A320/319 Lims & Mem Rev. 17

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  1. WIND LIMITATIONS:

    1) Max. X-Wind T/O & Ldg (gust included)?

    2) Max. tailwind T/O & Landing?
    1) 38kts x-wind (gust included)

    2) 10kts max. tailwind T/O & Landing?
  2. WIND LIMITATIONS:

    Maximum wind for passenger door operations?
    1) 65kts max. wind for passenger door operations.
  3. WIND LIMITATIONS:

    1) Maximum wind to Open Cargo Door?

    2) Maximum Wind to Close Cargo Door?
    1) 40kts (50kts if aircraft is positioned into the  wind or the cargo door is on the leeward side of the aircraft) to Open Cargo Door.

    2) 65kts max. to Close Cargo Door.
  4. LDG GEAR/TIRE/BRAKE LIMITATIONS:

    VLE
    280kts/M.67
  5. LDG GEAR/TIRE/BRAKE LIMITATIONS:

    VLO Extension

    VLO Retraction
    VLO 250kts Extension

    VLO 220kts Retraction
  6. LDG GEAR/TIRE/BRAKE LIMITATIONS:

    Max altitude at which the landing gear may be extended? (No longer a required limits knowledge.)
    25,000 ft.
  7. LDG GEAR/TIRE/BRAKE LIMITATIONS:

    Maximum tire ground speed?
    195kts
  8. LDG GEAR/TIRE/BRAKE LIMITATIONS:

    Maximum Brake Temp for T/O?
    300ºC  (If brake fans are in use: 150C)
  9. LDG GEAR/TIRE/BRAKE LIMITATIONS: (No longer a req'd. limit item.)

    Max. N1 with the parking brake SET?
    75% N1 on both engines.
  10. GENERAL LIMITATIONS:

    Maximum speed with windshield wipers in use?
    230kts
  11. Maximum speed with the flight deck window open?
    200kts
  12. GENERAL LIMITATIONS:

    When both PFDs are lost are we allowed to use ISIS function?
    Do not use the ISIS bug function - it inhibits (peanut) attitude indicator.
  13. AIR CONDITIONING LIMITATIONS:

    1) Is it allowable to utilize LP ground conditioned air WITH Packs operating?

    2) Is it allowable to use an HP ground pneumatic air unit while the APU bleed air is ON?
    1) No - Do not use LP ground conditioned air while the packs are operating to avoid valve chatter.

    2) No - Do not use HP ground pneumatic air while APU bleed air is on (avoids damaging bleed air system).
  14. AUTOPILOT/AUTOTHRUST LIMITATIONS:

    Min. height for AP engagement on T/O with SRS mode*?
    100' agl

    *(Internal FMGS logic prevents sys from engaging the first 5 seconds after liftoff.)
  15. AUTOPILOT/AUTOTHRUST LIMITATIONS:

    1) Min. height for AP use on Straight In Non-Precision Approach**?

    2) Min. height for AP use during Circling appr.?
    1) Applicable MDA (DA)

    **All aircraft have the NO AP DISCONNECT function for non-precision approaches installed.  Currently, N200VA series, N300VA series, N639-N642VA, N837VA and N839VA-N855VA aircraft have the amber DISCONNECT AP FOR LDG PFD message on the installed.

    2) Applicable MDA (DA) minus 100'
  16. AP/A-THR LIMITATIONS:

    Minimum height for AP use on ILS appr. when CAT2 or CAT3 is NOT displayed on the FMA?
    160 ft. AGL
  17. AP/A-THR LIMITATIONS:

    Minimum height for AP engagement on a Go Around?
    100 ft. AGL
  18. AP/A-THR LIMITATIONS:

    Minimum height for AP use during all phases of flight except during: T/O, Straight-In Non-Precision Appr., Circling Appr., ILS appr. with only CAT1 displayed or during Go Around?
    500 ft. AGL
  19. AP/A-THR LIMITATIONS:

    If one engine inoperative is FD use authorized?In this instance can we use AP to perform Non-Precision Approaches in modes: Final App, Nav V/S, Nav FPA?
    1) Yes - FD use with S.E. operations IS authorized. BUT AP is not in the FINAL APP, NAV V/S, NAV FPA modes.

    2) OEI FD use is permitted but no AP use in modes Final App, Nav V/S or Nav FPA.
  20. AP/A-THR LIMITATIONS:

    Applicable to only A319 (N521VA-530VA)

    If one-engine inop. during 
    appr. can we use AP in the FINAL APP, NAV V/S or NAV FPA modes?
    No Single-Engine appr. AP use during the following modes (only applicable to 319 N521VA-N530VA a/c): 

    • FINAL APPR
    • NAV V/S
    • NAV FPA

    FD use is authorized.




  21. AP/A-THR LIMITATIONS:

    Is Autothrust use approved with or without AP/FD in selected or managed mode?
    Yes - AT use in selected or managed modes is approved with or without AP/FD.
  22. FLIGHT CONTROL LIMITATION:

    Max operating altitude with slats and/or flaps extended?
    20,000 ft.
  23. FUEL MANAGEMENT LIMITATIONS - ALL AIRCRAFT:

    Max. Fuel Imbalance for takeoff:
    Outer tank #? 
    Inner tank #?

    Max Fuel Imbalance inflight and landing:
    Outer tank #?
    Inner tank #?
    • Max. Fuel Imbalance for takeoff:
    • Outer tank 800 lbs.  
    • Inner tank 1,100 lbs.

    • Max Fuel Imbalance inflight and landing:
    • Outer tank 1,500 lbs. 
    • Inner tank 3,300 lbs.
  24. FUEL MANAGEMENT LIMITATIONS:

    Is center tank fuel use allowed for/during takeoff?
    Do not Takeoff using center tank fuel - center tanks must be emptied first, then wing tanks.
  25. APU LIMS - IN FLIGHT WITH AIR BLEED & GEN. LOAD:

    1) Max. Altitude for (APU bleed air) Dual Pack Operations?

    2) Maximum Altitude for Single Pack Operations?
    1) 15,000' max. APU bleed dual pack ops.

    2)  22,500' max APU bleed air single pack ops.
  26. APU LIMS - IN FLIGHT WITH AIR BLEED & GEN LOAD:

    Maximum altitude for engine start assist with APU bleed air?
    20,000' max. for apu bleed assisted engine start.
  27. APU LIMS - IN FLIGHT WITH AIR BLEED & GEN LOAD:

    APU bleed air use for wing anti-icing?
    Do not use APU bleed air for wing anti-icing.
  28. APU LIMS - IN FLIGHT WITH AIR BLEED & GEN LOAD:

    After 3 APU start duty cycles, how long do we have to wait before attempting additional APU starts? 
    After 3 APU starter motor cycles, wait 60 minutes before attempting another start.
  29. APU LIMS - IN FLIGHT WITH AIR BLEED & GEN LOAD:

    APU Battery-Restart Limit 
    (EMER ELEC CONFIG)
    When below FL250, APU START (if available).
  30. Engine Lims:

    Minimum engine oil quantity for departure?
    9.5 Quarts + 0.5 Quarts per Hour of Flight
  31. Engine Lims:

    Minimum engine oil temp for starting?
    -40ºC min. for engine starting
  32. Engine Lims:

    Minimum engine oil temperature for takeoff?
    -10ºC for takeoff
  33. Engine Lims:

    Maximum number of consecutive engine start cycles?
    4 consecutive engine start cycles maximum
  34. Engine Lims:

    Minimum cooling period after 4 engine start cycles?
    15 minutes cooling period required after 4 engine start cycles.
  35. Engine Lims: 

    1) Max. duration engine start cycle?

    2) Min. pause between engine start attempts?

    3) Max. N2 rotation for engine starter re-enagement?
    1) 2 minutes duration max for engine start cycle.

    2) Pause 20 seconds between engine start attempts.

    3) 20% N2 maximum for starter re-engagement.
  36. Engine Lims:

    1) Minimum speed for reverse thrust use?

    2) Minimum speed for reverse thrust inflight?

    3) Are we allowed to reverse thrust push-backs?
    1) 70 knots

    2) No inflight reverse.

    3) Do not push-back the aircraft utilizing reverse thrust.
  37. Required Memory Items QRH 80.05A

    EMERGENCY DESCENT

    - immediate action items -
    EMERGENCY DESCENT

    • Crew O2 Masks: ON
    • CREW COMMUNICATIONS: ESTABLISH
    • SIGNS: ON
    • ALT: SET & PULL (descend to 10k' or MEA)
    • HDG: SET & PULL (if ETOPS turn 45 degrees rt. or lt. to establish lateral track offset of 15nm from assigned track, turn towards anticipated alt if on a random route, or if on a track that is bracketed on both sides. If on an outside tract turn away from existing tracks.)
    • SPD/MACH: ADJUST
    • Thrust Levers (if A/T off): IDLE
    • Spd Brk: FULL (Respecting VLS)
  38. Required Memory Items  QRH 32.01A

    LOSS OF BRAKING:
    • If Autobrake Selected 
    • Brake Pedals: PRESS
    • If No Braking Available 
    • REV: MAX
    • Brake Pedals: RELEASE
    • A/Skid & N/W STRG: OFF
    • Brake Pedals: PRESS (max brake pres. 1k psi)

    • If Still No Braking 
    • Parking Brake: SHORT SUCCESSIVE APPS
  39. Required Memory Items QRH 34.01A

    (if the safe conduct of the flight is impacted) 

    UNRELIABLE SPEED INDICATION (Immediate Actions):

    Below THRUST RED ALT:

    Above THRUST RED ALT & below 10,000':

    Above THRUST RED ALT & above 10,000':

    • AP/FD:  OFF
    • A/THR:  OFF
    • PITCH/THRUST
    • Below THRUST RED ALT:  15˚ANU/TOGA

    Above THRUST RED ALT & below 10,000':  10˚ANU/CLB

    • Above THRUST RED ALT & Above 10,000':  5˚ANU/CLB
    • FLAPS (if CONF 0,1,2 or 3:  MAINTAIN CURRENT CONFIG
    • FLAPS (if CONF FULL) Select CONF 3 & MAINTAIN 
    • SPEEDBRAKES:  CHECK RETRACTED
    • Landing Gear:  UP
    • When at/above MSA or Circuit Altitude:  Level off for Trouble shooting
  40. ABN/EMER PROC - QRH 80.60A

    UNABLE to MAINTAIN ALTITUDE - ENGINE FAILURE DRIFTDOWN
    • THR LEVERS - MCT
    • A/THR - OFF
    • SPD/MACH - SET M.78 & PULL
    • HDG - if ETOPS turn 45 degrees L or R from present track to est. 15 nm offset. If not ETOPS: Turn to avoid traffic.
    • ALT - SET & PULL FL200
  41. ABN/EMER PROC
    QRH (80.12A)


    WINDSHEAR


    AT TAKEOFF
    IF BEFORE V1: 
    IF AFTER V1  

    IF AIRBORNE, INITIAL CLIMB OR LANDING:
     


    WINDSHEAR

    • At TAKEOFF
    • IF BEFORE V1:  REJECT
    • IF AFTER V1 THRUST LEVERS: TOGA
    • REACHING VR: ROTATE
    • SRS ORDERS: FOLLOW

    • AIRBORNE, INITIAL CLIMB OR LANDING:
    • THR LEVERS AT TOGA: SET OR CONFIRM
    • AP (if engaged): KEEP ON
    • SRS ORDERS: FOLLOW
    • Maintain CONFIGURATION until out of shear. 
    • Closely monitor flight path and speed.
    • Recover smoothly to normal climb out of shear.
  42. MISC ABN/EMER PRO QRH 80.13A

    WINDSHEAR AHEAD (RED)
    During the takeoff Run:
    (Predictive w/s alerts are inhibited above 100kts until above 50')

    WHEN AIRBORNE -

    LANDING -

    • WINDSHEAR AHEAD (RED):
    • DURING the TAKEOFF Run -
    • REJECT
    • WHEN AIRBORNE -
    • THR LEVERS: TOGA
    • AP (if engaged): KEEP ON
    • SRS ORDERS: FOLLOW
    • LANDING -
    • GO AROUND: PERFORM
    • AP (if engaged): KEEP ON
  43. MISC ABN/EMER PRO QRH 34.07A

    TCAS WARNINGS:


    • TCAS:
    • AP (if engaged): OFF
    • Both FDs: OFF
    • V/S: ADJ PITCH, MAINTAIN GREEN, AVOID RED
    • ATC: NOTIFY
  44. MISC ABN/EMER QRH 34.05A

    EGPWS ALERTS:


    • Simultaneously:
    • AP: OFF
    • PITCH: PULL UP (pull & maintain full backstick)
    • THR LEVERS: TOGA
    • SPEED BRAKES LEVER: CHECK RETRACTED
    • BANK: WINGS LEVEL or ADJUST
  45. Misc ABN/EMER PRO QRH 80.09A
    STALL
    RECOVERY:  
    Any Stall Indication, Immediately:


    When out of stall (no longer stall indications):


    If Clean Configuration & Below 20,000':

    • STALL RECOVERY
    • Any Stall Indication, Immediately:
    • NOSE DOWN PITCH CONTROL:  APPLY
    • (if lack of pitch authority thrust reduction may be necessary)
    • BANK:  WINGS LEVEL
    • When out of stall (no longer stall indications):
    • THRUST:  INCREASE SMOOTHLY AS NEEDED
    • SPEED BRAKES:  CHK RETRACTED
    • FLIGHT PATH:  RECOVER SMOOTHLY

    • If in clean configuration & below FL200:
    • FLAP1:  SELECT
  46. Misc. ABN/EMER PRO  QRH 80.09A

    STALL WARNING AT LIFTOFF:


     


    STALL RECOVERY AT LIFTOFF:

    • THRUST:  TOGA
    • At the same time: PITCH ATTITUDE:  15˚ANU & BANK:  WINGS LEVEL
  47. Misc. ABN/EMER PRO  QRH 80.09A

    STALL WARNING AT LIFTOFF:


     


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