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FUEL SYSTEM LIMITATIONS.

  • #Resetting CB's

Temps.

  • #Max Fuel Temp
  • #Min Fuel Temp

 

Center Tank Limits.

  • 3 center tank limits

 

Fuel Balance.

  • Scheduled
  • Random
  • defueling or transferring with passengers

 

Fuel Types.

Fuel Loading.

  • Main tanks vs center tank.

 

Usable Fuel QTY.

  • Main
  • Center
  • with NGS

  • # Do​ not​ reset​ a tripped​ fuel​ pump​ circuit​ breaker.​

 

Temps.

  • # Maximum​ fuel​ temperature​ is​ 49° C.​
  • # Minimum​ fuel​ temperature​ is​ fuel​ freeze​ point​ of​ the​ fuel​ being​ used​ ​+3°​ C or​ –43°​ C,​ whichever​ is​ higher.

Center Tank Limits. 

  • # For ground operation, center tank fuel pump switches must not be​ ​positioned​ to “ON”​ unless​ the​ center​ tank​ fuel​ quantity​ exceeds​ 1000​ ​pounds,​ except​ when​ defueling​ or​ transferring​ fuel.​

  • # Center​ tank fuel pumps​ must​ not​ be​ “ON”​ unless​ personnel​ are​ ​available​ in​ the flight​ deck​ to monitor​ low​ pressure​ lights.

  • Center​ tank​ fuel​ pumps​ must​ be​ “OFF”​ when:​ ​

    • Center​ tank​ fuel​ is​ < 5,000​ pounds​ and​ aircraft​ is​ readied​ for initial​ taxi​

    • Center​ tank​ fuel​ reaches​ approximately​ 1,000 pounds​ during​ climb​

    • Center tank fuel reaches 3,000 pounds​ during descent and landing

Fuel Balance.

 

  • Lateral​ imbalance between​ main​ tanks​ 1 and​ 2 must​ be​ scheduled​ to​ be​ ​zero.
  • Random fuel​ imbalance​ must not exceed 1,000 pounds​ for taxi,​ ​takeoff,​ flight,​ or​ landing

  • Defueling or​ transferring fuel with passengers​ on board is​ prohibited

 

Fuel Types.

  • Fuel types​ used​ are​ Jet​ A,​ A1.​ Other​ types​ require​ company​ approval.

 

Fuel Loading.

Main​ tanks​ 1​ and​ 2 must​ be​ scheduled​ to​ be​ full if​ center​ tank​ contains​ ​more​ than​ 1,000 pounds

 

Usable Fuel QTY.

  • Main: 9,144 lbs
  • Center: 28,973 lbs
  • with NGS (check on this because numbers dont make sense)

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#MAX OPERATING ALTITUDE

41,000

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The maximum demonstrated takeoff and landing crosswind is..

33 kts with blended winglets.

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FLIGHT MANAGEMENT, NAVIGATION

 

#VSD LIMITS

# When installed, all Non-ILS/Non-Precision Approaches, the​ PM​ ​must have the​ Vertical Situation Display​ (VSD) selected ON to​ ​enhance​ Ground/Terrain situational awareness.

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#DO NOT OPERATE THE HF RADIOS

DURING REFUELING

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MAX FLIGHT OPERATING LATITUDE

82' N AND S

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Runway Contamination Limitations.

 

  • Runway contamination recommendations only apply when the contamination covers more than 25% of the runway surface.
  • TO or LAND is not authorized with greater than 1/2 in of slush standing water or wet snow on the runway.
  • For dry snow, the max depth is 4 inches.

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Air System Limitations.

  • #Cabin Alt Briefing
  • Pressure limits
  • Bleed air switch position
  • When must the APU Bleed Air valve be closed?
  • When can APU BAV be open and under what conditions?

  • #CABIN ALT BRIEFING.
    • [as part of the before takeoff briefing before engine start of the first flight of the day or following any change of either flight crewmember, the PIC shall ensure the CABIN ALT WARNING indications and procedures are briefed in accordance with normal procedures of this manual]

  • Pressurization limits:
    • Max cabin differential (relief valves) is 9.10
    • Max allowable cabin differential press for TO and LAND is .125 psi (236 feet below airport pressure altitude)

 

  • Bleed vs Packs.
    • with engine bleed air switches ON, do NOT operate the PACKS in HIGH for TAKEOFF, APPROACH or LANDING.

 

  • Closed when:
    • Ground air connected and isolation valve open
    • #2 BAV open and isolation valve open
    • #1 BAV open
  • Open during engine start but avoid thrust above idle

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RUNWAY SLOPE

+/- 2%

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Do standby altimeters meet the accuracy requirements of RVSM Airspace?

No

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FLIGHT CONTROLS LIMITATIONS.

FLAPS.

  • #MAX FLAP EXTENSION ALTITUDE
  • #HOLDING IN ICING CONDITIONS (FLAPS LIMIT)
  • #FLAPS 15 NORMAL LANDING LIMITS
  • ALTERNATE FLAP DUTY CYCLE

 

SPEED BRAKES.

  • #inflight speed brake limits. (extension)
  • #do not deploy speedbrakes in flight... (flap setting)
  • #do not deploye the speedbrakes in flight (altitude limits)

 

FLIGHT CONTROLS.

  • #Control movement limitation

FLAPS.

  • #MAX FLAP EXTENSION ALTITUDE
    • ​20,000' PA
  • # Holding in icing conditions with flaps extended is prohibited.
  • # Flaps​ 15​ normal​ landings​ are​ prohibited.​ A​ Flaps​ 15​ landing​ may​ be​ ​performed​ when​ required​ by​ a non​ normal​ procedure.

  • ALTERNATE FLAP DUTY CYCLE:

    • extending or retracting flaps with the ALT flaps position switch, allow 15 seconds after releasing switch before moving switch again (avoids damage to alt flap motor clutch)

    • After completing a full extend/retract cycle (0-15-0) allow 5 minutes cooling before attempting another extension.

 

SPEED BRAKES.

  • # In​ flight,​ do​ not​ extend​ the SPEED BRAKE​ lever​ beyond​ the ​FLIGHT​ DETENT.
  • #​ Do not deploy​ speedbrakes​ in flight at flap settings greater than Flaps ​10.​
  • # Do​ not​ deploy​ the speedbrakes in​ flight​ at​ radio​ altitudes​ less​ than​ ​1,000​ feet.​

FLIGHT CONTROLS.

  • # Avoid rapid and large alternating control inputs, especially in​ ​combination​ with​ large​ changes​ in​ pitch,​ roll,​ or​ yaw (e.g.,​ large​ side​ ​slip angles)​ as​ they may result in structural failure at any speed,​ ​including​ below​ VA.

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EGPWS LIMITS.

TERRAIN DISPLAY FOR NAV

LOOK AHEAD TERRAIN ALERTING

  • Do not use the terrain display for navigation
  • Do not use the look ahead terrain alerting and terrain display functions:
    • within 15 nm of takeoff, approach or landing at an airport not contained in the GPWS terrain database.

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FIRE PROTECTION LIMITS.

  • aircraft must land within 60 minute after initial discharge of lower cargo fire suppressions system
  • No cargo may be carried in the forward and/or aft cargo compartment if the corresponding cargo fire protection equipment is not operational.

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MAX TO AND LAND ALTITUDE

8400' PA

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#TURBULENT AIRSPEED

280 KIAS / .76M

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APU LIMITS.

When must the APU Bleed Air valve be closed?

When can APU BAV be open and under what conditions?

APU start limits

  • Closed when:
    • Ground air connected and isolation valve open
    • #2 BAV open and isolation valve open
    • #1 BAV open
  • Open during engine start but avoid thrust above idle

 

  • Start Attempts:
    • 5 min cooling between 2nd and 3rd start attempts
    • 60 min cooling after 3rd start attempt

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#MINIMUM RUNWAY WIDTH

98 FEET (30 M)

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#FLIGHT DECK DOOR ACCES SYSTEM

Verify that an operation check of the flight deck door access system has been accomplished according to approved procedures at least once per flight day.

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AUTOPILOT / FLT DIRECTOR LIMITS.

#Autopilot limits

#LVL CHG

Autothrottle Limits

Autopilot Limits.

  • # Use of Aileron Trim with autopilot engaged is prohibited.
  • # Do not engage the autopilot for takeoff below 400 feet AGL.
  • # For single channel operation during approach, the autopilot shall not remain engaged below 50 feet AGL.

Level Change Limit.

  • # Do not use LVL CHG on final approach below 1,000 feet AFE.

 

Autothrottle Limits.

Autothrottle​ use​ is​ recommended during takeoff​ and climb in either​ ​automatic​ or​ manual​ flight.​ During​ all​ other​ phases​ of​ flight,​ autothrottle​ ​use​ is​ recommended​ only​ when​ the​ autopilot​ is​ engaged.​

 

 

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Weight Limits. (-700)

Max Taxi

Max Takeoff

Max Landing 

Max ZFW 

  • Max Taxi: 155,000
  • Max Takeoff: 154,500
  • Max Landing: 128,000
  • Max ZFW: 120,500

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FLIGHT MANEUVERING LOAD ACCEL LIMITS

FLAPS UP

FLAPS DOWN

UP: + 2.5 G TO -1.0

DOWN: +2.0 TO 0G

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Weight Limits. (-800)

Max Taxi

Max TO

Max LDG

Max ZFW

  • Max Taxi: 174,700

 

  • Max TO: 174,200 (may be further restricted by TO, enroute and landing performance)

 

  • Max LDG: 146,300 (may be further restricted by field length or climb limit)

 

  • Max ZFW: 138,300

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#MAXIMUM SPEEDS

Observe VMO pointer and gear/flap placards

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ANTI-ICE / RAIN LIMITATIONS.

  • # ENGINE ANTI-ICE SYSTEM
  • # WING ANTI-ICE SYSTEM
  • COLD SOAKED FUEL FROST
  • DEFINITION OF ICING CONDITION

# ENGINE ANTI-ICE SYSTEM.

 

  • The​ engine​ anti-ice​ system must be ON during​ all ground and​ flight​ ​operations​ when​ Icing​ Conditions​ exist​ or​ are​ anticipated,​ except​ during​ ​climb​ and​ cruise​ when​ Static​ Air​ Temperature​ (SAT)​ is​ below​ -40°C.​ ​
  • Engine​ anti-ice​ must​ be​ on​ prior​ to​ and​ during​ descent​ in​ icing​ conditions,​ ​including​ temperatures​ below​ -40° SAT

 

# WING ANTI-ICE SYSTEM

  • Do not use​ wing​ anti-ice​ as​ a substitute​ for​ ground​ deicing/anti-icing​ and​ ​inspection​ procedures that​ are necessary​ to​ comply​ with TEM​ Deicing​ ​manual​ procedures
  • Do​ not​ operate​ wing​ anti-ice​ on​ the​ ground​ when​ the​ OAT​ is​ above​ 10°C​ ​(50°F).

 

COLD SOAKED FUEL FROST.

  • takeoff is NOT PERMITTED if there is any cold soaked fuel frost on the UPPER WING TANK SURFACE or if the cold soaked fuel frost exceeds 1/8 INCH THICKNESS on the LOWER WING TANK SURFACE

 

ICING CONDITIONS.

  • Icing conditions exists whent the OAT ON THE GROUND AND FOR TAKEOFF is 10'C or below, OR TAT INFLIGHT is 10'C or below and visible moisture in any form is present (such as clouds, fog with visibility of 1 mile or less, rain, snow, sleet or ice crystals)

 

  • Icing conditions also exist when the OAT ON THE GROUND AND FOR TAKEOFF is 10'C or below when operating on ramps, taxiways or runways where surface snow, ice, standing water or slush may be inguested by the engines or freeze on the engines or nacelles or engine sensor probes.

 

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Weather Radar Operational Limits

Do not operate wx radar in a HANGAR or w/in 50 FEET of any personnel or fuel spill

(these restrictions do NOT apply to test mode)

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LANDING GEAR and LIGHT LIMITS.

#Assumed temp limits

application of brakes after touchdown

#Retractable Landing Light Speed Limit

  • # Operation​ with​ assumed​ temperature​ reduced​ takeoff thrust​ is​ not​ ​permitted​ with anti-skid inoperative.​
  • Do​ not apply brakes​ until​ after​ touchdown.​
  • # Retractable Landing Lights Speed Limit 250 Knots

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Braking Limits.

Braking action vs runway condition.

If both the reported braking action and runway condition are known, use the MOST RESTRICTIVE.

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#MAX TO AND LAND TAILWIND COMPONENT

15 KTS

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#CERTIFIED FLAP TAKEOFF CONFIGURATION

# 1, 5, 10, 15 and 25 takeoffs.

(airplane flap configuration and engine thrust settings derived from company approved Regulated TO Weight (RTOW) charts shall be utilized for all departures and landings)

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Engine limits

Max and min limits are marked with _____

Cautionary Range is marked by ______

Normal Operating Range is marked by a _______

Max Time Limit (Takeoff Thrust)

Max N1 RPM

Max N2 RPM

#MAX TAKEOFF EGT

#MAX CONTINUOUS EGT

#MAX START EGT

Min Oil Pressure

Max Oil Temp

Engine Starter Limits

  • RED LINE
  • AMBER ARC
  • White ARC
  • 5 minutes
  • N1 - 104
  • N2 - 105
  • #max takeoff egt: 950'c
  • #max continuous egt: 925'c
  • #max start egt: 725'c
  • 13 psi
  • Max Oil Temp: 155'C Max / 140'C max continuous / 45 min between 140-155'C
  • Eng Starter Limits:
    • 2 min ON - 20 sec OFF (min)
    • 2 min ON - 3 min OFF (min)
    • 2 min ON