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1

Max takeoff and landing tailwind component

SOP 3-4

10 knots

2

Max operating altitude

SOP 3-4

41,000ft

3

Max flap extension altitude

SOP 3-4

20,000ft

4

Turbulent Air penetration speed below 10,000ft

SOP 3-6

250 KIAS

5

Turbulent air penetration speed above 10,000ft

SOP 3-6

270 KIAS
.76 M

6

VLO/VLE

SOP 3-6

250 KIAS

7

Max tire ground speed

SOP 3-6

195 knots

8

VFE 1-Full

SOP 3-6

1: 230 KIAS
2: 215 KIAS
3: 200 KIAS
4: 180 KIAS
5: 180 KIAS
Full: 165 KIAS

Every effort will be made to extend the flaps approaching green dot to green dot +10, but in no case below green dot, to optimize flap life and fuel consumption.

9

VA

SOP 3-8

240 KIAS (C)

10

Definition of icing conditions

SOP 3-9

When SAT on the ground or TAT in flight is:
1. 10C or below
2. Visible moisture is present in any form such as clouds, fog with visibility of one mile or less, rain, sleet, snow, sleet and ice crystals; or
3. When operating on ramps taxiways, or runways where surface snow, ice, standing water, or slush may be ingested by the engines; or freeze on the engines, nacelles, or engine sensor probes.

11

Engine and wing anti-ice system operations on the ground

SOP 3-9

During taxi and takeoff, the MCDU DATASET MENU must be set to ALL when SAT is 10C or below and icing conditions exist or are anticipated. (C)

12

Max windshield wiper operation airspeed

SOP 3-9

250 KIAS

13

Max fuel imbalance

SOP 3-10

790lbs

14

Crossfeed operations

SOP 3-10

The XFEED selector must be set to OFF during takeoff and landing.

15

Max altitude for single pack operation

SOP 3-11

31,000 ft

16

Flap operational limitations

SOP 3-12

A. Max altitude with flaps extended: 20,000ft
B. Enroute use of flaps is prohibited (C)
C. Do not hold in icing conditions with flaps extended (C)
D. The use of flaps 4 during approach and landing is prohibited (C)

17

What speed must thrust reversers be stowed by?

SOP 3-12

60 KIAS

18

Use of FMS speeds

SOP 3-17

FMS speeds may only be used during normal flight operations

19

Engine warmup/cool down

SOP 3-20

Before applying takeoff thrust, allow the engines to warm up for a minimum of two minutes
A 2 minute cool down must be observed prior to shutting down an engine

20

Reduced thrust takeoff procedures

SOP 3-21

Use of reduced takeoff thrust procedures is not allowed in runways contaminated with standing water, slush, snow, or ice and are not allowed on wet runways unless suitable performance accountability is made for the increased stopping distance on the wet runway surface.