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ADVERTENCIA: La información contenida en la siguientes flashcards esta basada en los manuales FCOM, FCTM y AFM.

El propósito de estas cartas es proporcionar una forma amigable y didactica de aprender y estudiar las limitaciones del Boeing 787-8.

Al no ser un documento oficial, siempre verifique los manuales vigentes.

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Maximum Runway Slope

+/- 2%

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# Maximum Takeoff and Landing Tailwind Component

15 knots

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Maximum Operating Altitude

43.100 feet pressure altitude

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Maximum Takeoff and Landing Altitude

14.000 feet pressure altitude

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Do Not Operate HF radios when _____________ ?

Refueling

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Do not fly in __________ airspace on ISFD alone.

RVSM

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Maximum crosswind for takeoff

35 knots

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Maximum crosswind for landing

33 knots

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# Severe turbulent air penetration speed

• 290 KIAS below 25,000 feet

• 310 KIAS/.84 Mach (whichever is lower) at and above 25,000 feet

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# Avoid weather radar operation in a hangar, or within ________________ of fueling operations or a fuel spill.

50 feet (15.25 meters)

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Maximum allowable difference between Captain's or First Officer's altitude display and field elevation

75 feet

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Maximum Taxi Weight

228.383 Kilograms

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Maximum Takeoff Weight

227.930 Kilograms

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Maximum Landing Weight

172.365 Kilograms

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Maximum Zero Fuel Weight

161.025 Kilograms

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# The autopilot must not be engaged below a minimum engage altitude of ___________ AGL after takeoff

200 feet

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Maximum autoland altitude capability

8.400 feet

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# Without LAND 2 or LAND 3 annunciated, the autopilot must be disengaged below _____________

100 feet

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# With LAND 2 or LAND 3 annunciated and glideslope angles greater than 3.25 degrees, the autopilot must be disengaged below _______________

100 feet AGL

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# Maximum wind component speeds when takeoff weather minima are predicated on HUD takeoff operations:

• HW-25 knots
• XW-20 knots
• TW-15 knots

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# Maximum wind component speeds when landing weather minima are predicated on autoland operations

• HW-25 knots
• XW-25 knots
• TW-15 knots

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# Maximum wind component speeds when landing CAT II/III (OPSPECS)

• HW-25 knots
• XW-25 knots (OPSPECS FAA C060 15 knots)
• TW-15 knots

Información modificada recientemente de acuerdo a OPSPECS, la información del GPA y Manual CAT 2/3 se encuentra desactualizada. Tener en cuenta que la limitante de XW se ve afectada de acuerdo a la condición de pista, si esta es Medium/poor (Slush/Snow) XW limit es 17 knots.

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# Maximum Glideslope Angle for Automatic Landing

3.25 degrees

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# Minimum Glideslope Angle for Automatic Landing

2.5 degrees

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Autoland capability may be used with flaps _______________, with both engines operative or with one engine inoperative

20, 25 or 30

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# Do not use FLCH on final approach below ______________

1.000 feet AFE

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# Oil temperature must be greater than ________for engine start.

-40° C

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# Intentional selection of reverse thrust in flight, and backing the airplane with use of reverse is _______________?

PROHIBITED

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During ground ops. Limit the engine to taxi power with a tailwind component and total wind greater than __________

42 knots