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Wait at least 62 minutes on Boeing 737-700 and Boeing 737-800 (carbon brakes 48 minutes)
Wait at least 62 minutes on Boeing 737-700 and 67 minutes on Boeing 737-800 (carbon brakes 48 minutes)
Wait at least 67 minutes on Boeing 737-700 and Boeing 737-800 (carbon brakes 48 minutes)
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Takeoff dispatch requirements
Landing dispatch requirements
Takeoff and Landing dispatch requirements
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129,200 lbs (700) and 138,300 lbs (800)
120,500 lbs (700) and 146,300 lbs (800)
129,200 lbs (700) and 146,300 lbs (800)
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7,800 feet
8,400 feet
10,000 feet
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NO
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NO
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Headwind 25 knots, tailwind 15 knots and crosswind 20 knots
Headwind 20 knots, tailwind 10 knots and crosswind 20 knots
Headwind 25 knots, tailwind 10 knots and crosswind 20 knots
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Within 15 NM and approaching to land at an airport not contained in the GPWS terrain data base.
For ditching, or other off-airport landings.
All of the above.
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ACARS operational
If audio entertainment system is not in use
All of the above
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VHF COMM # 1
VHF COMM # 2
VHF COMM # 3
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11.133 MHZ and 22.434 MHZ
22.638 MHZ and 22.766 MHZ
11.133 MHZ, 22.434 MHZ, 22.638 MHZ and 22.766 MHZ
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45 KVA -100 amps on ground operation
75 KVA -215 amps on ground operation
75 KVA -215 amps on flight operation
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195Kts Boeing 737-700 and 800
210Kts Boeing 737-700 and 800
195Kts Boeing 737-700 and 200Kts Boeing 737-800
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First indication of fuel low pressure, including as result of attitude pitch change
First indication of fuel low pressure
First indication of fuel low pressure, not including as result of attitude pitch change
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Three times to minimize residual fluids in balance bay during flight
Five times to minimize residual fluids in balance bay during flight
Every three minutes to minimize residual fluids in balance bay during flight
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40 degrees C OAT
- 40 degrees C SAT
- 40 degrees C TAT
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On takeoff or landing with less than 5000 pounds of fuel in center tank
On takeoff with less than 5000 pounds or during descent or landing with less than 3000 pounds of fuel in center tank
On takeoff or landing with less than 3000 pounds of fuel in center tank
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During fuel low indication
Any fuel pump fail
Center tank quantity is less than 2000 pounds
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Sea level to 5000 feet, 50 feet between Captain and First Officer
Sea level to 5000 feet, 75 feet between Captain and field elevation
All of the above
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Retract 235kts / Extend 235kts/.82M and Extended 320kts/.82M
Retract 235kts / Extend 235kts/.82M and Extended 270kts/.82M
Retract 235kts / Extend 270kts/.82M and Extended 320kts/.82M
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710 degrees C
725 degrees C
760 degrees C
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13 psi and normal range for takeoff
14 psi and normal range for takeoff
13 psi
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104% and 106%
104% and 105%
105% and 106%
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