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mightymouse111
1st Oct 2007, 13:27
Hi.
Does anyone know the correct settings for a 737-300. Looking at N1/pitch /flap settings etc for take off,cruise, hold, flaps, approach and ILS. Also is there a rough rule of thumb for landing, at what height do you need to be flaring?
Any help would be appreciated

MM

chiglet
1st Oct 2007, 15:40
There is a very good site [The Boeing 737 Technical Site] try google for a search
watp,iktch

cribble
2nd Oct 2007, 08:00
MM
check PM...

babymike737
2nd Oct 2007, 21:11
Power settings obviously vary for flaps and speeds.
Various places you can get that from.

On approach flaps 30 - 2.5 degrees nose up average 55% n1, depends on weight, and on flare keep it the same down through 50ft, 40ft, then at 30 ft, just a slight check back on the yoke, and cut power at 20ft, and then a nice gentle pull on the yoke, to touch down. works pretty good for me.

Enjoy

Fredairstair
3rd Oct 2007, 09:29
Thrust levers closed at 20' or as you touch down?

Rainboe
3rd Oct 2007, 09:41
Have you tried Search? It's coming up constantly.

sudden Winds
4th Oct 2007, 21:57
ok, go to smartcockpit.com

download the B737 Classics QRH and check the table for pitch attitude and thrust settings of the "airspeed unreliable" non normal checklist.
Regards,
SW.