LIMITATIONS–(400F;GE)

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  1. What is maximum operating altitude, and max takeoff and landing altitude?
    • • 45,100 feet – max operating
    • • 10,000 feet – max T/O and LDG altitude. 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.2
  2. What is the maximum Takeoff and Landing tailwind Component?
    • 15 knots 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.3
  3. What is the maximum landing crosswind guideline when reported braking action is medium?
    • 10 knots 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.3
  4. Are operations allowed when the reported braking action is NIL?
    • No

    FCOM, VOl 1; L.10.3
  5. What is maximum landing gross weight? (400F)
     • 302,092 kilograms

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.4
  6. What should you do if the ZFW (except N-­‐PA) is greater than 276,691 kgs?
    • Comply with decreased maximum weight limits (see table in the Weight and Balance Manual). 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.4
  7. While flying an autoland approach, "NO AUTOLAND" is displayed on the PFD, because two autopilots have failed. What is the minimum altitude to which you can descend while the remaining autopilot is engaged?
    • 100 feet AGL 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.5
  8. When flying a non-­‐ILS approach, the autopilot must be disengaged before The airplane descends more than ____feet below the MDA.
     • 50 feet (L.10.5) or 50 feet below minimums (SP 4.17) 

    • FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.5; also SP 4.17 During autoland, what is the assumed touchdown point?
    • • 2,500 feet from the runway threshold Ø FCOM, VOl 1; L.10.5   
  9. What are maximum and minimum glideslope angles for autoland?
    • 3.25 degrees (max); 2.5 degrees (min) 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.5
  10. What is maximum headwind and crosswind component for autoland?
    • 25 knots for both conditions

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.5
  11. What is minimum threshold crossing height for Autoland?
    • 44 feet 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.5
  12. Is it permissible to operate HF radios during refueling operations?
    • No

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.6
  13. While airborne during CPDLC operations, an HF radio fails. How many HF radios are required for you to continue using CPDLC? Reference required.
    • One HF radio required for CPDLC 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.7 – chart
  14. While airborne LUX to HSV, prior to oceanic entry into the North Atlantic MNPS, the autopilot LNAV fails. Can you enter MNPS airspace? (ref req)
    • No 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.8 – chart
  15. What are the target oxygen pressures for the crew system?
    • • Land – 950 psi
    • • Ocean – 1200 psi 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.10
  16. At what altitude is minimum oxygen quantity supply for each occupant determined?
    • 25,000 feet cabin altitude 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.10
  17. What is the Boeing equivalent thrust for a CF-­‐6-­‐80C2, B1F engine?
    • 56,500 lbs 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.10
  18. What is maximum EGT for engine starting?
    • 870 C (40 secs max transient); 750 C unlimited 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.10   
  19. What is maximum continuous EGT (GE)?
    • 925 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.10
  20. What is minimum oil pressure (GE)?
    • 10 PSI

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.11
  21. What are the engine RPM limits for N1 and N2 (GE)?
    • • 117.5 – N1
    • • 112.5 – N2 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.11
  22. What is the maximum altitude for flap extension?
    • 20,000 feet 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.12
  23. After engine start, until shutdown at the completion of the flight, what is the primary means of alerting flight crews to non-­‐ normal conditions or improper configuration?
    • EICAS Alert messages 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.12
  24. What is the maximum allowable in-­‐flight difference between Captain and First Officer altitude displays for RVSM operations?
    • 200 feet 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.13
  25. What is the maximum difference between Captain and First Officer altimeters on the ground for RVSM operations between sea level and 5,000 feet?  
    • 35 feet 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.13
  26. What restriction applies for level-­‐off within 2,000 feet after changing the altimeter setting from QNE to QNH, or QNH to QNE?
    • Do not use VNAV for level-­‐off if the QNH is less than 29.70in/1006 hPa. 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.14
  27. Is it permissible to reset a tripped fuel pump circuit breaker?
    • No

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.15, Warning  
  28. What is the flap limitation during fuel jettisoning?
    • Do not extend or retract the flaps between positions 1 and 5 during fuel jettisoning. 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.16
  29. What fuel tank temperature must we maintain while in flight?
    • 3 degrees C above the fuel freeze point of the fuel being used. 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.17
  30. When do you have to turn the Nacelle anti-­‐ice system on for descent?
    • While in visible moisture with the TAT less than 10 C, including SAT less than – 40 C. 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.18
  31. What is the flap placard speed for flap position 30 (747-­‐400)?
    • 180 knots IAS 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.19
  32. What is the landing gear operating speed for retracting or extending?
    • 270 knots IAS/0.82 Mach 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.19
  33. What is turbulent air penetration speed?
    • 290 to 310 KIAS/0.82 to 0.85 Mach, whichever is lower. 

    FCOM, VOL 1; L.10.2

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