Limitations Set A (bold items) - Frontier Airbus A320

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  1. which Approach Categories apply to which aircraft.
    FOM II, p. 2.05.1
    • A319 & A320 - category C
    • A321 - category D
  2. Maximum (Demonstrated) Crosswind for Takeoff (all except A320 NEO)
    FOM 2.05 p2
    38 knots
  3. Maximum (Certified) Crosswind for Takeoff (acft 301-399 - A320 NEO)
    FOM II, p. 2.05.2
    35 kts (gust included)
  4. Maximum (Demonstrated) Crosswind for Landing
    FOM 2.05 p2
    38 knots
  5. Maximum Tailwind for Takeoff - 2.05 p2
    A319, A320, A321
    • 15 kts (A319 & A320)
    • 10 kts (A321)
  6. Maximum Tailwind for Landing (all acft)
    FOM 2.05 p2
    10 kts
  7. Definition of a Normal Runway (width) in feet & meters
    FOM 2.05 p3
    at least 150 ft / 45 meters wide
  8. Definition of a Narrow Runway (width) in feet & meters
    FOM 2.05 p3
    Less than 150' / 45 meters wide
  9. Narrow, Dry runway Crosswind Limits
    FOM 2.05 p3
    35 kts (gust included) for takeoff and landing

    (was 38 knots, prior to Sept 2016)
  10. Narrow, Wet runway Crosswind Limits
    FOM 2.05 p3
    33 kts (gust included) for takeoff & landing
  11. Narrow, Contaminated Runway Crosswind Limits
    FOM 2.05 p4
    10 kts (including gusts) for takeoff & landing
  12. Max wind for passenger door operation
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    65 kts
  13. Max Wind for Cargo Door Operation
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    • 40 kts / *50 kts
    • *(if nose into the wind or door is on the leeward side), door must be closed before wind exceeds 65 kts
  14. Maximum VMO/MMO
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    350 kts /.82 mach
  15. Severe Turbulent Air Penetration Speed - FL200 & Below
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    250 kts
  16. Severe Turbulent Air Penetration Speed - FL200 thru FL310
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    275 kts
  17. Severe Turbulent Air Penetration Speed - Above FL310
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    0.76 mach
  18. A321 Flap Speeds - FOM II, 2.05.4
    • 235 - Flaps 1
    • 225 - Flaps 1 + F
    • 215 - Flaps 2
    • 195 - Flaps 3
    • 190 - Flaps Full

    extend flaps @ VFE -10 knots, except Full, then VFE - 15 knots
  19. A319 & A320 Flap Speeds - FOM II, 2.05.4
    • 230 - Flaps 1
    • 215 - Flaps 1 + F
    • 200 - Flaps 2
    • 185 - Flaps 3
    • 177 - Flaps Full

    extend flaps @ VFE -10 knots, except Full, then VFE - 15 knots
  20. Max Flap Speed, Flaps Position 1 - FOM II, 2.05.4

    A319 & A320
    A321
    • 230 kts (A319 & A320)
    • 235 kts (A321)

    Frontier's policy is to extend flaps at VFE -10
  21. Max Flap Speed, Flaps Position 1 + F
    A319 & A320 / A321
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    215 kts / 225 kts

    Frontier's policy is to extend flaps at VFE -10
  22. Max Flap Speed, Flaps Position 2
    A319 & A320 / A321
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    200 kts / 215 kts

    Frontier's policy is to extend flaps at VFE -10
  23. Max Flap Speed, Flaps Position 3
    A319 & A320 / A321
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    185 kts / 195 kts

    Frontier's policy is to extend flaps at VFE -10
  24. Max Flap Speed, Flaps Position FULL
    A319 & A320 / A321
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    177 kts / 190 kts

    Frontier's policy is to extend FULL flaps at VFE -15
  25. VLE (Max Speed / Mach with Landing Gear Extended)
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    280 kts / .67 mach
  26. VLO(EXT) (Max speed to Extend Ldg Gear)
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    250 kts
  27. VLO (Max Speed to retract Landing Gear)
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    220 kts
  28. Maximum Altitude for Landing Gear Extension
    FOM II, 2.05 p4
    25,000'
  29. Maximum Tire Speed
    FOM II, 2.05 p5
    195 kts
  30. Max speed for Windshield Wiper use
    FOM II, 2.05 p5
    230 kts
  31. Max Cockpit window Open speed
    FOM II, 2.05 p5
    200 kts
  32. Maximum Taxi Speed (A320 & A321)
    FOM II, 2.05 p5
    when taxi weight is higher than 167,550, do not exceed a taxi speed of 20 its during a turn
  33. Maximum Altitude with flaps/slats extended
    FOM II, 2.05 p5
    20,000'
  34. Maximim Altitude for APU battery start
    FOM II, p. 2.10 p2
    25,000
  35. Autopilot: Minimum Altitude for Engagement after Takeoff/Go Around (If SRS indicated)
    FOM II, 2.10 p2
    100' AGL
  36. Autopilot: Minimum Altitude for Enroute Use
    FOM II, 2.10 p2
    • 500' AGL (A319 & A320)
    • 900' AGL (A321)
  37. Autopilot: Minimum Altitude for Non-Precision Approaches
    FOM II, 2.10 p2
    DDA/DA
  38. Autopilot: Minimum Altitude for Non-Autoland ILS approach with CAT 1 displayed on FMA
    FOM II, 2.10 p2
    160' AGL
  39. Autopilot: Minimum Altitude for Non-Autoland ILS Apch with CAT 2/3 displayed on FMA
    FOM II, 2.10 p2
    80' AGL
  40. Autopilot: Minimum Altitude for Autoland ILS Approach (1 or 2 autopilots)
    FOM II, 2.10 p2
    Rollout/Taxi Speed
  41. What is visibility requirement for autopilot use?
    FOM II, p. 2.10 p2
    when visibility is less than 4000 RVR or 3/4 mile, the approach must be flown with the autopilot(s) engaged, if operable
  42. what is the restriction on Open Descent use?
    FOM II, p. 2.10.2
    the use of the AutoPilot or Flight Director in OPEN DES or DES mode is not permitted inside the FAF or below 1,000 AGL on a visual approach
  43. when is Autoland required?
    FOM II, p. 2.10.4
    • if the requirements for an autoland are satisfied and the ATIS reported RVR/visibility is at or below CAT I published minimums, the approach must be briefed and flown as a CAT II or Cat III autoland, except as noted below:
    • NOTE: if any of the CAT II/III requirements cannot be met, and CAT I or greater weather conditions are reported and prevail upon arrival at the airport, the crew may brief and fly the approach to CAT I minimums and a manual landing
  44. AUTOLAND wind limitations (A320 & A321): headwind, crosswind, tailwind
    FOM II, 2.10 p5
    • 30 knots of Headwind
    • 15 knots of Crosswind
    • 10 knots of Tailwind
  45. AUTOLAND Wind Limitations (A319 & A320-NEO): headwind, crosswind, tailwind
    FOM II, 2.10 p5
    • 20 knots Headwind
    • 15 knots Crosswind
    • 5 knots Tailwind
  46. TOGA restriction - time limit for use
    FOM II, p. 2.10.7
    • Takeoff & Go Around
    • 5 minutes normally
    • 10 minutes in case of engine failure
  47. Engine EGT starting limit
    FOM II, p. 2.10.7
    725 degrees Celsius
  48. Minimum Oil Temperature for Takeoff
    FOM II, p. 2.10.7
    19 degrees Celsius
  49. Minimum Engine Oil Quantity
    FOM II, 2.10 p7
    11 quarts + 0.5 quarts per hour of flight
  50. (Big89) Reduced Thrust Takeoff PERMITTED: FOM II 2.10 p7
    MEL's COWS Perform at 25%

    • MEL's - allowed with any inoperative item affecting performance, only if the shortfall has been applied to meet all requirements at takeoff weight, with engines at thrust available for the flex temperature
    • Contaminated/Slippery runways - can't reduce thrust
    • OAT: Assumed temperature must not be lower than the flat rating temperature or actual OAT
    • Windshear - can't reduce thrust

    • Special Departure Procedure - may specify TOGA ( can't reduce thrust)
    • Performance - if the airplane meets all applicable performance requirements at the planned takeoff weight, with the operating engines at the thrust available for the assumed temperature.

    25% - Must not exceed 25% of the full rated takeoff thrust.  Flex temp must not be higher than ISA + 60 deg C for A319 & ISA + 53 deg C for A320
  51. Reduced Thrust Takeoff Prohibited:
    FOM II, p. 2.10.8
    • on slippery or contaminated runways
    • windshear
    • prohibited by Special Departure procedure
  52. Minimum Oxygen Pressures for 2/3/4 crew members  (@ 50o C)
    FOM II, 2.10.13

    (1) Acft 902-953, 201-219, 228-299
    (2) Acft 954, 220-227, all A321's
    (3) A320 NEO

    (pilot / pilot + jumpseater)(4) crew O2 bottle lasts ___ minutesFOM II,  2.10 p.11
    • (1) 600 / 800 / 1000
    • (2) 800 / 1100 / 1400
    • (3) 600 / 800
    • ~~~~~~~~~~~
    • Provides protection after loss of cabin pressure w/mask regulator on NORMAL (diluted O2):
    • - during emergency descent for all crewmembers for 13 minutes
    • - during cruise at FL 100 for 2 crewmembers for 107 minutes
    • ~~~~~~~~~~~
    • Provides protection against smoke with 100% oxygen for all crew members during 15 minutes at 8000' cabin altitude(worst-case #'s, based on 50o C temps)

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