B757-B767 Limitations & Recall Items

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coba
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240084
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B757-B767 Limitations & Recall Items
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2013-10-11 18:06:33
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B757 Limitations
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Boeing 757 Limitations
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  1. Max Operating Pressure Altitude?
    • 757:  FL420
    • 767:  FL431
  2. Max Takeoff & Landing Altitude
    • 8400 ft
    •   9500 ft for 767 Tail N335UP and up
    • 14000 ft for 757 Tail N451UP thru N471UP
  3. Max RWY slope for T/L
    + 2%
  4. Max Tailwind for T/L
    10 knots
  5. Turbulent Air Penetration Speed
    290 KIAS / Mach 0.78
  6. Max demonstrated X-Wind
    30 Knots
  7. Max Altitude for Flap Extension
    20,000 feet
  8. Max Allowable Jet A Fuel Temp
    +49 C
  9. Minimum Fuel Tank Temperature
    B-757:  -45 C  or  3 C Above Freezing Point of the Fuel being used. (highest)

    B-767:  3 C above Freezing Point of the Fuel being used
  10. Max Fuel Imbalance
    757:  1800#

    • 767:
    • <48,000#=    2500#
    •   48,000 -79,800= Linear Reduction to 1500#
    • >79,800:  1500#
  11. Minimum Altitude for A/P Engagement after T/O
    200 ft AGL
  12. Which Limitation Applies to VOR Approaches
    One Pilot must have Raw Data from the VOR associated with the approach, displayed in the HSI VOR Mode no later then the FAF.
  13. B-757  Max Taxi Weight
    251,000#
  14. B-757 Max T/O Weight
    250,000#
  15. B-757 Max L/W
    210,000#
  16. B-757 MZFW
    200,000#
  17. APU Starter Limitations
    • 3 starts
    • in 60 minutes with a
    • 5 minute cooling period between starts
  18. When must Ignition be ON
    Takeoff and Land

    When in Severe Turbulence
  19. Which Limitations apply to Reverse Thrust
    Reverse Thrust is Restricted to GRND use Only

    Backing the Airplane with use of Reverse Thrust is not permitted
  20. P&W Minimum Oil Temp for Takeoff
    50 C
  21. (RR)
    Minimum Temp for Advancing Thrust Levers
    0 C
  22. B-767 Turning Radius Limitation
    A 180 degree turn on a 150 ft wide RWY is not authorized
  23. Airspeed Unreliable
    • AUTOMATION ---- DISENGAGE
    •   [Disengage Autopilot and Auto Throttles and
    •    turn off Flight Directors]

     Establish normal pith attitude and thrust      setting for phase of flight
  24. CABIN ALTITUDE or RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION
    • OXYGEN MASKS ---- ON
    • CREW COMMUNICATIONS ---- ESTABLISH
  25. DUAL ENGINE FAILURE
    • ENGINE START SELECTORS (both) --- FLT
    • THRUST LEVERS (both) ----------------CLOSE
    •   [RR] (Do not advance thrust levers during    engine recovery until above 50% N3)

    • FUEL CONTROL SWITCHES (both) ----CUTOFF, THEN RUN
    • (If Engine appears Stalled or EGT approaches the Standby Engine Indicator Placard Limit:
    •  Repeat the above step on affected engine(s)
  26. Fuel Tank Capacity B-757
    • Wings:  14,500#
    • Center:  49,000#

    Total:    78,000#
  27. Fuel Tank Capacity B-767:
    • Wings:  40,200#
    • Center:  85,200#

    Total:    165,600#
  28. Max Taxi Weight B-767:
    409,000#
  29. Max Takeoff Weight B-767:
    408,000#
  30. Max Landing Weight B-767:
    326,000#
  31. Max Zero Fuel Weight B-767:
    309,000#

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