The B737 Quick Reference Guide for the iPad is a comprehensive reference to over 150 emergency and abnormal flight procedures for the Boeing 737-600, -700, -800, and -900.
NOTE: We do not recommend this product for professional pilots. While it’s a good learning aid for aeroscience students or flight-simmers, it is not meant to keep abreast of changes in the Boeing procedures. It started life as an academic exercise to simplify procedures.
The B737 QRG app contains the same content as the QRG in the B737 Cockpit Companion app.
Designed for systems study and simulator sessions, the QRG is fully indexed and cross-referenced, with a Memory Actions section, 14 systems sections, and an index. As a helpful aid, if the procedure includes a system alert, that alert is shown besides the checklist title.
When a user selects a QRG entry, a description of the failure is provided as well as checklist procedures required to address the issue. Moreover, airmanship tips are also provided so as to help ensure safe flight.
Throughout, “Fly the Airplane” is emphasized — aviate, navigate, communicate.
The B737 QRG is a conversion of a print product produced by Bill Bulfer, a retired airline pilot with extensive time in the B737. The QRG is easy to read and understand, and helps unravel the often convoluted flow present in many QRHs.
This product is not certified for flight operations — the regulator-approved Airplane Flight Manual is the final authority as to the safe operation of your airplane. It can help users better understand QRH flow and enhance their understanding of systems.
The product is also useful for flight-simmers using advanced B737-NG flight sims.
This is an original work by Bill Bulfer, and has not been reviewed or endorsed by the Boeing Company.