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# Maximum takeoff and landing tailwind component?

15 knots
Note: demonstrated for manual takeoff and landing.
Note: this doesn't constitute operational approval to conduct takeoff and landing with tailwind component greater than 10 knots.

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Max operating altitude?

41,000 ft

2

Max takeoff and landing altitude?

8,400 ft

3

Max demonstrated crosswind takeoff and landing?

33 knots

4

# HF

Do not operate during refueling operations

5

RVSM

In flight max difference between CAP & F/O 200 feet.
On the ground:
Sea level to 5,000 ft-50 feet CAP & F/O, 75 feet from field elevation.

5,001 to 10,000 ft-60 feet CAP & F/O, 75 feet from field elevation.

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Max takeoff weight


737-800: 79,015

737-900: 85,139

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Max landing weight

737-800: 66,360

737-900: 71,350

8

Max zero fuel weight

737-800: 62,731 ***EKP 62,142

737-900: 67,721

9

Max cabin diff

9.1 PSI

10

When engine bleed air switches ON for takeoff approach and landing

Do not operate packs in HIGH
Note: fire protection non-normal procedures take precedence over that statement (CARGO FIRE or SMOKE/FUMES REMOVAL)

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# Autopilot/flight director system

Use of Aileron trim with auto pilot is prohibited.
Do not engage autopilot for takeoff below 400 feet.
Single channel operation during approach- not below 50 feet.
OMA:
Manual landing or visual approach not below 500 ft AAL.
instrument approach which is not a precision approach below the
MDA or 50 ft below the DA


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# Max & min glideslope angles

2.5 - 3.25

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# Autoland

Only using flaps 30 or 40 and both engines operative.

14

Engine ignition must be on

Takeoff
Landing
Operation in heavy rain
Anti ice operation

15

# Intentional selection of the revers thrust in flight

Is prohibited

16

# APU in flight

Bleed + electrical max 10,000 ft inflight & 15,000 ft ground only
Bleed only max 17,000 ft
Electrical only max 41,000 ft

17

APU bleed must be closed when

Ground air connected and isolation valve open
Engine no. 1 bleed valve open
Isolation and engine no. 2 bleed valve open

APU valve maybe open during engine start, but avoid above idle power

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APU start

After three consecutive aborted start attempts, a 15 min cooling period is required

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# Max flap extension altitude

20,000 ft

20

# Holding in icing conditions with flaps extended

Is prohibited

21

# Flight controls operation

Avoid rapid and large alternating control inputs

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# Do not deploy speedbrakes inflight below radio altitude

Of 1000 ft

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Alternate flap duty cycle

After moving the flaps in alternate allow 15 seconds to avoid damage to alternate flap motor clutch

After a complete cycle extend/retract allow 5 min cooling before attempting another try

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ADIRU alignment

Should not be attempted at latitudes greater than 78 degrees

25

Look Ahead Terrain Alerting (GPWS)

Do not use terrain display for navigation

Do not use terrain alerting and terrain display for takeoff, approach and landing within 15 NM of airports not contained in database

26

# Weather radar

Do not operate in a hangar or when personnel are within the
area normally enclosed by the aircraft nose radome or within 50 feet of a fuel spill.

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Fuel tank limitations

Max temp 49
Min -43 or 3 above freezing point

Do not dry run center fuel tank (low pressure light illuminated)

28

Fuel balance

Lateral imbalance between tanks 1&2 must be scheduled to be zero

Random imbalance must not exceeds 453 kgs

Main tanks 1&2 must be full if center tank contains more than 453kgs

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Takeoff using assume temperature trust reduction with the anti-skid inoperative

Prohibited