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1

MAX RAMP WEIGHT

14,070 lbs

2

MAX TAKEOFF WEIGHT

13,870 lbs

3

MAX LANDING WEIGHT

12,750 lbs

4

MAX ZERO FUEL WEIGHT

10,510 lbs

5

NOSE BAGGAGE WEIGHT LIMIT

400 lbs

6

TAIL BAGGAGE WEIGHT LIMIT

600 lbs

7

MMO (>29,300 ft)

Mach .737

8

VMO (8,000’ – 29,300’)

278 KIAS

9

VMO (< 8,000’)

260 KIAS

10

VFE (15° / 35°/ Failed at 55°)

200 / 161 / 140 KIAS

11

VLE/VLO

200 KIAS

12

VSB

No Limit

13

Max speed for Autopilot Operation

278 KIAS / Mach .737

14

Tire Limit Speed

165 Knots

15

Minimum Speed in Icing Conditions
(Flaps 0°)

180 KIAS

16

Is engine start with an ENG CNTRL FAULT L and/or R message displayed permitted?

Not Permitted

17

Battery start limit

3 per hour

18

One battery start = __ generator starts

3 generator starts

19

External power start = __ battery starts

Zero battery starts

20

What power source is used in an Air Start?

Battery

21

Engine start duty cycles

3 starts per 30 minutes with 60 seconds rest between cycles.

22

Abort if N1 does not indicate before __

25% N2

23

Abort start if engine stops accelerating for

30 seconds

24

Max time to light-off

10 seconds (first indication of fuel flow to increase in ITT)

25

Minimum oil temperature prior to power increase above 80% N2

10°C

26

Max elevation for battery or cross generator starts

14,000 ft

27

Max tailwind/crosswind component for engine start

10 kts

28

Minimum battery voltage for engine start

24 VDC

29

Max external power voltage for start

29 VDC

30

Min/Max external power current for start

800/1100 AMPS

31

Minimum oil temperature

-40°C

32

Minimum battery temperature

-18°C

33

If aircraft has been cold soaked below ____, the FADEC must be warmed with electrical
power for at least _ minutes followed by a power cycle with the battery switch.

-40°C; 3 minutes

34

Pitot/static heat ground time limit.

2 minutes

35

Engines above 75% N2 with wing, engine, and/or windshield anti-ice on is limited to ______ on the ground.

2 minutes

36

Wing anti-ice limited to ______ after WING ANTI-ICE COLD message has extinguished
during preflight checks.

1 minute

37

Temperature must be obtained by _______ with either/both engines running or from an
___________ when the engines are not running.

RAT on MFD; appropriate ground station

38

N1 is limited to ___ with a tailwind component greater than _____.

60%; 10 knots

39

Max takeoff/landing altitude.

14,000 ft

40

Max Tailwind Component

10 kts

41

Takeoff prohibited if:

-Any red message is displayed
-Any amber message is displayed unless the MEL is complied with
-ENG CNTRL FAULT L and/or R message is displayed
-Antiskid system is inoperative
-Battery charging amps is more than 20 amps
-Frost, ice, snow, or slush is adhering to critical areas (refer to AFM for
specifics)

42

__________ must be disengaged for takeoff/landing.

Autopilot and yaw damper

43

Cabin must be ________ prior to landing.

depressurized

44

Takeoffs/landings limited to _____ runway surfaces.

paved

45

Speed brakes must be retracted prior to ____ for landing (except where required by AFM
procedures).

50’ AGL

46

Extending ground flaps during touch-and-go landings is ________.

prohibited

47

Takeoff limited to flaps __° when Type II, III or IV anti-ice has been applied.

0

48

A visual and tactile check of the wing leading edge and upper surface when the OAT is __°C or if it cannot be determined the wing fuel temp is __°C and there is visible moisture present, or water is present on the upper wing surface, or the difference between the dew point and OAT is __°C, or the atmospheric conditions have been conductive to frost formation.

< 6; > 0; ≤ 3

49

The tactile check must be accomplished within _ minutes of takeoff.

5

50

If the aircraft is treated with deice/anti-ice fluid, the tactile check may be done anytime between _______and_____, provided the time is within the max holdover time.

the final application and takeoff

51

Max Operating Altitude

FL450

52

Max Operation Altitude with autopilot and yaw damper inop.

FL300

53

Max Altitude for flaps/landing gear extension.

FL180

54

Minimum speed in RVSM airspace.

150 KIAS

55

Minimum weight in RVSM airspace.

8,750 lbs

56

Prohibited maneuvers.

Acrobatic maneuvers including spins.

57

Intentional stalls above ______ are prohibited.

18,000 ft

58

Load factor limits @ 13,870 lbs.

Flaps 0° – -1.44 to 3.6G
Flaps 15° or 35° – 0.0 to +2.0G

59

Takeoff with a display in _______ mode is prohibited.

reversion

60

Are CAT II approaches approved?

NO

61

Minimum autopilot use heights:
Takeoff and Climb?
Enroute and Descent?
Approaches?

350 ft AGL
1000 ft AGL
160 ft above runway

62

The V-speeds, required field length and other performance information for a specific
operation must be obtained from ________.

a single source; i.e., either the AFM, CPCalc, or FMS
Takeoff and Landing Performance Data.

63

If the BATTERY OVERTEMP message appears on the ground, __________.

maintenance must be performed before takeoff, even if the message clears.

64

Generator Loads (max):
Ground
Air ≤ FL410
Air > FL410

200 Amps
300 Amps
250 Amps

65

Max fuel imbalance for normal ops.

200 lbs

66

Max demonstrated fuel imbalance for emergency return.

600 lbs

67

T/F, Unusable fuel (fuel remaining when fuel quantity reads 0) is not usable in flight.

True

68

Engine type

Williams International FJ44-3A turbofan

69

Engine thrust

2820 lbs. @ sea level up to 22°C

70

Approved Oils

Mobil Jet II & Mobil 254

71

Mixing of approved oils (IS / IS NOT) permissible.

Is permissible.

72

Max oil consumption

0.023 gallons / 1 hr (1 qt or L / 11 hrs)

73

Engine limited to __ seconds of continuous flight at 0 or negative Gs.

10

74

Structural cabin pressure

-0.5 to 9.0 PSI

75

What is the approved type of oxygen?

Aviator’s breathing oxygen (MIL-O-27210)
Medical oxygen is prohibited.

76

Crew and passenger masks are not approved for use above ____ft cabin altitude.

40,000

77

Prolonged use of passenger masks above ____ft cabin altitude is not recommended.

25,000

78

Crew masks must be _______________ to qualify as quick donning.

checked and stowed properly

79

For single-pilot ops, a _________ must be available for a passenger occupying the right crew seat.

crew mask

80

If a prolonged ground cold soak (≥2 hours) at ambient temperatures of __°C or colder has
occurred, cabin temperature must be __°C for a minimum of __ minutes prior to operations
above ____ to ensure proper deployment and operation of the passenger masks.

-10; ≥ 0; 20 minutes; FL240

81

Which light must be operable for flight into know or forecast icing at night?

Wing inspection light.

82

Tail De-ice must be off when SAT is below ____.

-35°C

83

Wing and engine anti-ice may be operated in the ENG ONLY position when _______________________.

SAT is

84

Engine anti-ice must be __ during ground ops in icing conditions.

on

85

Engine anti-ice is prohibited for _____ after ground engine start.

1 minute

86

If engine anti-ice is selected before 1 minute, must be turned off for _______.

2 minutes

87

Required aircraft configuration in icing conditions.

Clean (except for approach and landing)

88

Minimum N2 for effective wing anti-ice

75% N2

89

Can the CJ3+ operate in severe icing?

No, it is prohibited.

90

Intentional selection of GROUND FLAPS (55°) in flight?

Prohibited

91

Maximum occupants

10 (including crew seats)

92

Lavatory door must be latched open for...

taxi, takeoff, and landing.

93

Lavatory max occupancy?

One