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  1. B747-200 General Aircraft Descriptions and Limitations Aircraft General

  2. 195 Ft. 8 In. 32 Ft. 1 In. Eye Level – 27 Ft. 11 In. 36 Ft. 2 In. 63 Ft. 5 In. 89 Ft. 5 In. Approx. 81 Ft. 9 In. 114 Ft. 10 In. 225 Ft. 2 In. 72 Ft. 9 In. 231 Ft. 10 In.

  3. Doors & Structure Primary Structure - Aluminum, Steel, Titanium Secondary Structure - Graphite Composite, Fiberglass, Nomex R5 Bulk Cargo Lower Aft Cargo Crew Service R4 R3 R2 R1 Lower Fwd Cargo L5 L4 Escape Hatch L3 L2 L1

  4. Doors & Structure

  5. Cockpit Upper Deck Main Deck Cabin Compartment L5 Door L1 Door Bulk Cargo Compartment *E & E Compt. LWR Aft Cargo Compartment *LWR Forward Cargo Compartment Crew Service Door (200) Bulk Cargo Door Aft Cargo Door Forward Cargo Door Aircraft Deck Structure * Areas can be accessed in Flight

  6. 59’ 92’ 96’ 153’ 39’ 61’ 21’ 90’ 14’ Turning Radius With Body Gear Steering

  7. 57’ 100’ 107’ 170’ 50’ 70’ 22’ 87’ 11’ Turning Radius Without Body Gear Steering

  8. Aircraft General Doors & Structure

  9. Main entry doors

  10. Flight Deck Door

  11. Crew Service Door CREW SERVICE DOOR

  12. Doors & Structure Upper Deck Crew Service Door (RH Side only) Cockpit Escape Hatch Location

  13. Cockpit Escape Hatch NOTE: There is No cockpit indication for this escape hatch

  14. Cargo Compartment Doors FORWARD CARGO DOOR AFT CARGO DOOR BULK CARGO DOOR

  15. Forward Cargo Door HINGE LATCH LOCK HANDLE NEGATIVE PRESSURE RELIEF DOOR (2) EXTERNAL DOOR CONTROLS VIEW PORTS (8)

  16. Aft Cargo Door VIEW PORTS (8)

  17. Bulk Cargo Door

  18. Electric Service Doors

  19. Miscellaneous Doors EXTERIOR POWER RECXEPTACLE FWD POTABLE WATER SERVICE ACCESS DOOR CENTER LAVATORY SERVICE DOOR FWD ELECTRONICS DOOR AFT POTABLE WATER SERVICE ACCESS DOOR FWD LAVATORY SERVICE DOOR CENTER ELECTRONICS DOOR AIR CONDITIONING ACCESS PANELS AND DOORS GROUND AIR CONDITIONING ACCESS DOOR APU ACCESS DOORS APU BATTERY ACCESS DOOR

  20. Antenna Location

  21. Cockpit Layout

  22. Eye Position Locators Black Crosses on L & R Windshield Brace

  23. Cockpit Windows • Forward windows – • Thick laminated acrylic and hardened glass. • Side windows – • Acrylic and vinyl laminate. • Single layer of acrylic will hold full cabin pressure. • Window heat is not required for bird strike protection. • L1 & R1 window heat provides anti-ice & defogging, rest defogging only.

  24. Flight Engineer Station

  25. SERVICING PORTS EXTERIOR POWER RECXEPTACLE FWD POTABLE WATER SERVICE ACCESS DOOR CENTER LAVATORY SERVICE DOOR FWD ELECTRONICS DOOR AFT POTABLE WATER SERVICE ACCESS DOOR FWD LAVATORY SERVICE DOOR CENTER ELECTRONICS DOOR AIR CONDITIONING ACCESS PANELS AND DOORS GROUND AIR CONDITIONING ACCESS DOOR APU ACCESS DOORS APU BATTERY ACCESS DOOR

  26. Servicing Ports

  27. Seating Configuration

  28. Emergency Equipment

  29. Emergency Equipment Locations (Main Deck)

  30. Flight Deck & Passenger Exits

  31. Emergency Overhead Escape hatch

  32. Cabin Emergency Lighting

  33. Cabin Floor Level Emergency Escape Path Lighting

  34. Crew Service Door Slide ESCAPE SLIDE PACK MANUAL INFLATION HANDLE CHUTE ASSIST HANDLE FLOOR TRACK RELEASE FLOOR RAMP FLOOR TRACKS PACKBOARD MANUAL RELEASE HANDLE

  35. Crew Service Slide Operation

  36. Exterior Emergency Lighting

  37. Evacuation Slide / Rafts

  38. Single Lane Evacuation Slide

  39. Dual Lane Slide / Rafts

  40. Over-wing Ramp/Slide

  41. Raft Survival Equipment

  42. Evacuation Emergency Lighting

  43. Evacuation After Ditching • Each crewmember must have his evacuation assignment committed to memory. • The Captain is to ensure that the command to evacuate and any other specific instructions are issued • An evacuation must not be initiated while the airplane is moving. • The suitability of an exit should be evaluated before it is used. • If possible, persons should board directly from the airplane into the life rafts. • The first capable person to board the raft should assist in boarding

  44. Raft Seaworthiness • Persons in the raft should sit with their backs against the rail and their feet toward the center. • When all persons are aboard the raft, the lanyard must be cut. • Rafts should be tied together only in a very calm sea. • Check pressure of raft tubes; additional manual inflation may be necessary.

  45. Lower Cargo Doors Annunciator

  46. AIRCRAFT EXTERIOR LIGHTING