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Profiles
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  1. T/O
    Advance thrust levers to -
    Push __ switch (Capt only)
    80 knots -
    V1 -
    Vr-
    Initial pitch attitude-
    Positive Rate -
    At 400 radio altimeter -
    At thrust reduction height -
    After flap retraction -
    • 1.1 EPR
    • EPR switch
    • "80 knots", "check"
    • V1
    • "Rotate"
    • 15 degrees
    • "gear up"
    • select roll mode
    • select VNAV
    • "after takeoff checklist"
  2. V1 CUT:
    Rotate to ___ANU
    At Positive Rate -
    At acceleration altitude -
    At CMS -
    • 12.5 ANU
    • "gear up, heading select runway heading"
    • "set speed Vref30 + 80, V/S set 200fpm"; flaps up on schedule
    • "FLCH, Vref30 + 80, max con thrust";"A/P on" (optional)
  3. ILS Approach
    Flaps on downwind -
    Flaps on base -
    At G/S alive -
    G/S capture -
    • "flaps 1"
    • "flaps 5"
    • "gear down, flaps 20", arm speedbrake
    • "flaps 30", set missed approach altitude
  4. VNAV approach
    Verify the the ___ is shown on the final approach segment of the LEGS page.
    Verify that ____ is engaged or that the _____ is captured.
    Approx 2 miles before FAF and after ALT HOLD or VNAV PATH is annunicated (3) -
    Approach glide path -
    Glide path intercept -
    When at least 300 feet below MAP altitude -
    500 ft AFE -
    100 ft above MDA(H) -
    • VNAV glide path angle
    • LNAV, localizer
    • set DA(H) or MDA(H); select or verify VNAV; select or verify speed intervention.
    • "gear down, flaps 20", arm speedbrake
    • "flaps 30"
    • set MAP
    • "500 feet"
    • "approaching minimums"
  5. Approach using V/S
    Approx 2 NM before FAF and after ALT HOLD (4)-
    Prior to FAF -
    At 0.2NM from FAF, select -
    500 ft AFE-
    100 ft above MDA(H)-
    At MDA(H) capture -
    • open V/S window; set MDA, select speed intervention; "gear down, flaps 20", arm speedbrake
    • "flaps 30"
    • V/S down 1000fpm, "landing checklist"
    • "500 feet"
    • "approaching minimums"
    • set missed approach altitude
  6. GO-AROUND:
    at the same time (2) -
    verify (2) -
    verify positive rate -
    At 400 ft radio altimeter -
    At acceleration altitude (2)-
    Retract flaps -
    After flaps retraction (3) -
    • push the GA switch; "flaps 20"
    • rotation to go-around attitude (initally 15, 12.5s/e); thrust increase
    • "gear up"
    • select roll mode
    • set speed to the planned maneuver speed (Vref+80 s/e); V/S 200fpm s/e
    • on schedule
    • FLCH or VNAV; "climb thrust"; "after T/O checklist"
  7. STALL RECOVERY:
    At first indication of stall (3) -
    As engine accelerates -
    • smoothly apply max power; smoothly decrease pitch attitude to approximately 5 ANU; level wings.
    • counteract the nose up pitch tendency with positive forward control column pressure and nose down trim.
  8. STEEP TURNS:
    As bank angle is increased into the turn an increase in ____ and ____ is required -
    Trimming during this maneuver is -
    What is required to detect deviations early enough to be corrected by small adjustments?
    Airspeed changes very slowly because of small changes in thrust and drag. Therefore -
    • pitch and thrust
    • not recommended
    • rapid instrument scan
    • Anticipate thrust changes and apply them atthe first indication of change.
  9. RAPID DESCENT -
    7 items (note:A/P on is recommended)
    • Initiate tuen if required
    • Select lower altitude on MCP
    • Select FLCH
    • Select speed Mmo / Vmo
    • Close thrust levers
    • Extend speedbrakes
    • Notify ATC
  10. GROUND PROX WARNING (5):
    • disengage A/P
    • disengage A/T
    • aggressively apply MAX thrust
    • simultaneously roll wings level and rotate to an intial pitch attitude of 20ANU.
    • retract speedbrakes

    note:if terrain remains a threat, rotate to stick shacker. Do not change configuration.
  11. WINDSHEAR - MANUAL FLIGHT (7):
    • disconnect A/P
    • push either G/A switch
    • aggressively apply max thrust
    • disconnect A/T
    • simultaneously roll wings level and rotate toward an intial pitch attitude of 15ANU
    • retract speedbrakes
    • follow flight director GA gusidance (if available),

    Note:do not change configuration
  12. WINDSHEAR - AUTOMATIC FLIGHT (5):
    • press either G/A switch
    • verify GA mode annunciations
    • verify thrust advances to GA power
    • retract speedbrakes
    • monitor system performance

    NOTE:do not change configuration

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