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  1. Minimum altitude for autopilot
    engagement after takeoff.
    • 250 feet
    • AGL.
  2. Minimum altitude for autopilot
    disengagement during non-ILS
    approach.
    50 feet below DA/MDA.
  3. During single channel ILS
    approaches, the autopilot must be
    disengaged before the aircraft
    descends.
    below 100 feet AGL.
  4. Use of aileron trim with autopilot
    engaged is.
    prohibited.
  5. Maximum allowable wind speeds
    during autoland operations are listed
    in the table below
    • Headwind 25 knots
    • Crosswind 25 knots
    • Tailwind 10 knots
  6. Maximum glideslope angle during
    autoland
    3.25
  7. Minimum glideslope angle during
    autoland:
    2.5
  8. An autoland may only be
    accomplished with flaps.
    25 or 30.
  9. Continuous ignition must be ON
    when encountering:
    • – Heavy rain
    • – Severe turbulence
    • – Volcanic ash
    • – Icing conditions
    • – Standing water or slush on
    • runway
    • NOTE: Continuous ignition is
    • automatically provided when
    • nacelle anti-ice is ON.
  10. Engine Limit Display Markings
    • The engine limit display markings on
    • EICAS must be used to determine
    • compliance with the maximum and
    • minimum limits and precautionary
    • ranges. If EICAS markings show
    • more conservative limits than those
    • specified in this section, the limit
    • markings displayed on EICAS must
    • be observed
  11. Do not extend flaps above
    20,000 feet.
  12. FUEL SYSTEM
    • Do not reset a tripped fuel pump
    • circuit breaker
  13. Center Wing Tank (CWT) fuel pumps must
    be off for taxi, takeoff and climb unless
    CWT contains at least how much fuel?
    17,000 pounds of fuel.
  14. If the FUEL LOW CTR L or R
    message is displayed, both CWT
    override/jettison pumps must be
    selected?
    Off
  15. If the FUEL PRESS CTR L or R
    message is displayed, the
    corresponding CWT override/jettison
    pump must be selected
    Off
  16. Fuel system warning
    • DO NOT CYCLE CWT
    • PUMP SWITCHES FROM
    • ON TO OFF TO ON WITH
    • ANY CONTINUOUS LOW
    • PRESSURE INDICATION
    • PRESENT
  17. Lateral Fuel Imbalance
    • Lateral fuel imbalance must not
    • exceed 3,000 pounds for main tanks 1
    • and 4.
    • Lateral fuel imbalance must not
    • exceed 6,000 pounds for main tanks 2
    • and 3.
  18. Window heat must be on for all
    normal flight operations
  19. Window heat may be inoperative on one No. 1 or one No. 2 window provided?
    • Operation is not predicated on flights into known or forecast icing, windshield air
    • systems are operative and remaining No. 1 and No. 2 window heat systems are
    • operative.
  20. Do not use Nacelle Anti-Ice (NAI) if OAT or TAT exceeds.
    10c
  21. NAI must be AUTO or ON during all flight operations when icing conditions (as
    indicated in the table below) exist or are?
    Anticipated.
  22. The autopilot or flight director must be
    used during the final approach segment
    down to the DA/MDA for the following
    approaches:
    • GPS and RNAV (GPS) approaches.
    • LOC BC approaches.
    • Any other approach where raw data is
    • not being monitored
  23. Modification of a published GPS or RNAV
    (GPS) approach procedure from the FMC
    NAV database, other than in accordance
    with flight crew procedure or ATC
    clearance is.
    Not Permitted.
  24. The final approach segment lateral route may?
    not be modified.
  25. Unless both FMCs are being updated by
    GPS, one pilot must monitor raw data
    during the final approach segment of?
    VOR and NDB approaches.
  26. Raw data must be monitored
    during VOR and NDB approaches.
    Outside U.S. airspace.
  27. Raw data course guidance must be
    monitored during?
    • ILS (GS out), LOC, LDA
    • and LOC BC approaches.
  28. Maximum operating pressure
    altitude?
    45,100 feet
  29. Maximum takeoff and landing
    pressure altitude?
    10,000 feet
  30. Runway slope limit?
    +2%
  31. Maximum tailwind component,
    takeoff and landing:
    10kts
  32. Maximum demonstrated crosswind,
    takeoff and landing
    30kts
  33. Turbulent air penetration speed
    290-310 KIAS/0.82-0.85M.
  34. Maximum allowable inflight difference between Captain and First Officer PFD altitude
    displays for RVSM operations:
    200ft
  35. Maximum speed operating in RVSM airspace
    0.90M
  36. Maximum Taxi Weight
    878.0 (Freighter) 873.0 (BCF
  37. Maximum Takeoff Weight
    875.0 (Freighter) 870.0 (BCF)
  38. Maximum Inflight Weight, Landing Flaps
    670.0
  39. Maximum Landing Weight
    652.0
  40. Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
    610.0
  41. Minimum Flight Weight
    361.2 (Freighter) 367.5 (BCF
  42. Min Tire speed
    235kts
  43. Landing Gear Operating Speeds
    • Retract or extend: 270 KIAS/0.82M
    • Extended: 320 KIAS/0.82M.
  44. The smoke barrier door must be
    closed during?
    • taxi, takeoff, flight and
    • landing.
  45. Ground wind limits for all doors
    • – 40 knots while opening or closing.
    • – 65 knots while open.

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