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November 24, 2016

B747SP Engineering Test Pilot Pratt and Whitney Canada

Pratt and Whitney operates two Boeing 747SP airplanes for engine development flight test work. These airplanes are in two different configurations. One has the test engine positioned at the airplane number two engine position, while the other configuration has the test engine mounted on a Side Test Station (STS) located on a strengthened forward section of the upper right fuselage.

In reference to the above statement, certain validation requires assistance form an experienced B-747 Engineering Test Pilot. The work to be completed may be summarized in three categories:
  • AFM Supplement Development
  • Crew guidance and mentoring
  • Consulting duties associated with 747-Project Pilot Duties

Project scope of work is based on documenting and developing Project Pilot procedures as follows;
  • Provide guidance and recommendations with existing customers processes and procedures, as required, relating to the Scope of Work.
  • Develop and document Project Pilot processes and procedures within agreed timeframe.
  • Continue developing lessons learned and Risk Assessment protocols and philosophies pertaining to the FTB’s.
  • Continue providing guidance and recommendations for Safety Reviews of flight testing.
  • Continue guiding and assisting in the development of Flight Test maneuvers and procedures as they pertain to the B747SP FTB’s.

Minimum requirements: 
  • Extensive experience on B747 Classic 
  • Be familiar with the maneuvers outlined in US FAA AC 25-7A
  • Be experienced with propulsion system testing.

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