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Operating Conditions:
L X Z
LOW with exception of:
Operating Conditions
D V R
MID
Operating Conditions
W-3
HIGH
Operating Conditions
W-2
MID
EPR = G3
2.14, 2.10
EPR = G4
2.23, 2.21
Takeoff Safety Speed: G1
137 Knots
V1,Vr,V2 for G3
134,134,145
V1,Vr,V2 for G4
132,146
V1,Vr,V2 for G5
119,135
Holding Condition H-4 - IAS
LOW
Holding Condition H-4 - Fuel
High
___ Minutes
9
____ ANU
2 3/4
____min, ____nam
21, 113
_____ft
2750
_____ ______ using ______ & ________
DRY RWY Brakes and Spoilers
xxx,xxx lbs
131,000
____knots & _______ft
138, 3050
xx,xxx lbs
xx,xxx lbs
13,500
14,500
Figure 230
MID
Figure 231
LOW
Figure 232
LOW
Figure 235/236
136,450lbs & 139,850lbs
Figure 237/238
138.138,141 or 132,132,136
Fuel Reserves
WITHIN 48 States
Domestic, Flag,Supplemental or Commercial
45 Mins after reaching alternate
Fuel Reserves
Flag to island (or alternate not available)
Supplemental/Commercial ...alt not required if
2 hours at normal cruise
Fuel Reserves
Supplemental Turboprop
(if no alt available)
3 hours
Fuel Reserves
Supplemental after reach alt
30 minute holding at 1,500ft above field
Fuel Reserves
Flag Turboprop
30 min + 15% Total, or 90 min (least one)
Divert to Alternate
VOR 11L @ Tuscom
2900-1
HSI (ILS and BC - Figures 140 & 141) - A
9 and 6
HSI (ILS and BC - Figures 140 & 141) - B
5 and 13
HSI (ILS and BC - Figures 140 & 141) - C
12
HSI (ILS and BC - Figures 140 & 141) - D
2
HSI (ILS and BC - Figures 140 & 141) - E
8 and 3
HSI (ILS and BC - Figures 140 & 141) - F
4
HSI (ILS and BC - Figures 140 & 141) - G
7 and 11
HSI (ILS and BC - Figures 140 & 141) - H
1
HSI (ILS and BC - Figures 140 & 141) - I
11
HSI ( Figures 142 & 143) - A
1
HSI ( Figures 142 & 143) - B
19
HSI ( Figures 142 & 143) - C
12
HSI ( Figures 142 & 143) - D
17
HSI ( Figures 142 & 143) - E
6
HSI ( Figures 142 & 143) - F
16
LAX TO PHX .82 Mach - Time - Fuel
HIGH - HIGH
LAX TO PHX .78 Mach - Time - Fuel
HIGH - MID
LAX TO PHX .72 Mach - Time - Fuel
LOW - ----
LAX TO PHX TEC Route
LAXE LAX316 SILEX
LAX TO PHX .Spec Range to Arlin
48.2 name/1000
LAX TO PHX - TRM to BLH
.82 Mach in 8 Minutes
BUF - ORD - .80 Mach TIME - FUEL
MID - MID
BUF - ORD - .78 Mach TIME - FUEL
LOW - HIGH
BUF - ORD - Slant Range to start descent
48.9 nam/1000
STL - LGA - TIME - FUEL
HIGH MID
Newport News to PHL - TIME FUEL
HIGH HIGH /MID (required)
MSP - DEN - TIME FUEL
LOW - LOW
LAS - SFO - TIME FUEL
MID - LOW
BDL - PHL - TIME FUEL
MID - MID/MID
Holding Entries: 090
Parallel Only
Holding Entries: 270
Direct Only
Holding Entries: 360 (Figure 123)
Teardrop Only
Holding Entries: 360 (Figure 124)
Direct Only
Holding Entries: 180 (Figure 123)
Direct Only
Holding Entries: 180 (Figure 124)
Teardrop Only
Class C Airspace - ____nm inner
5
Class C Airspace - ____nm outer
5
Class C Airspace - _____AGL
1,200
Class C Airspace - _____'
4000
Class C Airspace - _______, ________
2 way comms, Transponder
Weather - RMK SLP 993 6///=
Seal Level Pressure 999.3 hectopascals and at least 3 hrs rain indeterminate
Weather - Squall - sudden increase of at least =
15 knots average wind speed to a sustained speed of 20 knots or more for 1 min
Weather - IFR around Lake Superior etc=
Obscured skies and fog
Weather - Continuous solid line enclosing a hatched area=
All stations inside are reporting IFR
Weather - West Virginia=
Continuous/showery precip over half the area
Weather - Flight from OK to TN=
Continuous/showery precip over half the area, moderate turbulance, freezing temp above 10,000ft
Arrow A on Radar Summary Chart
Heavy to very heavy precip;echo Tops to 30,000ft;thunderstorms and rain showers
Arrow C on Radar Summary Chart
Moving Northeast at 20 knots and heavy to very heavy echos up to 28,000 ft
Arrow B on Radar Summary Chart
Weak to moderate echos, rain showers increasing in intensity
300mb height over Canada =
9,120 meters MSL
Path of Jetstream
Alaska to Canada to Montana to ND to Great Lakes
Weather system approaching California
LOW and DRY (2 questions)
500mb =
FL180
300mb =
FL300
200mb =
FL390
FISDL =
17,500 MSL down to 5,000 AGL
also
METARS, SIGMETS,PIREPS,AIRMETS
Severe Thunderstorm =
58mph winds and/or 1 in sized hail
Pallet - all choices greater that 1,000lbs =
LOW
Pallet - all choices less than 1,000lbs =
MID
Pallet - Minimum floor load limit =
115,144,175,183
Pallet - Floor Load Limit - calc
(Cargo Weight + Pallet Weight + Tiedown Weight) *144/area
Weight Shift = WS-2
LOW
Weight Shift = WS-4
LOW
Weight Shift = WT-3
LOW
Weight Shift = WT-4
LOW
Weight Shift = WT-14
LOW
Weight Shift = WT-2
HIGH
Weight Shift = WT-7
HIGH
Weight Shift = WT-15
HIGH
Operating Conditions - L1 ______lbs
81,600
Operating Conditions - L3_______lbs
80,300
Operating Conditions - L4_______knots
148
Operating Conditions - X5 _____hrs______mins
2, 55