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*Dimensions - Length

  • 53.67m

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*Dimensions - Height

  • 15.85m

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*Dimensions - Span

  • 47.57m

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*Landing Gear Speeds (VLE): Normal

  • Retraction: 270 Kts
  • Extension: 270 Kts/.82M
  • Extended: 270 Kts/.82M

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*Landing Gear Speeds: Alternate

  • 250 Kts/.75M

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*Max T-O/Ldg Tailwind

RWY Length:

  • 2,001 m or above = 15 Kts
  • 2,000 m or below = 10 Kts

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Max Taxi Weight (300ER)

  • 401,000

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Max T/O Weight (300ER)

  • 400,000

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Max Lnd Weight (300ER)

  • 320,000

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Max Zero Fuel Weight (-300)

  • 291,300 with winglets

  • 288,000 without winglets

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*Flap Speeds

  • 250 F1
  • 230 F5
  • 210 F15/20
  • 180 F25
  • 170 F30

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*Do not extend flaps above _________

  • 20,000 ft

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*Runway Slope Limit

  • +/- 2%

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*Max Operating Pressure Altitude

  • 43,100 ft

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Max Takeoff and Landing Pressure Altitude

  • 8,400 ft

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*Photoluminescent Charging:

  • 15 minutes = 6.5 hrs
  • 30 minutes = 11 hrs

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Verify Ops check of flight deck access system has been accomplished ________

  • Once each flight day

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*Cat D Circling speed:

  • 141 - 165 Kts (1.23 VS1G)

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*Max Airspeed

  • .86 M
  • 340kts with winglets
  • 360kts without winglets

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*Max Cabin Diff Pressure

  • 9.1 PSI

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*Max Allowable Cabin Diff Pressure for Takeoff/Lnd

  • 0.125 PSI (236 ft below airport pressure altitude)

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Engine Anti-Ice must be ON during all ground and flight ops when icing conditions exist or are anticipated, except ________

  • When the temperature is below -40 C SAT

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Icing Conditions exist when:

  • OAT or TAT in flight is 10 C or below and visible moisture (or vis 1 mile or less)
  • OAT 10 C or below when operating on ramps, taxiways, or runways where snow, water, slush etc. may be ingested by engines or freeze on engines, nacelles, or engine sensor probes

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*On takeoff, do not engage CWS or CMD mode ____________

  • Below 200 ft AGL

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*Max allowable wind conditions for autoland:

  • Headwind: 25 Kts
  • Tailwind: Op Limit (15/10)
  • Crosswind: 25 Kt

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*Use of _______ with autopilot engaged is prohibited

  • Aileron trim

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Do not use ___________ for ATC communications with ACARS operational.

  • Center VHF

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Messages that can be transmitted and received over ACARS if they are verified per approved operational procedures:

  • FLEX INF
  • ATIS
  • Takeoff Data
  • Pre-Departure Clearance
  • Oceanic Clearance
  • Weight and Balance

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*Max N1 RPM

  • 117.50%

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*Max N2 RPM

  • 112.50%

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*Max EGT/time limit, Takeoff

  • 960 C / 5 min

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*Max EGT, Continuous

  • 925 C

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*Max EGT, Starting

  • 750 C (870 C for 40 sec)

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*Min Oil Pressure

  • 10 PSI

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*Max Oil Temp/time

  • 175 C, 15 min
  • 160 C, continuous

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Max time for takeoff thrust rating (including derated takeoff and reduced takeoff thrust):

  • 5 min

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Reverse Thrust is for _______ only

  • Ground use

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Engine ignition must be ________

  • On for takeoff and landing

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Engine Limit Display Markings Max and min limits: ______ Precautionary limits: _____

  • Red
  • Amber

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The flight crew shall not blank ____________during takeoff.

  • Engine vibration display

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*Max allowable diff between altitude display for RVSM Between Capt/Copilot, Capt/Copilot vs field elevation

  • 40 ft
  • 75 ft

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With a single FMC, during VOR approaches one pilot must have ________, no later than ___________.

  • Raw data from the VOR on RDMI or HSI in the VOR mode no later than FAF

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Two IRS in conjunction with two FMCS, meet requirements of FAA Advisory Circular 25-4 as the sole means of navigation for flights of up to________

  • 18 hrs duration

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*Ground alignment of IRS has been demonstrated to be satisfactory between ______

  • 78.2 N and 78.2 S latitudes

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*In NAV mode the IRS will provide valid magnetic heading and track between ______

  • 73 N and 60 S latitudes

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*The FMCS will provide navigation, guidance, and map display between ________

  • 87 N and 87 S latitudes

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Do not operate weather radar ________

  • In a hangar or within 50 ft of any personnel or fuel spill
  • Hangar/personnel restriction does not apply to test mode

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*Max Allowable Fuel Weight

  • Left Main Tank / Right Main Tank
  • Center Tank (300ER/F)
  • Total

  • 42,671 lb
  • 84,490 lb
  • 169,832 lb

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*________ of fuel may be loaded in the center tank with less than full wing tanks, if all following conditions are met: 1. wt of fuel in center plus______ does not exceed _______ and balance limits observed.2. If fuel jettison installed/activated no less than _____ lb fuel must be in wing tanks 3. Fuel must be used in accordance with ______

  • 22,050 lb
  • Actual Zero Fuel Weight
  • Max Zero Fuel Weight
  • 10,300 lb
  • Fuel Usage II.

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Fuel Usage I

  • Use tank to engine fuel feed for takeoff and landing with following procedures:
  • Position all operable main tank boost pumps to on
  • Close crossfeed valve

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Fuel Usage II (300 ER/F)

  • Use center tank fuel for all ops with operable fuel boost pumps ON and crossfeed closed, then use Fuel Usage I
  • Intentional dry running of center tank pump prohibited
  • Crossfeed valve(s) is open for minimum fuel operation and may be opened to correct fuel imbalance

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Do not reset a ____________ or ____________

  • Tripped fuel pump or fuel pump control circuit breaker

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Use of ________ and __________ fuels are prohibited.

  • Jet B
  • JP4

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*Max Tank Fuel Temp

  • 49 C

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*Min Tank Fuel Temp: Fuel Freezing Point

  • +3 C
  • Note: the use of fuel system icing inhibitor additives does not change min fuel tank temp limit

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EGPWS: Do not use ______ for navigation

  • Terrain display

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EGPWS: Do not use the look ahead terrain alerting and terrain display functions:

  • Within 15 NM of takeoff, approach or landing at an airport or runway not contained in the EGPWS airport database
  • (PAX, 300 BCF) FMS is in IRS NAV Only
  • Unless FMS Position has been updated within 5 min prior to takeoff
  • During QFE Operations

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*Max Crosswind

  • DRY
  • WET (Grooved)
  • WET (Ungrooved)
  • FLOODED

  • 33
  • 25
  • 20
  • 10

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*Max Crosswind (ICE or SNOW) BRAKING ACTION:

  • GOOD
  • MEDIUM to GOOD
  • MEDIUM
  • MEDIUM to POOR
  • POOR

  • 20
  • 20 (15 - RWY less than 2500m)
  • 20 (15 - RWY less than 2500m)
  • 15 (10 - RWY less than 2500m)
  • 10

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*Max Crosswind SLUSH

  • Depth 2 mm or less 15
  • 3 ~ 12 mm 10

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*Measured Coefficient of Friction and RCR

  • GOOD
  • MEDIUM to GOOD
  • MEDIUM
  • MEDIUM to POOR
  • POOR
  • VERY POOR

  • GOOD = .40+ = 13+
  • MEDIUM to GOOD = .36-.39 = 12
  • MEDIUM = .30-.35 = 10-11
  • MEDIUM TO POOR = .26-.29 = 9
  • POOR = .20-.25 = 7-8
  • VERY POOR = .19- =  6-

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*Braking Action (US vs JCAB vs ICAO)

  • MEDIUM =
  • VERY POOR =

  • MEDIUM = FAIR
  • VERY POOR = NIL
  • If ICAO POOR, confirm COF to determine if JCAB POOR or VERY POOR

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*The braking action will usually be reported by dividing runway ______________ , then _______________________________.

  • Three sections then the worst braking action among three sections should be applied

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*Takeoff and landing not permitted when depth:

  • Water or slush
  • Wet snow
  • Dry snow (takeoff)
  • Dry snow (landing)

  • Water or slush......................13mm
  • Wet snow..............................51mm
  • Dry snow (takeoff)..............71mm
  • Dry snow (landing)...........153mm

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When the braking action is ______ (or _____) (or the braking coefficient is ____ and below), no takeoff or landing is permitted.

  • VERY POOR (or NIL) .19 and below

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*Min inflight weights

  • PAX
  • 300F
  • 300BCF

  • 179,000 lbs
  • 177,300 lbs
  • 180,400 lbs
  • Note: the Min Inflight Weight does not include usable fuel

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*Flight Maneuvering Load Limits

  • Flaps Up
  • Flaps Down
  • Note: with flaps 25 and 30, positive limits vary linearly from _____ at max landing weight to _____ at max takeoff weight.

  • +2.5g to -1.0g
  • +2.0 to 0.0 g
  • Note: +2.0 g+1.5 g

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*Fuel Freezing Points

  • Jet A
  • Jet A-1
  • JP5
  • JP8

  • -40 C Jet A
  • -47 C Jet A-1
  • -46 C JP5
  • -47 C JP8

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Total number of PAX (without infants) shall not exceed _____________ (because of emergency evacuation). And shall not exceed the number for which seating accommodation.

  • 290

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*APU altitude limits

  • For electric
  • For bleed

  • 43,100 ft
  • 17,000 ft

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*Turbulence penetration speed

  • 290/.78
  • 250 < 15,000

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*Wingtip Strike

  • ~15* at 2 ANU

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*IFR Min Safe ALT: MEA, _____ above obstacle with in ____ of course.

  • 2,000 ft
  • 5 NM

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*Touchdown Zone (ANA)

  • 750 ft to 2,000 ft from threshold