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1

Max Taxi/Ramp weight

85,000 lbs

2

Max Takeoff weight

84,500 lbs

3

Max Landing weight

75,100 lbs

4

What is the max zero fuel weight

70,750 lbs

5

Minimum Flight weight

45,000 lbs

6

Max aft cargo

3,740 lbs

7

Max fwd cargo

850 lbs

8

Max center cargo

850 lbs

9

Max Pressure Refueling Fuel Capacities

Total - 19,594 lbs
Main - 7, 492 lbs
Center - 4,610 lbs

10

Max Gravity Refueling Fuel Capacities

Total - 14,810 lbs
Main - 7,405 lbs
Center - NA

11

What is the Wingspan

81' 6"

12

What is the height of the tail

24' 1"

13

What is the minimum taxiway or runway width for a 180 degree turn

126' 5"

14

What is the length

118' 11"

15

What is the width of the horizontal stabilizer

28' 4"

16

What is the distance from main to main

13' 6"

17

What is Vmo

335 Knots

18

What is Mmo

0.85 Mach

19

What is Mmo during flight in RVSM airspace

0.82 Mach

20

What is Vfe - 1

230 Knots

21

What is Vfe - 8

230 Knots

22

What is Vfe - 20

220 Knots

23

What is Vfe - 30

185 Knots

24

What is Vfe - 45

170 Knots

25

What is Vlo - EXT (Max landing gear operation speed extension)

220 Knots

26

What is Vlo - RET (Max operating landing gear speed retraction)

200 Knots

27

What is Vle (Max landing gear extended speed)

220 Knots

28

What is Vb (Max turbulence penetration speed)

280 Knots/0.75 Mach (whichever is slower)

29

What is Vwiper (Max wiper operation speed)

250 Knots

30

What is Max operating altitude

41,000 feet

31

What is Max airport pressure altitude for takeoff and landing

10,000 feet

32

What is Max demonstrated crosswind for takeoff and landing

22 Knots for takeoff and landing, 15 Knots on a slippery runway

33

Max tailwind approved for takeoff and landing

10 Knots

34

What is Vtire

195 Knots

35

Max altitude for extending flaps

15,000 feet

36

Max runway slopes for takeoff and landing are

+2% uphill and -2% downhill