Sim Prep (SWA)

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Sim Prep (SWA)
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Sim Prep for the SWA B737 training program.
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  1. 1.)  Additional items:
    • Replace any missing items when transiting a Maintenance base, as
    • applicable.
    • ● Spare aircraft logbook pages
    • ● Headsets (2)—located in the seat back pockets (must be entered in the
    • aircraft logbook as a defect if either headset is missing or inoperative);
    • the plastic pouches contain the following:
    • – Plantronics MS-50 headset
    • – Earbuds
    • ● Current QRH—First Officer’s side (only one is required for flight)
    • ● Current Quick Reference Card (only one is required for flight)
    • ● Normal Checklist (not required for flight)
    • ● Deice/Anti-Ice Procedures Card (2) (not required for flight)
    • ● Winter Operations Reference Card (2) (not required for flight)
    • ● Reference Card—First Officer’s side (not required for flight)
    • Note: Refer to 20 Flight Deck Cards for copies of the flight deck checklists.
    • Pilots are authorized to use these copies in the event that they are
    • not on the aircraft.
    • ● OPC
    • ● Flight Deck Jumpseat Briefing Card (not required for flight)
    • ● EFB Suction Cup Mounts (2) (if missing, refer to 5.1.7 EFB Mount
    • Broken or Missing)

    (AOM, 6-13)
  2. 2.) 'All approaches' items?
    • 'AO, B4, RC'
    • - ATIS
    • - OPC
    • - Box, Bugs, Brakes, Brief
    • - Re-cruise
    • - Checklist
  3. 3.) When should you set the MCP to zero for ILS Approaches:
    Only after :

    • • Cleared for the approach
    • • On a published segment of the approach
    • • VOR/LOC captured
    • • GS captured


    (AOM B737, 11-3)
  4. 4. ) When should you set the MCP to zero for  Non-precision approaches with vertical guidance:
    Only after:

    • • Cleared for the approach
    • • On a published segment of the approach
    • • LNAV is engaged
    • • Prior to GP intercept
    • • VNAV is engaged; VNAV PATH is verified

    (AOM B737, 11-3)
  5. 5.) When should you set the MCP to zero for Non-precision approaches without vertical guidance:
    Only after:

    • • Cleared for the approach
    • • On a published segment of the approach
    • • At the FAF altitude, if there are no restrictions inside of the FAF
    • • After compliance with stepdown restrictions inside of the FAF  is ensured

     

    (AOM B737, 11-3)
  6. 6.) Question removed?
    -
  7. 7.) Question removed?
    -
  8. 8.) Pilot Flying Briefing?
    • (PF) Complete the following briefing:
    • ● Clearance—Review the assigned ATC clearance and resolve any
    • discrepancies.
    • ● MCP and VHF NAV radio.
    • – Verify MCP and NAV radios are set for the departure.
    • – For runways with an engine-out turn procedure, ensure the
    • appropriate VOR/ILS frequency and course are set (HGS-required
    • takeoffs: N/A).
    • ● FMC route—
    • – Brief the planned runway, assigned departure, transition, and initial
    • en route waypoint by referencing the resources available to the
    • Flight Deck Crew (e.g., Jeppesen charts, SIPs).
    • – To verify proper programming, the Pilot Flying reads the waypoint
    • sequence and restrictions from the FMC, while the Pilot Monitoring
    • crosschecks the appropriate chart.
    • – When an ATC clearance does not contain an en route portion
    • (e.g., SID to a STAR), brief the assigned arrival and transition from
    • the FMC by reviewing each waypoint on the LEGS page before
    • departure.
    • – For non-charted departures, review the initial heading or course,
    • applicable restrictions to altitudes and turns, NAV setup, and DME
    • restrictions.
    • – Manage discontinuities. Refer to B737 AOM 4.9.1 Managing
    • Discontinuities.
    • ● Automation and navigation—Whenever there are multiple options,
    • brief planned engagement of LNAV, VNAV, or other navigation modes.
    • If the plan is not clearly covered by FOM normal procedures, the Pilot
    • Monitoring should be made aware of how the Pilot Flying intends to
    • fly the aircraft.
    • ● Required minimum climb gradient—If applicable, brief the required
    • minimum climb gradient listed on the Jeppesen -9A or departure
    • procedure for the planned runway and/or assigned departure.

    • ● Engine-out turn procedures—
    • – OPC engine-out turn procedures take precedence over the
    • Jeppesen 10-7 series page.
    • – For an engine failure after V1, discuss the planned airport or runway
    • for the return. Refer to 5.3.4 Engine-Out Turn Procedures for more
    • information.
    • ● HGS takeoff—
    • – Discuss whether HGS takeoff is required (i.e., RVR below 500).
    • – Review HGS takeoff set-up requirements. Refer to B737 AOM 9.2.7
    • HGS Takeoff and Departure for procedures and specific information.
    • ● Transition altitude (if other than 18,000 ft).
    • Note: The Captain may wish to amend or revise some of these briefing
    • items before takeoff.

    (FOM 3.4.3)
  9. 9.) What are the recommended flap setting speeds on a normal approach?
    • Use the following flap extension speeds whenever possible:
    • • Decelerating through flaps Up maneuvering speed (UP), select flaps 5.
    • • Decelerating through flaps 5 maneuvering speed (5), select flaps 15.
    • • Decelerating through flaps 15 maneuvering speed (15), select flaps 25, or final landing flaps.

    • Flap Position   Flap Maneuver Speeds
    •                             (CL)             [NG]
    • 0/UP                    210          Vref40 + 70
    • 1 or 2                  190           Vref 40 + 50
    • 5                          170          Vref 40 + 30
    • 10                       160           Vref 40 + 30
    • 15                       150/Vref   Vref 40 + 20
    • 25                       140            Vref 40 + 10

    (AOM, 11-6)
  10. 10.) What is the Flap Retraction Schedule for the (CL) or [NG] W/O Man. Speeds?
    TO Flaps   At Speed (display)    Select Flaps

    • 25                V2 + 15                       15
    •                      150                              5
    •                      170                              1
    •                      190                              UP
    • ----------------------------------------------------
    • 15 or 10        V2+15                         5
    •                       170                             1
    •                       190                             UP
    • ----------------------------------------------------
    • 5                    V2+15                         1
    •                        190                           UP
    • ----------------------------------------------------
    • 1                     190                           UP
    • ----------------------------------------------------
    • Limit bank angle to 15° until reaching V2+15.

    • NOTE: Normally, the initial flap retraction will be made at V2 + 20. V2 + 15 is the minimum speed required before the first flap retraction, except for a flaps 1 takeoff.
    • NOTE: For a flaps 1 takeoff, begin flap retraction when reaching flaps 1 maneuvering speed.
    • - NOTE: Above 117,000lb aircraft weight, add 10kt to all speeds except V1, V2, & VR.
    • - (PF) Maintain flaps up maneuvering speed until 3,000 ft AAE unless assigned a higher speed by ATC
    • - (CA) Retract the retractable ( outboard) landing lights when flaps are up.

    (AOM, 9-10)
  11. 11.) At minimum cleanup altitude, what speed should the PM set in the speed window?
    Flaps up maneuvering speed.

    • - It is displayed as “UP” [NG] or
    • - 210 kt (CL), {or 220 kt when gross weight is greater than 117,000 lb}.

    (AOM, 9-8)
  12. 12.) Before Pushback Flow?
    “TAPP”

    • 1 – Push back Time, NOTE.
    • 2 – Anti-collision light – ON
    • 3 – Packs  -  OFF
    • 4 – ISOL switch  -  AUTO
    • 5 – Recirc   -  AUTO
    • 6 – Gasper (if installed)  - ON
    • 7 – Start Pressure   -   ADEQUATE

    (AOM, 7-3)
  13. 13.) Engine Start Sequence?
    • 1 – “Start #____”  ---  “oil pressure”
    • 2 – “Light Off”  ---  “Roll Back”
    • 3 – Start switch  -  CONT
    • 4 – “Isolate, Ventilate”   -   PACKs / BLEEDs
    • 5 – IGN Switch (After Both)    -    LEFT
    • 6 – START #____ or Single Engine taxi.

    (AOM, 7-9)
  14. 14.) AFTER start Flow?
    • 1 – ELEC PNL  -  Gens On ENG
    • 2 – APU   -   As required
    • 3 – Probe/Pitot Heat  -  ON
    • 4 – Eng & Wing A-ICE   -   As REQ
    • 5 – HYD PNL  -  A Sys ON
    • 6 – A/C & Press   -   SET
    • 7 – (CL) Flight/Ground   -  FLIGHT
    • 8 – Wheel Well Light  -   OFF
    • 9 – Oil Qty  -  Check
    • 10 – Transponder  -  TA/RA
    • 11 – Start Levers  -  Verify IDLE
    • 12 – FLAP Lever  -  “Standing by Flaps”

    (AOM, 7-14)
  15. 15.) DESCENT FLOW (Approaching FL180) (FO)?
    "PLASH"

    • 1 – PACKS    - - - - - -  - - - - - -    AUTO
    • 2 – Lts. WING/LOGO(night)  - -  ON
    • 3 – ALTIMETER    - - - - - - - - - -  SET
    • 4 – SHOULDER HARNESS  - - FASTEN

    (AOM, 10-26)
  16. 16.) After LANDING FLOW?
    "3,4,5" FLOW, (3 low, 4 mid, 5 high)

    • 1 – FLAPS   - - - - - - - - - - -   UP
    • 2 – RADAR  - - - - - - - - - - -  TEST/OFF
    • 3 – AUTOBRAKE Switch - OFF
    • 4 – APU   - - - - - - - - - - - - -   START
    • 5 – ENG START Sw.  - - - -  OFF
    • 6 – LIGHTS   - - - - - - - - - - -  AS REQ
    • 7 – (CL)  FLT/GRD SW  - - - GND
    • 8 – ANTI-ICE  - - - - - - - - - -  SET
    • 9 – PROBE HEAT   - - - - -   OFF
    • 10 – WINDOW HEAT  - - - - OFF
    • 11 – APU GENS   - - - - - - -  ON
    • 12 – OPERATIONS   - - - -   CALL

    (AOM, 13-1)
  17. 17.) Parking FLOW?
    - Transponder   - -  STBY (Aprchng gate)

    (AOM, 13-2)
  18. 18.) Engine Shut Down Flow?
    ‘HEATT’

    • Hydraulic Pump ELEC Switches  - - - - - OFF
    • Environmental Controls - - - - - - - - - - - -  As Required
    • Anti-Collision Light Switch - - - - - - - - - - OFF
    • Transponder - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Select All Zeros
    • - TIME   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -   Note

    (AOM, 13-6)
  19. 19.) Go Around/ Missed Approach Calls?
    • - Initially:
    •    - Press TOGA, & Advance Thrust Levers
    •    - “Go Around, Flaps 15” or (“Flaps 1” if Single eng.)
    •    - “Landing gear UP, Set missed approach altitude”
    •    - Rotate smoothly toward 15° (13° Sing. Eng.) pitch attitude, then follow FD commands.

    • - At 400’:
    •    - “HDG SEL or LNAV”

    • - At MCA (usually 1000’):
    •    - raise flaps on speed
    •    - (If Sing. Eng. say Set Speed" (Up or 210)

    • - Out of TOGA:
    •    - “Set Speed”
    • - (If Sing. Eng.; at Up speed or 210 (CL))
    •    - Call “Level Change, set CON” (Continuous Thrust)
    • - Engage Autopilot

    (AOM, 11-64, QRH -700, P-13)
  20. 20.) Engine Failure on TO, (V1 cut)?
    • - Initially:
    •    - Accelerate to V2, rotate, & when + rate,
    •    - “Landing gear UP” Climb at V2 to V2+20, follow FD commands.

    • - At 400’:
    •    - “HDG SEL or LNAV”

    • - At MCA (usually 1000’):
    •    - “Set Speed”
    •    - raise flaps on speed

    • - At Up speed or 210 (CL):
    •    - Call “Level Change, set CON” (Continuous Thrust)
    • - Memory Items if appropriate, then QRH

    (QRH -700, P-12)

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