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B-777 STUDY GUIDE





























The pages following are designed to be a study guide. This information is not updated, any
differences between this guide and the Company Manuals are unintentional, the Company Manuals
are controlling.

Selected personal techniques have been added in green highlighted text and are additional to
company SOP and are not intended to change existing SOP.







If errors are found, corrections are required, or you have additional information to
add to the guide please forward your comments to [email protected]

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Item Limit / Policy Reference


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Engine Out Taxi After Landing

ENGINE OUT TAXI – TWO ENGINE AIRCRAFT
Engine out taxi after landing on a 2 engine aircraft is recommended for fuel
conservation. Prior to shutting down an engine during after landing consideration
should be given to the following:

- Taxiways or aprons that may be wet or slippery.
- Tight turns or operations in confined areas.
- Significant uphill taxi at high gross weight and thrust settings required to

accommodate that maneuver.
- Specific airfield restrictions in navigation charts or OM-C.
- Use of the APU.

Engine out taxi following an overweight landing is not recommended due to higher
thrust settings required. However, if the aircraft has landed overweight with one
engine inoperative it may be safe to taxi to a suitable parking position, due to
consideration of all the factors listed above.

FCI 2008-005

FOM 15.14

Transit or turn-around stops with
a Cabin Crew change

The inbound crew must not leave the aircraft until the new crew has physically
arrived and a crew to crew handover has been conducted. Stations that do no
allow crew to remain on board for this handover are listed in the OM-C RAIG.

FOM 16.1.3

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WHITE FCOM BULLETINS (BOEING)

Item Notes
EAD-24R2
PWS warnings Kansai airport Osaka
Japan.

To inform crews of false PWS warnings

EAD-40R4
Stabilizer Green band nuisance EICAS
message.

Procedure to follow to discriminate between nuisance alerts and actual problems.

EAD 43R1
Electronic Checklists not completing
correctly.

Intermittent contacts on the switch may not close to complete the checklist item. If so confirm correct
position of switch and override checklist item.

EAD-46R1
APU Start Failures Due to APU Start
Switch.

When Starting the APU, hold the start switch in start for 1 second.

EAD-50R2
Electrical Load Management System
ELMS AIRINC Communications Faults.

ELMS P110, ELMS P210, ELMS P310 Status Messages.
Some of the airplane systems will appear faulted when they are not and some airplane systems may
not display EICAS alert or status messages.
- If EICAS alert messages display perform the associated non normal checklist as required
- During Fuel Balancing make sure the fuel is being balanced in the correct direction.
- Once Fuel Jettison is initiated it must be terminated manually.
- Fuel Jettison is not possible if both ELMS P110 and ELMS P210 are displayed.

Do not use synoptic displays to perform procedures.

EAD-53R3
777 Fuel Quantity Indication System
Fluctuations.

To advise crews of fuel quantity indicating system fluctuations.
- Typical Fuel Flow is 55kgs per minute an internal FQIS anomaly will result in 270 kgs per minute in

the L, R, or C tanks. The erroneous fuel indication and resultant messages have been observed to
recover in several minutes but may repeat throughout the flight.

- If signs of fuel leak observed
- Visual observation of fuel spray.
- Excessive engine flow.
- Control wheel deflection

Complete the Fuel Leak Checklist

EAD-54R1
FMC Departure Routing Anomaly.

To direct the crew to remove discontinuities after entering the departure procedures in the FMC.

EAD-55R2
Fuel temperature blanking indication.

To inform crews of a Fuel Quantity Processor Unit FQPU anomaly that may cause blanking of the fuel
temperature indication.
- If fuel temperature blanks use the TAT as a conservative indication of the fuel temperature.
- The FUEL TEMP LOW EICAS will not display. Maintain the TAT greater than 3°C above the fuel

freeze point.
- Jet A -40°C, Jet A1 -47°C FOM Chap 11 page 10

EAD-58R2
Incorrect turn during a SID

If during a turn the A/P should start a turn in the opposite direction to that displayed on the map, use
HDG SEL or TRK SEL to fly the correct course.

EAD-60R2
New Ice Shedding Procedures for Trent
800 Engines in Freezing Fog.

Condition Freezing Fog and Visibility 300 meters or less.
- If Take-off within :45 minutes total taxi time, accomplish normal procedures.
- If Takeoff cannot be achieved within :45 minutes of taxi time complete the procedure below every

:45 minutes before takeoff.
- 0°C to -6°C run-up the engines to 50%N1 for 60 seconds.
- -7°C to -13°C run-up the engines to 59%N1 for 60 seconds. Takeoff Config sounds at 60%N1.
- If OAT is less that -13°C engines must be manually deiced.

- Taxi in time from previous flight may be included if in same conditions.
- Further exceptions included in Bulletin.

EAD-62
False Engine Out Indication.

To inform crews of a Loss of N3 Indication anomaly on Rolls-Royce engines.
If the N3 Engine display arcs blank and the digital display shows 0.0.
- Operations above FL200: Climbs and Descents not affected. During Cruise disconnect the A/T

and set power for the desired speed.
- Approach to an Autoland (LAND2/LAND3): continue the approach and landing, manual landings

are not affected.

EAD-64R1
GE90-115B Flameouts Following RTOs.

Crews should avoid abrupt thrust lever movement in the forward thrust range during the time period
immediately following thrust reduction to idle.

EAD-67
FMC Performance Predictions Anomaly.

To inform crews of a FMC performance predictions anomaly following ABEAM PTS selection.
- After Selecting ABEAM PTS review the ALT/OAT on the WIND page, reenter the correct altitude

and the SAT.

EAD-68R2
Fuel Quantity Blanking on the Progress
2/3 page of the CDU.

- Does not apply to the 777-300ER or the 777-200LR.
- Procedures for entering a Manual Fuel Quantity.
- Procedures for Fuel Jettison if required.

EAD-69
Fuel Flow Blanking with GE-90-100.

Nuisance Blanking that only occurs at or near idle during descent.

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Daylight Savings Time


Daylight Saving (Summer) Time
Southern Hemisphere (2008/2009)

AUSTRALIA / OCEANIA DST END 2008 DST START 2008 DST END 2009
Australia (States & Territories below):

Australian Capital Territory (Canberra)
New South Wales (Sydney)
Victoria (Melbourne)
Tasmania (Hobart)

06-Apr, 03:00h 05-Oct, 02:00h 05-Apr, 03:00h

Australia - South Australia (Adelaide) 06-Apr, 03:00h 05-Oct, 02:00h 05-Apr, 03:00h
Australia - Western Australia (Perth) 30-Mar, 03:00h 26-Oct, 02:00h 29-Mar, 03:00h
Australia - Lord Howe Island 30-Mar, 03:00h 26-Oct, 02:00h 29-Mar, 03:00h
New Zealand (Wellington, Auckland) 06-Apr, 03:00h 28-Sep, 02:00h 05-Apr, 03:00h
New Zealand- Chatham Island 06-Apr, 03:45h 28-Sep, 02:45h 05-Apr, 03:45h
SOUTH AMERICA
Chile (Santiago) 30-Mar, 00:00h 12-Oct, 00:00h 15-Mar, 00:00h
Chile- Easter Island 29-Mar, 22:00h 11-Oct, 22:00h 14-Mar, 22:00h

Argentina
DST Start 30-Dec-2007, 00:00h

16-Mar, 00:00h - -

Brazil (states below):
Rio Grande do Sul
Santa Catarina
Parana
Sao Paulo
Rio de Janeiro
Espirito Santo
Minas Gerais
Goias
Matto Grosso
Matto Grosso do Sul
Distrito Federal

17-Feb, 00:00h 02-Nov, 00:00h 22-Feb, 00:00h

Falkland Islands (Malvinas) (Stanley) 20-Apr, 02:00h 07-Sep, 02:00h 19-Apr, 02:00h
Paraguay (Asuncion) 09-Mar, 00:00h 19-Oct, 00:00h 08-Mar, 00:00h
Uruguay (Montevideo) 09-Mar, 02:00h 05-Oct, 02:00h 08-Mar, 02:00h
AFRICA
Namibia (Windhoek) 06-Apr, 02:00h 07-Sep, 02:00h 05-Apr, 02:00h

Daylight Saving (Summer) Time
Northern Hemisphere (2008/2009)

EUROPE DST START 2008 DST END 2008 DST START 2009
European Union and rest of Europe
(except Iceland) - (time is GMT) 30-Mar, 01:00h 26-Oct, 01:00h 29-Mar, 01:00h

Russia (time is local) 30-Mar, 02:00h 26-Oct, 03:00h 29-Mar, 02:00h
NORTH AMERICA
U.S.A. (except Hawaii, Arizona) 09-Mar, 02:00h 02-Nov, 02:00h 08-Mar, 02:00h
Canada (except Saskatchewan) 09-Mar, 02:00h 02-Nov, 02:00h 08-Mar, 02:00h
Mexico (except Sonora) 06-Apr, 02:00h 26-Oct, 02:00h 05-Apr, 02:00h
Saint Pierre and Miquelon (Fr.) 09-Mar, 02:00h 02-Nov, 02:00h 08-Mar, 02:00h
Greenland (Denmark) 29-Mar, 22:00h 25-Oct, 23:00h 28-Mar, 22:00h
CENTRAL AMERICA / CARIBBEAN
Cuba (Havana) 16-Mar, 00:00h 26-Oct, 01:00h 08-Mar, 00:00h
Bahamas (Nassau) 09-Mar, 02:00h 02-Nov, 02:00h 08-Mar, 02:00h
Bermuda (Hamilton) 09-Mar, 02:00h 02-Nov, 02:00h 08-Mar, 02:00h
Guatemala (Guatemala) CANCELLED - -
Turks and Caicos Islands
(Cockburn Town) 09-Mar, 02:00h 02-Nov, 02:00h 08-Mar, 02:00h

ASIA
Armenia (Yerevan) 30-Mar, 02:00h 26-Oct, 03:00h 29-Mar, 02:00h
Azerbaijan (Baku) 30-Mar, 04:00h 26-Oct, 05:00h 29-Mar, 04:00h
Gaza Strip, West Bank
(Bethlehem, West Bank) 01-Apr, 00:00h 04-Oct, 02:00h 01-Apr, 00:00h

Iraq (Baghdad) CANCELLED - -
Iran (Tehran) 21-Mar, 00:00h 20-Sep, 00:00h -
Israel (Tel Aviv, Jerusalem) 28-Mar, 02:00h 05-Oct, 02:00h 27-Mar, 02:00h
Jordan (Amman) 27-Mar, 00:00h 31-Oct, 01:00h 26-Mar, 00:00h
Lebanon (Beirut) 30-Mar, 00:00h 25-Oct, 00:00h 29-Mar, 00:00h
Syria (Damascus) 04-Apr, 00:00h 30-Sep, 00:00h -
AFRICA
Egypt (Cairo) 25-Apr, 00:00h 28-Aug, 00:00h 24-Apr, 00:00h
Tunisia (Tunis) 30-Mar, 02:00h 26-Oct, 03:00h 29-Mar, 02:00h

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CABIN CREW BRIEFING
FOM 12.2

- Introduction of Pilots.
- Ensure all crew members are in possession of valid personal documents.
- Details of the flight.
- Augmented Flights.

o Rest Periods.
o Meal Arrangements
o Use of Rest Facilities.

- Delegation of Command.
- The Purser should provide details of special passengers.
- Policy to enter the flight deck.
- Security Procedures.
- Any other items particular to the flight.


WELCOME ABOARD PA


Good …... L&G, this is your Captain ………… speaking.
Joining me is Senior. FO ……….…., and our Cabin Crew, led by
Purser ……... Seniors …….…in the Business Class Cabin/………in Economy. It is out Pleasure to welcome you
on board EK flight ….. To ….. /…...


Our route today is via …., …., .....
The planned flight time is ...Hrs ...min, with a final cruising level of ..,.…ft.
You can follow our progress, on the sky show channel of your video screen.


The forecast en-route WX is expected to be mainly smooth, and Destination WX will be ………. & with an expected
temp of …*C.


As always, for your own safety, please keep your seat belts fastened at all times whilst seated, just in case we
encounter any unexpected bumps
















We are now completing the paperwork and expect to depart shortly. Please relax & enjoy our “award winning” in-
flight service. We shall update you with the arrival details just prior to descent. Thank you.



TOP OF DESCENT


Good Morning / Afternoon / Evening Ladies and Gentlemen. This is your Captain/First Officer Speaking.
Our current position is ___, We are cruising at ___ feet and will be starting our descent shortly. The Weather in
___ is ___. We anticipate landing at ___. The Local time in ______ is ___ C. Thank you for flying on Emirates
Airlines.

CAPTAINS PREFLIGHT ANNOUNCEMENT REQUIRED FOR USA FLIGHTS OM-C RAIG 2.8
Ladies and Gentlemen:
US Regulations require me to inform you that during this flight today you should not congregate in
groups in any area of the cabin. I would also ask you to use only those lavatories dedicated to your
own class of service.

DEICING BRIEFING REQUIRED PRIOR TO DEICING THE AIRCRAFT
Ladies and Gentleman, this is the Captain. Due to the weather conditions the aircraft will be cleared
from snow and ice by spraying it with an Anti Icing fluid.


OPTION AT GATE This procedure will take place while we are still parked at the gate and will last for
approximately ___ minutes.


OPTION REMOTE DE-ICING To accomplish this procedure we will taxi to a De-Icing area closer to

our takeoff runway.


After Anti Icing is finished you may notice a strange smell in the cabin. This is quite normal as some
vaporized fluid may have been drawn into the passenger cabin by the air-condition system. This
smell will dissipate quickly.

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