# Limitations Flashcards

Runway Slope Limits

+/- 2%

Maximum Demonstrated Crosswind

36 kts without winglets

33 kts with winglets

Maximum Speed (Vmo/Mmo)

320 kias

0.82 m

Turbulent Air Penetration Speed

280 kias / .76m

250 kias when below 15,000 ft and below MLW

(AOM Vol. 1 SP.16.21)

Maximum Altitude

41,000 ft

Maximum Takeoff and Landing Altitude

8,400 ft

or

12,000 ft with Hight Altitude Option

Maximum Cabin Differential Pressure

9.1 psi

Maximum Altitude for APU Bleed and Electrical use

10,000 ft

*Under Captain’s Emergency Authority, APU has demonstrated the capability to supply both bleed air and electrical power up to 20,000 ft.

Maximum Altitude for APU Bleed Only Use.

17,000 ft

Maximum Altitude for APU Bleed and Electrical Use on Ground

15,000 ft

Maximum Altitude For APU Electrical Use Only

41,000 ft

Minimum Altitude for Autopilot use After Takeoff

400 ft AGL

Minimum Altitude for Autopilot “ON” During Non-Precision Approach

50 ft Below Minimums

Maximum Engine Limits

Redline

Minimum Engine Limits

Redline

Engine Caution Limits

Amber

Engine Ignition Must Be On For: \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_ \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_ \_\_\_\_\_\_\_ \_\_\_\_\_\_\_ \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_

Takeoff

Landing

Heavy Rain

Anti-Ice

Maximum Flaps Extension Altitude

20,000 ft

Minimum Altitude For Speed Brake Use.

1,000 ft

Alternate Flap Duty Cycle (down and back up)

0-15-0 = 5 min.

> 15 = 25 min.

Fuel System Minimum Temperatures

-43˚C or 3˚C above fuel freezing

Whichever is warmer

Fuel System Maximum Temperatures

49˚C

Random Fuel Imbalance

1,000 lbs for Taxi, Takeoff, Landing