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Old 25th Jan 2010, 09:23
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757 Fcom

Hi

I'm looking for some info from the RR version of a 757FCOM.

The section is "Inflight performance - with unreliable speeds".

The PW 2040 FCOM gives the following info regarding CRZ phase at FL350 at 220 000lb at M.78 - pitch 3 degrees; alternate mode N1 = 80,4 %.

I would please like to know what the pitch attitude and N1% are for the RB211-535E4B powered birds.

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Old 25th Jan 2010, 11:04
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3 degrees and 87.4% sir.

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Old 25th Jan 2010, 17:56
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Thank you. Much appreciated.

Could you also please give me the pitch and N1 readings for 180 000lb and 260 000lb at FL350 at M.78 - sorry.

Thanks in advance

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Old 25th Jan 2010, 18:04
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Go on then!

2.5 degrees and 83.4%.
4 degrees and 94.7%.

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Old 25th Jan 2010, 22:58
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is FCOM a non american term my 'all boeings' manuals say 'operation and flight training manual' only?
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Old 26th Jan 2010, 01:41
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Boeing produces several manuals specific to each serial number. With respect to flight operations, they are:

Airplane Flight Manual (AFM)
Flight Crew Operations Manual (FCOM)
Flight Crew Training Manual (FCTM)
Flight Attendant Manual (FAM)
Flight Planning and Performance Manual (FPPM)

Of course, unless you have access to the website "MyBoeingFleet.com", which you probably won't unless you are in management, you can't see them...

So the real dilemma is whether your management has actually read them before writing your company manuals!
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