Flashcards in KV Prep Deck (52):
What is the minimum charge on your EFB to begin a flight duty period? When must your EFB be replaced for a faulty battery?
80%. It must be replaced when it drains from 100% to 50% in less than two hours while in flight mode.
When is the EFB required to be secured in the securing device?
Must be secured during critical phases of flight.
How often are company manuals required to be synced on your EFB?
Within 4 calendar days.
When is it required for the EFB to be in airplane mode?
During all phases of flight.
Missing or non-serviceable EFB securing device.
Contact maintenance for a new securing device. Do not write up.
What do you need to do if you only have a single EFB in the flight deck?
PF must use securing device. PM must stow their device so that it does not become a hazard in flight. PM must have printed copies for all necessary terminal charts for the flight segments to be completed.
What do you do when a single EFB fails in flight?
Both pilots will get info from the operable EFB.
What do you do with a dual EFB failure in flight?
Notify the dispatcher and come up with an agreeable course of action l. The dispatcher can provide chart information to the pilots.
How do you provide feedback to SkyWest regarding the EFB?
IT help desk
What are the memory items for a hot start/interrupted start/N2 stagnation?
1. Affected thrust lever shut off
2. Ignition off
3. Dry motor for 60 seconds or until ITT below 120C
What are the memory items for a stab trim runaway?
1. Autopilot off, counter trim runaway
2. Both stab trim disconnect
3. Transfer controls to CA side.
4. STAB CH 1 and 2 HSTCU
5. FO pulls circuit breaker 2F5 and 4A1.
What are the memory items for dual engine failure?
1. Continuous ignition on
2. Airspeed not less than 240KIAS
What are the memory items for excessive asymmetry or loss of braking?
1. Brakes release momentarily
2. Anti skid off
3. Reapply brakes
What pitch attitude do you lower to the nose to during a high altitude stall?
5-10 degrees below the horizon, until reaching 250 KIAS.
What is the maximum landing weight for the CRJ 200?
What is the maximum takeoff weight of the CRJ-200?
What is the maximum zero fuel weight for the CRJ-200?
What is the maximum aft cargo weight for the CRJ-200?
What is the maximum altitude allowed in a SkyWest CRJ-200?
What is the minimum temp allowed for takeoff?
What is the maximum temp allowed for takeoff?
What is the maximum tailwind allowed in the CRJ-200?
What is MMO for the CRJ-200 in RVSM airspace?
What is the Vmo for the CRJ-200?
What is the maximum wiper speed in the CRJ-200?
What is VB?
What is MB?
What is the minimums flight spoiler speed?
APP + 20 (NA for Flaps 45)
What is the minimum spoiler altitude?
What is Vfo for flaps 8 and 20?
What is the minimum runway width required?
What is the maximum runway contamination depth for dry snow in landing for the CRJ-200?
What is the maximum contamination for dry snow on takeoff for the CRJ-200?
What is the CRJ APU maximum door open speed with the APU not operating?
What is the maximum altitude to utilize the APU for bleeds?
What is the minimum temp required for starting the APU?
What is the minimum altitude you can use autopilot on a non precision approach?
What is the minimum altitude you can use Autopilot on a precision approach?
What is the fuel capacity for the CRJ-200?
What is the maximum fuel imbalance on the CRJ-200?
What is the minimum N1 for reduced takeoff on the CRJ with 3B1 motors?
What is the minimum engine warmup time prior to departure?
2 minutes or until all engine indications are green, whichever is longer.
What is the minimum time for engine cool down prior to shutting down an engine?
2 minutes at or near idle.
What is the maximum altitude allowed for single PACK operations?
When does the Cowl/wing AI need to be on for taxi in the CRJ-200?
<10C and visible moisture, or <5C without moisture for wings
What is the minimum fuel required for a go around in the CRJ-200?
450Ibs a side
What is minimum fuel? What is emergency fuel?
What does minimum fuel provide?
Go around fuel and emergency fuel.
What does emergency fuel provide?
30 minutes of flying at 1500 MSL on a standard day at 225 KIAS.
When must continuous ignition be used?
1. Takeoff and landings on contaminated runways.
2. Takeoffs with crosswinds >10 KTS
3. Flight through moderate or heavy precipitation.
4. Flight through moderate or greater intensity turbulence.
5. Flight in the vicinity of thunderstorms.
When are reduced thrust takeoffs prohibited?
1. Cowl and/or wing anti ice selected on
2. Contaminated runway
3. Tailwind in excess of 5 KTS.
4. Wind shear warnings are forecasted or reported.
5. Antiskid inop
6. Takeoff behind a heavy or larger aircraft.
7. Flaps 8