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Max operating pressure altitude

41,000 feet

2

Max takeoff/landing tailwind component

15 kts

3

Recommended Severe Turbulence Penetration Speed:

Cruise

Turb N1 setting from cruise page

4

Recommended Severe Turbulence Penetration Speed:

Climb and Descent

280 kts/.76 Mach

5

Takeoff Crosswind Component (knots) blended winglet/split scimitar winglet:

Dry rwy:

33/34


Assumes an engine failure RTO

6

Takeoff Crosswind Component (knots) blended winglet/split scimitar winglet

Wet rwy:

25/25


Assumes an engine failure RTO

7

Landing Crosswind Component (knots) blended winglet/split scimitar winglet:

Dry rwy:

40/37

Reduce landing crosswind guidelines by 5kts on wet or contaminated runways when asymmetric reverse thrust is used

8

Landing Crosswind Component (knots) blended winglet/split scimitar winglet:

Wet rwy:

40/37

Reduce landing crosswind guidelines by 5kts on wet or contaminated runways when asymmetric reverse thrust is used

9

Icing conditions exist on the ground and for takeoff when:

OAT 10°Cor below

And

-visible moisture in any forms present (I.e. Clouds, fog with visibility of 1 mile or less, rain, snow, sleet, or ice crystals) OR

-while operating on ramps,taxiways, or runways where snow, standing water or slush may be ingested by the engines or freeze on the engines, nacelles, or engine sensor probes.

10

Icing conditions exist in flight when:

Total Air Temp is 10°C or below

AND

- visible moisture in any form is present ( i e clouds, fog with visibility of 1 mile or less, rain, snow, sleet, or ice crystals)

11

On takeoff or missed approach, do not engage autopilot below:

800 ft

12

Auto land max headwind:

25 kts

13

Auto land max crosswind:

15 kts

14

Auto land max tailwind (flaps 30 and 40):

10 kts

-900[401-412] Flaps 30:

Field elevation 4000 ft or less: 10 kts

Field elevation 4001-6000 ft: 5 kts

Field elevation 6000 ft and above: 0 kts

15

Minimum altitude for use of autopilot on approach

ILS/GPS coupled approach (no auto land):

50 ft AGL

16

Minimum altitude for use of autopilot on approach

Non precision approaches:

50 feet below MDA

17

Maximum flap extension altitude:

20,000 ft