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Max Ramp Weight

85,870 lbs

2

Max Take Off Weight

85,517 lbs

3

Max Landing Weight

74,957 lbs

4

Max Zero Fuel Weight

69,886 lbs

5

Max Aft Cargo Weight

2535 lbs

6

Max Fwd Cargo Weight

3306 lbs

7

Min Runway Width

100 ft (SW)

8

Wing Span

93 ft 11 in

9

Aircraft Length

103 ft 11 in

10

Tail Height

32 ft 4 in

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Distance between main landing gear tires

17 ft 1 inch

12

Height to the top of winglets

15 ft 12 in

13

Max Ops Altitude

41,000 ft

14

Max Take Off and Land Airport Elevation

8000 ft

15

Max Temp Take Off and Land

ISA + 35 deg C (52 deg C)

16

Min Temp Take Off and Land

-40 deg C

17

Max RWY Slope

+/- 2%

18

Max Tail Wind

15 Kt

19

Max Single Pack Ops

31,000 ft

20

Vmo Sea Level - 8000 ft

300 KIAS

21

Vmo 10,000 - Mach Transition

320 KIAS

22

Mmo

.82 Mach

23

Va

240 KIAS

24

Vlo Ext

250 KIAS

25

Vle

250 KIAS

26

Vle Retract

250 KIAS

27

V Tire

195 KIAS

28

V Rat Deploy Max

Vmo / Mmo

29

Vmin ( to provide electrical power )

130 KIAS

30

Vb below 10,000 ft

250 KIAS

31

Vb 10,000 ft and above

270 KIAS / .76 Mach (whichever is lower)

32

V wiper ops max

250 (SW)

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V window

160 KIAS

34

Vfe 1

230 KIAS

35

Vfe 2

215 KIAS

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Vfe 3

200 KIAS

37

Vfe 4

180 KIAS

38

Vfe 5

180 KIAS

39

V f - Full

165 KIAS

40

Max Recommended Crosswind - Dry Runway

38 Kts

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Max Rec Crosswind - Wet Runway

31 Kts

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Max Rec Crosswind - Compacted Snow

20 Kts

43

Max Rec Crosswind - Standing Water / Slush / Wet Snow / Dry Snow

18 Kts

44

Max Rec Crosswind - Ice

12 Kts

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Static Take Off not recommended with XW of

30 Kts

46

Max Altitude Flaps / Slats Extended

20,000 ft

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Max Enroute Ops Flaps / Slats Extended

Prohibited

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Min Spoiler Speed

180 KIAS

49

CAT II Approach Flap Setting

Mandatory Flaps 5

50

Landing Flaps Full

Go Around Flaps 4

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Landing Flaps 5

Go Around Flaps 2

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Min Battery Voltage

22.5 Volts

53

Max ITT Engine Start

815 degs C

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Min Oil Temp

-40 degrees C

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Min Oil Pressure

25 psi

56

Engine Starts 1 and 2 limits on Ground

90 Seconds ON - 10 Seconds Off

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Engine Starts 3 through 5 on Ground

90 Seconds ON - 5 Minutes OFF

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Engine Starts 1 and 2 in Flight

120 Seconds ON - 10 Seconds OFF

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Engine Starts 3 through 5 in Flight

120 Seconds ON - 5 Min OFF

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Max Cumulative Starter Run Time per start on the ground

90 Seconds

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Max Cumulative Starter Run Time in Flight

120 Seconds

62

Max Cumulative Starter Run Time on the Ground

90 Seconds ( Motoring plus start time)

63

Dry Motoring Limits

First Start 90 Seconds ON - 5 Minutes OFF
Starts 2 - 5 30 Seconds ON - 5 Minutes OFF

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Engine Start Tail Wind Limitation

When there is no positive N1 indication prior to starter cutout, the start must be aborted.

65

Take Off with ATTCS OFF

is not authorized

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Max Fuel Capacity

20,935 lbs

67

Max Fuel Imbalance

794 lbs

68

Min Fuel Tank Temp

-40 degs C

69

Take Off with FUEL IMBALANCE message

permissible as long as imbalance does not exceed 794 lbs.

70

Wait _______ Seconds after EICAS is energized to start APU

30 Seconds

71

Simultaneous use of the APU bleed and HP cart

Prohibited

72

APU Start Limits

Start 1 and 2 - 60 seconds OFF
Third attempt - 5 minutes OFF

73

Max Altitude for APU Start

30,000 ft

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Max Temperature for APU Start

ISA + 35 C

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Min Temperature for APU Start

-54 C

76

Max Altitude for APU Electrical Generator Use

33,000 ft

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Max Altitude for APU Bleed Use

15,000 ft

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Max Altitude for APU assisted Engine Start

21,000 ft

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Max Differential Pressure Up to 37,000 ft

7.8 psi

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Max Differential Pressure above 37,000 ft

8.34 psi

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Max Differential Over Pressure

8.77 psi

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Max Differential Negative Pressure

- 0.5 psi

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Max Differential Pressure for Takeoff and Landing

0.2 psi

84

Min Reservoir Temp for Engine Start

-18 deg C

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Auto Pilot Min Engagement Height

400 ft

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Auto Pilot Min Use Height

50 ft

87

Can you use the auto pilot below the MDA on a non precision approach?

NO

88

Can you fly a LOC Back Course using the IESS

NO - Prohibited

89

The DATASET MENU must be set to ENG when OAT is between ___ deg C and ____ deg C and: when there is a possibility of visible moisture up to ______ ft AFE

5 deg C
10 deg C
1700 AFE
And when operating on contaminated ramps or taxi ways.

90

The DATASET MENU must be set to ALL when OAT is below ____ deg C and: when there is a possibility of visible moisture up to ______ ft AFE

5 deg C
1700 AFE