This is the official website for the MRG, the Management Reference Guide about the Boeing 737.

The MRG pilot guide is written for professional airline and simulator pilots operating the Boeing 737. This pilot guide provides technical notes and management advise to handle over 300 non-normals. These notes are based on more than 25 years and 17,000 hours experience on Boeing aircraft.

There are several excellent technical guides that describe 737 systems in depth, such as Bill Bulfer's Cockpit Companion and Chris Brady's Technical Guide, which I can recommend. The MRG is more of a practical guide that tries to go beyond... This guide :

  • explains conditions for all warning lights to illuminate
  • describes how to manage flight once a failure has occurred
  • proposes methods to solve or to work around the problem
  • alerts for potential subsequent (double) failures
  • contains many thumb-rules and tips-&-tricks
  • refers to FCOM, QRH, FCTM, DDG-MEL, JAR-FAR/FC

Click to view Cover B737MRG Edition IN Click to view Cover B737MRG Edition IN+CL Click to view Cover B737MRG Edition CL Click to view Cover B737MRG Edition CL+NG Click to view Cover B737MRG Edition NG

You can choose from 5 different editions, with a choice between black & white or full color print. Choose the edition that covers the 737-fleet you are flying :

  • IN (1/200)
  • IN (1/200) + CL (3/4/500)
  • CL (3/4/500)
  • CL (3/4/500) + NG (6/7/8/900/BBJ)
  • NG (6/7/8/900/BBJ)

The book is available in English and in Chinese. For the latter, switch to the official Chinese website www.b737mrg.cn

Today over 25,000 pilots worldwide carry a copy of the MRG, you are welcome to join them.

Enjoy sunrise at 37,000 feet,


Captain Boeing 737 - Boeing 787

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