6 Aircraft Deck Structure Aft Cargo Door Bulk Cargo Door Forward Cargo Door Crew Service Door (200) Main Deck Cabin Compartment LWR Aft Cargo Compartment Bulk Cargo Compartment *LWR Forward Cargo Compartment Cockpit Upper Deck *E & E Compt. L1 Door L5 Door * Areas can be accessed in Flight
CENTER LAVATORY SERVICE DOOR GROUND AIR CONDITIONING ACCESS DOOR EXTERIOR POWER RECXEPTACLE FWD ELECTRONICS DOOR FWD LAVATORY SERVICE DOOR AIR CONDITIONING ACCESS PANELS AND DOORS APU BATTERY ACCESS DOOR APU ACCESS DOORS AFT POTABLE WATER SERVICE ACCESS DOOR CENTER ELECTRONICS DOOR FWD POTABLE WATER SERVICE ACCESS DOOR Miscellaneous Doors
24 Eye Position Locators Black Crosses on L & R Windshield Brace
25 Cockpit Windows Forward windows – Thick laminated acrylic and hardened glass. Thick laminated acrylic and hardened glass. Side windows – Acrylic and vinyl laminate. Acrylic and vinyl laminate. Single layer of acrylic will hold full cabin pressure. Window heat is not required for bird strike protection. Window heat is not required for bird strike protection. L1 & R1 window heat provides anti-ice & defogging, rest defogging only. L1 & R1 window heat provides anti-ice & defogging, rest defogging only.
CENTER LAVATORY SERVICE DOOR GROUND AIR CONDITIONING ACCESS DOOR EXTERIOR POWER RECXEPTACLE FWD ELECTRONICS DOOR FWD LAVATORY SERVICE DOOR AIR CONDITIONING ACCESS PANELS AND DOORS APU BATTERY ACCESS DOOR APU ACCESS DOORS AFT POTABLE WATER SERVICE ACCESS DOOR CENTER ELECTRONICS DOOR FWD POTABLE WATER SERVICE ACCESS DOOR SERVICING PORTS
Evacuation After Ditching Each crewmember must have his evacuation assignment committed to memory. The Captain is to ensure that the command to evacuate and any other specific instructions are issued An evacuation must not be initiated while the airplane is moving. The suitability of an exit should be evaluated before it is used. If possible, persons should board directly from the airplane into the life rafts. The first capable person to board the raft should assist in boarding
Raft Seaworthiness Persons in the raft should sit with their backs against the rail and their feet toward the center. When all persons are aboard the raft, the lanyard must be cut. Rafts should be tied together only in a very calm sea. Check pressure of raft tubes; additional manual inflation may be necessary.
AIRCRAFT OPERATION (AFM) 14 CFR 121.323(a), 121.323(b), 121.323(c) The aircraft is approved for the following kinds of flight and operation; both day and night, when the required equipment is installed and approved in accordance with the applicable Federal Aviation Regulations: Visual (VFR) Instrument (IFR) Icing Conditions Extended Overwater 53
Maximum Operating Altitude OPERATIONAL LIMITS (AFM) Maximum operating altitude is 45,100 feet pressure altitude. Maximum takeoff and landing altitude is –1,000 to 10,000 feet pressure altitude. Maximum Runway Slope ± 2%. Takeoff, landing, and en route operational temperature and altitude limits are shown on the Operating Envelope chart to the right
Max APU Operating Altitude Do not use APU generator power in-flight. Do not operate APU in-flight in icing conditions. Do not operate APU above 20,000 feet pressure altitude. Operation between 15,000 feet and 20,000 feet pressure altitude is limited to "no load" only. In-flight start of the APU is not authorized.
Maximum Structural Weights (AFM) Max Taxi Weight......................................816,000 lbs Max Takeoff Weight at Brake Release....814,000 lbs Max In-flight Weight, Landing= Flaps…...650,000 lbs Max Landing Weight...............................630,000 lbs Max Zero Fuel Weight............................526,500 lbs Max Fuel Transfer Weight (1 & 4 Res)……638,000 lbs
Fuel Capacity Maximum Fuel Tank Quantities (AFM) 1 & 4 Reserve Tanks.... 3,417 lbs (510 U.S. GAL) 1 & 4 Main Tanks....... 28,935 lbs (4,319 U.S. GAL) 2 & 3 Main Tanks....... 84,051 lbs (12,540 U.S. GAL) 2 & 3 Reserve............... 5,573 lbs (785 U.S. GAL) Center Wing Tank......114,993 lbs (17,164 U.S. GAL)
Max Speed MAX OPERATING SPEEDS Vmo Mmo S.L. 378 KIAS -- FL240 392 KIAS.92M
TURBULENCE PENETRATION SPEED 290-310 KIAS.82-.85 M OPERATIONS IN REDUCED VERTICAL SEPARATION MINIMUM (AFM) For all operations in Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum airspace, 0.90 Mach is not to be exceeded and for operations at gross weights less than 235,868 kilograms (520,000 pounds), 0.87 Mach is not to be exceeded between flight level 290 and 340. 63
67 The engine incorporates two multistage turbine-driven compressors utilizing concentric shafting. The low pressure (N1) compressor, consisting of one fan stage and three compressor stages, is driven by a four-stage turbine.
The high pressure (N2) eleven-stage compressor is driven by a two-stage turbine. 68