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Page Page Number Date R List of Effective Introduction Pages 0.1 As Below General 1.1-1.2 13 Jan 2011 Emergency Turn Procedures 2.1-2.2 13 Jan 2011 Explanation & Examples 3.1-3.9 13 Jan 2011 Standard RTOW Chart Designations 4.1-4.3 13 Jan 2011 Take Off, Approach and Landing Performance Tables 5.1-5.2 13 Jan 2011 R List of Effective RTOW charts - Destinations 6.1-6.3 10 Mar 2011 R List of Effective RTOW charts - Alternates 7.1-7.2 10 Mar 2011 List of Effective RTOW charts - MEL Items 8.1-8.1 13 Jan 2011 NOTE: Please do not remove existing Temporary charts (yellow Pages) unless advised.
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Include in Volume : All All All All All All 3M 3S 3M

DELETED PAGES/RTOW CHARTS


With this revision the following Pages/ RTOW Charts have been deleted: Page Date RTOW Chart Ident Page Ident
AUH 31R-A13

Conf
1+F,2

Chart Date
04 JAN 11

MOVE FROM MAINS TO SUPPS: MOVE FROM SUPPS TO MAINS:.


Codes: R = Revised N = New

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NOTE: Ensure that VOL.3(M&S) is updated as per latest list of effective pages (LEP).

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RTOW CHARTS - General

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1. RTOW CHARTS IN VOL.3 (M&S):


RTOW charts (tables) in Vol.3 (M&S) have been produced with Airbus PEP TLO Module using approved aircraft database reference AD112E01. Using these tables, Flight Crew and Operations staff are able to obtain the following information for the given ambient conditions and airplane configuration: Maximum takeoff weight and the performance limitation code, Takeoff speeds.

RTOW charts shall be provided in Vol.3 (M&S) as follows: VOL.3 MAINS : 1. RWYs without E/T Procedure: Full length and Intersections - one (1) RTOW chart with CONF 1+F and CONF 2 on a single page. 2. RWYs with E/T Procedure: Full length and intersections - one (1) RTOW charts with optimum flaps CONF 1+F or CONF 2 on a single page.

VOL.3 SUPPS : 1. RWYs without E/T Procedure: Full length and Intersections - one (1) RTOW chart with CONF 1+F/2 on a single page. 2. For RWYs with E/T Procedure: Full length and Intersections - one (1) RTOW charts with optimum flaps CONF 1+F or CONF 2 on a single page.
Note 1: CONF 3 RTOW charts shall be provided only for short RWYs if payload benefit is expected or in case specially requested by the Fleet Office.

2. COMPUTATION BASIS OF RTOW CHARTS: All RTOW charts have been computed on the
following basis: i) Optimum V2/VS, optimum V1/VR and minimum V1. ii) Line-up allowances: TORA/TODA reduced by 16 meters and ASDA reduced by 27 meters. Note 2: Other assumptions/conditions like Air conditioning, Anti-icing, Reversers, QNH, Dry (Wet) Rwy as well as correction values are given on the respective RTOW charts.

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3. RTOW CHARTS FOR INTERSECTION TAKEOFF:


RTOW chart provided for an intersection can also be used for Full Runway as well as for another intersection of the same runway with longer TORA.

4. QNH AND BLEED CORRECTIONS (Up to 9200 Feet) ( Ref.FCOM 2.02.24 P1)
To take into account QNH deviation and / or bleeds ON apply

CORRECTIONS ON TEMPERATURE IF CORRECTIONS ON WEIGHT IF TAKEFLEX TAKE-OFF PERFORMED OFF WITH FULL THRUST PERFORMED Add 1 o C / 40 hpa until pressure altitude QNH above 1013 hpa Add 20 Kg / hpa until pressure altitude equals zero. equals zero. No correction for pressue altitude below 0 ft. No correction for pressue altitude below 0 ft. Sub 1 o C / 6 hpa QNH below 1013 hpa Sub 90 Kg / hpa Sub 5 o C *Engine A/ Ice ON Sub 250 Kg Sub 11 o C *Total A / Ice ON Sub 750 Kg Sub 5 o C **Air Cond.ON Sub 2200 Kg NIL Air Cond.OFF NIL Note 3: a.* Correction valid only for OAT less than 10 o C. b. ** Correction valid only for RTOW charts produced with AIR COND..OFF. c. # For high altitude operation, refer FCOM 2.02.24 p 3 (if applicable). COMPARE CORRECTED TEMP. (CT), FLAT RATING TEMP. (T REF) AND OAT CT Higher than OAT and CT Higher than T REF Both conditions above not fulfilled } } } } } Take CT as flex. Temp. limited to ISA + 60 o C No flexible take-off possible Determine MAX TOW

5. SPECIFIC WET RWY, AC ON/OFF and QNH CORRECTIONS:


Each RTOW chart in this volume is provided with its own specific WET RWY, AC ON/OFF (as applicable) and QNH corrections at the bottom. QNH corrections are given for +/-10 hpa and may be interpolated/extrapolated linearly. Note 4: See complete instructions in FCOM 2.04.10 for the following: a) Wet runway RTOW/SPEEDS corrections with Reverse Thrust Inoperative. b) Contaminated runway RTOW/SPEEDS corrections with Reverse Thrust Operative.

6. SPEED CORRECTIONS FOR LOW WEIGHTS (Ref. FCOM 2.02.12 P5)


In case Actual TOW is less than the RTOW at the top of appropriate Wind Column, apply a speed correction provided at the bottom of the RTOW chart to V1, VR and V2 limited to minimum speeds. Note 5: This correction can also be applied if recommended procedure at FCOM 2.02.14 P2 (moving towards left) is followed and Actual TOW is less than the RTOW at the new column top.

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OPERATIONS MANUAL VOL.3 M&S RTOW CHARTS Emergency Turn Procedures

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1. GENERAL. In a continued takeoff following an engine failure at or after V1 and before the first turning point, the aircraft must be flown as per the one-engine-inoperative procedure specified on the relevant RTOW chart to comply with obstacle clearance requirements. RTOW charts are calculated on this basis. 2. ONE ENGINE-INOPERATIVE PROCEDURE. 2.1 Straight Ahead Procedure If there is no emergency turn procedure on the RTOW chart, then the aircraft is to be flown on the extended runway centreline until all four segments of the takeoff are completed. 2.2 Emergency Turn Procedure (E/T procedure text as given on the RTOW chart) The aircraft is to be flown on the extended runway centerline to the first turning point, and then flown so as to complete the emergency turn procedure as specified. Note 6: Based on available data, all obstacles upto 22 nm (approx.) in the takeoff path are considered. 2.3 Emergency Turn Procedure Operational Limitations. To satisfy the Aircraft Flight Manual one-engine-inoperative net takeoff flight path requirements, at all points on the one-engine-inoperative procedure path, the aircraft must be flown with the maximum available climb gradient. Therefore: i) All turns must be flown at constant speed V2 and at a bank angle not exceeding 15 degrees when making the first turn below 400 ft or not exceeding 25 degrees above 400 ft. Thereafter, all turns must be at a bank angle not exceeding 25 degrees.

ii) The aircraft must not be accelerated above V2 until all the turns specified in the emergency turn procedure have been completed and the aircraft has attained the minimum acceleration altitude/height specified on the relevant RTOW chart. Note 7: For all runways with E/T procedure, Obstacle data (Ht/Dist) is different for CONF 1+F and CONF 2/3. Obs data for CONF 1+F is based on gradient loss for bank angle 15 o during a procedure turn whereas Obs data for CONF 2/3 is based on gradient loss for 25 o bank angle. This has resulted from the fact that Autopilot/FD may bank the aircraft up to 25 o to meet the speed constraints during a turn with CONF 2/3 (V2 being greater than F speed), while CONF 1+F is limiting bank angle to 15 o. Note 8: Where a turn procedure requires a bank angle greater than 15 degrees and/or acceleration above V2 is required during a turn, this will be stated on the RTOW chart or in the Fleet Instructions/NOTAM/Airfield Brief for that airport. Note 9: If the emergency turn procedure requires the aircraft to track (eg.track 250 deg (M)), then the aircraft must be flown on a heading adjusted for drift so that the required track direction is maintained.

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2.4 ATC Communication As soon as operational circumstances allow: Advise intentions to ATC, After completing the specific emergency turn procedure: proceed as directed by ATC or, manoeuvre for an instrument letdown or, climb to MEA or above as required, Refer to Instrument Approach Procedure (IAP) plates for indication of obstacles and terrain.

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OPERATIONS MANUAL VOL.3 M&S RTOW CHARTS Explanation and Examples

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Please review the relevant sections of your FCOMs, which have a full explanation on the chart layout and how to calculate performance using the Airbus OCTOPUS (Operational and Certified Take Off and landing Performance Universal Software) system. Below chart is an explanation to highlight the chart difference from FCOM format. The examples may be used for guidance only for entire A320 Family (A319-A321) ; for detailed explanation refer to FCOM2.
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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Aircraft Type / Model and Regulation used to produce the chart. Engine Type / Model. OCTOPUS Version, production date of chart & database codes. ICAO 4-letter code for airport. IATA 3-letter code for airport. Basic conditions on which the chart based: Standard QNH, Air conditioning off, Anti-icing off, All Reversers operating for Wet Runway, No reversers credit for Dry Runway. Apt Elevation, ISA temp, Rwy slope in %. Runway declared distances (meters) used for calculation. Take off run available (TORA). Take off distance available (TODA). Accelerate Stop distance available (ASDA). Runway condition ( e.g.: Dry / Wet / Contaminated) Thrust setting (TOGA / NO Derate / Derated thrust etc,). Runway Designation. Flat rating temp (Maximum permissible temperature for takeoff). Acceleration Altitudes (QNH) defined as: a. Minimum: The maximum of all of the minimum acceleration altitudes calculated for each of the RTOW boxes on each RTOW page. This is the minimum altitude at or above which the aircraft may accelerate to achieve Flap Retraction Speed. Third Segment of the Takeoff Path is also called the acceleration segment. Regulation Min Acceleration is 400 AGL. Min GF Acceleration is 800 AGL or obstacle limited extended 2nd segment, whichever is lower. b. Maximum Acceleration Altitudes: The minimum of all of the maximum Acceleration Altitudes calculated for each of the RTOW boxes on each RTOW page. It is determined by the 10-minute Takeoff Thrust Limit with one-engine inoperative.

7. 8.

9. 10. 11. 12.

13.

Shift value in meters (Distance from the beginning of TORA).

14. 15.

Takeoff configuration. Wind components (from Tailwind 10 kts .. to Headwind 10kts).

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GREY band indicates temperature above environmental limit (TMAX). Note 10: GREY band if in the limiting weight box, is a TVMC Band and indicates Temp for which V1 / VR / V2 are close to limiting VMC.

17.

MAX PERMISSIBLE TAKEOFF WEIGHT

84.1 3/6 156/68/69

LIMITING CODES SPEEDS (V1/ VR/V2)

Note 11: FOR VR & V2 1 to be prefixed, hence speeds 156 / 68 / 69. 18. Order of corrections: 1st. WET

Corrections for WET RWY, AC ON & QNH. Influence Box


TOW Tflex

2nd. AC ON INFL
V1/ VR/V2

3rd. QNH

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WET RWY INFL TVMC (see below) V1 / VR / V2

-2.4 -2 -13/ 0/ 0 (+60) 0.0 -1 -13/ 0/ 0

Corrections to be applied Below TVMC Correcting to be applied above TVMC.

TOW Tflex

Note 12: FCOM 2.02.10 P3 states TVMC is a temperature value given per column, and is fictitious value that indicates the temperature above which the speeds are close to a VMC limitation or are VMC limited. EG: If Outside Air Temperature or Flex Temperature is greater than the TVMC, use the shaded boxes (lower line) on the RTOW Charts.

20. 21. 22.

No. of obstacles in T.O. Path; obs height / distance (Ref. Brake Release Point). Min control speeds limitations. Minimum values of V1/ VR/ V2 to which takeoff speeds must be limited when decrements are applied. Check VMU limitation. Speeds correction for weights below the lowest weight of a column. Limitation codes for takeoff performance. Decoding the Influence box. Outside Air Temperature (OAT). Emergency Turn: Chart designation and procedure description if the RWY has an Emergency Turn Procedure with one engine inoperative at or after V1.

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OPERATIONS MANUAL VOL.3 M&S RTOW CHARTS Explanation and Examples

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Considerations: 1. When using the RTOW Charts shown in Volume 3 Mains for your final takeoff calculations, your actual TOW must be lower than the RTOW figures you choose to use. For example, if your takeoff weight is 72,400 kgs, you must use the RTOW values in Volume 3 Mains of 72,400 kgs or greater, but not less than 72,400 kgs. 2. Keeping the above in consideration, locate your takeoff weight figures shown in the Wind 0 kt column (or Headwind 10 KT if applicable) that would be the closest to your actual takeoff weight. All of your final takeoff calculations (FLEX, etc) will be based on that row. Note 13: You MUST use the RTOW figures shown in the row that is the closest match to your takeoff weight in the Wind 0 kt column (or Headwind 10 KT if applicable). You are permitted to use the (generally) lower takeoff speeds and the corresponding figures in either tailwind column (Tailwind -5 kt or Tailwind -10 kt) as long as it is still at least your takeoff weight, and as long as you remain in the same row. 3. When MACTOW C of G is forward of 27%, apply FCOM corrections 2.02.10 P3 & 2.02.14 P3 (cross-referenced to FCOM 2.01.40 P2 & P3) as follows: a. Max TOW: Reduce RTOW by 1000 kgs & increase V1, VR & V2 by 1 kt. b. Flex Thrust: Reduce Flex Temp by 2C & increase V1, VR & V2 by 1 kt. Note14: (MAC % Correction applicable to A320 ONLY)

4. OM(A) 8.1.2.4.1 (Page 8-11) states For takeoff performance calculation, wind direction and velocities expressed as light and variable shall be considered as 5 knots tailwind. 5. TOGA is mandatory from a Contaminated Runway (reference FCOM 2.02.20 P2): Flexible takeoff is not permitted on contaminated runways. 6. Speed corrections for low weights (Ref FCOM 2.02.12 P5): In case Actual TOW is less than the RTOW at the top of the appropriate Wind Column, apply a speed correction provided at the bottom of the RTOW chart to V1, VR and V2 limited to minimum speeds. 7. Use Config 1+F as per SOP; however if payload is restricted, you may use Config 2 or Config 3 if and where needed. 8. Also as per company SOP, do not interpolate from the RTOW charts in Volume 3 for your final (actual) take-off calculations. If any values fall between what is on the charts, use the more conservative figures as shown. For example, if QNH is 998 hPa (1013 - 15), use, for example, 2 X -10, resulting in a correction of -4 to the Flex as shown in the D QNH HPA correction figures. This will be more conservative than using an interpolated value of -3. Note that Interpolation is allowed elsewhere. For example (from FCOM 2.02.25 P3): Pressure Altitude zero, Take-Off Weight 62,000 kgs: your min V2 could be 131 KIAS, or when checking what your MTOW will be. 9. Refer to FCOMs if Anti-Ice (of any kind) is required.

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Example 1 FLEX TEMP calculation: BAH RWY 12L FULL RWY Condition: Wet (FCOM 2.04.10 P1) OAT: +32 DEG C Actual weight: 69,000 Kgs QNH: 1009 hPa A/C A320-212 Engine Anti-ice: Packs: Wind: MACTOW: Off Off Calm 25%

Step 1 Check RTOW for the conditions given (ref FCOM 2.04.10 P2b wet runway):

Given the above conditions, RTOW would be 82,700 kgs (obviously well above MTOW, however this will be needed when applying corrections). Step 2: Determining the amount of weight decrement due to water-covered runway (Refer to FCOM 2.04.10 P3). Note 15: Use All reversers on wet runway and No reversers on dry runway:

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Take the Step 1 result (82,700 kgs) and subtract the above decrement figure for which configuration would result in the least decrement (Config 1+F = 300 kgs). Therefore, 82,700 kgs - 300 kgs = MTOW of 82,400 kgs. (Note BAH 12L TORA 3956 m has no clearway ref RTOW Charts.) Regardless how high above the certified TOW your initial figure is, checking the decrement is critically important to determine exactly what your MTOW is for the given conditions. Also check that your actual take-off speeds do not exceed limiting speeds. Final calculations determine either Config 1+F or Config 2 could be used in this example. As per SOP, use Config 1+F.

Step 3 Locate your actual TOW in the zero column, and read the Flex Temp figure:

(Use zero wind for this example. 69,600 kgs is the closest to this examples takeoff weight.)

Step 4: Wet Runway Influence corrections:

Step 5: QNH corrections:

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Final Figure Calculations (from load-sheet weight):

Config 1+F (as per SOP)


BAH 12L FULL 69,000 kg, Wet, +32 C, 0 kts, QNH 1009, Anti-Ice & Packs: Off

Flex Temp
56C N/A 56C 0 Line 1 56C - 2C Line 1 54C - 2C

V1
161 N/A 161 -13 Line 2 148 N/A 148 +1

VR
161 N/A 161 0 Line 2 161 N/A 161 +1

V2
161 N/A 161 0 Line 2 161 N/A 161 +1

Initial Values FCOM Corrections Ref 2.02.24 P1 (i.e. Anti Ice) Intermediate Values Wet Corrections
T Flex TVMC apply lines 1&2 corrections T Flex > TVMC apply lines 3&4 corrections

Intermediate Values QNH Corrections


T Flex TVMC apply line 1 corrections T Flex > TVMC apply line 3 corrections

Intermediate Values *MACTOW Corrections (25% C.G corr.)

Final Values

52C

149

162

162

Note 16: * MAC % Correction not applicable to A321 & A319 Cross-check your results with the following: Min V1 / VR / V2 at Sea Level = (Reference applicable RTOW Chart, or use FCOM 2.02.25 P1 figures): 114 / 118 / 120 Min V2 Limited by VMU/VMCA (69,000 kgs) = 144 (ref FCOM 2.02.25 P2) T flex (52 C in this example) should be less than or equal to T Flex Max (60 C) and greater than T Ref (30 C). Therefore, FLEX TAKEOFF permitted (Reference FCOM 2.02.20 P2). Enter the Final Value figures onto the Takeoff Data Card and have the other crewmember independently cross-check your results.

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Example 2 Contaminated Runway Calculation: BAH RWY 30R FULL RWY CONDITION: OAT: Actual weight: QNH: A/C A320-212 6 mm Standing Water +29 DEG C 71,500 Kgs 1012 hPa Engine Anti ice: Packs: Wind: MACTOW: On Off 360/15 31%

Wind Component (in this example) is approximately 10 kts steady headwind which you can use. If in doubt, be conservative, and use zero wind. Be sure to check all configurations to determine which would be the best to use after considering the initial RTOW as well as the weight decrement (below). Although Config 1+F is SOP, in this case, step 2 shows that Config 1+F results in less decrement:

Step 1: Check MTOW for the conditions given:

Interpolate 29 conservatively between 25 and 30 which will result in a best MTOW of 84,100 kgs at Config 1+F.

Step 2:

Determining the amount of weight decrement due to water-covered runway (Refer to FCOM 2.04.10 P5):

The above shows the least weight decrement by using Config 1+F. Take Step 1 results and subtract from the above. (84,100 kgs 10,100 kgs: Resulting MTOW of 74,000 kgs) Note 17: BAH has no clearway. (Ref RTOW Charts.)

In this example, the RTOW check shows there is no restriction required to the ATOW of 71,500 kgs.
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Step 3: Takeoff Data Calculation Refer to FCOM 2.04.10 P5:


Use the appropriate table to determine takeoff speeds associated with the actual takeoff weight. In this example, Config 1+F or Config 2 could be used, however use Config 1+F for SOP purposes as there is no weight penalty associated. The actual TOW of 71,500 kgs falls within the Equal To Corrected Weight section of the Config 1+F table. Conservatively use the 72,000 kg speeds to obtain: 141 / 156 / 157. Cross-check your results with the following: Min V1 / VR / V2 at Sea Level = (Reference FCOM 2.02.25 P1): 114 / 118 / 120 Min V2 Limited by VMU / VMCA (71,500 kgs) = 147 (ref FCOM 2.02.25 P2) FLEX TAKEOFF is not permitted TOGA is mandatory in this case. Finally, enter the Final Value figures onto the Takeoff Data Card and have the other crew-member independently cross-check your results.

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OPERATIONS MANUAL VOL.3 M&S RTOW CHARTS Standard Chart Designations

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1. FULL Runway with designated Taxiway entry. When there is a designated taxiway entry at the beginning of the runway, the word FULL will NOT be used after the runway designation. Instead, - (ie: dash) followed by taxiway designator will be used. Examples: BAH 12L-A DAC 14-N

2. FULL Runway with no Taxiway entry: The word FULL will be used after the runway designation when: There is no turning pad at the beginning of the runway, There is no taxiway entry at the beginning of the runway, Minimum runway width is adequate for a 180o turn. Minimum runway width required for 180o turn, including edge safety distance 4.5m either side, is as follows: A319: 45 m

Note 18:

Examples: BEY 35 FULL HBE 14 FULL

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3. FULL Runway with non-designated Taxiway entry. The word FULL will be used after the runway designation when: There is no turning pad at the beginning of the runway The entry taxiway at the beginning of the runway is not designated appropriately. A dash (" ") is added to the chart title to distinguish from back tracking.

Note 21: Examples:

KWI 15L-FULL

RKT 16-FULL

SAH 18-FULL

4. FULL Runway with Turning Pad at the beginning. The word PAD will be used after the runway designation when: There is a turning pad at the beginning of the runway There is no taxiway entry at the beginning of runway. NOTE 22: Minimum Turning Pad dimensions required for 180o turn, including edge safety distance 4.5m either side, is as follows: A319: 45m x 45m Examples: TRV 14 PAD ISB 30 PAD1

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5. Runway with Intersections or Turning Pad at intermediate position: Takeoff data for departures from runway intersections (i.e. not full length) will be defined by the runway designator followed by either: a) - and taxiway designator; OR b) the word PAD.

In case there are more than one (1) Turning Pads, those will be defined as PAD1, PAD2 etc ; Turning Pad with greatest TORA will be called PAD1. Examples:

ISB 30-A

ISB 30 PAD1

ISB 12 PAD2

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OPERATIONS MANUAL VOL.3 M&S RTOW CHARTS T/O, App. and Ldg. Perf.

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GO-AROUND CONFIGURATION: 2 or 3 ONE ENGINE OUT ONE ENGINE AT GO-AROUND THRUST

Gradient : 2.1% High Air Conditioning Anti-Icing : OFF V = 1.23 Vs

GO-AROUND LIMIT TEMPERATURES (OAT OC) Pressure GO-AROUND WEIGHTS (1000 Kg) Altitude 75 74 72 70 68 66 64 62 (Feet) Sea Level 46 49 52 55 55 55 1000 42 46 49 52 53 53 2000 42 45 49 51 51 3000 25 42 45 48 48 4000 38 42 45 47 5000 35 38 41 45 6000 34 37 41 7000 33 36 8000 29 32 SPECIFIC AIRPORTS - GO-AROUND LIMIT TEMPERATURES (OAT OC) APT. ALT. GO-AROUND WEIGHTS (1000 Kg) Code (Feet) 75 74 72 70 68 66 64 62 ADJ 2555 40 43 47 49 49 AMM 2395 41 44 47 49 49 DAM 2020 42 45 49 50 50 ESB 3125 20 42 45 45 45 IFN 5072 33 38 41 44 IKA 3305 41 44 47 48 ISB 1668 09 43 47 50 51 51 KRT 1260 26 48 51 52 52 KTM 4390 35 40 43 45 MED 2151 42 45 48 50 50 PEW 1211 28 45 48 51 51 51 RUH 2049 42 45 48 50 50 SAH 7237 32 35 SYZ 4920 35 35 42 45 T\iG 4848 35 35 42 45

60 55 53 51 48 47 45 43 40 36

58 55 53 51 48 47 45 43 41 39

60 49 49 50 45 44 48 51 52 45 50 51 50 39 45 45

58 49 49 50 45 44 48 51 52 45 50 51 50 40 45 45

NOTES: 1. With ENGINE AIR BLEED OFF, increase GA weight by 1300 Kg. 2. With ENGINE ON sub 300 Kg, TOTAL ANTI-ICE ON, sub 3400Kg 3. The Actual GA weight must not be greater than the RTOW for the selected runway and temperature. 4. For data not covered in above tables, refer FCOM 3.05.35 Pages 2 & 3.
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OPERATIONS MANUAL VOL.3 M&S RTOW CHARTS T/O, App. and Ldg. Perf.

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ONE ENGINE OUT ONE ENGINE AT GO AROUND THURST AIR CONDITIONING: ON ANTI-ICING: OFF V = 1.23 MAX LANDING WEIGHT: 62,500 KGS. CONF 3

APPROACH CLIMB GRADIENT %


Press Altitude (Feet) Sea Level 0 4.1 3.9 3.7 3.5 3.3 3.1 2.9 2.7 2.5 10 4.1 3.9 3.7 3.4 3.3 3.1 2.9 2.7 2.4 20 4.0 3.8 3.6 3.4 3.2 3.0 2.9 2.6 2.4 OAT oC 30 4.0 3.8 3.6 3.4 3.2 3.0 2.8 2.6 2.3 40 4.0 3.8 3.6 3.2 2.9 2.5 2.1 45 3.9 3.5 3.1 2.7 2.3 2.2 50 3.3 2.9 2.6 -

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OPERATIONS MANUAL VOL.3 M&S RTOW CHARTS List of Effective RTOW Charts
(Destinations)
Chart Identifier 07L-A 07R-A 07R-B 25L-E 25L-D 25R-E 08-5 08-4 26-1 26-3 08L-H 08L-M 08R-A 08R-D 26L-A 26L-B 26R-H 26R-K 03L-A1 03L-A2 03L-A4 03R-D1 03R-D2 03R-D4 21L-D13 21L-D12 21L-D11 21R-A14 21R-A13 21R-A11 13L-A2 13L-A6 13R-E2 13R-E6 31L-E15 31L-E13 31R-A17 31R-A14 12L-A1 12L-B 12L-C 12R-R 30L PAD 30L-H 30R-H 30R-G 30R-F Chart Date 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 08-DEC-10 08-DEC-10 08-DEC-10 08-DEC-10 08-DEC-10 08-DEC-10 08-DEC-10 08-DEC-10 08-DEC-10 08-DEC-10 08-DEC-10 08-DEC-10 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 09 MAR 11 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 Chart Identifier 03 (Missed App) 16 (Missed App) 17-M 21-H 34 PAD 34-A 35 FULL 35-A 15L-S6 15L-S5 15R-P6 33L-P1 33R-S1 33R-S2 09 PAD 09-N9 14-E10 14-K1 27-N1 27-N3 32-E1 14-FULL 32-FULL 05L-A 05L-A2 05C-T 05C-Z 05R-F 23L-F 23C-T 23C-V 23R FULL 23R-A6 04-E 04-D 22-A 22-B 09-C1 27-C5 14-N 32-S 05L-U

P 6.1 REV 01
Conf 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F Chart Date 11 JAN 11 11 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 10 JAN 11 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 11-DEC-10 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 02 MAR 11 02 MAR 11 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 08 DEC 10 08 DEC 10 08 DEC 10 08 DEC 10 30 DEC 10 30 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 30 DEC 10

Code

IATA ADD ADD ADD ADD ADD ADD ADE ADE ADE ADE AMM AMM AMM AMM AMM AMM AMM AMM ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH ATH AUH AUH AUH AUH AUH AUH AUH AUH BAH BAH BAH BAH BAH BAH BAH BAH BAH

Conf 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 3 3 3 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2

Code

IATA BEY BEY BEY BEY BEY BEY BEY BEY BGW BGW BGW BGW BGW BGW BOM BOM BOM BOM BOM BOM BOM N N BSR BSR CAI CAI CAI CAI CAI CAI CAI CAI CAI CAI CMB CMB CMB CMB COK COK DAC DAC DAM

Codes: R = Revised N = New NOTE: All RTOW charts have been computed with AC OFF unless mentioned.

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(Destinations)
Chart Identifier 05L-S 05R-G 23L-A1 23R-P 09-K 10-N 10-M 11-Z8 11-Z6 27-A 28-P 28-C 28-B 29-CE1 29-Z3 16L-J 16L-R 16R-B 16R-B4 34L-B 34L-B2 34R-J 34R-J1 16 PAD 16-A 16-B 34-G 34-E1 12L-M 12L-M3 12R-K1 12R-K2 12R-K6 30L-K17 30L-K13 30R-M14A 30R-M10A 18-A1 18-A2 36 PAD 36-A4 14 FULL 14-H 32 FULL 32-A Chart Date 30 DEC 10 30 DEC 10 30 DEC 10 30 DEC 10 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 22 DEC 10 22 DEC 10 22 DEC 10 22 DEC 10 22 DEC 10 22 DEC 10 22 DEC 10 22 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 04 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 09 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 09 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 04 JAN 11 28 DEC 10 28 DEC 10 28 DEC 10 28 DEC 10 28 DEC 10 28 DEC 10 28 DEC 10 28 DEC 10 N N N Chart Identifier 08L-J 08R-J 26L-G 26R-G 11L-C 11L-E 11R-C 11R-Z 29L-FULL 29L-H 29R-N 29R-J 05-E1 17L-B1 17R-A1 23 FULL 35L-A6 35R-B11 16C-R 16L-L1 16R-B7 34C-H1 34L-B 34R-V 07L-A 07L-D 07R-E 07R-C 25L-H 25L-F 25R-G 25R-F 18 PAD 18-A 36 PAD1 36-G 02 PAD (AC OFF) 02 PAD (AC ON) 20 PAD (AC OFF) 20 PAD WET (AC OFF) 20 PAD (AC ON)

P 6.2 REV 01
Conf 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F Chart Date 03 JAN 11 03 JAN 11 03 JAN 11 03 JAN 11 06 DEC 10 06 DEC 10 06 DEC 10 09 JAN 11 06 DEC 10 06 DEC 10 06 DEC 10 06 DEC 10 07 DEC 11 07 DEC 11 07 DEC 11 07 DEC 11 07 DEC 11 07 DEC 11 12 DEC 10 12 DEC 10 12 DEC 10 12 DEC 10 12 DEC 10 12 DEC 10 12-DEC-10 12-DEC-10 12-DEC-10 12-DEC-10 12-DEC-10 12-DEC-10 12-DEC-10 12-DEC-10 08 DEC 10 08 DEC 10 08 DEC 10 08 DEC 10 10 MAR 11 10 MAR 11 10 MAR 11 10 MAR 11 10 MAR 11

Code

IATA DAM DAM DAM DAM DEL DEL DEL DEL DEL DEL DEL DEL DEL DEL DEL DMM DMM DMM DMM DMM DMM DMM DMM DOH DOH DOH DOH DOH DXB DXB DXB DXB DXB DXB DXB DXB DXB EBL EBL EBL EBL HBE HBE HBE HBE

Conf 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F, 2 1+F, 2 1+F, 2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F, 2 1+F, 2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2

Code

IATA IFN IFN IFN IFN IKA IKA IKA IKA IKA IKA IKA IKA IST IST IST IST IST IST JED JED JED JED JED JED KHI KHI KHI KHI KHI KHI KHI KHI KRT KRT KRT KRT KTM KTM KTM KTM KTM

N N

Codes: R = Revised N = New NOTE: All RTOW charts have been computed with AC OFF unless mentioned.

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(Destinations)
Chart Identifier 20 PAD WET (AC ON) 15L-FULL 15L-E5 15R-W15 15R-W5 33L-W1 33L-W2 33R-E1 33R-E2 04-H 22-A 07-K 07-F 12 PAD 25-J 25-C 30 FULL 08-A1 08-E 26-A4 26-B 17-D 18-C 35-A 36-D 13L-H 13R-H 31L-E 31R-E 10-A 28-C 17-F 35-A1 15L-G 15L-G6 15R-A 15R-A6 33L-A 33L-A2 33R-G 33R-G2 Chart Date 10 MAR 11 26 DEC 10 26 DEC 10 26 DEC 10 26 DEC 10 26 DEC 10 26 DEC 10 26 DEC 10 26 DEC 10 08 JAN 11 08 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 06 JAN 11 28 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 29 DEC 10 28 DEC 10 28 DEC 10 28 DEC 10 28 DEC 10 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 09 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 05 JAN 11 Chart Identifier 18-FULL 36-FULL 11L-A7 11L-A5 11R-B7 11R-B5 29L-B1 29L-C2 29R-A1 29R-A2

P 6.3 REV 01
Conf 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F Chart Date 24 DEC 10 24 DEC 10 10 JAN 11 10 JAN 11 10 JAN 11 10 JAN 11 10 JAN 11 10 JAN 11 10 JAN 11 10 JAN 11

Code N

IATA KTM KWI KWI KWI KWI KWI KWI KWI KWI LCA LCA MAA MAA MAA MAA MAA MAA MCT MCT MCT MCT MED MED MED MED MHD MHD MHD MHD NJF NJF PEW PEW RUH RUH RUH RUH RUH RUH RUH RUH

Conf 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 3 1+F,2 1+F,2 3 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F,2 1+F 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2

Code

IATA SAH SAH SYZ SYZ SYZ SYZ SYZ SYZ SYZ SYZ

Codes: R = Revised N = New NOTE: All RTOW charts have been computed with AC OFF unless mentioned.

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(Alternates)
Chart Identifier 01-A 19-E 06-A2 24-FULL 09-A 27-A 04 PAD 22-E 05-A 23 PAD1 04 PAD 22 PAD 01L-E21 01R-B13 19L-B1 19R-E1 09-A6 27-A1 03R-A 21L-G 01L PAD 01R-D 19L PAD 19R PAD 07L-N6 07R-S7 25L-S1 25R-N1 05 PAD 23 PAD 11-F 29-A 18-A 36-H 03L-A2 03R-A 21L-A 21R-A1 Chart Date 27 Feb 11 27 Feb 11 27 Feb 11 27 Feb 11 08 Dec 10 08 Dec 10 06 Dec 10 06 Dec 10 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 27 Feb 11 27 Feb 11 06 Dec 10 06 Dec 10 06 Dec 10 06 Dec 10 08 Mar 11 07 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 17 Feb 11 17 Feb 11 17 Feb 11 17 Feb 11 14 Feb 11 14 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 Chart Identifier 05-G 23-A 09-A 27 PAD 16-J 34-B 09-A10 09-A8 27-A1 27-A3 12 PAD2 30 PAD1 09 PAD 27 PAD1 16 PAD 34 PAD 09 PAD 27 PAD1 14L-A1 14R-C1 32L FULL 32R-A11 18L-S 18R PAD 36L PAD 36R-Q 09 PAD 27 PAD 02-B 20-K 18 PAD 36 PAD 08L-A1 08R-B1 26L-B15 26R-A15 04-A 22-A

P 7.1 REV 01
Conf 1+F,2 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F,2 Chart Date 20 Feb 11 01 Mar 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 29 Nov 10 29 Nov 10 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 28 Feb 11 28 Feb 11 13 Dec 10 13 Dec 10 13 Dec 10 13 Dec 10 05 Jan 11 05 Jan 11 05 Jan 11 05 Jan 11 28 Feb 11 28 Feb 11 06 Feb 11 06 Feb 11 01 Feb 11 01 Feb 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11

Code

IATA AAN AAN ADJ ADJ ALP ALP ALY ALY AMD AMD BJR BJR BKK BKK BKK BKK BLR BLR BND BND CCU CCU CCU CCU CGK CGK CGK CGK CGP CGP CHQ CHQ CNX CNX ESB ESB ESB ESB

Conf 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F

Code

IATA GVA GVA HKT HKT HRG HRG HYD HYD HYD HYD ISB ISB JAI JAI JHB JHB JIB JIB KUL KUL KUL KUL LHE LHE LHE LHE LKO LKO LXR LXR MLE MLE MUC MUC MUC MUC PEN PEN

Codes: R = Revised N = New NOTE: All RTOW charts have been computed with AC OFF unless mentioned.

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(Alternates)
Chart Identifier 11-A 29-E 17 PAD 35 PAD 07-F 25-A 06 PAD 24 PAD 16-A 34-B 06-J 24-E 12-A 30-G 02C-E11 02CE11SH (SHIP) 02L-W9 02LW9SH (SHIP) 20C-E1 20R-W1 10-F 16-A 28-F2 34-A 07-T 25-Z 04L-A 04R-M 22L-H 22R-G 05-T1 23-T3 14L-N8 14R-S11 32L-S2 32R-N1 Chart Date 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 28 Feb 11 28 Feb 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 28 Feb 11 28 Feb 11 20 Feb 11 20 Feb 11 06 Mar 11 06 Mar 11 06 Mar 11 06 Mar 11 06 Mar 11 06 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 28 Feb 11 28 Feb 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 01 Mar 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 28 Feb 11 28 Feb 11 28 Feb 11 28 Feb 11 Chart Identifier 14 PAD 32 PAD 18-A 36-D 09 PAD1 27 PAD 17-J 35-E 10-B 14 FULL 16-E 28-A 32-H3 34-E9

P 7.2 REV 01
Conf 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F Chart Date 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11 16 Feb 11

Code

IATA PFO PFO PZU PZU RHO RHO RIY RIY RKT RKT SAW SAW SHJ SHJ SIN SIN SIN SIN SIN SIN SKG SKG SKG SKG SLL SLL SSH SSH SSH SSH TEQ TEQ TLS TLS TLS TLS

Conf 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F 1+F 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2 1+F,2

Code

IATA TRV TRV UTP UTP VNS VNS ZAH ZAH ZRH ZRH ZRH ZRH ZRH ZRH

Codes: R = Revised N = New NOTE: All RTOW charts have been computed with AC OFF unless mentioned.

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(Alternates)
Chart Identifier Chart Date Chart Identifier

P 7.3 REV 01
Conf Chart Date

Code

IATA

Conf

Code

IATA

Codes: R = Revised N = New NOTE: All RTOW charts have been computed with AC OFF unless mentioned.

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OPERATIONS MANUAL VOL.3 M&S RTOW CHARTS List of Effective RTOW Charts
(Alternates)
Chart Identifier Chart Date Chart Identifier

P 7.4 REV 01
Conf Chart Date

Code

IATA

Conf

Code

IATA

Codes: R = Revised N = New NOTE: All RTOW charts have been computed with AC OFF unless mentioned.

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OPERATIONS MANUAL VOL.3 M&S RTOW CHARTS List of Effective RTOW Charts
(Alternates)
Chart Identifier Chart Date Chart Identifier

P 7.5 REV 01
Conf Chart Date

Code

IATA

Conf

Code

IATA

Codes: R = Revised N = New NOTE: All RTOW charts have been computed with AC OFF unless mentioned.

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OPERATIONS MANUAL VOL.3 M&S RTOW CHARTS List of Effective RTOW Charts
(Alternates)
Chart Identifier Chart Date Chart Identifier

P 7.6 REV 01
Conf Chart Date

Code

IATA

Conf

Code

IATA

Codes: R = Revised N = New NOTE: All RTOW charts have been computed with AC OFF unless mentioned.

A319-112

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OPERATIONS MANUAL VOL.3 M&S RTOW CHARTS List of Effective RTOW Charts
(Alternates)
Chart Identifier Chart Date Chart Identifier

P 7.7 REV 01
Conf Chart Date

Code

IATA

Conf

Code

IATA

Codes: R = Revised N = New NOTE: All RTOW charts have been computed with AC OFF unless mentioned.

A319-112

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OPERATIONS MANUAL VOL.3 M&S RTOW CHARTS List of Effective RTOW Charts
(MEL - Items)
Chart Identifier Chart Date Chart Identifier

P 8.1 REV 00
Conf Chart Date

Code

IATA

Conf

Code

IATA

INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

NOTE: 1. 2.

All RTOW charts have been computed with AC OFF unless mentioned.

The above special charts have been provided to facilitate dispatch with optimum payload for longhaul flights. For departure from other airports, MEL corrections may be applied directly to the Normal RTOW charts. However, if payload is affected, special RTOW/Takeoff Speeds data may be requested from Dispatch(BAH).
R = Revised N = New

Codes:

A319-112

Fleet Effectivity: A9C-EU & EV

13 Jan 2011