lunes, 3 de diciembre de 2012

747 Operations Manual

747 Operations Manual


This Operations Manual has been prepared by Boeing Commercial Airplanes Group, Customer Services Division. The purpose of this manual is to: • provide operating limitations, procedures, performance, and systems information the flight crew needs to safely and efficiently operate the 747-400 airplane during all anticipated airline operations • serve as a comprehensive reference for use during transition training for the 747-400 airplane • serve as a review guide for use in recurrent training and proficiency checks • provide operational data from the FAA approved airplane flight manual (AFM) to ensure legal requirements are satisfied • establish standardized procedures and practices to enhance Boeing operational philosophy and policy

Crédito: The Boeing Company

Gold Crown Avionics KDI572

Gold Crown Avionics KDI572


This Pilot’s Guide compiles the operation sections from Bendix/King Gold Crown Installation manuals. The major sections of this Pilot’s Guide are arranged by unit type with the subsections being individual units.

Crédito: AlliedSignal Inc.

King Air C90 Pilot Training Manual

King Air C90 Pilot Training Manual


A good basic understanding of the airplane will help in studying the individual systems and their operation. This chapter provides basic and background information needed to learn the details of airplane operation and performance to be studied in other chapters.

Crédito: FlightSafety

Collins FMS-4200 Flight Management System

Collins FMS-4200 Flight Management System


The FMS-4200 Flight Management System includes the Flight Management Computer (FMC), Control Display Unit (CDU), and a Database Unit (DBU). The system is used to control EFIS displays, FMS, AFIS, radio tuning, and other airplane functions. This pilot’s guide provides operating information for this system. It is not a training manual; it is a guide to understanding the operation of the FMS-4200 Flight Management System designed by Business and Regional Systems of Rockwell Collins, Inc.

Crédito: Rockwell Collins

PA31T Piper Cheyenne I, IA, II and IIXL Aircraft Operation Manual

PA31T Piper Cheyenne I, IA, II and IIXL Aircraft Operation Manual


For many years the Cheyenne series of business aircraft was one of the most successful for Piper. It started in the mid sixties, when Piper decided to reconstruct its pressurized model „Navajo” to accommodate propeller turbines as propulsion. On August 29th 1969 the prototype took off for his maiden flight, but it took almost another five years until the first production aircraft went into service. The control surfaces and flight controls had to be reconstructed several times, because the higher speeds were a strain to the cell. Furthermore, a flooding of Pipers production facility in Lock Haven delayed deliveries.

Crédito: Aerosoft GmbH