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  1. 6.1.12 Minimum Runway Widths:


    AA policy is that the standard runway widths for all aircraft types is _______ .
    148 feet.
  2. No person may dispatch or takeoff an airplane unless it has enough
    fuel –
    • To fly to the airport to which it is dispatched,
    • Thereafter, to fly to and land at the most distant alternate airport (where required)
    • Thereafter, to fly for 45 minutes at normal cruising fuel consumption
  3. 6.3.1 Takeoff Alternate:

    A takeoff alternate is required, and must be shown in the dispatch
    release if:
    The weather conditions at the departure airport are below the lowest active approach minimums that can be flown to an engine out landing, OR

    Runway lights are inoperative
  4. 6.3.1 Takeoff Alternate:

    The takeoff alternate must be within ____ miles
    330 NM
  5. 6.3.3 Conditions Requiring a Domestic Destination Alternate:

    + or - one hour from ETA:
    • < 2000 ft ceiling; visibility < 3 miles.
    • Conditions in excess of the “Landing Wind Limits” including gusts,
    • Icy or slippery runways.
    • Snow or slush on the runway exceeding 1/2"
    • Volcanic ash.
    • "Other" conditions
  6. 8.2.6 Crosswind Limits for Takeoff:
    30 kts
  7. 8.2.11 Takeoff Legality Table:

    NO LESS THAN RVR 5000 (1500m) 
    OR 1 Mile Visibility (1600 meters).

    Required visibility reports:
    • RVR: TDZ Report (Controlling)  OR
    • Reported Visibility
  8. 8.2.11 Takeoff Legality Table:
    NO LESS THAN RVR 1600
    or 1/4 Mile Visibility ...
    required reports:
    • RVR: TDZ (Controlling). (If TDZ INOP, MID Substitution OK),  OR
    • Reported VIS
  9. 8.2.11 Takeoff Legality Table:

    NO LESS THAN
    TDZ: RVR 1200
    MID: RVR 1200
    R/O: RVR 1000
    • ANY 2: TDZ, MID, or R/O
    • All available reports are controlling
  10. 8.2.11 Takeoff Legality Table:

    TDZ: RVR 1000
    MID: RVR 1000
    R/O: RVR 1000
    ANY 2: TDZ, MID, or Rollout.

    All available reports are controlling
  11. 8.2.11 Takeoff Legality Table:

    NO LESS THAN
    TDZ: RVR 500
    MID: RVR 500
    R/O: RVR 500
    ANY 2:  TDZ, MID, or R/O.

    All available reports are controlling
  12. 8.2.13 Turns After Takeoff:

    The minimum turn altitude after takeoff is_______ ft unless a specifically cited turn altitude of not less than _______feet is listed in the Ops Advisory pages of Flight Manual Part II.
    • 400 feet AFL
    • Not less than 100 ft AFL
  13. 9.2.4 Holding Procedures (Domestic)

    Maximum holding speeds for civil turbojet aircraft:
    Up to 6000' _____KIAS.
    6001'- 14,000' _____KIAS. may be restricted to ______
    Above 14,000'_____KIAS
    • 200 KIAS
    • 230 KIAS; 210 KIAS
    • 265 KIAS
  14. 9.2.4 Holding Procedures (Domestic)

    Timing: When holding at or below 14,000', the inbound leg will
    be flown for _____.
    1 minute
  15. 9.2.4 Holding Procedures (Domestic)

    When holding above 14,000', the inbound leg will be flown for ______
    1 1/2 minutes
  16. 10.3.4 Category II Approaches:

    RVR 1000 feet (300 meters) - Use of published CAT II minima as low as RVR 1000 is authorized (by Ops Spec C059) with the following provisions:
    Approach MUST be flown using autoland
  17. 10.3.4 Category II Approaches: Reduced Light Requirements.

    Ops Spec C059 authorizes the use of charted CAT II ILS approaches without installed ALSF / HIALS approach lights (MALSR, acceptable substitute), noninstalled TDZ, and / or non-installed centerline lights (HIRL always required); You must fly an ______ approach.
    Autoland Approach
  18. 10.3.4 Category II Approaches:

    INSTALLED BUT INOPERATIVE Lights:
    If TDZ or CL Lights are inoperative on a CAT II instrument approach runway, Ops Spec C059 authorizes the use of the approach with the procedural provision:
    Approach must be flown using autoland
  19. 5.1.7Cockpit Oxygen:
     
    If for any reason at any time it is necessary for one pilot to leave his station at the controls of the airplane when operating at flight altitudes above FL ______, the remaining pilot at the controls shall put on and use his oxygen mask until the other pilot has returned to his duty station. (14 CFR 121.333,c,(3))
    FL 250
  20. 5.1.7Cockpit Oxygen: 
    When operating at cabin altitudes above _____ft, each member of the flight deck crew shall use supplemental oxygen. (14 CFR 121.329 & IOSA FLT 3.11.49)
    10,000 ft
  21. 5.1.13 Onboard Internet Access:
    GO GO Internet service is not available on the ground. In-flight use of GO GO Internet Service (is/is not) authorized in the cockpit.
    IS NOT!
  22. 5.3.16 High Speed Rejected Takeoff:

    If a rejected takeoff is executed above _____ knots, a maintenance inspection is required. Make an E6 Logbook entry stating that a high speed rejected takeoff was executed. Include the following parameters in the write-up: (there are two)
    80 kts

    • Fastest estimated speed attained AND
    • Aircraft gross weight.
  23. 8.2.3Takeoff Briefing:

    The Captain will conduct a takeoff briefing at the gate and include, as a minimum:

    (two items)

    And if appropriate:  (six items)
    • Designate pilot-flying 
    •  Rejected takeoff considerations

    And if appropriate: 

    • Departure procedure (required only if not covered previously) 
    • Airport specific engine failure profile 
    • Takeoff alternate 
    • Takeoff weather conditions 
    • Runway surface conditions 
    • Terrain considerations 
    • Any other variables associated
  24. 8.2.6  Crosswind Limits for Takeoff:

    A. The maximum demonstrated crosswinds below are not AFM limitations. However, winds at or near these values with higher gusts should be considered operationally unacceptable.
    MD80 crosswind limit is 30kts

    NOTE: The Captain may choose to further reduce these limits based on such factors as gust velocity, runway width / length, braking action and weather.
  25. 8.2.6 Crosswind Limits for Takeoff:

    Except in an emergency, takeoff operations will be suspended whenever peak wind values exceed _____knots.
    50 Kts
  26. 8.2.7 Line Up and Wait:
    A. Pilots shall not hold for takeoff on the runway for more than _____minutes without direct communication with ATC.
    Do not shut down engines on an active runway. For extended delays, obtain clearance and taxi clear of the runway.
    TWO minutes
  27. 8.2.12 Tail Strike During Takeoff
    If a tail strike is suspected during takeoff:

    (two items)
    • the aircraft should NOT be pressurized AND
    • a landing should be made as soon as practical at the nearest suitable airport.
  28. 8.2.13  Turns After Takeoff
    The minimum turn altitude after takeoff is ___feet AFL unless a specifically cited turn altitude of not less than _____feet is listed in the Ops Advisory pages of Flight Manual Part II.
    • 400 ft
    • 100 ft
  29. 9.1.6 Airspeed / ETA Update Reports to ATC. ATC should be advised at any time the average true airspeed at cruise altitude varies or may vary from that given in the flight plan by +/- _____%.
    Any ETA change of _____ minutes or more must be updated with ATC.
    • +/- 5 percent
    • three minutes or more
  30. 9.2.4 Holding Procedures (Domestic). Maximum holding speeds for civil turbojet aircraft:

    1. At 6000 feet or less: ____KIAS.
    2. Above 6000 through 14,000 feet: ____KIAS. (May be restricted to 210 KIAS when depicted on a low altitude enroute chart
    3. Above 14,000 feet: _____ KIAS.
    •  200 KIAS
    •  230 KIAS
    •  265 KIAS
  31. 9.2.4  Holding Procedures (Domestic)

    When holding at or below 14,000 feet MSL, the inbound leg will be flown for _____ minute.
    When holding above 14,000 feet MSL, the inbound leg will be flown for _____ minutes

    • one minute
    • 1 1/2 minutes
  32. 10.7.2 Runway Conditions - Landing
    A. The following conditions make the runway unfit for landing EXCEPT in an emergency:
    • Pools of water (accumulations of more than ½ inch).
    • Wet snow or slush (accumulations of more than ½ inch).
    • Chunks of hardened snow or ice.
    • "Braking action NIL" is reported.
  33. 10.3.1 General ILS Approach Information
    Do not use AUTOLAND on a runway that:
    (two conditions)
    • Is unusable inside the runway threshold OR
    • Is unusable for rollout guidance
  34. MEMORY ITEM
    Do NOT conduct an AUTOLAND if:
    (six items)
    • Align (ALN) mode is not displayed on FMA by 100 feet radio altitude.
    • Either engine becomes inoperative at an altitude greater than 50 feet above runway.
    • Automatic Ground Spoilers are not armed and operational.
    • Any unusual control position or other abnormal conditions exists in the manual flight control system.
    • RUDDER CONTROL MANUAL Light is illuminated.
    • Landing overweight.
  35. Autopilot (AFM)
    Do not conduct a coupled (ILS or AUTOLAND) approach if AP TRIM light is illuminated in excess of_______seconds after airplane is stabilized and tracking glide slope.
    THREE seconds
  36. Automatic Landings – Requirements for Making:
    ____ knots Max Headwind
    ____ knots Max Tailwind
    ____ knots Max Crosswind
    • 25 knots Maximum Headwind
    • 10 knots Maximum Tailwind
    • 15 knots Maximum Crosswind (may be further reduced by FM Part I ),
  37. 10.4.2 Legality Table Ball Notes
    RVR (IS or IS NOT) required when visibility is ½ mile or greater, but if reported, ________must be used. (Far End, if reporting, may substitute for R/O, but otherwise F/E is only advisory.)

    RVR is NOT required, however MUST be used if reported
  38. 10.3.14 Periodic Practice Use of Autoland

    B. Autolands may be conducted to CAT I / II / III designated runways provided:  (4 items + 1 item cross referenced in italics)
    • The procedure does not have a chart note or NOTAM which renders the localizer unusable inside the runway threshold.  ie  localizer IS usable beyond the runway threshold...
    • Localizer is available for rollout guidance.
    • The localizer is not offset.
    • If conducting an autoland on a CAT I only runway, the runway is not contaminated.
    • Actual CAT II or CAT III approaches must be conducted on CAT II or CAT III runways, as appropriate.
  39. 10.3.14 Periodic Practice Use of Autoland

    C. Sterile areas will NOT be protected if the weather is better than  ____ ft ceiling / ____miles visibility.
    • 800'  ceiling
    • 2 miles visibility
  40. 10.4   APPROACH LEGALITY TABLE

    10.4.1  Do not continue approach if the controlling RVR(s) are reporting less than the required minima prior to passing the _____. If reported visibility decreases below required controlling value after passing the ______, the approach may be continued to the missed approach point.
    Final Approach Fix / Final Approach Point (FAF/FAP)
  41. 10.4.1 All Fleets Approach Legality Table

    CAT I Non-ILS Approaches
    The autopilot and pilot-flying flight director must be used for:
    • All Non-ILS approaches when reported ceiling is less than ______or visibility is less than ______
    • 1000' AGL
    • 3 miles vis
  42. 10.4.2 Legality Table Ball Notes
    CAT I ILS approaches to runways without TDZ and/or CL lights must be flown using the following guidance:
    EITHER flight director OR Autopilot
  43. 10.4.2 Legality Table Ball Notes:
    CAT II ILS approaches must be flown using autoland or HUD Mode to touchdown for the following conditions: (three conditions)
    • Charted CAT II approach with MALSR instead of ALSF or HAILS approach lights and/or without TDZ or CL lights.
    • CAT II approach to runway with inoperative TDZ or CL.
    • Charted CAT II approach with RVR 1000 minimums.
  44. 10.4.2 Legality Table Ball Notes: The "Oh Canada" glitch...
    For Canada, to start CAT II ILS approach, TDZ and R/O must report RVR________or better and a MID transmissometer must report RVR_______ or better.
    • TDZ and R/O RVR 1200 or better
    • MID RVR 600 or better
  45. 10.7 LANDING LIMITATIONS
    Except in an emergency, landings will not be initiated whenever peak wind values exceed ______ knots.
    50 knots
  46. 10.7 LANDING LIMITATIONS
    Crosswind Landing consideration:
    Braking action reported FAIR _________ knots
    VIS less than 4000 RVR 3/4 mile vis _______knots
    Braking action reported POOR _____ knots
    • 20 knots
    • 15 knots
    • 10 knots
  47. 10.7 LANDING LIMITATIONS
    The following conditions make the runway unfit for landing except in an emergency: (four conditions)
    • Pools of water (accumulations of more than ½ inch).
    • Wet snow or slush (accumulations of more than ½ inch).
    • Chunks of hardened snow or ice.
    • "Braking action NIL" is reported.
  48. 10.7 LANDING LIMITATIONS
    A runway is considered dry when there is no report of snow, slush, ice, or water and no more than the following weather conditions are reported for the airport concerned: (four very stupid items)
    • Scattered showers in the area.
    • Intermittent drizzle of no greater than moderate intensity.
    • Intermittent light rain with surface temperature above freezing.
    • Light snow with surface temperatures below -2°C.
  49. 10.7.3 Touchdown Zone defined as:
    The first _________ feet of the runway beginning at the threshold.
    The first 3000 feet of the runway
  50. 10.7.4 Desired Touchdown Point
    The desired Touchdown Point is within the first ____________feet beyond the landing threshold.
    800 to 1500 feet beyond the landing threshold.

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