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CROSSWIND LIMITS:
Demonstrated X wind - 757: 30 kts
Demonstrated X wind - 767: 29 kts
Runway less than 148’ (45m) wide 20 kts
Hydraulic problems: 20 kts
Wet / slippery or braking action fair: 20 kts
Rudder Ratio (with left system hydraulic
pressure, no auto land) 15 kts
RVR below 4,000 (3/4 to ½): 15 kts
(Capt’s landing, weight based on wet rwy limits)
Icy / slush / snow / standing water/
braking action poor: 10 kts
PACK INOP light:
Pack controller fails
- Excessive pack outlet temperature
-- Select STBY N, allow to cool for 5 min, press to reset
AUTOMATIC LANDINGS WIND LIMITS:
Headwind: 25 kts
Tailwind 10 kts
Crosswind: 15 kts
IRU SHEDDING / IRU’s:
- IF NORMAL AC POWER IS LOST:
- NON ER / Domestic plane:
- If left and right AC buses are lost, all 3 IRU’s go to
HBB, after 5 minutes left & center shed, right stays on
HBB until battery is dead.
-- If left main AC bus is lost: left & center IRU’s go to
the Hot Battery Bus (HBB) and run on DC power, no
time limit since battery charger is still powered from
right AC, right IRU remains on right AC.
-- If right main AC bus is lost, the right IRU operates
on HBB until battery is depleted (approx. 30 min), left &
center remain on left AC
- ER plane:
IRU Shedding
- If left and right AC buses are lost, all 3 IRU’s go to
HBB, after 5 minutes right IRU sheds, HDG powers left
& center IRU. (If no HDG, left & center stay on HBB
until battery is dead).
-- If left main AC bus is lost, left & center IRU’s go to
HBB and stay there (no battery time limit since battery
charger is still powered from right AC), right IRU
remains on right AC.
-- If right main AC bus is lost, (right DC will also be
lost) right IRU operates on HBB and sheds after 5
minutes, left and center IRUs remain on left AC.
EMERGENCY DESCENT / DEPRESSURIZATION
OVER TERRAIN CRITICAL AREA:
Descend to: (Speed VMO / MMO if possible)
(Airspeed Pointer / 0.86M)
- 757: FL 250 / 19 minutes from mask drop, then
descend to 10,000 ft or MEA, whichever is higher.
- 767: FL 170 / 10 minutes from mask drop, then
descend to 10,000 ft or MEA, whichever is higher.
- If not in a terrain-critical area, immediate descent to
10,000 ft (or lower) is possible if you are certain of your
position and terrain.
TAKEOFF ALTERNATE REQUIRED IF:
T/O wx is
below lowest active approach mins for single engine
landing, OR runway lights are inop (non standard) and
vis is below 1 mile or approach mins, if higher.
- Check your Jepp charts and ATIS for actual
approaches that might be available.
(The following are weather requirements for filing
purposes only. Once airborne, all you need is
weather for the approach).
DESTINATION ALTERNATE NOT REQUIRED IF:
- Weather +/- 1 hour of ETA : Ceiling will be at least
2,000 ft above the airport elevation or 1,500 ft above
the lowest published minimum (whichever is greater)
and visibility will be at least 3 miles, or 2 miles more
than the lowest applicable minimums (whichever is
greater), for the instrument procedures to be used at
the destination airport.
- Flight is a domestic flight operation within the 48
contiguous US and District Of Columbia
- The intended destination airport and runways of
intended landing must have at least an operational
CAT II or CAT III approach suitable for operations
being conducted.
- Aircraft and flight crew must be qualified CAT II/III
- Thunderstorms not forecast in either main body or
remarks section +/- 1 hour ETA
- Dispatch / flight crew communications kept up on
delays, etc. that may affect trip fuel.
- Dispatch system to monitor flight and weather must
be working with automatic alerting system.