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Title Page - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 00.Title EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 727.0.2
List of Effective Pages - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -00.LEP EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 727.0.3
Revision Record - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 00.RR BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 727.0.4
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - - 727.0.5
707 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 727.0.6
707-100 & 200 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 707.0.1 737
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 707.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 707.0.2 737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 707.0.3 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.0.1
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 707.0.4 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.0.2
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 707.0.5 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.0.3
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.0.4
707-300 & 400 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 707.1.1 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - - 737.0.5
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 707.1.1 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.0.6
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 707.1.2
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 707.1.3 737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.1
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 707.1.4 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.1
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 707.1.5 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.2
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.3
717 BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.4
FLIGHT DECK CNTRL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - 737.1.5
717 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 717.0.1 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.6
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 717.0.1 AUX TANK CAPACITIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.7
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 717.0.2 PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.8
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 717.0.3
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 717.0.4 737- MAX - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.1
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 717.0.5 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.1
EXTERNAL APU FIRE CONTROLS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 717.0.6 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.2
COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - 717.0.7 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.3
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.4
720 FLIGHT DECK CNTRL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - 737.1.5
COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.6
720 & 720B SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 720.0.1
PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 737.1.7
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 720.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 720.0.2 747
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 720.0.3
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 720.0.4 747-100 & 200/-100 & 200 COMBI - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.0.1
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 720.0.5 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.0.2
727 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.0.3
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.0.4
727 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 727.0.1
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - - 747.0.5
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 727.0.1

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747-200 SPECIAL FREIGHTER - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.1.1 PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.6.8
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.1.1 747-400 FREIGHTER SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.7.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.1.2 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.7.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.1.3 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.7.2
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.1.4 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.7.3
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 747.1.5 BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.7.4
747-300 & 300 COMBI SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.2.1 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - - 747.7.5
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.2.1 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.7.6
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.2.2
747 LARGE CARGO FREIGHTER - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.8.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.2.3
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.8.1
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.2.4
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.8.2
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 747.2.5
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.8.3
PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.2.6
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.8.4
747-300 SPECIAL FREIGHTER - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.3.1 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - - 747.8.5
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.3.1 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.8.6
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.3.2 747-8 FREIGHTER SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.9.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.3.3 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.9.1
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.3.4 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.9.2
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 747.3.5 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.9.3
747 SP SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.4.1 BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.9.4
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.4.1 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - - 747.9.5
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.4.2 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.9.6
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.4.3 747-8I - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.10.1
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.4.4 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.10.1
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 747.4.5 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.10.2
747 FREIGHTER SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.5.1 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.10.3
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.5.1 BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.10.4
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.5.2 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 747.10.5
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.5.3 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - 747.10.6
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.5.4 PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.10.7
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 747.5.5
757
747-400 & 400 COMBI SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.6.1
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.6.1 757-200 & 200 COMBI SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.6.2 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.6.3 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.0.2
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.6.4 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.0.3
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.6.5 BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.0.4
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 747.6.6 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - - 757.0.5
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 747.6.7

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757-200 PACKAGE FREIGHTER - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.1.1 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.0.6
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.1.1 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-6 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.0.7
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.1.2 BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.0.8
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.1.3 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - - 777.0.9
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.1.4 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.0.10
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 757.1.5 PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.0.11
757-300 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.2.1 777 FREIGHTER SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.1.1
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.2.1 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.1.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.2.2 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.1.2
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.2.3 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.1.3
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.2.4 BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.1.4
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 757.2.5 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - - 777.1.5
COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - 757.2.6 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.1.6

767 787
767 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.1 787 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 787.0.1
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.1 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 787.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.2 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 787.0.2
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.3 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 787.0.3
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.4 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 787.0.4
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 767.0.5 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 787.0.5
COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.6 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 787.0.6
PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.7 BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 787.0.7
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - - 787.0.8
767 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 787.0.9
767 -2C Freighter - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.1 PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 787.0.10
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.2
DC-3
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.3 DC3 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-3.0.1
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.4 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-3.0.1
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - 767.0.5
COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - 767.0.6 DC-6
DC-6 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-6.0.1
777 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-6.0.1
777 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.0.1
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.0.1 DC-7
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.0.2 DC-7 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-7.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.0.3 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-7.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.0.4 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-7.0.2
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 777.0.5

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EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-7.0.3 DC-8-72 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.6.1
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-7.0.4 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.6.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.6.2
DC-7 FREIGHTER SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-7.1.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.6.3
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-7.1.1
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.6.4
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-7.1.2
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-7.1.3 DC-8-73 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.7.1
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.7.1
DC-8 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.7.2
DC-8 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.0.1 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.7.3
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.0.1 BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.7.4
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.0.2
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.0.3
DC-9
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.0.4 DC-9 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-9.0.1
DC-8 FREIGHTER SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.1.1 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-9.0.1
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.1.1 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-9.0.2
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.1.2 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-9.0.3
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.1.3 BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-9.0.4
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.1.4 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - - DC-9.0.5
EXTERNAL APU FIRE CONTROLS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-9.0.6
DC-8-61 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.2.1
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.2.1 DC-10
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.2.2
DC-10 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-10.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.2.3
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - DC-10.0.1
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.2.4
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-10.0.2
DC-8-62 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.3.1 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-10.0.3
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.3.1 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-10.0.4
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.3.2 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-10.0.5
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.3.3 BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-10.0.6
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.3.4 FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - DC-10.0.7
DC-8-63 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.4.1 EXTERNAL APU FIRE CONTROLS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-10.0.8
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.4.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.4.2
MD-11
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.4.3 MD-11 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-11.0.1
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.4.4 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - MD-11.0.1
DC-8-71 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.5.1 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-11.0.2
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.5.1 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-11.0.3
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.5.2 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-11.0.4
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.5.3 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-11.0.5
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DC-8.5.4 BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-11.0.6
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - - MD-11.0.7

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EXTERNAL APU FIRE CONTROLS - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-11.0.8

MD-80
MD-80 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-80.0.1
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - MD-80.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-80.0.2
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-80.0.3
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-80.0.4
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - MD-80.0.5
EXTERNAL APU FIRE CONTROLS - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-80.0.6

MD-90
MD-90 SERIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-90.0.1
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - MD-90.0.1
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-90.0.2
EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-90.0.3
BATTERY LOCATIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-90.0.4
FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS - - - MD-90.0.5
EXTERNAL APU FIRE CONTROLS - - - - - - - - - - - - - MD-90.0.6

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ARFF * 727.0.1 November 30, 2015 * 747.2.5 November 30, 2015 * 747.10.2 November 30, 2015
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* 747.3.6 November 30, 2015
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Revision Record * 737.0.3 November 30, 2015 * 757.0.2 November 30, 2015
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* 747.6.1 November 30, 2015
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* 747.6.6 November 30, 2015
* 737.1.5 November 30, 2015 * 747.6.7 November 30, 2015 * 757.2.6 November 30, 2015
717 (tab)
* 737.1.6 November 30, 2015 * 747.6.8 November 30, 2015
* 717.0.1 November 30, 2015 * 737.1.7 November 30, 2015 767 (tab)
* 717.0.2 November 30, 2015 * 747.7.1 November 30, 2015
* 737.1.8 November 30, 2015 * 747.7.2 November 30, 2015 * 767.0.1 November 30, 2015
* 717.0.3 November 30, 2015 * 767.0.2 November 30, 2015
* 717.0.4 November 30, 2015 747 (tab) * 747.7.3 November 30, 2015
* 747.7.4 November 30, 2015 * 767.0.3 November 30, 2015
* 717.0.5 November 30, 2015 * 747.0.1 November 30, 2015 * 767.0.4 November 30, 2015
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* 717.0.8 November 30, 2015 * 747.8.1 November 30, 2015
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* 747.8.2 November 30, 2015
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* 747.0.6 November 30, 2015
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* 747.1.1 November 30, 2015
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* 747.1.2 November 30, 2015 * 767.0.1 November 30, 2015
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Model Revision Item


737 - MAX Added new 737 MAX section.
737 - 700C Added reference to lithium ion battery powered devices to the flight deck.
767F Added reference to lithium ion battery powered devices to the flight deck.

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707-100 & 200 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


707 (tab)

PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES 8 PLACES


ON HATRACKS OR NEAR FLOOR LEVEL ON
PARTITIONS

434 GAL -
1643 L
FUEL TANK
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
(RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA)

2333 GAL -
8831 L
FIRE EXTINGUISHER
PORTS ON ENGINE RIGHT PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM BOTTLES IN
2283 GAL - AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT
COWLING (TYPICAL EACH 8642 L

UTILITY AND AUXILIARY RESERVOIR IN


LEFT FILLET AREA
CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM
BOTTLES IN FWD LOWERED 7306 GAL - 27656 L
CEILING OR FWD CARGO
2283 GAL - 8642 L
2333 GAL - 8831 L
434 GAL - 1643 L

FUEL TANK

ENGINE OIL TANK - EACH ENGINE


- RIGHT SIDE HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE ON Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
FORWARD SIDE OF BULKHEAD
WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across and maintain a cooling effect.
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
visual signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
with a pike pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. fragmentation hazard.

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1 ENTRY DOOR EXTERNAL 2 GALLEY DOOR 3 EMERGENCY OVERWING


HANDLE EXTERNAL HANDLE EXIT HATCHES PUSH
PANEL

TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR:


1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. 1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. TO OPEN HATCH:
2. ROTATE CLOCKWISE. 2. ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE. 1. PUSH IN PANEL.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 2. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

WARNING: PASSENGER AND SERVICE DOORS, SLIDE MAY AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOY WHEN DOORS ARE OPENED FROM OUTSIDE.

4 CUT-IN AREAS NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE


POWER EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE
AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
CUT-IN AREAS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS
BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING
COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

2 AFT GALLEY DOOR

3 OVERWING ESCAPE
HATCHES

1 AFT ENTRY DOOR


4 CUT-IN AREAS (NOT
MARKED ON ALL
AIRPLANES)

4 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

2 FORWARD GALLEY
DOOR

1 FORWARD ENTRY
DOOR

1 FLIGHT DECK WINDOWS OPEN 6 FT 1/2 IN. FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND, WHEELS RETRACTED
FROM INSIDE 9 FT 7 IN. FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND, WHEELS EXTENDED

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707-100 & 200 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

BATTERY

MAIN BATTERY

NOSE WHEEL WELL

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707-100 & 200 SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL

BATTERY
NOTE: OPTIONAL LOCATION SWITCH - OFF
FOR T-HANDLES IS ON
THE PILOTS’ LIGHT
SHIELD

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCH - PULL

ENGINE START
LEVERS - CUTOFF

APU MASTER
SWITCH - OFF

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES

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PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES 8 PLACES ON


HATRACKS OR NEAR FLOOR LEVEL ON
PARTITIONS

434 GAL -
FUEL TANK
1643 L

HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
(RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA)

FUEL TANK

2285 GAL -
8650 L
FIRE EXTINGUISHER PORTS ON
ENGINE RIGHT COWLING
(TYPICAL EACH ENGINE) 4036 GAL - PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM BOTTLES IN AFT
15278 L CARGO COMPARTMENT

UTILITY AND AUXILIARY RESERVOIR IN LEFT


FILLET AREA

CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM


BOTTLES IN FWD LOWERED 10190 GAL - 38573 L
CEILING OR FWD CARGO AREA
4036 GAL - 15278 L
2285 GAL - 8650 L
434 GAL - 1643 L

APU FUEL LINE

ENGINE OIL TANK -


EACH ENGINE - RIGHT SIDE

HOT BRAKES
AUXILIARY POWER UNIT FWD CARGO
COMPARTMENT ON 25000 SERIES Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE ON
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
FORWARD SIDE OF BULKHEAD
WHEEL FIRE
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.
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707-300 & 400 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PILOT’S SLIDING 2 ENTRY DOOR EXTERNAL 3 GALLEY DOOR 4 EMERGENCY OVERWING
WINDOWS HANDLE EXTERNAL HANDLE EXIT HATCHES PUSH
PANEL

P P
U U
L S
L H

TO OPEN WINDOW FROM OUTSIDE TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR:


(RT SIDE ONLY) 1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. 1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH IN EXTERNAL ACCESS 2. ROTATE CLOCKWISE. 2. ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE. 1. PUSH IN PANEL.
DOOR. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 2. PUSH HATCH INWARD.
2. PULL EXTERNAL RELEASE
HANDLE.
3. SLIDE WINDOW OPEN. WARNING: PASSENGER AND SERVICE DOORS, SLIDE MAY AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOY WHEN DOORS ARE OPENED FROM OUTSIDE.

5 STATION 990 EMERGENCY EXIT 6 CUT-IN AREAS

CUT-IN AREAS NOTE: CUT-INAREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING


PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE
OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE
INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO
* NEW INTERIOR GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES
HAS STOWAGE AND DOORS. URGENCY OF SITUATION
BIN WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-
* IN.

EMERGENCY EXIT
WARNING
STAND TO SIDE OF EXIT DOOR
DOOR FALLS OUT AND DOWN
ESCAPE SLIDE INFLATES IMMEDIATELY

TO OPEN LIFT HANDLE UP

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707-300 & 400 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

3 AFT GALLEY DOOR

5 CARGO AIRPLANES
ONLY 2 AFT ENTRY DOOR

6 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

6 CUT-IN AREAS (NOT 4 OVERWING


MARKED ON ALL ESCAPE HATCHES
AIRPLANES)

3 FORWARD GALLEY
DOOR

2 FORWARD ENTRY
DOOR

6 FT 1/2 IN. FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND, WHEELS RETRACTED


1 FLIGHT DECK WINDOWS 10 FT 1 IN. FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND, WHEELS EXTENDED
OPEN FROM INSIDE

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

707-300 & 400 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

BATTERY

MAIN BATTERY

NOSE WHEEL WELL

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

707-300 & 400 SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL

BATTERY
NOTE: OPTIONAL LOCATION SWITCH - OFF
FOR T-HANDLES IS ON
THE PILOTS’ LIGHT
SHIELD

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCH - PULL

ENGINE START
LEVERS - CUTOFF

APU MASTER
SWITCH - OFF

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES

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707-300 & 400 SERIES

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717 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


717 (tab)

CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

PORTABLE OXYGEN
FUEL VENT BOX SYSTEM BOTTLE

HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR

ENGINE OIL FIRE EXTINGUISHER


TANKS AGENT CONTAINERS

APU GROUND CONTROL


PANEL ON FUSELAGE

1383 GAL -
5235 L

FUEL TANKS
HYDRAULIC FLUID RESERVIOR
1 IN EACH WHEEL WELL
907 GAL -
3433 L
FUEL TANKS

CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM 1383 GAL - 5235 L


BOTTLES FUEL VENT BOX

HYDRAULIC
ACCUMULATORS

HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
PORTABLE OXYGEN
SYSTEM BOTTLE Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
CREW PORTABLE OXYGEN Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
SYSTEM BOTTLES maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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717 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PASSENGER AND SERVICE 2 OVERWING EMERGENCY 3 TAIL CONE JETTISON LATCH
DOORS EXITS

TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR: EXTERIOR


1. PULL HANDLE FROM RECCESS. 1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE.
2. ROTATE HANDLE AFT. 2. PULL THE HANDLE AND, AT THE
3. PULL DOOR OPEN. SAME TIME, PUSH IN TOP OF
DOOR FORCIBLY.

4 CUT-IN AREAS

CUT-IN AREAS

NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE


POWER EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE
AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS
BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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717 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

JETTISONABLE TAIL
CONE

AFT LOWER CARGO TAIL CONE ACCESS


COMPARTMENT DOOR DOOR

2 OVERWING EMERGENCY 3 TAIL CONE


EXITS JETTISON LATCH

FORWARD LOWER
CARGO DOOR

1 FORWARD SERVICE
ENTRANCE DOOR APU COMPARTMENT
ACCESS DOOR

CLEARVIEW WINDOW-
CHILL PANE WITH CO2
AND BREAK WITH HEAVY 4 CUT-IN AREAS
FIRE AXE FOR ACCESS (NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)
TO HANDLE; SLIDE
WINDOW AFT

1 FORWARD PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR

AVERAGE DISTANCE 2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.
WHEELS RETRACTED: 4 FT.
CLEARVIEW WINDOW
WHEELS EXTENDED: 8 FT.

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717 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

BATTERY

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717 SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS


APU CONTROL PANEL

AGENT AGENT 1 AGENT


DISCH LOW DISCH
1 2 AGENT 2 1 2
LOW
L FIRE
TEST
FAULT
TEST
R 4 FIRE AGENT NO. 2
E E
N N
G G 3 FIRE AGENT NO. 1 APU
FIRE AGENT AIR
F F NO 1 NO 2 OFF
I I
R R OFF
E E DISCH
PULL PULL
FIRE CONT
ON
1 MASTER OFF
LH ENGINE RH ENGINE NORM MASTER
OFF
RUN
START
OFF &

B,D,E AGENT ARM

2 FIRE CONT
C - “ENG FIRE”
HANDLES - PULL

APU SHUTDOWN AND FIRE PROCEDURE


1. APU “MASTER OFF” SWITCH TO “OFF” (UP)
2. IF”APU FIRE” ALERT ON EAD IS DISPLAYED...
3. FIRE CONT SW TO “OFF & AGENT ARM”
4. FIRE AGENT NO. 1 SWITCH TO “DISCH” (DOWN)
5. AFTER 30 SECONDS FIRE AGENT NO. 2 SWITCH TO
“DISCH” (DOWN)

ENGINE SHUTDOWN AND FIRE PROCEDURE


A. FUEL CONTROL SWITCH FROM “ON” TO “OFF” (DOWN)
B. IF LIGHT(S) IN HANDLES ARE ILLUMINATED...
C. PULL HANDLES FULLY OUT
D. ROTATE HANDLES CLOCKWISE
E. AFTER 30 SECONDS, ROTATE HANDLES COUNTERCLOCKWISE

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES
A - FUEL CONTROL
SWITCHES

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717 SERIES EXTERNAL APU FIRE CONTROLS

2 FIRE LIGHT

3 FIRE AGENT 1
APU SHUTDOWN AND FIRE PROCEDURE
4 FIRE AGENT 2
1. “APU SHUT OFF” SWITCH TO “SHUT OFF” (UP)
2. IF “FIRE” LIGHT IS ILLUMINATED...
3. FIRE AGENT 1 SWITCH TO “DISCHARGE” (UP)
4. AFTER 30 SECONDS, FIRE AGENT NO 2 SWITCH TO “DISCHARGE” (UP)

1 APU SHUT
OFF SWITCH

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717 SERIES COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


ELEVATOR TABS
TIP CAP

HORIZONTAL
STABILIZER
FAIRING

TAILCONE

WING TO BODY FAIRING

FLAP HINGE
FAIRINGS

ENTRANCE
STAIR DOOR

RADOME

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717 SERIES

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720 & 720B SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


720 (tab)

PORTABLE OXYGEN
BOTTLES ON HATRACKS
OR NEAR FLOOR LEVEL
ON PARTITIONS

FUEL TANK 434 GAL -


1643 L

HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
(RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA)

2333 GAL -
8831 L

FIRE EXTINGUISHER PORTS ON 1


ENGINE RIGHT COWLING
2283 GAL - PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM BOTTLES IN AFT
(TYPICAL EACH ENGINE)
8642 L CARGO COMPARTMENT

UTILITY AND AUXILIARY RESERVOIR IN LEFT


FILLET AREA
CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM
BOTTLES IN FWD LOWERED
CEILING OR FWD CARGO AREA 2 GAL -
5950
22523 L
FUEL TANK
2283 GAL - 8642 L
2333 GAL - 8831 L
FUEL TANK 434 GAL - 1643 L

FUEL TANK

ENGINE OIL TANK -


EACH ENGINE - RIGHT SIDE
HOT BRAKES
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE ON Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
FORWARD SIDE OF BULKHEAD Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across maintain a cooling effect.
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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720 & 720B SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1

1 ENTRY DOOR EXTERNAL 2 GALLEY DOOR EXTERNAL 3 EMERGENCY OVERWING


HANDLE HANDLE EXIT HATCHES PUSH
PANEL

TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR:


1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. 1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. TO OPEN HATCH:
2. ROTATE CLOCKWISE. 2. ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE. 1. PUSH IN PANEL.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 2. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

WARNING: PASSENGER AND SERVICE DOORS, SLIDE MAY AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOY WHEN DOORS ARE OPENED FROM OUTSIDE.

NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER


4 CUT-IN AREAS EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY
TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO
CUT-IN AREAS GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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720 & 720B SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING
COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

2 AFT GALLEY DOOR

3 OVERWING
ESCAPE HATCHES

1 AFT ENTRY DOOR


4 CUT-IN AREAS (NOT
MARKED ON ALL
AIRPLANES)

4 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

2 FORWARD
GALLEY DOOR

1 FORWARD
ENTRY DOOR

1 FLIGHT DECK WINDOWS OPEN 6 FT 1/2 IN. FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND, WHEELS RETRACTED
FROM INSIDE
9 FT 10 IN. FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND, WHEELS EXTENDED

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720 & 720B SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

BATTERY

MAIN BATTERY

NOSE WHEEL WELL

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720 & 720B SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL

BATTERY
NOTE: OPTIONAL LOCATION SWITCH - OFF
FOR T-HANDLES IS ON
THE PILOTS’ LIGHT
SHIELD

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCH - PULL

ENGINE START
LEVERS - CUTOFF

APU MASTER
SWITCH - OFF

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES

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720 & 720B SERIES

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727 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


727 (tab)

AFT CARGO FUEL TANKS (OPTIONAL)


2 1
860 GAL (FWD) - 3255 L
1070 GAL (AFT) - 4050 L

AIRSTAIR
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR
FORWARD CARGO FUEL TANKS (OPTIONAL)
OXYGEN BOTTLES
810 GAL (EACH CELL) - 3066 L (PORTABLE)

FUEL LINES

VENT SURGE TANK APU


AIRSTAIR HYDRAULIC
(WHEEL WELL)
ACCUMULATOR
FUEL TANK
1793 GAL - FIRE EXT PORT (OUTBD
6787 L ENG ONLY)

ENGINE OIL TANK


(TYPICAL)
1
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR
PORTABLE OXYGEN
(WHEEL WELL)
BOTTLES
4004 GAL -
15155 L APU EMERGENCY CONTROL
OXYGEN BOTTLES PANEL LOCATED IN THE LEFT
(PASSENGERS AND CREW) WHEEL WELL AREA

1793 GAL - 6787 L


2
FUEL TANK
FUEL TANK VENT SURGE TANK
PORTABLE OXYGEN
BOTTLE
HOT BRAKES
PORTABLE OXYGEN Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
BOTTLE Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
maintain a cooling effect.
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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727 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PILOT’S SLIDING WINDOW 2 FWD ENTRY DOOR 3 MID/FWD GALLEY DOOR 4 EMERGENCY OVERWING
(RH AND LH) CARGO AIRPLANES
(RH ONLY) PASSENGER AIRPLANES
EXTERNAL HANDLE EXTERNAL HANDLE EXIT HATCHES PUSH
PANEL

P P
U U
L S
L H

TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR:


TO OPEN WINDOW FROM OUTSIDE: 1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. 1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH IN EXTERNAL ACCESS 2. ROTATE CLOCKWISE. 2. ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE. 1. PUSH IN PANEL.
DOOR. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 2. PUSH HATCH INWARD AND
2. PULL EXTERNAL RELEASE UPWARD.
HANDLE.
3. SLIDE WINDOW OPEN.
WARNING: PASSENGER AND SERVICE DOORS, SLIDE MAY AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOY WHEN DOORS ARE OPENED FROM OUTSIDE.

5 AFT EXIT DOORS EXTERNAL 6 CUT-IN AREAS


HANDLE (200)L NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING
CUT-IN AREAS PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF
TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY
TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED
THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE
DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS.
URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE
NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL OUTWARD LOWER END OF
HANDLE AND ROTATE FORWARD. NEW INTERIOR HAS
STOWAGE BIN
2. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.

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727 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

6 CUT-IN AREAS
AFT ENTRY DOOR OPENS FROM
INSIDE OF THE AFT STAIRS AREA
(Airstair must first be lowered)

4 OVERWING ESCAPE HATCHES


AFT AIRSTAIR EXTERIOR
CONTROL PANEL OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON ACCESS
PANEL
6 CUT-IN AREA
AFT AIRSTAIR

3 GALLEY DOOR
(MOVED FORWARD ON 200
- REMOVED ON 200F) 5 AFT EXIT DOORS
(REMOVED ON 100 AND 200F)

2 FORWARD
ENTRY DOOR 4 OVERWING ESCAPE HATCHES

6 CUT-IN AREA

CARGO DOOR

1 PILOTS’ SLIDING 5 FT 8 IN. FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND, WHEELS RETRACTED


WINDOW 9 FT 1 IN. FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND, WHEELS EXTENDED

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

727 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

MAIN BATTERY

ACCESS DOOR

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727 SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS


HT HT HT HT
-0+

BRIG

BRIG

BRIG

BRIG
ESS TR
ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL 20
50 DC 50
BAT TA 1
ON B
A VALVE ONTRANSIT
0 DC VOLTS 40 AMPS
TA 2 T TANK 1 TANK 2 TANK 3
T OPEN OPEN
E
OFF R
BOTTLE
TRANSFER Y CLOSE CLOSE

D.C. METERS
OPEN OPEN
HT HT
FIRE FIRE FIRE

BRIG

BRIG
FIRE TEST
FIREWALLS
CLOSE CLOSE
VALVE ONTRANSIT
L NOZZLE R NOZZLE
WHEEL OFF TRIP DATE
R E
WELL E V
PULL PULL PULL
BATTERY SWITCH
P RECORDING TIMEE
ENGINES E REMAINING N
& W W 0 0 0 0 0 0 A T
T

D D D D D D
- LIFT GUARD
I I I I I I
S
C
H
S
C
H
S
C
H
S
C
H
S
C
H
S
C
H
BELL
CUTOUT - SWITCH OFF

NOTE: OPTIONAL LOCATION APU FIRE SWITCH


FOR T-HANDLES IS ON - PULL
THE PILOTS’ LIGHT
SHIELD

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD


HT

BRIG
HT

BRIG
MASTER SWITCH
- OFF

ENGINE START
LEVERS - CUTOFF
OVER VOLTAGE OVER VOLTAGE OVER VOLTAGE
SYSTEM 1 SYSTEM 2 SYSTEM 3
UNDER VOLTAGE UNDER VOLTAGE UNDER VOLTAGE
SYSTEM 1 SYSTEM 2 SYSTEM 3
DIFF FAULT DIFF FAULT DIFF FAULT
SYSTEM 1 SYSTEM 2 SYSTEM 3
OVER EXCITER OVER EXCITER OVER EXCITER
SYSTEM 1 SYSTEM 2 SYSTEM 3
UNDER EXCITER UNDER EXCITER UNDER EXCITER
SYSTEM 1 SYSTEM 2 SYSTEM 3
PHASE
APU BLEED UNBALANCE APU CHARGE

RESET TEST

BULKHEAD RIGHT OF
FLIGHT ENGINEERS
PANEL

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES

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727 SERIES COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


FIN TIP FAIRING

RAIN GUTTER

WING TO BODY FAIRING

RADOME

LEADING EDGE ACCESS PANELS

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737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


737 (tab)

390/492/984 GAL -
1476/1862/3725 L
1

WINGLETS
(AS INSTALLED)

OPTIONAL AUXILIARY FUEL


TANK IN LWR AFT CARGO
COMPARTMENT
VENT SURGE TANK

SYSTEM A, B AND STANDBY


HYDRAULIC RESERVOIRS IN
WHEEL WELL AUXILIARY POWER UNIT OIL
TANK
FUEL TANK No. 2
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES
LOCATION VARIES THROUGHOUT
1499 GAL - PASSENGER CABIN
5674 L
APU FUEL LINE

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL LOCATED IN


THE RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA

1 HYDRAULIC BRAKE ACCUMULATORS


CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE IN WHEEL WELL
FWD CARGO AREA 2313 GAL -
8755 L FUEL TANK No. 1

VENT SURGE TANK


PASSENGER OXYGEN
(OPTIONAL) 1499 GAL - 5674 L

PORTABLE OXYGEN
BOTTLE BEHIND FIRST
OFFICER HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
CENTER FUEL TANK ENGINE OIL TANK
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
RIGHT SIDE EACH
ENGINE - CFM-56 WHEEL FIRE
(LEFT SIDE ALL Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
OTHERS) maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across temperature is excessive.
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike fragmentation hazard.
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

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November 30, 2015 737.0.1


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 CO-PILOT’S SLIDING WINDOW 2 FWD AND AFT ENTRY DOOR 3 FWD AND AFT SERVICE DOOR
(PILOT’S WINDOW - AS INSTALLED) EXTERNAL HANDLE (LH SIDE) EXTERNAL HANDLE (RH SIDE)
EXTERNAL EXTERNAL
ACCESS RELEASE
DOOR HANDLE

P P
U U
S L
H L
TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. 1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD.
TO OPEN WINDOW FROM OUTSIDE: 2. ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
2. ROTATE CLOCKWISE.
1. PUSH IN EXTERNAL ACCESS DOOR. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.
2. PULL EXTERNAL RELEASE HANDLE.
3. SLIDE WINDOW OPEN. WARNING: PASSENGER AND SERVICE DOORS, SLIDE MAY AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOY WHEN DOORS ARE OPENED FROM
OUTSIDE.

4 EMERGENCY OVERWING ESCAPE 5 CARGO DOOR OPERATION 6 CUT-IN AREAS


HATCH
CUT-IN AREAS
EMERGENCY EXIT CAUTION:
Make Sure Al l Per sons and
Eq uip me nt Are Cle ar of th e Doo r.
Do No t Ope n the Do or Wh en the
Air p lan e I s Pr e ss u ris e d.
Rem ove Class Divi der and Al l
PRESS TO UNLATCH L oo s e I t ems W it hin St o ra ge Bins
Be for e O pe nin g Car go Do or .
Car g o Doo r Mo ve me nt Ca n
PUSH HATCH INWARD Cause Injur y to Per sons and
Damage Equipment.

AND LIFT UP Loose Items Can Fall and


Cause Injur y.

TO OPEN CARGO DOOR 1.


UNLOCK THE EXT. DOOR
HANDLE
2. VERIFY UNLOCKED LIGHT
IS ON.
3. HOLD THE UP TO CANOPY
SWITCH IN POSITION UNTIL
DOOR MOTION STOPS.

TO OPEN HATCH FROM OUTSIDE: NOTE:


1. PUSH IN PANEL. CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE
2. PUSH HATCH INWARD & LIFT UP. POWER EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE
AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS
BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE

3 AFT SERVICE DOOR

CARGO DOOR (RIGHT SIDE)


OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR

4 EMERGENCY OVERWING
ESCAPE HATCHES (ALL)

4 EMERGENCY OVERWING 2 AFT ENTRY DOOR


ESCAPE HATCHES (-400)

6 CUT-IN AREAS

6 CUT-IN AREAS
CARGO DOOR ( RIGHT SIDE)
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR

3 FWD SERVICE DOOR

5 CARGO DOOR 6 CUT-IN AREAS LOCATED


(AS INSTALLED) BETWEEN WING FRONT SPAR
AND ESCAPE HATCH (THREE
BAYS) BELOW WINDOWS AND
AVERAGE DISTANCE ABOVE FLOORS
1 PILOT’S SLIDING WINDOWS FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
(AS INSTALLED)
WHEELS RETRACTED: 5: FT
2 FWD ENTRY DOOR WHEELS EXTENDED: 8 FT 6 IN.

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November 30, 2015 737.0.3


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

BATTERY (-100 & -200)

BATTERY (-300, -400, -500)

E/E COMPARTMENT
ACCESS DOOR

OPTIONAL BATTERY

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737.0.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS


APU
APU DELAY
OFF
OFF ON
OFF
OR START

ON

START

BATTERY SWITCH
- LIFT GUARD
- SWITCH - OFF
APU MASTER
SWITCH - OFF

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCH - PULL

IDLE
START LEVERS
- CUTOFF

ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL


CUTOFF (IF NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE.)
1 2

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

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November 30, 2015 737.0.5


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-100/200/300/400/500 SERIES COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


HORIZONTAL STABILIZER VERTICAL STABILIZER TIP
TRAILING EDGE AND TIP
RUDDER

TAILCONE
ASSEMBLY

ELEVATOR TAB
UPPER WING FIXED STRUCTURE
TRAILING EDGE
PANELS

UPPER WING FIXED


LEADING EDGE
PANELS

NACELLE STRUT
FAIRING
WING TRAILING EDGE
MAIN FLAP ASSEMBLY
SPOILERS AILERONS/TAB SKIN
AND STRUCTURE

RADOME

ENGINE COWL
LOWER WING FIXED
LEADING EDGE
PANELS

NOSE LANDING
LOWER WING FIXED GEAR DOORS
TRAILING EDGE
PANELS
WING TO BODY
FAIRING

MAIN LANDING
GEAR DOORS
AND FAIRINGS
FLAP TRACK
FAIRINGS

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737.0.6 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


1 AUXILIARY FUEL TANK
LOCATIONS (BBJ ONLY-SEE AUX
TANK CAPACITY PAGE)

WINGLETS
(AS INSTALLED)

VENT SURGE TANK


AUXILIARY POWER UNIT OIL
TANK
SYSTEM A, B AND STANDBY
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIRS IN
WHEEL WELL

FUEL TANK No. 2

PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES


LOCATION VARIES THROUGHOUT
1288 GAL -
4876 L PASSENGER CABIN

APU FUEL LINE

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL LOCATED IN


1 THE RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA
CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE
FWD CARGO AREA 4299 GAL - HYDRAULIC BRAKE ACCUMULATORS
16273 L IN WHEEL WELL

1288 GAL - 4876 L FUEL TANK No. 1

PORTABLE OXYGEN WINGLETS


BOTTLE BEHIND FIRST (AS INSTALLED)
OFFICER
CENTER FUEL TANK

HOT BRAKES
ENGINE OIL TANK RIGHT
SIDE EACH ENGINE Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. maintain a cooling effect.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure,
visual signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked
WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
with a pike pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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November 30, 2015 737.1.1


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 CO-PILOT’S SLIDING WINDOW 2 FWD AND AFT ENTRY DOOR 3 FWD AND AFT SERVICE DOOR
(PILOT’S WINDOW - AS INSTALLED) EXTERNAL HANDLE (LH SIDE) EXTERNAL HANDLE (RH SIDE)
EXTERNAL EXTERNAL
ACCESS RELEASE
DOOR HANDLE

P P
U U
S L
H L
TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. 1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD.
TO OPEN WINDOW FROM OUTSIDE: 2. ROTATE CLOCKWISE. 2. ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
1. PUSH IN EXTERNAL ACCESS DOOR. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.
2. PULL EXTERNAL RELEASE HANDLE.
3. SLIDE WINDOW OPEN. WARNING: PASSENGER AND SERVICE DOORS, SLIDE MAY AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOY WHEN DOORS ARE OPENED
FROM OUTSIDE

4 EMERGENCY OVERWING EXIT DOOR 5 CARGO DOOR OPERATION 6 CUT-IN AREAS


EMERGENCY EXIT WARNING CUT-IN AREAS
ONLY DOOR SWINGS
OUT AND UP CAUTION:
Make Sure Al l Per sons and

PUSH TO OPEN HOLD YOUR


Eq uip me nt Are Cle ar of th e Doo r.
Do No t Ope n the Do or Wh en the
Air p lan e I s Pr e ss u ris e d.
Rem ove Class Divi der and Al l
DOOR OPENS OUT AND UP KNEE AGAINST L oo s e I t ems W it hin St o ra ge Bins
Be for e O pe nin g Car go Do or .
Car g o Doo r Mo ve me nt Ca n

AUTOMATICALLY DOOR WHILE Cause Injur y to Per sons and


Damage Equipment.
Loose Items Can Fall and

OPENING OR Cause Injur y.

SERIOUS
EXTERIOR OVERWING INJURY CAN
EMERGENCY EXIT OCCUR TO OPEN CARGO DOOR:
PUSH PANEL
TO OPEN DOOR FROM OUTSIDE: 1. UNLOCK THE EXT. DOOR
HANDLE.
1. HOLD KNEE AGAINST LOWER
PORTION OF DOOR. 2. VERIFY UNLOCKED LIGHT
IS ON.
2. PUSH IN EXTERIOR OVERWING
EMERGENCY EXIT PUSH PANEL. 3. HOLD THE UP TO CANOPY
SWITCH IN POSITION UNTIL
3. DOOR OPENS OUT AND UP
DOOR MOTION STOPS.
AUTOMATICALLY.
NOTE:

WARNING: 737-600/700/800/900 MODELS HAVE A SPRING LOADED CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE
UPWARD SWINGING OVERWING EXIT DOOR IN LIEU OF A HATCH. POWER EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE
FOLLOW THE OPENING PROCEDURE INDICATED ABOVE TO AVOID AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
INJURY. RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS
BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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737.1.2 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE

WINGLETS
(AS INSTALLED)

3 AFT SERVICE DOOR

CARGO DOOR (RIGHT SIDE)


OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR
4 EMERGENCY OVERWING
EXIT DOORS (ALL)

4 EMERGENCY OVERWING
EXIT DOORS (-800, -900)
2 AFT ENTRY DOOR

6 CUT-IN AREAS

6 CUT-IN AREAS
CARGO DOOR ( RIGHT SIDE)
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR

WINGLETS
3 FWD SERVICE DOOR (AS INSTALLED)

5 CARGO DOOR
(737-700C)
6 CUT-IN AREAS LOCATED
BETWEEN WING FRONT SPAR
AVERAGE DISTANCE AND ESCAPE HATCH (THREE
1 PILOT’S SLIDING WINDOWS
(AS INSTALLED) BAYS) BELOW WINDOWS AND
FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
ABOVE FLOORS
2 FWD ENTRY DOOR WHEELS RETRACTED: 5: FT
WHEELS EXTENDED: 8 FT 6 IN.

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November 30, 2015 737.1.3


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

BATTERY (-600, -700, -800, -900, ER,


BBJ, BBJ-2)
ACCESSIBLE FROM FORWARD
CARGO COMPARTMENT

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737.1.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 FLIGHT DECK CNTRL SWITCH LOCATIONS


APU
APU DELAY
OFF
OFF ON
OFF
OR START

ON

START

BATTERY SWITCH
- LIFT GUARD
- SWITCH - OFF
APU MASTER
SWITCH - OFF

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCH - PULL

IDLE
START LEVERS -
CUTOFF

CUTOFF
ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL
1 2
(IF NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE.)

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES

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November 30, 2015 737.1.5


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


VERTICAL STABILIZER TIP

VERTICAL STABILIZER
TRAILING EDGE RUDDER

WINGLETS TAILCONE
(As installed) ASSEMBLY

UPPER WING FIXED ELEVATOR TAB


TRAILING EDGE STRUCTURE
PANELS
UPPER WING FIXED
LEADING EDGE
PANELS
DORSAL ELEVATOR UPPER
FIN SKIN AND LOWER SKIN

NACELLE STRUT
FAIRING WING TRAILING EDGE
MAIN FLAP ASSEMBLY

WINGLETS
(As installed)

RADOME AILERONS/TAB SKIN


AND STRUCTURE
THRUST REVERSER

LOWER WING FIXED


LEADING EDGE
PANELS
NOSE LANDING
GEAR DOORS
LOWER WING FIXED
TRAILING EDGE
PANELS

FLAP TRACK
FAIRINGS

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737.1.6 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 AUX TANK CAPACITIES

AUX FUEL GALLONS LITERS TOTAL TOTAL


CELLS GALLONS LITERS
(ALL TANKS) (ALL TANKS)

3 AFT
3 AFT 1,485 5,685 8,360 31,710 5 AFT 4 FWD

4 AFT 2,010 7,676 8,885 33,701


3 AFT - 1 FWD 2,000 7,639 8,875 33,664
3 AFT - 2 FWD 2,530 9,647 9,405 35,672
4 AFT - 2 FWD 3,055 11,639 9,930 37,664
5 AFT - 2 FWD 3,360 12,797 10,235 38,822
5 AFT - 3 FWD 3,605 13,727 10,480 39,752
5 AFT - 4 FWD 3,850 14,656 10,725 40,681

3 AFT/1 FWD 5 AFT/3 FWD

4 AFT 3 AFT/2 FWD 4 AFT/2 FWD 5 AFT/2 FWD

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November 30, 2015 737.1.7


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737-600/700/800/900/ER/BBJ/BBJ-2 PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS

Passenger Seatbelt Airbags


NOTE: Some models have optional seatbelt airbags. These seatbelts are
noticeably thicker due to the airbag mechanism.
CAUTION: AVOID AREA IN FRONT OF THE UNDEPLOYED AIRBAG
SEAT. DO NOT PLACE EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR THE SEAT, STAND CLEAR
OF UN-DEPLOYED AIRBAGS.

Lap Inflatable
Seatbelt

Firing System is
contained within seat
assembly

Side View
Front View
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISABLE THE SYSTEM AND
NEVER ASSUME THAT DISCONNECTING POWER WILL DISABLE THE
Note: Firing system is contained in seat assembly and consists of a
AIRBAG SYSTEM. THIS SHOULD ONLY BE DONE BY PROPERLY TRAINED
high pressure (up to 7,400 psi) compressed gas cylinder (inflator)
MECHANICS.
that is actuated by an independent battery.

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737.1.8 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737- MAX FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS

VENT SURGE TANK


AUXILIARY POWER UNIT OIL
TANK
SYSTEM A, B AND STANDBY
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIRS IN
WHEEL WELL

FUEL TANK No. 2

PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES


LOCATION VARIES THROUGHOUT
1288 GAL -
4876 L PASSENGER CABIN

APU FUEL LINE

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL LOCATED IN


THE RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA
CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE
FWD CARGO AREA 4299 GAL - HYDRAULIC BRAKE ACCUMULATORS
16273 L IN WHEEL WELL

1288 GAL - 4876 L FUEL TANK No. 1

PORTABLE OXYGEN
BOTTLE BEHIND FIRST
OFFICER
CENTER FUEL TANK

HOT BRAKES
ENGINE OIL TANK RIGHT
SIDE EACH ENGINE Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. maintain a cooling effect.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure,
visual signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked
WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
with a pike pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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November 30, 2015 737.1.1


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737- MAX EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 CO-PILOT’S SLIDING WINDOW 2 FWD AND AFT ENTRY DOOR 3 FWD AND AFT SERVICE DOOR
(PILOT’S WINDOW - AS INSTALLED) EXTERNAL HANDLE (LH SIDE) EXTERNAL HANDLE (RH SIDE)
EXTERNAL EXTERNAL
ACCESS RELEASE
DOOR HANDLE

P P
U U
S L
H L
TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD. 1. PULL HANDLE OUTWARD.
TO OPEN WINDOW FROM OUTSIDE: 2. ROTATE CLOCKWISE. 2. ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
1. PUSH IN EXTERNAL ACCESS DOOR. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.
2. PULL EXTERNAL RELEASE HANDLE.
3. SLIDE WINDOW OPEN. WARNING: PASSENGER AND SERVICE DOORS, SLIDE MAY AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOY WHEN DOORS ARE OPENED
FROM OUTSIDE

4 EMERGENCY OVERWING EXIT DOOR 5 CARGO DOOR OPERATION 6 CUT-IN AREAS


EMERGENCY EXIT WARNING CUT-IN AREAS
ONLY DOOR SWINGS
OUT AND UP CAUTION:
Make Sure Al l Per sons and

PUSH TO OPEN HOLD YOUR


Eq uip me nt Are Cle ar of th e Doo r.
Do No t Ope n the Do or Wh en the
Air p lan e I s Pr e ss u ris e d.
Rem ove Class Divi der and Al l
DOOR OPENS OUT AND UP KNEE AGAINST L oo s e I t ems W it hin St o ra ge Bins
Be for e O pe nin g Car go Do or .
Car g o Doo r Mo ve me nt Ca n

AUTOMATICALLY DOOR WHILE Cause Injur y to Per sons and


Damage Equipment.
Loose Items Can Fall and

OPENING OR Cause Injur y.

SERIOUS
EXTERIOR OVERWING INJURY CAN
EMERGENCY EXIT OCCUR TO OPEN CARGO DOOR:
PUSH PANEL
TO OPEN DOOR FROM OUTSIDE: 1. UNLOCK THE EXT. DOOR
HANDLE.
1. HOLD KNEE AGAINST LOWER
PORTION OF DOOR. 2. VERIFY UNLOCKED LIGHT
IS ON.
2. PUSH IN EXTERIOR OVERWING
EMERGENCY EXIT PUSH PANEL. 3. HOLD THE UP TO CANOPY
SWITCH IN POSITION UNTIL
3. DOOR OPENS OUT AND UP
DOOR MOTION STOPS.
AUTOMATICALLY.
NOTE:

WARNING: 737-600/700/800/900 MODELS HAVE A SPRING LOADED CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE
UPWARD SWINGING OVERWING EXIT DOOR IN LIEU OF A HATCH. POWER EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE
FOLLOW THE OPENING PROCEDURE INDICATED ABOVE TO AVOID AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
INJURY. RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS
BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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737.1.2 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737- MAX EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE

3 AFT SERVICE DOOR

CARGO DOOR (RIGHT SIDE)


OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR
4 EMERGENCY OVERWING
EXIT DOORS (ALL)

4 EMERGENCY OVERWING
EXIT DOORS (-800, -900)
2 AFT ENTRY DOOR

6 CUT-IN AREAS

6 CUT-IN AREAS
CARGO DOOR ( RIGHT SIDE)
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR

3 FWD SERVICE DOOR

6 CUT-IN AREAS LOCATED


BETWEEN WING FRONT SPAR
AVERAGE DISTANCE AND ESCAPE HATCH (THREE
1 PILOT’S SLIDING WINDOWS
(AS INSTALLED) BAYS) BELOW WINDOWS AND
FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
ABOVE FLOORS
2 FWD ENTRY DOOR WHEELS RETRACTED: 5: FT
WHEELS EXTENDED: 8 FT 6 IN.

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November 30, 2015 737.1.3


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737- MAX BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT)

BATTERY
ACCESSIBLE FROM FORWARD
CARGO COMPARTMENT

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737.1.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737- MAX FLIGHT DECK CNTRL SWITCH LOCATIONS


APU
APU DELAY
OFF
OFF ON
OFF
OR START

ON

START

BATTERY SWITCH
- LIFT GUARD
- SWITCH - OFF
APU MASTER
SWITCH - OFF

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCH - PULL

START LEVERS - CUTOFF

L FUEL CONTROL R

IDLE

ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL


CUTOFF (IF NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE.)

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES

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November 30, 2015 737.1.5


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737- MAX COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


VERTICAL STABILIZER TIP

VERTICAL STABILIZER
TRAILING EDGE RUDDER

WINGLETS TAILCONE
(As installed) ASSEMBLY

UPPER WING FIXED ELEVATOR TAB


TRAILING EDGE STRUCTURE
PANELS
UPPER WING FIXED
LEADING EDGE
PANELS
DORSAL ELEVATOR UPPER
FIN SKIN AND LOWER SKIN

NACELLE STRUT
FAIRING WING TRAILING EDGE
MAIN FLAP ASSEMBLY

WINGLETS
(As installed)

RADOME AILERONS/TAB SKIN


AND STRUCTURE
THRUST REVERSER

LOWER WING FIXED


LEADING EDGE
PANELS
NOSE LANDING
GEAR DOORS
LOWER WING FIXED
TRAILING EDGE
PANELS

FLAP TRACK
FAIRINGS

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737- MAX PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS

Passenger Seatbelt Airbags


NOTE: Some models have optional seatbelt airbags. These seatbelts are
noticeably thicker due to the airbag mechanism.
CAUTION: AVOID AREA IN FRONT OF THE UNDEPLOYED AIRBAG
SEAT. DO NOT PLACE EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR THE SEAT, STAND CLEAR
OF UN-DEPLOYED AIRBAGS.

Lap Inflatable
Seatbelt

Firing System is
contained within seat
assembly

Side View
Front View
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISABLE THE SYSTEM AND
NEVER ASSUME THAT DISCONNECTING POWER WILL DISABLE THE
Note: Firing system is contained in seat assembly and consists of a
AIRBAG SYSTEM. THIS SHOULD ONLY BE DONE BY PROPERLY TRAINED
high pressure (up to 7,400 psi) compressed gas cylinder (inflator)
MECHANICS.
that is actuated by an independent battery.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

737- MAX

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-100 & 200/-100 & 200 COMBI FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


747 (tab)

PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES


SURGE TANK 8 PLACES UNDER FIRST OUTBOARD
SEAT FORWARD OF DOOR

APU
FUEL VENT AND HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
OVERFLOW LOCATED (RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA)
BENEATH WING 788 GAL -
2983 L

FUEL TANK 534

4482 GAL FUEL TANK


- 16966 L

APU FUEL LINE

PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES 2 PLACES


12546 GAL UNDER FLIGHT ATTENDANT SEAT AFT OF
FUEL TANKS - 47492 L
DOOR

SIDE CARGO DOOR (COMBI)


CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM
BOTTLE IN FWD CARGO
COMPARTMENT -100 13200 GAL -
FUEL TANKS FUEL VENT AND
49967 L OVERFLOW LOCATED
-200 17164 GAL - BENEATH WING
64973 L
12546 GAL - 47492 L
4482 GAL - 16966 L
534 788 GAL - 2983 L

SURGE TANK
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR 4
PLACES ON ENGINE
STRUTS
HOT BRAKES
ENGINE OIL TANK -
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE ON FORWARD RIGHT SIDE OR Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT CEILING REAR LEFT SIDE Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
OF EACH ENGINE Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. maintain a cooling effect.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.
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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-100 & 200/-100 & 200 COMBI EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY DOORS (10) EXTERNAL HANDLE 2 UPPER DECK CREW DOOR EXTERNAL HANDLE
HANDLE RELEASE TO OPEN DOOR:
(AS INSTALLED)
BUTTON 1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE BUTTON AND
PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS. BUTTERFLY BUTTERFLY WITH TEE
2. ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN” SLIDE DISARM
ARROW.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD

NOTE: OPENING A DOOR FROM THE OUTSIDE


DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY EVACUATION
SYSTEM AND THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL NOT
SLIDE DISARM HANDLE
DEPLOY.
TO OPEN DOOR:
1. DISARM SLIDE (ONLY REQUIRED ON BUTTERFLY WITH SLIDE DISARM)
2. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS AND ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN” ARROW.
3. SLIDE DOOR AFT.

NOTE: THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL REMAIN IN THE DOORWAY.

3 CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH 4 CUT-IN AREAS


EXTERNAL HANDLE NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND
DOORS. URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH RELEASE TRIGGER ON HANDLE (HANDLE WILL SPRING OUT
FROM RECESS APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES).
2. ROTATE HANDLE 180° CLOCKWISE
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-100 & 200/-100 & 200 COMBI EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

4 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

APU ACCESS HATCH

SIDE CARGO DOOR

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL


3 CREW OVERHEAD
LOCATED ON RIGHT INBOARD MAIN
ESCAPE HATCH
LANDING GEAR BULKHEAD

A) CONTROL CABIN/LOUNGE FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND


WHEELS RETRACTED: 18 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 24 FT 6 IN.
B) UPPER DECK CREW DOOR HANDLE
C WHEELS RETRACTED: 20 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 27 FT
1 ENTRY DOORS (10) D A C) PASSENGER CABIN FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
B WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT
E D) ENTRY DOOR HANDLE
2 UPPER DECK CREW DOOR
RH SIDE - STANDARD INSTALLATION WHEELS RETRACTED: 13 FT - WHEELS EXTENDED: 19 FT 2 IN.
LH SIDE - AS INSTALLED E) CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH
WHEELS RETRACTED: 25 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 32 FT

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November 30, 2015 747.0.3


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-100 & 200/-100 & 200 COMBI BATTERY LOCATIONS

ACCESS DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

MAIN BATTERY

APU BATTERY

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747.0.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-100 & 200/-100 & 200 COMBI FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL


APU FIRE T-HANDLE - PULL

FIRE FIRE WHEEL WELL FIRE DET FIRE FIRE SQUIB FIRE
TEST APU RPM OK
% 3
WHEEL 120 0
WELL SMOKE 2 OIL SQUIB TEST
QTY
100 20 U S QTS

80 40
1 APU
PULL PULL PULL PULL 60 0 FIRE DET
PULL
A
DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE
FUEL APU
L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL 8 VALVE BLEED AIR A A B
PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH 10 OPEN START B FIRE TEST
DC PUMP O
6 EGT ON
C X 100 ON T
APU H BTL
4 FAULT B PUSH
2 CLOSE STOP FAULT TEST
APU
B
NOTE: OPTIONAL LOCATION DOOR

FOR T-HANDLES IS ON
THE PILOTS’ LIGHT
SHIELD

APU MASTER SWITCH - STOP

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

40 100
DC
VOLTS 50 150
30 + DC
0 0 AMPS
-
20 10 50 150
100

DC METERS
BATTERY
ON ON ON ON
APU ESS BATT
BATT TR
ON ON ON
OFF TR 1 TR 2 TR 3

BATTERY SWITCH
- LIFT GUARD
ENGINE START
LEVERS - CUTOFF - SWITCH OFF

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-100 & 200/-100 & 200 COMBI

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747.0.6 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-200 SPECIAL FREIGHTER FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS

SURGE TANK

APU
FUEL VENT AND HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
OVERFLOW LOCATED (RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA)
BENEATH WING 788 GAL -
2983 L

FUEL TANK 534

4482 GAL FUEL TANK


- 16966 L

APU FUEL LINE

12546 GAL
FUEL TANKS - 47492 L

SIDE CARGO DOOR


CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM
BOTTLE IN FWD CARGO
COMPARTMENT FUEL VENT AND
17164 GAL - FUEL TANKS
64973 L
OVERFLOW LOCATED
BENEATH WING
12546 GAL - 47492 L
4482 GAL - 16966 L
534 788 GAL - 2983 L

SURGE TANK
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR 4
PLACES ON ENGINE
STRUTS
HOT BRAKES
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE ON ENGINE OIL TANK - Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT CEILING FORWARD RIGHT SIDE OR Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
REAR LEFT SIDE
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
OF EACH ENGINE
WHEEL FIRE
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
maintain a cooling effect.
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.
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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-200 SPECIAL FREIGHTER EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY DOORS (10) EXTERNAL HANDLE 2 UPPER DECK CREW DOOR EXTERNAL HANDLE
HANDLE RELEASE TO OPEN DOOR: (AS INSTALLED)
BUTTON 1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE BUTTON AND
PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS. BUTTERFLY BUTTERFLY WITH TEE
2. ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN” SLIDE DISARM
ARROW.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD

NOTE: OPENING A DOOR FROM THE OUTSIDE


DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY EVACUATION
SYSTEM AND THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL NOT
DEPLOY. SLIDE DISARM HANDLE
TO OPEN DOOR:
1. DISARM SLIDE (ONLY REQUIRED ON BUTTERFLY WITH SLIDE DISARM)
2. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS AND ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN” ARROW.
3. SLIDE DOOR AFT.

NOTE: THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL REMAIN IN THE DOORWAY.

3 CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH 4 CUT-IN AREAS


EXTERNAL HANDLE NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND
DOORS. URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH RELEASE TRIGGER ON HANDLE (HANDLE WILL SPRING OUT
FROM RECESS APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES).
2. ROTATE HANDLE 180° CLOCKWISE
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-200 SPECIAL FREIGHTER EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

4 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

APU ACCESS HATCH

1 ENTRY DOOR (5L)

SIDE CARGO DOOR

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL


3 CREW OVERHEAD
LOCATED ON RIGHT INBOARD MAIN
ESCAPE HATCH
LANDING GEAR BULKHEAD

A) CONTROL CABIN/LOUNGE FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND


WHEELS RETRACTED: 18 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 24 FT 6 IN.
B) UPPER DECK CREW DOOR HANDLE
C WHEELS RETRACTED: 20 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 27 FT
1 ENTRY DOORS (10)
D A C) PASSENGER CABIN FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
B WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT
2 UPPER DECK CREW DOOR E D) ENTRY DOOR HANDLE
RH SIDE - STANDARD INSTALLATION WHEELS RETRACTED: 13 FT - WHEELS EXTENDED: 19 FT 2 IN.
LH SIDE - AS INSTALLED E) CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH
WHEELS RETRACTED: 25 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 32 FT

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-200 SPECIAL FREIGHTER BATTERY LOCATIONS

ACCESS DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

MAIN BATTERY

APU BATTERY

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747.1.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-200 SPECIAL FREIGHTER FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL


APU FIRE T-HANDLE - PULL

FIRE FIRE WHEEL WELL FIRE DET FIRE FIRE SQUIB FIRE
TEST APU RPM OK
% 3
WHEEL 120 0
WELL SMOKE 2 OIL SQUIB TEST
QTY
100 20 U S QTS

80 40
1 APU
PULL PULL PULL PULL 60 0 FIRE DET
PULL
A
DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE
FUEL APU
L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL 8 VALVE BLEED AIR A A B
PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH 10 OPEN START B FIRE TEST
DC PUMP O
6 EGT ON
C X 100 ON T
APU H BTL
4 FAULT B PUSH
2 CLOSE STOP FAULT TEST
APU
B
NOTE: OPTIONAL LOCATION DOOR

FOR T-HANDLES IS ON
THE PILOTS’ LIGHT
SHIELD

APU MASTER SWITCH - STOP

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

40 100
DC
VOLTS 50 150
30 + DC
0 0 AMPS
-
20 10 50 150
100

DC METERS
BATTERY
ON ON ON ON
APU ESS BATT
BATT TR
ON ON ON
OFF TR 1 TR 2 TR 3

BATTERY SWITCH
- LIFT GUARD
ENGINE START
LEVERS - CUTOFF - SWITCH OFF

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-200 SPECIAL FREIGHTER

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747.1.6 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-300 & 300 COMBI SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS

SURGE TANK

FUEL VENT AND APU


OVERFLOW LOCATED
BENEATH WING
788 GAL - HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
2983 L (RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA)

FUEL TANK 534

4482 GAL FUEL TANK


- 16966 L

APU FUEL LINE

12546 GAL
FUEL TANKS - 47492 L

SIDE CARGO DOOR (COMBI)


CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM
BOTTLE IN FWD CARGO
COMPARTMENT
17164 GAL - FUEL TANKS FUEL VENT AND
64973 L OVERFLOW LOCATED
BENEATH WING
12546 GAL - 47492 L
4482 GAL - 16966 L
534 788 GAL - 2983 L

SURGE TANK
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR 4
PLACES ON ENGINE
STRUTS
HOT BRAKES
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE ON ENGINE OIL TANK - Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT CEILING FORWARD RIGHT SIDE OR
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
REAR LEFT SIDE
OF EACH ENGINE Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. maintain a cooling effect.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.
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November 30, 2015 747.2.1


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-300 & 300 COMBI SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY DOORS (10) EXTERNAL HANDLE 2 CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH EXTERNAL HANDLE
HANDLE RELEASE TO OPEN DOOR:
BUTTON 1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE BUTTON AND
PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS.
2. ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN”
ARROW.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD

NOTE: OPENING A DOOR FROM THE OUTSIDE


DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY EVACUATION
SYSTEM AND THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL NOT
DEPLOY. TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH RELEASE TRIGGER ON HANDLE (HANDLE WILL SPRING OUT FROM
RECESS APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES).
2. ROTATE HANDLE 180° CLOCKWISE.
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

3 UPPER DECK EMERGENCY DOORS (2) 4 CUT-IN AREAS


TO OPEN DOOR: NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER
EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY
1. PUSH OUTSIDE DISARM LEVER.
TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO
2. LIFT DOOR HANDLE. GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.
NOTE: PUSHING IN THE DISARM LEVER DISARMS THE SLIDE AND
DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM.
NOTE: CONTROL ACCESS COVER FORWARD OF THE LH DOOR
AND AFT OF THE RH DOOR.

3. OPEN CONTROL ACCESS COVER


4. MOVE GUARDED EMERGENCY DOOR SWITCH TO OPEN. EMER DOOR
DOOR OPEN
OPEN
CAUTION: STAND TO THE SIDE OF THE DOOR AS THE DOOR WILL
OPEN RAPIDLY AND CANNOT BE STOPPED.
DOOR
OFF CLOSE
PULL
PUSH

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-300 & 300 COMBI SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

4 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

APU ACCESS HATCH

SIDE CARGO DOOR


3 UPPER DECK
EMERGENCY
DOORS (2)

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL


2 CREW OVERHEAD LOCATED ON RIGHT INBOARD MAIN
ESCAPE HATCH LANDING GEAR BULKHEAD

A) CONTROL CABIN/LOUNGE FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND


WHEELS RETRACTED: 18 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 24 FT 6 IN.
1 ENTRY DOORS (10)
B) UPPER DECK EMERGENCY DOOR HANDLE
C WHEELS RETRACTED: 20 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 27 FT
B
D A C) PASSENGER CABIN FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT
E D) ENTRY DOOR HANDLE
WHEELS RETRACTED: 13 FT - WHEELS EXTENDED: 19 FT 2 IN.
E) CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH
WHEELS RETRACTED: 25 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 32 FT

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November 30, 2015 747.2.3


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-300 & 300 COMBI SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

APU BATTERY

ACCESS DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

MAIN BATTERY

APU BATTERY

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747.2.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-300 & 300 COMBI SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL


APU FIRE T-HANDLE - PULL

FIRE FIRE WHEEL WELL FIRE DET FIRE FIRE SQUIB FIRE
TEST APU RPM OK
% 3
WHEEL 120 0
WELL SMOKE 2 OIL SQUIB TEST
QTY
100 20 U S QTS

80 40
1 APU
PULL PULL PULL PULL 60 0 FIRE DET
PULL
A
DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE
FUEL APU
L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL 8 VALVE BLEED AIR A A B
PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH 10 OPEN START B FIRE TEST
DC PUMP O
6 EGT ON
C X 100 ON T
APU H BTL
4 FAULT B PUSH
2 CLOSE STOP FAULT TEST
APU
B
NOTE: OPTIONAL LOCATION DOOR

FOR T-HANDLES IS ON
THE PILOTS’ LIGHT
SHIELD

APU MASTER SWITCH - STOP

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

40 100
DC
VOLTS 50 150
30 + DC
0 0 AMPS
-
20 10 50 150
100

DC METERS
BATTERY
ON ON ON ON
APU ESS BATT
BATT TR
ON ON ON
OFF TR 1 TR 2 TR 3

BATTERY SWITCH
- LIFT GUARD
ENGINE START
LEVERS - CUTOFF - SWITCH OFF

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

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November 30, 2015 747.2.5


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-300 & 300 COMBI SERIES PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS

Passenger Seatbelt Airbags


NOTE: Some models have optional seatbelt airbags. These seatbelts are
noticeably thicker due to the airbag mechanism.
CAUTION: AVOID AREA IN FRONT OF THE UNDEPLOYED AIRBAG
SEAT. DO NOT PLACE EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR THE SEAT, STAND CLEAR
OF UN-DEPLOYED AIRBAGS.

Lap Inflatable
Seatbelt

Firing System is
contained within seat
assembly

Side View
Front View
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISABLE THE SYSTEM AND
NEVER ASSUME THAT DISCONNECTING POWER WILL DISABLE THE
Note: Firing system is contained in seat assembly and consists of a
AIRBAG SYSTEM. THIS SHOULD ONLY BE DONE BY PROPERLY TRAINED
high pressure (up to 7,400 psi) compressed gas cylinder (inflator)
MECHANICS.
that is actuated by an independent battery.

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747.2.6 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-300 SPECIAL FREIGHTER FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS

SURGE TANK

FUEL VENT AND APU


OVERFLOW LOCATED HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
BENEATH WING (RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA)
788 GAL -
2983 L

FUEL TANK 534

4482 GAL FUEL TANK


- 16966 L

APU FUEL LINE

12546 GAL
FUEL TANKS - 47492 L

SIDE CARGO DOOR (COMBI)


CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM
BOTTLE IN FWD CARGO
COMPARTMENT
17164 GAL - FUEL TANKS FUEL VENT AND
64973 L OVERFLOW LOCATED
BENEATH WING
12546 GAL - 47492 L
4482 GAL - 16966 L
534 788 GAL - 2983 L

SURGE TANK
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR 4
PLACES ON ENGINE
STRUTS
HOT BRAKES
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE ON ENGINE OIL TANK - Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT CEILING FORWARD RIGHT SIDE OR Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
REAR LEFT SIDE
OF EACH ENGINE Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. maintain a cooling effect.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.
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747-300 SPECIAL FREIGHTER EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY DOORS EXTERNAL HANDLE (2) 2 CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH EXTERNAL HANDLE
HANDLE RELEASE TO OPEN DOOR:
BUTTON 1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE BUTTON AND
PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS.
2. ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN”
ARROW.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD

NOTE: OPENING A DOOR FROM THE OUTSIDE


DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY EVACUATION
SYSTEM AND THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL NOT
DEPLOY. TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH RELEASE TRIGGER ON HANDLE (HANDLE WILL SPRING OUT FROM
RECESS APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES).
2. ROTATE HANDLE 180° CLOCKWISE.
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

3 UPPER DECK EMERGENCY DOORS (2) 4 CUT-IN AREAS


TO OPEN DOOR: NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER
EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY
1. PUSH OUTSIDE DISARM LEVER.
TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO
2. LIFT DOOR HANDLE. GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.
NOTE: PUSHING IN THE DISARM LEVER DISARMS THE SLIDE AND
DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM.
NOTE: CONTROL ACCESS COVER FORWARD OF THE LH DOOR
AND AFT OF THE RH DOOR.

3. OPEN CONTROL ACCESS COVER


4. MOVE GUARDED EMERGENCY DOOR SWITCH TO OPEN. EMER DOOR
DOOR OPEN
OPEN
CAUTION: STAND TO THE SIDE OF THE DOOR AS THE DOOR WILL
OPEN RAPIDLY AND CANNOT BE STOPPED.
DOOR
OFF CLOSE
PULL
PUSH

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747-300 SPECIAL FREIGHTER EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

4 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

APU ACCESS HATCH

1 ENTRY DOOR (5L)

SIDE CARGO DOOR


3 UPPER DECK
EMERGENCY
DOORS (2)

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL


2 CREW OVERHEAD LOCATED ON RIGHT INBOARD MAIN
ESCAPE HATCH LANDING GEAR BULKHEAD

A) CONTROL CABIN/LOUNGE FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND


WHEELS RETRACTED: 18 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 24 FT 6 IN.
1 ENTRY DOOR (1L)
B) UPPER DECK EMERGENCY DOOR HANDLE
C WHEELS RETRACTED: 20 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 27 FT
B
D A C) PASSENGER CABIN FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT
E D) ENTRY DOOR HANDLE
WHEELS RETRACTED: 13 FT - WHEELS EXTENDED: 19 FT 2 IN.
E) CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH
WHEELS RETRACTED: 25 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 32 FT

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-300 SPECIAL FREIGHTER BATTERY LOCATIONS

APU BATTERY

ACCESS DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

MAIN BATTERY

APU BATTERY

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-300 SPECIAL FREIGHTER FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL


APU FIRE T-HANDLE - PULL

FIRE FIRE WHEEL WELL FIRE DET FIRE FIRE SQUIB FIRE
TEST APU RPM OK
% 3
WHEEL 120 0
WELL SMOKE 2 OIL SQUIB TEST
QTY
100 20 U S QTS

80 40
1 APU
PULL PULL PULL PULL 60 0 FIRE DET
PULL
A
DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE
FUEL APU
L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL 8 VALVE BLEED AIR A A B
PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH 10 OPEN START B FIRE TEST
DC PUMP O
6 EGT ON
C X 100 ON T
APU H BTL
4 FAULT B PUSH
2 CLOSE STOP FAULT TEST
APU
B
NOTE: OPTIONAL LOCATION DOOR

FOR T-HANDLES IS ON
THE PILOTS’ LIGHT
SHIELD

APU MASTER SWITCH - STOP

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

40 100
DC
VOLTS 50 150
30 + DC
0 0 AMPS
-
20 10 50 150
100

DC METERS
BATTERY
ON ON ON ON
APU ESS BATT
BATT TR
ON ON ON
OFF TR 1 TR 2 TR 3

BATTERY SWITCH
- LIFT GUARD
ENGINE START
LEVERS - CUTOFF - SWITCH OFF

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-300 SPECIAL FREIGHTER

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 SP SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


OPTIONAL FUEL TANK
SURGE TANK

PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES


8 PLACES UNDER FIRST OUTBOARD
FUEL VENT AND 788 GAL - SEAT FORWARD OF DOOR
OVERFLOW 2983 L
(BENEATH WING) APU
534
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
(RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA)
FUEL TANK

4482 GAL
- 16966 L FUEL TANK

FUEL TANKS
12546 GAL APU FUEL LINE
- 47492 L

CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES 2


BOTTLE IN FWD CARGO PLACES ON WALL
COMPARTMENT
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE ON FUEL TANKS
-100 13200 GAL -
UPPER DECK IN LH WALL AT TOP 49967 L OPTIONAL FUEL TANK
OF STAIRS

12546 GAL - 47492 L


4482 GAL - 16966 L
534 788 GAL - 2983 L

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR 4 FUEL VENT AND


PLACES ON ENGINE OVERFLOW
PORTABLE OXYGEN SYSTEM BOTTLES ON STRUTS (BENEATH WING) SURGE TANK
FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT
CEILING 3 TO 9 BOTTLES HOT BRAKES
ENGINE OIL TANK - Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
FORWARD RIGHT SIDE OR Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
REAR LEFT SIDE Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
OF EACH ENGINE WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across maintain a cooling effect.
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. fragmentation hazard.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 SP SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY DOORS EXTERNAL HANDLE (8) 2 UPPER DECK CREW DOOR EXTERNAL HANDLE
HANDLE RELEASE TO OPEN DOOR:
(AS INSTALLED)
BUTTON 1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE BUTTON AND
PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS. BUTTERFLY BUTTERFLY WITH TEE
2. ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN” SLIDE DISARM
ARROW.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD

NOTE: OPENING A DOOR FROM THE OUTSIDE


DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY EVACUATION
SYSTEM AND THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL NOT
SLIDE DISARM HANDLE
DEPLOY.
TO OPEN DOOR:
1. DISARM SLIDE (ONLY REQUIRED ON BUTTERFLY WITH SLIDE DISARM)
2. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS AND ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN” ARROW.
3. SLIDE DOOR AFT.

NOTE: THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL REMAIN IN THE DOORWAY.

3 CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH 4 CUT-IN AREAS


EXTERNAL HANDLE NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND
DOORS. URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH RELEASE TRIGGER ON HANDLE (HANDLE WILL SPRING OUT
FROM RECESS APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES).
2. ROTATE HANDLE 180° CLOCKWISE
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 SP SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

4 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

APU ACCESS HATCH

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL


3 CREW OVERHEAD
LOCATED ON RIGHT INBOARD MAIN
ESCAPE HATCH
LANDING GEAR BULKHEAD

1 ENTRY DOOR (8) A) CONTROL CABIN/LOUNGE FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND


C WHEELS RETRACTED: 18 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 24 FT 6 IN.
D A B) UPPER DECK CREW DOOR HANDLE
B WHEELS RETRACTED: 20 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 27 FT
2 UPPER DECK CREW DOOR E C) PASSENGER CABIN FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
RH SIDE - STANDARD INSTALLATION
LH SIDE - AS INSTALLED
WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT
D) ENTRY DOOR HANDLE
WHEELS RETRACTED: 13 FT - WHEELS EXTENDED: 19 FT 2 IN.
E) CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH
WHEELS RETRACTED: 25 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 32 FT

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 SP SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

APU BATTERY
ACCESS DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

APU BATTERY

MAIN BATTERY

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 SP SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL


APU FIRE T-HANDLE - PULL

FIRE FIRE WHEEL WELL FIRE DET FIRE FIRE SQUIB FIRE
TEST APU RPM OK
% 3
WHEEL 120 0
WELL SMOKE 2 OIL SQUIB TEST
QTY
100 20 U S QTS

80 40
1 APU
PULL PULL PULL PULL 60 0 FIRE DET
PULL
A
DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE
FUEL APU
L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL 8 VALVE BLEED AIR A A B
PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH 10 OPEN START B FIRE TEST
DC PUMP O
6 EGT ON
C X 100 ON T
APU H BTL
4 FAULT B PUSH
2 CLOSE STOP FAULT TEST
APU
DOOR B

APU MASTER SWITCH - STOP

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

40 100
DC
VOLTS 50 150
30 + DC
0 0 AMPS
-
20 10 50 150
100

DC METERS
BATTERY
ON ON ON ON
APU ESS BATT
BATT TR
ON ON ON
OFF TR 1 TR 2 TR 3

BATTERY SWITCH
- LIFT GUARD
ENGINE START
LEVERS - CUTOFF - SWITCH OFF

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

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747 SP SERIES

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 FREIGHTER SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS

SURGE TANK

FUEL VENT AND APU


HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
OVERFLOW LOCATED
(RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA)
BENEATH WING
788 GAL -
2983 L

FUEL TANK 534

4482 GAL FUEL TANK


- 16966 L

APU FUEL LINE

12546 GAL
FUEL TANKS - 47492 L

SIDE CARGO DOOR (COMBI)


CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM
BOTTLE IN FWD CARGO
COMPARTMENT
17164 GAL - FUEL TANKS FUEL VENT AND
64973 L OVERFLOW LOCATED
BENEATH WING
12546 GAL - 47492 L
4482 GAL - 16966 L
534 788 GAL - 2983 L

SURGE TANK
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR 4
PLACES ON ENGINE
STRUTS

HOT BRAKES
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE ON ENGINE OIL TANK -
FORWARD RIGHT SIDE OR Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
FWD CARGO COMPARTMENT CEILING Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
REAR LEFT SIDE
OF EACH ENGINE Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. maintain a cooling effect.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual temperature is excessive.
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.
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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 FREIGHTER SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


HANDLE RELEASE 1 ENTRY DOORS EXTERNAL 2 UPPER DECK CREW DOOR EXTERNAL
BUTTON
HANDLE (2) HANDLE
TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE BUTTON AND
PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS.
2. ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN”
ARROW.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.
NOTE: ON FREIGHTERS AND SPECIAL
FREIGHTERS, THERE SHOULD BE NO
PERSONNEL ON THE MAIN DECK DURING TAXI,
TAKEOFF OR LANDING AND THE MAIN DOORS TO OPEN DOOR:
ARE NOT CERTIFIED AS EMERGENCY EXITS.
1. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS AND ROTATE 180° IN
THE EMERGENCY POWER ASSIST SYSTEM AND
THE ESCAPE SLIDES ARE NOT INSTALLED. DIRECTION OF “OPEN” ARROW.
2. SLIDE DOOR AFT.
NOTE: THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL REMAIN IN THE DOORWAY.

3 CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH 4 CUT-IN AREAS


EXTERNAL HANDLE
NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT
IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES
AND DOORS. URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH RELEASE TRIGGER ON HANDLE
(HANDLE WILL SPRING OUT FROM RECESS
APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES).
2. ROTATE HANDLE 180° CLOCKWISE.
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

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747 FREIGHTER SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

4 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

APU ACCESS HATCH

1 ENTRY DOOR (5L)

SIDE CARGO DOOR


3 CREW OVERHEAD
ESCAPE HATCH

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL


LOCATED ON RIGHT INBOARD MAIN
LANDING GEAR BULKHEAD
2 UPPER DECK CREW DOOR
RH SIDE ONLY

A) CONTROL CABIN/LOUNGE FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND


WHEELS RETRACTED: 18 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 24 FT 6 IN.
B) UPPER DECK CREW DOOR HANDLE
1 ENTRY DOOR (1L) WHEELS RETRACTED: 20 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 27 FT
C C) PASSENGER CABIN FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
D A
B WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT
E D) ENTRY DOOR HANDLE
WHEELS RETRACTED: 13 FT - WHEELS EXTENDED: 19 FT 2 IN.
E) CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH
WHEELS RETRACTED: 25 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 32 FT

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 FREIGHTER SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

APU BATTERY
ACCESS DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

MAIN BATTERY
APU BATTERY

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747.5.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 FREIGHTER SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL


APU FIRE T-HANDLE - PULL

FIRE FIRE WHEEL WELL FIRE DET FIRE FIRE SQUIB FIRE
TEST APU RPM OK
% 3
WHEEL 120 0
WELL SMOKE 2 OIL SQUIB TEST
QTY
100 20 U S QTS

80 40
1 APU
PULL PULL PULL PULL 60 0 FIRE DET
PULL
A
DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE DISCHARGE
FUEL APU
L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL L BTL R BTL 8 VALVE BLEED AIR A A B
PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH PUSH 10 OPEN START B FIRE TEST
DC PUMP O
6 EGT ON
C X 100 ON T
APU H BTL
4 FAULT B PUSH
2 CLOSE STOP FAULT TEST
APU
DOOR B

APU MASTER SWITCH - STOP

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

40 100
DC
VOLTS 50 150
30 + DC
0 0 AMPS
-
20 10 50 150
100

DC METERS
BATTERY
ON ON ON ON
APU ESS BATT
BATT TR
ON ON ON
OFF TR 1 TR 2 TR 3

BATTERY SWITCH
- LIFT GUARD
ENGINE START
LEVERS - CUTOFF - SWITCH OFF

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

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747 FREIGHTER SERIES

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 & 400 COMBI SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to FUEL VENT AND OVERFLOW
(BENEATH WING)
include SCBA’s must use caution
when moving across sections of SURGE TANKS
aircraft that have been exposed to
fatigue or fire as the result of an HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
accident. Crews need to verify the FUEL TANK AS INSTALLED,
PASSENGER MODELS ONLY APU
integrity of the surface area before
moving their weight and equipment FUEL TANK
2644 GAL - PORTABLE OXYGEN
across it. Signs could include but are 10009 L BOTTLES IN 8 PLACES
not limited to deformity of structure, UNDER OUTBOARD SEAT
HYDRAULIC FORWARD OF DOOR IF
visual signs of flame impingement or 3300 GAL -
ACCUMULATORS PASSENGER AREA 12492 L
uneven surfaces. Surface integrity IN RIGHT BODY OTHERWISE 6 PLACES
can be checked with a pike pole, axe WHEEL WELL
or any instrument used to sound
surfaces for integrity. 8964 GAL -
33932 L FUEL TANK APU FUEL LINE

PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES IN 2


FUEL TANKS PLACES AFT SIDE EACH CLOSET
WALL IF USED FOR PASSENGER
25092 GAL -
94983 L
AREA
UPPER DECK
PORTABLE OXYGEN
BOTTLES AT OUTBD SIDE CARGO DOOR ON COMBI
LEFT AND RIGHT
ATT. STA.
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR 4
PLACES ON ENGINE FUEL TANKS
SURGE TANK
CREW OXYGEN 17164 GAL - STRUTS
SYSTEM BOTTLE IN 64973 L
FWD CARGO 25092 GAL - 94983 L
COMPARTMENT
8964 GAL - 33932 L
2644 GAL - 10009 L

FUEL TANK
(AS INSTALLED)
FUEL VENT AND
-400 3210 GAL - 12151 L OVERFLOW
(BENEATH WING)
PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM
BOTTLES ON FWD CARGO HOT BRAKES
COMPARTMENT WALL Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
IMMEDIATELY AFT OF DOOR Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
ENGINE OIL TANK - WHEEL FIRE
FORWARD RIGHT SIDE OR Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
REAR LEFT SIDE maintain a cooling effect.
OF EACH ENGINE Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when apporaching temperature is excessive.
hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a fragmentation hazard.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 & 400 COMBI SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY DOORS EXTERNAL HANDLE (10) 2 CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH EXTERNAL HANDLE
HANDLE RELEASE TO OPEN DOOR:
BUTTON 1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE BUTTON AND
PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS.
2. ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN”
ARROW.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD

NOTE: OPENING A DOOR FROM THE OUTSIDE


DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY EVACUATION
SYSTEM AND THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL NOT
DEPLOY. TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH RELEASE TRIGGER ON HANDLE (HANDLE WILL SPRING OUT FROM
RECESS APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES).
2. ROTATE HANDLE 180° CLOCKWISE.
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

3 UPPER DECK EMERGENCY DOORS (2) 4 CUT-IN AREAS


TO OPEN DOOR: NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER
EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY
1. PUSH OUTSIDE DISARM LEVER.
TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO
2. LIFT DOOR HANDLE. GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.
NOTE: PUSHING IN THE DISARM LEVER DISARMS THE SLIDE AND
DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM.
NOTE: CONTROL ACCESS COVER FORWARD OF THE LH DOOR
AND AFT OF THE RH DOOR.

3. OPEN CONTROL ACCESS COVER


4. MOVE GUARDED EMERGENCY DOOR SWITCH TO OPEN. EMER DOOR
DOOR OPEN
OPEN
CAUTION: STAND TO THE SIDE OF THE DOOR AS THE DOOR WILL
OPEN RAPIDLY AND CANNOT BE STOPPED.
DOOR
OFF CLOSE
PULL
PUSH

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 & 400 COMBI SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING
COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

4 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

APU ACCESS HATCH

3 UPPER DECK SIDE CARGO DOOR ON COMBI


EMERGENCY DOORS (2)

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL


LOCATED ON RIGHT INBOARD MAIN
LANDING GEAR BULKHEAD

2 CREW OVERHEAD
ESCAPE HATCH

A) CONTROL CABIN/LOUNGE FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND


WHEELS RETRACTED: 18 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 24 FT 6 IN.
B) UPPER DECK EMERGENCY DOOR HANDLE
1 ENTRY DOORS (10)
WHEELS RETRACTED: 20 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 27 FT
C) PASSENGER CABIN FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
C
B WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT
D
E D) ENTRY DOOR HANDLE
A WHEELS RETRACTED: 13 FT - WHEELS EXTENDED: 19 FT 2 IN.
E) CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH
WHEELS RETRACTED: 25 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 32 FT

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 & 400 COMBI SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-3

ON PASSENGER AIRCRAFT ONLY, DOOR


5R ALLOWS ACCESS TO THE OVERHEAD
CREW REST AREA. THE OVERHEAD CREW
REST AREA MAY BE OCCUPIED AND MUST
BE CHECKED FOR TRAPPED AND/OR
INJURED PEOPLE.

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747.6.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 & 400 COMBI SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-4

FWD

STAIR ACCESS AT DOOR 5LFT

AFT OVERHEAD FLIGHT CREW REST AREA

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November 30, 2015 747.6.5


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 & 400 COMBI SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

APU BATTERY

MAIN BATTERY

ACCESS DOOR

INBD FWD
NOSE GEAR COMPARTMENT

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747.6.6 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 & 400 COMBI SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS
ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL
APU SELECTOR - (IF NOT ILLUMINATED, MAY REQUIRE
ROTATE OFF PUSHING AND HOLDING THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE)
BATTERY SWITCH - PRESS DISCH
A B B
DISCH
A
DISCH
A B B
DISCH
A
NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS MAIN DECK EXTINGUISHERS AVAILABLE ON -400 COMBI VERSION
REMOVED 1 2 3 4
L UTILITY R
STANDBY POWER APU BTL A BTL B BTL A BTL B
AUTO ON DISCH DISCH DISCH DISCH
OFF BAT ON ON OFF START
APU BTL CARGO FIRE
OFF OFF DISCH MAIN
DISCH
ARMED
BATTERY
AFT
EXT PWR 1 APU GEN 1
ON
APU GEN 2 EXT PWR 2 DISCH APU FWD AFT DISCH
A A A A ARMED ARMED
V V OFF V V
A ON A ON A ON A ON
I I I I FWD AFT
L L L L

AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO


BUS
ISLN ISLN TIE ISLN ISLN
APU SWITCH - PULL
BUS BUS BUS BUS (IF NOT ILLUMINATED, MAY REQUIRE
ON ON
GEN
ON ON PUSHING AND HOLDING THE BUTTON
OFF OFF CONT OFF OFF
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE)
1 2 3 4

DRIVE
DISC
DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE
THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

FUEL CONTROL
1 2 3 4
RUN RUN

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.
CUTOFF CUTOFF

FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF

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November 30, 2015 747.6.7


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 & 400 COMBI SERIES PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS

Passenger Seatbelt Airbags


NOTE: Some models have optional seatbelt airbags. These seatbelts are
noticeably thicker due to the airbag mechanism.
CAUTION: AVOID AREA IN FRONT OF THE UNDEPLOYED AIRBAG
SEAT. DO NOT PLACE EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR THE SEAT, STAND CLEAR
OF UN-DEPLOYED AIRBAGS.

Lap Inflatable
Seatbelt

Firing System is
contained within seat
assembly

Side View
Front View
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISABLE THE SYSTEM AND
NEVER ASSUME THAT DISCONNECTING POWER WILL DISABLE THE
Note: Firing system is contained in seat assembly and consists of a
AIRBAG SYSTEM. THIS SHOULD ONLY BE DONE BY PROPERLY TRAINED
high pressure (up to 7,400 psi) compressed gas cylinder (inflator)
MECHANICS.
that is actuated by an independent battery.

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747.6.8 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 FREIGHTER SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS

SURGE TANKS

APU
FUEL VENT AND
OVERFLOW
(BENEATH WING)

1635 GAL - HYDRAULIC


6189 L ACCUMULATORS
FUEL TANK
IN RIGHT BODY
WHEEL WELL

5550 GAL -
21009 L FUEL TANK APU FUEL LINE

FUEL TANKS
14550 GAL -
55078 L
SIDE CARGO DOOR

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR 4
PLACES ON ENGINE FUEL TANKS
SURGE TANK
CREW OXYGEN STRUTS
SYSTEM BOTTLE IN 17164 GAL - 64973 L
FWD CARGO
14550 GAL - 55078 L
COMPARTMENT
5550 GAL - 21009 L
1635 GAL - 6189 L

FUEL VENT AND


OVERFLOW
(BENEATH WING)

FLIGHT DECK PORTABLE ENGINE OIL TANK - HOT BRAKES


OXYGEN BOTTLE FORWARD RIGHT SIDE OR Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
REAR LEFT SIDE Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
OF EACH ENGINE Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
maintain a cooling effect.
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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November 30, 2015 747.7.1


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 FREIGHTER SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY DOORS EXTERNAL HANDLE (2) 2 CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH EXTERNAL HANDLE
HANDLE RELEASE TO OPEN DOOR:
BUTTON 1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE BUTTON AND
PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS.
2. ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN”
ARROW.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD

NOTE: OPENING A DOOR FROM THE OUTSIDE


DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY EVACUATION
SYSTEM AND THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL NOT
DEPLOY. TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH RELEASE TRIGGER ON HANDLE (HANDLE WILL SPRING OUT FROM
RECESS APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES).
2. ROTATE HANDLE 180° CLOCKWISE.
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

3 UPPER DECK EMERGENCY DOOR 4 CUT-IN AREAS


TO OPEN DOOR: NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER
EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY
1. PUSH OUTSIDE DISARM LEVER.
TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO
2. LIFT DOOR HANDLE. GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.
NOTE: PUSHING IN THE DISARM LEVER DISARMS THE SLIDE AND
DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM.
NOTE: CONTROL ACCESS COVER FORWARD OF THE LH DOOR
AND AFT OF THE RH DOOR.

3. OPEN CONTROL ACCESS COVER


4. MOVE GUARDED EMERGENCY DOOR SWITCH TO OPEN. EMER DOOR
DOOR OPEN
OPEN
CAUTION: STAND TO THE SIDE OF THE DOOR AS THE DOOR WILL
OPEN RAPIDLY AND CANNOT BE STOPPED.
DOOR
OFF CLOSE
PULL
PUSH

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 FREIGHTER SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING
COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

4 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

APU ACCESS HATCH

MAIN DECK TO UPPER


SIDE CARGO DOOR ON COMBI
DECK LADDER

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL


3 UPPER DECK CREW DOOR LOCATED ON RIGHT INBOARD MAIN
RH SIDE ONLY LANDING GEAR BULKHEAD

2 CREW OVERHEAD
ESCAPE HATCH

A) CONTROL CABIN/LOUNGE FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND


WHEELS RETRACTED: 18 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 24 FT 6 IN.
B) UPPER DECK CREW DOOR HANDLE
WHEELS RETRACTED: 20 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 27 FT
1 ENTRY DOOR (1L) C) PASSENGER CABIN FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
C
WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT
D
D) ENTRY DOOR HANDLE
E WHEELS RETRACTED: 13 FT - WHEELS EXTENDED: 19 FT 2 IN.
A B
E) CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH
WHEELS RETRACTED: 25 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 32 FT

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November 30, 2015 747.7.3


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 FREIGHTER SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

APU BATTERY

MAIN BATTERY

ACCESS DOOR

INBD FWD
NOSE GEAR COMPARTMENT

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747.7.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 FREIGHTER SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS


ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL
APU SELECTOR - (IF NOT ILLUMINATED, MAY REQUIRE
ROTATE OFF PUSHING AND HOLDING THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE)
BATTERY SWITCH - PRESS DISCH DISCH DISCH DISCH
A B
NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS
A B B A B A
MAIN DECK EXTINGUISHERS AVAILABLE ON FREIGHTER VERSION
REMOVED
1 2 3 4
L UTILITY R
STANDBY POWER APU BTL A BTL B BTL A BTL B
AUTO ON DISCH DISCH DISCH DISCH
OFF BAT ON ON OFF START
APU BTL
OFF OFF DISCH MAIN CARGO FIRE
DISCH
ARMED
BATTERY
AFT DEPRESS
EXT PWR 1 APU GEN 1
ON
APU GEN 2 EXT PWR 2 DISCH
APU FWD AFT DISCH
A
V
A
V
A
V
A
V
ARMED ARMED
OFF
A ON A ON A ON A ON
I I I I FWD AFT
L L L L

AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO


BUS
ISLN ISLN TIE ISLN ISLN
APU SWITCH - PULL
BUS BUS BUS BUS (IF NOT ILLUMINATED, MAY REQUIRE
ON ON
GEN
ON ON PUSHING AND HOLDING THE BUTTON
OFF OFF CONT OFF OFF
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE)
1 2 3 4

DRIVE
DISC
DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE
THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

FUEL CONTROL
1 2 3 4
RUN RUN

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.
CUTOFF CUTOFF

FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF

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November 30, 2015 747.7.5


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-400 FREIGHTER SERIES COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


TIP FAIRING
RUDDER

VERTICAL STABILIZER
TRAILING EDGE PANELS
VERTICAL STABILIZER
UPPER WING FORWARD TORQUE BOX
LEADING EDGE ELEVATORS
AILERONS

ENGINE
PYLONS STABILIZER TIP
SPOILERS

INLET, FAN, AND


REVERSER COWLS

UPPER WING WINGLETS


TRAILING EDGE (-400 ONLY)

RADOME

WING TO BODY
LOWER WING FAIRING
TRAILING EDGE

LOWER WING
LEADING EDGE

FLAP TRACK FAIRINGS

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747.7.6 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 LARGE CARGO FREIGHTER FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS

SURGE TANK

FUEL VENT AND


OVERFLOW LOCATED
BENEATH WING
635 GAL -
4254 L
FUEL TANK
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
(RIGHT WHEEL WELL AREA)

3080 GAL FUEL TANK


- 20636 L

FUEL TANKS 12546 GAL


- 47492 L

CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM


BOTTLE IN FWD CARGO FUEL TANKS FUEL VENT AND
COMPARTMENT -100 13200 GAL - OVERFLOW LOCATED
49967 L BENEATH WING
-200 17164 GAL -
64973 L
12546 GAL - 47492 L
3080 GAL - 20636 L
635 GAL - 4254 L

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR 4
PLACES ON ENGINE SURGE TANK
STRUTS

HOT BRAKES
ENGINE OIL TANK - Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
FORWARD RIGHT SIDE Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
OR REAR LEFT SIDE Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
OF EACH ENGINE WHEEL FIRE
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. maintain a cooling effect.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the temperature
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, is excessive.
visual signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
with a pike pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.
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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 LARGE CARGO FREIGHTER EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1

1 ENTRY DOORS EXTERNAL HANDLE (2)


HANDLE RELEASE TO OPEN DOOR:
BUTTON 1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE BUTTON AND
PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS.
2. ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN”
ARROW.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD

NOTE: OPENING A DOOR FROM THE OUTSIDE


DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY EVACUATION
SYSTEM AND THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL NOT
DEPLOY.

2 CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH EXTERNAL HANDLE

TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH RELEASE TRIGGER ON HANDLE (HANDLE WILL SPRING OUT FROM
RECESS APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES).
2. ROTATE HANDLE 180° CLOCKWISE.
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

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747.8.2 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 LARGE CARGO FREIGHTER EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

MAIN DECK TO UPPER


DECK LADDER

2 CREW OVERHEAD
ESCAPE HATCH

A) CONTROL CABIN/LOUNGE FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND


WHEELS RETRACTED: 18 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 24 FT 6 IN.
1 ENTRY DOOR (1L)
B
B) PASSENGER CABIN FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
C
WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT
D C) ENTRY DOOR HANDLE
A
WHEELS RETRACTED: 13 FT - WHEELS EXTENDED: 19 FT 2 IN.
D) CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH
WHEELS RETRACTED: 25 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 32 FT

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November 30, 2015 747.8.3


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 LARGE CARGO FREIGHTER BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

STANDBY BATTERY

MAIN BATTERY

ACCESS DOOR INBD FWD

NOSE GEAR COMPARTMENT

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747.8.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 LARGE CARGO FREIGHTER FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS


ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL
APU SELECTOR - (IF NOT ILLUMINATED, MAY REQUIRE
ROTATE OFF PUSHING AND HOLDING THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE)
BATTERY SWITCH - PRESS DISCH DISCH DISCH DISCH
A B B A A B B A
NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS
REMOVED
1 2 3 4
L UTILITY R
STANDBY POWER APU BTL A BTL B BTL A BTL B
AUTO ON DISCH DISCH DISCH DISCH
OFF BAT ON ON OFF START
OFF OFF

BATTERY
EXT PWR 1 APU GEN 1 APU GEN 2 EXT PWR 2
ON
A A A A
V V OFF V V
A ON A ON A ON A ON
I I I I
L L L L

AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO


BUS
ISLN ISLN TIE ISLN ISLN

BUS BUS BUS BUS

ON ON ON ON
GEN
OFF OFF CONT OFF OFF

1 2 3 4

DRIVE
DISC
DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE
THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

FUEL CONTROL
1 2 3 4
RUN RUN

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.
CUTOFF CUTOFF

FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF

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November 30, 2015 747.8.5


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747 LARGE CARGO FREIGHTER COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


TIP FAIRING
RUDDER

VERTICAL STABILIZER
VERTICAL STABILIZER TRAILING EDGE PANELS
UPPER WING FORWARD TORQUE BOX
LEADING EDGE
AILERONS
ELEVATORS

ENGINE
PYLONS SPOILERS
STABILIZER TIP

INLET, FAN, AND


REVERSER COWLS
UPPER WING
TRAILING EDGE

RADOME

WING TO BODY
LOWER WING FAIRING
TRAILING EDGE

LOWER WING
LEADING EDGE

FLAP TRACK FAIRINGS

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747.8.6 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-8 FREIGHTER SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS

SURGE TANKS APU


FUEL VENT AND
OVERFLOW
(BENEATH WING)

1635 GAL -
HYDRAULIC
6189 L
ACCUMULATORS
FUEL TANK IN RIGHT BODY
WHEEL WELL

FUEL TANK APU FUEL LINE


5550 GAL -
21009 L

FUEL TANKS SIDE CARGO DOOR


12546 GAL -
47492 L HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR 4
PLACES ON ENGINE
STRUTS FUEL TANKS
CREW OXYGEN SURGE TANK
SYSTEM BOTTLE IN 17164 GAL -
FWD CARGO 64973 L
COMPARTMENT
12546 GAL - 47492 L
4482 GAL - 16966 L
1322 GAL - 5004 L

FUEL VENT AND


OVERFLOW
(BENEATH WING)
HOT BRAKES
ENGINE OIL TANK - Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
FORWARD RIGHT SIDE OR Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
REAR LEFT SIDE
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
FLIGHT DECK PORTABLE OF EACH ENGINE
OXYGEN BOTTLE WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
maintain a cooling effect.
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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November 30, 2015 747.9.1


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-8 FREIGHTER SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY DOORS EXTERNAL HANDLE (2) 2 CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH EXTERNAL HANDLE
HANDLE RELEASE TO OPEN DOOR:
BUTTON 1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE BUTTON AND
PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS.
2. ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN”
ARROW.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD

NOTE: OPENING A DOOR FROM THE OUTSIDE


DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY EVACUATION
SYSTEM AND THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL NOT
DEPLOY. TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH RELEASE TRIGGER ON HANDLE (HANDLE WILL SPRING OUT FROM
RECESS APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES).
2. ROTATE HANDLE 180° CLOCKWISE.
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

3 CUT-IN AREAS
NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER
EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY
TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO
GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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747.9.2 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-8 FREIGHTER SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING
COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

ACCESS DOOR Right Side

4 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

APU ACCESS HATCH

MAIN DECK TO UPPER


DECK LADDER
SIDE CARGO DOOR

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL


3 UPPER DECK CREW DOOR LOCATED ON RIGHT INBOARD MAIN
RH SIDE ONLY LANDING GEAR BULKHEAD

2 CREW OVERHEAD
ESCAPE HATCH

A) CONTROL CABIN/LOUNGE FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND


WHEELS RETRACTED: 18 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 24 FT 6 IN.
B) UPPER DECK CREW DOOR HANDLE
WHEELS RETRACTED: 20 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 27 FT
1 ENTRY DOOR (1L) C) PASSENGER CABIN FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
C WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT
D D) ENTRY DOOR HANDLE
WHEELS RETRACTED: 13 FT - WHEELS EXTENDED: 19 FT 2 IN.
E E) CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH
A
B WHEELS RETRACTED: 25 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 32 FT

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-8 FREIGHTER SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

APU BATTERY

MAIN BATTERY

ACCESS DOOR

INBD FWD
NOSE GEAR COMPARTMENT

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-8 FREIGHTER SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS


ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL
APU SELECTOR - (IF NOT ILLUMINATED, MAY REQUIRE
ROTATE OFF PUSHING AND HOLDING THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE)
BATTERY SWITCH - PRESS DISCH DISCH DISCH DISCH
A B
NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS
A B B A B A
MAIN DECK EXTINGUISHERS AVAILABLE ON FREIGHTER VERSION
REMOVED
1 2 3 4
L UTILITY R
STANDBY POWER APU BTL A BTL B BTL A BTL B
AUTO ON DISCH DISCH DISCH DISCH
OFF BAT ON ON OFF START
APU BTL
OFF OFF DISCH MAIN CARGO FIRE
DISCH
ARMED
BATTERY
AFT
EXT PWR 1 APU GEN 1
ON
APU GEN 2 EXT PWR 2 DISCH
APU FWD AFT DISCH
A
V
A
V
A
V
A
V
ARMED ARMED
OFF
A ON A ON A ON A ON
I I I I FWD AFT
L L L L

AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO


BUS
ISLN ISLN TIE ISLN ISLN
APU SWITCH - PULL
BUS BUS BUS BUS (IF NOT ILLUMINATED, MAY REQUIRE
ON ON
GEN
ON ON PUSHING AND HOLDING THE BUTTON
OFF OFF CONT OFF OFF
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE)
1 2 3 4

DRIVE
DISC
DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

FUEL CONTROL
1 2 3 4
RUN RUN

CUTOFF CUTOFF

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-8 FREIGHTER SERIES COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


TIP FAIRING
RUDDER

VERTICAL STABILIZER
TRAILING EDGE PANELS
VERTICAL STABILIZER
FORWARD TORQUE BOX
UPPER WING
LEADING EDGE ELEVATORS
AILERONS

ENGINE
PYLONS STABILIZER TIP
SPOILERS

INLET, FAN, AND


REVERSER COWLS UPPER WING
TRAILING EDGE

RADOME

WING TO BODY
LOWER WING FAIRING
TRAILING EDGE

LOWER WING
LEADING EDGE

FLAP TRACK FAIRINGS

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-8I FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS

SURGE TANKS
APU
FUEL VENT AND
OVERFLOW
(BENEATH WING)

3270 GAL -
HYDRAULIC 3300 GAL -
12378 L
ACCUMULATORS 12492 L

FUEL TANK IN RIGHT BODY


WHEEL WELL

FUEL TANK APU FUEL LINE


11102 GAL
- 42026 L

FUEL TANKS
29100 GAL -
110155 L HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR 4
PLACES ON ENGINE
STRUTS FUEL TANKS
CREW OXYGEN SURGE TANK
SYSTEM BOTTLE IN 17164 GAL -
FWD CARGO 64973 L
COMPARTMENT
29100 GAL - 110155 L
11102 GAL - 42026 L
3270 GAL - 12378 L

FUEL VENT AND


OVERFLOW
(BENEATH WING)
HOT BRAKES
ENGINE OIL TANK - Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
FORWARD RIGHT SIDE OR Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
REAR LEFT SIDE
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
FLIGHT DECK PORTABLE OF EACH ENGINE
OXYGEN BOTTLE WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
maintain a cooling effect.
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and temperature is excessive.
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-8I EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY DOORS EXTERNAL HANDLE (2) 2 CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH EXTERNAL HANDLE
HANDLE RELEASE TO OPEN DOOR:
BUTTON 1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE BUTTON AND
PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS.
2. ROTATE 180° IN DIRECTION OF “OPEN”
ARROW.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD

NOTE: OPENING A DOOR FROM THE OUTSIDE


DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY EVACUATION
SYSTEM AND THE ESCAPE SLIDE WILL NOT
DEPLOY. TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH RELEASE TRIGGER ON HANDLE (HANDLE WILL SPRING OUT FROM
RECESS APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES).
2. ROTATE HANDLE 180° CLOCKWISE.
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

3 UPPER DECK EMERGENCY DOOR 4 CUT-IN AREAS


TO OPEN DOOR: NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER
EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY
1. PUSH OUTSIDE DISARM LEVER.
TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO
2. LIFT DOOR HANDLE. GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.
NOTE: PUSHING IN THE DISARM LEVER DISARMS THE SLIDE AND
DISENGAGES THE EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM.
NOTE: CONTROL ACCESS COVER FORWARD OF THE LH DOOR
AND AFT OF THE RH DOOR.

3. OPEN CONTROL ACCESS COVER


4. MOVE GUARDED EMERGENCY DOOR SWITCH TO OPEN. EMER DOOR
DOOR OPEN
OPEN
CAUTION: STAND TO THE SIDE OF THE DOOR AS THE DOOR WILL
OPEN RAPIDLY AND CANNOT BE STOPPED.
DOOR
OFF CLOSE
PULL
PUSH

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747-8I EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING
COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

ACCESS DOOR Right Side

4 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

APU ACCESS HATCH

APU EMERGENCY CONTROL PANEL


3 UPPER DECK CREW DOOR LOCATED ON RIGHT INBOARD MAIN
RH SIDE ONLY LANDING GEAR BULKHEAD

2 CREW OVERHEAD
ESCAPE HATCH

A) CONTROL CABIN/LOUNGE FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND


WHEELS RETRACTED: 18 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 24 FT 6 IN.
B) UPPER DECK CREW DOOR HANDLE
WHEELS RETRACTED: 20 FT 4 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 27 FT
1 ENTRY DOOR (1L) C) PASSENGER CABIN FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
C WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT
D D) ENTRY DOOR HANDLE
WHEELS RETRACTED: 13 FT - WHEELS EXTENDED: 19 FT 2 IN.
E E) CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH
A
B WHEELS RETRACTED: 25 FT 10 IN. - WHEELS EXTENDED: 32 FT

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-8I BATTERY LOCATIONS

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

APU BATTERY

MAIN BATTERY

ACCESS DOOR

INBD FWD
NOSE GEAR COMPARTMENT

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-8I FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS


ENGINE FIRE T-HANDLES - PULL
APU SELECTOR - (IF NOT ILLUMINATED, MAY REQUIRE
ROTATE OFF PUSHING AND HOLDING THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE)
BATTERY SWITCH - PRESS DISCH DISCH DISCH DISCH
A B
NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS
A B B A B A
MAIN DECK EXTINGUISHERS AVAILABLE ON FREIGHTER VERSION
REMOVED
1 2 3 4
L UTILITY R
STANDBY POWER APU BTL A BTL B BTL A BTL B
AUTO ON DISCH DISCH DISCH DISCH
OFF BAT ON ON OFF START
APU BTL
OFF OFF DISCH MAIN CARGO FIRE
DISCH
ARMED
BATTERY
AFT
EXT PWR 1 APU GEN 1
ON
APU GEN 2 EXT PWR 2 DISCH
APU FWD AFT DISCH
A
V
A
V
A
V
A
V
ARMED ARMED
OFF
A ON A ON A ON A ON
I I I I FWD AFT
L L L L

AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO


BUS
ISLN ISLN TIE ISLN ISLN
APU SWITCH - PULL
BUS BUS BUS BUS (IF NOT ILLUMINATED, MAY REQUIRE
ON ON
GEN
ON ON PUSHING AND HOLDING THE BUTTON
OFF OFF CONT OFF OFF
UNDER THE SWITCH TO RELEASE)
1 2 3 4

DRIVE
DISC
DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

FUEL CONTROL
1 2 3 4
RUN RUN

CUTOFF CUTOFF

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-8I COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


TIP FAIRING
RUDDER

VERTICAL STABILIZER
TRAILING EDGE PANELS
VERTICAL STABILIZER
FORWARD TORQUE BOX
UPPER WING
LEADING EDGE ELEVATORS
AILERONS

ENGINE
PYLONS STABILIZER TIP
SPOILERS

INLET, FAN, AND


REVERSER COWLS UPPER WING
TRAILING EDGE

RADOME

WING TO BODY
LOWER WING FAIRING
TRAILING EDGE

LOWER WING
LEADING EDGE

FLAP TRACK FAIRINGS

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

747-8I PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS


Passenger Seatbelt Airbags
NOTE: Some models have optional seatbelt airbags. These seatbelts are
noticeably thicker due to the airbag mechanism.
CAUTION: AVOID AREA IN FRONT OF THE UNDEPLOYED AIRBAG
SEAT. DO NOT PLACE EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR THE SEAT, STAND CLEAR
OF UN-DEPLOYED AIRBAGS.

Lap Inflatable
Seatbelt

Firing System is
contained within seat
assembly

Side View
Front View
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISABLE THE SYSTEM AND
NEVER ASSUME THAT DISCONNECTING POWER WILL DISABLE THE
Note: Firing system is contained in seat assembly and consists of a
AIRBAG SYSTEM. THIS SHOULD ONLY BE DONE BY PROPERLY TRAINED
high pressure (up to 7,400 psi) compressed gas cylinder (inflator)
MECHANICS.
that is actuated by an independent battery.

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747-8I

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757-200 & 200 COMBI SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


757 (tab)

CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. APU

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR AND


SURGE TANKS ACCUMULATOR IN RIGHT
WHEEL WELL

CENTER FUEL TANK

RIGHT MAIN
APU FUEL LINE
FUEL TANK
2170 GAL -
8214 L

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR IN
LEFT WING FILLET

6900 GAL - LEFT MAIN FUEL TANKS


26119 L HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR IN
APU EMERGENCY LEFT WHEEL WELL
CONTROL PANEL
SURGE TANK
LOCATED ON THE
NOSE GEAR
2170 GAL - 8214 L

HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE IN Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
RIGHT SIDE, FORWARD Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
CARGO COMPARTMENT AFT
WHEEL FIRE
OF DOOR
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
ENGINE OIL TANK - maintain a cooling effect.
FLIGHT DECK PORTABLE LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES IN OF EACH ENGINE temperature is excessive.
OXYGEN BOTTLE ON
BULKHEAD BEHIND FWD PASS CABIN
CAPTAIN WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

757-200 & 200 COMBI SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS EXTERNAL HANDLE 2 OVERWING ESCAPE HATCHES

NOTE: ESCAPE SLIDE DISARMS


AUTOMATICALLY WHEN
DOOR OR HATCH IS OPENED
FROM THE OUTSIDE, EXCEPT
FOR TYPE 1 EMERGENCY
EXIT DOOR.

FLIGHT DECK WINDOWS


CANNOT BE OPENED FROM
THE OUTSIDE.
TO OPEN DOOR
1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE LATCH. TO OPEN HATCH:
2. PULL BUTTERFLY HANDLE FROM RECESS AND ROTATE 180° IN 1. LIFT LOWER PORTION OF HANDLE AWAY
DIRECTION OF “OPEN” ARROW. FROM THE SIDE OF THE AIRPLANE.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 2. PUSH INWARD AND UP ON THE HANDLE.
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

3 TYPE 1 EMERGENCY EXIT DOOR 4 CUT-IN AREAS


NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER
EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY
TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO
GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

FWD

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PUSH ON “PUSH” PANEL TO GAIN ACCESS TO HANDLE.
2. PULL HANDLE FORWARD AND OUTWARD.
3. DOOR OPENS OUTWARD AND DOWN.

WARNING: STAND TO THE SIDE OF DOOR WHEN PULLING


HANDLE. ESCAPE SLIDE DOES NOT DISARM AND WILL
DEPLOY IMMEDIATELY WHEN A TYPE 1 DOOR IS OPENED
FROM THE OUTSIDE.

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757-200 & 200 COMBI SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

1 ENTRY DOORS APU ACCESS

4 CUT-IN AREAS

2 OVERWING ESCAPE HATCHES


(AS INSTALLED)
CARGO DOOR ON RIGHT
SIDE - OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR

OPTIONAL CARGO DOOR ON


RIGHT SIDE - OPERATING
4 CUT-IN AREAS INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR

3 EMERGENCY EXITS
CARGO DOOR ON COMBI (AS INSTALLED)

CARGO DOOR ON RIGHT


SIDE - OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR

1 ENTRY DOORS

1 ENTRY DOORS

AVERAGE DISTANCE FLOOR LEVEL TO


GROUND
WHEELS RETRACTED: 6 FT 6 IN
WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

757-200 & 200 COMBI SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

AFT CARGO DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

FWD CARGO DOOR

MAIN BATTERY

AFT CARGO DOOR

NOSE GEAR COMPARTMENT


APU BATTERY

ACCESS DOOR

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757-200 & 200 COMBI SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

APU CONTROL
SWITCH - OFF

BATTERY SWITCH - PRESS


NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS
REMOVED

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCHES -


PULL (IF NOT
ILLUMINATED, PUSH
AND HOLD THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO
RELEASE)

ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL (IF


NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD
THE BUTTON UNDER THE SWITCH
TO RELEASE)

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.
FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF

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757-200 & 200 COMBI SERIES

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

757-200 PACKAGE FREIGHTER FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. APU

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR AND


SURGE TANK ACCUMULATOR IN RIGHT
WHEEL WELL

CENTER FUEL TANK

RIGHT MAIN
APU FUEL LINE
FUEL TANK
2170 GAL -
8214 L

DRY BAY HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR IN


LEFT WING FILLET

6900 GAL - LEFT MAIN FUEL TANKS


26119 L HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR IN
APU EMERGENCY LEFT WHEEL WELLS
CONTROL PANEL
SURGE TANK
LOCATED ON THE
NOSE GEAR
2170 GAL - 8214 L

HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE IN Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
RIGHT SIDE, FORWARD WHEEL FIRE
CARGO COMPARTMENT AFT
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
OF DOOR
maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
ENGINE OIL TANK -
temperature is excessive.
FLIGHT DECK PORTABLE LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE
OXYGEN BOTTLE ON PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES IN OF EACH ENGINE
BULKHEAD BEHIND LAVATORY WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
CAPTAIN apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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757-200 PACKAGE FREIGHTER EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1

1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS EXTERNAL HANDLE 2 CUT-IN AREAS


CRANK HANDLE
NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER
(SHOWN EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE
EXTENDED) INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR
EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS.
URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.
PULL HANDLE
(SHOWN
ACCESS DOOR EXTENDED)

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE LATCH.
2. PULL BUTTERFLY HANDLE FROM RECESS AND ROTATE 180° IN
DIRECTION OF “OPEN” ARROW.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.

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757-200 PACKAGE FREIGHTER EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

APU ACCESS

2 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

LOWER DECK CARGO


DOOR ON RIGHT SIDE -
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR

LOWER DECK CARGO DOOR ON


RIGHT SIDE - OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR

PILOT’S WINDOW
ON RIGHT SIDE

SIDE CARGO DOOR

AVERAGE DISTANCE FLOOR LEVEL TO


GROUND
1 ENTRY DOOR WHEELS RETRACTED: 6 FT 6 IN
WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

757-200 PACKAGE FREIGHTER BATTERY LOCATIONS

AFT CARGO DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

FWD CARGO DOOR

MAIN BATTERY

NOSE GEAR COMPARTMENT APU BATTERY

ACCESS DOOR

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757-200 PACKAGE FREIGHTER FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

APU CONTROL
SWITCH - OFF

BATTERY SWITCH - PUSH


NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS
REMOVED

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCHES -


PULL (IF NOT
ILLUMINATED, PUSH
AND HOLD THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO
RELEASE)

ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL (IF


NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD
DEPR
THE BUTTON UNDER THE SWITCH
CARGO
TO RELEASE)

MAIN

FWD AFT

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.
FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF

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757-200 PACKAGE FREIGHTER

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757-300 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. APU

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR AND


SURGE TANKS ACCUMULATOR IN RIGHT
WHEEL WELL

CENTER FUEL TANK

RIGHT MAIN
APU FUEL LINE
FUEL TANK
2220 GAL -
8404 L

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR IN
LEFT WING FILLET

7050 GAL - LEFT MAIN FUEL TANKS


26687 L HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR IN
APU EMERGENCY LEFT WHEEL WELLS
CONTROL PANEL
SURGE TANK
LOCATED ON THE
NOSE GEAR

2220 GAL - 8404 L

HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE IN Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
RIGHT SIDE, FORWARD
CARGO COMPARTMENT AFT WHEEL FIRE
OF DOOR Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
maintain a cooling effect.
ENGINE OIL TANK - Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
FLIGHT DECK PORTABLE LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE temperature is excessive.
OXYGEN BOTTLE ON PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES IN OF EACH ENGINE
FWD PASS CABIN
WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
BULKHEAD BEHIND
CAPTAIN apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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757-300 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS EXTERNAL HANDLE 2 OVERWING ESCAPE HATCHES

NOTE: ESCAPE SLIDE DISARMS


AUTOMATICALLY WHEN
DOOR OR HATCH IS OPENED
FROM THE OUTSIDE, EXCEPT
FOR TYPE 1 EMERGENCY
EXIT DOOR.

FLIGHT DECK WINDOWS


CANNOT BE OPENED FROM
THE OUTSIDE.
TO OPEN DOOR
1. PUSH HANDLE RELEASE LATCH. TO OPEN HATCH:
2. PULL BUTTERFLY HANDLE FROM RECESS AND ROTATE 180° IN 1. LIFT LOWER PORTION OF HANDLE AWAY
DIRECTION OF “OPEN” ARROW. FROM THE SIDE OF THE AIRPLANE.
3. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 2. PUSH INWARD AND UP ON THE HANDLE.
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

3 TYPE 1 EMERGENCY EXIT DOOR 4 CUT-IN AREAS


NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER
EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY
TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO
GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF
SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

FWD

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PUSH ON “PUSH” PANEL TO GAIN ACCESS TO HANDLE.
2. PULL HANDLE FORWARD AND OUTWARD.
3. DOOR OPENS OUTWARD AND DOWN.

WARNING: STAND TO THE SIDE OF DOOR WHEN PULLING


HANDLE. ESCAPE SLIDE DOES NOT DISARM AND WILL
DEPLOY IMMEDIATELY WHEN A TYPE 1 DOOR IS OPENED
FROM THE OUTSIDE.

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757-300 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

1 ENTRY DOORS APU ACCESS

4 CUT-IN AREAS

2 OVERWING ESCAPE HATCHES


(AS INSTALLED)
CARGO DOOR ON RIGHT
SIDE - OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR

OPTIONAL CARGO DOOR ON


RIGHT SIDE - OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR
4 CUT-IN AREAS

3 EMERGENCY EXITS
CARGO DOOR ON COMBI (AS INSTALLED)

CARGO DOOR ON RIGHT


SIDE - OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR

1 ENTRY DOORS

1 ENTRY DOORS

AVERAGE DISTANCE FLOOR LEVEL TO


GROUND
WHEELS RETRACTED: 6 FT 6 IN
WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

757-300 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

AFT CARGO DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

FWD CARGO DOOR

MAIN BATTERY

AFT CARGO DOOR

NOSE GEAR COMPARTMENT


APU BATTERY

ACCESS DOOR

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

757-300 SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

APU CONTROL
SWITCH - OFF

BATTERY SWITCH - PRESS


NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS
REMOVED

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCHES -


PULL (IF NOT
ILLUMINATED, PUSH
AND HOLD THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO
RELEASE)

ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL (IF


NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD
THE BUTTON UNDER THE SWITCH
TO RELEASE)

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.
FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF

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757-300 SERIES COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


VERTICAL STABILIZER TIP CAP
RUDDER

ELEVATORS AND TABS


VERTICAL STABILIZER
PANELS
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
UPPER/LOWER TRAILING
AILERONS EDGE PANELS

LEADING EDGE SLAT


AND FIXED PANELS
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
UPPER/LOWER SKIN
PANELS
STRUT FAIRINGS
INBOARD/OUTBOARD
SPOILERS AND FLAPS

RADOME

PYLON FAIRING
PANELS

NOSE LANDING
GEAR DOORS

WING TO BODY
FLAP TRACK FAIRING
FAIRINGS

INLET/FAN/ THRUST REVERSER


COWL
MAIN LANDING
GEAR DOORS

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767 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


767 (tab)

CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across sections of aircraft
that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. Crews need to verify the integrity of the
surface area before moving their weight and equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to
deformity of structure, visual signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked
with a pike pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

SURGE TANK HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR IN APU


RIGHT WHEEL WELL

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR IN
RIGHT WHEEL WELL

FUEL TANK
APU FUEL LINE
6070 GAL -
DRY BAY 22977 L

OPTIONAL PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES


THROUGHOUT CABIN

FUEL TANK
OPTIONAL PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES ON 1 SURGE TANK
FORWARD SIDE OF BULKHEAD

6070 GAL - 22977 L

APU EMERGENCY
CONTROL PANEL FUEL TANK
LOCATED ON THE
NOSE GEAR
CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE IN
RIGHT SIDE, E & E
COMPARTMENT

HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
ENGINE OIL TANK - Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
1 CENTER FUEL TANK CAPACITIES FORWARD RIGHT OR WHEEL FIRE
REAR LEFT SIDE OF Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
MODEL GALLONS LITERS EACH ENGINE maintain a cooling effect.
STANDARD 4,560 17,261 Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.
-200 ER 8,310 31,457
-300 ER 12,000 45,425 WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
-400 ER 12,000 45,425 fragmentation hazard.

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767 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOOR 2 OVERWING ESCAPE HATCHES 3 TYPE 1 EMERGENCY EXIT DOOR
EXTERNAL HANDLE

FWD

TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN HATCH: TO OPEN DOOR:


1. PUSH IN DISARM LEVER (RED 1. LIFT LOWER PORTION OF HANDLE AWAY 1. PUSH ON “PUSH” PANEL TO GAIN ACCESS TO HANDLE.
SURFACE LABLED “PUSH”). FROM THE SIDE OF THE AIRPLANE. 2. PULL HANDLE FORWARD AND OUTWARD.
2. PULL AND LIFT OPERATING 2. PUSH INWARD AND UP ON THE HANDLE. 3. DOOR OPENS OUTWARD AND DOWN.
HANDLE TO UNLATCH DOOR. 3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.
3. MOVE DOOR UPWARD. WARNING: STAND TO THE SIDE OF DOOR WHEN PULLING
HANDLE. ESCAPE SLIDE DOES NOT DISARM AND WILL
DEPLOY IMMEDIATELY WHEN A TYPE 1 DOOR IS OPENED
FROM THE OUTSIDE.

NOTES:
4 CUT-IN AREAS
1. FOR ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS AND OVERWING HATCHES, ESCAPE SLIDE DISARMS
NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT. AUTOMATICALLY WHEN DOOR OR HATCH IS OPENED FROM THE OUTSIDE.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
2. ON PASSENGER AIRPLANES, COCKPIT WINDOWS CANNOT BE OPENED FROM
RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND
THE OUTSIDE.
DOORS. URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.
3. ON 767 FREIGHTERS, THE RIGHT SIDE COCKPIT WINDOW CAN BE OPENED FROM
THE OUTSIDE.

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767 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

APU ACCESS
4 CUT-IN AREAS

3 TYPE 1 EMERGENCY EXIT


(OPTIONAL ON 767-300,
ALL 767-400)
767-400 FREIGHTERS - RIGHT
SIDE COCKPIT CAN BE OPENED
FROM THE OUTSIDE

1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS

1 ENTRY/SERVICE
DOORS (OPTIONAL
ON 767-300, ALL
767-400) 4 CUT-IN AREAS

CARGO DOOR ON RIGHT


4 CUT-IN AREAS SIDE - OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR

CARGO DOOR ON
RIGHT SIDE -
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR

2 OPTIONAL OVERWING 4 CUT-IN AREAS


ESCAPE HATCHES

AVERAGE DISTANCE FLOOR LEVEL TO


GROUND
1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS WHEELS RETRACTED: 7 FT 6 IN
WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT 6 IN

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767 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

AFT CARGO DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

FWD CARGO DOOR

MAIN BATTERY

AFT CARGO DOOR

APU BATTERY
EQUIPMENT ACCESS DOOR

NOSE GEAR DOOR

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767 SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

BAT STBY POWER


APU ON
AUTO
ON OFF BAT APU CONTROL OFF START

SWITCH - OFF
OFF
O
F
F

BATTERY SWITCH - PUSH


NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS
REMOVED

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCHES -


PULL (IF NOT
ILLUMINATED, PUSH
AND HOLD THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO
RELEASE)

ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL (IF L ENG ENG BTL ENG BTL R ENG
NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD OVHT 1 DISCH 2 DISCH OVHT ARMED ARMED
APU BTL
DISCH
THE BUTTON UNDER THE SWITCH FWD AFT

TO RELEASE)
L FUEL CONTROL R R BTL DSCH
RUN L I
E G
RICH F H
CUT OFF
T T DISCH

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.
FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF

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767 SERIES COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


VERTICAL STABILIZER TIP
RUDDER
HF ANTENNA
WINDOW
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
RAKED TIP UPPER/LOWER TRAILING
(-400 ONLY) EDGE PANELS
VERTICAL STABILIZER
FORWARD TORQUE
BOX PANELS ELEVATORS AND TABS

HORIZONTAL
INBOARD/OUTBOARD STABILIZER TIP
LEADING EDGE SLAT
AILERON PANELS
AND FIXED PANELS
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
UPPER/LOWER SKIN
PANELS

NACELLE STRUT
FAIRING

INBOARD/OUTBOARD
SPOILERS AND FLAPS

RIGID CARGO BARRIER


(-300F/-400)

RADOME

PYLON FAIRING
PANELS
NOSE LANDING
GEAR DOORS

MAIN LANDING
GEAR DOORS
WING TO BODY HEAT SHIELDS
FAIRING

INLET/FAN/ THRUST REVERSER


COWL

MAIN LANDING
GEAR DOORS
TAIL SKID FAIRING AND VAPOR
BARRIER
FLAP TRACK
FAIRINGS

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

767 SERIES PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS

Passenger Seatbelt Airbags


NOTE: Some models have optional seatbelt airbags. These seatbelts are
noticeably thicker due to the airbag mechanism.
CAUTION: AVOID AREA IN FRONT OF THE UNDEPLOYED AIRBAG
SEAT. DO NOT PLACE EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR THE SEAT, STAND CLEAR
OF UN-DEPLOYED AIRBAGS.

Lap Inflatable
Seatbelt

Firing System is
contained within seat
assembly

Side View
Front View
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISABLE THE SYSTEM AND
NEVER ASSUME THAT DISCONNECTING POWER WILL DISABLE THE
Note: Firing system is contained in seat assembly and consists of a
AIRBAG SYSTEM. THIS SHOULD ONLY BE DONE BY PROPERLY TRAINED
high pressure (up to 7,400 psi) compressed gas cylinder (inflator)
MECHANICS.
that is actuated by an independent battery.

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767 SERIES

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767 -2C Freighter FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


767 (tab)

CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across sections of aircraft
that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. Crews need to verify the integrity of the
surface area before moving their weight and equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to
deformity of structure, visual signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked
with a pike pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

SURGE TANK HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR IN APU


RIGHT WHEEL WELL

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR IN
RIGHT WHEEL WELL

AFT BODY
TANKS
FUEL TANK
APU FUEL LINE
6010 GAL -
DRY BAY 22750 L

OPTIONAL PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES


FWD BODY TANK THROUGHOUT CABIN
1805 GAL- 6832 L

11940 GAL - FUEL TANK


OPTIONAL PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES ON 45198 L SURGE TANK
FORWARD SIDE OF BULKHEAD

6010 GAL - 22750 L

APU EMERGENCY
CONTROL PANEL FUEL TANK
LOCATED ON THE
NOSE GEAR
REAR CREW 6 X 115 CU FT
OXYGEN BOTTLES IN
FORWARD LOWER LOBE

PILOTS 2 X 115 CU FT OXYGEN HOT BRAKES


BOTTLES Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
ENGINE OIL TANK - Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
REAR LEFT SIDE OF WHEEL FIRE
EACH ENGINE Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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767 -2C Freighter EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOOR 2 OVERWING ESCAPE HATCHES
EXTERNAL HANDLE

TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN HATCH:


1. PUSH IN DISARM LEVER (RED 1. LIFT LOWER PORTION OF HANDLE AWAY
SURFACE LABLED “PUSH”). FROM THE SIDE OF THE AIRPLANE.
2. PULL AND LIFT OPERATING 2. PUSH INWARD AND UP ON THE HANDLE.
HANDLE TO UNLATCH DOOR. 3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.
3. MOVE DOOR UPWARD.

NOTES:
4 CUT-IN AREAS
1. FOR ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS AND OVERWING HATCHES, ESCAPE SLIDE DISARMS
NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT. AUTOMATICALLY WHEN DOOR OR HATCH IS OPENED FROM THE OUTSIDE.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
2. ON PASSENGER AIRPLANES, COCKPIT WINDOWS CANNOT BE OPENED FROM
RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND
THE OUTSIDE.
DOORS. URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.
3. ON 767 FREIGHTERS, THE RIGHT SIDE COCKPIT WINDOW CAN BE OPENED FROM
THE OUTSIDE.

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767 -2C Freighter EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

APU ACCESS
4 CUT-IN AREAS

1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS

MAIN CARGO DOOR 4 CUT-IN AREAS

CARGO DOOR ON RIGHT


4 CUT-IN AREAS SIDE - OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR

CARGO DOOR ON
RIGHT SIDE -
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR

2 OVERWING ESCAPE 4 CUT-IN AREAS


HATCHES

AVERAGE DISTANCE FLOOR LEVEL TO


GROUND
1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS WHEELS RETRACTED: 7 FT 6 IN
WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT 6 IN

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767 -2C Freighter BATTERY LOCATIONS

AFT CARGO DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

FWD CARGO DOOR

MAIN BATTERY

AFT CARGO DOOR

APU BATTERY
EQUIPMENT ACCESS DOOR

NOSE GEAR DOOR

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767 -2C Freighter FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS

BAT STBY POWER


APU
ON
AUTO
ON OFF BAT APU CONTROL OFF START

SWITCH - OFF
OFF
O
F
F

BATTERY SWITCH - PUSH


NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS
REMOVED

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

APU FIRE SWITCHES -


PULL (IF NOT
ILLUMINATED, PUSH
AND HOLD THE BUTTON
UNDER THE SWITCH TO
RELEASE)

ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL (IF L ENG ENG BTL ENG BTL R ENG
CARGO FIRE
NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD OVHT 1 DISCH 2 DISCH OVHT APU BTL
DISCH
THE BUTTON UNDER THE SWITCH DEPR
TO RELEASE) CARGO
L FUEL CONTROL R R
RUN L I
E G ARMED
F H
CUT OFF
T T MAIN

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.
FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF

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767 -2C Freighter COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


VERTICAL STABILIZER TIP
RUDDER
HF ANTENNA
WINDOW
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
UPPER/LOWER TRAILING
VERTICAL STABILIZER EDGE PANELS
FORWARD TORQUE
BOX PANELS ELEVATORS AND TABS

HORIZONTAL
INBOARD/OUTBOARD STABILIZER TIP
LEADING EDGE SLAT
AILERON PANELS
AND FIXED PANELS
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
UPPER/LOWER SKIN
PANELS

NACELLE STRUT
FAIRING

INBOARD/OUTBOARD
SPOILERS AND FLAPS

RIGID CARGO BARRIER

RADOME

PYLON FAIRING
PANELS
NOSE LANDING
GEAR DOORS

MAIN LANDING
GEAR DOORS
WING TO BODY HEAT SHIELDS
FAIRING

MAIN LANDING
GEAR DOORS
EQUIPMENT FAIRING AND VAPOR
BARRIER
FLAP TRACK
FAIRINGS

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777 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


777 (tab)

CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across sections of aircraft that have
been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area
before moving their weight and equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure,
visual signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike pole, axe or any
instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

APU

OPTIONAL PASSENGER
SURGE TANK OXYGEN BOTTLES

HYDRAULIC
RESERVOIR IN
RIGHT WHEEL
WELL APU FUEL LINE

FUEL TANK
10300 GAL - 38990 L
HYDRAULIC
RESERVOIR IN
LEFT AND RIGHT
ENGINE STRUTS 1 AND 3 MAIN FUEL TANKS CENTER FUEL TANK
FUEL TANK -200 9300 GAL - 35200 L -200 12400 GAL - 46900 L
(AS INSTALLED) -200ER 9560 GAL - 36200 L -200ER 26100 GAL - 98790 L
-200LR 1850 GAL - 7003 L -200LR 10300 GAL - 38990 L -200LR 27290 GAL - 103290 L
-300 9560 GAL - 36200 L -300 26100 GAL - 98790 L
FUEL TANK -300ER 10300 GAL - 38990 L -300ER 27290 GAL - 103290 L
27290 GAL - 103290 L

PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES SURGE TANK


FUEL TANK
10300 GAL - 38990 L

HYDRAULIC HOT BRAKES


ACCUMULATOR Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
IN LEFT WHEEL Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
OPTIONAL PORTABLE ENGINE OIL TANK - maintain a cooling effect.
OXYGEN BOTTLES ON CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE IN EE FORWARD RIGHT SIDEWheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
FWD BULKHEAD FWD COMPARTMENT LEFT SIDE OF OF EACH ENGINE temperature is excessive.
RIGHT GALLEY WHEEL WELL

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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777 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOOR/OVERWING EXIT EXTERNAL HANDLE 2 CUT-IN AREAS
NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT
IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES
PUSH IN FLAPS (RED) AND DOORS. URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.
TO ACCESS HANDLE

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PUSH IN RED FLAPS.
2. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS.
3. ROTATE HANDLE 180 DEGREES IN THE DIRECTION OF THE “OPEN” ARROW.
4. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.

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777 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

BULK CARGO DOOR ON


RIGHT SIDE - OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR

1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS

2 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL
AIRPLANES)
1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS

2 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL
AIRPLANES)
1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS
CARGO DOOR ON RIGHT
SIDE - OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR
2 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)
1 OVERWING EXIT DOORS
(300/300ER)

CARGO DOOR ON
RIGHT SIDE -
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR

AVERAGE DISTANCE FLOOR LEVEL TO


GROUND
WHEELS RETRACTED: 8 FT 3 IN
WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT 6 IN
1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

777 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-3

UPPER CREW REST AS INSTALLED-


ENTRANCE AT DOORS, 3R, 4R, 5L

LOWER CREW REST AS INSTALLED-


DOOR 3R

DOOR 1L - ALSO ALLOWS ACCESS


TO THE OVERHEAD CREW REST
AREA. THE OVERHEAD CREW REST
AREA MAY BE OCCUPIED AND MUST
BE CHECKED FOR TRAPPED AND/OR
INJURED PEOPLE.

UPPER AND LOWER CREW REST AREAS

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777 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-4

BUNK MODULE

SEAT MODULE

ENTRANCE
ENCLOSURE
FORWARD OVERHEAD FLIGHT CREW REST AREA

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777 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-5

AS INSTALLED

Main control panel


(inside enclosure)

AFT OVERHEAD FLIGHT CREW REST AREA

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777 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-6

AS INSTALLED

Attendant
switch panel

Main entry hatch


(shown open)

Hinge

Hatch swings up
Center
handle

LOWER FLIGHT CREW REST AREA

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November 30, 2015 777.0.7


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

777 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

AFT CARGO DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

AFT CARGO DOOR

APU BATTERY
EQUIPMENT ACCESS DOOR

MAIN BATTERY

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

777 SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS


BATTERY SWITCH - PRESS
ELECTRICAL NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS
APU REMOVED
BATTERY ON
OFF START APU BTL
CARGO FIRE
DISCH
ON
ARM
OFF FWD AFT
APU GEN APU SELECTOR -
ARMED ARMED
ON OFF
FWD AFT
OFF FAULT
DISCH
DISCH
FIRE/
L BUS TIE R BUS TIE OVHT
TEST
AUTO AUTO
DISCH
ISLN SECONDARY PRIMARY ISLN
EXT PWR EXT PWR

ON ON
AVAIL AVAIL

L R APU FIRE SWITCHES - PULL (IF


L MAIN L XFR R XFR R MAIN
GEN GEN NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND
CTRL CTRL HOLD THE BUTTON UNDER
BACKUP GEN
ON L R ON THE SWITCH TO RELEASE)
OFF ON ON OFF

OFF OFF

DRIVE DRIVE
L DRIVE DISC R

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

ENG BTL ENG BTL


1 DISCH 2 DISCH
ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL (IF
DISCH DISCH
NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD
1 2 1 2 THE BUTTON UNDER THE SWITCH
R
FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF L I TO RELEASE)
E G
L FUEL CONTROL R
F H
RUN
T T
CUTOFF
CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

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November 30, 2015 777.0.9


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

777 SERIES COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


VERTICAL STABILIZER RUDDER
OUTBOARD TORQUE BOX SKIN/
AILERON STRINGERS/SPARS
RUDDER TAB

ELEVATORS
UPPER/LOWER WING SPOILERS
LEADING EDGE
FLAPERON

SPOILERS HORIZONTAL STABILIZER


FORWARD AND AFT TORQUE BOX SKIN/
STRUT FAIRINGS STRINGERS/SPARS

ENGINE COWL -
INLET, FAN, THRUST INBOARD FLAPS
REVERSER
OUTBOARD FLAPS

FAN COWL
SUPPORT BEAM
FAIRING

NOSE LANDING
UPPER/LOWER WING GEAR DOORS
TRAILING EDGE

WING TO BODY
FLAP SUPPORT FAIRINGS FAIRING

MAIN LANDING
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER GEAR DOORS
LOWER/UPPER TRAILING
EDGE PANELS

AFT FUSELAGE
SKIN PANELS

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

777 SERIES PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS

Passenger Seatbelt Airbags


NOTE: Some models have optional seatbelt airbags. These seatbelts are
noticeably thicker due to the airbag mechanism.
CAUTION: AVOID AREA IN FRONT OF THE UNDEPLOYED AIRBAG
SEAT. DO NOT PLACE EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR THE SEAT, STAND CLEAR
OF UN-DEPLOYED AIRBAGS.

Lap Inflatable
Seatbelt

Firing System is
contained within seat
assembly

Side View
Front View
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISABLE THE SYSTEM AND
NEVER ASSUME THAT DISCONNECTING POWER WILL DISABLE THE
Note: Firing system is contained in seat assembly and consists of a
AIRBAG SYSTEM. THIS SHOULD ONLY BE DONE BY PROPERLY TRAINED
high pressure (up to 7,400 psi) compressed gas cylinder (inflator)
MECHANICS.
that is actuated by an independent battery.

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777 SERIES

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777 FREIGHTER SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

APU

PASSENGER OXYGEN
BOTTLES
SURGE TANK

HYDRAULIC
RESERVOIR IN
RIGHT WHEEL
WELL APU FUEL LINE

FUEL TANK
10300 GAL - 38990 L
HYDRAULIC
RESERVOIR IN
LEFT AND RIGHT
ENGINE STRUTS 1 AND 3 MAIN FUEL TANKS CENTER FUEL TANK
-200 9300 GAL - 35200 L -200 12400 GAL - 46900 L
FUEL TANK -200ER 9560 GAL - 36200 L -200ER 26100 GAL - 98790 L
(AS INSTALLED) -200LR 10300 GAL - 38990 L -200LR 27290 GAL - 103290 L
-200LR 1850 GAL - 7003 L -300 9560 GAL - 36200 L -300 26100 GAL - 98790 L
FUEL TANK -300ER 10300 GAL - 38990 L -300ER 27290 GAL - 103290 L
27290 GAL - 103290 L

PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES SURGE TANK


FUEL TANK
10300 GAL - 38990 L

HYDRAULIC
ACCUMULATOR HOT BRAKES
IN LEFT WHEEL Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
WELL Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
OPTIONAL PORTABLE ENGINE OIL TANK - Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
OXYGEN BOTTLES ON CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE IN EE FORWARD RIGHT SIDE maintain a cooling effect.
FWD BULKHEAD FWD COMPARTMENT LEFT SIDE OF OF EACH ENGINE Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
RIGHT GALLEY WHEEL WELL temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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November 30, 2015 777.1.1


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

777 FREIGHTER SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOOR EXTERNAL HANDLE 2 CUT-IN AREAS
NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER
EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO
PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN
PUSH IN FLAPS (RED) ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF SITUATION
TO ACCESS HANDLE WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PUSH IN RED FLAPS.
2. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS.
3. ROTATE HANDLE 180 DEGREES IN THE DIRECTION OF THE “OPEN” ARROW.
4. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.

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777.1.2 November 30, 2015


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777 FREIGHTER SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

BULK CARGO DOOR ON


RIGHT SIDE (OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR)

2 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL
AIRPLANES)

2 CUT-IN AREAS
(NOT MARKED ON ALL
AIRPLANES)

CARGO DOOR ON RIGHT


2 CUT-IN AREAS SIDE (OPERATING
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES) INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR)

SIDE CARGO DOOR

CARGO DOOR ON
RIGHT SIDE
(OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON
DOOR)

AVERAGE DISTANCE FLOOR LEVEL TO


GROUND
WHEELS RETRACTED: 8 FT 3 IN
WHEELS EXTENDED: 16 FT 6 IN
1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS

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November 30, 2015 777.1.3


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

777 FREIGHTER SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

AFT CARGO DOOR

Emergency Locator Transmitter


(ELT) (as installed)

AFT CARGO DOOR

APU BATTERY
EQUIPMENT ACCESS DOOR

MAIN BATTERY

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777.1.4 November 30, 2015


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777 FREIGHTER SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS


BATTERY SWITCH - PRESS
ELECTRICAL NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS
APU REMOVED
BATTERY ON
OFF START APU BTL
CARGO FIRE
DISCH
ON
ARM
OFF FWD AFT
APU GEN APU SELECTOR -
ARMED ARMED
ON OFF
FWD AFT
OFF FAULT
DISCH
DISCH
FIRE/
L BUS TIE R BUS TIE OVHT
TEST
AUTO AUTO
DISCH
ISLN SECONDARY PRIMARY ISLN
EXT PWR EXT PWR

ON ON
AVAIL AVAIL

L R APU FIRE SWITCHES - PULL (IF


L MAIN L XFR R XFR R MAIN
GEN GEN NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND
CTRL CTRL HOLD THE BUTTON UNDER
BACKUP GEN
ON L R ON THE SWITCH TO RELEASE)
OFF ON ON OFF

OFF OFF

DRIVE DRIVE
L DRIVE DISC R

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

ENG BTL ENG BTL


1 DISCH 2 DISCH
ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL (IF
DISCH DISCH
NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD
1 2 1 2 THE BUTTON UNDER THE SWITCH
R
FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF L I TO RELEASE)
E G
L FUEL CONTROL R
F H
RUN
T T
CUTOFF
CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

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November 30, 2015 777.1.5


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

777 FREIGHTER SERIES COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS


VERTICAL STABILIZER RUDDER
OUTBOARD TORQUE BOX SKIN/
AILERON STRINGERS/SPARS
RUDDER TAB

ELEVATORS
UPPER/LOWER WING SPOILERS
LEADING EDGE
FLAPERON

SPOILERS HORIZONTAL STABILIZER


FORWARD AND AFT TORQUE BOX SKIN/
STRUT FAIRINGS STRINGERS/SPARS

ENGINE COWL -
INLET, FAN, THRUST INBOARD FLAPS
REVERSER
OUTBOARD FLAPS

FAN COWL
SUPPORT BEAM
FAIRING

NOSE LANDING
UPPER/LOWER WING GEAR DOORS
TRAILING EDGE

WING TO BODY
FLAP SUPPORT FAIRINGS FAIRING

MAIN LANDING
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER GEAR DOORS
LOWER/UPPER TRAILING
EDGE PANELS

AFT FUSELAGE
SKIN PANELS

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777.1.6 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

787 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


787 (tab)

CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

PASSENGER OXYGEN UNITS


ARE LOCATED AT EACH PSU
STATION
APU

SURGE TANK

HYDRAULIC FUEL TANK 787-8


5570 GAL - 21085 L
RESERVOIR IN
LEFT AND RIGHT FUEL TANK 787-9 APU FUEL LINE
5520 GAL - 20895 L
ENGINE STRUTS

HYDRAULIC
RESERVOIR IN
LEFT WING TO
CARGO AND ENGINE FIRE FUEL TANK 787-8 BODY FARING
BOTTLES (UP TO 11) 22200 GAL - 84036 L
SURGE TANK
FUEL TANK 787-9
22340 GAL - 84566 L FUEL TANK 787-8
5570 GAL - 21085 L
FUEL TANK 787-9
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES 5520 GAL - 20895 L

HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
HYDRAULIC
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
ACCUMULATOR
IN LEFT WHEEL WELL Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
ENGINE OIL TANK -
CREW OXYGEN BOTTLE IN EE FORWARD RIGHT SIDE Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
OF EACH ENGINE maintain a cooling effect.
COMPARTMENT RIGHT SIDE Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
OF WHEEL WELL
temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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787 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOOR EXTERNAL HANDLE

PUSH IN FLAP (RED) TO


ACCESS HANDLE

OPEN

PUSH

PUSH

(TYPICAL)

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PUSH IN RED FLAP.
2. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS.
3. ROTATE HANDLE 180 DEGREES IN THE DIRECTION OF THE “OPEN” ARROW.
4. PULL DOOR OUTWARD.

2 CREW OVERHEAD ESCAPE HATCH EXTERNAL HANDLE

W8MT-26-00-0005

W8MT-26-00-0005

TO OPEN HATCH:
1. PUSH RELEASE TRIGGER ON HANDLE (HANDLE WILL SPRING OUT FROM RECESS APPROXIMATELY 3 INCHES).
2. ROTATE HANDLE 180°.
3. PUSH HATCH INWARD.

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787 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

CARGO DOOR ON RIGHT


SIDE (OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR)

1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS

1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS

1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS BULK CARGO DOOR ON


LEFT SIDE (OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS ON DOOR)
3 CUT-IN AREA
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)
3 CUT-IN AREA
(NOT MARKED ON ALL AIRPLANES)

CARGO DOOR ON RIGHT SIDE


(OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
ON DOOR)

2 CREW OVERHEAD
ESCAPE HATCH

AVERAGE DISTANCE FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND

WHEELS RETRACTED: 7 FT 6 IN

WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT 6 IN
1 ENTRY/SERVICE DOORS

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November 30, 2015 787.0.3


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787 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-3

DOOR 4L - ALSO ALLOWS ACCESS


TO THE OVERHEAD FLIGHT
ATTENDANT REST AREA. THE
OVERHEAD FLIGHT ATTENDANT
REST AREA MAY BE OCCUPIED AND
MUST BE CHECKED FOR TRAPPED
AND/OR INJURED PEOPLE.

DOOR 1L - ALSO ALLOWS ACCESS


TO THE OVERHEAD FLIGHT CREW
REST AREA. THE OVERHEAD FLIGHT
CREW REST AREA MAY BE OCCUPIED
AND MUST BE CHECKED FOR
TRAPPED AND/OR INJURED PEOPLE.

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787 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-4

SEAT MODULE

NOTE: SINGLE SEAT CONFIGURATION SHOWN


TWO SEAT CONFIGURATION ALSO
AVAILABLE.

BUNK MODULE

ENTRANCE ENCLOSURE

OVERHEAD FLIGHT CREW REST AREA

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November 30, 2015 787.0.5


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787 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-5

BUNK MODULE

ENTRANCE ENCLOSURE

OVERHEAD FLIGHT ATTENDANT REST AREA

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787.0.6 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

787 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS


NOTE: The box containing the lithium-ion battery cells is secured
inside a reinforced stainless steel enclosure capable of
containing a lithium-ion battery event. Venting of vapor
during a battery failure event may be visible from an
exterior vent on the bottom of the aircraft under the
forward or aft E&E bay. During active venting, there is no
reason to make access to the E&E bay.

NOTE: If vapor is visible or odors are noticed, advise ground


personnel to stay clear of vapor if battery is still venting.
Emergency Locator Transmitter
(ELT) (as installed)
CAUTION: MAKE NO ATTEMPT TO DISCONNECT BATTERY
PACK FROM THE AIRCRAFT’S ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
USING QUICK DISCONNECT OR BY CUTTING THE
BATTERY CABLES.

APU BATTERY OVERBOARD VENT


(exterior, see note)

MAIN BATTERY OVERBOARD VENT


(exterior, see note)

AFT AFT

ACCESS DOOR LITHIUM-ION MAIN BATTERY ACCESS DOOR LITHIUM-ION APU BATTERY
FWD E&E BAY (stainless steel enclosure) AFT E&E BAY (stainless steel enclosure)

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787 SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS


ELECTRICAL BATTERY SWITCH - PRESS
NOTE: ON SYMBOL IS CARGO FIRE
APU BTL
BATTERY APU
REMOVED DISCH
IFE/PASS CABIN/
SEATS UTILITY ON
ON OFF START A ARM
FWD
P
U
AFT
ON ON OFF
ARMED ARMED
OFF OFF
APU GEN FWD AFT
L R FAULT
DISCH
ON ON
DISCH
FIRE/
OFF OFF
FWD EXT PWR OVHT
L R AFT EXT PWR
TEST
ON ON ON DISCH
AVAIL AVAIL AVAIL

AC BUSES
GEN CTRL GEN CTRL
L1 L2 R1 R2

ON ON ON ON

OFF OFF OFF OFF APU FIRE SWITCH - PULL (IF NOT
ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD THE
BUTTON UNDER THE SWITCH TO
RELEASE)
DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE

L1 L2 DRIVE DISC R1 R2

THRUST LEVERS - RETARD

ENG BTL ENG BTL


ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES - PULL (IF
1 DISCH 2 DISCH NOT ILLUMINATED, PUSH AND HOLD
THE BUTTON UNDER THE SWITCH TO
L FUEL CONTROL R DISCH DISCH
RELEASE)
1 2 1 2
R
RUN L I
E G
F H
T T
CUTOFF

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES - CUTOFF EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

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787.0.8 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

787 SERIES COMPOSITE MATERIALS LOCATIONS

CARBON LAMINATE
CARBON SANDWICH
OTHER COMPOSITES

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November 30, 2015 787.0.9


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

787 SERIES PASSENGER SEATBELT AIRBAGS

Passenger Seatbelt Airbags


NOTE: Some models have optional seatbelt airbags. These seatbelts are
noticeably thicker due to the airbag mechanism.
CAUTION: AVOID AREA IN FRONT OF THE UNDEPLOYED AIRBAG
SEAT. DO NOT PLACE EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR THE SEAT, STAND CLEAR
OF UN-DEPLOYED AIRBAGS.

Lap Inflatable
Seatbelt

Firing System is
contained within seat
assembly

Side View
Front View
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISABLE THE SYSTEM AND
NEVER ASSUME THAT DISCONNECTING POWER WILL DISABLE THE
Note: Firing system is contained in seat assembly and consists of a
AIRBAG SYSTEM. THIS SHOULD ONLY BE DONE BY PROPERLY TRAINED
high pressure (up to 7,400 psi) compressed gas cylinder (inflator)
MECHANICS.
that is actuated by an independent battery.

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787.0.10 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC3 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


DC-3 (tab)

CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree


angle when apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims
and tires may pose a fragmentation hazard.

HYDRAULIC FLUID
TANK

FUEL TANKS

ENGINE OIL TANK

DEICER FLUID TANK


CARGO DOOR

MAIN CABIN ENTRANCE DOOR


804 GAL -
3043 L
OXYGEN BOTTLE

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL EMERGENCY
EXITS AND FORCED ACCESS AREAS

PILOT’S ENTRANCE DOOR

BATTERIES
ENGINE OIL TANK

HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

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DC3 SERIES

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DC-6 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


DC-6 (tab)

HOT BRAKES WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline. fragmentation hazard.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and maintain a
cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the temperature is
excessive.
FUEL TANK

FORCED ACCESS AREAS

DEICER FLUID TANK

FORCED ACCESS
AREA
ENGINE OIL TANK

CARGO DOOR (DC-6A ONLY)


2702 GAL - 10228 L

HYDRAULIC FLUID
TANK
MAIN CABIN ENTRANCE DOOR

OXYGEN BOTTLE
AUXILIARY OIL TANKS
PILOT’S ENTRANCE DOOR

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL EMERGENCY
EXITS
2702 GAL - 10228 L

FUEL TANK

ENGINE OIL TANKS


CARGO DOOR (DC-6A ONLY)
BATTERIES

CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across sections of aircraft that have been exposed to
fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual signs of flame impingement or uneven
surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

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DC-6 SERIES

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DC-7 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


DC-7 (tab)

FLARES

FUEL TANK

2756 GAL -
10433 L

ENGINE OIL TANKS

AUXILIARY OIL TANK ON


PORTABLE OXYGEN SOME AIRPLANES
BOTTLES

FLARES

DC-7/7B

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when AUXILIARY OIL TANK
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must


use caution when moving across sections of aircraft
PORTABLE OXYGEN that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result
BOTTLES of an accident. Crews need to verify the integrity of the
surface area before moving their weight and
3800 GAL - equipment across it. Signs could include but are not
14385 L limited to deformity of structure, visual signs of flame
impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity
ENGINE OIL TANKS can be checked with a pike pole, axe or any instrument
used to sound surfaces for integrity.

HOT BRAKES
FUEL TANK
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone. DC-7C
WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

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DC-7 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS

1 CREW AND MAIN CABIN DOORS 2 EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS 3 ESCAPE HATCH EXTERNAL HANDLE
EXTERNAL HANDLE EXTERNAL HANDLE

TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN HATCH:


1. ROTATE HANDLE COUNTERCLOCKWISE. 1. PULL HANDLE OUT. 1. PULL HANDLE OUT.
2. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 2. PUSH DOOR INWARD. 2. ROTATE HANDLE COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
3. PULL HATCH OUT.

4 CUT-IN AREAS NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER
EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND
POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE
DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF SITUATION
CUT-IN AREAS WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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DC-7 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS

1 MAIN CABIN DOOR

4 CUT-IN AREAS

2 EMERGENCY
EXIT DOOR

3 TYPICAL ESCAPE HATCHES

1 CREW AND CARGO DOOR

1 MAIN CABIN DOOR

4 CUT-IN AREAS

TYPICAL FIRE ACCESS

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DC-7 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

BATTERIES

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DC-7 FREIGHTER SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

FLARES

FUEL TANK

ENGINE OIL
TANKS

3800 GAL -
14385 L

FIRE EXTINGUISHER
BOTTLES
AUXILIARY OIL TANK

3800 GAL - ENGINE OIL TANKS


14385 L

FUEL TANK

PORTABLE OXYGEN
BOTTLES

FIRE ACCESS
HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone. CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
WHEEL FIRE sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
maintain a cooling effect. equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
temperature is excessive. pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

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DC-7 FREIGHTER SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 CREW AND MAIN CABIN DOORS 2 EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS 3 ESCAPE HATCH EXTERNAL HANDLE
EXTERNAL HANDLE EXTERNAL HANDLE

TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN HATCH:


1. ROTATE HANDLE COUNTERCLOCKWISE. 1. PULL HANDLE OUT. 1. PULL HANDLE OUT.
2. PULL DOOR OUTWARD. 2. PUSH DOOR INWARD. 2. ROTATE HANDLE COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
3. PULL HATCH OUT.

4 CUT-IN AREAS NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE POWER
EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND
POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL WITHIN, IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE
DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS. URGENCY OF SITUATION
CUT-IN AREAS WILL DICTATE THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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DC-7 FREIGHTER SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING
COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE
2 EMERGENCY EXIT DOOR

4 CUT-IN AREAS

3 TYPICAL ESCAPE
HATCHES

1 CREW AND CARGO


DOOR

1 MAIN CABIN DOOR

4 CUT-IN AREAS

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DC-8 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


DC-8 (tab)

CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.
HYDRAULIC SUMP LOCATED
IN LEFT WHEEL WELL

HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
LOCATED IN RIGHT WHEEL WELL

PASSENGER OXYGEN
BOTTLES

8950 GAL - HYDRAULIC


33879 L
ACCUMULATORS
FUEL TANKS LOCATED IN LEFT WHEEL

HYDRAULIC FLUID TANKS


LOCATED IN LEFT WING
5800 GAL - ROOT
CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM 21955 L FUEL TANK
BOTTLE 8950 GAL -
33879 L

HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR
LOCATED IN LEFT WING
ROOT

ENGINE OIL TANKS


HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS LOCATED IN maintain a cooling effect.
NOSEWHEEL WELL Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PASSENGER AND 2 EMERGENCY EXIT
SERVICE DOORS

TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR:


1. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS. 1. HOLD HANDLE.
2. ROTATE HANDLE FORWARD. 2. PUSH RELEASE PLATE (HANDLE
3. PULL DOOR OPEN. ON SOME AIRPLANES ONLY).

3 CUT-IN AREAS NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING


PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND
POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL
WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT
CUT-IN AREAS MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE
DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS.
URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE
THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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DC-8 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

1 AFT SERVICE
ENTRANCE DOOR

2 TYPICAL EMERGENCY
EXITS

2 AFT PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR
BREAK GLASS FOR ACCESS
TO HANDLE AND SLIDE
WINDOW AFT

1 FORWARD SERVICE
ENTRY DOOR
3 CUT-IN AREAS

1 FORWARD PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR

ACCESS TO ACCESSORY
AVERAGE DISTANCE COMPARTMENT
FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT.
WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

MAIN BATTERY
LOCATED IN RIGHT
WHEEL WELL

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8 FREIGHTER SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure,
visual signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked
with a pike pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. HYDRAULIC SUMP LOCATED
IN LEFT WHEEL WELL

HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
LOCATED IN RIGHT WHEEL WELL

PASSENGER OXYGEN
BOTTLES

8800 GAL -
33312 L HYDRAULIC
ACCUMULATORS LOCATED
FUEL TANKS
IN LEFT WHEEL WELL
HYDRAULIC FLUID TANKS
LOCATED IN LEFT WING
5800 GAL - ROOT
CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM 21955 L FUEL TANK
BOTTLE
8800 GAL -
33312 L

HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR
LOCATED IN LEFT WING
ROOT

ENGINE OIL TANKS

HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS LOCATED IN maintain a cooling effect.
NOSEWHEEL WELL Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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DC-8 FREIGHTER SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PASSENGER AND 2 EMERGENCY EXIT
SERVICE DOORS

TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR:


1. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS. 1. HOLD HANDLE.
2. ROTATE HANDLE FORWARD. 2. PUSH RELEASE PLATE (HANDLE
3. PULL DOOR OPEN. ON SOME AIRPLANES ONLY).

3 CUT-IN AREAS NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING


PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND
POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL
WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT
CUT-IN AREAS MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE
DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS.
URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE
THE NECESSITY FOR CUT-IN.

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DC-8 FREIGHTER SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING
COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE. 1 AFT SERVICE
ENTRANCE DOOR

2 TYPICAL EMERGENCY
EXITS

AFT CARGO
COMPARTMENT DOORS

1 AFT PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR

REMOVAL OF DOOR IS RESTRICTED ON


SOME AIRPLANES

FORWARD CARGO
COMPARTMENT
DOORS

3 CUT-IN AREAS
1 FORWARD SERVICE
ENTRY DOOR

1 CARGO LOADING DOOR

1 FORWARD PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR

AVERAGE DISTANCE ACCESS TO ACCESSORY


COMPARTMENT
FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
BREAK GLASS FOR ACCESS
TO HANDLE AND SLIDE WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT.
WINDOW AFT WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8 FREIGHTER SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

MAIN BATTERY
LOCATED IN RIGHT
WHEEL WELL

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-61 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

HYDRAULIC SUMP
LOCATED IN LEFT
WHEEL WELL

HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
LOCATED IN RIGHT WHEEL
WELL
PASSENGER OXYGEN
BOTTLES

8950 GAL -
33879 L
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR LOCATED
IN LEFT WHEEL WELL
FUEL TANKS

HYDRAULIC FLUID TANKS


LOCATED IN LEFT WING
6400 GAL -
ROOT FUEL TANK
CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM 24227 L
BOTTLE 8950 GAL -
33879 L

HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR
LOCATED IN LEFT WING
ROOT

ENGINE OIL TANKS


HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS LOCATED IN WHEEL FIRE
NOSEWHEEL WELL
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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DC-8-61 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PASSENGER AND 2 EMERGENCY EXIT 3 CUT-IN AREAS
SERVICE DOORS

CUT-IN AREAS

NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING


PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR: BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND
1. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS. 1. HOLD HANDLE. POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL
2. ROTATE HANDLE FORWARD. 2. PUSH RELEASE PLATE (HANDLE WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT
3. PULL DOOR OPEN. ON SOME AIRPLANES ONLY). MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE
DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS.
URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE
THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

4 EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE FROM
RECESS.
2. ROTATE HANDLE
FORWARD.
3. PULL DOOR OPEN.

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DC-8-61 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING
COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE. 1 AFT SERVICE
ENTRANCE
DOOR

4 TYPICAL EMERGENCY
EXIT DOORS

BREAK GLASS FOR ACCESS 2 OVERWING EMERGENCY


TO HANDLE AND SLIDE 3 CUT-IN AREA EXITS
WINDOW AFT

1 GALLEY
SERVICE DOOR 1 AFT PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR
4 TYPICAL EMERGENCY
EXIT DOORS 3 CUT-IN AREA

1 FORWARD SERVICE
ENTRY DOOR AFT CARGO
COMPARTMENT DOORS

FORWARD CARGO
COMPARTMENT DOORS

1 FORWARD PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR ACCESS TO ACCESSORY
COMPARTMENT

AVERAGE DISTANCE
FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT.
WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-61 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

MAIN BATTERY
LOCATED IN RIGHT
WHEEL WELL

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-62 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

TYPICAL HYDRAULIC
PUMP
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS
LOCATED IN RIGHT WHEEL
WELL
PASSENGER OXYGEN
BOTTLES

HYDRAULIC SUMP
LOCATED IN LEFT WHEEL
WELL
8950 GAL -
33879 L HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR LOCATED
FUEL TANKS
IN LEFT WING ROOT

MAIN HYDRAULIC
CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM RESERVOIR LOCATED IN
BOTTLE 6400 GAL -
24227 L LEFT WING ROOT
FUEL TANK
8950 GAL -
33879 L

HYDRAULIC SUMPS

SURGE DAMPER
LOCATED IN LEFT
WING ROOT
HOT BRAKES
ENGINE OIL TANKS Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS LOCATED IN maintain a cooling effect.
NOSEWHEEL WELL Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-62 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PASSENGER AND 2 EMERGENCY EXIT
SERVICE DOORS

TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR:


1. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS. 1. HOLD HANDLE.
2. ROTATE HANDLE FORWARD. 2. PUSH RELEASE PLATE (HANDLE
3. PULL DOOR OPEN. ON SOME AIRPLANES ONLY).

3 CUT-IN AREAS NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING


PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND
POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL
WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT
CUT-IN AREAS MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE
DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS.
URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE
THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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DC-8-62 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING
COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

1 AFT SERVICE
ENTRANCE DOOR

2 TYPICAL EMERGENCY
EXITS

1 AFT PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR
BREAK GLASS FOR ACCESS
TO HANDLE AND SLIDE
WINDOW AFT

1 FORWARD SERVICE
ENTRY DOOR
3 CUT-IN AREAS

1 FORWARD PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR

AVERAGE DISTANCE ACCESS TO ACCESSORY


FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND COMPARTMENT

WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT.


WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-62 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

MAIN BATTERY
LOCATED IN RIGHT
WHEEL WELL

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-63 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike SURGE DAMPER
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

TYPICAL
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS HYDRAULIC PUMP
LOCATED IN RIGHT WHEEL WELL

PASSENGER OXYGEN
BOTTLES

HYDRAULIC SUMP
LOCATED IN LEFT WHEEL
WELL
8950 GAL - HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR LOCATED
FUEL TANKS
33879 L IN LEFT WING ROOT

MAIN HYDRAULIC
RESERVOIR LOCATED IN
6400 GAL -
24227 L LEFT WING ROOT
8950 GAL -
FUEL TANK
33879 L
OXYGEN BOTTLES

HYDRAULIC SUMPS

SURGE DAMPER
LOCATED IN LEFT
WING ROOT
HOT BRAKES
ENGINE OIL TANKS
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS LOCATED IN Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
NOSEWHEEL WELL maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-63 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PASSENGER AND 2 OVERWING EMERGENCY 3 FORWARD UPPER CARGO DOOR
SERVICE DOORS EXITS EXTERNAL CONTROL PANEL

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PUSH LOCKPIN HANDLE DOWN AND HOLD.
2. INSERT WRENCH IN HEX END OF DOOR
TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR: HANDLE SHAFT AND ROTATE.
1. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS. COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO UNLATCH
1. HOLD HANDLE.
2. ROTATE HANDLE FORWARD. 3. ATTACH SLING TO DOOR AND HOIST DOOR
2. PUSH RELEASE PLATE (HANDLE
3. PULL DOOR OPEN. ON SOME AIRPLANES ONLY). OPEN.

4 EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS 5 CUT-IN AREAS


CUT-IN AREAS

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE FROM
RECESS.
2. ROTATE HANDLE
FORWARD.
3. PULL DOOR OPEN.

NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING


PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND
POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL
WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT
MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE
DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS.
URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE
THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-63 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


GENERAL NOTE:

1. OBSERVE MARKINGS ON ALL DOORS FOR OPERABILITY. DO


NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN DOORS WHICH ARE BANDED OR
MARKED INOPERABLE.
2. DO NOT STAND IN FRONT OF PASSENGER SERVICE OR
1 AFT SERVICE
EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS WHEN OPENING. ESCAPE SLIDE
ENTRANCE DOOR
WILL INFLATE AUTOMATICALLY WHEN DOOR IS OPENED
AND DROP OVER LOWERED DOOR. 4 EMERGENCY EXIT
DOORS ON SOME
AIRPLANES

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING 2 OVERWING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS, EMERGENCY EXITS
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

1 GALLEY SERVICE
DOOR ON SOME
AIRPLANES 1 AFT PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR

4 TYPICAL EMERGENCY 5 CUT-IN AREA


EXIT DOORS
AFT CARGO
1 FORWARD SERVICE COMPARTMENT DOORS
ENTRY DOOR

5 CUT-IN AREA

FORWARD CARGO
COMPARTMENT DOORS

3 EXTERNAL CONTROL
PANEL

1 FORWARD UPPER
CARGO DOOR

1 FORWARD PASSENGER ACCESS TO ACCESSORY


ENTRANCE DOOR COMPARTMENT

AVERAGE DISTANCE
FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND

CLEARVIEW WINDOW WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT.


EXTERIOR ACCESS WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-63 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

MAIN BATTERY
LOCATED IN RIGHT
WHEEL WELL

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-71 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR

HYDRAULIC SPOILER RESERVOIR


ACCUMULATORS LOCATED LOCATED IN RIGHT
IN RIGHT WHEEL WELL WHEEL WELL

PASSENGER OXYGEN
BOTTLES

HYDRAULIC RUDDER
RESERVOIR LOCATED IN
LEFT WHEEL WELL
8950 GAL - HYDRAULIC
FUEL TANKS 33879 L ACCUMULATOR LOCATED
IN LEFT WHEEL WELL

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIRS
LOCATED IN LEFT WING
6400 GAL - ROOT
24227 L
FUEL TANK
8950 GAL -
33879 L
OXYGEN BOTTLES

OPTIONAL APU

AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC
PUMP

ENGINE OIL TANKS HOT BRAKES


Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS LOCATED IN
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
NOSEWHEEL WELL
maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-71 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PASSENGER AND 2 OVERWING EMERGENCY 3 FORWARD UPPER CARGO DOOR
SERVICE DOORS EXITS EXTERNAL CONTROL PANEL

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PUSH LOCKPIN HANDLE DOWN AND HOLD
2. INSERT WRENCH IN HEX END OF DOOR
TO OPEN DOOR: HANDLE SHAFT AND ROTATE.
TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS. 1. HOLD HANDLE. COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO UNLATCH
2. ROTATE HANDLE FORWARD. 3. ATTACH SLING TO DOOR AND HOIST DOOR
2. PUSH RELEASE PLATE (HANDLE
3. PULL DOOR OPEN. OPEN.
ON SOME AIRPLANES ONLY).

4 EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS 5 CUT-IN AREAS


CUT-IN AREAS

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE FROM
RECESS.
2. ROTATE HANDLE
FORWARD.
3. PULL DOOR OPEN.

NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING


PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND
POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL
WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT
MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE
DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS.
URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE
THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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DC-8-71 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


GENERAL NOTE:

1. OBSERVE MARKINGS ON ALL DOORS FOR OPERABILITY. DO


NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN DOORS WHICH ARE BANDED OR
MARKED INOPERABLE.
2. DO NOT STAND IN FRONT OF PASSENGER SERVICE OR 1 AFT SERVICE
EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS WHEN OPENING. ESCAPE SLIDE ENTRANCE DOOR
WILL INFLATE AUTOMATICALLY WHEN DOOR IS OPENED
4 EMERGENCY EXIT
AND DROP OVER LOWERED DOOR.
DOORS ON SOME
AIRPLANES

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS, 2 OVERWING
HATCHES AND WINDOWS EMERGENCY EXITS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.

1 GALLEY SERVICE
DOOR ON SOME
AIRPLANES
1 AFT PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR
4 TYPICAL EMERGENCY
EXIT DOORS 5 CUT-IN AREA
AFT CARGO
1 FORWARD SERVICE COMPARTMENT DOORS
ENTRY DOOR

5 CUT-IN AREA

FORWARD CARGO
COMPARTMENT DOORS
3 EXTERNAL CONTROL
PANEL

1 FORWARD UPPER
CARGO DOOR

1 FORWARD PASSENGER ACCESS TO ACCESSORY


ENTRANCE DOOR COMPARTMENT

AVERAGE DISTANCE
FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND

CLEARVIEW WINDOW WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT.


EXTERIOR ACCESS WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-71 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

MAIN BATTERY
LOCATED IN RIGHT
WHEEL WELL

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DC-8.5.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-72 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. HYDRAULIC ACUMULATOR

HYDRAULIC
ACCUMULATORS LOCATED TYPICAL
IN RIGHT WHEEL WELL HYDRAULIC PUMP

PASSENGER OXYGEN
BOTTLES

HYDRAULIC RUDDER
RESERVOIR IN LEFT
WHEEL WELL
8950 GAL - HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR
FUEL TANKS 33879 L LOCATED IN LEFT WING ROOT

MAIN HYDRAULIC
RESERVOIR LOCATED IN
6400 GAL - LEFT WING ROOT
24227 L FUEL TANK
8950 GAL -
OXYGEN BOTTLES 33879 L

HYDRAULIC
RESERVOIR
OPTIONAL
APU

HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
ENGINE OIL TANKS Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS LOCATED IN WHEEL FIRE
NOSEWHEEL WELL Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-72 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PASSENGER AND 2 OVERWING EMERGENCY 3 FORWARD UPPER CARGO DOOR
SERVICE DOORS EXITS EXTERNAL CONTROL PANEL

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PUSH LOCKPIN HANDLE DOWN AND HOLD.
2. INSERT WRENCH IN HEX END OF DOOR
TO OPEN DOOR: HANDLE SHAFT AND ROTATE
TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS. 1. HOLD HANDLE. COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO UNLATCH.
2. ROTATE HANDLE FORWARD. 3. ATTACH SLING TO DOOR AND HOIST DOOR
2. PUSH RELEASE PLATE (HANDLE
3. PULL DOOR OPEN. OPEN.
ON SOME AIRPLANES ONLY).

4 EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS 5 CUT-IN AREAS


CUT-IN AREAS

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE FROM
RECESS.
2. ROTATE HANDLE
FORWARD.
3. PULL DOOR OPEN.

NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING


PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND
POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL
WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT
MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE
DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS.
URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE
THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-72 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


GENERAL NOTE:
1. OBSERVE MARKINGS ON ALL DOORS FOR OPERABILITY. DO
NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN DOORS WHICH ARE BANDED OR
MARKED INOPERABLE.
2. DO NOT STAND IN FRONT OF PASSENGER SERVICE OR
EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS WHEN OPENING. ESCAPE SLIDE 1 AFT SERVICE
WILL INFLATE AUTOMATICALLY WHEN DOOR IS OPENED ENTRANCE DOOR
AND DROP OVER LOWERED DOOR.
4 EMERGENCY EXIT
2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING DOORS ON SOME
COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS, AIRPLANES
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.
2 OVERWING
EMERGENCY EXITS

1 AFT PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR
5 CUT-IN AREA

5 CUT-IN AREA
AFT CARGO
1 FORWARD SERVICE COMPARTMENT DOORS
ENTRY DOOR

1 FORWARD PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR

3 EXTERNAL CONTROL
PANEL

1 FORWARD UPPER
CARGO DOOR

ACCESS TO ACCESSORY
COMPARTMENT
AVERAGE DISTANCE
FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT.
WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT.
CLEARVIEW WINDOW
EXTERIOR ACCESS

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-72 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

MAIN BATTERY
LOCATED IN RIGHT
WHEEL WELL

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DC-8.6.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-73 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across
sections of aircraft that have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before moving their weight and
equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR
pole, axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity.

TYPICAL HYDRAULIC
PUMP IN 4 PLACES

SPOILER RESERVOIR
HYDRAULIC LOCATED IN RIGHT
ACCUMULATORS LOCATED WHEEL WELL
IN RIGHT WHEEL WELL

PASSENGER OXYGEN
BOTTLES

HYDRAULIC RUDDER
RESERVOIR LOCATED IN
LEFT WHEEL WELL
8950 GAL - HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR
FUEL TANKS 33879 L
LOCATED IN LEFT WING ROOT

MAIN HYDRAULIC
6400 GAL -
RESERVOIR LOCATED IN
24227 L LEFT WING ROOT
8950 GAL - FUEL TANK
33879 L
OXYGEN BOTTLES

HYDRAULIC SUMPS

OPTIONAL APU
HOT BRAKES
ENGINE OIL TANKS Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS LOCATED IN Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
NOSEWHEEL WELL maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-73 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PASSENGER AND 2 OVERWING EMERGENCY 3 FORWARD UPPER CARGO DOOR
SERVICE DOORS EXITS EXTERNAL CONTROL PANEL

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PUSH LOCKPIN HANDLE DOWN AND HOLD.
2. INSERT WRENCH IN HEX END OF DOOR
TO OPEN DOOR: HANDLE SHAFT AND ROTATE.
TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS. 1. HOLD HANDLE. COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO UNLATCH
2. ROTATE HANDLE FORWARD. 3. ATTACH SLING TO DOOR AND HOIST DOOR
2. PUSH RELEASE PLATE (HANDLE
3. PULL DOOR OPEN. OPEN.
ON SOME AIRPLANES ONLY).

4 EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS 5 CUT-IN AREAS


CUT-IN AREAS

TO OPEN DOOR:
1. PULL HANDLE FROM
RECESS.
2. ROTATE HANDLE
FORWARD.
3. PULL DOOR OPEN.

NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING


PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND
POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL
WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT
MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE
DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS.
URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE
THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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DC-8-73 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


GENERAL NOTE:
1. OBSERVE MARKINGS ON ALL DOORS FOR OPERABILITY. DO
NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN DOORS WHICH ARE BANDED OR
MARKED INOPERABLE.
2. DO NOT STAND IN FRONT OF PASSENGER SERVICE OR
EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS WHEN OPENING. ESCAPE SLIDE 1 AFT SERVICE
WILL INFLATE AUTOMATICALLY WHEN DOOR IS OPENED ENTRANCE DOOR
AND DROP OVER LOWERED DOOR. 4 EMERGENCY EXIT
2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING DOORS ON SOME
COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS, AIRPLANES
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.
2 OVERWING
EMERGENCY EXITS

1 GALLEY SERVICE
DOOR ON SOME
AIRPLANES
1 AFT PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR

4 TYPICAL EMERGENCY 5 CUT-IN AREA


EXIT DOORS
AFT CARGO
1 FORWARD SERVICE COMPARTMENT DOORS
ENTRY DOOR

5 CUT-IN AREA

FORWARD CARGO
COMPARTMENT DOORS

3 EXTERNAL CONTROL
PANEL

1 FORWARD UPPER
CARGO DOOR
1 FORWARD PASSENGER ACCESS TO ACCESSORY
ENTRANCE DOOR COMPARTMENT

AVERAGE DISTANCE
FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND
WHEELS RETRACTED: 9 FT.
CLEARVIEW WINDOW
EXTERIOR ACCESS WHEELS EXTENDED: 13 FT.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-8-73 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

MAIN BATTERY
LOCATED IN RIGHT
WHEEL WELL

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DC-8.7.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-9 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


DC-9 (tab)

CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use
caution when moving across sections of aircraft that have
been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident.
Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface area before 780/1000 GALLONS
moving their weight and equipment across it. Signs could 2953/3785 LITERS
include but are not limited to deformity of structure, visual
signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface 2
integrity can be checked with a pike pole, axe or any
instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. APU EXHAUST DUCT ON
RIGHT SIDE ONLY

FUEL VENT BOX


ENGINE OIL
FUEL OVERFLOW TANKS
STAND PIPE HYDRAULIC
OPTIONAL AUXILIARY ACCUMULATORS
OPTIONAL AUXILIARY FUEL TANK
FUEL TANK FIRE EXTINGUISHER AGENT
CONTAINERS
1386 GAL -
1 5247 L
580/780/100/1250 GALLONS
2196/2953/3785/4732 LITERS APU GROUND CONTROL
PANEL ON FUSELAGE

2
PORTABLE OXYGEN
FUEL TANKS BOTTLE
907 GAL -
3433 L HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS

1 FUEL TANK FUEL OVERFLOW


1386 GAL - 5247 L STAND PIPE
CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM
BOTTLES
FUEL VENT BOX
HYDRAULIC FLUID
RESERVOIR 1 PLACE IN
RAIN REPELLENT EACH WHEEL WELL
CONTAINERS
HOT BRAKES
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own.
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline.
PORTABLE OXYGEN Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
SYSTEM BOTTLE WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and
CREW PORTABLE OXYGEN maintain a cooling effect.
SYSTEM BOTTLES Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive.

WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
fragmentation hazard.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-9 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PASSENGER AND SERVICE DOORS 2 OVERWING EMERGENCY EXIT 3 TAIL CONE JETTISON LATCH

INTERIOR

TO OPEN DOOR: TO OPEN DOOR: EXTERIOR


1. PULL HANDLE FROM RECESS. 1. PUSH HANDLE.
2. ROTATE HANDLE. 2. PULL HANDLE AND AT THE SAME TIME, PUSH
3. PULL DOOR OPEN. IN ON TOP OF DOOR.
3. LIFT UP FORCIBLY.

4 CUT-IN AREAS
CUT-IN AREAS

NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING


PORTABLE POWER EQUIPMENT.
BECAUSE OF TYPE OF STRUCTURE AND
POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL
WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT
MAJOR EFFORT TO GAIN ACCESS BE
DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND DOORS.
URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE
THE NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-9 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2

APU COMPARTMENT JETTISONABLE TAIL


ACCESS DOOR CONE

AFT LOWER CARGO TAIL CONE ACCESS


COMPARTMENT DOOR DOOR

2 OVERWING 3 TAIL CONE


EMERGENCY EXITS JETTISON LATCH

FORWARD LOWER PASSENGER AFT ENTRANCE STAIRWAY


CARGO DOOR INTERRIOR CONTROL PANEL ON SOME
AIRPLANES

1 FORWARD SERVICE
ENTRANCE DOOR

ENGINE NACELLE LOWER


COWL DOOR
CLEARVIEW WINDOW-
CHILL PANE WITH CO2 4 CUT-IN AREAS
AND BREAK WITH HEAVY
FIRE AXE FOR ACCESS
TO HANDLE; SLIDE
WINDOW AFT

MAIN CARGO DOOR AND


EXTERNAL CONTROL PANEL ON
CARGO AIRPLANES ONLY

1 FORWARD PASSENGER
ENTRANCE DOOR

2” WIDE BAND OF CONTRASTING


AVERAGE DISTANCE COLOR INDICATING ALL DOORS,
FLOOR LEVEL TO GROUND HATCHES AND WINDOWS
EXTERNALLY OPERABLE.
CLEARVIEW WINDOW- EXTERIOR ACCESS WHEELS RETRACTED: 4 FT.
KNOCKOUT PANEL ON CARGO WHEELS EXTENDED: 8 FT.
AIRPLANES

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-9 SERIES BATTERY LOCATIONS

BATTERY

BATTERY QUICK
DISCONNECT

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DC-9.0.4 November 30, 2015


AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-9 SERIES FLIGHT DECK CONTROL SWITCH LOCATIONS


APU CONTROL PANEL
AGENT
1 8 9 01 10
LOW 7 EXH- 8 2 20
TEMP
6 7 3 APU
APU 6 30
1005 4
AGENT AGENT AGENT 5 0 PERCENT40
90 RPM
4 `C x 1001 80 6050
1 DISCH 2 2
LOW
1 DISCH 2
5 FIRE AGENT NO 2 3 2 70

E LOOPS A FIRE LOOPS B


E
N TEST BELL OFF TEST N 4 FIRE AGENT NO 1
G G FIRE AGENT
APU
AIR
F F NO 1 NO 2 OFF
I I OFF
ON DOORS
R R DISCH AUTO
E
PULL
E
PULL AIR COND
FIRE CONT COLDER
NORM MASTER OFF
OFF NON
RAM RAM
RUN
OFF &
AGENT ARM START
B,D,E - “ENG FIRE”
HANDLES 3 FIRE CONT 1 MASTER OFF
C - PULL WARNING MISC CAUTION

APU OIL
TEMP HI
APU OIL
PRESS LOW

APU FIRE

2 “APU FIRE” LIGHT

ENGINE SHUTDOWN AND FIRE PROCEDURE: APU SHUTDOWN AND FIRE PROCEDURE:
A. FUEL CONTROL LEVER(S) FROM “ON” TO “OFF” (DOWN). 1. APU “MASTER OFF” SWITCH TO “OFF” (UP).
B. IF LIGHT(S) IN HANDLES ARE ILLUMINATED... 2. IF “APU FIRE” LIGHT IN OVERHEAD PANEL IS
ILLUMINATED...FIRE CONT SW TO “OFF & AGENT ARM”.
C. PULL HANDLES FULLY OUT.
3. FIRE AGENT NO 1 SWITCH TO “DISCH” (DOWN).
D. ROTATE HANDLE CLOCKWISE.
4. AFTER 10 SECONDS FIRE AGENT NO 2 SWITCH TO
E. AFTER 10 SECONDS, ROTATE HANDLES “DISCH” (DOWN).
COUNTERCLOCKWISE.

CRITICAL SWITCH LOCATIONS AND THEIR OPERATION ARE SHOWN WITH THE
A - FUEL CONTROL LEVERS EXPANDED VIEWS OF THE CONTROL MODULES.

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-9 SERIES EXTERNAL APU FIRE CONTROLS

2 FIRE LIGHT

3 FIRE AGENT 1

APU SHUTDOWN AND FIRE PROCEDURE: 4 FIRE AGENT 2

1. “APU SHUT OFF” SWITCH TO “SHUT OFF” (UP.)


2. IF “FIRE” LIGHT IS ILLUMINATED:
3. FIRE AGENT 1 SWITCH TO “DISCHARGE” (UP)
4. AFTER 10 SECONDS, FIRE AGENT NO 2 SWITCH TO
“DISCHARGE” (UP.)

1 APU SHUT
OFF SWITCH

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING INFORMATION

DC-10 SERIES FLAMMABLE MATERIAL LOCATIONS


DC-10 (tab)

HOT BRAKES WARNING: Approach landing gear trucks from forward or aft at a 45 degree angle when
Normal cooling: Move aircraft to a suitable location and allow brakes to cool on their own. apporaching hot brakes or fighting a wheel fire, as rims and tires may pose a
Water mist: Can be deployed from turret or handline. fragmentation hazard. ENGINE 2 FUEL FIRE SHUTOFF VALVE
Fans: Placing fans may place firefighters very close to the hazard zone.
WHEEL FIRE
Apply large amounts of water initially with turrets. Transition to handline application to continue and ENGINE 2 HYDRAULIC FIRE SHUTOFF VALVE
maintain a cooling effect.
Wheels are equipped with fusible plugs designed to melt and deflate the tire when the
temperature is excessive. ENGINE 2 / APU FIRE EXTINGUISHER AGENT CONTAINERS

CAUTION: Rescue crews wearing full PPE to include SCBA’s must use caution when moving across sections of aircraft that
have been exposed to fatigue or fire as the result of an accident. Crews need to verify the integrity of the surface
area before moving their weight and equipment across it. Signs could include but are not limited to deformity of
structure, visual signs of flame impingement or uneven surfaces. Surface integrity can be checked with a pike pole,
ENGINE 2 OIL
axe or any instrument used to sound surfaces for integrity. TANK

PORTABLE OXYGEN
OVERBOARD VENT
BOTTLES
OUTLET
HYDRAULIC FLUID
FUEL VENT BOX FUEL RESERVOIR
TANKS
HYDRAULIC
TYPICAL PRESSURE ACCUMULATORS
REFUELING ADAPTER IN RIGHT WHEEL
WELL
APU EXHAUST DUCT ON
ENGINE 3 FUEL FIRE SHUTOFF VALVE RIGHT SIDE ONLY
ENGINE 3 HYDRAULIC FIRE SHUTOFF VALVE
6000 GAL - FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
ENGINE 3 FIRE EXTINGUISHER 22712 L
AGENT CONTAINERS
HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATORS IN
OPTIONAL AUXILIARY LEFT WHEEL WELL
FUEL TANK 9700 GAL -
36718 L HYDRAULIC RESERVOIRS IN
WHEEL WELLS
ENGINE 3 OIL TANK
FUEL VENT BOX
14600GAL - FUEL TANK
55267 L OVERBOARD
VENT OUTLET
CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM 6000 GAL - 22712 L
BOTTLES

OXYGEN
RAIN REPELLENT BOTTLES
CONTAINERS
ENGINE 1 FUEL FIRE SHUTOFF VALVE
LOWER CARGO FIRE
EXTINGUISHER ENGINE 1 HYDRAULIC FIRE SHUTOFF VALVE
CONTAINER
ENGINE 1 FIRE EXTINGUISHER
ENGINE 1 OIL TANK AGENT CONTAINERS

PORTABLE OXYGEN FIRE EXTINGUISHERS FIRE


BOTTLES EXTINGUISHERS

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DC-10 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-1


1 PASSENGER AND SERVICE DOORS

PUSH BUTTON TYPE NON PUSH BUTTON TYPE

NOTE: WHEN MOVED TO “EMERGENCY” POSITION AND HELD, ALLOWS DOOR NOTE: WHENPLACED IN “EMERGENCY” POSITION, DOOR CONTROL HANDLE WILL
CONTROL HANDLE TO BE MOVED TO “EMERGENCY” POSITION FOR REMAIN IN THAT POSITION.
EMERGENCY OPENING OF THE DOOR IF ELECTRICAL POWER IS NOT
AVAILABLE.

EMERGENCY
OPENING
BUTTON

EMERGENCY
OVERRIDE LEVER
AUXILARY HANDLE

AUXILARY
HANDLE DOOR CONTROL
HANDLE

DOOR CONTROL
DOOR HANDLE POSITIVE
CONTROL
STOP AT
SWITCH
CLOSE
POSITION
MANUAL DRIVE
NEUTRAL
(LEFT FWD DOOR
DETENT
ONLY) (SOME
POSITIVE STOP AT AIRPLANES)
OPEN POSITION DURING
NORMAL OPERATION

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DC-10 SERIES EMERGENCY RESCUE ACCESS-2


2 CARGO ACCESS DOORS

4 CUT-IN AREAS
CUT-IN AREAS

NOTE: CUT-IN AREAS REQUIRE METAL CUTTING PORTABLE


POWER EQUIPMENT. BECAUSE OF TYPE OF
STRUCTURE AND POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL
WITHIN, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT MAJOR EFFORT
TO GAIN ACCESS BE DIRECTED TO HATCHES AND
DOORS. URGENCY OF SITUATION WILL DICTATE THE
NECESSITY FOR A CUT-IN.

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