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Where to get proper checklists?

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Hi,

 

One obvious thing I haven't really found anywhere in the documentation is a proper Boeing checklist for the 747-400 and the 400F types. I think there are some differences there. I know every airline has it different but doesn't Boeing have a basic template they suggest?

 

Thanks!


George Liigand

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Stupid me. Thanks! My first look at the QRH was that it contains only the abnormalities. But that's in fact where Boeing holds the Normal checklist too.


George Liigand

Air Traffic Controller (Europe, Center), PPL Holder for fun flying

 

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Stupid me. Thanks! My first look at the QRH was that it contains only the abnormalities. But that's in fact where Boeing holds the Normal checklist too.

 

Always been that way.

 

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Stupid me. Thanks! My first look at the QRH was that it contains only the abnormalities. But that's in fact where Boeing holds the Normal checklist too.

Welcome to the forum. Hope you enjoy learning new things. The manuals are worth their weight in gold.


Brian Nellis

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Stupid me as well.  Where (page) in the QRH is the normal checklist?  Thanks.

 

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Clarke Ramsey

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Thanks Clarke.  No wonder I didn't see it - only three very abbreviated pages.  But I guess that's why I don't fly 747's for a living.  :smile:

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Hi,

The QRH file is secured. Cannot print (If I wanted to the 3 pages of Normal Checklist). Any suggestions?

 

Thanks

Benny

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Qrh and fcom both secured i wanted to print the expanded flows but could not


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The QRH file is secured. Cannot print (If I wanted to the 3 pages of Normal Checklist). Any suggestions?

 

use  a ipad or  laptop   to use  it next  to you or   you  could  write  up  one yourself   from the qrf,   you need  to add  your  full name  to your  posts  as per  the forum rules


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