‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL

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‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHT‘757 Captain’ SimFLIGHT MANUALPART III – Normal ProceduresCaptain Sim is not affiliated with any entity mentioned or pictured in this document.All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com1

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHTABOUT THIS MANUALVERSION: 11 OCTOBER, 2011WARNING: THIS MANUAL IS DESIGNED FOR MICROSOFT FS9 & FSX USE ONLY. DO NOT USE FOR FLIGHT.The ‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL is organized into five Parts:Each Part is provided as a separate Acrobat PDF document:Click START Programs Captain Sim 757 Captain Part I – User’s Manualo The User’s Manual describes the ‘757 Captain’ Sim product as a software title. Part II – Aircraft Systems Part III – Normal Procedures - this document Part IV – Flight Characteristics and Performance Data Part V - Flight Management System.Adobe Acrobat Reader RequiredFOR GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE ‘757 CAPTAIN’ PRODUCT PLEASE USE WWW.CAPTAINSIM.COM .THIS MANUAL PROVIDES ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ONLY, WHICH IS NOT AVAILABLE ON THE WEB SITE. 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com2

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHTCONTENTSPage4OPERATING LIMITATIONS444445555566GENERALAIRPLANE GENERALOPERATIONAL LIMITATIONSNON-AFM OPERATIONAL INFORMATIONAIRPLANE WEIGHT RESTRICTIONSAIR CONDITIONINGAUTO FLIGHTENGINEENGINE FUEL SYSTEMREVERSE THRUSTFLIGHT CONTROLSNAVIGATION7NORMAL PROCEDURES7INTRODUCTION77789GENERALCONTROLS AND INDICATORS - NOMENCLATURENORMAL PROCEDURESPREFLIGHT AND POSTFLIGHT AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY AND PANEL FLOWPILOT FLYING AND PILOT NOT FLYING AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY10AMPLIFIED RIOR INSPECTIONPREFLIGHT PROCEDURE - FIRST OFFICERPREFLIGHT PROCEDURE - CAPTAINBEFORE START PROCEDUREENGINE START PROCEDUREAFTER START PROCEDUREBEFORE TAKEOFF PROCEDURETAKEOFF PROCEDURECLIMB PROCEDURECRUISE PROCEDUREDESCENT PROCEDUREAPPROACH PROCEDURELANDING PROCEDUREGO-AROUND PROCEDURELANDING ROLL PROCEDUREAFTER LANDING PROCEDURESHUTDOWN PROCEDURESECURE PROCEDURE28757 CHECKLISTS28NORMAL PROCEDURES29FLIGHT PATTERNS303132333435TAKEOFFILS APPROACHINSTRUMENT APPROACH USING VNAVINSTRUMENT APPROACH USING V/SCIRCLINGVISUAL TRAFFIC PATTERN36CUSTOMER CARE 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com3

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHT4OPERATING LIMITATIONSGENERALThis chapter contains Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) limitations and Boeing recommended operating limitations.Limitations that are obvious, shown on displays or placards, or incorporated within an operating procedure arenot contained in this chapter.AIRPLANE GENERALOPERATIONAL LIMITATIONSRunway slope 2%Maximum Operating Altitude42,000 feet pressure altitudeMaximum Takeoff and Landing Altitude8,400 feet pressure altitudeMaximum Takeoff and Landing TailwindComponent10 knotsNON-AFM OPERATIONAL INFORMATIONNoteThe following items are not AFM limitations, but are provided for flight crew information.Turbulent air penetration speed is: 290 KIAS/.78 Mach.The navigation and display system does not support operations at latitudes greater than 87 North or South.AIRPLANE WEIGHT RESTRICTIONSMAXIMUM WEIGHT LIMITATIONSWeightsPoundsMaximum Taxi Weight (MTW)221,000Maximum Take Off Weight (MTOW)220,000Maximum Landing Weight (MLW)198,000Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW)184,000OTHER WEIGHT RESTRICTIONSNoteThese weights may be further restricted by field length limits, climb limits, tire speedlimits, brake energy limits, obstacle clearance, or enroute and landing requirements. 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHT5AIR CONDITIONINGWhen the airplane is electrically powered for more than 20 minutes on the ground, equipment cooling must beprovided as shown below.Temp. (OAT)COOLING REQUIRED34 С to 40 С (94 Fto 105 F)One forward and one aft entry door on opposite sides open, or at least one A/C pack orequivalent ground cooling operating.41 С to 49 С (106 F At least one A/C pack or equivalent ground cooling operating.to 120 F)More than 49 С (120 Two A/C packs or equivalent ground cooling operating.F)AUTO FLIGHTAfter takeoff, the autopilot must not be engaged below 200 feet AGL.Use of aileron trim with the autopilot engaged is prohibited.Maximum allowable wind speeds when landing weather minima are predicated on autoland operations:Headwind25 knotsCrosswind25 knotsTailwind10 knotsENGINEContinuous ignition must be on (engine start selector in the CONT position) while operating in severeturbulence.NoteContinuous ignition is automatically provided in icing conditions when engine anti-ice is on.Flight crew shall not blank engine vibration display during takeoff.ENGINE FUEL SYSTEMThe maximum fuel temperature is 49 С (120 F).The minimum fuel temperature is minus 45 С (minus 49 F) or 3 С (5 F) above the freeze point, whichever ishigher.The center tank may contain up to 2000 pounds of fuel with less than full main tanks provided center tank fuelweight plus actual zero fuel weight does not exceed the maximum zero fuel weight, and center of gravity limitsare observed.REVERSE THRUSTReverse thrust is for ground use only.Backing the airplane with use of reverse thrust is prohibited. 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHT6FLIGHT CONTROLSThe maximum altitude for flap extension is 20,000 ft.NAVIGATIONDo not operate under IFR or at night into airports north of 73 North or south of 60 South latitude whosenavigation aids are referenced to magnetic north. 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHT7NORMAL PROCEDURESINTRODUCTIONGENERALThis chapter contains Normal Procedures. It incorporates routine normal procedures and associated flightpatterns.CONTROLS AND INDICATORS – NOMENCLATUREControls and indications appear in all UPPERCASE type to correspond to the words on the control panel ordisplay. For example, the following item has UPPERCASE words to match what is found on the panel:APU GENERATOR switch.ONThe word GENERATOR is spelled out, even though it is abbreviated on the panel.The following appears in all lower case because there are no words identifying the panel name:Mode control panel.SetNORMAL PROCEDURESNormal procedures are used by the trained flight crew to ensure airplane condition is acceptable and that theflight deck is correctly configured for each phase of flight. These procedures assume all systems are operatingnormally and automated features are fully utilized.Flight crew duties are organized in accordance with an area of responsibility concept. Each crewmember isassigned a flight deck area where the crewmember initiates actions for required procedures. The panelillustrations in this section describe each crewmember's area of responsibility for pre/post flight and phase—of—flight.Pre/post flight duties are apportioned between the captain and first officer, while phase-of-flight duties areapportioned between the pilot flying (PF) and pilot not flying (PNF). A normal panel flow is encouraged;however, certain items may be handled in the most logical sequence for existing conditions. Actions outside thecrewmember's area of responsibility are initiated at the direction of the captain. General phase-of-flightresponsibilities are as follows:Pilot flying:flight path and airspeed controlairplane configurationnavigation.Pilot not-flying:checklist readingcommunicationstasks requested by PFfuel shutoff and fire switches (with PF concurrence).Phase-of-flight duties, beginning with the takeoff procedure and ending with the landing roll procedure, arepresented in table form in the appropriate procedures section.The first officer, when flying the airplane, performs the duties listed under pilot flying and the captain performsthose duties listed under pilot not flying.The captain retains final authority for all actions directed and performed. 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHTPREFLIGHT AND POSTFLIGHT AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY AND PANEL FLOWAudio Control Panel (ACP) and Trim Location May VaryCaptainFirst OfficerLEGEND: Shaded area defines Captain's area of responsibility. Unshaded area is First Officer's responsibility. 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com8

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHTPILOT FLYING AND PILOT NOT FLYING AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITYWeather Radar (WX) Audio Control Panel (ACP) and Trim Location May VaryPF area of ResponsibilityPNF area of ResponsibilityUnshaded areas are the responsibility of the pilot seated on the respective side. Procedures Amplified 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com9

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHT10AMPLIFIED PROCEDURESEXTERIOR INSPECTIONPrior to each flight, a flight crew member or the maintenance crew must verify the airplane is acceptable forflight. Check:Flight control surfaces unobstructed and all surfaces clear of ice, snow, or frost.Each trailing edge flap is symmetrically retracted.Door and access panels (not in use) properly secured.Ports and vents unobstructed.Airplane free of damage and fluid leakage.Wheel chocks in place and nose gear steering lever in normal position.Tire condition.Gear struts not fully compressed.PREFLIGHT PROCEDURE - FIRST OFFICERThis procedure assumes the supplementary power up procedure has been accomplished and electrical power isestablished.The following procedures are accomplished in their entirety on each originating trip or crew change, or followingmaintenance action.Normally this procedure is accomplished by the first officer. However, it does not preclude the captain fromcompleting the procedure if time and conditions dictate.IRS mode selectors OFF, then NAVVerify ALIGN lights illuminated.For all flights, a full alignment is recommended.YAW DAMPER switches .ONHYDRAULIC panel SetLEFT and RIGHT ENGINE pump switches – ONLeft and right engine pump PRESS lights remain illuminated until the respective engine is started.ELECTRIC pump switches – OFFBATTERY/STANDBY CONTROL panel .SetBATTERY switch – ONVerify DISCH light extinguished.STANDBY POWER selector – AUTOVerify standby power bus OFF light extinguished.ELECTRICAL panel .SetBUS TIE switches – AUTOVerify AC BUS OFF and utility bus OFF lights extinguished.APU GENERATOR switch – ONGENERATOR CONTROL switches – ONOFF and DRIVE lights remain illuminated until respective engine is started.APU selector START, then ON 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHTPosition the APU selector back to the ON position.Lighting panel.SetGLARESHIELD panel light controls - As desiredAISLE STAND panel light controls - As desiredLIGHT OVERRIDE switch - As desiredRUNWAY TURNOFF light switches — OFFEMERGENCY LIGHTS switch ARMEDVerify UNARMED light extinguishedPASSENGER OXYGEN ON light .ExtinguishedRAM AIR TURBINE UNLKD light ExtinguishedWARNINGSwitch activation may cause deployment of the ram air turbine.ENGINE CONTROL panel.SetEngine ignition selector - 1 or 2Engine start selectors – AUTOFUEL panel.SetCROSSFEED switches - OFFVerify VALVE lights extinguished.FUEL PUMP switches - OFFLeft and right pump PRESS lights are illuminated.Left forward pump PRESS light is extinguished if the APU is running.Both center pump PRESS lights are extinguished.ANTI-ICE panel SetWING anti-ice switch – OFFENGINE anti-ice switches – OFFWIPER selector OFFLighting panel SetPOSITION light switch - As requiredRED and WHITE ANTI-COLLISION light switches - OFFWING light switch - OFFLANDING light switches - OFFWINDOW HEAT switches ONVerify INOP lights extinguished.PASSENGER SIGNS panel.Set 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com11

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHTNO SMOKING selector - AUTO or ONSEATBELTS selector - AUTO or ONNO SMOKING selector - AUTO or ONSEATBELTS selector - AUTO or ONCABIN ALTITUDE CONTROL panel.SetAUTO RATE control – IndexLANDING ALTITUDE selector - Destination airport elevationMODE SELECTOR - AUTO 1 or AUTO 2Alternate EQUIPMENT COOLING switch OFFLighting panel SetCIRCUIT BREAKER panel light control - As desiredOVERHEAD PANEL light control - As desiredDOME LIGHT control - As desiredLOGO light switch - As desiredFLIGHT DECK DOOR switch - As desiredINDICATOR LIGHT selector - As desiredBLEED AIR panel .SetENGINE bleed air switches - ONVerify OFF lights illuminated.APU bleed air switch - ONVerify VALVE light extinguished.ISOLATION switch — ONVerify VALVE light extinguished.Air conditioning panel.SetPACK CONTROL selectors - AUTOVerify PACK OFF lights extinguished.TRIM AIR switch - ONRECIRCULATION FAN switches - ONVerify INOP lights extinguished.FLIGHT DECK and CABIN temperature controls - AUTOSet as desired.Verify INOP lights extinguished.Right VOR/DME switch AUTORight FLIGHT DIRECTOR switch ON 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com12

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHTEICAS display CheckSecondary ENGINE DISPLAY switch – PushIndications - Normal. Verify:oprimary and secondary engine indications display existing conditionsono exceedance values are displayedoil quantity adequate for flight.oCOMPUTER selector — AUTOTHRUST REFERENCE SET selector - BOTH and INVerify TO mode annunciated.CDU.SetIf MENU page displayed:FMC line select key – PushIf IDENT page not displayed:INITREF key - PushINDEX line select key - PushIDENT line select key - PushIDENT page - CheckVerify active date current.POS INIT line select key - PushVerify time correct.Inertial position - EnterEnter inertial position using the most accurate latitude and longitude.ROUTE line select key – PushSelect company route or load route manually.ACTIVATE line select key - PushEXEC key - PushDEPARR key - PushSelect runway and SID.ROUTE line select key – PushVerify SID and route are correct.EXEC key- PushLeft VHF communications panel.SetSet panel - As desiredEngine fire panel.Set 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com13

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHTENG BTL 1 DISCH and ENG BTL 2 DISCH lights - ExtinguishedEngine fire switches - InVerify LEFT and RIGHT fire warning lights extinguished.Transponder panel.SetILS panel.SetSet panel - As desiredCARGO FIRE panel.SetCARGO FIRE ARM switches – OffVerify FWD and AFT fire warning lights extinguished.CARGO FIRE BTL DISCH lights - ExtinguishedAPU fire panel.SetAPU BTL DISCH light – ExtinguishedAPU fire switch – InVerify APU fire warning light extinguished.Window 2 right.LockedVerify the lock lever is in the locked (forward) position.Right flight instruments.SetNoteIRS alignment must be complete before AUTOLAND STATUS, VSI, ADI, HSI, and RDMI checks.ALTIMETER – CorrectSet the local altimeter setting.Verify instrument indications are correct.Verify no flag displayed.VERTICAL SPEED INDICATOR - CorrectVerify instrument indications are correct.Verify no flag displayed.Clock - CorrectADI - CorrectFlight mode annunciations - Verify:-.AUTOTHROTTLE mode is blank-.ROLL mode is TO-.PITCH mode is TO-.AFDS status is F/D.Flight instrument indications are correct.Verify no flags displayed.HSI - Correct 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com14

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHTVerify magnetic track correct.Verify present heading correct.Verify map mode displayed.Verify no flags displayed.Route - Displayed, correctAirspeed indicator – CorrectVerify instrument indications are correct.Verify no flag displayed.RDMI-CorrectVOR/ADF switches - As desired.Verify instrument indications are correct.Verify no inappropriate flag displayed.AUTOLAND STATUS annunciator.CheckVerify blank indications.HEADING REFERENCE switch.NORM or TRUEFLAP position indication and FLAP lever.AgreeALTERNATE FLAPS .SetALTERNATE FLAPS selector - NORMALTERNATE FLAPS switches – OFFLanding gear panel.SetLanding gear lever - DNALTERNATE GEAR EXTEND switch - OFF (guarded position)Right seat.AdjustPosition seat for optimum eye reference.WARNINGDo not place objects between the seat and the aisle stand. Injury can occur when theseat is adjusted forward.Rudder Pedals.AdjustAdjust to permit full rudder pedal and brake application.Right seat belt and shoulder harness.AdjustAccomplish PREFLIGHT checklist on captain's command. 2011 Captain Sim www.captainsim.com15

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal ProceduresDO NOT USE FOR FLIGHT16PREFLIGHT PROCEDURE – CAPTAINNormally, this procedure is accomplished by the captain. However, it does not preclude the first officer fromcompleting the procedure if time and conditions dictate.Mode control panel.SetLeft FLIGHT DIRECTOR switch – ONBANK LIMIT selector - As desiredAutopilot DISENGAGE bar – UPLeft CDU.SetIf MENU page displayed:FMC line select key - PushIf IDENT page not displayed:INITREF key - PushINDEX line select key - PushIDENT line select key - PushIDENT page - CheckVerify active date current.POS INIT line select key - PushVerify present position and time correct.ROUTE line select key - PushVerify route correct.Left EFIS control panel.SetDecision height selector - As desiredHSI RANGE selector - As desiredHSI TRAFFIC switch - As desiredHSI mode selector – MAPMAP switches - As desiredSPEEDBRAKE lever.DOWNALTERNATE STABIL

‘757 Captain’ Sim FLIGHT MANUAL Part III – Normal Procedures DO NOT USE FOR FLIGHT AMPLIFIED PROCEDURES EXTERIOR INSPECTION Prior to each flight, a flight crew member or the maintenance crew must verify the airplane is acceptable for flight. Check: - Flight control surfaces unobstructed and all surfaces clear of ice, snow, or frost.

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