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1

Minimum Runway Length (DRY)

4000' (Increased by 500' for HIGH MINS captain)

2

OPS review required if runway length is less than what?

4500'

3

If the runway length is less than _______feet, then it must be dry.

4500

4

Max Crosswind for TAKEOFF?

28 kts

5

Max crosswind for TAKEOFF and LANDING with NWS inop?

15 kts. (operations on contaminated runways not authorized with NWS inop)

6

Max crosswind for LANDING?

24 kts

7

Max crosswind for landing on a contaminated runway?

150 or greater runway width: 15 kts
149 or less runway width : 10 kts

8

Max tailwind for takeoff and landing?

10 kts

9

Max ramp/taxi weight.

40,750

10

Max takeoff weight.

40,600

11

Max Landing Weight

34,150

12

Max Operating Altitude

45,000 feet

13

Max turbulent air penetration speed

265/.75

14

Max landing gear extension speed.

250 kts.

15

Max landing gear retraction speed.

200 kts.

16

Max flap extension speeds?

Flaps 10°- 210
Flaps 20°- 210
Flaps 30°-175

17

Maximum cabin differential pressure for landing.

1.0 psid

18

Max cabin differential for ground operations.

0.1 psid

19

APU starter limits

3 start attempts with 1 minute intervals (then 20 minutes cooling, 2 additional attempts, then 40 minutes cooling)

20

APU airborne attempts allowed

ONLY 1

21

EMERGENCY FUEL

1300 lbs.

22

Max altitude for APU start

30,000 feet

23

Max Altitude for APU operation.

37,000 feet

24

Max airspeed for APU start.

285 Kts

25

Min Altitude for autopilot engagement.

700 feet AGL

26

Min altitude for using autopilot during a precision approach (GP angle 3.5 degrees or less)

80 feet.

27

Min altitude for using autopilot during a non- precision approach (GP angle of 3.5 degrees or less) or visual approach.

200 feet.

28

Approach Category

C

29

Max time on APR

10 minutes (when automatically activated)

5 minutes (when manually activated)

30

Max time in TO thrust.

5 minutes

31

Max Zero fuel weight

28,200 lbs

32

Max takeoff and landing altitude

10,000 feet

33

Max altitude with yaw damper off

31,000

34

Max runway slope

+/- 2%

35

VMO up to 8000 feet msl

300 KIAS

36

VMO (8001-29,475 ft)

320 KIAS

37

MMO

.83 Mach

38

Max gear extension altitude

18,000 feet

39

Max gear EXTENDED speed

250 KIAS

40

Max Flap extension altitude

18,000 feet

41

Tire speed limit

182 KIAS

42

Min Oil temp for starting

-40 C

43

Min oil pressure at IDLE

28 psi

44

Min IDLE N2

46%

45

Max ground START ITT

650 C

46

Engine Starter Limits

3 starts, followed by 15 minutes cooling period.

(engine must be motored for 30 seconds after an aborted start)

47

How long can the engine be motored for?

5 minutes followed by a 15 minute cooling period.

48

Max ITT to initiate a start

350 C

49

Max ITT FADEC begins a start at

250 C

50

Minimum airspeed with spoilers extended

Vapp + 8

51

Minimum altitude with spoilers extended

500 ft AGL

52

When can you use EMER speed brakes?

Emergency, QRC or QRH

53

When must power/gravity crossflow be off?

Takeoff

54

Minimum go around fuel (per wing)

500 lbs (collector tank capacity)

55

Max fuel imbalance.

250-600 lbs depending on fuel load (The higher fuel the load, the less the imbalance can be)

> 13,700------------> 250lbs
10,000-13,699-----> 315lbs
4,700-9,999--------> 450lbs
600lbs

56

Max bulk fuel temperature for takeoff

50 C

57

Minimum bulk fuel temperature for takeoff

JET-A = -30 C
JET-A1= -35 C

58

Max Altitude to use APU for electrics

30,000

59

Max altitude to use APU for ECS.

20,000 feet

60

Thrust reverser limitations

Paved surfaces only
do not deploy tr's in flight
do not use to back up airplane
do not use for touch and go's

61

Limitation for TRIM AIR ONLY.

trim air only is prohibited on ground.

62

Max Altitude for crew/passenger oxygen masks.

40,000 feet

prolonged passenger O2 mask ops above 25,000 feet cabin altitude is not recommended.

63

FMS V speeds prohibited above _______

ISA +33

64

VNAV prohibited on _______ operations

QFE

65

Is FMS rannge/fuel info advisory only?

YES

66

When conducting an instrument approach with a T-Transition and using VNAV for descent guidance, IAS at the IAF must be _____ KTS or LESS.

210

AOM 9.19.6 Approach

67

VMCG

Flaps 10 _____
Flaps 20_____

Flaps 10: 115

Flaps 20: 114

CH 350 AFM (Collections 250)

68

VMCA
Flaps 10 ______
Flaps 20 ______

Flaps 10: 106

Flaps 20: 102

CH 350 AFM (Collections 250)

69

VMCL (landing min control speed

Flaps 10 _____
Flaps 20 _____
Flaps 30 _____

Flaps 10: 108

Flaps 20: 106

Flaps 30: 102

CH 350 AFM (Collections 250)

70

Icing Systems Limitt: Minimum temperature- L&R WING/ENG

-40 C

AOM (Table 9.13)