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1

Runway slope

+/- 2%

2

Maximum takeoff and landing tailwind component

10 knots

3

Maximum demonstrated T/O and Landing crosswind

33 kts

4

Maximum Speeds

Observe VMO Pointer and gear / flap placards

5

Maximum flight operational latitude

82N and 82S

Except for the region between 80W and 130W longitude, the maximum flight operating latitude is 70N, and the region between 120E and 160E longitude, the maximum flight operating latitude is 60S.

6

Maximum operating altitude

41,000 ft

7

Maximum Takeoff and Landing Altitude

8,400 ft

for N5227A
13,500 ft

8

How often do we verify that an operational check of the flight deck door system has been accomplished?

Once each flight day

9

Severe Turbulent Air Penetration Speed

What about during cruise?

280KIAS or .76M (whichever is lower)

*Note: During Cruise, refer to SP.16, Severe Turbulence Supplementary Procedure

10

On revenue flights what must be installed regarding L1 Door

The escape slide retention bar (girt bar), during taxi, takeoff, and landing

11

What must not be operated during refueling operations

HF radios

*Do not operate HF radios during refueling operations.

12

Do standby altimeters meet altimeter accuracy requirements of RVSM airspace?

No

13

Max allowable in-flight difference between captain and FO altitude display for RVSM

200 feet

14

Maximum allowable on-the-ground altitude display differences for RVSM operations between Captain and FO?

Sea level to 5,000 ft = 50 ft
5,000 ft to 10,000 ft = 60 ft

15

Weight Limitations Max Taxi

174,700 lbs

16

Weight Limitations Max Takeoff

174,200 lbs*

*may be further restricted by takeoff, enroute, and landing performance.

17

Weight Limitations Max Landing

146,300 lbs*

*may be further restricted by field length or climb limit

18

Weight Limitations Max Zero Fuel

138,300 lbs

19

Weight Limitations Min Operating

80,800 lbs

20

Max differential pressure

9.1 PSI

21

With either one or both engine bleed air switches ON, do not operate the air conditioning packs in

HIGH for takeoff, approach, or landing.

*Note: The fire protection Non-Normal procedures take precedence over the statement regarding no air conditioning pack in HIGH during takeoff, approach or landing. The SMOKE or FUMES REMOVAL checklists and CARGO FIRE checklists require the Operating PACK switch(es) HIGH. Switch(es) need to be placed in HIGH in order to increase ventilation for smoke removal.

22

Use of Aileron trim with the autopilot engaged is

Prohibited

23

Do not engage the autopilot for takeoff below what ALT

(N5227A) - Do not use the autopilot below _____ at airport pressure altitudes above ______.

400 feet AGL


100' RA, 8,400' PA

24

For single channel operating during approach, when shall the autopilot be disengaged

50 feet AGL

25

MAX Wind Component for Autoland

Headwind: 25kts
Tailwind: 10kts
Crosswind: 20kts
Crosswind CAT 2/3: 15kts

26

MAX and MIN glideslope angles for Autoland

3.25 to 2.5 degrees

27

Autoland capability may only be used with (flap and engine requirements)

Autoland capability may only be used N5227A?

flaps 30 or 40 and both engines operative.


to runways at or below 8,400 ft pressure altitude.

28

When can you not use LVL Change on final approach (APP)?

Do not use on final approach below 1,000 AFE

29

Do not use what VHF # for ATC communications with ACARS operational?

VHF-3

30

ACARS is limited to the transmission and receipt of messages that will not create an unsafe condition if the message is improperly received, such as these conditions:

*the message or parts of the message are delayed or not received
*the message is delivered to the wrong recipient
*the message content may be frequently corrupted

Note: Pre-Departure Clearance, Digital ATIS (Automatic Terminal Information Service), Weight and Balance, and Takeoff Data messages can be transmitted and received over ACARS if they are verified per approved operational procedures.