UPS Boeing 744 Limitations

  1. (Freighter) Upper deck escape slide must be in forward locked position during taxi, takeoff and landing whenever the upper deck cabin is occupied.
  2. Minimum altitude for autopilot engagement after takeoff:
    250 FT AGL
  3. Minimum altitude for autopilot disengagement during non-ILS approach:
    50 feet below DA/MDA
  4. During Single channel ILS approaches, the autopilot must be disengaged before the aircraft descends below
    100 feet AGL
  5. Use of aileron trim with autopilot engaged is prohibited
  6. Autoland Wind Limitations:

    Autoland Wind Limitations:

    • Headwind: 25 knots
    • Crosswind: 25 knots
    • Tailwind: 10 knots
  7. Maximum glideslope angle during autoland:
  8. MINIMUM glideslope angle durning autoland:
  9. An autoland may only be accomplished with flaps:
    Flaps 25 or 30.
  10. Do not operate HF radios durning or near refueling operations
  11. Continuous ignition must be ON when encountering:
    • Heavy rain
    • Severe turbulence
    • Volcanic Ash
    • Icing conditions
    • Standing water or slush on runway
  12. Engine Limit Display Markings:
    The engine limit display markings on EICAS must be used to determine compliance with the maximum and minimum limits and precautionary ranges. If EICAS markings show more conservative limits than those specified in this section, the limit markings displayed on EICAS must be observed.
  13. Do not extend flaps above:
    20,000 feet MSL
  14. Use of speedbrakes inflight with flaps extended past _____º is not RECOMENDED.
  15. Do NOT reset a tripped FUEL PUMP circuit breaker.
  16. Center Wing Tank (CWT) fuel pumps must be off for Taxi, Takeoff and Climb unless CWT contains at least _____ Pounds of fuel.
    17,000 Pounds
  17. If the FUEL LOW CTR L OR R message is displayed...
    both CWT override/jettison pumps must be selected OFF.
  18. If the FUEL PRESS CTR L or R message is displayed....
    The corresponding CWT override/jettison pump must be selected OFF.

    Maximum operating pressure altitude:
    Maximum takeoff and landing pressure altitude:
    Runway slope limit:
    Maximum tailwind component, takeoff and landing:
    Maximum demonstrated crosswind, takeoff and landing:
    • Maximum operating pressure altitude: 45,100ft
    • Maximum takeoff and landing pressure altitude:10,000ft
    • Runway slope limit: +2%
    • Maximum tailwind component,takeoff and landing: 10kts

    Maximum demonstrated crosswind, takeoff and landing: 30kts
  20. Turbulent air penatration speed
    290-310 KIAS/0.82-0.85M
  21. Maximum allowable inflight difference between Captain and First Officer PFD altitude displays for RVSM operations:
  22. Maximum Taxi Weight:
    Maximum Takeoff Weight:
    Maximum Inflight Weight, Landing Flaps:
    Maximum Landing Weight:
    Maximum Zero Fuel Weight:
    Minimum Flight Weight:
    • Maximum Taxi Weight: 878.0 , 873.0 (BCF)
    • Maximum Takeoff Weight: 875.0, 870.0 (BCF)
    • Maximum Inflight Weight, Landing Flaps: 670.0
    • Maximum Landing Weight: 652.0
    • Maximum Zero Fuel Weight: 610
    • Minimum Flight Weight: 361.2, 367.5 (BCF)
  23. The smoke barrier door must be closed during taxi, takeoff, flight and landing.
  24. Ground wind limits for all doors:

    ____kts while opening or closing.

    -------kts while open.
    40 KTS while opening or closing.

    65 KTS while open.
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UPS Boeing 744 Limitations
UPS Boeing 744 Limitations