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HOT START, INTERRUPTED START, N2 STAGNATION

AFFECTED THRUST LEVER...SHUTOFF

INGNITION...OFF

DRY MOTOR...UNITL ITT REDUCED BELOW 120c RESPECTING STARTER TIME LIMIT

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NO LIGHT OFF

AFFECTED THRUST LEVER...SHUTOFF

INGNITION...OFF

DRY MOTOR...UNITL STARTER TIME LIMIT

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DOUBLE ENGINE FAILURE

IGNITION, CONT...ON

AIRSPEED...NOT LESS THAN 240 KIAS

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STABILIZER TRIM RUNAWAY

CONTROL WHEEL...ASSUME MANUAL CONTROL AND OVERRIDE RUNAWAY

BOTH STAB TRIM DISC...PRESS, HOLD AND RELEASE

AIRPLANE CONTROL...TRANSFER TO PILOT LH SIDE

STAB CH1 AND CH2 CIRCUIT BREAKERS (2F5 AND 4A1)...OPEN

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DURING LANDING - EXCESSIVE ASYMMETRY OR LOSS OF BRAKING

WHEEL BRAKES...RELEASE MOMENTARILY

ANTI-SKID...OFF

WHEEL BRAKES...RE-APPLY, AS REQUIRED

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The emphasis of slow speed stall recovery is to _______ the ___ and add __________________.

Reduce, AOA, Maximum available thrust

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Upon recognizing a ___________ , ___________ , ___________ or feeling a ___________ , initiate the ______________________

Slow speed condition, Stall condition, Stick shaker activation, Stall Buffett

Stall recovery procedure immediately

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Altitude loss may be ______________________.

2,000-4,000 ft or more

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Apply commands ___________ to avoid a ___________.

Gradually, Secondary stall

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Maximum Ramp Weight

53,250 lb

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Max T/O Weight

53,000 lb

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Max Land Weight

47,000 lb

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Max Zero Fuel Weight

44,000 lb

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Minimum Flight Weight

30,000 lb

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Maximum AFT Cargo

3,500 lb

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Maximum Operations Altitude

37,000 ft

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Max T/O and Landing Altitude

10,000 ft

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Maximum Temperature T/O and Landing

ISA+35°C

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Maximum Tailwind T/O and Landing

10 kts

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VMO

335

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MMO

0.85

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VLO EXT

200

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VLO RET

200

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VLE

220

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VTIRE

182 (Ground Speed)

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VADG DEPLOY MAX

250 (Wet)
VMO / MMO (Dry)

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VB

280

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MB

0.75

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VWIPER OPS MAX

220

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VFO 8

200

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VFO 20

200

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VFE 8

215

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VFE 20

215

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VFE 30

185

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VFE 45

170

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Maximum Altitude SLATS/FLAPS/SPOILERS

15,000 ft

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Enroute Operations SLATS/FLAPS/SPOILERS

Prohibited

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Minimum Spoiler Speed

_____________.

Approach speed is current flaps _______ or _______ speed.

Approach Speed +20

Maneuvering, Straight-in

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Minimum Altitude Spoilers

1,000ft HAT

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Spoiler Usage

Spoiler use with flaps at 45 degrees prohibited

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Minimum runway width

100 ft

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The _____ lights must be switched ____ whenever the airplane is stationary in excess of __ minutes.

Taxi, OFF, 10

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Minimum APU Temperature Start

-40C

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Maximum APU Operations Altitude

37,000 ft

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Maximum APU Start Altitude

30,000 ft

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Maximum Altitude APU Bleed Use

15,000 ft

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Maximum Altitude APU Engine Start

13,000 ft

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Battery Start 1

Time On _______

Followed By _______

30 seconds ON

*

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Battery Start 2

Time On _______

Followed By _______

30 Seconds ON

20 Minutes OFF

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Battery Start 3

Time On _______

Followed By _______

30 Seconds ON

*

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Battery Start 4

Time On _______

Followed By _______

30 Seconds ON

40 Minutes Off

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*A _________ delay is recommended between cranking attempts.

Two

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___ MODE Prohibited during _______

IAS, Approach

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___ MODE (F/D or A/P coupled) Prohibited during _______

DES, Approach

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APPR MODE Prohibited for ___ approaches

VOR

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AFCS Minimum Use Elevation - Takeoff

600ft AGL

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AFCS Minimum Use Elevation - Non-precision , Visual Approach

400ft AGL

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AFCS Minimum Use Elevation and Glidepath Angle - Precision Approach

≤ 3.5°

80ft AGL

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The autopilot may not be used at an altitude above the terrain that is less than ____ ______ the ___ for the approach procedure or ________ , whichever is higher

50ft, below, MDA, 400ft AGL

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ELECTRICAL Ground Ops DC ONLY

5 min

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CARGO FIREX flight time to suitable airport

45 min

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Min Bulk Fuel Temp for T/O

-30°C

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Min Bulk Fuel Temp in flight

-40°C

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__________ with a few load in excess of _______ lb in the ______ tank is not permitted unless

Each __________ is above ______ lb

Takeoff, 500, Center, Main Tank, 4,400

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Powered crossflow and gravity crossflow must be ___ for ________

Off, Takeoff

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Min Reduced Thrust

3A1 __ %

3B1 ___ %

85, 83.5

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Engine Start

__ sec ON / _____ OFF

__ sec ON / _____ OFF

__ sec ON / _____ OFF

__ sec ON / _____ OFF

60 / 10 sec

60 / 10 sec

60 / 5 min

60 / 5 min

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At initiation of thrust lever movement from _______ to ______ , ___ must be ______ or ____ for all ground starts.

SHUTOFF, IDLE, ITT, 120°C, less

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When both engines are to be started using the _________ , the operating engine's thrust must not exceed _______

APU bleed air, 70% N2

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DRY MOTORING

__ sec ON / _________

__ sec ON / _________

90 / 5 min OFF

30 / 5 min OFF

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Until oil pressure reaches green band: Do not exceed ____

Idle

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Do not exceed _______ until:

_________ , or

All operating indications in _________ , whichever is longer.

75% N1, 2 minutes, green band

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Before the first flight of the day, when the airplane is __________, the engines must be motored for ________ and fan rotation verified before normal engine start is initiated.

cold soaked, 60 seconds

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After being cold soaked, the thrust reversers must be actuated until the deploy and stow cycles are less than _____ seconds (CRJ 200)

five

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Ground Idle N2 Split:

≤ 2%

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With OAT ≥ -20°C, thrust levers at idle, N2: ___ *

If N2 is ≤ ___ with the OAT of -20° C or greater, do not advance thrust levers above idle. Contact Maintenance Control.

>57%, 57%

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Engine must not be shut down until: __ minutes at idle/near idle thrust

2

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Flex thrust take offs are prohibited when:

- __________

- The runway is _______

- ________ components are in excess of _ knots.

- ____________ are forecasted or reported.

- ________ is inoperative.

- Takeoff _______________

- CRJ ____ : Flaps _ takeoff

Cowl and/or wing anti-ice are/is selected ON

Contaminated

Tailwind, 5

Windshear warnings

Anti-skid

Behind a heavy or larger aircraft

200, 8

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Continuous ignition must be used during the following:

1. Takeoffs and landings on __________

2. Takeoffs with high crosswind components ________ (CRJ ___ only)

3. Flights through ______ or ______ intensity ____

4. Flights through ______ or ______ intensity ____

5. Flight in the vicinity of ___________

Contaminated runways

> 10 knots, 200

Moderate, heavier, rain

Moderate, heavier, turbulence

Thunderstorms

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Oil pressure Max after cold start

Engine must remain at ____ until oil psi returns to ___________. Must be in normal range within __ min.

Idle, normal range, 10

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The captain performs an engine oil quantity check between ________ and ________ after every engine shutdown.

Three minutes, two hours

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Air condition and pressurization Single Pack Ops to _____

FL250

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An aircraft is considered to be operating in icing conditions:

On _______ and for ______ when:

- The OAT is _____ and

- _________ , or

- Operating on contaminated ramps, taxiways or runways


In ______ when:

- The ___ indicates ______ and

- ____________ is encountered.

Ground, Takeoff

≤10°C

Visible moisture


Flight

TAT, ≤10°C

Visible moisture

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A _______________ must be performed during the external inspection to determine if the critical surfaces are free from frozen contaminants when:

- The OAT is _____ or

- __________ conductive to icing exist, or

-The aircraft has remained overnight and may have been subject to _______ or

- A through flight and _______ from the inbound leg may have accumulated, or

- The wing ____ temperature is _____

Cold Weather Preflight Inspection

≤5°

Atmospheric conditions

Contamination

Residual ice

Fuel, ≤0°C

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When OAT is _____ and:

- ________ is present l, and

- Visibility is _______, or

- When operating on surfaces where ice, snow, standing water or slush is present:

ANTI-ICE ____ ........ ON

≤10°C

Visible moisture

≤1 mile

COWL

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When OAT ___ , ____ or ______ ________ , and the aircraft ________ been _________ with Type II or IV fluid:

After ______________ and at least ___ minutes prior to takeoff:

ANTI-ICE _____ ........ NORM

check ED-2 _____ A/ICE ON advisory message displayed prior to takeoff

Prior to takeoff when conditions permit:

ANTI-ICE _____ ........ OFF

check ED-1 BLEED MISCONFIG caution message extinguished.

≤5°C , with , without visible moisture, has not, anti-iced

Second engine start, two

WING

WING

WING

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For takeoff when ________:

- __________ (visibility _______ or _________) or

- The runway is _______

ANTI-ICE __________ ........ ON

Check ED-2 ______ A/I ON advisory message displayed prior to takeoff.

OAT ≤10°C

Visible moisture, ≤1SM, any precipitation

Contaminated

COWL LH/RH

COWL

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For takeoff when ________:

- __________ in any form (visibility ≤___ or ____________).

OAT ≤5°C

Visible moisture, 1SM, any precipitation

400ft AGL

Wet, contaminated

WING, COWL LH/RH

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When Type II or IV ________ fluids have been applied, the ____ anti-ice system must be selected __ just prior to takeoff.

anti-icing, wing, ON

90

______

When flying in __________ , or ___ is annunciated by the ice detention system:

ANTI-ICE ____________ .......... ON

COWL

Icing conditions

ICE

LH/RH COWL

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WING

When ___ is annunciated by the ice detection system.

Flying in __________ and the airspeed is ____ than _________:

ANTI-ICE _____ ........ ON

ICE

Icing conditions, less, 230 KIAS

WING