F9 Limitations

  1. Approach Category

     1.  A320
     2.  A321
    • 1.  C
    • 2.  D
  2. Maximum Crosswind (all aircraft)

    1.  Takeoff
    2.  Landing
    • 1. 35kts
    • 2. 38kts
  3. Maximum Tailwind Limitations for Takeoff & Landing

    1. A320
    2. A321
    • 1. 15kts T/O;  10kts landing
    • 2. 10kts T/O and landing
  4. Max wind for pax door operation
    65kts
  5. Max wind for cargo door operation
    40kts.  (if nose into wind or door on leeward side, then 50kts.  Must be closed at 65kts)
  6. Recommended turbulent air penetration speed

    1. FL200 and below
    2. above FL200 to FL 310
    3. above FL 310
    • 1. 250kts A320 / 270kts A321
    • 2. 275kts A320 / 300kts A321
    • 3. 0.76 mach
  7. Maximum tire speed
    195kts groundspeed
  8. Maximum windshield wiper operation speed
    230 KIAS
  9. Maximum speed to open cockpit window
    200 KIAS
  10. Maximum taxi speed

    Weight greater that 167,550 lbs
    20kts during a turn (A320 & A321)
  11. Maximum flaps/slats extended altitude
    20,000ft MSL
  12. Maximum altitude for APU start using battery power only
    25,000ft MSL
  13. Autopilot minimum engagement height

    1. after takeoff (if SRS is indicated)
    2. enroute
    3. RNAV visual approach
    4. Non-precision approaches
    5. Non-autoland ILS with CAT 1 FMA
    6. Non-autoland ILS with CAT 2/3 FMA
    7. Go-around (if SRS is indicated)
    8. Autoland approach
    • 1. 100ft AGL
    • 2. 900 ft AGL
    • 3. 500ft AGL
    • 4. DDA/DA
    • 5. 160 AGL
    • 6. 80 AGL
    • 7. 100 AGL
    • 8. Rollout/taxi speed
  14. When is autoland required?
    • 1. below CAT 1 minimums
    • 2. if RVR/VIS is at or below 2400 or 1/2 mile, briefed as a CAT 2 or 3 autoland and all of the requirements can be met
  15. Maximum engine EGT and thrust time limit, takeoff and go-around.

    1. all engines
    2. one engine inop
    • 1. 5 minutes
    • 2. 10 minutes
  16. Minimum engine oil quantity

    CEO aircraft
    NEO Aircraft
    CEO - 9.5 qts + .5 qts per hour of estimated flight time

    • NEO - highest of;
    •           10.6 qts, or
    •           9.0 qts + 0.5 qts per hour of estimated flight time
  17. Minimum engine oil temperature for takeoff
    19c
  18. Stabilized Approach Policy

    1. 1000 ft
    2. 1000 ft & 500 ft
    3. 500 ft
    • -1000 ft
    • Steady rate of descent not to exceed 1200 fpm

    • -1000 ft & 500 ft
    • correct lateral path (one dot ILS; 0.3 cross track; 1/2 dot VOR)
    • correct vertical path (one dot)
    • in the final landing configuration
    • absent any GPWS warnings and cautions

    • -500 ft
    • steady rate of descent not to exceed 1000 fpm
    • within -5 to +15 knots of target speed for approach
  19. Minimum runway width
    148 ft / 45 m
  20. Is auto land allowed on narrow runway
    no
  21. When is takeoff with reduced thrust prohibited
    • on slippery or contaminated runways
    • suspected, reported or known windshear
    • when a special departure procedure specifies full thrust
  22. Can we takeoff with center tank providing fuel?
    No
  23. Landing Gear Speed - Maximum
    • Vle - 280kts/0.67M
    • Vlo (extension) - 250kts/0.60M
    • Vlo (retraction) - 220kts/0.54M
  24. What is the maximum operational pressure altitude?
    39,800 ft
  25. What is the maximum pressure altitude for takeoff and landing?
    9,200 feet
  26. What is the minimum pressure altitude for takeoff and landing?
    -2,000 ft
  27. What is Vmo/Mmo?
    350 kts/0.82 mach
  28. What is the APU starter duty cycle limits?
    • 1 minute between each start attempt
    • 60 minutes after three consecutive start attempts
  29. What are the APU start/shutdown restrictions during refueing?
    • do not start APU if it failed to start or if it automatically shutdown
    • if a fuel spill occurs, perform normal APU shutdown
  30. Autolands are not authorized on runways less than _____ feet wide.
    150
  31. What configuration is recommended for all autolands to maximize forward slant range visibility?
    CONF FULL
  32. Autolands are prohibited if braking action is less than _______?
    Medium
  33. What conditions must be satisfied to conduct an autoland approach?
    • CAT II/III runway, aircraft, crew
    • ground facilities operational
    • wind within limits
    • braking action medium or better
  34. When should you use LOW vs MEDIUM autobrakes for autoland?
    medium for runways less than 8,000 feet

    autobrakes (if available) are required for CAT III autoland
  35. What is the minimum oil temp to start the engines?
    -40 c
  36. Engine starter duty cycles

      NEO

      CEO
    • NEO  1 - 60 secs
    •         2 - 60 secs
    •         3 - 15 minutes

    • CEO  1 - 20 seconds
    •         2 - 20 seconds
    •         3 - 20 seconds
    •         4 - 15 minutes

    a standard automatic start that includes up to three start attempts is considered one cycle
  37. What is the minimum fuel for takeoff?
    3,300 lbs
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F9 Limitations
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Frontier Airbus Limitations
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