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737-800 NGX

737-800 NGX Limitations

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Maximum Takeoff and Landing Tailwind Component 15 knots
Runway slope +/– 2%
Maximum Operating Altitude 41,000 ft
Maximum speeds Observe gear and flap placards
Maximum Takeoff and Landing Altitude 8,400 ft
Maximum Taxi Weight 156,000 lbs
Maximum Takeoff Weight 155,500 lbs
Maximum Landing Weight 144,000 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight 136,000 lbs
Maximum cabin differential pressure 9.1 psi
Maximum allowable wind speeds when landing weather minima are predicated on Autoland operations: •Headwind 25 knots•Crosswind 20 knots•Tailwind 15 knots.
Engine ignition must be on for: •takeoff•landing•operation in heavy rain•anti-ice operation.
Inflight - APU bleed + electrical load: max alt: 10,000 ft
APU bleed valve must be closed when: •ground air connected and isolation valve open•engine no. 1 bleed valve open•isolation and engine no. 2 bleed valves open.
Max flap extension altitude 20,000 ft
Do not operate the airplane at speeds in excess of ___ KIAS with speedbrakes extended. 300 kts
ADIRU alignment must not be attempted at latitudes greater than __ degrees ___ minutes. 78 degrees 15 minutes.
Maximum tank fuel temperature: 49°C
Minimum inflight tank fuel temperature: 3°C above the freezing point of the fuel being used or -43°C, whichever is higher.
Lateral imbalance between main tanks 1 and 2 must be scheduled to be zero. Random fuel imbalance must not exceed ____ lbs for taxi, takeoff, flight or landing. 1000 lbs for taxi, takeoff, flight or landing.
Main tanks 1 and 2 must be full if center tank contains more than ____ lbs 1000 lbs
Wingspan 117' 5''
Wheelbase 18' 8"
Height 41' 2"
Length 129' 6"
Maximum Flight Operating Latitude 82 degrees North to 82 degrees South
Vmo/Mmo Vmo=340 kias Mmo=.82M
What is the speed range for Va? Va= 260 kias at sea level and 306 kias at 31,000 feet
Flap Placard Speed (Vfe) 1, 2, 5 - 250 kias 10 - 210 kias 15 - 200 kias 25 - 190 kias 30 - 175 kias 40 -162 kias Alternate Flap System - 230 kias
Landing Gear Placard Speed: (Vlo and Vle) Retract...235 kias Extend...270 kias/.82M Extended...320 kias/.82M Note: Verify Ldg Gear Limit (IAS) on the placard under Ldg Gear Lever during normal operations
Minimum Flight Crew requirement A Captain and a First Officer
Max Allowable Cabin Pressure Differential for T/O and Landing .125 psi (236 feet below airport pressure altitude)
With Engine Bleeds on, do NOT operate packs in High for ____, _____or _____. (except for Cargo Fire and Smoke or Fumes Removal Checklists. Switches need to be in High to open the Overboard Exhaust Valve) Takeoff, Approach or Landing
Icing conditions exist when_________. the OAT on the gnd or TAT inflt is 10C or less, and visible moisture in any form is present. Also when on the gnd with temp 10C or less where surface snow, ice, flooded or slush may be ingested by the engines or freeze on the engines or nacelles
Engine Anti-ice must be on ________. during all gnd and flt ops when icing conditions exist or are anticipated, except during climb and cruise when the temp is below -40C SAT (Prog pg 2) Eng A/I must be on prior to and during descent in all icing conditions regardless of temp
Don't operate wing anti-ice when the OAT is _____________. above 10C
Do not engage the autopilot after takeoff below _______. 400 ft. AGL
For single channel operation during approach, the autopilot shall not remain engaged below _____. 50 ft. AGL
True or False.... Use of the aileron trim with the autopilot engaged is prohibited. True
Max allowable wind speeds when landing weather minima are predicated on autoland operations: Headwind.........____ Tailwind.......____ Crosswind......____ Headwind........25 knots Tailwind...........15 knots Crosswind........20 knots
Maximum and Minimum Glideslope Angles for Auto Landing Max-3.25 deg Min-2.5 deg
What flap settings may be used for Auto Landing? Flaps 30 or 40 (and both engines must be operating)
Holding in icing conditions with flaps extended is ________. Prohibited
Don't use which radio for ATC voice comm with ACARS operational? VHF-3
What must be done in order to use Digital ATIS and/or W&B from the ACARS? You must VERIFY that the numeric values match the alpha values.
Installation of handle covers on the overwing exits must be verified when? Prior to departure whenever passengers are carried.
The flight deck door access system must be verified operational how often? Once each flight day
Photoluminescent Floor Emergency Lighting must be ___________ in accordance with approved procedure. Charged
On the ground, limit one engine-driven generator to a maximum of ____KVa 75
Engine Limit Display Markings Maximum and minimum engine limits are a _____. Cautionary range is marked by_______. Normal operating range is marked by _________. Max/Min---------red line Cautionary-------amber arc Normal range----white arc
Engine RPM Max limits are: N1(low press compressor) N2 (high press compressor) N1 104.7% (20 seconds) 104.0% (continuous) N2 105.0% (continuous)
Engine EGT limits for Takeoff, Max Continuous and Starting Takeoff...................950C 5 min limit Max Continuous......925C Starting...................725C
Which of the following does the EEC monitor? N1 N2 EGT N1 and N2 all the time EGT only during engine start
When EEC's are used in ALTN mode: derate thrust for T/O is ______ ____ EEC's must be in alternate _____ the FMC T/O N1 or Vspeed value use of autothrottle for T/O is _____ derate thrust for T/O is not allowed both EEC's must be in alternate do not use the FMC T/O N1 or Vspeed value use of autothrottle for T/O is prohibited
Min Oil Pressure-_____ Max Oil Temperature-_____ Max for continuous ops-___ Operational limit between 140C & 155C -______ -Min Press- 13psi -Max Temp- 155C -Continuous- 140C -Limit between 140/155C- 45 minutes -If oil press is in the amber band with T/O thrust set, do not takeoff.
When must Engine Ignition be on and when is that taken care of automatically? Must be on for T/O, Landing, in Heavy Rain and during Anti-ice operation. It's automatic for T/O, Landing and during Anti-ice ops.
When can you use Reverse Thrust? Ground operations only
APU (Max altitudes) Bleed & Electrical Bleed only Electrical only Bleed & Electrical......10,000 feet Bleed only.....................17,000 feet Electrical only..............41,000 feet
APU Bleed Valve must be closed when? Ground air connected and isolation valve open Eng. No. 1 Bleed Air Valve open Isolation and Eng. No. 2 Bleed Air Valves open Except: APU Bleed may be open during Eng. start, but avoid thrust above idle.
Max flap extension altitude 20,000 feet
Do not deploy speed brakes inflight below _________. 1000 feet AGL
Inflight, do not extend the speed brake lever beyond _________. the Flight Detent
Standby Altimeter ___________ altimeter accuracy requirements of RVSM airspace. does not meet
Max allowable on-the-ground altitude display differences: Between Capt & FO ...... 50 feet Between each altimeter and field elevation...... 75 feet
Max allowable inflight difference between Capt & FO altitude displays for RVSM ops is: 200 feet
Air Data Inertial Reference Unit ADIRU alignment must not be attempted at latitudes greater than ________. 78 deg 15 min
Do not operate the Weather Radar where? in a hangar or within 50 feet of any personnel or fuel spill
The use of look-ahead terrain alerting and display functions are prohibited where? Within 15 nm of takeoff, approach or landing at an airport not in the GPWS database.
Fuel System: Max allowable fuel weights No. 1 or No. 2 tanks...........______ Center tank...........______ No. 1 or No. 2 tanks.......... 9,144 lbs each Center tank............. 30,522 lbs
Load main tanks _______ to the desired quantity or until full. equally
If the center tank is going to have more than 1000 lbs, the main wing tanks _________. must be scheduled to be full
Maximum Tank Fuel Temperature 49C
Minimum Inflight Tank Fuel Temperature is ____________. 3C above the freezing point of the fuel being used or -43, whichever is higher.
Fuel imbalance must not exceed ______ for taxi, T/O, flight or landing. 1000 lbs.
Describe the Fuel Usage requirements. With no fuel in the center tank, use main tank to engine (main tank pumps-on, center tank pumps-off, crossfeed-closed)
Describe the Fuel Usage requirements. # 2 With fuel in the center tank, use center tank fuel (all pumps-on, crossfeed-closed) until center tank fuel depleted (1000 lbs may be retained in center if balance has been considered)
The Fuel Crossfeed Valve is opened for? Minimum fuel operation to correct a fuel imbalance
Intentional dry running of a center tank fuel pump (low pressure light illuminated) is _________. prohibited
Name three situations where the Center Tank Fuel Pumps should be turned off on the ground. No personnel are available on the flight deck to monitor the low pressure lights Center tank quantity not greater than 1000 lbs. (unless defueling or transferring) when the low pressure lights illuminate (both off if quantity zero)
If operating with secondary airframe or engine parts missing, the airplane must be operated in accordance with ________. the MEL/CDL manual
Max Crosswind: Dry..................................................___ Wet (Grooved).............................___ Wet (Ungrooved)........................___ Flooded.........................................___ Dry..................................................29 knots Wet (Grooved).............................25 knots Wet (Ungrooved)........................20 knots Flooded.........................................10 knots
Max Crosswind Slush 2mm or less..............................____ 3-12 mm....................................____ 2mm or less..............................15 knots 3-12 mm....................................10 knots
True or False... Porous friction course runways should be treated as grooved runways. True
If something other than a JCAB Braking Action is reported (friction coefficient, US Military, FAA or ICAO), how do we convert to JCAB? Use the chart on page 1-4-(2)
True or False... Operations when Braking Action is reported as Very Poor require a Max Crosswind of less than 10 knots. False. Operations with BA of Very Poor are prohibited.
If Braking Action divides the runway into three sections, which one is applied for T/O and Landing? the worst of the three whether it's T/O or Landing
Created by: Myarelki415