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1

Max operating alt

410

2

Max takeoff and landing alt

10000 except for 800 and 900 which is 8400

3

Max crosswind for takeoff or landing including gusts

33 kts

4

Sever turbulence speed

.76 or 280 kias

5

Max taxi weight

700 155,000
800 174,900
900 182,200

6

Max takeoff weight

154500
174200
187700

7

Max landing weight

129200
146300
157300

8

Max zero fuel weight

149300

9

Max differential cabin pressure

9.1

10

Limitations on packs with engine bleeds on

Do not operate the packs on high

11

Autopilot limitations

Use of aileron trim is prohibited
Not below 400 feet on takeoff
Single channel operation during approach no autopilot below 50 feet
Don't use autopilot below 100 ra when pressure alt is 8400

12

Auto land wind speeds

Headwind 25 kts
Crosswind 25 kts
Tailwind 10 kts

13

Engine ignition

On for takeoff landing heavy rain and anti ice operation

14

Engine start duty cycle

Each start attempt to 2 minutes
Min of 10 seconds is required between

15

Apu loads in flight

Bleed plus electrical load 10000 feet
Bleed is 17000

16

Max flap extension altitude

20,000

17

Speed brakes

Don't use below 1000

18

Max winds for heads up display

25 hw
15 xw
10 tw

19

Hud limitations

May not be used above 8400 pressure
For manual approaches aIII mode is selected and ap and at must be detected prior to 500 tdze
Landing must be flaps 30 or 40 both engines
Landing flaps 15 one engine

20

Max tank fuel temp

49

21

Min in flight fuel tank temp

3 degrees above freezing point of fuel or -43

22

Max fuel imbalance

Between tank 1 and 2 must be scheduled to 0
Random imbalance must not exceed 1000

23

Max tailwind component for takeoff and landing

10 kts

24

What are the 6 displays called

Primary flight displays
Navigation displays
Upper display unit
Lower display unit

25

What are the displays controlled by

Display source panel
Efis control panels
Display select panel

26

What standby instruments are available

Standby magnetic compass
Standby attitude indicator
Standby airspeed/altitude

27

Air data reference system

Two computers
Adiru L. Captain pitot probe tat probe capt static port and alpha vane

Adiru R fo pitot probe alpha vane fo static port and tat probe
Info is sent to flight displays by two display electronic units

28

Deu 1 and 2

Deu supply's info from various systems number 1 sends info to capt du inboard and out board and upper du
Number 2 is same for fo but Lower du

If either fails the other deu controls all six
Each pilot contains info from separate sources