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1

Maximum tailwind component for takeoff

15 kts

2

Maximum tailwind component for landing

10 kts (may be authorized up to 15 kts if specified in Ops Advisory page or by F4 message

3

Severe turbulent air penetration speed

280kts/.76M

4

Max altitude with flaps extended

20,000ft

5

Holding in icing condition with flaps extended

Prohibited

6

Minimum altitude for speed brake deployment

1,000ft RA

7

3RA-3VM: Speedbrakes cannot be deployed with flaps ____

40 degrees

8

Limitation on Rapid Flight Control Movements

Avoid rapid and large ALTERNATING control inputs especially in combination with changes in pitch, roll, or yaw (e.g. large side slip angles) as they may result in structural failure at any speed, including below VA

9

Reverse Thrust is prohibited

In flight

10

Aileron trim is prohibited

With autopilot engaged

11

Minimum altitude for autopilot engagement after takeoff

400ft AGL

12

Minimum altitude for autopilot engagement during approach

50ft AGL

13

While autopilot engaged, do not select LVL CHG on final approach below

1000ft AFE

14

Maximum altitude for APU Bleed Air + Electrical (in flight)

10,000ft

15

Maximum altitude for APU Bleed Air

17,000ft

16

Maximum altitude for APU Electrical load

41,000ft

17

Weather Radar must not be used where?

In a hangar

18

When must HF Radio not be used?

During refueling operations

19

Vmo/Mmo

340kts/.82M

20

Maximum Operating Alititude

41,000ft

21

Maximum altitude for Takeoff and Landing

8,400ft

22

Max Crosswind for Takeoff and Land on Dry Runways

3AA-3PX: 33kts
3RA-3VM: 32kts

23

Anytime passengers are on board,

At least 1 floor level exit must be open or armed

24

All doors must be armed

On revenue flights

25

Packs must not be in HIGH when one or both engine bleed air switches ON, and

For takeoff, approach and landing

26

Maximum cabin differential pressure

9.1psi

27

Maximum altitude for unpressurized flight following an in flight depressurization

Maximum altitude when aircraft is dispatched for unpressurized flight

14,000ft


10,000ft

28

Icing Conditions Exist when

OAT on the ground and for takeoff, or TAT inflight is 10 degrees or below and

Visible moisture in any form is present such as clouds, fog with visibility of one mile or less, rain, snow, sleet and ice crystals
OR
When operating in ramps, taxiways, or runways where surface snow, ice, standing water, or slush may be ingested by the engines or freeze in the engines or nacelles.

29

Engine ignition must be ____ when operating in icing conditions

ON

30

Prior to descent in all icing conditions including temperatures below -40C SAT, engine anti-ice must be

ON