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767
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  1. Max. operating pressure altitude
    757 42,000, 43100 767
  2. Max. Takeoff and landing pressure altitude
    • 8400'
    • 9500' 767 Tail numbers: 335 and
    • subsequent, 14,000' 757 Tail numbers 451-470
  3. Runway
    Slope limits
    + - 2%
  4. Max
    takeoff oand landing tailwind component
    10 kts
  5. Turbulent air speed
    290/.78 whichever is lower
  6. Max. demonstrated crosswind for T/O and landing
    30kts (not considered limiting on a dry runway with all engines operation
  7. Flap extension max. altitude
    20,000 feet
  8. Maximum temp for Jet A
    49C
  9. Minimum fuel tank temp
    757= minus 45 degrees C or 3 degrees above the freezing poin of fuel being used ( whichever is higher)

    767= 3 degrees C above te freezing point of the fuel being used.
  10. 767 Fuel imbalance
    Fuel Imbalance 2500 lbs
    linear reduction to 1500 lbs
    Fuel imbalance 1500 lbs
    • 48,000 or less (fuel imbalance 2500lbs)
    • 48,000 to 79,800 (linear reduction to 1500lbs)
    • greater than 79,800 (1500 lbs)
  11. 757 Max. fuel imbalance
    1800 lbs
  12. The center tank fuel pumps must be off for takeoof if cneter tank fuel is less than (757)
    5000lbs
  13. 757
    Note: If takeoff is made with between 5000 and 1000 lbs in the center tank
    position both center tank pumps on above 10,000 ft
  14. 757
    Both center tank fuel pump switches must be selected off when center tank fule quanity reaches
    1000 lbs during climb, cruise or descent.
  15. Do not engagem autopilot below
    200'
  16. VOR approaches:
    One pilot must have raw data from the VOR associated with the approach displayed in the HSI VOR mode no later than the final approach fix.
  17. Max. taxi weights
    • 757: 251,000 lbs
    • 767: 409,000lbs (405,000 - aircraft with "light weight gear")
  18. Maximum Takeoff weights
    • 757: 250,000 lbs
    • 767: 408,000 (404,000 - aircraft with "light weight gear")
  19. Maximum landing weight
    • 757: 210,000lbs
    • 767: 326,000 lbs
  20. Mximum zero fuel weight
    • 757: 200,000 lbs
    • 767: 309,000 lbs
  21. Ignition:
    Ignition shall be on for takeoff and landing:
    Continuous ignition shall be on for flight in severe turbulence
  22. Reverse Thrust:
    Reverse thrust is restricted to ground use only. Backing the airplane with use of reverse thrust is not permitted
  23. Minimum Turning Radius
    767: At 180 degree turn on a 150' wide runway is not authorized.
  24. 767
    Use of wing anti-ice for flameout protection is only required
    during descent in incing conditions at or below 22,000 ft.
  25. Max zero Fuel wt
    • 757- 200,000
    • 767- 309,000
    • winglet 312,300
  26. 767 with winglets

    The LAS is installed to preserve the long-term  life of the wing structure.  Don no override the system in normal operations.  Even in some:
    non-normal situations (rapid depressurization), the system should not be overriddden.
  27. 767 with winglets

    If aircraft gross weight is over:
    340,000 lbs and speed brake lever is beyond 50%, do no exceed 320 kts.

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