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1

Engine Dry-Motoring Cycle

1st

The dry-motoring cycle (with thrust lever at IDLE) may be used for engine ground starts and engine airstarts.

Maximum 90 seconds ON, followed by 5 minutes OFF

2

*Engine Starter Duty Cycle

3rd through 5th*

Maximum 90 seconds ON (ground), 120 seconds ON (in flight)

Followed by...

5 minutes OFF

3

APU Operational Limits

EGT - Continuous

717°C

4

RVSM Altimeter Tolerance

Standby Altimeter in RVSM

Does not meet altimeter accuracy requirements of RVSM.

5

Maximum Runway Slope for Autolands (up hill, down hill)

+1%, -1%

6

When operating the ICE PROTECTION in manual mode:

CAUTION

Do not rely on visual airframe icing cues to select engine anti-ice ON.
Use temperature and visual moisture criteria specified in this section.
Delaying the use of engine anti-ice until ice buildup is visible from the flightdeck may result in severe engine damage and/or flameout.

7

N1 Max RPM

100%

8

Autopilot Use During Landing

Unless executing an autolanding with AUTOLAND 1 engaged, turn off autopilot PRIOR to 50 feet AGL.

9

APU Operational Limits

Rotor Speed

108%

10

Engine and Wing Anti-Ice Operations

During taxi out and takeoff, the MCDU TO DATASET MENU REF A/I must be set to ALL when OAT is 10°c or below and icing conditions exist or are anticipated.

11

Engine Maximum Continuous Max ITT

960°C

12

APU Operational Limits

*Altitude for Start*

30,000 feet

13

*Turbulent Airspeed (below 10,000 feet)*

250 KIAS

14

Maximum Relief Differential Pressure

Above 37,000 feet

8.3 psi

15

*Definition of Icing Conditions*

- OAT (on the ground and for takeoff) or TAT (inflight) is *10°C or below*, and
- Visibile moisture in any form is present such as clouds, fog with visibility of one mile or less, rain, snow, sleet and ice crystals, or
- When operating on ramps, taxiways, or runways where surface snow, ice, standing water or slush may be ingested by engines and freeze on engines, nacelles, or engine sensor probes.

16

Autoland Weight Limitations

Maximum

97,000 lbs

17

Maximum Gear Extension Speed (Vlo)

265 KIAS

18

Maximum Weights

Taxi & Ramp

114,500 lbs

19

*Engine Caution Range*

Amber

20

FMS Bank Angles for Single Engine Operations

There is no automatic bank angle protection for an engine out situation.

21

Maximum Gear Retraction Speed (Vlor)

235 KIAS

22

*Turbulent Airspeed (at or above 10,000 feet)*

270 KIAS/.76M

23

Maximum Weights

Zero Fuel (MZFW)

90,150 lbs

24

*Engine Normal Operating Range*

Green

25

Maximum Flap Operating Speeds Vfe(KIAS)

Flaps 2

215

26

Maximum Airspeed for Windshield Wiper Operation Failed in the Non-Parked Position

320 KIAS

27

FMS Speed

Not authorized for takeoff.

28

Engine Normal Takeoff & Go Around Max ITT

947°C

29

Tire Limit Ground Speed

195 kts

30

APU Operational Limits

*Altitude for Operation: ELECTRICAL*

33,000 feet