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1

Maximum landing tailwind component is _____ kts.

15

2

Maximum takeoff tailwind component is _____ kts.

15

3

Maximum operating altitude is _____.

41,000'

4

Maximum takeoff and landing altitude is _____ ft.

8400

5

Maximum Turbulence Penetration airspeed is

280 KIAS/ .76 M

6

With engine bleed air switches _____ do not operate the air conditioning packs in _____ for takeoff, approach or landing.

ON/ HIGH

7

Engine TAI must be ON when icing conditions exist or anticipated except during climb or cruise below _____.

-40 degrees SAT

8

Do not engage the autopilot below _____ AGL on takeoff.

1000'

9

For single channel ILS operation during approach the autopilot shall not remain engaged below _____ feet AGL.

50'

10

For manually flown HGS AIII approach, the autopilot shall not remain engaged below _____ AGL.

500'

11

Use of aileron trim with autopilot engaged is _____.

prohibited.

12

Operated the engines for a minimum of _____ minutes prior to takeoff.

3

13

Operate engines at or near idle (taxi thrust acceptable) for a minimum of _____ minutes prior to shutdown.

3

14

Maximum time limit for Takeoff Thrust assuming normal takeoff with both engines operating is _____ minutes.

5

15

Maximum time limit for Takeoff Thrust in the event of loss of engine thrust during takeoff is _____ minutes.

10

16

ENGINE START Switches must be in the CONT position for _____. (3 answers)

takeoff, landing, anti-ice operation

17

Maximum start EGT is _____ degrees.

725

18

ENGINE START Switches must be in the FLT position for _____.

operation in severe turbulence.

19

Minimum engine start pressure at sea level is _____ psi.

30

20

Engine Starter Duty Cycle (normal starts) - limit each start attempt to a maximum of _____.

2 minutes.

21

Intentional use of reverse thrust in flight is _____.

prohibited.

22

Maximum altitude for APU operation with electrical loads is _____ feet.

41,000

23

Maximum altitude for APU operation with bleed loads only is _____feet.

17,000

24

Maximum operating altitude for the APU is _____ feet.

41,000

25

Maximum altitude for APU operation with both bleed and electrical loads is _____ feet.

10,000

26

Close the APU bleed valve when _____. (3)

Ground air connected and isolation valve open
Engine No 1 Bleed Valve open with No 1 engine running
Isolation Valve and Engine No 2 Bleed Valve open with Engine No 2 running

27

Maximum flap extension altitude if _____ feet.

20,000

28

Do not deploy speed brakes in flight at radio altitudes less than _____ feet.

1000

29

Random fuel imbalance must not exceed _____ lbs for taxi, takeoff, flight, or landing.

1000

30

Minimum fuel temperature is ______ unless actual fuel freeze point is known.

-37 degrees C