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787 flightoperations

  1. 1. • Boeing 787 Dreamliner Flight Deck • Electronic Flight Bag Safety, Comfort and Efficiency – The Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) In Service• Quick Reference Handbook – Boeing Class 3 Electronic Flight Bag Summary Changes • Fuel Conservation• Managing Sleep and Circadian Rhythms IATA Fuel Efficiency Gap Analysis to Sustain Operational Performance • Tail Strikes and Strong Gusty Winds• RNP/RNAV Preventative Measures – RNP and GLS Operations • Smoke/Fire/Fumes In-Service Experience – Canada’s RNP Approval Process • Mixed Fleet Flying Carrier Created Solutions – Boeing Mixed Fleet Flying – Wenatchee RNP Test Track Project – Mixed Fleet Flying The Gateway to RNAV (RNP) and An Operator’s Perspective Performance-Based Operations • Landing on Slippery Runways• Reducing Flight Operation Cost • Fuel Conservation (Forum) An Airline’s Perspective • Safety and Flight Data• “Going Digital” A Practical Perspective • Ice-Crystal Weather Threat to Engines Exit COMMITTED TO SAFETY AND EFFICIENCY
  2. 2. Boeing 787 Dreamliner Flight Deck Safety, Comfort, Efficiency Mike Carriker Chief Pilot, 787 Program Boeing Commercial AirplanesBoeing is a trademark of Boeing Management Company.Copyright © 2006 The Boeing Company. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. Guiding Principles for Flight Deck DesignCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.4
  4. 4. The Boeing Flight Deck Philosophy The pilot is the final authority for the operation of the airplane. • Both crew members are ultimately • Apply automation as a tool to aid, responsible for the safe conduct of not replace, the pilot the flight • Address fundamental human • Flight crew tasks, in order of priority, strengths, limitations, and individual are: safety, passenger comfort, differences–for both normal and and efficiency non-normal operations • Design for crew operations based • Use new technologies and on pilots’ past training and functional capabilities only when: operational experience – They result in clear and distinct • Design systems to be error-tolerant operational or efficiency advantages, and • The hierarchy of design alternatives – There is no adverse effect to the is: simplicity, redundancy, human-machine interface and automationCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.5
  5. 5. The 787 Flight Deck Provides More Value The 787’s new design provides: • Safety enhancements • Increased operational capability and efficiency • A comfortable and secure environment • More standard airplane • Reduced upgrade costs • Common Boeing product lineCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.6
  6. 6. More Features Are Provided as Basic • Dual HUD • Electronic flight bag • HF data link* • Vertical situation display • Electronic checklist • Flight interphone system • Large format map • Enhanced ground 1280 NM range proximity warning • Dual cockpit voice system recording, extended • Independent TCAS recording displays • Airport map • Auto scan weather • RNP .1 • Single SATCOM w/full radar provisions for dual* • Full face O2 masks • Full time tactical map • Flight deck printer • Triple tuning • Message based control panels synoptic selection • ATC uplink preview windows/ MCP * Optional on the 787-3Copyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.7
  7. 7. Selectable Features • Most features are basic • Options support airline specific mission requirements – HUD low-visibility takeoff guidance – Flight deck humidification – Dual SATCOM – Flight deck door surveillance cameras – Dual ADF – Additional flight crew oxygen and remote fillCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.8
  8. 8. Copyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.9
  9. 9. Standard Features Support Safety Initiatives • Five large 12-inch Dual heads-up Airport moving by 9-inch displays displays (HUDs) map plus dual-HUDs provide more room to display information • Standard applications lower spares Enhanced Full-time costs vertical situation tactical map display (VSD)Copyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.10
  10. 10. Operational Capability and Efficiency • Features provided Integrated approach navigation Full format map and navigation performance scales improve operations in flight and on the ground • Operating costs reduced • Will be RNP 0.1 and GLS Cat I capable Flight management Electronic computer help flight bag featureCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.11
  11. 11. More Value With Fewer Parts 777 787 22 LRUs 12 LRUs The 787 flight deck provides more display space but requires fewer display LRUs than the 777Copyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.12
  12. 12. Dual HUDs Enhance Operations • More stable and accurate approaches • Safer and more flexible operations for lower-visibility takeoffs • Better crew coordination • Enables more “eyes out” flying • Fewer delays and diversions • Enhanced airplane speed/ energy management means lower aircraft wear and tear on wheels, tires, and brakes • Captain upgrade training reducedCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.13
  13. 13. Airport Moving Map Maintains Crew Awareness • Integrated with navigation display to maintains awareness of location on the airfield • Airport map automatically switched at low map ranges • Striving to increase surface operations safetyCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.14
  14. 14. Enhancing Situational Awareness With Vertical Situation Display • Provides superior flight crew awareness with a graphical view of vertical path • Trend vector predicts vertical path relative to terrain and waypoint constraints • Enhancements include display of the vertical navigation profile • Stabilized approaches through better energy awarenessCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.15
  15. 15. Simplifying Approach Procedures With Integrated Approach Navigation • Allows GPS, localizer, VOR, and NDB approaches all to be flown with the same procedure as ILS and GLS precision approaches • Simplifies procedures and saves one day of simulator training by allowing a common approach procedure • Reduces many different approach procedures to oneCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.16
  16. 16. Navigation Performance Scales • Displays actual and required navigational performance • Clear and intuitive presentation of navigation performance • Supports RNP 0.1 nmi operations • Enables lower weather approaches at reduced infrastructure airports • Reduces training timeCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.17
  17. 17. Full-Format Map Offers More Room for Display • Enhanced larger map includes more flight-critical information • . 5 to 1280 nmi scale • Provides better situational awareness of path and surroundings • Navigation display enables less expensive software upgrades–soft keys instead of hard keysCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.18
  18. 18. Dual Electronic Flight Bags Are Basic • Enhanced flight deck information • More efficient updating of flight operations information • Real time calculations The EFB can provide: of performance: • Video surveillance – Lower thrust • Computation of performance data – More gross weight • Navigation charts – Shorter runway • Electronic documents • Shorter maintenance • Electronic logbook troubleshooting time • Airline or third party software applications platformCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.19
  19. 19. Flight Management Computer Includes Detailed Help Function • Easier to use • Minimize keyboard entries, maximize functionality • Reduces entry errors and Invalid entry in data entry time to improves scratchpad KJFLK dispatch reliability New help • Increases operating efficiency window provides INVALID ENTRY AIRPORT IDENTIFIER 4 CHARACTERS CLEAR MSG EGLL options RJAA 1 • Reduces training time KJFK TOTAL MESSAGECopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.20
  20. 20. New Flight Deck Designed With Growth Enablers Five true multifunction Soft menu display areas controls Two side displaysCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.21
  21. 21. Foundation for Future Enhancements HUD taxi guidance cues Enhanced vision 3D synthetic system camera view Advanced vision perspective PFD Terrain Perspective on PFD taxi view Precision airport map Enhanced External map data camera view The 787 flight deck design will support incorporation of future enhancements to improve safety and efficiency, and reduce training.Copyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.22
  22. 22. New Systems But Familiar Procedures The 787 has optimized aircraft systems: 787 overhead panel • More electric airplane similar to the 777 • 5,000-psi hydraulics FIRE • Electric engine starter/generator WDW HT ADIRU OXY ENG • Electric compressors for PRI FLT AIR SYS air-conditioning packs HYD FUEL • Soft control circuit breakers ELEC PRESS • No overhead maintenance panel SIGNS ICE WPRS WPRS To maximize training commonality, LIGHTING the 787 will retain nearly identical procedural flows to the 777.Copyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.23
  23. 23. A Comfortable and Secure Flight Deck The flight deck will be spacious, secure and quieter. It will enjoy a 6,000-foot maximum cabin altitude, with more humidity. Environmental lighting Redesigned Overhead sidewalls hatch A comfortable flight crew rest is an available selection (takeoff and landing capable) and is located in the Secure door overhead out of the “revenue-space.” and bulkhead Optional privacy door keeps flight deck door out of passengers direct viewCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.24
  24. 24. Training Requirements Are Minimal 787 Goals • Full transition training – Training to qualify on an aircraft type, not based on prior • 21 days (similar to 777) experience on other aircraft • STAR training – Shortened transition and rating training to • 13 days from other pilots currently qualified on Boeing models another Boeing aircraft • Differences training – Proportionate to differences • 5 days to/from 777, 8 days between airplane types from 757/767, 11 days or variants from 737 • Recurrent training – Training • Common takeoff, landing, conducted on a regular interval and segment currency with to ensure continued qualification 777 and 767 on all airplanes the pilot fliesCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.25
  25. 25. The Flight Deck Designed for Pilots • Enhanced safety • Increased operational capability and efficiency • A comfortable and secure environment • More features included as basic • Reduced upgrade costs • Common Boeing product lineCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.26
  26. 26. Questions and AnswersCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Carriker.27
  27. 27. Survey • Boeing 787 Dreamliner Flight Deck • Electronic Flight Bag Safety, Comfort and Efficiency – The Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) In Service • Quick Reference Handbook – Boeing Class 3 Electronic Flight Bag Summary Changes • Fuel Conservation • Managing Sleep and Circadian Rhythms IATA Fuel Efficiency Gap Analysis to Sustain Operational Performance • Tail Strikes and Strong Gusty Winds • RNP/RNAV Preventative Measures – RNP and GLS Operations • Smoke/Fire/Fumes In-Service Experience – Canada’s RNP Approval Process • Mixed Fleet Flying Carrier Created Solutions – Boeing Mixed Fleet Flying – Wenatchee RNP Test Track Project – Mixed Fleet Flying The Gateway to RNAV (RNP) and An Operator’s Perspective Performance-Based Operations • Landing on Slippery Runways • Reducing Flight Operation Cost • Fuel Conservation (Forum) An Airline’s Perspective • Safety and Flight Data • “Going Digital” A Practical Perspective • Ice-Crystal Weather Threat to EnginesCopyright © 2006 the Boeing Company Exit Carriker.28 COMMITTED TO SAFETY AND EFFICIENCY

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