ABX Air B-767 Limitations

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  1. Runway slope
    ± 2%
  2. Max operating altitude
    43,100 ft. pressure altitude
  3. Max T/O & Ldg altitude
    8,400 ft. pressure altitude
  4. Max T/O & Ldg tailwind
    15 knots
  5. Max Demonstrated crosswind TO and LDG
    29 knots
  6. Turbulent air penetration speed
    290 KIAS/.78 Mach
  7. Flap Extension Maximum altitude
    20,000
  8. FUEL USAGE I (No Center Tank Fuel)
    Use tank-to engine fuel for takeoff and landing with all operable main tank fuel pumps on and crossfeed valve(s) closed. Open crossfeed valve(s) for minimum fuel operations or to correct/prevent fuel imbalance.
  9. FUEL USAGE II (Fuel In Center Tank)
    Use the center tank fuel for all operations with all operable boost pumps ON and crossfeed valve(s) closed until the center tank is depleted, then use FUEL USAGE I. Open crossfeed valve(s) for minimum fuel operations or to correct/prevent fuel imbalance.
  10. Intentional dry running of a _______ is prohibited.
    center tank fuel pump (CTR L FUEL PUMP or CTR R FUEL PUMP message displayed on EICAS)
  11. If a center tank fuel pump fails with ample fuel in the center tank, accomplish the __________
    • FUEL PUMP Non-Normal Procedure
    • Note: B767 aircraft with center tank fuel pumps deactivated (inop): No fuel may be in the center tank for dispatch except that which drains from the fuel line manifold into the center tank following each fueling operation. (See Chap. 4, Sec. 2; Fuel System Operations)
  12. When fueling, load _____ equally within balance limits. If _______ are full and more fuel is required, load the __________.
    • main tanks
    • main tanks
    • center tank (if activated)
  13. Center tank fuel (applicable only to aircraft with activated center tank fuel system): Maximum of _______ pounds of fuel may be loaded in the center tank with less than full wing tanks, provided __________________.
    • 22,050
    • the weight of the fuel in the center tank plus actual Zero Fuel Weight does not exceed Maximum Zero Fuel Weight, and balance limits are observed. Fuel must be used in accordance with FUEL USAGE II.
  14. On takeoff, do not engage CMD mode below _________.
    400 feet AGL
  15. Starter Operation: B767 GE CF6
    Engine Normal Duty Cycle:____________
    Extended Duty Cycle:________________
    • Normal: Five (5) minutes ON, followed by one and one half (1½) minutes OFF
    • Extended:
    • 1) Five (5) minutes ON, followed by one and one half (1½) minutes OFF.
    • 2) Two (2) consecutive five (5) minute cycles require a ten (10) minute cooling period before additional five (5) minute cycles.
  16. Starter Re-engagement
    • 0% N2 Recommended starter Re-engagement.
    • 0-20% N2 Permissible starter Re-engagement.
    • 21-30% N2 Permissible for purging or to clear a fire. Re-engagement above 30% N2 may result in starter or gearbox damage.
    • Note: A logbook entry is required whenever the starter is reengaged above 20% N2.
  17. Continuous ignition shall be on for ____________
    flight in severe turbulence
  18. Reverse thrust is for ______ only. Intentional election of reverse thrust ______ is prohibited.
    • ground
    • use in flight
  19. On the ground, _______ the airplane with use of ________ is prohibited.
    • Backing
    • reverse thrust
  20. When is engine anti-ice required on ground and take off?
    • 10° C OAT or below
    • Visible moisture:
    • precipitation, visibility < 1 mile, RVR <5000 Temp/Dewpoint spread < 3° C.
    • Runway and/or taxiway is contaminated with standing water, slush, or snow.
  21. When is engine anti-ice required for climb and cruise?
    • From 10° C TAT to -40° C SAT
    • Visible moisture present or anticipated.
  22. When is engine anti-ice required for descent?
    • Less than 10° C TAT including SAT less than -40°C
    • Visible moisture present or anticipated.
  23. When is wing anti ice required on descent?
    • At or below 22,000 ft
    • less than 10° C TAT including SAT less than -40°C
    • Visible Moisture.
  24. Flap placard speeds VFE (B-767-200):
    • 1 = 240
    • 5 = 220
    • 15 = 210
    • 20 = 195
    • 25 = 190
    • 30 = 162
  25. Flap placard speeds VFE (B-767-300):
    • 1 = 250
    • 5 = 230
    • 15 = 210
    • 20 = 210
    • 25 = 180
    • 30 = 170
  26. Maximum winds for autoland:
    • Headwind 25 kts
    • Crosswind 25 kts
    • Tailwind 15 kts.
  27. Use of ______ with autopilot engaged is prohibited.
    aileron trim
  28. Autoland not authorized when aircraft weight exceeds _______________.
    max landing weight
  29. APU starter duty cycle is ___________
    3 start attempts (maximum) followed by 60 minutes to let the temperature of the starter decrease.
  30. Landing Gear placard speeds (normal):
    • Retract VLO = 270
    • Extend VLO = 270 MLO = .82
    • Extended VLE = 270 MLE = .82
  31. Landing gear extended with alternate system
    • VLO=250
    • MLO=.75
  32. Max engine oil temp (GE CF6)
    Continuous: _______
    Temp: _____ for _____ min
    • 160
    • 175 for 15 min
  33. Min engine oil pressure (GE CF6):
    10 psi
  34. Min engine oil quantity for dispatch (GE CF6)
    17 quarts
  35. Maximum wind for main cargo door operation ______.
    Maximum wind with main cargo door open (static) _______.
    • 40 knots
    • 60 knots
  36. The maximum allowable in-flight difference between Captain and First Officer altitude displays for RVSM operation is ______
    200 feet
  37. The maximum allowable on-the-ground differences between Captain and First Officer altitude displays for RVSM operation are:
    • Field Elevation///Max Diff between Capt & F/O///Max Diff between Capt or F/O & Field Elevation
    • Sea Level /// 40 feet /// 75 feet
    • 5,000 feet /// 45 feet /// 75 feet
    • 10,000 feet /// 50 feet /// 75 feet
  38. Maximum allowable fuel imbalance between the left and right main tanks for all operations:
    • Fuel Imbalance (pounds) ///// Main Tank Fuel Load (pounds)
    • 2,500 /// 48,000 or less
    • Linear reduction to 1,500 //// 48,000 to 79,800
    • 1,500 /// Greater than 79,800
  39. Maximum tank fuel temperature
    49°C
  40. Minimum fuel tank temperatures:
    3°C above the freezing point of the fuel being use
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ABX Air B-767 Limitations
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