AJX B767 Limitations

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AJX B767 Limitations
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2014-12-10 02:54:53
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Limitations for ANA/Air Japan B-767
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  1. *Dimensions - Length
    176' 4" (53.67m)
  2. *Dimensions - Height
    52' (15.85m)
  3. *Dimensions - Span
    156' 1" (47.57m)
  4. *Landing Gear Speeds (VLE): Normal
    • Retraction: 270 Kts
    • Extension: 270 Kts/.82M
    • Extended: 270 Kts/.82M
  5. *Landing Gear Speeds: Alternate
    250 Kts/.75M
  6. *Max T-O/Ldg Tailwind
    • RWY Length:
    • 2,001m or above  = 15 Kts
    • 2,000m or below =  10 Kts
  7. Max Taxi Weight (-300)
    290,700
  8. Max T/O Weight (-300)
    288,700
  9. Max Lnd Weight (-300)
    280,000
  10. Max Zero Fuel Weight (-300)
    278,000
  11. *Flap Speeds
    • (300/300ER,F)
    • 1               245/250
    • 5              225/230
    • 15/20       205/210
    • 25            175/180
    • 30            165/170
  12. *Do not extend flaps above _________
    20,000 ft
  13. *Runway Slope Limit
    +/- 2%
  14. *Max Operating Pressure Altitude
    43,100 ft
  15. Max Takeoff and Landing Pressure Altitude
    8,400 ft
  16. *Photoluminescent Charging:
    • 15 minutes = 6.5 hrs
    • 30 minutes = 11 hrs
  17. Verify Ops check of flight deck access system has been accomplished ________
    once each flight day
  18. *Cat D Circling speed:
    141 - 165 Kts/1.23 VS1G)
  19. *Max Airspeed
    .86 M
  20. *Max Cabin Diff Pressure
    9.1 PSI
  21. *Max Allowable Cabin Diff Pressure for Takeoff/Lnd
    0.125 PSI (236 ft below airport pressure altitude)
  22. Engine Anti-Ice must be ON during all ground and flight ops when icing conditions exist or are anticipated, except ________
    when the temperature is below -40 C SAT
  23. Icing Conditions exist when:
    OAT or TAT in flight is 10 C or below and visible moisture (or vis 1 mile or less)

    OAT 10 C or below when operating on ramps, taxiways, or runways where snow, water, slush etc.  may be ingested by engines or freeze on engines, nacelles, or engine sensor probes.
  24. *On takeoff, do not engage CWS or CMD mode ____________
    below 200 ft AGL
  25. *Max allowable wind conditions for autoland:
    • Headwind:             25 Kts
    • Tailwind: Op Limit (15/10)
    • Crosswind:             25 Kt
  26. *Use of _______ with autopilot engaged is prohibited
    aileron trim
  27. Do not use ___________ for ATC communications with ACARS operational.
    center VHF
  28. Messages that can be transmitted and received over ACARS if they are verified per approved operational procedures:
    FAT POW

    • FLEX INF
    • ATIS
    • Takeoff Data
    • Pre-Departure Clearance
    • Oceanic Clearance
    • Weight and Balance
  29. *Max N1 RPM
    117.5%
  30. *Max N2 RPM
    112.5%
  31. *Max EGT/time limit, Takeoff
    960 C / 5 min
  32. *Max EGT, Continuous
    925 C
  33. *Max EGT, Starting
    750 C (870 C for 40 sec)
  34. *Min Oil Pressure
    10 PSI
  35. *Max Oil Temp/time
    • 175 C, 15 min
    • 160 C, continuous
  36. Max time for takeoff thrust rating (including derated takeoff and reduced takeoff thrust):
    5 min
  37. Reverse Thrust is for _______ only
    ground use
  38. Engine ignition must be ________
    on for takeoff and landing
  39. Engine Limit Display Markings   
    Max and min limits: ______   
    Precautionary limits: _____
    • Red
    • Amber
  40. The flight crew shall not blank ____________during takeoff.
    engine vibration display
  41. *Max allowable diff between altitude display for RVSM  
      
    Between Capt/Copilot
        
    Capt/Copilot vs field elevation
    • 40 ft
    • 75 ft
  42. With a single FMC, during VOR approaches one pilot must have ________, no later than ___________.
    raw data from the VOR on RDMI or HSI in the VOR mode

    no later than FAF
  43. Two IRS in conjunction with two FMCS, meet requirements of FAA Advisory Circular 25-4 as the sole means of navigation for flights of up to________
    18 hrs duration
  44. *Ground alignment of IRS has been demonstrated to be satisfactory between ______
    78.2 N and 78.2 S latitudes
  45. *In NAV mode the IRS will provide valid magnetic heading and track between ______
    73 N and 60 S latitudes
  46. *The FMCS will provide navigation, guidance, and map display between ________
    87 N and 87 S latitudes
  47. Do not operate weather radar ________
    in a hangar or within 50 ft of any personnel or fuel spill

    (hangar/personnel restriction does not apply to test mode)
  48. *Max Allowable Fuel Weight     Left Main Tank     Right Main Tank     Center Tank (300ER/F)
    • 42,671 lb
    • 42,671 lb
    • 84,490 lb
  49. *________ of fuel may be loaded in the center tank with less than full wing tanks, if  all following conditions are met:

    1. wt of fuel in center plus______ does not exceed _______ and balance limits observed.

    2. If fuel jettison installed/activated no less than _____ lb fuel must be in wing tanks

    3. Fuel must be used in accordance with ______
    22,050 lb

    1.  actual Zero Fuel Weight Max Zero Fuel Weight

    2.  10,300 lb

    3.  Fuel Usage II.
  50. Fuel Usage I
    Use tank to engine fuel feed for takeoff and landing with following procedures:

    - position all operable main tank boost pumps to on

    - Close crossfeed valve.
  51. Fuel Usage II (300 ER/F)
    1. Use center tank fuel for all ops with operable fuel boost pumps ON and crssfeed closed, then use Fuel Usage I

    2. Intentional dry runnign of center tank pump prohibited

    3. Crossfeed valve(s) is open for minimum fuel operation and may be opened to correct fuel imbalance.
  52. Do not reset a ____________ or ____________
    • tripped fuel pump
    • fuel pump control circuit breaker
  53. Use of ________ and __________ fuels are prohibited.
    • Jet B
    • JP4
  54. *Max Tank Fuel Temp
    49 C
  55. *Min Tank Fuel Temp: Fuel Freezing Point
    +3 C

    Note: the use of fuel system icing inhibitor additives does not change min fuel tank temp limit.
  56. EGPWS: Do not use ______ for navigation
    terrain display
  57. EGPWS: Do not use the look ahead terrain alerting and terrain display functions:
    Within 15 NM of takeoff, approach or landing at an airport or runway not contained in the EGPWS airport database or: 

    - (PAX, 300 BCF) FMS is in IRS NAV Only or 

    - unless FMS Position has been updated within 5 min prior to takeoff or 

    - during QFE Operations
  58. *Max Crosswind  

    DRY  
    WET (Grooved)  
    WET (Ungrooved)  
    FLOODED
    • 33
    • 25
    • 20
    • 10
  59. *Max Crosswind (ICE or SNOW)
    BRAKING ACTION:  

    GOOD  
    MEDIUM to GOOD  
    MEDIUM  
    MEDIUM to POOR  
    POOR
    • 20
    • 20 (15 - RWY less than 2500m)
    • 20 (15 - RWY less than 2500m)
    • 15 (10 - RWY less than 2500m)
    • 10
  60. *Max Crosswind SLUSH
    Depth

    • 2 mm or less     15
    • 3 ~ 12 mm        10
  61. *Measured Coefficient of Friction and RCR  

    GOOD  
    MEDIUM to GOOD  
    MEDIUM  
    MEDIUM to POOR  
    POOR
    COF              RCR

    • .40 +            13+
    • .36-.39          12
    • .30-.35          10-11
    • .26-.29          9
    • .20-.25          7-8
    • .19-               6-
  62. *Braking Action (US vs JCAB vs ICAO)

    MEDIUM =
    VERY POOR =
    MEDIUM = FAIR

    VERY POOR = NIL

    If ICAO POOR, confirm COF to determine if  JCAB POOR or VERY POOR
  63. *The braking action will usually be reported by dividing runway ______________ , then _______________________________.
    three sections

    then the worst braking action among three sections should be applied.
  64. *Takeoff and landing not permitted when depth:

    water or slush
    wet snow
    dry snow (takeoff)
    dry snow (landing)
    water or slush......................13mm (.51 in)wet snow..............................51mm (2.01 in)dry snow (takeoff)..............71mm (2.80 in)dry snow (landing)...........153mm (6.01 in)
  65. When the braking action is ______ (or _____) (or the braking coefficient is ____ and below), no takeoff or landing is permitted.
    • VERY POOR (or NIL)
    • .19 and below
  66. *Min inflight weights

    PAX300F
    300BCF
    • 179,000 lbs
    • 177,300 lbs
    • 180,400 lbs

    Note: the Min Inflight Weight does not include usable fuel.
  67. *Flight Maneuvering Load Limits
    Flaps Up
    Flaps Down

    Note: with flaps 25 and 30, positive limits vary linearly from _____ at max landing weight to _____ at max takeoff weight.
    • +2.5g  to -1.0g
    • +2.0    to  0.0 g

    Note:+2.0 g+1.5 g
  68. *Fuel Freezing Points
    Jet A
    Jet A-1
    JP5
    JP8
    • -40 C   Jet A
    • -47 C   Jet A-1
    • -46 C   JP5
    • -47 C   JP8
  69. Total number of PAX (without infants) shall not exceed _____________ (because of emergency evacuation). And shall not exceed the number for which seating accommodation.
    290
  70. *APU altitude limits
    For electric ____
    For bleed ______
    • 43,100 ft
    • 17,000 ft
  71. *Turbulence penetration speed
    • 290/.78
    • 250 < 15,000
  72. *Wingtip Strike
    ~15* at 2 ANU
  73. *IFR Min Safe ALT:
    MEA, _____ above obstacle with in ____ of course.
    • 2,000 ft
    • 5 NM
  74. *Touchdown Zone (ANA)
    750 ft to 2,000 ft from threshold

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