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Maximum Altitude

37,000 Ft.

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Maximum Operating Temperature

ISA + 35*C

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TAT limit in cruise above 25,000 Ft.

-45*C

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Landing Gear: Vlor

200 KIAS

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Landing Gear: Vloe (Extension)

250 KIAS

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Landing Gear: Vloe (Extended)

250 KIAS

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Maximum Operating: Vmo/Mmo

0 to 8,000 ft. --- 250 KIAS
10,000 ft to 26,000 ft --- 320 KIAS
26,000 ft to 37,000 ft --- 0.78 Mach

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Maneuvering Va

200 KIAS

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Flap Extended Vfe

Flaps 9 --- 250 KIAS
Flaps 22 --- 200 KIAS
Flaps 45 --- 145 KIAS

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Maximum Tailwind for T/O and Landing

10 Kts.

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Direct Vision Window

Max to Remove: 140 KIAS (AFM)

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Windshield Wiper

Max for Operation: 170 KIAS (AFM)

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Turbulent Air Penetration (AFM)

At or below 10,000' --- 200 KIAS
Above 10,000' --- 250 KIAS/0.63 M lower value

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Maximum Aft Cargo Weight

2,646 lbs.

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Maximum Altitude to Extend Flaps

20,000 ft.

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Maximum Airspeed after Take Off/During Climb without Re-trimming

160 KIAS

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Maximum Recommended Crosswind
Dry Runway

30 kts including gusts

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Maximum Recommended Crosswind
Wet Runway

30 kts including gusts

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Maximum Recommended Crosswind
Compacted Snow

25 kts including gusts

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Maximum Recommended Crosswind
Standing Water or Slush

20 kts including gusts

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Maximum Recommended Crosswind
Ice (no melting)

10 kts including gusts

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Maximum Temp for Anti-Icing Operation

10*C

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Minimum Temp for Manual Anti-Icing Operation

-40*C

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Icing Conditions Holding Configuration

Landing Gear --- UP
Flaps --- UP
Min. Airspeed --- 200 KIAS

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Icing Conditions Single Engine or Single Bleed

Max. Altitude 15,000 ft.

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Fuel: Maximum Imbalance

800 lbs.

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Maximum Usable Quantity each Tank

Main Tanks: 5,717 lbs. (844.9 US gal.)

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APU Altitude for start (c11 and c14)

Maximum 30,000 ft

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APU Operational Altitude (c11 and c14)

Maximum 37,000 ft

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APU Starter Limits

Cooling period between each starting attempt:
Between three consecutive attempts --- 1 minute off
Between 2 series of 3 consecutive attempts --- 30 minutes off

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Bleed/Pack Condition
Maximum operating altitude when one bleed or one pack is closed...

25,000 ft (AFM)

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Bleed/Pack Condition
When operating with APU bleed supplying Pack 1 (Eng. 1 bleed -=- closed) and engine 2 supplying Pack 2 (crossbleed closed).
Maximum Operating Altitude

37,000 ft (non-AFM)

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Engine Starter Limits
On Ground:

Starting or Dry Motoring.... up to 5 minutes on, 5 minutes off
First to Fourth cycles.... 1 minute on, 1 minute off
Following cycles.... 1 minute on, 5 minutes off

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Engine Starter Limits
In Flight:

Maximum Continuous Operation Time... 5 minutes

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Continuous OIL Pressure

Below 88% N2 .... Min 34 psi Max 110 psi (2)(6)
At or above 88% N2 .... Min 50 psi (7) Max 110 psi (6)

Note(2): May be exceeded during starts if oil temp. is below 21*C. The engine must remain at IDLE until the pressure is less than 110 psi.

Note(6): Operation in oil pressure amber range between 111 and 115 psi is permitted in all operational modes and time limited to 5 minutes, or between 116 and 155 psi in all operational modes time limited to 2 minutes. Total time above 110 psi may not exceed 5 minutes.

Note(7): While this is an abnormal condition, operation between 50 and 34 psi is permitted during takeoff and go around phases.

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Take off Thrust in the Takeoff Modes is time limited to...

5 minutes

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Continuous Oil Pressure... Note 7

While this is an abnormal condition, operation between 50 and 34 psi is permitted during takeoff and go around phases.

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Engine Warm-Up

Prior to take-off, the engines must be allowed to run at low thrust to stabilize the engine temperatures before take-off thrust is adjusted. After start, the engines must run at idle or taxi thrust during at least 4 minutes for cold engines (shut down for more than 90 minutes) or 2 minutes for warm engines. to increase N2 above 83% the engine oil temperature must be at 40*C minimum. In lieu of this limit, it is acceptable to run the engine for at least 8 minutes.

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Engine Cool-Down

The engines must run for at least 1 minute at idle or take thrust before shut-down.

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Autopilot - CAT I
Minimum Altitude Coupled to ILS

200 ft.

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Autopilot - CAT I
Single-engine Go-around

Prohibited

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Autopilot - CAT II
Minimum Altitude Coupled to ILS

50 ft.

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Autopilot - CAT II
Minimum Decision Height

100 ft.

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Autopilot:
Minimum Engagement Height After Takeoff or Go-Around

500 ft.

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Integrated Standby Instrument System (ISIS)
Minimum duration of ISIS when operating on batteries only:

40 minutes

Note: The maximum duration of battery power can be extended to 45 minutes if the Pitot 3 Sensor Heating Button is turned off when not operating in icing conditions.
Note: Airplane must not be moved during power-up initialization. Do not cage attitude in turning flight.

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CAT II Restrictions

Minimum RVR - 1200'
Max Tailwind - 10 kts.
Max Crosswind - 10 kts.
Max Headwind (non-AFM) - 25 kts.
Single Engine CAT II - Prohibited

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N1 Maximum

100.0%

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N2 Maximum

102.4%

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ITT Maximums

Start --- 800*C
Takeoff Modes --- 948*C (5 minute limit)
Continuous --- 901*C

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ENG OIL Temperature

Minimum --- 21*C (3)
Maximum --- 126*C
Note (3) Minimum oil temperature for starting is -40*C for lubrication oil specified by MIL-L-23699D.

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Fuel Temperature

Minimum --- -54*C
Maximum --- 52*C

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Crew Oxygen Requirements

1100 psi for 2 Crewmembers
1500 psi for 2 Crewmembers + ACM in Jump Seat

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Maximum Ramp Weight

48,722 lbs.

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Maximum Take-Off Weight

48,501 lbs.

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Maximum Landing Weight

42,549 lbs.

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Maximum Zero Fuel Weight

39,462 lbs.