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May I ask all of you that is there any boeing 737 manuals can I download? Because im going to learn b737

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Hi all,

 

May I ask all of you that is there any boeing 737 manuals can I download? Because im going to learn b737

 

 

It's not allowed to post copyrighted materiel on Avsim.  It would take you a few seconds to find one if you just search for it using the right keywords & a well known search engine...

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It's not allowed to post copyrighted materiel on Avsim.  It would take you a few seconds to find one if you just search for it using the right keywords & a well known search engine...

Or buying a certain well-known 737 from a company that supplies the RW manuals with the package.

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Or buying a certain well-known 737 from a company that supplies the RW manuals with the package.

 

Agreed, however he didn't mention what type of 737 he wanted to study. As far as I am aware only the PMDG 737NG provides the FCOM/FCTM & QRH?  

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It's not allowed to post copyrighted materiel on Avsim. It would take you a few seconds to find one if you just search for it using the right keywords & a well known search engine...

Oh, so did you know the pmdg 737? If you also have this one, can you please to let me know the table of content in the pmdg 737 manuals inside? I still no idea should I buy it or not

It's not allowed to post copyrighted materiel on Avsim. It would take you a few seconds to find one if you just search for it using the right keywords & a well known search engine...

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so did you know the pmdg 737? If you also have this one, can you please to let me know the table of content in the pmdg 737 manuals inside? I still no idea should I buy it or not

Or buying a certain well-known 737 from a company that supplies the RW manuals with the package.

Which one is well-known 737 from a company? Can you give a suggestion?

Agreed, however he didn't mention what type of 737 he wanted to study. As far as I am aware only the PMDG 737NG provides the FCOM/FCTM & QRH?

I'm going to study 737NG,From the basic to advance then pre- flight

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Which one is well-known 737 from a company? Can you give a suggestion?

He meant PMDG. They're the only ones who (have Boeing's permission to) provide the original Boeing manuals with the addon.

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He meant PMDG. They're the only ones who (have Boeing's permission to) provide the original Boeing manuals with the addon.

Good to hear that, so if I purchase pmdg 737ng once it has provides all the manuals ? I just thinking dont know want to buy it or not

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Yes, the PMDG NGX includes the FCOM volume 1 and 2, FCTM, and QRH, plus two fantastic tutorials.  The manuals cover the entire 737 next gen fleet.  If you have any interest in learning to fly the B737, then the NGX is far and away one of the best 737NG simulations ever created for flight sim.  

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If you search a little bit on the internet you'll find all Boeing manuals of all models...

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Yes, the PMDG NGX includes the FCOM volume 1 and 2, FCTM, and QRH, plus two fantastic tutorials. The manuals cover the entire 737 next gen fleet. If you have any interest in learning to fly the B737, then the NGX is far and away one of the best 737NG simulations ever created for flight sim.

Ok,so the PMDG 737 NGX have including tutorials for free to download in PMDG website?

Owen, you can find the PMDG 737NG(X) tutorials here:

 

http://www.precisionmanuals.com/pages/downloads/docs.html

Hi olli4740, see you again, great, but I think there have still PMDG 737NGX flight crew operation manuals 1&2 , dont know what table of content inside. Did you fly 737 as well? Actually im considering that which way should I go? 737 or a320

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You got all the information you need  from the above posts cant see any  thing else that can be  said, its up to you  what you want  to get  the 737 or the a320 no ones is forcing you into anything, at the end of the day the choice is yours to make.

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With a bit of diligence you can find all the documentation for both aircraft on the net...

 

DJ

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Maybe also consider Mike Rays books, (an ex UAL Captain), and  aimed at Flight Simmers, done in a very readable style, with pages and pages of step by step instructions liberally illustrated that will take you through from the basics to advanced procedures. But just the flight stuff - no detailed systems tutorials. Available as hard copy or PDF, his 737NG training syllabus is my "bible". He also does Airbus books as well, at utem.com

Eugene

 

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Hi all,

 

May I ask all of you that is there any boeing 737 manuals can I download? Because im going to learn b737

HI THERE TOO.I GOT MINE FROM THE WWW.

KEEP ON WITH SAFE FLIGHTS.

737-800 MSFSX IS AN AWESOME PLANE.

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Maybe also consider Mike Rays books, (an ex UAL Captain), and aimed at Flight Simmers, done in a very readable style, with pages and pages of step by step instructions liberally illustrated that will take you through from the basics to advanced procedures. But just the flight stuff - no detailed systems tutorials. Available as hard copy or PDF, his 737NG training syllabus is my "bible". He also does Airbus books as well, at utem.com

Eugene

I have seen that just now.Thats a really good books to all, I can admit that its really readable style compare with other manuals so far. It done by more details than others manuals,but only 737 NGX is not available yet, Do you know when it will released the book? You have to use their books as well?

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The name 737NGX is PMDG's name for their 737NG software. The 737NG book by Mike Ray will cover all you need to get you sim flying on a 737NG, whether it's PMDG 737NGX, iFly 737NG, or any other company doing a 737NG, with maybe just small differences, as Boeing allow airlines to customise their aircraft according  to their needs.

So the Mike Ray books will be fine. I think it will be easier to follow systems training if you know how to fly the aircraft first. 

Eugene

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The name 737NGX is PMDG's name for their 737NG software. The 737NG book by Mike Ray will cover all you need to get you sim flying on a 737NG, whether it's PMDG 737NGX, iFly 737NG, or any other company doing a 737NG, with maybe just small differences, as Boeing allow airlines to customise their aircraft according to their needs.

So the Mike Ray books will be fine. I think it will be easier to follow systems training if you know how to fly the aircraft first.

Eugene

Oh, I thought that different NGX and NG ,lol. Ok, so I think I will go for this book better and eaiser to read than PMDG 737 NG manuals ? Is it correct? Because there have illustrated and easy to know all the step

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The name 737NGX is PMDG's name for their 737NG software. The 737NG book by Mike Ray will cover all you need to get you sim flying on a 737NG, whether it's PMDG 737NGX, iFly 737NG, or any other company doing a 737NG, with maybe just small differences, as Boeing allow airlines to customise their aircraft according to their needs.

So the Mike Ray books will be fine. I think it will be easier to follow systems training if you know how to fly the aircraft first.

Eugene

Is it this book? "737NG training syllabus Download version"? The price is $49.95

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Just do your self  a favour  spend another 25$  or  so get  the ngx   and you get all the manuals and 2 tutorials  and even  a introduction manual to go with it,  and you wont be disappointed.  :P

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Is it this book? "737NG training syllabus Download version"? The price is $49.95

Yes that's the one

 

I'm not familiar with the PMDG manuals, so can't comment. I just went to the web site to take a look, and under "737 Manuals and Training aids" the only item available is a cockpit poster, maybe I'm looking in the wrong place? 

 

Often real world genuine training manuals assume a level of training not attained by Flight Simmers, I bought Bill Buffers FMC guide, a respected work in the field of training for the FMC, but found the level of detail and complexity it delved in to rather bamboozling. Mike Rays books took me through everything in baby steps, and now using the FMC, and flying the aircraft is second nature. 

But maybe PMDG's manuals do this just as well?

Eugene

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Ngx manuals are direct from boeing  themselves and  are real as  they get

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Ngx manuals are direct from boeing  themselves and  are real as  they get

 

That's the bit that concerns me, not necessarily an ideal primer for a newbie? 

I've just been reviewing an official Boeing 737NG manual. In all 340 pages of it, there isn't a single picture of a an FMC, or tutorial on how it's used, but a huge amount of detail about operating the aircraft, especially under adverse conditions. This isn't a criticism of Boeing, who reasonably expect anyone about to be let loose on their aircraft will have at least have a CPL and done an approved course that prepares them for the aircraft.

Mike Ray's book is aimed at simmers, and doesn't assume any particular knowledge on behalf of the reader.

 

 

Eugene

 

PS Are the PMDG 737 manuals actually still available, the only manuals available on their web site are for an MD11?

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The PMDG manuals aren't going to teach you to fly the aircraft or program the FMC. The manuals they provide (with the exception of the tutorial and PMDG particular stuff) are from Boeing and are the real world FCOM volumes. To learn the systems I recommend the Mike Ray books as a good starting point. At the moment the manuals are not available from the PMDG website and if they were I suspect their price is more than you want to spend at this point.

 

DJ

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