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Old 31st Jul 2019, 06:21
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Good Day,

We need to implement and train URTP in our B737 Airliner. It all seems pretty similar to me, ie pitch, roll, power, stabilize. I would very much like to ask for any guidance on the subject; links, international courses offered, suggestions?

Thank you all in advance.
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Old 31st Jul 2019, 07:24
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Shouldn’t you be speaking to ummmm maybe BOEING.............

They May have some info on handling their Aircraft.......
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Old 31st Jul 2019, 08:37
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And please tell us which airline/ carrier you are asking for - I’d like to add them to my every growing list of “avoid”.

I know PPRuNe is meant to be an open forum for questions, but the sheer volume of questions from people that ought to know better is truly frightening.
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Old 31st Jul 2019, 09:56
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Originally Posted by allison View Post
Good Day,

We need to implement and train URTP in our B737 Airliner. It all seems pretty similar to me, ie pitch, roll, power, stabilize. I would very much like to ask for any guidance on the subject; links, international courses offered, suggestions?

Thank you all in advance.

​​​​​​Ya Boeing seems to have had some trouble with large pitch, nose down events recently. They're still working on it. Give them some time. Come back later
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Old 31st Jul 2019, 10:52
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Old 31st Jul 2019, 15:31
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Allison, I would recommend "push?" not "pitch?" first, as with a low nose, high speed, high bank situation "pitching" first may induce a back pressure input before rolling wings level, thus tightening the turn and inducing a spiral dive.
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Old 1st Aug 2019, 02:46
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https://www.faa.gov/other_visit/avia...B_briefing.pdf

A well described briefing. Should be taught at PPL level or at the latest as part of instrument rating syllabus.
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Old 1st Aug 2019, 05:16
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Moving back a page or two, the source page whence came Centaurus' link. This has some more interesting stuff for review.

https://www.faa.gov/other_visit/avia...tors/training/
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Old 1st Aug 2019, 07:42
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There’s an ICAO guide that doesn’t appear to have been linked to yet: AUPRTA and they also do it as an app. Not a bad place to start...
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Old 5th Aug 2019, 18:46
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A lot of our UPRT training revolved around getting a feeling for the difference in stall margin and control sensitivity at altittude compared to low-level.
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