737-700 CHECKLIST PDF

In Boeing took a big step and redesigned the entire Normal Procedures for all their Seattle models. This has created a major upheaval for airlines, training departments and pilots, but the belief is that it will be worth the effort. The following page describes the changes as applicable to the and the reasons behind them. Chris Brady. Acting in response to enquiries from airlines why operating procedures were different from type to type and also in response to initiatives from regulatory authorities from around the world. The intent of the initiatives was to improve safety, especially by reducing runway incursions during ground operations.

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In Boeing took a big step and redesigned the entire Normal Procedures for all their Seattle models. This has created a major upheaval for airlines, training departments and pilots, but the belief is that it will be worth the effort. The following page describes the changes as applicable to the and the reasons behind them.

Chris Brady. Acting in response to enquiries from airlines why operating procedures were different from type to type and also in response to initiatives from regulatory authorities from around the world. The intent of the initiatives was to improve safety, especially by reducing runway incursions during ground operations.

The changes are to improve safety, efficiency and economy. Incorporate lessons learned, standardising across models and taking the best practices from each. This leads to a more even distribution of pilot workload, streamlined checklists and more flexible procedures to allow for the increased complexity of today's operational environment. The old exterior inspection checklist was organised system by system.

Now it gives a detailed inspection route allowing items to be checked in order of their location. It also allows for items at each location to be checked in any sequence at the pilots discretion. The areas of responsibility have been redistributed and the scan flows have been changed accordingly.

Once the aircraft is taxying or flying the Pilot Flying PF is now responsible for those the areas that relate to the control and navigation of the aircraft.

The Pilot Monitoring PM is responsible for all the rest. Both pilots share the responsibility for engine thrust and monitoring and the fire panel. The checklists have been given a "tighter focus" by eliminating several items. Note that these items still have to be done, but to simplify the checklists only the critical items have been retained, primarily those related to safety. A new Pre-Flight checklist has been created that includes many of the items from the old Before Start checklist.

The After Start checklist has been eliminated with many of its items moving to the new Before Taxi checklist. Many of the old Before Take-off items have moved to Before Taxi. This leaves only "Flaps" in the Before Take-off checklist. These changes minimise the number of tasks to be accomplished during taxying. Now assumes that electrical power GPU is established, a supplementary procedure is provided in case electrical power is not established. The FMC can now be programmed after the preliminary preflight procedure.

The initial and route data entry should be completed before the flight instrument check and the performance data entry should be entered before the before start checklist.

Either pilot can make the FMC entries but the other pilot must verify them. The fire test is only required on the first flight of the day or after a crew change. LNAV may be selected. The Before Start procedure now includes some items previously done during taxy. The pushback procedure is now built into Before Start this is where the fuel and hydraulic pumps are switched on, now that they are needed. The "Oil pressure rising" call has been eliminated.

After the ground crew have disconnected, the Captain performs a control check. The checklist is now only a check of flap position, in case they were retracted for taxying to prevent contamination, moved for de-icing or needed to be re-positioned due to a change in runway or conditions whilst taxying. Due to numerous cases of pressurisation problems caused by incorrect settings, the After Take-off checklist now specifically calls for "engine bleeds ON" and "packs to AUTO".

Note that these items are done, read and responded to by PM. The Descent and Approach checklists have been separated to minimise pilot workload during the critical phases of flight. To accommodate different transition altitudes around the world, the only approach checklist item is "altimeter".

The normal procedures are now more consistent across all the Seattle models. Responsibilities have been redistributed to better align them with the roles the pilots are performing. Items have been re-sequenced to minimise workload at critical times and have retained only those items which are necessary for crew to perform.

Boeing is providing advanced notice of these revisions which will be published in the following block revisions:. This site has had visitors to date. Search this website:. On Pressurization mode selector. AUTO Flight instruments. Set Engine start levers. Closed and locked Fuel. Locked MCP. Completed Rudder and aileron trim. Free and 0 Taxi and takeoff briefing. On Probe heat. On Anti-ice.

CONT Recall. Checked Autobrake. RTO Engine start levers. IDLE detent Flight controls. Checked Ground equipment. On Packs. AUTO Landing gear. CONT Speedbrake. Armed Landing gear. Down Flaps. Off Probe heat. Off Hydraulic panel. Set Flaps. Up Parking brake. Off Emergency exit lights. OFF Window heat. Off Packs. Contents Search this website:. Introduction In Boeing took a big step and redesigned the entire Normal Procedures for all their Seattle models. Chris Brady Contents Why the Change?

Specific Changes Summary Checklists Changes since Why the Change? Specific Changes Exterior Inspection The old exterior inspection checklist was organised system by system. Areas of responsibility The areas of responsibility have been redistributed and the scan flows have been changed accordingly. New Normal Checklists The checklists have been given a "tighter focus" by eliminating several items. Preliminary Preflight Procedure Now assumes that electrical power GPU is established, a supplementary procedure is provided in case electrical power is not established.

The preflight checklist has been considerably shortened to include only the critical items. Before Taxi Procedure After the ground crew have disconnected, the Captain performs a control check.

Before Take-off Procedure The checklist is now only a check of flap position, in case they were retracted for taxying to prevent contamination, moved for de-icing or needed to be re-positioned due to a change in runway or conditions whilst taxying. Descent and Approach Procedures The Descent and Approach checklists have been separated to minimise pilot workload during the critical phases of flight.

Landing and Shutdown Procedures Are almost unchanged. Summary The normal procedures are now more consistent across all the Seattle models. Checklists Old Normal Checklists Pre UP, no lights.

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