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DCO
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Boeing flight manual

Post by DCO »

Hi,

Anybody know where I could find a good and complete Boeing 737 flight manual ?

Thanks,

DCO

brissydave
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Post by brissydave »

from the fds vault 50ft below :D

"This is an excellent reference for B737 flyers. I put the file on my server so anyone can down load it. Just "Right Click" on the following link and then click on "Save-Target-As" to download it to your PC. Be aware it is a 32Meg download. "

http://atlhub.com/download/b737fom.pdf
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Lyle Kirgan
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Last edited by lkirgan on Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:30 pm; edited 2 times in total

thanks lyle

rhys
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Post by rhys »

You have any other types Dave?

DCO
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Post by DCO »

Thanks Dave,

My printer disliked me for a while, but it forgave me allready :wink:

brissydave
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Post by brissydave »

hey guys, how are ya?
some really nice guy called lyle posted it ages ago and i remembered it and hey presto.
if you can still download the 737 manual , its thanks to his good self.
even if its an oldy, its still a goody, by a long way.
hey rhys...what sort do you need?

hi ther dco, how long did it take to print? scary stuff??
dave.

DCO
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Post by DCO »

Well Dave, it took me a whole day printing and 2 cartridges but is was more then worth it.
I did have to recalculate the weight and balance of my flightdeck dough with the manual inside :wink:

Thanks !

DCO

lkirgan
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Post by lkirgan »

I almost removed this manual from my server the other day but it looks like I need to leave it there a little longer. Enjoy!
Lyle Kirgan
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brissydave
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Post by brissydave »

good on ya lyle.

wwwayward
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Post by wwwayward »

i have a 737 manual from KLM. i can copy for you. just price of copying, happy to do so for you !

Steff

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Post by lkirgan »

Just an update, I have since uploaded that manual to IFSBI at http://mycockpit.org/ . You will have to login and then go to the download library section and look for aircraft manuals. http://mycockpit.org/forums/downloads.php?do=cat&id=6
Lyle Kirgan
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jimbo
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Post by jimbo »

Hi guys,

I have the 757/767 AOM,QRH if anyone needs em. you might need a rain forest and a few weeks to print em.

James
IBL Signiture Boeing 767 300 Builder.
Skype james.webster4

Lewis Simmons
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Post by Lewis Simmons »

anyone have a 777 manual?
Thanks,

Lewis
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jimbo
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Post by jimbo »

Hi Lewis,

Have you purchased the TQ you have links to on your project site? Or has anyone else got it? Looks like a runner!!

Regards

James
IBL Signiture Boeing 767 300 Builder.
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Lewis Simmons
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Post by Lewis Simmons »

no i havent got the tq because I have no idea what it is... :D
Thanks,

Lewis
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