B75/76 Limitations

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B75/76 Limitations
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  1. B757 Max Operating Pressure Altitude
    42,000'
  2. B767 Max Operating Pressure Altitude
    43,100'
  3. Max Takeoff and Landing Altitude
    • 8,400'
    • 9,500' (B767 tails: 335UP and higher)
    • 14,000' (B757 tails: 451 thru 470)
  4. Min/Max Runway Slope
    +/- 2%
  5. Max Takeoff and Landing Tail Wind
    10 kts
  6. Turbulent Air Speed
    • 290 kts or .78 mach
    • (Whichever is lower)
  7. Max Demonstrated Crosswind Takeoff and Landing
    • 30 kts
    • (Not Considered Limiting On A Dry Runway With All Engines Operating)
  8. Minimum Turning Radius
    • B767
    • 1800 Turn on a 150' Wide Runway Is Not Authorized.
  9. Maximum Taxi Weights
    • B757- 251,000 lbs
    • B767- 409,000 lbs
    • (405,000 lbs with "light weight gear.")
  10. Maximum Takeoff Weights
    • B757- 250,000 lbs
    • B767- 408,000 lbs
    • (404,000 lbs with "with light weight gear.")
  11. Maximum Landing Weight
    • B757- 210,000 lbs
    • B767- 326, 000 lbs
  12. Max Zero Fuel Weight
    • B757- 200,000 lbs
    • B767- 312,300 lbs
  13. Automatic Flight
    On Takeoff, Do Not Engage Autopilot Below 200' AGL
  14. Flap Extension, Maximum Altitude
    20,000'
  15. Max Temperature for JET A
    490C
  16. Minimum Fuel Tank Temperatures
    • B757
    • -450C or 30C Above The Freezing Point Of The Fuel Being Used (Whichever Is Higher).

    • B767
    • 30C Above The Freezing Point Of The Fuel Being Used
  17. B757 Max Fuel Imbalance Between L and R Main Tanks (All Operations)
    1,800 lbs
  18. B767 Max Fuel Imbalance Between L and R Main Tanks
    • Fuel Imbalance                  Main Tank Fuel Load
    • 2,500 lbs                      48,000 lbs Or Less
    • Linear Reduction
    • To 1,500 lbs                 48,000 to 79,800 lbs
    • 1,500 lbs                     Greater Than 79,800 lbs
  19. (B757)
    The Center Tank Fuel Pumps Must Be Turned OFF For Takeoff If Center Tank Fuel Is Less Than__________ With The Airplane Readied For Initial Taxi.
    5,000 lbs
  20. (B757)
    Both Center Tank Fuel Pumps Must Be Selected OFF When Center Tank Fuel Quantity Reaches Approximately ___________ During Climb, Cruise, Or Descent.
    1,000 lbs
  21. Navigation
    VOR Approaches: One pilot must have raw data from the VOR associated with the approach displayed in the HSI VOR mode no latter than the final approach fix.
  22. Ignition
    Continuous Ignition Shall Be On For Flight In Severe Turbulence.
  23. Reverse Thrust
    Reverse Thrust Is Restricted To Ground Use Only.  Backing The Aircraft With Use Of Reverse Thrust Is Not Permitted.
  24. Minimum Oil Temp For Takeoff
    Pratt and Whitney- 500C
  25. Minimum Oil Temp For Advancing Thrust Levers
    Rolls Royce- 00C

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