ABX 767 Limitations & Memory Items

  1. ABORTED ENGINE START
    FUEL CONTROL switch (affected side).....CUTOFF
  2. AIRSPEED UNRELIABLE
    • Autopilot disengage switch.....Push
    • A/T ARM switch.....OFF
    • F/D switches(both).....OFF
    • Set the following gear up pitch attitude and thrust: Flaps extended......10? and 80% N1; Flaps up......4? and 75% N1.
  3. APU FIRE
    APU fire switch.....verify.....Pull, rotate to the stop, and hold for 1 second.
  4. CABIN ALTITUDE
    • Don the oxygen masks.
    • Establish crew communications
  5. DUAL ENGINE FAILURE
    • ENG START selectors (both).....FLT
    • Thrust levers (both).....Close
    • FUEL CONTROL switches (both).....CUTOFF, then RUN
    • If engine appears stalled or EGT approaches the Standby Engine Indicator placard limit: FUEL CONTROL switch.....verify.....CUTOFF, then RUN. If engine appears stalled again or EGT approaches the Standby Engine Indicator placard limit, repeat as necessary.
  6. ENGINE FIRE
    • A/T ARM switch.....OFF
    • Thrust lever (affected side)...verify.....CLOSE
    • FUEL CONTROL switch (affected side)...verify.....CUTOFF
    • Engine fire switch (affected side)...verify.....Pull
    • If the engine fire warning light is illuminated: Engine fire switch (affected side).....Rotate to the stop and hold for 1 second. If after 30 seconds the engine fire warning light stays illuminated: Engine fire switch (affected side).....Rotate to the other stop and hold for 1 second.
  7. ENGINE LIMIT or SURGE or STALL
    • A/T ARM switch.....OFF
    • Thrust lever (affected side)...verify.....retard until engine indications stay within limits or the thrust lever is at idle.
  8. ENGINE SEVERE DAMAGE or SEPARATION
    • A/T ARM switch.....OFF
    • Thrust lever (affected side)...verify.....CLOSE
    • FUEL CONTROL switch (affected side)...verify.....CUTOFF
    • Engine fire switch (affected side)...verify.....Pull
    • If the engine fire warning light is illuminated: Engine fire switch (affected side).....Rotate to the stop and hold for 1 second. If after 30 seconds the engine fire warning light stays illuminated: Engine fire switch (affected side).....Rotate to the other stop and hold for 1 second.
  9. ENGINE TAILPIPE FIRE
    FUEL CONTROL switch (affected side).....CUTOFF
  10. EVACUATION
    Parking brake...Set.....C
  11. RAPID DEPRESSURIZAITON
    • Don the oxygen masks.
    • Establish crew communications
  12. What is the maximum operating pressure altitude of the 767?
    43,100 feet
  13. What is the maximum takeoff and landing pressure altitude for the 767?
    8,400 feet
  14. What is the maximum runway slope allowed for the 767?
    Plus or minus 2%
  15. What is the maximum takeoff and landing tailwind component for all 767s except 219CY, 220CY and 226CY?
    15 knots
  16. What is the maximum takeoff and landing tailwind component for 219CY, 220CY and 226CY?
    10 knots
  17. What is the maximum turbulent air penetration speed of the 767?
    290 knots or Mach .78
  18. What is the maximum demonstrated crosswind during takeoff and landing for the 767?
    29 knots (not considered limiting on a dry runway with all engines operating).
  19. What is the maximum flap extension altitude of the 767?
    20,000 feet.
  20. Describe FUEL USAGE I
    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 corrrect/prevent fuel imbalance.
  21. Describe FUEL USAGE II
    • 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. Intentional dry running of a center tank fuel pump (CTR L FUEL PUMP or CTR R FUEL PUMP message displayed on EICAS) is prohibited. 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.
  22. FUEL LOADING
    • Load main tanks equally within balance limits. If main tanks are full and more fuel is required, load the center tank (if activated).
    • Center tank fuel (applicable only to aircraft with activated center tank fuel system): Maximum of 22,050 pounds of fuel may be loaded in the center tank with less than full wing tanks, provided 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.
  23. What is the minimum fuel temperature allowed on the 767?
    3? above the freezing point of the fuel being used.
  24. What is the maximum fuel tank temperature allowed on the 767?
    49?C
  25. On takeoff, do not engage the autopilot below?
    400 feet AGL.
  26. What is the normal engine starter duty cycle for the GE engine?
    5 minutes ON, followed by 1.5 minutes OFF.
  27. What is the extended engine starter duty cycle for the GE engine?
    • 5 minutes ON, followed by 1.5 minutes OFF.
    • 2 consecutive 5-minute cycles require a 10-minute cooling period before additional 5 minute cycles.
  28. What is the recommended GE engine starter re-engagement N2 speed?
    0% N2
  29. What is the permissible GE engine starter re-engagement N2 speed?
    0-20% N2
  30. What is the permissible GE engine starter re-engagement N2 speed for purging or to clear a fire?
    • 21-30% N2. Re-engagement above 30% N2 may result in starter or gearbox damage.
    • Note: A logbook entry is required whenever the starter is re-engaged above 20% N2.
  31. What is the Normal P&W engine starter duty cycle?
    2 consecutive aborted starts with EGT cooling periods. After second consecutive cooling period, let N2 drop to zero before re-engagement.
  32. What is the P&W engine starter extended duty cycle?
    • Let N2 rund down to zero before re-engaging starter.
    • zero to 5 minutes ON
    • 5-10 minutes ON-followed by a 10-minute cooling period.
    • 10-15 minutes ON - followed by a 15-minute cooling period.
  33. What is the P&W engine starter recommended re-engagement speed?
    0% N2.
  34. What is the P&W engine starter Normal re-engagement speed?
    0-20% N2
  35. What is the P&W engine starter re-engagement speed in case of fire?
    21-30% N2
  36. On the P&W engine, what starter re-engagement speed would result in starter or gearbox damage?
    above 30% N2
  37. On the P&W engine, what temperature must the oil be greater than before advancing power for takeoff?
    50?C
  38. When must engine anti-ice be operated on the ground?
    OAT 10?C or below and precipitation, visibility 1 mile or less, RVR 5000 or less; runway and/or taxiway is contaminated with standing water, slush or snow.
  39. When must engine anti-ice be operated in climb or cruise?
    TAT 10?C to SAT -40?C with visible moisture present or anticipated.
  40. When must engine anti-ice be operated in descent?
    TAT 10?C or less, including SAT less than -40?C with visible moisture present or anticipated.
  41. When must wing anti-ice protection be operated?
    In the descent at or below 22,000 feet at a TAT 10?C or less including SAT less than -40?C with visible moisture.
  42. Should the ice detection system be used to determine the need for wing and engine ice protection?
    No.
  43. Prior to reducing thrust for descent while in visible moisture and TAT less than 10?C, including SAT less than -40?C, what must be done?
    Nacelle anti-ice switch must be in the ON position. At or below 22,000 ft, wing anti-ice selector must be in the ON position.
  44. Delaying the use of engine anti-ice until ice buildup is visible from the cockpit or an ice detector message is displayed may?
    Result in severe engine damage and/or flameout.
  45. Do not operate engine anti-ice when the Total Air Temperature (TAT) is?
    Above 10?C.
  46. What are the 767-200 flap placard speeds?
    • 1=240
    • 5=220
    • 15=210
    • 20=195
    • 25=190
    • 30=162
  47. What are the 767-300 flap placard speeds?
    • 1=250
    • 5=230
    • 15=210
    • 20=210
    • 25=180
    • 30=170
Author
Craig
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327625
Card Set
ABX 767 Limitations & Memory Items
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Flash card set covering ABX 767 Limitations & Memory Items. Created 01/23/2017.
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