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Select weather radar OFF. Position AUTOBRAKE selector OFF. Position flap LEVER UP. Select weather radar OFF. Position transponder mode selector to STBY and set transponder code 2000. Assists Captain by finding cleared taxiways and parkposition with taxi chart. Position TAXI and RUNWAY TURNOFF light switches OFF approaching parking position. 3 March 18, 2000 Lauda Air BOEING 767 Operations Manual Normal Procedures Amplified Procedures TAXI-IN AND PARK Shutdown Procedure Parking brake................................................................
Position flap lever to 20 and call "FLAPS 20 SET", when flaps have reached the commanded position. “ Captain First Officer Position speedbrake lever to ARM. Pilot Flying Pilot Not Flying Verify glideslope capture and call “CHECKED”. Call “GLIDESLOPE CAPTURE”. Call for „FLAPS _____“ as required for landing. Position flap lever as commanded and call "FLAPS _____ SET", when flaps have reached the commanded position.. Set missed approach altitude on MCP. Verify missed approach altitude set and call “_____” feet, FL “_____ , CHECKED”.
One of the basic fundamentals of the „Crew Coordination Concept“ is that each crewmember must be able to supplement or act as a back-up for the other crewmember. Proper adherence to standard callouts is an essential element of a well-managed cockpit. These callouts provide both crewmembers required information about airplane systems and about the participation of the other crewmember. The absence of a standard callout at the appropriate time may indicate a malfunction of an airplane system or indication, or indicate the possibility of incapacitation of the other crewmember.