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Title of test:
737 AQP LIMITS

Description:
737 LIMITS

Author:
SKALARUS
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Creation Date:
01/11/2020

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Others

Number of questions: 21
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Maximum operating pressure altitude for the B737-800 is: 41,000 feet 37,000 feet 39,000 feet.
The maximum takeoff/landing tailwind component is: 15 knots 10 knots 12 knots.
Recommended Severe Turbulence Penetration Airspeed in cruise is: TURB N1 setting from cruise page .78 MACH The upper limit of the amber airspeed band.
If severe turbulence is encountered at altitudes below 15,000 feet and the aircraft gross weight is less than the maximum landing weight, in a clean configuration the aircraft may be slowed to 250 knots 280 knots TURB N1 setting from the cruise page.
Recommended severe turbulence penetration airspeed in the B737-800 in climb & descent is: 280 knots / .76 Mach .78 MACH The upper limit of the amber airspeed band.
The recommended crosswind component guidelines for takeoff on a dry (RCC6) runway are (Split Scimitar Winglet): 33 knots 25 knots 30 knots.
The recommended crosswind component guidelines for takeoff on a Good (RCC5) runway are (Split Scimitar Winglet): 25 knots 34 knots 30 knots.
The recommended crosswind component guidelines for landing on a Dry (RCC6) runway are (Split Scimitar Winglet): 37 knots 25 knots 40 knots.
The recommended crosswind component guidelines for landing on a Good (RCC 5) runway is (Split Scimitar Winglet): 37 knots 30 knots 25 knots.
Icing conditions exist on the ground and for takeoff when: Outside air temperature is 10°C or below and visible moisture in any form is present, including standing water, snow, sleet, slush on ramps, taxiways, or runways. Outside air temperature is 15°C and visible moisture in any form is present.
Choose answer which describes the immediate action steps for CABIN ALTITUDE WARNING HORN/LIGHT IN FLIGHT. 1. Oxygen mask and regulator - ON, 100% 2. Crew Communications - Establish 3. Seatbelt Sign - ON 1. Oxygen mask and regulator - ON, Emergency 2. Crew Communications - Establish 3. ATC - NOTIFY 1. Oxygen mask and regulator - ON, 100% 2. Crew Communications - Establish 3. Outflow valve - CLOSE.
Icing conditions exist in flight when visible moisture in any form is present (i.e. clouds, fog with visibility of 1 mile or less, rain, snow, sleet, or ice crystals) and Total Air Temperature of 10 °C or below Total Air Temperature of 15 °Cor below Total Air Temperature of 0 °C or below.
On take offer missed approach, do not engage the autopilot below 400 feet AGL 1,000 feet AGL 2,500 feet All.
Choose the maximum allowable headwind to conduct an autoland in the B737 25 knots 15 knots 10 knots.
Choose the maximum allowable crosswind to conduct an autoland in the B737 25 knots 15 knots 10 knots.
Choose the maximum allowable tailwind (flaps 30 and 40) to conduct an autoland in the B737 25 knots 15 knots 10 knots.
Choose the maximum allowable tailwind to conduct an autoland in the B737 in the B737-900 (401-412) flaps 30, field elevation 4000 feet or less 0 knots 5 knots 10 knots.
Choose the maximum allowable tailwind to conduct an autoland in the B737 in the B737-900 (401-412) flaps 30, field elevation 4001 -6000 feet or less 0 knots 5 knots 10 knots.
Choose the maximum allowable tailwind to conduct an autoland in the B737 in the B737-900 (401-412) flaps 30, field elevation 6001 feet and above 0 knots 5 knots 10 knots.
The minimum altitude for use the autopilot on non-precision approach is 50 feet below MDA/DA 50 feet AGL Touchdown.
The minimum altitude for use the autopilot on ILS approach is 50 feet below MDA/DA 50 feet AGL Touchdown.
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