAT (on the ground) or TAT (in-flight) is 10C or below and any of the following exist: visible moisture (clouds, fog with visibility less than one statute mile (1600m), rain, snow, sleet, ice crystals, and so on) is present, or ice, snow, slush or standing water is present on the ramps, taxiways, or runways. CAUTION : Do not use engine or wing antiice when OAT (GRD) or TAT (in-flight) is above 10C. Preflight Procedure - First Officer Do the following step after completing the normal Preflight Procedure - First Officer: PROBE HEAT switches
Verify that all probe heat lights are extinguished.

OFF Accomplish

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.

Master FIRE WARN light

Push

Verify that the master FIRE WARN lights are extinguished. Verify that the fire warning bell cancels. Verify that the engine No. 1, APU and the engine No. 2 fire switches stay illuminated. Verify that the ENG 1 OVERHEAT and ENG 2 OVERHEAT lights stay illuminated.

WARNING : To minimize the hazard to ground personnel, the external air should be disconnected, and engine No. 2 started using the Engine Crossbleed Start procedure.

SP 7.5 - Engine Crossbleed Start Prior to using this procedure, ensure that the area is clear. Engine BLEED air switches APU BLEED air switch PACK switches

ON

EXTINGUISHER TEST switch

Check

TEST Switch Position to 1 and hold Verify that the three green extinguisher test lights are illuminated. TEST Switch Release Verify that the three green extinguisher test lights are extinguished.

ON OFF OFF AUTO

Repeat for test position 2. APU

START ISOLATION VALVE switch


Ensures bleed air supply for engine start.

If extended APU operation is needed on the ground, position an AC operated fuel pump ON. If fuel is loaded in the center tank, position the left center tank fuel pump switch ON to prevent a fuel imbalance before takeoff.

Engine thrust lever(operating engine) Nonoperating engine


Use normal start procedures with crossbleed air.

Advance thrust lever Start

Advance thrust lever until bleed duct pressure indicates 30 PSI.

When the APU GEN OFF BUS light is illuminated:


APU GENERATOR bus switches ON Verify that the SOURCE OFF lights are extinguished. Verify that the TRANSFER BUS OFF lights are extinguished. Verify that the STANDBY PWR OFF light is extinguished. Verify that the APU MAINT light is extinguished. Verify that the APU LOW OIL PRESSURE light is extinguished. Verify that the APU FAULT light is extinguished. Verify that the APU OVERSPEED light is extinguished.

After starter cutout, adjust thrust on both engines, as required.

Engine Start Procedure Do the normal Engine Start Procedure with the following modifications: If the engine has been cold soaked for one or more hours at ambient temperatures below -40C, do not start or motor the engine. Maintenance personnel should do appropriate procedures for adverse weather heating of the Hydro-Mechanical Unit If ambient temperature is below -35C, idle the engine for two minutes before changing thrust lever position Up to three and onehalf minutes may be allowed for oil pressure to reach the minimum operating pressure. During this period, the LOW OIL PRESSURE light may remain illuminated, pressure may go above the normal range and the FILTER BYPASS light may illuminate. Operate the engine at idle thrust until oil pressure returns to the normal range Engine Anti-ice Operation - On the Ground Do not rely on airframe visual icing cues before activating engine anti-ice. Use the temperature and visible moisture criteria because late activation of engine anti-ice may allow excessive ingestion of ice and result in engine damage or failure. ENGINE START switches CONT (F/O) ENGINE ANTI-ICE switches ON (F/O)

SP 12.1 Fuel Balancing If an engine fuel leak is suspected: Accomplish the ENGINE FUEL LEAK checklist. Maintain main tank No. 1 and No. 2 fuel balance within limitations.
Fuel pump pressure should be supplied to the engines at all times. At high altitude, without fuel pump pressure, thrust deterioration or engine flameout may occur.

Wheel well fire warning system Test switch Hold to OVHT/FIRE

Test

Verify fire warning bell sounds, master FIRE WARN lights, MASTER CAUTION lights and OVHT/DET annunciator illuminate.

Fire warning BELL CUTOUT switch

Push

Verify that the master FIRE WARN lights extinguish. Verify that the fire warning bell cancels. Verify that the WHEEL WELL fire warning light is illuminated.

If the center tank contains fuel: Center tank fuel pump switches Crossfeed selector Fuel pump switches (low tank) When quantities are balanced: Fuel pump switches (main tank) Center tank fuel pump switches Crossfeed selector If the center tank contains no fuel: Crossfeed selector Fuel pump switches (low tank) When quantities are balanced: Fuel pump switches Crossfeed selector

OFF Open OFF ON ON Close Open OFF ON Close

Verify that the COWL VALVE OPEN lights illuminate bright, then dim. Verify that the COWL ANTI-ICE lights are extinguished.

SP 6.4 - Electrical Power Down This procedure assumes the Secure procedure is complete. APU switch and/or GRD POWER switch If APU was operating: Delay approximately 2 minutes after the APU GEN OFF BUS light extinguishes before placing the BATTERY switch OFF. BATTERY switch

OFF

Wing Anti-ice Operation - On the Ground Use wing anti-ice during all ground operations between engine start and takeoff when icing conditions exist or are anticipated, unless the airplane is, or will be protected by the application of Type II or Type IV fluid in compliance with an approved ground de-icing program. Do not use wing anti-ice as an alternative for ground de-icing/anti-icing. When wing anti-ice is needed: WING ANTI-ICE switch ON (F/O)
Verify that the L and R VALVE OPEN lights illuminate DIM

OFF

When engine anti-ice is needed: Before Taxi Procedure Parking Brake Reduces the possibility of frozen brakes. Do the normal Before Taxi Procedure with following modifications: ENGINE START switches CONT (PM) Cold weather maintenance procedures for securing the GENERATOR 1 and 2 switches ON (F/O) airplane may be required. ENGINE ANTI-ICE switches ON (PM) Verify that the COWL VALVE OPEN lights illuminate bright, then dim. Flight controls Check ( C )
An increase in control forces can be expected at low temperatures. Verify that the COWL ANTI-ICE lights are extinguished.

Released ( C )

Flaps

Check (F/O)
Move the flaps from Flaps up to Flaps 40 back to Flaps up to ensure freedom of movement.

SP 16.19 Mederate to Heavy Rain, Hail or Sleet Wing Anti-ice Operation - In-Flight Ice accumulation on the flight deck window frames, windshield If taxi route is in icing condition, taxi out with the flaps up. center post, or on the windshield wiper arm may be used as an Flights should be conducted to avoid thunderstorm or hail activity. Taxi at a reduced speed. Use smaller nose wheel steering wheel indication of structural icing conditions and the need to turn on If visible moisture is present at high altitude, avoid flight over the and rudder inputs and apply minimum thrust evenly and smoothly. wing anti-ice.The wing anti-ice system may be used as a de-icer or storm cell. anti-icer in flight only. If moderate to heavy rain, hail or sleet is encountered: De-icing/Anti-icing CAUTION : Use of wing anti-ice above approximately FL350 may ENGINE START switches CONT If de-icing/anti-icing is needed: cause bleed trip off and possible loss of cabin APU As needed (F/O) pressure. Autothrottle Disengage The APU should be shut down unless APU operation is necessary. When wing anti-ice is needed: Call FLAPS UP. ( C ) WING ANTI-ICE switch ON (PM) Thrust Levers Adjust Slowly
Verify that the L and R VALVE OPEN lights illuminate bright, then dim.

Flaps Thrust levers Stabilizer trim Engine BLEED air switches APU BLEED air switch After de-icing/anti-icing is completed: APU

UP (F/O) Idle ( C ) Full APL NOSE DOWN ( C ) OFF (F/O) OFF (F/O) Engine anti-ice must be selected ON and remain on during all ground operations when icing conditions exist or are anticipated. As needed (F/O) Do the normal Procedure with the following modifications: Do not retract the flaps to less than flaps 15 until the flap areas have been checked to be free of contaminants After Landing Procedure Taxi at a reduced speed. Use smaller nose wheel steering wheel and rudder inputs and apply minimum thrust evenly and smoothly.

IAS/MACH

Use a slower speed

Reduces the possibility of injury to personnel at inlet or exhaust areas.

SP 16.20 Severe Turbulence Yaw Damper Autothrottle AUTOPILOT ON Disengage CWS

Shutdown Procedure ENGINE START switches FLT Do the following step before starting the normal Shutdown Procedure: Engine BLEED air switches ON (F/O) Thrust Set Wait approximately one minute after de-icing is completed Set thrust as needed for the phase of flight. Change thrust setting only if Stabilizer trim Set 0 to 2 units ( C ) needed to modify an unacceptable speed trend. Control column Move full forward/full aft ( C ) Climb 280 Kts or .76 Mach Secure Procedure Cruise FMC Setting Do the following step before starting the normal Shutdown Stabilizer trim Set for takeoff ( C ) Descent .76 Mach/ 280 Kts/ 250 Kts APU Start (F/O) If an approach must be made into an area of severe turbulence, Before Takeoff Procedure Do the normal Procedure with the following modifications: delay flap extension as long as possible. APU GENERATOR bus switches ON (F/O) Call FLAPS ___ as needed for takeoff. PF PACK switches AUTO (F/O) Flap lever Set takeoff flaps, as needed (PM) ISOLATION VALVE switch OPEN (F/O) Takeoff Procedure Do the normal Procedure with the following modifications: Pressurization mode selector MAN (F/O)
When engine anti-ice is required and the OAT is 3C or below, the takeoff must be preceded by a static engine run-up to a minimum of 70% N1 for approximately 30 seconds and confirm stable engine operate

Outflow valve switch


Prevents aircraft pressurization.

OPEN (F/O)

Engine Anti-Ice Operation - In-flight Engine antiice must be ON during all flight operations when icing conditions exist or are anticipated, except during climb and cruise when the temperature is below -40C SAT. Engine antiice must be ON before, and during descent in all icing conditions, including temperatures below -40C SAT. When operating in areas of possible icing, activate engine antiice before entering icing conditions.

APU BLEED air switch ON (F/O) If the airplane will not be attended, or if staying overnight,the flight crew must arrange for or verify that the following steps are done: Pressurization mode selector MAN (F/O) Outflow valve Wheel chocks CLOSE (F/O) Verify in Place (C or F/O)

Position the outflow valve fully closed to inhibit the intake of snow or ice.

Guards closed Guards closed

Check

NORMAL Hold to FAULT/INOP

Hold to OVHT/FIRE

Position to 1 and hold

NORM Guard closed Set AUTO or ON AUTO or ON

Set Set

Hold to 1
Illuminated steady amber Illuminated steady amber Illuminated steady amber

Hold to 2
Illuminated steady red Illuminated steady red Illuminated steady amber

Check Correct

Correct

Check Guard closed Guard closed Guard closed Set

RTO Verify extinguished Set

Check

OFF GRD

Normal indications Normal indications Normal indications Normal indications Normal indications

ON ON As Needed