B-757/B-767 Limitations

Card Set Information

Author:
coba
ID:
240173
Filename:
B-757/B-767 Limitations
Updated:
2013-10-12 10:59:53
Tags:
Limitations
Folders:

Description:
Limitations
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user coba on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. Runway Slope Limit
    + 2%
  2. Maximum Operating Pressure Altitude 757
    42,000 ft
  3. Maximum Takeoff & Landing Pressure Altitude 757 Tail Numbers 451 through 470
    14,000 ft
  4. Maximum Takeoff & Landing Pressure Altitude 767 Tail N335 and subsequent
    9500 ft
  5. Maximum Takeoff & Landing Pressure Altitude
    8400 ft
  6. Maximum Operating Pressure Altitude 767
    43,100 Ft.
  7. Automatic Flight
    On takeoff, do not engage Auto Pilot below 200 ft AGL
  8. Navigation
    • 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 Final Approach Fix
  9. Max Taxi Weighs:
    • 757:
    •   251,000#

    • 767:
    •   409,000#
  10. Max Takeoff Weights
    • 757:
    •   250,000#

    • 767:
    •   408,000#
  11. Max Landing Weight
    • 757:
    •   210,000#

    • 767:
    •   326,000#
  12. Max Zero Fuel Weight
    • 757:
    •   200,000#

    • 767:
    •   309,000#

    • 767 Winglets:
    •   312,300#
  13. Ignition
    Continuous Ignition shall be ON for flight in Severe Turbulance
  14. Reverse Thrust
    Reverse Thrust is restricted to Ground use ONLY.

    Backing the aircraft with use of Reverse Thrust is NOT permitted.
  15. Minimum Oil Temp for Takeoff  (PW)
    +50 C
  16. Minimum Oil Temp for advancing Thrust Levers (RR)
    0 degree C
  17. Minimum Turn radius (767)
    A 180 Degree turn on a  150 ft wide Runway IS NOT authorized.
  18. Maximum Takeoff & Landing Tailwind Component
    10 Kts
  19. Turbulent Airspeed
    290 kts / 0.78 MACH whichever is LOWER
  20. Max Demonstrated Crosswind Takeoff & Land
    30 kts
  21. Flap Extension Maximum Altitude
    20,000 ft
  22. Maximum Temp for Jet-A
    +49 C
  23. Minimum Fuel Tank Temperatures 757
    Minus 45 C, or 3 degrees C above the Freezing Point of the fuel being used. (whichever is HIGHER)
  24. Minimum Fuel Tank Temperatures 767
    3 degrees C above the Freezing Point of the fuel being used
  25. Maximum Fuel Imbalance between Left and Right Main Tanks for ALL operations 757
    1800#
  26. Maximum Fuel Imbalance between Left and Right Main Tanks for ALL operations 767
    • Main Tank fuel Load / Fuel Imbalance:
    •   <48,000#            /  2500#
    • 48,000 to 79,800    / Linear reduction to 1500#
    • >79,800 #             /   1500#
  27. (757)
    The Center Tank Fuel Pumps must be OFF for Takeoff if Center tank fuel is less than _____# with the Airplane ready for initial taxi
    5000#
  28. (757)
    Both Center Tank fuel pumps must be selected OFF when Center Tank fuel quantity reaches approximately ______# during Climb, Cruise or Descent
    1000#

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview