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737NGLIMITATIONS

Limitation Memory Items

QuestionAnswer
Maximum Operating Pressure Altitude (500) 37,000 feet
Maximum Operating Pressure Altitude (700,800,900) 41,000 feet
Maximum Unrestricted Takeoff/Landing Tailwind Component 10 knots
Maximum Restricted Takeoff/Landing Tailwind Component (700,800,900) 15 knots (see restrictions)
Recommended Severe Turbulence Penetration Airspeeds (Cruise) TURB N1 setting from cruise page
Recommended Severe Turbulence Penetration Airspeeds (Climb & Descent 700,800,900) 280 knots/.76Mach
Recommended Severe Turbulence Penetration Airspeeds (Climb & Descent 500) 280 knots/.73Mach
Takeoff Crosswind Component - Dry Runway 34 knots
Takeoff Crosswind Component - Wet Runway 25 knots
Landing Crosswind Component - Dry Runway 40 knots
Landing Crosswind Component - Wet Runway 40 knots
Outside air temperature when icing conditions exist on the ground and for takeoff 10 C or below
Total air temperature when icing conditions exist in flight 10 C or below
On takeoff or missed approach, do not engage autopilot below: 1,000 feet AGL
Autoland - max headwind 25 knots
Autoland - max crosswind 15 knots
Autoland - max tailwind flaps 30 & 40 (500,700,800,900ER) 10 knots
Autoland - max tailwind flaps 40 (900) 10 knots
Autoland - max tailwind flaps 30 (900) Field elevation 4000 feet or less, 10 knots. Field elevation 4001 to 6000 feet, 5 knots. Field elevation 6001 feet and above, 0 knots.
Minimum altitude for use of autopilot ILS/GLS coupled approach (no autoland) 50 feet AGL
Minimum altitude for use of autopilot non-precision approaches 50 feet below MDA/DA
Maximum flap extension altitude 20,000 feet
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