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1

If the CARGO OVHT caution message illuminates what is the procedure?

• Direct Ramp to close cargo door unless loading
• Animals go on just prior to push
• If the CARGO OVHT light is still illuminated keep COND AIR on until just prior to departure
• Just prior to takeoff, select FAN. Ensure the CARGO OVHT caution message extinguishes. If not, call maitenance
• 30 min after takeoff put back on Cond Air. If it illuminates then follow QRH

NOTE - Live animals may be carried in the cargo compartment with a CARGO OVHT caution message caused by high ambient temperatures.

2

If Ambient Temperature is above 30C should we turn on windshield heat during originating flow?

No, It will be turned on during the After takeoff check

3

Reduce Thrust is Prohibited when?

- Cowl/Wing Anti-ice on
- Runway Contaminated
- Tailwind > 5kts
- Windshear
- Anti Skid INOP
- Takeoff behind Heavy
- Flaps 8 (Must use flaps 20)

4

Cont Ign must be used when?

- Mod TB or greater
- Mod Rain or greater
- Crosswind greater than 10 kts (CRJ 200)
- TS in area
- Contaminated Runway

5

What is the engine warm-up procedure for a cold soaked airplane?

- Engines motored for 60 sec and fan rotation verified before engine start.

Note: the engines must remain at idle until oil pressure reaches normal operating range or 10 min

- the thrust reversers must be actuated until the deploy and stow cycles are less than five second (200) and 2 seconds (700/900)

6

What is the cold soaked APU start procedure?

Start/Stop Switch push momentarily then push PWR Fuel

7

When must a Cold Weather Preflight be conducted?

• The OAT is ≤5ºC, or
• Atmospheric conditions conducive to icing exist, or
• The aircraft has remained overnight and may have been subject to contamination, or
• A through flight and residual ice from the inbound leg may have accumulated, or
• The wing fuel temperature is ≤0ºC

8

What is the procedure for Wing Anti Ice when taxiing?

• When OAT ≤5°C, with or without visible moisture, and
• The aircraft has not been anti-iced with Type II or IV fluid:

After second engine start and at least two minutes prior to takeoff:
ANTI-ICE WING .................................NORM
Check: • ED-2: WING A / ICE ON advisory message displayed prior to takeoff
Prior to takeoff when conditions permit:
ANTI-ICE Wing..........................................OFF

Check:
• ED-1: BLEED MISCONFIG caution message extinguished

NOTE-The L or RWING A/ICE caution message(s) may be temporarily displayed during taxi.

9

When are wings and cowls turned on for takeoff?

OAT <= 10, Visible moisture causing less than 1sm of visibility, contaminated runway:

Cowls on

OAT <= 5, Visible moisture causing less than 1sm and 400 AGL clouds, contaminated runway:

Cowls and Wings Anti Ice

- ED 2 displays ICE advisory prior to takeoff

10

When are cowls turn on after landing?

When OAT is ≤10° and:
• visible moisture is present, and
• visibility is ≤1 mile, or
• when operating on ramps, taxiways or runways where ice, snow, standing water, or slush is present:
ANTI-ICE - COWL...................................ON

11

When Approach requires Anti ice ( Gear down or flaps extended) what should you do?

Start APU and transfer bleeds below 15,000FT

12

When is an aircraft considered "cold soaked"?

-30 C for more than 8 hours.

13

If van vibration is experienced on taxi out with ice conditions what can you do?

Exercise N1 to 54%. Or whatever you are operationally able to.