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 ===== Boeing 777-300ER ===== ===== Boeing 777-300ER =====
  
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 The Boeing 777-300ER (Triple Seven) is one of the largest and heaviest twin-engine commercial aircraft. Impressively large and powerful are also the two GE90-115B engines, each delivering up to 512 kN thrust. In the '​ER'​ version, the Triple Seven can carry nearly 400 passengers up to 13,600 km. It is the first Boeing aircraft to be equipped with a Fly By Wire system. The Boeing 777-300ER (Triple Seven) is one of the largest and heaviest twin-engine commercial aircraft. Impressively large and powerful are also the two GE90-115B engines, each delivering up to 512 kN thrust. In the '​ER'​ version, the Triple Seven can carry nearly 400 passengers up to 13,600 km. It is the first Boeing aircraft to be equipped with a Fly By Wire system.
  
-===== Introduction to the Flightdeck ===== 
- 
-(work in progress) 
  
 ===== Boeing 777-300ER Flight Tutorial ===== ===== Boeing 777-300ER Flight Tutorial =====
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 Between 30min and 2.5h depending on how much of the flight you want to skip ahead.** Between 30min and 2.5h depending on how much of the flight you want to skip ahead.**
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_denver_to_san_francisco.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_denver_to_san_francisco.jpg |}}
  
 We will depart from runway 25 at KDEN and fly direct to the destination. For KSFO we'll use the ILS 28L for landing. The cruise altitude is set to FL410. We will depart from runway 25 at KDEN and fly direct to the destination. For KSFO we'll use the ILS 28L for landing. The cruise altitude is set to FL410.
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   * From the main menu open the navigation dialog   * From the main menu open the navigation dialog
   * Click on Denver on the map. Select RWY 25 for departure.   * Click on Denver on the map. Select RWY 25 for departure.
-  * Click on San Francisco on the map, select ILS 26L for the arrival.+  * Click on San Francisco on the map, select ILS 28L for the arrival.
  
 === Start Location === === Start Location ===
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 From the main menu open the location dialog and click on Denver on the map. On the airport diagram that opens select the parking position on the west side of the airport. From there we only have to turn right and follow the taxiway to runway 25. From the main menu open the location dialog and click on Denver on the map. On the airport diagram that opens select the parking position on the west side of the airport. From there we only have to turn right and follow the taxiway to runway 25.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_denver.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_denver.jpg |}}
  
 Start the flight. Start the flight.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_ramp_turn_around.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_ramp_turn_around.jpg |}}
  
 Look down and set the parking brake to prevent the aircraft from rolling away. On the EICAS screen you should see a white "PARK BRAKE SET" memo whenever the parking brake is set. Look down and set the parking brake to prevent the aircraft from rolling away. On the EICAS screen you should see a white "PARK BRAKE SET" memo whenever the parking brake is set.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_parking_brake.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_parking_brake.jpg |}}
  
  
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 Since we're starting at the ramp we'll leave the gate field empty. Since we're starting at the ramp we'll leave the gate field empty.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_cdu_pos_init_steps.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_cdu_pos_init_steps.jpg |}}
  
 The inertial reference system (IRS) is already aligned, so no further action is needed. The inertial reference system (IRS) is already aligned, so no further action is needed.
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   * Press the **EXEC** (execute) button   * Press the **EXEC** (execute) button
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_cdu_route_steps.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_cdu_route_steps.jpg |}}
  
 **DEP/ARR** **DEP/ARR**
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   * Execute these changes to activate the new departure and arrival runways.   * Execute these changes to activate the new departure and arrival runways.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_cdu_departure_arrival_steps.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_cdu_departure_arrival_steps.jpg |}}
  
  
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   * Select **CLB 1** on the right side to arm a reduced climb thrust rating   * Select **CLB 1** on the right side to arm a reduced climb thrust rating
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_cdu_thrust_to_clb1.png?300|}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_cdu_thrust_to_clb1.jpg?300|}}
  
 On the EICAS screen at the very top above the engine N1 display you should now see a "D-TO 2 +50C" text. On the EICAS screen at the very top above the engine N1 display you should now see a "D-TO 2 +50C" text.
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 **VNAV** **VNAV**
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_cdu_vnav_climb_default.png?300|}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_cdu_vnav_climb_default.jpg?300|}}
  
   * Press the **VNAV button** to display the VNAV pages   * Press the **VNAV button** to display the VNAV pages
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 The navigation display should then show the radial and range ring. The navigation display should then show the radial and range ring.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_cdu_fix_info.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_cdu_fix_info.jpg |}}
  
  
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   * Start by selecting the flight directors (**F/D**) to **ON** for the left and right side.   * Start by selecting the flight directors (**F/D**) to **ON** for the left and right side.
 +  * Arm the autothrottle (**A/THR**) by setting the autothrottle switch to the upper armed position.
   * Change the selected airspeed (**IAS**) to the V2 speed **150**. You can see your current V2 speed by opening the CDU **TAKEOFF REF** page, which is displayed per default.   * Change the selected airspeed (**IAS**) to the V2 speed **150**. You can see your current V2 speed by opening the CDU **TAKEOFF REF** page, which is displayed per default.
   * Rotate the selected heading (**HDG**) to the runway heading, in this case 262°.   * Rotate the selected heading (**HDG**) to the runway heading, in this case 262°.
   * Change the selected altitude to at least 1000ft above field elevation. We're going to set the cruise altitude right away, **41000**.   * Change the selected altitude to at least 1000ft above field elevation. We're going to set the cruise altitude right away, **41000**.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_mcp_preflight.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_mcp_preflight.jpg |}}
  
   * Press the LNAV and VNAV button to arm the lateral and vertical guidance after takeoff.   * Press the LNAV and VNAV button to arm the lateral and vertical guidance after takeoff.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_mcp_lnav_vnav.png |}} +{{ :​wiki:​b777_mcp_lnav_vnav.jpg |}} 
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_pfd_lnav_vnav_armed.png?300 |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_pfd_lnav_vnav_armed.jpg?300 |}}
  
 ---- ----
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   * Open the checklist page by pressing the **CHKL** button   * Open the checklist page by pressing the **CHKL** button
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_button.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_button.jpg |}}
  
 **Note: The following interactions are temporary solutions. This will probably change with upcoming updates.** **Note: The following interactions are temporary solutions. This will probably change with upcoming updates.**
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-{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_menu.png?300 |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_menu.jpg?300 |}}
  
 The cursor should move to the first unchecked item automatically. The cursor should move to the first unchecked item automatically.
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 **Complete the >BEFORE START< checklist** **Complete the >BEFORE START< checklist**
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_before_start.png?300 |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_before_start.jpg?300 |}}
  
 The MCP (mode control panel) was just set up in the previous step. We used V2 152, HDG 262, ALT 41000 The MCP (mode control panel) was just set up in the previous step. We used V2 152, HDG 262, ALT 41000
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 Pitch trim will be 4.0 units. Use the alternate pitch trim lever on the center console or the pitch trim switches on the yoke or your assigned commands to change the pitch trim to 4.0. The trim is already at that setting per default. Rudder and Aileron trim should be zero. Pitch trim will be 4.0 units. Use the alternate pitch trim lever on the center console or the pitch trim switches on the yoke or your assigned commands to change the pitch trim to 4.0. The trim is already at that setting per default. Rudder and Aileron trim should be zero.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_trims.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_trims.jpg |}}
  
   * After completing the checklist click the **NORMAL** button.   * After completing the checklist click the **NORMAL** button.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_before_start_completed.png?300 |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_before_start_completed.jpg?300 |}}
  
 ---- ----
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   * Keep pressing the B777 logo to advance the cursor and perform the actions that are displayed.   * Keep pressing the B777 logo to advance the cursor and perform the actions that are displayed.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_before_taxi.png?300 |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_before_taxi.jpg?300 |}}
  
   * Set the autobrake to the rejected takeoff position (RTO)   * Set the autobrake to the rejected takeoff position (RTO)
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_autobrake_rto.png?300 |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_autobrake_rto.jpg?300 |}}
  
   * Perform a flight control check   * Perform a flight control check
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   * Turn on the taxi light   * Turn on the taxi light
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_kden_flight_controls_check.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_kden_flight_controls_check.jpg |}}
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_kden_before_taxi.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_kden_before_taxi.jpg |}} 
 + 
 +----
  
 ==== Taxi ==== ==== Taxi ====
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 Release the parking brake and advance the thrust levers a bit to start rolling. Make two right turns and one left turn and head south towards the runway 25. Stop in front of the runway at the hold short lines. Release the parking brake and advance the thrust levers a bit to start rolling. Make two right turns and one left turn and head south towards the runway 25. Stop in front of the runway at the hold short lines.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_kden_rwy25_hold_short.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_kden_rwy25_hold_short.jpg |}} 
 + 
 +----
  
 ==== Before Takeoff ==== ==== Before Takeoff ====
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   * Flaps set to the takeoff position. We're planing to use flaps 15 and they are indeed set for takeoff   * Flaps set to the takeoff position. We're planing to use flaps 15 and they are indeed set for takeoff
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_before_takeoff.png?300 |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_before_takeoff.jpg?300 |}}
  
 Line up on the runway now. Line up on the runway now.
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   * Set the strobe lights to on.   * Set the strobe lights to on.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_lights_takeoff.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_lights_takeoff.jpg |}}
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_kden_rwy25_lined_up.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_kden_rwy25_lined_up.jpg |}} 
 + 
 +----
  
 ==== Takeoff ==== ==== Takeoff ====
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   * Monitor how the autothrottle advances the thrust to the selected takeoff thrust limit   * Monitor how the autothrottle advances the thrust to the selected takeoff thrust limit
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_toga_button.png?300 |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_toga_button.jpg?300 |}}
  
 The aircraft accelerates The aircraft accelerates
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   * **Engage the autopilot**. Default command is '​a'​. You can also press either **A/P button** on the MCP (mode control panel).   * **Engage the autopilot**. Default command is '​a'​. You can also press either **A/P button** on the MCP (mode control panel).
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_takeoff_gear_up.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_takeoff_gear_up.jpg |}} 
 + 
 +---- 
 ==== After Takeoff ==== ==== After Takeoff ====
  
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   * Above the "​1"​ speed **retract flaps to up**.   * Above the "​1"​ speed **retract flaps to up**.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_kden_after_takeoff.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_kden_after_takeoff.jpg |}}
  
 Let's quickly run the after takeoff checklist. Let's quickly run the after takeoff checklist.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_after_takeoff.png?300 |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_after_takeoff.jpg?300 |}}
  
   * Turn the taxi light off.   * Turn the taxi light off.
   * Let the autopilot accelerate the aircraft to 250 knots.   * Let the autopilot accelerate the aircraft to 250 knots.
 +
 +----
 +
 ==== Climb ==== ==== Climb ====
  
 During the climb we'll pass through 10,000ft and 18,000ft (transition height). The autopilot pitches forward and accelerates the aircraft to climb speed. During the climb we'll pass through 10,000ft and 18,000ft (transition height). The autopilot pitches forward and accelerates the aircraft to climb speed.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_climb.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_climb.jpg |}}
  
 **At 10,000ft** **At 10,000ft**
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   * Turn the seat belt signs to off.   * Turn the seat belt signs to off.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_lights_climb.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_lights_climb.jpg |}}
  
 **Transition Altitude** **Transition Altitude**
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   * On the integrated standby flight display (ISFD) (small backup display) use the pushbutton on the set knob to set the pressure to STD.   * On the integrated standby flight display (ISFD) (small backup display) use the pushbutton on the set knob to set the pressure to STD.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_transition_height.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_transition_height.jpg |}} 
 + 
 +---- 
 ==== Cruise ==== ==== Cruise ====
  
 === Sit back and relax? === === Sit back and relax? ===
 +
 With LNAV and VNAV engaged the autopilot will follow the flight plan and also level off at the selected cruise altitude of FL410. There is no action required at this point except monitoring the flight progress. With LNAV and VNAV engaged the autopilot will follow the flight plan and also level off at the selected cruise altitude of FL410. There is no action required at this point except monitoring the flight progress.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_cruise.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_cruise.jpg |}}
  
 === Or just teleport? === === Or just teleport? ===
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 Resume the flight and immediately press '​a'​ to re-engage the autopilot. LNAV/VNAV should engage right away and after a short time the aircraft should stabilize itself at cruise altitude. We can now proceed with the pre-decent preparations. Resume the flight and immediately press '​a'​ to re-engage the autopilot. LNAV/VNAV should engage right away and after a short time the aircraft should stabilize itself at cruise altitude. We can now proceed with the pre-decent preparations.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_teleport_before_ksfo.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_teleport_before_ksfo.jpg |}} 
 + 
 +---- 
 ==== Pre-Descent ==== ==== Pre-Descent ====
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_pre_descent.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_pre_descent.jpg |}}
  
 **VREF** **VREF**
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 Click the **NORMAL button** on the checklist screen to advance to the approach checklist for later. Click the **NORMAL button** on the checklist screen to advance to the approach checklist for later.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_pre_descent.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_pre_descent.jpg |}}
  
 === Approach briefing === === Approach briefing ===
  
 We'll fly the ILS approach for runway 28L at San Francisco. The autopilot is programmed to take us down to 3000ft on LNAV to the final approach fix from where we can intercept the localizer and glide slope easily. We're already on an intercept heading at this time. We'll use the autopilot to fly the approach until about 1000ft above ground, then land manually. Wind is calm. We'll fly the ILS approach for runway 28L at San Francisco. The autopilot is programmed to take us down to 3000ft on LNAV to the final approach fix from where we can intercept the localizer and glide slope easily. We're already on an intercept heading at this time. We'll use the autopilot to fly the approach until about 1000ft above ground, then land manually. Wind is calm.
 +
 +----
 +
 ==== Descent ==== ==== Descent ====
  
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   * Consider extending the speedbrake to catch up with the pre-computed idle descent profile.   * Consider extending the speedbrake to catch up with the pre-computed idle descent profile.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_descent_to_ksfo.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_descent_to_ksfo.jpg |}}
  
 The aircraft will descent for quite a while. Monitor the vertical deviation on the navigation display and The aircraft will descent for quite a while. Monitor the vertical deviation on the navigation display and
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 > **Note**: You can also increase or decrease the speed. Push in the speed knob and rotate it to select a speed for the descent. When you fly slower you will glide further (up to a certain point). When you increase the speed you will descent steeper. > **Note**: You can also increase or decrease the speed. Push in the speed knob and rotate it to select a speed for the descent. When you fly slower you will glide further (up to a certain point). When you increase the speed you will descent steeper.
 +
 +----
  
 ==== Approach ==== ==== Approach ====
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 Let's verify that we didn't forget anything with the electronic approach checklist. Open the electronic checklist again by pressing the **CHKL button** as shown before. Press the **NORMAL** button once all items are completed to advance to the landing checklist for later. Let's verify that we didn't forget anything with the electronic approach checklist. Open the electronic checklist again by pressing the **CHKL button** as shown before. Press the **NORMAL** button once all items are completed to advance to the landing checklist for later.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_approach.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_approach.jpg |}}
  
 Once ISFO is identified on the PFD and the received signals appear to be valid Once ISFO is identified on the PFD and the received signals appear to be valid
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   * Push the **APP button** on the MCP. This arms the localizer and glide slope capture for the autopilot   * Push the **APP button** on the MCP. This arms the localizer and glide slope capture for the autopilot
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_ksfo_ils28left_approach.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_ksfo_ils28left_approach.jpg |}} 
 + 
 +----
  
 ==== Landing ==== ==== Landing ====
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 The landing checklist should be completed at this point. We'll read through to make sure. After completion hide the checklist again for landing by pressing the CHKL button again. The landing checklist should be completed at this point. We'll read through to make sure. After completion hide the checklist again for landing by pressing the CHKL button again.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_landing.png?400 |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_checklist_landing.jpg?400 |}}
  
 With the localizer and glide slope captured the autopilot will fly us all the way to touch down. But we won't let the airplane have all the fun and disconnect the autopilot when the approach looks stabilized, e.g. at 1000ft above the runway. With the localizer and glide slope captured the autopilot will fly us all the way to touch down. But we won't let the airplane have all the fun and disconnect the autopilot when the approach looks stabilized, e.g. at 1000ft above the runway.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_disengage_autopilot.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_disengage_autopilot.jpg |}}
  
 Fly the aircraft to the runway 28L touch down point - the big white rectangles on the runway, next to the white/red papi lights. The aircraft should be well trimmed so that only small corrections are needed. Fly the aircraft to the runway 28L touch down point - the big white rectangles on the runway, next to the white/red papi lights. The aircraft should be well trimmed so that only small corrections are needed.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_ksfo_landing_external.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_ksfo_landing_external.jpg |}}
  
  
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 Vacate the runway to the left at the next convenient high speed taxiway. Vacate the runway to the left at the next convenient high speed taxiway.
-==== In Case of a Go-Around ====+ 
 +---- 
 + 
 +==== Go-Around ==== 
 + 
 +In case of a go-around perform these steps:
  
   * Push the **TOGA button** on the thrust levers as shown for the takeoff   * Push the **TOGA button** on the thrust levers as shown for the takeoff
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   * Let the autopilot capture the go-around altitude.   * Let the autopilot capture the go-around altitude.
   * Decide further actions.   * Decide further actions.
-==== Fully Automatic Landing ==== 
  
-The fully automatic landing can only be performed on an ILS equipped runway and only when the localizer is not at an offset angle. In our case the localizer is at an angle to the runway 28L at KSFO and we won't be able to use it for the entire landing. The ILS receivers have to be tuned to the ILS frequency for the approach. The auto tuning function does automatically this for us when we come close to the destination runway. During the landing the autopilot will control the lateral alignment with the runway and the descent towards the touch down point on the runway. The autopilot will flare the aircraft and use the steering to stay on the centerline. However the autopilot cannot control functions other than aileron, elevator and rudder (nose wheel steering). This means we as pilots have to manage all the remaining systems like flaps, spoilers, reverse, braking. +----
- +
-Configure for a normal landing but keep the autopilot and auto-throttles engaged. Arm the ground spoilers and set the autobrake to the required setting (e.g. 2 or 3). Check the minimums and altimeters and notes. Set the flaps and reduce the speed to final approach speed by adjusting the speed target in the MCP. +
- +
-{{ :​wiki:​b747_mcp_app.jpg?​350|}} +
- +
-Now let's arm the ILS approach +
- +
-   * Click the APP button on the MCP when you receive the ILS localizer and glide slope +
- +
-When the trajectory of the aircraft intercepts the localizer, the LOC-mode will engage. The G/S mode will engage shortly after, once the glide slope is intercepted. +
- +
-At 1500ft RA the ROLLOUT and FLARE modes are automatically armed which can be observed on the upper part of the PFD, the flight mode annunciator (FMA). +
- +
-{{ :​wiki:​b747_pfd_ils.jpg?​350 |}} +
- +
-At around 50ft the FLARE mode will engage and touch down the aircraft. At roughly 20ft the auto throttle pulls the throttle levers back to IDLE. +
- +
-{{ :​wiki:​b747_pfd_flare.jpg?​350 |}} +
- +
-At touch down the ROLLOUT mode activates and keeps the aircraft on the runway. When the ground spoilers have been armed they will extend automatically. Apply reverse thrust as needed. The auto-brake will engage shortly after the spoiler extension if it was set. Otherwise use manual braking. +
- +
-{{ :​wiki:​b747_pfd_rollout.jpg?​350 |}} +
- +
-We can take over manual control again at this point. Disengage the autopilot with the push-button on the yoke (can be assigned in the joystick settings) or the autopilot disengage bar on the MCP. +
- +
-{{ :​wiki:​b747_mcp_ap_disc.jpg?​350|}} +
- +
-   * Click the AP DISENGAGE bar on the MCP or use your ap disconnect button or key. +
- +
-Exit the runway as usual.+
  
 ==== After landing ==== ==== After landing ====
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 Find a good parking spot, e.g. the one next to the A380. Find a good parking spot, e.g. the one next to the A380.
  
-{{ :​wiki:​b777_ksfo_taxi_to_gate.png |}}+{{ :​wiki:​b777_ksfo_taxi_to_gate.jpg |}}
 {{ :​wiki:​b777_ksfo_gate.jpg |}} {{ :​wiki:​b777_ksfo_gate.jpg |}}
  
 This concludes the Boeing 777-300ER flight tutorial. This concludes the Boeing 777-300ER flight tutorial.
  
aircraft/boeing_777-300er.txt · Last modified: 2020/02/13 11:20 by jh