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# Maximum Takeoff and Landing TailwindComponent

15 knots

# The turbulent air penetration speed (in severe turbulence) is defined as:

270 knots below 25,000 feet

280 knots or 0.82 Mach whichever is lower at 25,000 feetand above.

Maintain a minimum speed of 15 knots above the minimummaneuvering speed at all altitudes when airspeed is below 0.82 Mach.

# The autopilot must not be engaged below a minimum engage altitude of *** feetAGL after takeoff.


# Do not use the autopilot below *** feet radio altitude at AFEs above 8,400 feet.


# Without LAND 2 or LAND 3 annunciated, the autopilot must be disengagedbelow *** feet AGL.


# Do not use FLCH on final approach below *** feet AFE.


# Automatic Landing Maximum Allowable Wind Speeds

Headwind 25 knots

Tailwind 15 knots

Crosswind 25 knots

# Automatic Landing G/S angle and TCH

The maximum glideslope angle is 3.25 degrees.

The minimum glideslope angle is 2.5 degrees.

The minimum Threshold Crossing Height (TCH) for autoland is 44 feet.

CATIII: minimum 45m rwy width

# Do not operate HF radios

during refueling operations.

# Takeoff and Go-Around thrust ratings are limited to

5 minutes duration or

10 minutes in the event of loss of thrust on one engine.

# A standing takeoff with a thrust setting above ** % N1 prior to brake release isprohibited.


# Flight Controls

Avoid rapid and large alternating control inputs, especially in combination withlarge changes in pitch, roll, or yaw (e.g. large side slip angles) as they may resultin structural failure at any speed, including below VA.

Reverse Thrust

# Intentional selection of reverse thrust in flight is prohibited.

# Backing the airplane with use of reverse thrust is prohibited.

# Do not operate the weather radar

in a hangar or within 50 feet (15.25 meters) of any fuel spill.

Avoid weather radar operation when personnel are within the area normally enclosed by the aircraft nose radome.

Pre-Flight Inspection

• Must be performed before each flight

• is valid until the next flight or for 4 hours ground time after accomplishment

• When, after accomplishment of the preflight inspection, the aircraft is towed or the aircraft returns to the gate before commencement of the takeoff, a final inspection must be performed.

Daily check

• remains valid for 48 elapsed hours after accomplishment

• may expire during the flight

• should normally be accomplished before every flight from home base

• is performed by maintenance personnel

Runway slope

+/- 2%

Maximum Takeoff Crosswind Component

250t BA GOOD 35% MAC

38 kts (RWY width >40m)

Maximum Takeoff Crosswind Component 180t BA GOOD 39% MAC

24 kts (RWY width >40m)

Maximum Landing Crosswind Component



N-1: 30/20/10 (asymmetric reverse thrust)

Rwy width >40m

Ground wind limits for all doors

• 65 knots while open

• 40 knots while opening or closing



907 KG

Maximum Takeoff Weight

-200: 297,556 Kilograms

-300: 351,534 Kilograms

Maximum Landing Weight

-200: 213,188 Kilograms

-300: 251,290 Kilograms

APU to pack takeoffs are prohibited at airport pressure altitudes above

6900 feet.

Required flight crew oxygen pressure for dispatch:

1000 psi

The provided minimum pressure is based on a bottle temperature of 21°C.

Before comparing the actual cylinder pressure with the minimum required pressure, adjust the minimum required pressure and correct for each 5°C ABOVE/BELOW 21°C using the Temperature Corrections table.

The cylinder will becompletely full if the pressure is 1800 PSI.

minimum dispatch passenger oxygen pressure

Overflying Tashkent Area and Afghanistan

1650 psi

minimum oil quantity flight time next flight less than 6 hours

17 liters

APU start cycle restrictions

Between starts 1 and 2 wait 1 minute

Between starts 2 and 3 wait 1 minute

The maximum altitude with flaps extended is *** feet


Primary (PFD) and Standby Altitude Differences at sea level

Max. Altitude Difference +/-40

Prior to takeoff the maximum allowable difference between Captain’s or FirstOfficer’s altitude display and field elevation is 75 feet

The center tank may contain up to **** kilograms of fuel with less thanfull main tanks provided center tank fuel weight plus actual zero fuelweight does not exceed the maximum zero fuel weight, and center ofgravity limits are observed.