P-8 NATOPS

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P-8 NATOPS
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2013-02-04 22:29:07
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NATOPS P8A P8 8A Poseidon MadFox
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NATOPS trivia for P-8A. Including IC2
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  1. Runway Slope Limits      (4-1)
    +/- 2%
  2. Maximum Speeds
    Observe VMO, MMO, gear, and flap plackards       (4-1)
  3. Maximum Operating Altitude
    41,000 feet      (4-1)
  4. Maximum takeoff and landing altitude
    8,400 feet      (4-1)
  5. Maximum demonstrated takeoff and landing crosswind (dry runway)
    25 knots      (4-1)
  6. Maximum demonstrated takeoff and landing crosswind (wet runway)
    20 knots       (4-1)
  7. Maximum takeoff headwind component
    40 knots    (4-1)
  8. Maximum takeoff and landing tailwind component
    15 knots     (4-1)
  9. List 11 Prohibited Operations
    1. Intentional spins, stalls, aerobatics, steep dives, or maneuvers resulting in abrupt accelerations

    2. Use of auto land

    3. Load factor greater than 2.0g's with asymmetric thrust

    4. Operations with external pylons and/or stores

    5. Holding and on-station mission operations in icing conditions with flaps extended

    6. Use of Mission Limit Mode

    7. Uninterrupted rudder deflections across the neutral position (commonly referred to as rudder reversals)

    8. Rapid rudder check or rapid release to neutral after abrupt rudder input

    9. Alternating control inputs especially in combination with large changes in pitch, roll, or yaw may result in structural failure at any speed

    10. Flight beyond stick shaker or initial buffet (which ever occurs first). Excludes FCF.

    11. The use of Vr increase as described in Windshear Precautions (17.2.3.1) is not authorized. (4-1)
  10. Flight Deck Jump Seat limitations
    - Shall not be occupied and will be stowed for intentional wheels up landings or water ditching

    - Shall not be occupied for an aircraft system emergency landing unless authorized by the Aircraft Commander

    - When occupied an authorized ditching station, in the forward cabin, shall be reserved for the occupant.
  11. Warning Associated with Flight Deck Jump Seat
    The Jump Seat, in the un-stowed position, can adversely affect escape times in the event of an emergency
  12. RVSM Operation Limitations
    Operation in RVSM airspace not authorized unless EO/IR turret is fully retracted

    Maximum inflight altimeter difference for pilot/copilot is 200ft

    Maximum Pilot/copilot altimeter split is 50ft (0-5000ft) or 60ft (5001-10000ft)

    Maximum altimeter/field elevation split is 75ft

    Standby altimeters do not meet accuracy requirements for RVSM airspace       (4-2)
  13. Maximum pilot/copilot altimeter split (on-ground) for RVSM operations
    50 feet (0-5000ft)

    60 feet (5001-10000ft)       (4-2)
  14. Maximum pilot/copilot altimeter split (in-flight) for RVSM operations
    200 feet       (4-2)
  15. Indicated engine oil level in the flight compartment:
    Overland operations: 60% full (12 quarts)

    Overwater operation: 60% full (12 quarts) or 7 quarts plus 1 quart per total flight hour whichever is higher.       (4-3)
  16. Maximum Starter time for start attempts
    2 minutes during each start attempt. Minimum 10 seconds between attempts         (4-3)
  17. Maximum EGT
    950 C (5 minutes)       (4-4)

    NOTE: If an engine failure occurs during takeoff, the maximum time for operating at full takeoff thrust is increased from 5 minutes to 10 minutes
  18. Maximum Continuous EGT
    925 C       (4-4)
  19. Maximum Start EGT
    725 C       (4-4)
  20. Maximum N1 rpm
    104.7% (20 seconds)

    104.0% (continuous)

    NOTE: FADEC software will inhibit the overspeed indication         (4-4)
  21. Maximum N2 rpm
    105%
  22. Minimum Oil Pressure
    13 psi            (4-4)
  23. Maximum time operating below minimum oil pressure
    10 seconds (during negative-g operation only)

    NOTE: During negative-g operation only, it is permitted to operate the engine below minimum oil pressure for a maximum of 10 seconds before engine shutdown is required         (4-4)
  24. Maximum Oil Temperature
    • 155 C
    • 140 C - 155 C (45 minutes)
    • 140 C (continuous)             (4-5)
  25. Engine Idle Time before shutdown
    3 minutes             (4-5)
  26. Engine Ignition during severe turbulence
    Set to FLT             (4-5)
  27. Engine Ignition during takeoff and landing
    AUTO           (4-5)
  28. Engine Ignition during moderate anti-ice operation or heavy rain, hail, or sleet
    CONT                (4-5)
  29. Electronic Engine Control (EEC) limitations when EECs are in Alternate mode
    1. Both EECs shall be in Alternate mode

    2. Derate or Assumed Temperature Reduced Takeoff Thrust is not allowed

    3. Do not use FMS Takeoff N1 or V-speed values

    4. Use of autothrottle for takeoff is prohibited (4-5)
  30. Landing Gear Limit Speed (KIAS) Extend
    270 KIAS          (4-7)
  31. Landing Gear Limit Speed (KIAS) Retract
    235            (4-7)
  32. Landing Gear Limit Speed (KIAS) Extended
    320 KIAS            (4-7)
  33. Flaps 1 Speed Limit
    250 KIAS             (4-6)
  34. Flaps 2 Speed Limit
    250 KIAS               (4-6)
  35. Flaps 10 Speed Limit
    250 KIAS          (4-6)
  36. Flaps 5 Speed Limit
    250 KIAS          (4-6)
  37. Flaps 15 Speed Limit
    205 KIAS          (4-6)
  38. Flaps 25 Speed Limit
    195 KIAS          (4-6)
  39. Flaps 30 Speed Limit
    179 KIAS          (4-6)
  40. Flaps 40 Speed Limit
    167 KIAS          (4-6)
  41. Flaps ALT FLAP Extended Speed Limit
    230 KIAS          (4-6)
  42. Maximum Taxi Weight (MTW)
    189,700 LBS           (4-9)
  43. Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW)
    189,200 LBS           (4-9)
  44. Maximum Landing Weight (MLW)
    149,000 LBS           (4-9)
  45. Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW)
    141,800 LBS           (4-9)
  46. Maximum time in icing conditions
    • 45 minutes 
    • CAUTION: Continuous use of engine anti-ice beyond 45 minutes may result in damage to engines.                   (4-11)
  47. Spin Recovery
    Apply full rudder against the spin

    Forward control column with neutral control wheel

    Power - Idle

    Apply nose down trim

    Speedbrakes - Retract                   (10-12)
  48. What 5 things must both pilots agree on before manipulation during an emergency?
    1. Engine Thrust Lever

    2. Engine Start Lever

    3. Engine or APU fire switch

    4. Generator drive disconnect switch

    5. Flight control switch                   (11-15)
  49. Aborted Takeoff Memory Items
    1. Autothrottle - Disengage. (PF)

    2. Thrust levers - Close (PF)

    3. Brakes - Verify RTO or MAX MANUAL (PF)

    4. Speed brake lever - UP (PF)

    5. Reverse thrust - Apply (PF)                 (13-3)
  50. Engine Fire, Severe Damage, or Separation Memory Items
    1. Autothrottle - Disengage (PF)

    2. Thrust Lever (affected engine) - Confirm - Close (PF)                   (14-24)
  51. Loss of Thrust on Both Engines Memory Items
    1. ENGINE START switches (both) - FLT (PM)

    2. Engine start levers (both) - CUTOFF (PM)

    3. When EGT decreases - Engine start levers (both) - IDLE detent (PM)

    4. If EGT reaches 950 C or if there is no increase in EGT within 30 seconds - Engine start lever (affected engine) - Confirm - CUTOFF, then IDLE detent, repeat as required (PM)          (14-26)
  52. Engine Limit, Surge, or Stall Memory Items
    1. Autothrottle - Disengage (PF)

    2. Thrust lever (affected engine) - Confirm -

    3. Retard until indications stay within limits or the thrust lever is closed (PF)           (14-33)
  53. Engine Overheat Memory Items
    1. Autothrottle - Disengage (PF)

    2. Thrust lever (affected engine) - Confirm - Close (PF)                        (14-34)

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