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1

What is the LDG distance for R,C HYD INOP?

DRY- 5200ftWET (G)- 5900ftWET (NG)- 6800ftAuto S'brake InopSpoilers InopBrake Accumulator onlyAuto Brakes Inop

2

What is the LDG distance for All AC Bus Off?

DRY- 7400ftWET (G)- 8900ftWET (NG)- 10800ftBoth Reversers InopSpoilers InopOutboard wheel Antiskid InopAuto S'Brake Inop

3

What are the two requirements for a NPA, CAT I ILS & Circling Approach before descending BLW MDA, DA or initiating circling?What are the Visual references?

1) The Airplane is continuously in a position from which a descent to a landing on the intended RWY can be made at an appropriate rate of descent using normal manoeuvres.At least one of the following visual references is visible and identifiable; 9!-ALS or RAI-Threshold-RTHL or REIL (RWYTIL)-TDZ or VGSI-RWY Markings-RL5-16

4

What is the requirement at 100ft AFE on CAT I or NPA?

-Shall not descend below 100ft AFE using ALS or RAI as a visual reference unless the red terminating barrettes, the red side row barrettes or the other visual references are also distinctly visible and identifiable.OM 5-16

5

Use of Oxygen Masks?

-Flight crew shall have oxygen masks ready for immediate use when @ 25,000ft or ABV.-When one pilot leaves there seat @ 25,000ft or ABV the other shall use his oxygen mask.-At least 1 pilot shall use his oxygen mask when operating above an altitude of 41,000ft.

6

Climb gradient at take-off all engines operating?

6% as a whole at heavy weight.AOR 4-1-12-(1)

7

What does RNAV 1,2,5,10 mean?

Means required Navigation accuracy is equal to or better than +/- eg 1nm for 95% of the total flight time.

8

What does the ASA monitor?

-FCC's/ Flap position-IRS, ILS's-Radio Alt/ G/A logic-Elec systems-Servos(A/P)/ Stab positionFuck I Really Enjoy Speed

9

Definition of RNP Approach?

RNAV operation which requires a navigation accuracy of +/- 0.3nm on the final approach segment and +/- 1nm on all other segments for 95% of the total flight time.OM 4-11

10

What are the navigation sensors for RNAV 1/2?

GPSDME/DME (Not established in Japan for RNAV1)DME/DME/IRU

11

What are the Navigation sensors for RNAV5?

GPSDME/DMEVOR/DMEINS or IRS

12

What are the Navigation sensors for RNAV10 (RNP10)?

GPSINS or IRS

13

What are the Navigation sensors for basic RNP1, RNP4 approach?

GPS

14

Category I minima?

DH not lower than 200ftRVR not less than 550m or 800m CMV

15

How to calculate crosswind when there is a gust? Do you take it into account for VAPP?

When wind velocity exceeds at or ABV 10kts from steady state wind then apply the following formula:Steady + (Maximum-Steady) divided by 2.SMS!OM 3-13

16

What are the FLEX A MTOW, and where are these routes?

400,000lb & 380,000lbAll other routes other then where B&C is applied.AOR 4-2-2(2)

17

What is the FLEX B MTOW weight and where are the routes?

345,000lbChina (Including HK)KoreaTaiwanGuam/ Saipan routes

18

What is the FLEX C MTOW and what are the routes?

288,700lbDomestic Routes (Including domestic routes as part of international routes)

19

What is Approach Ban?

Approach ban is the regulation of forbidding to continue approach beyond a specific point (FAF, 1,000ft AFE) unless the weather condition is at or above the specified company minima. CAT I 200ft CLG, RVR 550m or 800m CMV

20

Flap placard speeds 1,5,15,20,25,30

1-2505-23015-21020-21025-18030-1705kt less for 300

21

Max tailwind take off and landing?

2001m or above- 15kt2000m or below- 10kt

22

Minimum auto pilot engagement?

200ft

23

Runway slope limit, max operating altitude max take off and landing alt?

+/- 2%43,100ft8,400ft

24

Maximum allowable wind conditions for Autoland?

Headwind-25ktTailwind- operational or airplane limitCrosswind- 25kt

25

Max N1 RPM?

117.50%

26

Max N2 RPM

112.50%

27

Max EGT takeoff, continuous, starting?

960'C925'C750'C (870'C for 40 seconds)

28

Max oil temp?

175'c- for 15 minutes160'c- Continuous

29

Min oil pressure?

10PSI

30

Max flap extension altitude?

20,000ft

31

Maximum allowable difference between Cap & Co altimeters in flight RVSM?

200ft

32

Maximum altimeter differences on ground?

Between Cap & Co- 40feetCap/Co vs field elevation- 75feet

33

Inertial navigation system requirements?

2 x IRS's and 2 x FMCS meet the requirements as sole means of navigation for flights up to 18hours

34

IRS's ground alignment latitudes?

78.2 North and 78.2 degrees south.

35

The IRS will provide valid magnetic heading and track between?

73degrees north and 60 degrees south latitudes.

36

The FMC will provide navigation and guidance, and map display between?

87 degrees North and 87 degrees South.

37

Max allowable fuel?

Left Main Tank- 42,671 lbRight Main Tank- 42,671 lbCentre tank- 84,490 lb (300ER, F)

38

Maximum fuel imbalance?

A: It is higher at lower fuel weights, and lower and higher fuel weights as follows:- Below 48,000lbs the maximum imbalance is 2500lbs- Between 48,000lbs and 79,800 it is linear from 2500lbs to 1500lbs and the graph needs to be consulted and interpolated- Above 79,800, the maximum imbalance is 1500lbs

39

Maximum fuel tank temperature?

49'C

40

Minimum fuel tank temperature?

Fuel freezing point + 3'C

41

Cross wind limits, DRY (Including DAMP)WET (Grooved)WET (Ungrooved)FLOODED

DRY (Including DAMP) = 33ktsWET (Grooved). = 25ktsWET (Ungrooved). = 20ktsFLOODED. = 10ktsCo pilot DRY- 16ktsCo pilot WET GROOVED- 12ktsCAT I, II, III (RVR 1200 BLW)- 10kts (LDG ONLY)

42

Crosswind Limits ICE or SNOW with Braking ActionGOODMEDIUM TO GOODMEDIUMMEDIUM TO POORPOOR

GOOD. 20ktsMEDIUM TO GOOD. 20kts (15kts RWY less then 2500m)MEDIUM 20kts (15kts RWY less then 2500m)MEDIUM TO POOR. 15kts (10kts RWY less then 2500m)POOR. 10kts

43

Max Crosswind SLUSH

2mm or less- 15kts3-12mm- 10kts

44

Restrictions from the depth of Snow and Water?

Takeoff and landing prohibitedWater or slush. 13mm deep or moreWet Snow 51mmDry Snow 71mm (Takeoff)Dry Snow 153mm (Landing)

45

Minimum inflight weights PAX, 300F and 300BCF?

PAX- 179,000lb300F-b. 177,300lb300BCF- 180,400lb

46

What braking action or coefficient of friction is take off and landing prohibited?

VERY POOR or NilCoefficient of friction- 0.19 and belowOnly one out of the three stations need have these conditions for take off or landing to be prohibited.

47

Total number of passengers?

290 without infants due to emergency evacuation.

48

Stabilized Approach?

A/C shall be stabilised with landing checklist complete by 1000ft (500ft circling)Considered stable when:Attitude and position are correctAirspeed and sink rate are within limitsEngine thrust is appropriate

49

Minimum height to engage Lateral mode?

400ft

50

Height to engage VNAV or FLCH?

1500ft

51

Nose wheel steering limit of rudder pedals and tiller?

7 degrees rudders65 degrees Tiller

52

When does GO AROUND arm?

G/S capture ORFlaps extended

53

How do you tell when G/A has been armed?

Shown on upper engine EICAS display.

54

What is set in G/A? What about if both flight directors are off?

Thrust to maintain at least 2000 fpmRoll to maintain ground trackPitch controlled to maintain the higher of-MCP SpeedCurrent SPDIf both F/D's and A/P are off, A/T controls to go-around reference thrust subject to flap and VMO speeds.

55

APU bleed Air and electrical power available to what altitudes?

BLEED- 17,000ftELECTRICAL- ceiling 43,100ft

56

APU start limitation?

3 attempts in 1 hour period

57

What does the flight directors and A/T command during takeoff?BLW 80ktsABV 80ktsLIFT OFF

BLW 80kts- pitch- 8'up. Roll- wings level ADI- N1, TO, TOAT 80kts- A/T- THR HLDLIFT OFF- Pitch= greater of V2+15 or lift off SPD+15.... After Take Off, maintains ABV or If current A/S remains ABV target A/S for 5 sec, target A/S resets to current A/S up to a maximum of V2+ 25kts.

58

What do F/D command at lift off with an engine failure?

V2 if A/S BLW this valueExisting SPD is between V2 and V2+15V2+15 if A/S ABV this valueROLL command maintains ground track

59

When is G/A disarmed?

When 5ft RADALT or BLW for more than 2 sec, For the A/T however, GA remains armed until the airplane is on the ground.

60

Maximum airspeed and descent rates?

BLW 5,000ft- 300kts and 2500fpmMAX descent between 2000AFE and 1000ftAFE- 1500fpmBLW 1,000ft- 1,000fpm

61

Target approach speed?

A/T engaged- VREF+5ktA/T not engaged- VREF+(1/2 WIND+Gust) Min 5kt, Max 20kt1/2 wind may be bled off as airplane approaches touchdown.

62

What percent are Derate 1 & 2 of maximum thrust available?

95% & 85% for 30090 & 80% for ER & F

63

Target approach speed?

A/T engaged- VREF+5ktA/T not engaged- VREF+(1/2 WIND+Gust) Min 5kt, Max 20kt1/2 wind may be bled off as airplane approaches touchdown.

64

Maximum rate climb?

Flap up manoeuvre SPD +50kts/ M.78

65

Target rotation pitch attitude, rotation rate?

15'2.5' per sec

66

After lift off what does the roll mode command?

Ground track at 5ftDuring crosswind is will maintain the ABV with a maximum bank angle of 8'. This will increase over 250ft RADALT

67

What percent are Derate 1 & 2 of maximum thrust available?

90 & 80% for ER

68

Minimum tail skid clearance at Rotation?

24inches

69

How long after VR does the A/C achieve the lift off attitude?

4sec

70

When should a rolling takeoff be adopted?

Crosswind greater then 20ktsTailwind greater then 10kts

71

What is the limit on GA thrust?

5min

72

FUEL CONFIG light

Fuel quantity in left and right main tanks differ by more then 2000lbs (+/-500lbs) ORCentre pumps are off with more then 1200lbs in the centre tankALSOConfig light, LOW FUEL caution message and beeper sounds when fuel quantity is less then 2200lbs in either main tank.

73

When are centre tanks inhibited?

Below 50% N2

74

When does the In start envelope appear?

FUEL CONTROL switch is in CUT OFF andENG N2 RPM is below idle and Primary and secondary EICAS displayed

75

When will the Fuel on command bug be displayed?

Engine is Shut down on the ground or in-flight when X-BLD is displayed(Minimum fuel on selection point during starter cranking)

76

What are the Engines on the 300ER

GE- CF6-80C2B6Rated at 60,200 pounds of take off thrust each

77

VMO/MMO

360/.86M- Winglet not equipped340/.86M- Winglet equipped

78

What is the Brake temp scale and ranges?

Scale FM 0-9LOWEST- 0-2 (NUMBER AND BOX CYAN)NORMAL- 3-4 (NUMBER CYAN, BOX WHITE)HIGH- 5-9 (NUMBER AND BOX WHITE)

79

What does the Right Hydraulic System power?

FNPFlight ControlNormal BrakePitch Enhancement System

80

When does the BRAKE TEMP light illuminate?

Any brake temp is 5 & ABV

81

What does the Center Hydraulic System Power?

HALF Time No Fun YesH-ydraulic Driven GeneratorA-lternate BrakeL-anding GearF-light ControlT-ailskidN-ose Wheel steeringF-lap & SlatY-aw DamperE-levator FeelS-tab trim

82

Brake Pressure Indicator?

PRE charge (Before RIGHT HYD system is pressurized) is min- 1000psiRIGHT System supplies brake accumulator.

83

Is MAX AUTO greater then manual braking?

No manual braking is greater.

84

Ways to disengage Autobrakes?

Airplane comes to a stop.Manual BrakingRotate selector to OFFSpeedbrake lever moved from full up position after speed brakes have been deployed.Anti skid/ Auto brake system fault

85

MZFW 300?

278,000lbs

86

MTOW 300?

287,000lbs

87

MLW 300

280,000lbs

88

When will Autobrakes command maximum braking?

During takeoff.GS ABV 85ktsThrust levers moved to idleRTO Will apply maximum braking

89

When does Autobrakes application begin?

Begins shortly after touchdown when thrust levers are retarded to idle.Deceleration is limited until the Airplane pitch attitude is less then 1 degree, then deceleration increases to selected level.

90

What does the Left Hydraulic system power?

Flight ControlsRudder RatioYaw DamperElevator FeelStab trim

91

What does the RAT do and when does it automatically deploy?

Provides adequate hydraulic power at speeds above 130kts.Auto deploys at dual engine failure.Once deployed can not be stowed in flight.

92

When are the master cautions inhibited?

Lights and Aural beeper inhibited for all cautions from- 80kts to 400ftAGL or 20 seconds from Nose gear extension(Alert message will still be displayed)

93

Maximum cabin differential pressure?

MAX- 9.1psiNORMAL- 8.6Max for take off and landing is- 0.125psi which is equivalent to 236ft BLW airport pressure altitude.

94

Turbulence penetration speed?

290kts/ .78M whichever is lower. (250kts below FL150 if BLW MLW)Graphs in the back of QRH for speed.

95

What is the standard significant deviation from airspeed on approach?

ABV 10kts or BLW 5kts with LDG flap below 1000ftAFE

96

When does LAND 3 or LAND 2 appear on the ASA?

Below 1500ft RA with LOC & GS captured, with autopilots engaged.

97

What is the standard significant deviation for sink rate on approach?

Sink rate exceed 1000fpm BLW 1000ft AFE

98

What altitude is required for fire suppression in the 300BCF?

25,000ft is the altitude where fire suppression is performed effectively.

99

What is the standard significant deviation for glideslope on approach?

>1dot

100

What is the standard significant deviation for the VOR approach?

> 1 dot, which is equal to 5 degrees

101

What are the 4 reasons to do the Aborted Engine Start procedure?

EGT does not increase by 25 seconds after the fuel cont switch is moved to RUN.No increase of N1 for 30sec after N2 is stabilized at idle.Abnormal oil pressure indication after N2 is stabilized at idle.EGT exceeds or is expected to exceed the EGT limit.

102

When should take off thrust be set by?

Adjust take off thrust before 80kts.

103

What is the ANA touchdown zone?

750ft to 2000ft

104

When do the RWY edge lights turn from white to yellow?

Last 1/3 or 600m whichever is less from the departure end of the RWY the lights turn AMBER.

105

What is the required 2nd segment climb gradient for the 767, and when does it start and end?

2.4%Begins at gear retraction and ends at level off point.

106

What is the required 1st segment climb gradient for the 767?

PositiveLiftoff to gear retraction

107

What is the required LDG climb gradient for the 767?

3.20%

108

What is the required approach climb gradient?

2.10%

109

What are the differences between gross and net flight path for both take off and enroute?

.8%1.1%

110

What are the limitations of V1 speed?

=/> then VMCG

111

What are the limitations of VR?

VR must be:=/> V15%> VMCA5%> 1 Engine VMU10%> 2 Engine VMU

112

What are the limitations of V2?

V2 must be:13%> 1 G stall speed10%> VMCA

113

Minimum required width for a 180degree turn?

46.3m/152ft

114

VREF limitations?

VREF must be at least:1.23 VS1G

115

Aileron droop angle?

Flap 5 - Flap 25= 10degreesFlap 30= 5degrees

116

Tail contact pitch attitudes?

Takeoff- 9.6 degreesLanding (Flaps 30)Main Gear Extended- 9.5 degreesMain Gear Compressed- 7.5 degrees

117

Approach Brief?

WeatherNotamsApproach/ Missed ApproachBugs BrakesFuel

118

When are the arrivals for the destination displayed on the DEP ARR page?

Greater then 400nm from departure ORHalf way to destinationAllows quick access for crew if turn back req'd.

119

What rate of descent is used in the DES NOW function?

1250fpm until intercepting the desired path.

120

ALTN Flap extension times and distances?

Up-1= 45sec. Approx 3nm at 210kts G/S1-5= 150sec. 7nm at 210kts G/S5-20= 35sec. 3nm at 180kts G/S

121

MTOW 300ER?

400,000lb- All routes345,000lb- China, Korea, Guam/Saipan, Taiwan routes288,700lb- Domestic routes

122

What happens when the APU fire switch is pulled?

Closes APU fuel valveCloses APU bleed valveCloses APU inlet doorShuts down the APUArms the fire extinguisher bottle

123

What is the standard significant deviation for LLZ?

More than 1/2 dot (1 dot on expanded scale)On CAT II/III APP after "Approaching Minimum" called-More than 1/3 dot (2/3 dot on expanded scale)

124

What is the standard significant deviation?

Exceeds -50ft/ +100ft

125

What does the capt take in evacuation?

FMCFlashlightMegaphoneCrash Axe

126

GS Deviation scale?

0.72 Up & Down

127

What is classified as an "Originating Flight"?

Flight that departs from a Domestic Airport- First flight of the day in Japan that departs from a domestic airport.Flight that departs from an International Airport- The flight after a planned ground stay of 3 hours or more.

128

When can a Fast Align be done?

Instead of full alignment, fast alignment can be done for the Domestic Flight except for first flight of the day.AOM1 3-3-(1)

129

When do you need to check takeoff weight limit by brake temperature?

When brake temp is at or ABV 1 unit.

130

When do you select 1/2 on transponder?

For RVSM operations select 1 if L-Autopilot or C-Autopilot in use or2 if R-Autopilot in use. AOM 3-3-(2)- 1 uses L ADC-2 uses R ADC

131

What two messages can momentarily appear and can be disregarded during ENG start?

ENGINE STARTERL,R ENG BLEED OFF

132

B767 OEI 60, 120, 180min diversion time?

60min- 424nm120min- 835min180min- 1245nm

133

What is Take-Off minima?

-Landing minima (If CAT II, III then must be able to do OEI) if BLW this then must nominate Take off ALTN.-If Take off ALTN nominated and HIRL, CL then;200 if all 3 RVR this300 if TD, MP or TD, SE500 if just TDor 400 VISHIRL or CL600 TD or 600VISOTHERS800 TD or 800VIS5-8

134

Confirmation of fuel for International Flights?

-Double check method is applied.-Utilize Cockpit fuel indication-Utilize Ramp Total (Remain fuel+loaded fuel x density) -Check fuel loading sheet (separates APU fuel)AOR 2-1-22-(2)

135

What's the distance for each Autobrakes setting?

Rule of 8.=8-Autobrakes setting = rough distanceeg. 8-3(AB3)= 5000ft then add the 1250ft for touchdown = 6250ftGood for a range of speeds or pressure altitude.

136

Dalian OPS?

-Only airport we fly to with QFE.-Request QNH when given descent level & then refer to the Dalian specific chart for height conversion.-Always Set QNH! So you will always read airport elevation on the ground.Enroute 23-4