A330 Limitations

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A330 Limitations
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2014-03-12 01:37:21
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A330 Limitations
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  1. Max number of Passenger Seats
    (375)

    • Our Configuration:
    • Bus - 18, Coach - 276, Total - 294
  2. Max Taxi weight
    526,684 lbs
  3. Max Takeoff weight (brake release)
    524,700 lbs
  4. Max Landing weight
    401,241 lbs
  5. Max Zero Fuel weight
    370,376 lbs
  6. Min Landing weight
    255,737 lbs
  7. Flight Maneuvering Load Acceleration Limits
    Clean:  -1g to +2.5g

    Other configs:  0g to +2g
  8. Minimum TAT
    -53 deg C
  9. Runway slope (mean)
    +/- 2%
  10. Runway altitude
    12,500 ft
  11. Max certified Crosswind for Takeoff
    32 kts (gust included) - AFM Engine Limitation
  12. Max demonstrated Crosswind for Landing
    45 kts (gust included) - NOT an AFM Limitation
  13. Max Tailwind for Takeoff
    15 kts
  14. Max Tailwind for Landing
    10 kts
  15. Max wind for Passenger Door operation
    40 kts / 50 kts if aircraft nose is oriented into the wind
  16. Max wind for Cargo Door operation
    40 kts / 50 kts if aircraft nose is oriented into the wind or the cargo door is on the leeward side
  17. Passenger/Cargo Door must be closed before wind speed exceeds
    60 kts
  18. Vmo
    330 kts
  19. Mmo
    .86 mach
  20. Mva (Max design Maneuvering speed)
    .78 mach

    If alternate/direct law is active, full ailerons, full rudder application, and maneuvering at aoa near stall should be confined below Mva.
  21. Max altitude with Flaps and/or Slats Extended
    20,000 ft
  22. Max Flaps/Slats speed

    Lever position 1 - Holding (1 on ECAM)
    240 kts
  23. Max Flaps/Slats speed

    Lever position 1 - Takeoff (1+F on ECAM)
    215 kts
  24. Max Flaps/Slats speed

    Lever position 2 - Approach (2a on ECAM)
    205 kts
  25. Max Flaps/Slats speed

    Lever position 2 - Takeoff/Approach (2 on ECAM)
    196 kts
  26. Max Flaps/Slats speed

    Lever position 3 - TO/APPR/LDG (3 on ECAM)
    186 kts
  27. Max Flaps/Slats speed

    Lever position FULL - LDG (FULL on ECAM)
    180 kts
  28. Max speed with Gear Extended (Vle)
    250 kts / .55 mach
  29. Max Gear Operating speed (Vlo)
    250 kts / .55 mach
  30. Max speed for Gravity Extension (Vle, Vlo)
    200 kts
  31. Max altitude for Gear Extension
    21,000 ft
  32. Max Tire speed
    204 kts on ground
  33. Max speed for Windshield Wiper operation
    230 kts
  34. Max speed with Cockpit Window open
    230 kts

    it's not possible to open cockpit windows with packs ON
  35. Max speed for Speedbrake operation
    No limitation
  36. Vmcl (Min Control speed)
    118 kts
  37. Max Positive Differential Pressure
    +9.25 psi
  38. Max Negative Differential Pressure
    -0.73 psi
  39. Safety Relief Valve setting
    +8.85 psi / -0.26 psi
  40. Ram Air Inlet opens when differential pressure is lower than
    1 psi
  41. Air Flow supplied by Two Ground Carts should not exceed
    2 x 3.53 lb/sec
  42. Simultaneous use of Conditioned Air from Packs and LP Ground Units should be
    avoided
  43. Using HP Ground Unit when APU supplies Bleed Air could cause
    bleed system damage
  44. Min weight for use of Autoland
    271,166 lbs
  45. Min height for use of Autopilot on Takeoff with SRS mode
    100 ft AGL

    FMGS logic prevents autopilot from engaging during 5 sec after liftoff
  46. Min height for Autopilot use on Straight-in Non-Precision approach
    Applicable MDA/MDH
  47. Min height for use of Autopilot on Straight-in LNAV/VNAV approach
    Applicable DA
  48. Min height for use of Autopilot on Circling approach
    Applicable MDA/MDH - 100 ft
  49. Min height for use of Autopilot on ILS approach when CAT2/CAT3 Not Displayed on FMA
    160 ft AGL
  50. Min height for use of Autopilot on Go-Around (AP or FD engagement)
    100 ft AGL
  51. Use of AP or FD in OPEN DES or DES mode is not permitted unless FCU Altitude is set to or above
    MDA/MDH or 500 ft (whichever is highest)
  52. Use of Autothrust is approved with or without AP/FD in which modes?
    Selected or Managed mode
  53. Min Decision Height - CAT2
    100 ft AGL

    at least one autopilot must be engaged in APPR mode and CAT2, CAT3 SINGLE or CAT3 DUAL must be displayed on FMA
  54. If Auto Approach performed without Auto Land, Autopilot must be disengaged no later than
    80 ft AGL
  55. Min Decision Height - CAT3 Fail Passive
    50 ft

    one autopilot in APPR mode, CAT3 SINGLE or CAT3 DUAL must be displayed on FMA
  56. Alert Height - CAT3 Fail Operational
    200 ft
  57. Min RVR - CAT3 without DH
    75 meters
  58. CAT2 and CAT3 Fail Passive autoland with Engine Out are approved in Config __, and if Engine Out Procedures are completed before reaching _____ ft in approach
    Config 3, 1000 ft
  59. Max Headwind for CAT2/3 Auto Approach or Auto Land and Auto Rollout
    35 kts
  60. Max Tailwind for CAT2/3 Auto Approach or Auto Land and Auto Rollout
    10 kts
  61. Max Crosswind for CAT2/3 Auto Approach or Auto Land and Auto Rollout
    15 kts
  62. Approved Configurations for CAT2/3 Autoland
    CONF3 and CONF FULL
  63. It is forbidden to use Electrical Outlets during
    Takeoff and Landing
  64. Max allowable Wing Fuel Imbalance:

    Inner tanks (outer balanced), Heavier tank FULL
    6,400 lbs
  65. Max allowable Wing Fuel Imbalance:

    Inner tanks (outer balanced), Heavier tank HALF
    10,500 lbs
  66. Max allowable Wing Fuel Imbalance:

    Inner tanks (outer balanced), Heavier tank 16,500 lbs
    16,500 lbs
  67. Max allowable Wing Fuel Imbalance:

    Outer tanks (inner balanced), Heavier tank FULL
    3,260 lbs
  68. Max allowable Wing Fuel Imbalance:

    Outer tanks (inner balanced), Heavier tank 5,290 lbs
    3,480 lbs
  69. Max allowable Wing Fuel Imbalance:

    Outer tanks (inner balanced), Heavier tank 3,810 lbs
    3,810 lbs
  70. Max Fuel Temp
    +55 degrees C, +49 degrees C (JP4, JET B)
  71. Min Fuel Temp
    • Inner Tank:  Freezing Pt or
    • -44 degrees C below 30,000 ft or
    • -54 degrees C above 30,000 ft
    • whichever is higher.

    Outer or Trim Tank:  Freezing Pt
  72. Min Fuel Quantity for Takeoff
    11,460 lbs

    WING TK LO LVL must not be displayed on ECAM for takeoff
  73. Fuel Tanks must be Emptied in following order:
    Center, then Wing Tanks
  74. In case of Trim Tank Forward Transfer Pump failure, do not select the Trim Tank Forward when Pitch Trim is above
    3 degrees to avoid inadvertent fuel aft transfer
  75. Transfer from Center to Inner, when using JP4, is possible up to
    20,000 ft
  76. Normal Hydraulic Pressure is 
    3000 psi +/- 200
  77. Max Brake Temp for Takeoff
    300 deg C
  78. Nosewheel Steering Angle is limited to
    72 degrees
  79. For Towing and Pushback, Nosewheel Steering Angle is limited to
    65 degrees
  80. If Tire Damage is suspected after Landing or Rejected Takeoff
    inspection of tires is required before taxi
  81. If Tire is Deflated but not Damaged the aircraft can be Taxied at low speed with the following limitations
    If one tire is deflated on one or more gears (max of 3 tires), the speed should be limited to 7 kts when turning

    If two tires are deflated on the same gear (other main gear tires ok), speed should be limited to 3 kts and nosewheel steering angle limited to 30 degrees
  82. When both PFD's are lost the ISIS bugs function
    must not be used
  83. EGPWS Enhanced function should be limited within 15 nm from the airfield when
    operating to/from runways not in EGPWS database

    specific approach procedures have previously been identified as potentially producing false terrain alerts
  84. Min Flight Crew Oxygen pressure at 50 deg C (122 deg F) for 2 crew + 2 obs
    1000 psi

    Provides 15 min on NORMAL (emergency descent) or

    15 min on EMERGENCY (smoke) at 8,000 ft cabin alt
  85. Min Flight Crew Oxygen pressure Reference Temp
    • Ground:  
    • (OAT + Cockpit Temp)/2

    • Flight:  
    • Cab Temp (deg C) - 10 deg C or 
    • Cab Temp (deg F) - 18 deg F
  86. If APU is started with LOW OIL LEVEL ECAM advisory
    Maintenance action is required within next 15 hrs of APU operation
  87. APU Starter limits
    3 consecutive start attempts without cool down, then 60 min cooling interval before next start
  88. APU max Rotor Speed (N)
    107%
  89. APU max EGT 
    650 deg C
  90. APU max EGT for start
    1250 deg C
  91. APU Bleed Air is not permitted for
    wing anti-ice
  92. When JET B or JP4 is used, APU operation is limited to
    25,000 ft
  93. APU Bleed Air extraction with Generator Load in flight
    one pack:  22,500 ft

    eng start:  20,000 ft

    two packs:  17,500 ft
  94. APU Electric Power extraction only (in flight or on ground)
    115 kva (100%)
  95. Time / EGT limits - TOGA
    20 sec / 920 deg C

    5 min / 900 deg C

    10 min / 900 deg C (Engine Failure)
  96. Time and EGT limits - MCT
    no time limit / 850 deg C
  97. Time and EGT limits - Eng Start
    no time limit / 700 deg C

    no time limit / 850 deg C (Air start)
  98. Max Engine Oil temp
    190 deg C
  99. Min Engine Oil temp for Takeoff
    20 deg C
  100. Min Engine Oil pressure
    25 psi
  101. Min Engine Oil quantity
    17 qts
  102. Max Engine N1, N2 and N3
    N1:  99% (or lower depending on ambient conditions and eng bleed config)

    N2:  103.3%

    N3:  100%
  103. Engine Starter limits
    5 min - max continuous operation

    • Two - 3 min duty cycles and
    • One - 1 min cycle
    • (N3 down to zero between each cycle)

    Wait 30 min - after one continuous operation or three cycles 

    • No running engagement of starter when N3 is above: 
    • 10% (ground) / 30% (flight)
  104. Reverse Thrust in flight
    prohibited
  105. Revers Thrust to back aircraft
    prohibited
  106. Min speed for Max Reverse
    70 kts

    Idle reverse is allowed down to aircraft stop
  107. Takeoff at Reduced Thrust permissible only when
    Airplane meets all applicable Performance Requirements at the Planned Takeoff Weight with operating engines at Thrust Available for Assumed Temp
  108. Flex Temp must not be higher than
    ISA + 60 deg C (T MAX FLEX)
  109. Assumed Temp must not be lower than
    flat rating temp or actual OAT
  110. Takeoff at Reduced Thrust is not permitted on
    contaminated runways
  111. Takeoff at Reduced Thrust is allowed with any Inoperative Item affecting performance only if
    Associated Performance Shortfall has been Applied to meet all Performance Requirements at Takeoff Weight with operating engines at Thrust Avail for Flex Temp

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