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Old 28th Oct 2001, 20:41
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Is there any guide for 747-400 FMS(Honeywell) which include tips for pilots from experience. I already have one-inch thick system guide from my company. But it shows just basic stuffs.
I need some recommendations about the book.
Used one is ok.

Thanks.
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Old 29th Oct 2001, 04:37
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Yes there is.
email Bill Bulfer (author) on [email protected]
It's a very useful book.
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Old 30th Oct 2001, 09:16
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I concur - excellent pub.Order at -
http://www.firstnethou.com/fmcman/Pa...BigBoeingGuide
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Old 3rd Nov 2001, 09:17
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Somewhere is an idiots guide to the FMS. It is doing the rounds of many ground school QF pilots. A hard copy is all I have, dunno if anyone has it on disk.

It is pretty simple, just the intro on how to drive it, but between it and Aerowinx I got it sussed!
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Old 3rd Nov 2001, 10:15
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With all due respect gentlemen in light of recent events I think we should re-think giving information on this site regarding aircraft manuals or system manuals.
I don't wish to show disrespect to anyone however this is an anonymous site to which absolutely anyone can become a member.
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Old 3rd Nov 2001, 11:17
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CS,

An idiots guide for QF pilots?

Bit complicated don't you think?
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Old 5th Nov 2001, 17:07
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Honeywell makes them. Try.....
http://www.honeywell.com/
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