CL350 AFM Limitations(NICE TO KNOW) Flashcards
memorize aricraft limitaions
Engine Anti-Ice Ground Operation
Must be on when OAT on the ground and for takeoff is +10C or below when operating of ramps taxiways and runways with snow, ice, standing water, or slush present.
Engine Anti-Ice Flight Operatons
Must be on in visible moisture when TAT is +10C or below except when SAT is -40C or below.
*Must be on when ICE DETECT CAS message is on or in icing conditions
Wing Anti-Ice Ground Operations
Must be on for takeoff when OAT is +5C or below in visible moisture(fog, rain, etc with vis < 1 mile) and/or when operating on ramps, taxiways, and runways when surface snow , ice ,standing water, or slush is present.
Wing Anti-Ice Flight Operations
Icing conditions exist in flight at a TAT of +10C or below and visible moisture in any form is encountered, except when SAT is at or below -40C.
WING A/I must be on when:
- ICE DETECT CAS message is on, or
- in icing conditions but airspeed is < 210 KIAS
Maximum Approach Glide Path Angle
Operations with a glidepath angle greater than 4.5 degrees or greater is prohibited.*
*Glidepath angle further limited at ariport elevations above 5,000’ MSL. see chart , figure 02-01-1
Max Ramp Weight
Max Takeoff Weight
Minimum Takeoff Weight
due to Vmcg
Max Zero Fuel Weight
Max Landing Weight
Minimum Flight Weight
Vmo (up to 8000’)
Vmo (above 8000’)
Mmo (above 29,475’)
Vra (rough air penetration)
Vlo ret (max landing gear retraction)
Vlo ext (max landing gear extension)
Vle (max landing gear extended)
Vfe (max flaps extended speed)
Flaps 10……………210 KIAS
Flaps 20…………..210 KIAS
Flaps 30…………..175 KIAS
Max tire ground speed
Max takeoff and landing pressure altitude
Max tailwind component for takeoff and landing
Maximum Runway Slope for Takeoff and Landing
Max Crosswind for Takeoff
Max Crosswind for Landing
Cold Weather Operations-Frost limitations
Takeoff is prohibited with frost, ice snow or sluch adhering to any critical surface( wings, horizontal stabilizer, control surfaces, engine inlets, and upper surface of the fuselage).
Takeoff is permitted with frost adhering to:
a) the underside of the wing when caused by cold soaked fuel; or
b) the upper surface of the fuselage.
Maximum Pressure Altitude
Maneuvering Load Factors
Flaps up……………………+2.6g to -1.0g
Flaps extended………..+2.0g to 0.0 g
Operations with Type II, III, & IV Anti-icing Fluids
The wing anti-ice system must only be selected ON, if required, just prior to thrust increase for takeoff.
Max Operating OAT
+50C at sea level
max temp reduces as pressure altitude increases. Max Temp is +34C at 8,000’. (see chart)
MIN OPERATING TEMPERATURE
-4OC at pressure ALT below 14,000’
Do not select the AIR SOURCE switch TRIM AIR ONLY while the aircraft is on the ground.
PACK must be operating when electrical power is on for more than 30 minutes and the OAT is above +40C.
Crew and Pax Oxygen Masks
Crew and Pax oxygen masks are not approved for use above 40,000’ cabin altitude. Prolonged operation of Pax masks above 25,000’ cabin altitude is not recommended.
Max Altitude with YAW DAMP off