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1

During a single engine auto land what are the reverse thrust limitations?

Utilize both thrust levers and not more than Idle reverse thrust

2

Crews should not takeoff if the brake temperature exceeds____with the brake fans on or _____with the brake fans off.

150 degrees, 300 degrees

3

Max operating altitude

39,000 feet

4

Max gear retraction speed

220 KIAS

5

Max difference between CA and FO PFDs inflight

200 feet

6

Maximum tailwind for automatic approach, landing and roll-out A319 Sharklet?

5 knts

7

Max landing gear extension altitude

25,000 feet

8

Maximum altitude for APU bleed air?

20,000 feet

9

Maximum crosswind for automatic approach, landing and rollout (other than CAT II/III)

20 knots

10

Max tailwind for landing (sharklet)

15 knots

11

Descend at no more than ______ fpm below 2000 ft AGL.

2,000 feet per minute

12

Do not attempt a 180 degree turn on a surface less than____feet wide (A319/320) or____feet wide (A321)

100, 105

13

Descend at no more than ______ feet per minute below 1,000 feet AGL

1,000 feet per minute.

14

Turbulence penetration speed (A321) below 20,000 feet.

270 KIAS

15

If CAT III single or CAT III dual is annunciated on the FMA, the autopilot must be off by?

80 feet

16

Mmo

.82 Mach

17

Maximum tailwind for automatic approach, landing and rollout (Non-Sharklet 319s and all 320/321)

10 knots
319 - 5 knots Config 3

18

After landing run the engines at idle for____minutes to allow the engines to stabilize before shutting down the #2 engine.

3 minutes.

19

During a Non-ILS approach the autopilot must be off by?

250 feet AGL

20

Minimum height for autopilot engagement

100 feet AGL if SRS is indicated

21

Operate engines for at least____minutes prior to applying takeoff thrust. The warm up can be reduced to____minutes if the engines have been shutdown for____minutes or less.

5 minutes, 3 minutes, 90 minutes

22

Max operating altitude with slats or flaps/slats extended

20,000 feet

23

Maximum wind to takeoff and landing

50 knots

24

Turbulence penetration speed (A319/320) below 20,000 feet.

250 KIAS

25

Minimum oil quantity for dispatch

13 quarts
14 quarts for the NX

26

When do we use brake fans after landing?

If the brake temperature appears likely to exceed 400 degrees.

27

What is the maximum rate of climb speed for the A319/320? A321?

260 KIAS
280 KIAS

28

Turbulence penetration speed (A319/320) at or above 20,000 feet.

275 KIAS/ .76 Mach

29

Max tailwind for landing (non-sharklet)

10 knots

30

Max taxi speed

30 knots