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[Autopilot/Flight​ Director​ System] # Do not​ engage​ the​ autopilot​ for​ takeoff​

below 400 feet​ AGL

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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] Center tank fuel qty (lbs)

28,973 lbs

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[Engines​ and​ APU] # With​ APU​ bleed​ maximum​ altitude​

17,000 ft

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[Engines​ and​ APU] # Reverse​ Thrust

Intentional selection​ of reverse​ thrust​ in flight​ is​ prohibited

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

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[Engines​ and​ APU] Normal​ operating​ range​ is marked by...

a​ white​ arc.

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[TCAS] Do not​ use​ the​ look-ahead terrain​ alerting and terrain display functions:

Within 15 nm​ of​ takeoff,​ approach or landing​ at​ an airport​ not​ ​contained in the​ GPWS​ terrain​ database

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Which winds should be used for tailwind computations

Peak gust wind velocity.

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[Engines​ and​ APU] APU bleed​ valve​ must​ be​ closed​ when:

•​ Ground air​ connected and​ isolation valve​ open​

•​ Engine​ no.​ 1 bleed valve​ open

​•​ Isolation​ valve​ and​ engine​ no.​ 2​ bleed valve​ open

APU bleed valve​ may be​ open during engine​ start,​ but​ avoid engine​ power ​above​ idle

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[Fuel] # Center​ tank​ fuel​ pumps​ must​ not​ be​ “ON” unless

personnel​ are​ ​available​ in​ the​ flight​ deck​ to monitor​ low pressure​ lights

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[Engines​ and​ APU] Engine​ Ignition When flight​ in moderate​ or​ heavy​ rain,​ hail​ or​ sleet​ is​ encountered or​ ​anticipated except​ on short​ final​ when landing is​ ​assured the engine​ start​ switches​ must​ be​ set​ to

FLIGHT​ and a​ minimum​ ​of​ 45% N1 must​ be​ maintained

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When crosswinds exceed 20 kts - which type of takeoff should be used?

Rolling takeoff

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[RVSM] maximum​ allowable​ IN FLIGHT difference between​ Captain​ and First Officer​ altitude​ ​displays for RVSM​ operations.

200 feet

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[Engines​ and​ APU] #​ Maximum​ Continuous​ EGT

925​º​​ C

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[Weight Limits] Maximum​ Landing Weight​

146,300 lbs

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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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[Engines​ and​ APU] Maximum​ N1 RPM

104%

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[RVSM] maximum​ allowable ON THE GROUND altitude​ display​ differences for RVSM - [5,001 feet to 10,000 ft, Capt vs 10,000]

60 feet

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[Engines​ and​ APU] Engine​ Ignition - engine​ start​ switches​ must​ be​ set​ to FLIGHT​ and a​ minimum​ ​of​ 45% N1 must​ be​ maintained

When flight​ in moderate​ or​ heavy​ rain,​ hail​ or​ sleet​ is​ encountered or​ ​anticipated except​ on short​ final​ when landing is​ ​assured

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[Landing Gear] # Operation​ with​ assumed​ temperature​ reduced​ takeoff​ thrust​ is​ not​ ​permitted​ with...

anti-skid​ inoperative

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Maximum​ flight operating latitude

82​​ ​North​ and 82​​ South *

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[Fuel] Defueling​ or​ transferring fuel​ with passengers on board​ is​

prohibited.

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Flight Maneuvering Load Acceleration ​Limits Flaps​ Up

+2.5g to -1.0g

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[Engines​ and​ APU] # Reduced​ Thrust - Use​ of​ assumed temperature​ reduced thrust​ procedures​ is​ not​ allowed ​when:

•​ The​ runway is​ contaminated with​ standing water,​ ice,​ slush,​ or​ snow ​

•​ With anti-skid inoperative​

•​ With EEC​ is​ in​ Alternate​ mode​

•​ The​ probability of​ windshear​ exists

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[Flight​ Controls] # Avoid​ rapid​ and​ large​ alternating​ control​ inputs,​ especially​...

in​ ​combination​ with​ large​ changes​ in​ pitch,​ roll,​ or​ yaw (e.g.,​ large​ side​ ​slip​ angles)​ as they​ may result in​ structural​ failure​ at​ any​ speed,​ ​including​ below VA

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[Flight​ Controls] # Do not​ deploy the​ speedbrakes in​ flight​ at​

radio​ altitudes less​ than​ ​1,000​ feet.

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[Fuel] Center​ tank​ fuel pumps must​ be​ “OFF”​ when:

•​ Center​ tank​ fuel​ is < 5,000​ pounds​ and​ aircraft​ is​ readied​ for​ initial​ taxi ​

•​ Center​ tank​ fuel reaches approximately​ 1,000 pounds during climb​

•​ Center​ tank fuel​ reaches​ 3,000​ pounds during​ descent​ and​ landing

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[Fuel] # Minimum fuel​ temperature​

fuel​ freeze​ point​ of the​ fuel​ being​ used​ ​+3°​ C or​ –43°​ C,​ whichever​ is higher.

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#​ Maximum​ Takeoff and​ Landing​ ​Tailwind​ Component

15 knots