Boeing 747-400

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Boeing 747-400
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2012-07-02 15:58:54
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Boeing 747 400
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  1. What is the minimum altitude for Auto Pilot engagement after takeoff?
    250 Feet AGL
  2. What is the minimum altitude for autopilot disengagement during a non-ILS approach?
    50 Feet below DA/MDA
  3. During single channel ILS
    approaches, the autopilot must be
    disengaged before the aircraft
    descends:
    Below100 feet AGL.
  4. Use of aileron trim with the autopilot engaged:
    Is prohibited
  5. Maximum allowable wind speeds during auto-land operations:

    Headwind  ___ kts
    Crosswind ___ kts
    Tailwind     ___ kts
    • Headwind   25 knots
    • Crosswind  25 knots
    • Tailwind     10 knots
  6. Maximum glide slope angle during auto-land:
    3.25º
  7. Minimum glide slope angle During auto land:
    2.5º
  8. An auto land may only be accomplished with Flaps:
    25 or 30
  9. Do not operate HF radios during or near
    Refueling operations
  10. Continuous ignition must be ON when encountering:
    ( SHIVS )

    • Severe turbulence
    •  Heavy rain
    •  Icing
    •  Volcanic ash
    •  Standing water or slush
  11. Engine Limit Display Markings
    • The engine limit display markings on EICAS must be used
    • to determine compliance with the maximum and minimum limits and precautionary ranges. If EICAS markings show more conservative limits than those specified in this section, the limit markings displayed on EICAS must be observed.
  12. Do not extend flaps above:  _____ft.
    20,000 ft.
  13. Use of speed-brakes in-flight with flaps extended past ___ is not recommended
    Flaps 20
  14. FUEL SYSTEM:
    Do not reset ________
    a tripped fuel pump circuit breaker.
  15. Center Wing Tank limitations
    Center Wing Tank (CWT) fuel pumps must be off for taxi, takeoff and climb unless CWT contains at least 17,000 pounds of fuel.
  16. If the FUEL LOW CTR L or R message is displayed:
    Both CWT override/jettison pumps must be selected OFF.
  17. If the FUEL PRESS CTR L or R message is displayed:
    The corresponding CWT override/jettison pump must be selected OFF.
  18. Maximum operating pressure altitude:
    45,100 feet
  19. Maximum takeoff and landingpressure altitude:
    10,000 Feet.
  20. Runway slope limit:
    ± 2%
  21. Maximum tailwind component for takeoff and landing:
    10 knots
  22. Maximum demonstrated crosswind for takeoff and landing:
    30 knots
  23. Turbulent air penetration speed:
    • 290-310 KIAS
    • 0.82-0.85M
  24. Maximum allowable in-flight difference between Captain and First Officer PFD altitude displays for RVSM operations:
    200 Feet
  25. Maximum speed operating in RVSM airspace:
    0.90 MACH
  26. Maximum Taxi Weight
    878.0 (Freighter)   873.0 (BCF)
  27. Maximum Takeoff Weight
    875.0 (Freighter)    870.0 (BCF)
  28. Maximum In-flight Weight, Landing Flaps
    670.0 lbs
  29. Maximum Landing Weight
    652.0 lbs
  30. Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
    610.0 lbs
  31. Minimum Flight Weight
    361.2 (Freighter)   367.5 (BCF)
  32. The smoke barrier door must be
    closed during:
    Taxi, takeoff, flight and landing.
  33. Ground wind limits for all doors:
    • 40 knots while opening or closing
    • 65 knots while open.
  34. Max differential pressure:

    ____ psi
    9.4 psi
  35. Max allowable differential pressure for takeoff and landing:  ____ psi
    0.11 psi
  36. Max EGT Limits (Engines)
    • Starting                   870* C     Max for 40 sec
    •                                750* C      Unlimited
    • Takeoff                  960* C         5 Min.
    • Max Continuous       925* C      Continuous
  37. Max Fuel Temp
    + 54 C
  38. Do not use nacelle anti-ice if OAT or TAT exceeds...
    +10 C
  39. Prior to reducing thrust for descent in visible moisture and TAT less then +10 C, and SAT less then -40 C....
    • Nacelle Anti-Ice must be ON
    • At or below 22,000 feet, Wing Anti-Ice must be on
  40. Flaps G Load limit
    • Up:        +2.5G  to  -1.0G
    • Down:    +2.0G to    0.0G
  41. Landing gear operating speeds:
    Retract or extend:    270 kias/0.82m

    Extended:                320 kias/0.82m
  42. Flap Speeds
    • Flap position:             Vfe (kias)
    •    1                               280
    •    5                               260
    •  10                               240
    •  20                               230
    •  25                               205
    •  30                               180
  43. Normal starter reengagement should 
    be made below ____ % N2
    20% N2
  44. An emergency re-engagement may be made up to ____% N2
    30%  N2
  45. Do not engage starter above _____% N2
    30% N2
  46. Engine starting limitations:
    5 minutes on, 30 seconds off

    5 minutes on, 10 minutes off
  47. Reserve tanks 2 and 3 must be full when actual taxi weight is above....
    785.0
  48. Lateral fuel imbalance must not exceed _____ lbs. for main tanks 1 and 4
    3,000 lbs
  49. Lateral fuel imbalance must not exceed _____ lbs. for main tanks 2 and 3
    6,000 lbs
  50. No more than ____ people may occupy the upper
    deck cabin (Freighter) during: taxi, takeoff and Landing:
    8 people on Freighter
  51. No more than ____ people may occupy the upper deck cabin(BCF) during: taxi, takeoff and Landing:
    12 people, BCF
  52. Weights:
    • Max Taxi:                      878.0(freighter)    873.0(BCF)
    • Max T/O:                      875.0(freighter)    870.0(BCF)
    • Max In-flight
    • weight, Landing Flaps:                      670.0
    • Max Landing:                                   652.0
    • Max Zero Fuel:                                 610.0
    • Min flight weight:            361.2(freighter)   367.5(BCF)
  53. Auto Land Wind Limitations and Glide Slope Angles:
    • Max Headwind:    25 knots
    • Max Crosswind:   25 knots
    • Max Tailwind:      10 knots

    • Max Glide slope angle:  3.25 degrees
    • Min  Glide slope angle:   2.5 degrees
  54. What must you do if upper deck is occupied:
    (Freighter) Upper deck escape slide must be in forward locked position during taxi, takeoff and landing whenever the upper deck cabin is occupied.
  55. CABIN ALTITUDE / RAPID DEPRESSIRIZATION
    • OXYGEN MASKS………………. ON
    • CREW COMMUNICATIONS ..… ESTABLISH
  56. CABIN ALTITUDE or RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION
    (CENTER DUCT LEAK DETECTION SYSTEM INOP)
                                          MEL
    • OXYGEN MASKS ………………………. ON
    • CREW COMMUNICATIONS …………… ESTABLISH
    • ISOLATION VALVE SWITCHES (Both) …OFF
  57. ENG 1, 2, 3, 4 FAIL 
    (MULTIPLE ENGINE FLAMEOUT/STALL)
    • FUEL CONTROL SWITCH
    • (Affected engines) …….CUTOFF, THEN RUN

    • If EGT rapidly approaching EGT takeoff limit:
    • Repeat the above step as necessary
  58. IAS DISAGREE   (AIRSPEED/MACH UNRELIABLE)
    • AUTOMATION ……………………... DISENGAGE
    • [Disengage autopilot and auto-throttles and turn off flight director]
    • Establish normal pitch attitude and thrust setting for phase of flight.
  59. APU Start Cycle Restrictions:
    • Between Starts 1 and 2:
    • TR=  1 minute     BAT=  1 minute

    • Between Starts 2 and 3:
    • TR=  10 minutes  BAT=   5 minutes
  60. Maximum allowable Altitude Display Differences ON GROUND between CAPT & FO and Field Elevation:
    • .                              Capt / FO     Field Elevation
    • SL  -    5,000 Feet:    35 feet            75 feet
    • Up to 10,000 Feet:    40 feeet           75 feet

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