Air Canada 787 Limitations

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  1. 787-8 Weight
    • Max Taxi Weight 228 383 KG
    • Max TO Weight 227 930 KG
    • Max Land Weight 172 365 KG
    • Max Zero Fuel Weight 161 025 KG
  2. 787-9 Weight
    • Max Taxi Weight 254 692 KG
    • Max TO Weight 254 011 KG
    • Max Land Weight 192 776 KG
    • Max Zero Fuel Weight 181 436 KG
  3. Derate reduced thrust take off (TO1 & TO2) is prohibited if:
    -Windshear conditions exist below 1500ft AGL.
  4. Assumed Temperature Method (ATM) is always used except when:
    • -Windshear or T° inversion below 1500 AGL.
    • -Residual slush, extensive standing water (pooled), or more than approximately 25% snow or ice cover exists on the center 100 ft of the r/w.
    • -ATM prohibited by Route Manual.
    • -ATM prohibited by MEL.
  5. Maximum differential pressure (relief valve).
    9,9 psi
  6. Maximum allowable cabin P° diff for Take Off and landing.
    0,11 psi
  7. Minimum AP engagement altitude on Take Off.
    200 ft AGL
  8. Without LAND 2-3 annunciated, AP must be disconnected below:
    • 787-8 below 100 ft AGL
    • 787-9 below 135 ft AGL
  9. 787-8 Dimensions.
    • -Wingspan: 197' 3''.  60,1 M.
    • -Length: 186' 1''.  56,7 M.
    • -Height: 55' 6''.  16,9 M.
  10. 787-9 Dimensions.
    • -Wingspan: 197' 3''.  60,1 M.
    • -Length: 206' 1''.  62,8 M.
    • -Height: 55'10''.  17 M.
  11. Autoland limitations.
    • -Headwind: 25 kt.
    • -Tailwind: 10 kt.
    • -Xwind: 25 kt.  AC limit: 15 kt in CAT II-III.
    • -OK for single engine.
    • -LAND 2-3 must be annunciated.
  12. Max flap extension altitude.
    20 000 feet.
  13. 787-8 Flap Placard Speeds.  KIAS.
    • 1 -   250
    • 5 -   230
    • 15 - 215
    • 20 - 210
    • 25 - 180
    • 30 - 170
  14. 787-9 Flap Placard Speeds.  KIAS.
    • 1 -   260
    • 5 -   240
    • 10 - 230
    • 15 - 220
    • 17 - 215
    • 18 - 215
    • 20 - 210
    • 25 - 190
    • 30 - 180
  15. Minimum alt for speed brake deployment on approach.
    800 ft.
  16. Min tank fuel Temp prior to Take Off.
    Not below -29 C.
  17. Max tank fuel temp at Take Off.
    49 C.
  18. Margin above fuel freezing point.
    At least 3 C.
  19. Inflight fuel temp limit.
    65 C.
  20. Fuel Freeze point.
    • -Jet A: -40 C.
    • -Jet A1/JP8: -47 C.
    • -JP 5: -46 C.
  21. Usable Fuel Tank Quantities.  787-8
    • -Main (each): 17 938 KG.
    • -Center: 71 495 KG.
  22. Usable fuel Tank Quantities.  787-9
    • -Main (each): 17 777 KG.
    • -Center:  71 946 KG.
  23. Ground ops in Icing Conditions.
    • -When OAT is 3 C or below.
    • -Run up to 40% N1 for 5 secs every 60 mins.
    • -Up to 50% N1 if high vibrations.
  24. Gear Down speed.  Operating and extended.
    270 KIAS / M .82.
  25. Engine Oil System.
    • -Continuous: 160 C.
    • -15 mins limit: 177 C.
    • -Engine start: -40 C.
    • -Oil Temp must have and indicated increase before acceleration high thrust.
  26. Max Altitude.
    43 100 feet.
  27. Wind limits.
    • 787-8
    • -Tailwind: 15 kt.
    • -Xwind Take Off: 35 kt.
    • -Xwind Landing: 33 kt.
    • 787-9
    • -Tailwind: 10 kt.
    • -Xwind Take Off: 29 kt.
    • -Xwind Landing: 35 kt.
  28. Wet runways.
    • -Covered by moisture, reflective.
    • -TRACE is WET if coverage is more than 25%.
    • -FROST is WET if coverage is more than 25%.
    • -DAMP is WET if coverage is more than 25%.
  29. Contaminated runways.
    • -Covered by standing water, slush or snow.
    • -Coverage is more than 25%.
  30. TO is prohibited if contaminated (abv 25%) by:
    • -Wet Ice.
    • -Water over Ice.
    • -Water over Compacted Snow.
    • -Slush over Ice.
    • -Dry Snow of Wet Snow over Ice.
  31. Maximum amount of SNOW or SLUSH for Take Off.
    • -More than 4 in (102 mm) of light dry snow.
    • -More than 2 in (51 mm) of packed dry snow.
    • -More than 0,5 in (12,7 mm) of slush or wet snow.
  32. 1/4 in slush equivalencies.
    • -Up to 2 in of light dry snow.
    • -Up to 1 in of packed dry snow.
    • -Up to 1/4 in of slush or wet snow.
  33. 1/2 in slush equivalencies.
    • -More than 2 in up to max 4 in of light dry snow.
    • -More than 1 in up to max 2 in of packed dry snow.
    • -More than 1/4 in up to max 1/2 in slush or wet snow.
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Air Canada 787 Limitations
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Limitations for the 787 at Air Canada
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