General Limitations A319/20/21 Flashcards Preview

Frontier Airlines Study guide > General Limitations A319/20/21 > Flashcards

Flashcards in General Limitations A319/20/21 Deck (26)
Loading flashcards...
1

The use of AP or FD in ____ ___or _____ mode is not permitted inside the _____ or below _____ ft AGL on a visual approach?

The use of AP or FD in OPEN DES or DES mode is not permitted inside the FAF or below 1000 ft AGL on a visual approach?

2

What are the engine starter duty cycle limitations?

A320 NEO

3 starts with 60 sec intervals followed by 15 mins

Max Starter reengagement RPM 63% N2

A319/20/21 CEO

4 starts with 20 sec intervals followed by 15 mins

Max Starter reengagement RPM 20% N2

 

Note: All aircraft a standard start includes upto 3 attempts which equals one cycle

3

What is the max altitude for an APU start using normal electrics? A=

What is the max altitude to use the APU to supply electrical power with one pack operating? B=

What is the max altitude to use the APU for an engine start? C=

What is the max altitude to use the APU to supply electrical power with both packs operating? D=

APU start using normal electrics 39.000 feet 

One pack operation with electrics = 22,500 feet

For engine start = 20,000 feet

Two pack operation with electrics = 15,000 feet

4

What is considered a narrow runway?

A narrow runway is any runway less than 148ft/45m wide.

5

Are you permitted to use the APU if the LOW OIL LEVEL advisory is displayed on the ECAM?

When is a maintenance action required? Is a logbook entry required?

Yes. 

 

MX Action required within 10 hours of APU operation.

 

Logbook entry is NOT required but informing MX of the issue at the time of the incident is required.

 

6

Autolands are approved for CONF 3 and CONF FULL. What configuration is recommended for all autolands? and why?

CONF FULL which improves the forward slant range visibility.

7

Is taxi with deflated tires permitted?

Yes..

Given certain conditions are satisfied. However, taxiing the aircraft with deflated tires should only be done if absolutely necessary and all other means of moving the aircraft have been exhausted.

8

What is the MAX airport elevation for an autoland?

 

A319/20 = 9200 feet

A321 = 5750 feet

9

What is the minimum oil temp to start the engines?

-40C

10

What is the minimum fuel for takeoff?

3,300 lbs

WING TK LO LVL warning must NOT be displayed on ECAM 

11

Autolands are not authorized on runways less than ____ feet wide?

Autolands are not authorized on runways less than 150 feet wide?

12

What is the APU starter duty cycle limits?

3 attempts with a cooling time of

60 seconds between attemtps and

60 mins cooling time once the 3 attempts have occured

13

When should you use LOW vs. Medium autobrakes for an autoland?

 

Are autobarkes required for all CAT III approaches?

Runway 8000 feet or longer = LOW or MED autobrake

Runway 8000 feet or shorter = MED autobrake

 

YES (if available)

14

What are the autoland wind limitations? Note: These limitations are also located on the CAT II/III briefing card.

A319

HXT = 20/15/5

A320/21

HXT = 30/15/10

 

Wind Correction Vls 5/15 kts (all aircraft)

 

15

Are you permitted to start the APU during refueling?

 

If a fuel spill occurs and the APU is running, what should you do?

YES. You can start the APU during refuel however if the APU fails to start or in the case of an AUTO shutdown DO NOT TRY AND RESTART.

If a fuel spill occurs and the APU is running perfrom a normal shutdown.

16

Is takeoff with center tank fuel supplying the engines permitted?

NO

17

What is VMO/MMO for the A319/320/321?

VMO350kts and/or MMO.82M

18

What conditions must be satisfied to conduct an autoland approach?

• CAT II/III runway

• CAT II/III aircraft

• CAT II/III trained crew

• Appropriate ground facilities operational

• Wind within limits

• Braking action medium or better

19

If one or more of the autoland requirements cannot be met, may an approach still be conducted if the weather is below ½ mile or 2400 RVR?

Yes.

If one of the autoland requirements cannot be met (e.g. strong crosswind), a non-autoland CAT I approach may be conducted down to our lowest authorized CAT I minimums (i.e., 1800 RVR or as published).

20

Autolands are prohibited if braking action is reported less than _______?

MEDIUM

21

What is the minimum/maximum pressure altitude for takeoff and landing?

 

 

-2000 feet

+9200 feet

22

Is the use of APU bleed air for wing anti-ice permitted?

NO

23

What is the maximum speed

That the landing gear may be retracted (VLO Retraction)?

That the landing gear may be extended (VLO Extension)?

 With the landing gear extended (VLE Extended)?

(VLO Retraction) 220/.54M

(VLO Extension)? 250/.60M

(VLE Extended)? 280/.67M

24

What is the minimum runway width for takeoff and landing?

For most of F9 aircraft

148 feet (45M)

 

221 227 228 229 aircraft can land on runways with a width of 100 feet (30M)

25

What is the Maximum Operational Pressure Altitude?

39,800 feet

26

What are the flight maneuvering load acceleration limits?

Clean -1.0g to + 2.5g

Dirty 0.0g to 2.0g