UAL 757/767 Limitations II

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  1. WHAT IS THE CATEGORY FOR STRAIGHT IN APPROACHES AND CIRCLING APPROACHES FOR THE 757 AND 767
    757 straight in category C 757 circling and 767 straight in and circling category D
  2. WHAT AIRCRAFT IS A FLAPS 1 TAKEOFF PROHIBITED?
    753
  3. WHAT IS MINIMUM RUNWAY WIDTH FOR CROSSWIND COMPONENT GUIDELINES?
    148 feet
  4. WHY ARE ROLLING TAKEOFFS RECOMMENDED WHEN CROSSWINDS EXCEED 20KTS?
    Engine surge may occur with a strong crosswind component if takeoff thrust is set prior to brake release.
  5. MAXIMUM CABIN PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL
    9.1PSI
  6. MAXIMUM DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE FOR TAKEOFF AND LANDING
    0.125PSI
  7. WHEN IS EQUIPMENT COOLING REQUIRED ON THE GROUND?
    When the aircraft is on the ground and electrically powered for more than 20 minutes. See FM for details.
  8. WHEN IS WING A/I REQUIRED FOR THE 762 AND 764?
    At or below FL220 prior to and during descent in icing conditions (TAT is at or below 10C including temps below -40C SAT and visible moisture).
  9. WHAT ARE THE GROUND OPERATIONS REQUIREMENTS DURING ICING CONDITIONS FOR 752U AND 763?
    The engines may not be operated for more than 30 minutes without a runup or visual inspection. Runup is defined as momentarily running the engines at 50% N1.
  10. WHAT IS THE WING A/I REQUIREMENT FOR 753?
    The wing A/I system should be turned on at the first indication of icing as indicated by window frame, wiper post ice.
  11. IS TAKEOFF IN MODERATE/HEAVY FREEZING RAIN OR HAIL ALLOWED?
    NO
  12. AFTER T/O WHEN SHOULD WING A/I BE TURNED ON?
    Until after the first power reduction
  13. WHEN IS USE OF THE AILERON TRIM PROHIBITED?
    When the autopilot is on
  14. WHEN CAN AN AUTOLAND APPROACH CONTINUE WHEN AN ENGINE FAILURE OCCURS?
    At AH.
  15. WHEN MUST AN AUTOLAND APRROACH BE USED?
    When below CAT I weather.
  16. WHICH CIRCUIT BREAKERS ARE PILOTS PROHIBITED FROM RESETTING?
    See limitation section (most are fuel pump CBs)
  17. WHEN MUST CONT IGNITION BE SELECTED?
    When in severe turbulence.
  18. HOW MANY AUP STARTS MAY BE ATTEMPTED BEFORE HAVING TO ALLOW A 1-HOUR COOLINF PERIOD?
    3
  19. DO NOT USE APU BLEED AIR ABOVE WHAT ALTITUDE?
    17000 feet
  20. WHAT IS THE MINIMUM WARMUP TIME PRIOR TO SETTING T/O THRUST FOR 752U AND 763?
    5-minutes unless the engines had been running less than 2-hours prior toT/O.
  21. WHAT IS TH RECOMMENDED COOL DOWN TIME AFTER LANDING PRIOR TO ENGINE SHUTDOWN?
    3-minutes unless at the gate prior.
  22. HOWMUCH COOLING TIME BETWEEN APU START ATTEMPTS FOR 752C, 753, 762, 764?
    5-MINUTES
  23. HOW MUCH COOLING TIME BETWEEN APU START ATTEMPTS FOR 752U, 763?
    1-MINUTE
  24. DO NOT OPERATE UNDER IFR OR AT NIGHT INTO AIRPORTS NORTH OF ____ OR SOUTH OF ____ WHOSE NAVIGATIONAL AIDS ARE REFERENCED TO MAGNETIC NORTH
    73 NORTH, 60 SOUTH
  25. THE NAVIGATION AND DISPLAY SYSTEM DOES NOT SUPPORT OPEATIONS AT LATITUDES GREATER THAN __ NORTH OR SOUTH FOR WHAT AIRCRAFT?
    87 degrees, 752C, 753, 752U
  26. WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE INFLIGHT DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE CAPT AND FO ALTITUDE DISPLAY FOR RVSM OPERATION?
    200FT
  27. WHAT ARE THE MAXIMUM ON-GROUND DIFFERENCES BEWTEEN THE CAPT AND FO ALTITUDE FOR RVSM?
    FIELD ELEVATION            DIFF CAPT/FO                  DIFF CAPT or FO AND FIELD ELEATIONSea level                           40ft                                    75ft5000                                  45ft                                    75ft10000                                50ft                                    75ft
  28. WHEN SHOULD YOU NOT USE VNAV TO LEVEL OFF WHEN CHANGING ATIMETER SETTING FROM QNE TO QNH?
    If QNH is less than 29.70hg/1006hPa. After level off is complete VNAV may be reengaged.
  29. Minimum inflight fuel temperature for Jet A and Jet A-1. Maximum fuel temp.
    Jet A -37CJet A-1 44COtherwise 3 degrees above minimum freeze tempMax temp +49
  30. Max fuel imbalance between L and R main tanks 757/767
    757 – 1950767 – 2500 to 1500 (2500 pounds when total main tank fuel is less than 48000lbs, with a linear reduction to 1500lbs when total main tank fuel is 79800lbs or greater.
  31. When should you not perform fuel balancing?
    When less than 1000lbs imbalance between main tanks, unless directed by a non-normal procedure.

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