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What is max takeoff tailwind component (AFM)?

15 kts

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What is the max landing tailwind component (AFM)?

15 kts

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Max Altitudes (AFM)

Max operating altitude (ft); 400: 37,000. NG: 41,000

Max takeoff and landing altitude: 8400 for both

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What is the max operating altitude for the NG?

41,000

5

What is the max takeoff and landing altitude?

8400

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Temperature Limits - Takeoff and Landing

Minimum takeoff and landing temperature: minus 54 C

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What is the minimum takeoff and landing temperature?

Minus 54 C

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Operating speeds

Max Operating Limit: Observe Vmo/Mmo and Gear/Flap Placards

Severe Turbulence Penetration Target Speed:
400: 280 KIAS/.73M
NG: 280 KIAS/.76M

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What is the max operating limit speed?

For both 400 & NG: Observe Vmo/Mmo and Gear/Flap Placards

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What is the severe turbulence penetration target speed for the 400?

280 KIAS/.73M

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Takeoff and Landing Wind Limits

Max takeoff tailwind 15 kts
Max landing tailwind 15 kts

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What is the severe turbulence penetration target speed for the NG?

280KIAS/ .76M

13

Air conditioning

With engine bleed air switches ON, do not operate air conditioning packs in HIGH for takeoff, approach or landing.

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With the engine bleed air switches ON, when should you not operate the air conditioning packs in HIGH?

Takeoff, approach, or landing

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Engine Anti-ice

The engine anti-ice system must be ON during all ground and flight operations when icing conditions exist or are anticipated, except during climb and cruise below -40'C SAT. Engine anti-ice must be ON prior to and during descent in all icing conditions, including temps below -40'C SAT.

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When does the engine anti-ice need to be on?

During all ground and flight ops when icing conditions exist or are anticipated, except during climb and cruise below -40'C SAT.

Prior to and during descent in ALL icing conditions, including temps below -40'C SAT

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What is the severe turbulence penetration target speed for the NG?

280KIAS/ .76M

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Air conditioning

With engine bleed air switches ON, do not operate air conditioning packs in HIGH for takeoff, approach or landing.

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With the engine bleed air switches ON, when should you not operate the air conditioning packs in HIGH?

Takeoff, approach, or landing

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Engine Anti-ice

The engine anti-ice system must be ON during all ground and flight operations when icing conditions exist or are anticipated, except during climb and cruise below -40'C SAT. Engine anti-ice must be ON prior to and during descent in all icing conditions, including temps below -40'C SAT.

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When does the engine anti-ice need to be on?

During all ground and flight ops when icing conditions exist or are anticipated, except during climb and cruise below -40'C SAT.

Prior to and during descent in ALL icing conditions, including temps below -40'C SAT

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Autopilot

Do not engage the autopilot below 1000ft AGL on takeoff.

For single channel operation during approach, the autopilot shall not remain engaged below 50 ft AGL.

For manually flown HGS AIII approach, the autopilot shall not remain engaged below 500 ft AGL.

Use of aileron trim with autopilot engaged is prohibited.

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When should the auto pilot NOT be engaged?

Below 1000 ft AGL on takeoff.

Below 50 ft AGL for single channel operation during approach.

Below 500 ft AGL for manually flown HGS AIII approach.

Use of aileron trim with autopilot is prohibited!

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Engines, APU

Warm-up: Engines must be operated for a minimum of 3 minutes prior to takeoff.

Cool-down: Engines must be operated at or near idle (taxi thrust acceptable) for a minimum of 3 minutes prior to shutdown.

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How long do the engines need to warm up before takeoff?

3 minutes

26

How long do the engines need to be operated at idle or near idle prior to shutdown?

3 minutes

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Engine EGT

Maximum time limit for takeoff thrust:
400; 5 minutes. NG; 5 minutes

Maximum Start EGT: 725 degrees C

28

What is the max time limit for takeoff thrust in the NG?

5 minutes (unless loss of thrust on one engine 10 mins)

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Engine Ignition

Engine Start Switches must be in the CONT position for:
Takeoff
Landing
Anti-ice operation
Operation in hail, sleet, or moderate to heavy rain

ENGINE START Switches must be in the FLT position for:
Operation in severe turbulence

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When must the ENGINE START Switches be in the CONT postion?

Takeoff
Landing
Anti-ice operation
Operation in hail, sleet, or moderate to heavy rain

31

When must ENGINE START Switches be in the FLT position?

Operation in severe turbulence

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Starter Duty Cycle

First attempt: 2 minutes on

33

What is the starter duty cycle (normal start)?

The first attempt is 2 minutes on

34

Reverse thrust

Intentional selection of reverse thrust in flight is prohibited.

35

When is intentional selection of reverse thrust prohibited?

In flight

36

APU Load

Bleed and Electric Load: both 10,000 ft
Bleed only: 17,000 ft
Electric only: 400; 35,000 ft, NG; 41,000 ft
Maximum Operating Altitude: 400; 37,000 ft, NG; 41,000 ft

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What is the max altitude to run APU for bleed and electric?

Both 400 and NG 10,000 ft

38

What is the maximum altitude to run the APU for bleed only?

17,000 ft

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What is the max altitude to run the APU for electric only?

400: 35,000 ft
NG: 41,000 ft

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What is the max altitude to run APU?

400: 37,000 ft
NG: 41,000 ft

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How long do you need to ensure that APU BLEED air switch is closed after start and prior to shutdown?

1 minute after start and 1 minute prior to shutdown

42

When do you need to close the APU BLEED air switch? And for how long?

1 minute after start and 1 minute prior to shutdown

43

What happens when APU switch is moved to OFF?

The 1 minute time delay is met automatically.

44

Can APU bleed valve be open during engine start?

Yes, but avoid engine power above idle.

45

What position should the APU bleed valve be in when there is another source pressurizing the left bleed air duct?

APU bleed valve must be closed, except for engine start.

46

What is the max flap extension altitude?

20,000 ft

47

When is flaps extended prohibited?

Holding in icing conditions in the NG

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What is prohibited when holding in icing conditions in the NG?

Flaps extended

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Flaps

Max flap extension altitude is 20,000 ft.

NG: Holding in icing conditions with flaps extended is prohibited.

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Speed Brakes

Do not deploy speed brakes with flaps extended.

Do not deploy speed brakes in flight below 1000 ft AGL.

In flight, do not extend the SPEED BRAKE lever beyond the FLIGHT DETENT.

51

When can you not deploy the speed brakes?

When flaps extended

In flight below 1000ft AGL

Not beyond the FLIGHT DETENT lever when in flight

52

Can you deploy speed brakes with flaps extended?

No

53

What is the minimum altitude to deploy the speed brakes?

Not below 1000 ft AGL

54

When in flight what should you not extend the speed brakes beyond?

FLIGHT DETENT

55

Load alleviation system

Manually overriding the Load Alleviation System is not authorized.

56

Is it ok to manually override the Load Alleviation System?

No, it is not authorized.

57

What is minimum fuel temperature?

-37'C unless actual fuel freeze point is known

58

What is the allowable lateral imbalance between Main Tanks 1 and 2?

Must be scheduled to zero.

59

Random fuel imbalance must not exceed what for taxi, takeoff,, flight, or landing?

1000 lbs

60

The main wing tanks must be scheduled to be full if the center tanks has more than how much fuel?

1000 lbs

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If the center fuel tank has more than 1000 lbs, what must the main wing tanks have?

Main wing tanks must be scheduled to be full

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For ground operation, Center Tank FUEL PUMP switches must be ON unless what?

The Center Tank fuel quantity exceeds 1000lbs, except when defueling or transferring fuel.

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Center tank fuel pumps must not be ON unless what?

Unless personnel are available in the Flight Deck to monitor LOW PRESSURE lights.

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For the NG: what position must the center tank fuel pump switch be in for ground and flight operations?

For ground and flight operations, The corresponding center tank fuel pump switch must be positioned OFF when the low pressure light illuminates. If the Center Tank is empty, position both Center Tank FUEL PUMP switches OFF.

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Center Tank Fuel Pumps

For ground operation, Center Tank FUEL PUMP switches must not be positioned ON unless the Cent Tank fuel quantity exceeds 1000 lbs, except when defueling or transferring fuel.

Center Tank Fuel Pumps must not be ON unless personnel are available in the flight deck to monitor LOW PRESSURE lights.

(NG) For ground and flight operations, the corresponding center tank fuel pump switch must be positioned OFF when the low pressure light illuminates. If the Center Tank is empty, position both Center Tank FUEL PUMP switches OFF.

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Hydraulics

Ground operation of electric hydraulic pump requires minimum 1675 lbs in respective fuel tank.

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What is the min fuel for ground operation of electric hydraulic pump?

1675 lbs in the respective fuel tank