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737 1-500 flap speed schedule, as revised in 2000

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BOEING 737 - 3/4/500 Landing Flap-Speed Schedule

Flap

Position

Up to

53070 Kgs

Above

53070 Kgs

Above

62823 Kgs

Flaps Up 210 220 230
Flaps 1 190 200 210
Flaps 5 180 190 200
Flaps 10 170 180 190
Flaps 15 150 160 170
Flaps 25 140 150 160
Flaps 30 Final approach speed
Flaps 40 Final approach speed
 

Notes

  • Flap 2 has no practical application.
  • Flap speed increments required by the QRH for non-normal situations still apply, i.e. airspeeds specified by non-normal QRH procedures override these latest flap speed increments.
  • In heavyweight return to land situations where the speeds exceed the flap limiting speed, then the flap limiting speed becomes the overriding limit i.e. do not exceed the flap limiting speed under any circumstances.
  • Note that 20 kts has only been added to flaps 5 maneuvering speeds. At flap settings UP, 1 and 10, only 10 kts was required to keep the maneuvering speed above the crossover speed. Flap maneuvering speeds beyond 10 are unchanged.

 

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