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Max Crosswind (Takeoff & Landing)
38 kts
(Gusts included)
Max Tailwind (Takeoff & Landing)
19 kts
Max Wind for Passenger Door Operations
65 kts
Max Wind to Open Cargo Door
40 kts
(50 kts if aircraft is positioned into the wind or door is on the leeward side)
Max Wind to Close Cargo Door
65 kts
V LE
280 kts / M 0.67
V LO - Extension
250 kts
V LO - Retraction
220 kts
Max Tire Ground Speed
195 kts
Max Brake Temp for Takeoff
300°C
(If brake fans in use: 150°C)
Max Speed with Windshield Wipers in Use
230 kts
Max Speed with the Flight Deck Window Open
200 kts
When Both PFDs Lost
Do not use ISIS bug function
(Inhibits the attitude indicator)
Do Not Use LP Ground Conditioned Air While
Packs Operating
(Avoids valve chatter)
Do Not Use HP Ground Pneumatic Air While
APU Bleed Air On
(Avoids damaging bleed system)
Min Height for AP Engagement on Takeoff With
SRS Mode *
100 ft AGL

* An internal FMGS logic prevents the AP from engaging during the first 5 seconds after liftoff
Min Height for AP Use on Straight- In Non-
Precision Approach **
Applicable MDA (DA)

** All aircraft have the NO AP DISCONNECT function for non-precision approaches installed. Currently, N200VA series,
N300VA series, N639-N642VA, N837VA, and N839VA - N855VA a i r c r a f t h a v e t h e DISCONNECT AP FOR LANDING
display message on the PFD installed
Min Height for AP Use during a CAT I ILS
160 ft AGL
Min Height for AP Engagement on Go Around
100 ft AGL
Min Height for AP Use in All Other Phases
500 ft AGL
If One Engine Inoperative, DO NOT use AP to
Perform Non-Precision Approaches in the
Following Modes ***
FINAL APP, NAV V/S, NAV FPA
(FD use is permitted)

*** Only applicable to A319 aircraft (N521VA - N530VA)
Auto Thrust Use is Approved With or Without
AP / FD in Selected or Managed mode
Max Operating Altitude With Slats and/or Flaps
Extended
FL 200
Max Outer Tank Fuel Imbalance for Takeoff
800 lbs
Max Inner Tank Fuel Imbalance for Takeoff
1,100 lbs
Max Outer Tank Fuel Imbalance Inflight and Landing
1,500 lbs
Max Inner Tank Fuel Imbalance Inflight and Landing
3,300 lbs
Do Not Takeoff Using Center Tank Fuel
Center tanks must be emptied first, then the wing tanks
Max Altitude for Dual Pack Operations
15,000 ft
Max Altitude for Single Pack Operations
FL 225
Max Altitude for Engine Start Assist Using
APU Bleed Air
FL 200
Do Not Use APU Bleed Air for
Wing Anti-Icing
After 3 Starter Motor Duty Cycles
Wait 60 min before attempting another start
Max Altitude to Start the APU during EMER ELEC
CONFIG
FL250
Min Oil Quantity for Departure
9.5 Quarts + 0.5 Quarts per Hour of Flight
Min Oil Temperature for Starting
- 40°C
Min Oil Temperature for Takeoff
- 10°C
Max Number of Consecutive Start Cycles
4
Min Cooling Period After 4 Cycles
15 min
Max Duration of a Start Cycle
2 min
Min Pause Between Start Attempts
20 sec
Max N2 for Running Re-Engagement of Starter
20%
Speed Below Which Max Reverse Thrust
SHOULD Not be Used
70 KIAS
Do Not Select Reverse Thrust
In Flight
Do Not Use Reverse Thrust to
Back up Aircraft
EMER DESCENT
CREW OXY MASKS: ON

CREW COMMUNICATIONS:ESTABLISH

SIGNS: ON

EMER DESCENT INITIATE:

ALT: SET & PULL
*Descend to 10,000’ or MEA, whichever is higher

HDG:
SET & PULL:
*IF ETOPS: (a) Turn 45° right or 45° left from present on course heading to
establish a lateral track offset of 15NM from assigned track. NOTE: If a turn back is
required, it may be necessary to continue the turn up to 180° or beyond, to
intercept/maintain the offset track centerline. (b) Turn towards the anticipated
alternate if on a random route or if on a track which is bracketed on both sides. If
on an outside track, turn away from existing tracks.

*IF NOT ETOPS: Turn to avoid traffic.

SPD/MACH: ADJUST

THRUST LEVERS (If A/THR off): IDLE

SPD BRK: FULL (RESPECTING VLS)
LOSS OF BRAKING
IF AUTOBRAKE IS SELECTED:

BRAKE PEDALS: PRESS

IF NO BRAKING AVAILABLE: REV
MAX

BRAKE PEDALS: RELEASE

A/SKID & N/W STRG: OFF

BRAKE PEDALS: PRESS

MAX BRK PR: 1000 PSI

IF STILL NO BRAKING:

PARKING BRAKE: SHORT AND SUCCESSIVE APPLICATIONS
UNRELIABLE SPEED INDICATION
AP/FD: OFF

A/THR: OFF

PITCH/THRUST:

Below THRUST RED ALT: 15°/TOGA

Above THRUST RED ALT and Below FL100: 10°/CLB

Above THRUST RED ALT and Above FL100: 5°/CLB

FLAPS (IF CONF 0(1)(2)(3)): MAINTAIN CURRENT CONF

FLAPS (IF CONF FULL): SELECT CONF 3 AND MAINTAIN

SPEEDBRAKES: CHECK RETRACTED

L/G: UP

When at, or above MSA or Circuit Altitude: Level off for trouble shooting
UNABLE TO MAINTAIN ALTITUDE – ENGINE FAILURE DRIFTDOWN
THR LEVERS: MCT

A/THR: OFF

SPD/MACH: SET M.78 & PULL

*If ETOPS and a turn back is required, consider green dot to minimize the turn
radius.

HDG: SET & PULL
*If ETOPS: (a) Turn 45° right or 45° left from present on course heading to
establish a lateral track offset of 15NM from assigned track. NOTE: If a turn back
is required, it may be necessary to continue the turn up to 180° or beyond, to
intercept/maintain the offset track centerline. (b) Turn towards the anticipated
alternate if on a random route or if on a track which is bracketed on both sides. If
on an outside track, turn away from existing tracks.

*IF NOT ETOPS: Turn to avoid traffic.

ALT: SET FL200 & PULL
WINDSHEAR
At Takeoff:
If Before V1: The takeoff should be rejected only if significant airspeed variations occur below
indicated V1 and the pilot decides that there is sufficient runway remaining to stop
the airplane.

If After V1:
THR LEVERS: TOGA

REACHING VR: ROTATE

SRS ORDERS: FOLLOW

Airborne, Initial Climb or Landing:
THR LEVERS AT TOGA: SET or CONFIRM

AP (If engaged): KEEP ON

SRS ORDERS:  FOLLOW

DO NOT CHANGE CONFIGURATION (SLATS/FLAPS, GEAR) UNTIL OUT OF WINDSHEAR

CLOSELY MONITOR FLIGHT PATH AND SPEED

RECOVER SMOOTHLY TO NORMAL CLIMB OUT OF WINDSHEAR
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