Systems

Study notes will follow standard industry guidelines.

Chapters are arranged in the normal alphabetical order as found in most flight manuals:


  • Limitations
  • Emergency and Abnormal Procedures
  • Normal Procedures
  • Airplane General
  • Air Conditioning & Pressurization
  • Automatic Flight
  • Auxiliary Power Unit
  • Communications
  • Electrical
  • Emergency Equipment
  • Fire Protection
  • Flight Controls
  • Flight Instruments
  • Fuel
  • Hydraulic Power
  • Ice and Rain Protection
  • Landing Gear
  • Navigation
  • Pneumatics
  • Power Plant
  • Warning Systems



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Dual Source Systems Dual Source Systems Dual Source Systems Dual Source Systems L inboard ELEVATOR R outboard aileron Central control Actuator No. 2 Stabilizer trim Elevator feel R outboard elevator Outboard trailing Edge flaps Spoilers 5  6  7  8 Wing gear Autopilot a Spoilers 1  4  9  12 Autopilot b Reserve brakes Spoilers 2  3  10  11 NORMAL BRAKES right Inboard aileron & Lower rudder Left Inboard Aileron & Upper RUDDER Central Control actuator No. 1 R Inboard Elevator L Outboard Aileron Autopilot c  If Fitted L Outboard Elevator Inboard Trailing  Edge Flaps Nose Gear Body Gear & Steering HYD Sys No. 4 HYD SYS No. 3 HYD SYS   No. 2 HYD SYS  No. 1
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