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Old 10-05-2019, 11:12 AM   #11  
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Sure enough, everything we were given in Sumtotal is out of date by one revision. Can anyone tell us what's different with the latest versions?
If you do a search in the library in Sumtotal you can find the 19-03 revisions.
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I know someone posted this info somewhere else but I'll be buggered if I can find it. Can someone please shed some light on the different series of tail numbers and limitations? Do we know have to know all the different limitations for all the different tails and what is the difference between them? Is it the model and/or type of winglet that is different?
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I know someone posted this info somewhere else but I'll be buggered if I can find it. Can someone please shed some light on the different series of tail numbers and limitations? Do we know have to know all the different limitations for all the different tails and what is the difference between them? Is it the model and/or type of winglet that is different?

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Most of the limitations arenít by tail number but by type (319/320/321/NEO). Most of the limitations are same except weights, some auto pilot stuff, fuel imbalance, engine stuff on NEOs, etc...


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I know someone posted this info somewhere else but I'll be buggered if I can find it. Can someone please shed some light on the different series of tail numbers and limitations? Do we know have to know all the different limitations for all the different tails and what is the difference between them? Is it the model and/or type of winglet that is different?
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The 500s are 319s.
The 900s are NEOs.
600s are divided into 320s, 321, and sharklets. Youíll start to recognize them the more you study.
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Awesome, thank you all for the help.
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The 500s are 319s.
The 900s are NEOs.
600s are divided into 320s, 321, and sharklets. Youíll start to recognize them the more you study.
small addition: 600 also jet pumps vs fuel pumps
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65x to 68x are 321s, all have sharklets
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So showing up for class, we should have all the limitations, all of the 500 (lol)different flows, and memory items down? I assume also completed the 33 CBT courses we get registered for in SumTotal, meaning pretty decent systems knowledge?

Anything else?

The flows seem confusing, like who is doing what role etc.
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So showing up for class, we should have all the limitations, all of the 500 (lol)different flows, and memory items down? I assume also completed the 33 CBT courses we get registered for in SumTotal, meaning pretty decent systems knowledge?



Anything else?



The flows seem confusing, like who is doing what role etc.


I wouldnít focus so much on CBTs right now. More so on flows, profiles, call outs, limitations, memory items, and proficiency items


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So showing up for class, we should have all the limitations, all of the 500 (lol)different flows, and memory items down? I assume also completed the 33 CBT courses we get registered for in SumTotal, meaning pretty decent systems knowledge?

Anything else?

The flows seem confusing, like who is doing what role etc.
We did our CBTs during our go-home week. Thatís what was recommended and thatís what the go-home week is for. I was *familiar* with the flows when I got on property, but in no way did I have them memorized. I did have the limitations and memory items down.
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