Allegiant MD80 Limitations

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denver98
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Allegiant MD80 Limitations
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2012-06-02 17:49:44
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MD 80 Allegiant Limitations
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Allegiant Air's MD-80 Limitations (Underlined items only)
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  1. Maximum Operating Altitude
    37,000 ft
  2. Maximum Takeoff & Landing Wind Components

    a . Headwind (Company):
    b . Tailwind:
    • a . Headwind (Company): . . . . 50 Knots
    • b . Tailwind: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Knots
  3. Maximum Demonstrated Crosswind Component:

    Dry Runway
    Dry Runway . . . . . . . . 30 Knots
  4. Maximum Demonstrated Crosswind Component:

    Wet Runway (Company)
    Wet Runway (Company) . . . . . 30 Knots
  5. Maximum Demonstrated Crosswind Component:

    Rudder Manual (Company)
    Rudder Manual (Company) . . . . 12 Knots
  6. Maximum Demonstrated Crosswind Component:

    Rudder Restricted Landing (Company)
    Rudder Restricted Landing (Company) . . . . 12 Knots
  7. Maximum Demonstrated Crosswind Component:

    Braking Reported Poor (Company)
    Braking Reported Poor (Company) . . . .10 Knots
  8. Maximum Demonstrated Crosswind Component:

    Note:
    • NOTE: Crosswind Limitations are based on steady state winds and do not include gusts.
    • Demonstrated crosswind landing capability is with a steady wind with right hydraulic system inoperative.
    • Caution is advised when significant gusts are reported, especially on wet runways where tire coefficient of friction is reduced.
  9. Speed Limitations

    a . (-82, -83)
    b . (-87)
    • a . (-82, -83) . . . . . . . . . 340 KIAS, .84 MACH
    • b . (-87) . . . . . . . . . . . . 340 KIAS, .82 MACH
  10. AC Power Distribution

    Voltage:
    Voltage: . . . . . . . . . . . 115 +/- 8 VAC
  11. AC Power Distribution

    Frequency:
    Frequency: . . . . . . . . 400 +/- 20 CPS
  12. AC Power Distribution

    Engine Generator Load:
    a . Peak
    b . Maximum
    c . Maximum Continuous
    • Engine Generator Load:
    • a . Peak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Over 1.5 for 5 seconds
    • b . Maximum . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.5 for 5 minutes
    • c . Maximum Continuous . . . . 1.0
  13. AC Power Distribution

    APU Generator Load:
    a . Max Continuous - Ground
    b . Max Continuous - Flight - below 25,000 Feet MSL
    c . Max Continuous - Flight - 25,000 Feet MSL & above
    • APU Generator Load:
    • a . Max Continuous - Ground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25
    • b . Max Continuous - Flight - below 25,000 Feet MSL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0
    • c . Max Continuous - Flight - 25,000 Feet MSL & above . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
  14. DC Power Distribution

    Voltage (L & R) DC Buses:
    Voltage (L & R) DC Buses: . . . . . . 26 +/- 4 VDC
  15. DC Power Distribution

    TR Load:
    a . Max Continuous
    b . Max difference between two load meters powering the same bus(es)
    • TR Load:
    • a . Max Continuous. . . . 1.0
    • b . Max difference between two load meters powering the same bus(es) . . . . 3
    • Some indications on all load meters.
  16. Battery Voltage:

    Min (No Load)
    Min (No Load) . . . . . .25 VDC
  17. Battery Voltage:

    Min (Emergency Power Switch ON)
    Min (Emergency Power Switch ON) . . . . 25 VDC
  18. Battery Voltage:

    With Charger powered and Battery switch ON
    With Charger powered and Battery switch ON . . . . . 31 +/- 6 VDC
  19. Battery Amperage:

    Max charging - steady mode (to the left)
    Max charging - steady mode (to the left) . . . . . 65 AMPS
  20. Battery Amperage:

    Charging - pulse mode
    Charging - pulse mode . . . . 0 - 40 AMPS
  21. Battery Amperage:

    Max discharging (to the right) with Emergency Power Switch ON
    Max discharging (to the right) with Emergency Power Switch ON . . . . . . 50 AMPS
  22. Battery Charger

    DO NOT reset a tripped_________________
    DO NOT reset a tripped battery charger circuit breaker.
  23. External Power Source
    1 . Voltage:
    2 . Frequency:
    • External Power Source
    • 1 . Voltage: . . . . . . . . 115 +/- 8 VAC
    • 2 . Frequency: . . . . . . 400 +/- 20 CPS
  24. DO NOT reset the following Circuit Breakers:
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    • 1. Battery Charger
    • 2. Fuel Pump
    • 3. Fuel Quantity
    • 4. Auxiliary Hydraulic Pump
    • 5. Lavatory Flush Motor (Company)
  25. Fuel Requirements (Company)

    Minimum Fuel for Dispatch:
    Minimum Fuel for Dispatch: . . . . . 4,000 lbs in each main tank
  26. Fuel Requirements (Company)

    Minimum Fuel for Go-Around:
    Minimum Fuel for Go-Around: . . . . 500 lbs in each main tank
  27. Fuel Requirements (Company)

    Maximum Permissible Wing Imbalance:
    Maximum Permissible Wing Imbalance: . . . . 1,500 lbs
  28. Fuel Requirements (Company)

    Maximum Permissible Auxiliary Tank Imbalance (this limit does not apply to ballast fuel
    loads):
    Maximum Permissible Auxiliary Tank Imbalance: . . . . . 400 lbs
  29. Fuel Loading (Company)

    Wing Tanks (Combined):
    Wing Tanks (Combined): . . . . . 18,200 lbs
  30. Fuel Loading (Company)

    Center Tank
    Center Tank . . . . . . . . 20,600 lbs
  31. Fuel Loading (Company)

    Forward & Aft Aux Tanks (-82, -83):
    Forward & Aft Aux Tanks (-82, -83): . . . . . 3,800 lbs each
  32. Fuel CB's

    DO NOT_________
    DO NOT reset tripped fuel Qty/Pump Circuit Breakers.
  33. HYDRAULICS

    DO NOT________
    DO NOT Reset Auxiliary Hydraulic Pump Circuit Breakers
  34. Engine Anti-Ice

    Engine anti-ice system must be______________
    • Engine anti-ice system must be ON for taxi and takeoff if visible moisture is present or
    • anticipated and the ambient air temperature is 6°C (42°F) or below. Visible moisture includes
    • a temperature/dewpoint spread of 3°C (5°F) or less.
  35. Airfoil Ice Protection

    1. Airfoil ice protection system may be placed ON at

    2. DO NOT use airfoil ice protection above
    • 1. Airfoil ice protection system may be placed ON at Engine Failure Cleanup Altitude, when airframe icing conditions are anticipated or encountered following departure.
    • 2. DO NOT use airfoil ice protection above 10°C (50°F).
  36. Inflight


    Engine and Airfoil Ice Protection must be________
    • Engine and Airfoil Ice Protection must be used during flight when RAT is reading
    • between +6°C and -15°C and icing conditions are present or anticipated.
  37. Landing Gear Operating Speeds

    Extension / Extended:
    Extension / Extended: . . . . . 300 KIAS or .70 Mach
  38. Landing Gear Operating Speeds

    Retraction:
    Retraction: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250 KIAS
  39. Minimum Oxygen Pressure (Company)
    Minimum Flight Crew Oxygen Pressure . . . . . 1,300 PSI.
  40. Start Limits

    Maximum Residual EGT before moving fuel lever
    Maximum Residual EGT before moving fuel lever . .100° C
  41. Starting Ground EGT
    Starting Ground EGT. . . . . . . . 500°C
  42. Starting Inflight EGT
    Starting Inflight EGT . . . . . . . . 625°C (red radial)
  43. Engine Ignition

    Toggle Switch (Override position):
    Toggle Switch(Override position): 2 minutes ON, 3 minutes OFF, 2 minutes ON, 23 minutes OFF
  44. Engine Ignition

    Rotary Switch
    (A/B/Both/Override):
    • Rotary Switch
    • (A/B/Both/Override): . . . .10 minutes ON, 10 minutes OFF, repeat as necessary
  45. Reverse Thrust

    Dry Runway
    Wet Runway
    Reverse Thrust

    • Dry Runway. . . . . . 1.6 EPR
    • Wet Runway . . . . . 1.3 EPR
  46. Reverse Thrust

    During powerback
    During power back, DO NOT apply more than 1.3 EPR during reverse taxi operations

    Thrust values in excess of 1.2 EPR should be limited to a momentary power application as necessary to initiate power back operations.

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