HOW TO READ THE LANDING REPORT OF 737

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HOW TO READ THE LANDING REPORT OF 737

Postby faiyaz » 23 Mar 2018, 04:16

Dear All

Can Someone please guide me as to how to read the LANDING REPORT that we get from the ACMS function
Specially in case of HARD/OVERWEIGHT LANDING what parameter to be read

THANKS

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Re: HOW TO READ THE LANDING REPORT OF 737

Postby sjap » 08 Apr 2018, 11:50

Is the link valid ? yayoo?
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Re: HOW TO READ THE LANDING REPORT OF 737

Postby motortek » 24 Apr 2018, 17:48

sjap wrote:Is the link valid ? yayoo?

... no
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Re: HOW TO READ THE LANDING REPORT OF 737

Postby yayoo » 19 May 2018, 10:29

Landing

Report Acronyms and Abbreviations

Header Data

Acronym Description Units
ACID Aircraft identifier Text
FLTNO Flight number Text
LEG DATE Date and time of flight leg start (OOOI OUT) DD-Mon-YYYY : HH:MM
DEP Departure airport Text
ARR Destination (arrival) airport Text
TRANSMIT DATE Date and time the report was transmitted DD-Mon-YYYY : HH:MM
MESSAGE DATE Date and time the report was generated DD-Mon-YYYY : HH:MM

Report Data

Acronym Description Units
AID Aircraft identifier Text
DATE Date the report was generated DD-Mon-YYYY
GMT Time the report was generated HH:MM
FNO Frame number Text
ISFC Input subframe count Text
FLT Flight number Text
DEPT Departure airport Text
DEST Destination (arrival) airport Text
MODE Flight mode Text
SID Software database version Text
AIRPLANE TYPE Airplane type code (see definitions table below) Text
IVV Inertial vertical speed Feet/minute
VAC Vertical acceleration G’s
MAX VAC RPT Maximum vertical acceleration for the data collection sequence G’s
MAX VAC LAND Maximum vertical acceleration at landing G’s
MAX VAC -1 Maximum vertical acceleration one second before landing G’s
MIN VAC RPT Minimum vertical acceleration for the data collection sequence G’s
MIN VAC LAND Minimum vertical acceleration at landing G’s
MIN VAC -1 Minimum vertical acceleration one second before landing G’s
GLIDESLOPE Glideslope deviation Text
WINDSPD Wind speed Knots
WINDIR Wind direction true (FMC) corrected Degrees
LAT IRU latitude direction Degrees
LONG IRU longitude direction Degrees
DRIFT Drift angle Degrees
HDG Selected heading (IRU) corrected to 360 Degrees
WINDSHEAR 1=yes, 0=no
ENG L N1 Percentage of max speed (rpm), gas generator section, left engine %Rotations per minute
ENG R N1 Percentage of max speed (rpm), gas generator section, right engine %Rotations per minute
SLATS FULL Slats fully extended 1=true, 0=false
SLATS MID Slats extended 1=true, 0=false
SLATS TRANS Slats transitioning 1=true, 0=false
FLAPS FULL Flaps fully extended Degrees
FLAPS TRANS Flaps transitioning Degrees
ELEV POS Elevator position Degrees
FLAP Trailing edge flap position Degrees
AIL Aileron position Degrees
RUDD POS Rudder position Degrees
STAB POS Stabilizer position Degrees
SEC GMT seconds Seconds
VAC Vertical acceleration G’s
MAX Maximum vertical acceleration over all samples in second G’s
RALT Radio altitude Feet
PITCH Pitch angle Degrees
ROLL Roll angle Degrees
AOA Angle of attack Degrees
CAS Computed airspeed Knots
GS Ground speed Knots
WOW Weight on wheels
Airborne-Nose-Left-Right

Airborne(1=in air,0=on ground)

Nose gear(1=ground,0=air)

Left main gear(1=ground,0=air)

Right main gear(1=ground,0=air)


Airplane Type Codes

Code Description
600 737-600
6SFP 737-600 Short Field Performance
700 737-700
7SFP 737-700 Short Field Performance
700C 737-700 Cargo
7CSFP 737-700 Cargo Short Field Performance
700I 737-700 Increased Gross Weight
7ISFP 737-700 Increased Gross Weight Short Field Performance
800 737-800
8SFP 737-800 Short Field Performance
900 737-900
9SFP 737-900 Short Field Performance
9ER 737-900 Extended Range
INV Airplane Type Selection Invalid
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