I was specifically interested in the B767 for this question. Watching an in-cockpit (real world) video, I noticed that my procedure wasn't quite the same with respect to the APU. Seems then that the APU GEN and the APU BLEED switches are both left on in the older Boeings, once they have been turned on (from, say, cold & dark cockpit)?
Martinlest wrote:Seems then that the APU GEN and the APU BLEED switches are both left on in the older Boeings, once they have been turned on (from, say, cold & dark cockpit)?
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