FEDEX: MD-11 LIMITATIONS & NORMAL PROCEDURES

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FEDEX: MD-11 LIMITATIONS & NORMAL PROCEDURES
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MD-11/MD-10 LIMITATIONS AND NORMAL PROCEDURES
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  1. TAXI SPEEDS FOR TURNS OF 90 DEGREES
    15 KTS
  2. TAXI SPEEDS FOR TURNS OF 45 DEGREES
    20 KTS
  3. TAXI SPEEDS FOR HIGH SPEED TURNOFF
    25 KTS
  4. TAXI SPEEDS FOR STRAIGHT AHEAD, GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 400,000 LBS
    25 KTS
  5. TAXI SPEEDS FOR STRAIGHT AHEAD, LESS THAN 400,000 LBS
    30 KTS
  6. MAXIMUM CROSSWIND FOR ROLLING TAKEOFF / LANDING
    • MD-11:  35 KTS
    • MD-10:  31 KTS
  7. CROSSWIND LIMIT FOR TAKEOFF USING HUD GUIDANCE
    15 KTS
  8. CAT II MANUAL LANDING CROSSWIND (FDX)
    10 KTS
  9. MAXIMUM TAILWIND FOR TAKEOFF / LANDING
    10 KTS BOTH AIRCRAFT
  10. MAXIMUM CROSSWIND FOR TAKEOFF / LANDING WITH RUNWAY BRAKING ACTION POOR
    10 KTS BOTH AIRCRAFT
  11. CAT I / II / III AUTOLAND CROSSWIND
    15 KTS BOTH AIRCRAFT
  12. MAXIMUM HEADWIND FOR AUTOLANDING
    25 KTS BOTH AIRCRAFT
  13. MAXIMUM CROSSWIND FOR CAT II MANUAL LANDING
    10 KTS BOTH AIRCRAFT
  14. CABIN PRESSURIZATION MAXIMUM RELIEF VALVE DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE
    9.1 PSI
  15. CABIN PRESSURIZATION MAXIMUM DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE DURING TAKEOFF AND LANDING
    0.5 PSI
  16. APU STARTER DUTY CYCLE IS LIMITED TO _____ CONSECUTIVE STARTS.  AFTER _____ OF REQUIRED COOLING TIME, TWO ADDITIONAL STARTS MAY BE ATTEMPTED FOLLOWED BY A COOLING PERIOD OF _____.
    • 2
    • 10 MINUTES
    • 1 HOUR
  17. FOR NON-PRECISION APPROACHES, THE AUTOPILOT MUST BE DISENGAGED NO LOWER THAN THE APPLICABLE MINIMUMS MINUS _____ FEET.
    50 FEET
  18. FOR AUTOLAND, THE MINIMUM THRESHOLD CROSSING HEIGHT IS _____.
    47 FEET
  19. MD-11 AUTOMATIC LANDINGS ARE PROHIBITED ABOVE _____.
    8000 FEET MSL
  20. MD-10 AUTOMATIC LANDINGS ARE PROHIBITED ABOVE _____.
    8500 FEET MSL
  21. TAKEOFF PERFORMANCE IS BASED ON SETTING TAKEOFF POWER (GE-N1 or PW-EPR) BY _____.
    80 KTS
  22. FOR GE ENGINES, MAKE AN AML ENTRY IF EGT EXCEEDS _____ DURING START.
    750 DEG CELSIUS
  23. FOR PW ENGINES, MAKE AN AML ENTRY IF EGT EXCEEDS _____ DURING START.
    535 DEG CELSIUS
  24. MAXIMUM LATERAL FUEL IMBALANCE FOR MD-11 AND MD-10-30 AIRCRAFT IS _____.
    2500 LBS
  25. MAXIMUM LATERAL FUEL IMBALANCE FOR MD-10-10 AIRCRAFT IS _____.
    2900 LBS
  26. ICING CONDITIONS EXIST WHEN:
    OAT ON GROUND OR TAKEOFF, OR
    TAT INFLIGHT IS _____, AND, VISIBLE MOISTURE WITH VISIBILITY OF _____ OR LESS.
    • 6 DEG CELSIUS
    • 1 MILE
  27. ICING CONDITIONS EXIST WHEN:
    WHEN THE TAT IS AT, OR BELOW, _____ AND EITHER MOISTURE IS VISIBLE OR OUTSIDE DEW POINT AND  AIR TEMPERATURE ARE WITHIN _____ OF EACH OTHER.
    • 6 DEG CELSIUS
    • 3 DEC CELSIUS
  28. ICING CONDITIONS EXIST WHEN:
    OAT ON THE GROUND AND FOR TAKEOFF IS _____ OR BELOW WHEN OPERATING ON RAMPS, TAXIWAYS OR RUNWAYS WHERE SNOW, ICE, STANDING WATER, OR SLUSH MAY BE INGESTED BY THE ENGINES, OR FREEZE ON ENGINES, NACELLES, OR ENGINE SENSOR PROBES.
    6 DEG CELIUS
  29. MD-11 ENGINE OIL QUANTITY SHOULD INDICATE AT LEAST _____ WITHIN 30 MINUTES AFTER ENGINE SHUTDOWN.
    MD-11 - 18 QUARTS
  30. MD-10 ENGINE OIL QUANTITY SHOULD INDICATE AT LEAST _____ WITHIN 30 MINUTES AFTER ENGINE SHUTDOWN
    17 QUARTS
  31. MONITOR ENGINE OIL QUANTITY FOR GULP IF PRE-START OIL QUANTITY IS AT OR NEAR FULL INDICATION.
    MD-11 GE and MD-10: _____
    MD-11 PW:  _____
    • 22 QUARTS OR MORE
    • 26 QUARTS OR MORE
  32. MAXIMUM OPERATIONAL ALTITUDES

    MAXIMUM ENROUTE ALTITUDE?
    MD-11 - 43,200 FT

    MD-10 - 42,000 FT
  33. TCAS USE IN RVSM AIRSPACE
    TO AVOID CAUSING NUISANCE RA'S, WHEN WITHIN _____ FT VERTICALLY AND _____ NM HORIZONTIALLY OF OTHER AIRCRAFT, LIMIT CLIMB/DESCENT RATES TO _____ FPM
    • 2000 FT VERTICALLY
    • 5 NM HORIZONTALLY
    • 1000 FPM

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