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Boeing 737-800

Boeing 737-800 Limitations Quiz

Runway Slope +/- 2%
Maximum Takeoff and Landing Tailwind Component (-400) 10 knots
Maximum Operating Altitude (-800) 41,000 Feet
Maximum Operating Altitude (-400) 37,000 Feet
Maximum Takeoff and Landing Altitude (pressure altitude) 8,400 ft
Turbulent Penetration speeds 280 knots/.76M, whichever is lower (-800) 280 knots/.73M whichever is lower (-400)
Maximum flight operating latitude (-800) 82 degrees north and 82 degrees south except for the region between 80 west and 130 west the maximum flight operating latitude is 70 north and the region between 120 east and 160 east longitude , the maximum flight operating latitude is 60 south
Runway Slope +/- 2%
Installation of ________________ on the overwing exits must be verified prior to departure whenever passengers are carried handle covers
Maximum flight operating latitude (-400) 73 degrees North and 60 degrees South
Verify that an operational check of the ________ _________ ________ _________ _________ has been accomplished according to the approved procedures in the supplementary section once each day. Flight deck door access system
On revenue flights, the ________ _________ _________ _________ ______ _____ must be installed during taxi, takeoff, and landing escape slide retention bar (girt bar)
Maximum demonstrated takeoff and landing crosswind (-800) 33 knots
Maximum demonstrated takeoff and landing crosswind (-400) 35 knots
Standby altimeters _________ meet altimeter accuracy requirements of RVSM airspace DO NOT
Maximum allowable in-flight difference between Captain and First Officer altitude displays for RVSM operations. 200 feet
Maximum allowable on the ground altitude display differences (-800) Max difference between Cpt and F.O. SL to 5000ft: 50 FT 5001-10000ft: 60 FT Max difference between Cpt or F.O. & Field Elevation 75FT
Maximum allowable on the ground altitude display difference (-400) Max Difference between Cpt. and F.O. SL to 5000ft: 40ft @SL 45ft @5000' 5001-10000ft: 50 FT Max Difference Between Cpt or F.O. & Field Elevation 75FT
Max differential pressure (relief valves) (-800) 9.1 psi
Max differential pressure (relief valves) (-400) 8.65 psi
Engine Ignition must be on for: Takeoff, Landing, Operation in Heavy rain, anti-ice operation, turbulence
Both PMCs/EECs _______ be in the same mode for takeoff MUST
Thrust setting for engine out above max continuous can be maintained for _________ 10 Minutes (-800) 5 minutes (-400)
Under FAA Rules Maximum allowable wind speeds when landing weather minima are predicated on autoland operations: Headwind 25 knots - Crosswind 20 knots (15 for CAT II or CAT III conditions) - Tailwind 15 knots
Maximum and Minimum glideslope angles for autoland 3.25 degrees and 2.5 degrees respectively
Autoland capability may only be used with flaps ____ or _____ and _____ engines running 30, 40, both
Maximum engine EGT for start on -400 aircraft 725 degrees C
Caution Limit Color Amber
Maximum and minimum limits color Red
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