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If both the reported braking​ action​ and​ the runway​ condition​ are​ known - which should be used?

the most restrictive.

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[Anti–Ice,​ Rain] #​ Engine​ Anti-Ice​ System

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​ when​ Static​ Air​ Temperature​ (SAT)​ is​ below​ -40°C.​

 

Engine​ anti-ice​ must​ be​ on​ prior​ to​ and​ during descent​ in icing conditions,​ ​including​ temperatures​ below​ -40°​ SAT

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[Fire​ Protection] Aircraft​ must​ land within...

60​ minutes after​ initial​ discharge​ of​ lower​ cargo ​fire​ suppression​ system.

4

Maximum​ Takeoff​ and​ Landing​ Altitude

8,400 feet​ pressure​ altitude

5

Use rolling takeoff procedures when crosswinds exceed

20 kts.

6

[Fuel] Center tank fuel qty (lbs)

28,973 lbs

7

Which winds should be used for crosswind computations

Steady state wind velocity

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[Fuel] Center​ tank​ fuel pumps must​ be​ “OFF”​ during descent and landing when...

Center​ tank fuel​ reaches​ 3,000​ pounds

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[Fuel] Center​ tank​ fuel pumps must​ be​ “OFF”​ during CLIMB when...

Center​ tank​ fuel reaches approximately​ 1,000 pounds

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[Engines​ and​ APU] Engine​ Ignition - during takeoff​ and​ landing​ and during engine​ anti–ice​ operations

CONTINUOUS ignition​ must​ be​ ON (ENGINE START​ switch in​ the​ CONT ​position

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[Engines​ and​ APU] Aborted​ start attempts cycle.

If​ there​ are​ multiple​ aborted​ start attempts,​ five​ minutes​ cooling is​ required ​between the​ second​ and​ third​ start​ attempt.​ A​ wait​ of​ one​ hour​ is​ required ​after​ the​ third​ start attempt

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[Fuel] Fuel Loading - Main​ tanks 1 and​ 2 must​ be​ SCHEDULED​ to be​ full​ if​...

center​ tank contains​ ​more​ than 1,000​ pounds.​

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[Autopilot/Flight​ Director​ System] Autothrottle​ use​ is recommended​ during...

takeoff​ and climb in either​ ​automatic​ or​ manual​ flight.​ During all​ other​ phases​ of​ flight,​ autothrottle​ ​use​ is​ recommended only when​ the​ autopilot​ is​ engaged

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[Flight​ Controls] # Holding​ in​ icing​ conditions

with​ flaps​ extended​ is​ prohibited

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[Air Systems] do not​ operate​ the​ air conditioning​ ​packs​ in HIGH​ for​ takeoff,​ approach, or​ landing when...

engine​ bleed air​ switches​ ON

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[Air Systems] # Cabin​ Altitude​ Briefing

As part​ of​ the​ takeoff​ briefing​ before​ engine​ start​ for​ the​ first​ flight of​ the​ ​day or​ following​ any​ change​ of​ either​ flightcrew member,​ the​ PIC​ shall​ ​ensure​ the​ Cabin​ Altitude​ Warning indications and​ procedures​ are​ briefed​ ​in accordance​ with normal procedures​ of​ this manual.

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Maximum​ flight operating latitude

82​​ ​North​ and 82​​ South *

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[Flight​ Controls] 

Alternate​ flap duty cycle

When extending​ or​ retracting flaps​ with the​ ALTERNATE FLAPS​ ​position​ switch,​ allow​ 15 seconds after​ releasing​ the​ ALTERNATE ​FLAPS​ position switch before​ moving the​ switch again to avoid​ ​damage​ to the​ alternate​ flap motor​ clutch

 

After​ a​ completed extend/retract​ cycle,​ i.e.,​ 0 to 15 and​ back to 0,​ ​allow 5​ minutes cooling before​ attempting another​ extension

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[Fuel] Fuel​ Balance - Random​ fuel imbalance​ must​ not​ exceed

1,000​ pounds for​ taxi,​ ​takeoff,​ flight, or landing

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[Engines​ and​ APU] Maximum​ Oil​ Temperature

155º​ C​ maximum​

140º​ C​ -​ 155​º​​ C​ allowable​ for​ 45​ ​minutes​

140​º​​ C​ maximum​ continuous

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[Engines​ and​ APU] # With​ APU​ electrical​ load,​ maximum​ altitude​

41,000

22

Flight Maneuvering Load Acceleration ​Limits Flaps​ Up

+2.5g to -1.0g

23

[Air Systems] maximum​ allowable​ cabin differential​ pressure​ for​ takeoff​ and ​landing​

0.125​ psi​ (236​ feet​ below airport​ pressure​ altitude).

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Contaminated Runway Takeoff & Landing Requirement

Takeoff​ or​ landing​ is​ not​ authorized with greater​ than​ 1/2​ inch of​ slush,​ ​standing​ water,​ or​ wet​ snow on the​ runway.​

For​ dry snow the​ maximum​ ​depth is 4 inches

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[RVSM] maximum​ allowable ON THE GROUND altitude​ display​ differences for RVSM - [SL-5k, Capt OR FO & Field Elevation]

75 feet

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[Fire​ Protection] Aircraft​ must​ land within 60​ minutes after

initial​ discharge​ of​ lower​ cargo ​fire​ suppression​ system.

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[RVSM] maximum​ allowable ON THE GROUND altitude​ display​ differences for RVSM - [SL-5k, Capt vs FO]

50 feet

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[Autopilot/Flight​ Director​ System] # Do not​ use​ LVL​ CHG​...

on​ final​ approach​ below 1,000 feet​ AFE.

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[Fuel] No 1 or No 2 Main tank fuel qty (lbs)

9,144 lbs

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[Engines​ and​ APU] # With​ APU​ bleed​ +​ electrical​ load,​ maximum​ altitude​

10,000​ ft