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1

During an EGPWS warning, (PULL UP!) do not change ___ or ___ until the plane is out of the warning condition and stabilized

Flaps or gear configuration

2

Adequate rudder is available to maintain directional control during patter, approach and landing if what 3 conditions for directional control are satisfied?

Speed, thrust setting and control inputs

3

For 3 engine operation, if the charted go-around N1 setting for the asymmetric/outboard engine is not exceeded, Vmca will be ____ than touchdown speed

Less than or equal to

4

At high gross weights consider flying a ___ final approach

Extended

5

To minimize trim changes with thrust adjustments use ____ to the max extent possible

Symmetric throttles

6

in a 3 engine approach, if the decision is made to go around advance __ engines to ____ then ___ if needed

Symmetric, charged go-around setting, asymmetric not to exceed max asymmetric thrust setting

7

If landing with one engine and powered rudder inoperative fly downwind and base legs with ___ flaps at minimum at a speed of ___

20 degrees, Vref+30

8

Remove __ trim prior to landing

Rudder

9

Time permitting, a gross weight that achieves a climb gradient of ___ % or greater is recommended

28%

10

Avoid excessive sideslip by maximum use of ___

Rudder

11

If landing with 2 engines out on the same side, once airspeed is below ____ go-around capability cannot be assured.

Approach speed

12

With 2 engines and powered rudder inoperative, ____ should be primary consideration of landing base with ___ conditions preferred

Weather conditions, VMC

13

With 2 engines and powered rudder inoperative, reduce gross weight to ____. Don’t lower flaps beyond ____

Minimum practical, 20 degrees

14

If full rudder will be required, ensure seat is ___

Full vertical

15

For two engine operation, if thrust setting doesn’t exceed charted go-around N1, Vmca should be ___ to approach speed

Less than or equal to

16

When landing with jammed stabilizer and differential flap configuration, use the patter, approach and threshold speed for ____. If leading edge flaps are not extended add__

Minimum flap setting, 6 knots to approach and threshold

17

When landing with less than 20 degrees of flaps, approach and threshold speeds should not be less than ____

0 degree

18

If landing with partial aileron control, a minimum approach and threshold speed of __ should be maintained

150 KIAS

19

For landing with less than 2,800 psi of rudder pressure, apply performance data for ___

Rudder power inoperative

20

If leading edge flaps fail to extend then add ____ to ______ speeds

6 knots to approach and threshold

21

With all spoilers inoperative, extend main flaps to at least ___ to assure full ___ below ___ KIAS

23 degrees, outboard aileron, 250 KIAS

22

If an ______ tire is flat and weight is above ___ then avoid turns in that direction

Aft outboard, 250,000

23

When landing with a gear failure, ___ should be dumped prior to landing

Excess fuel

24

If doing a gear up landing, before jettisoning, ____ flaps and reduce airspeed to ___

Lower full flaps, slowest practical

25

Do not follow ___ during recovery from inadvertent windshear

Command bars

26

If moderate icing conditions are encountered, do not retract flaps to less than ___

20 degrees