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    Pm fmc

    hello all
    I am ready now to get into the manual of the FMC from project Magenta
    but the Manual from PM is not that intresting not all the possibility's are discribed in there where can I find a good manual for it?
    I would like to set things right now like altitude and speed in the flightplan,
    ref point and things like that
    tx in advance
    regards John

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    Re: Pm fmc

    John,

    A great (and free) resource for learning the 737NG's FMC (as well as other systems and procedures) is the manual for the PMDG 73NG package, available here:

    http://www.precisionmanuals.com/priv...down/docs.html

    Download the manual for 737 The Next Generation, and you should be good to go.

    Keep in mind, though, that a few small items/logics in the PM FMC may not function exactly as described in the PMDG manual. 99% should, though.

    Hope this helps!
    Chris Kilroy
    737NG Builder - Henderson, NV USA

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    Re: Pm fmc

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisKLAS View Post
    manual for 737 The Next Generation
    hi ChrisKLAS

    I was forgotten to tell that I am looking for the 777 manual

    regards john

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    Re: Pm fmc

    Bill Bulfers books, allways a good read:

    http://www.cockpitcompanion.com/serv...C-GUIDE/Detail



    Describes software features of the Honeywell FMC found on the 757 / 767 / 747 / 777.

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    Re: Pm fmc

    You can download the FMC guide that I uploaded here http://www.mycockpit.org/fileshare/s...tryuserid=2999

    Also, I uploaded a 777-200 manual here too (which has a big section on the FMC. Starts on page 1538 ) http://www.mycockpit.org/fileshare/s...tryuserid=2999
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    Re: Pm fmc

    yep the big boeing guide that stef posted up is prob best.
    www.flightfacsimile.com
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