757/767 Limitations.

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757/767 Limitations.
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Underlined limitations for UPS 757/767 fleet.
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  1. Maximum operating pressure altitude for B757.
    42,000 Feet.
  2. Maximum operating pressure altitude for B767.
    43,100 Feet.
  3. Maximum takeoff and landing pressure altitude?
    8,400 Feet.
  4. Maximum takeoff and landing pressure altitude for 767 fleet tail N335 and up?
    9,500 Feet.
  5. Maximum takeoff and landing pressure altitude for 757 fleet N451 to 470?
    14,000 feet.
  6. Runway slope limits.
    plus or minus 2 percent.
  7. Maximum takeoff or landing tailwind component?
    10 knots.
  8. Turbulent air penetration speed?
    290 knots or .78 Mach.  Which ever is lower.
  9. Maximum demonstrated crosswind component?
    30 knots.
  10. Minimum turning radius (767).
    A 180 degree turn is not authorized on a 150 foot wide runway In the B767.
  11. Maximum taxi weight B757.
    251,000 pounds.
  12. Maximum taxi weight B767.
    409,000 pounds.
  13. Maximum taxi weight B767 with "light weight gear."
    405,000 pounds.
  14. Maximum takeoff weight B757.
    250,000 pounds
  15. Maximum takeoff weight B767.
    408,000 pounds.
  16. Maximum takeoff weight B767 with "light weight gear."
    404,000 pounds.
  17. Maximum landing weight B757.
    210,000 pounds.
  18. Maximum landing weight B767.
    326,000 pounds.
  19. Maximum zero fuel weight B757.
    200,000 pounds.
  20. Maximum zero fuel weight B767.
    309,000 pounds.
  21. On takeoff, do not engage the autopilot below What altitude?
    2000' AGL
  22. Flap extension, maximum altitude?
    20,000 feet.
  23. Maximum fuel temperature for Jet A fuel?
    49 degrees C.
  24. Minimum tank fuel temperature for B757.
    B757.  Minus 45 degrees C or 3 degrees above the freeze point of the fuel being used. (Which ever is higher).
  25. Minimum tank fuel temperature for B767.
    B767.  3 degrees C above the freeze point of the fuel being used.
  26. Maximum fuel imbalance between left and right main tanks in B757.
    1,800 pounds.
  27. Maximum fuel imbalance between left and right main tanks in B767.
    • 2,500 pounds for 48,000 pounds or less.
    • Linear reduction to 1,500 pounds greater than 79,800 pounds.
  28. Minimum oil temperature for advancing thrust levers (RR).
    0 degrees C.
  29. Minimum oil temperature for takeoff (PW).
    50 degrees C
  30. Reverse thrust is for:
    Ground use only.  Backing up using reverse thrust is not permitted.
  31. Ignition shall be on for flight in:
    Continuous ignition shall be on for flight in severe turbulence.
  32. (767) flame out protection.
    Use of wing anti ice for flame out protection is only required during descent in icing conditions at or below 22,000 feet.
  33. (757 AD 2002-19-52). The center tank fuel pumps must be in OFF for takeoff if center tank fuel is less than ----- pounds.
    5,000 pounds.
  34. (757 AD 2002-19-52) both center tank fuel switches must be selected OFF when center tank quantity reaches ---- pounds during climb, cruise, or descent
    1,000 pounds.

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