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Max. Ramp Weight (MRW)
53,250 lbs
Max. Takeoff Weight (MTOW)
53,000 lbs
Max. Landing Weight (MLW)
47,000 lbs
Max. Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW)
44,000 lbs
Max. Cargo Capacity
3,500 lbs
Max. Airport Pres. Alt. for Takeoff/Landing
10,000 ft
Max Operating Alt.
41,000 ft
Max Ambient Air Temp for Takeoff/Landing
ISA +35°C
Min Ambient Temp for Takeoff/Landing
-40°C
Cowl Anti-Ice (Ground)
OAT <= 10°C and vis. moisture (fog with vis. < 1sm, rain, snow, sleet, ice).
OAT <= 10°C and surface snow, ice, standing water, or slush.
Cowl Anti-Ice (Air)
TAT <= 10°C and vis. moisture, except < -40°C

MUST be ON:
In icing conditions
ICE annunciation
Wing Anti-Ice (Ground)
On for Takeoff when TAT <= 5°C and vis. moisture
On for Takeoff when TAT <= 5°C and runway contaminated with surface snow, slush, or standing water.
When type 2 or 4 fluid applied to wing, ON just prior to thrust applied for takeoff.
Wing Anti-Ice (Air)
TAT <= 10°C and vis. moisture

MUST be ON:
ICE annunciation, or
Icing conditions and airspeed < 230 KIAS
Super-Cooled Large Droplet Icing
Continued Ops Prohibited.
SLD indicated by ice accretion on flight compartment side windows.
Wing and Cowl anti-ice must be ON.
Leave icing conditions immediately when side window icing occurs.
Cold Weather Ops (General)
Takeoff prohibited with frost, ice, snow, or slush adhering to critical surfaces.
Cold Weather Ops (Tactile Check)
Tactile Check required when OAT <= 5°C or wing fuel temp <= 0°C and:
Vis. moisture, or
Water on wing, or
Difference between dew point and OAT is 3°C or less, or
Atmospheric conditions conducive to frost formation.
Runway Slopes
+/- 2%
Max. Tailwind for Takeoff/Landing
10 kts
Min. Flight Crew
1 pilot, 1 copilot
Color Logic
RED - Max/Min limitations
AMBER - Caution Range
GREEN - Normal Op Range
Airplane Cold Soak
Before first flight of day, and aircraft is cold soaked for more than 8 hours,

engines motored for 60 seconds and fan rotation verified before start initiated.

Thrust reversers must be actuated until deploy/stow cycles are < 5 seconds.
Continuous Engine Ignition (Must be on when (2 Takeoffs, 2 others)
Must be used:
Takeoff/landing on contaminated rwy.
Takeoff with crosswind comp. > 10 kts.
Mod. or heavier rain or turbulence.
In vicinity of thunderstorms.

Engine ops at or near shaker predicated on operable auto-ignition system.
Starter Cranking Limits (Ground/Air) (Regular/ITT limits/Dry Motoring)
Starter not used if N2 exceeds 55%.

1st - Max 1 min. - 10 seconds off
2nd - Max 1 min. - 10 seconds off
3+ - Max 1 min. - 5 min. off


Thrust lever SHUT-OFF to IDLE:
Ground ITT 120°C or less
Air ITT 90°C or less


Dry Motoring

Thrust levers SHUT-OFF

1st - 90 sec. - 5 min. off
2+ - 30 sec. - 5 min. off
Reduced Thrust (N1 speeds, when not to be used)
APR always used.
Cannot be used if normal takeoff fan speed < 85% N1
Cannot be used if reduced fan speed < 85% N1

Cannot be used:
First flight of the day for aircraft.
Wing/Cowl Anti-ice on.
Contaminated runways (Standing water, snow, slush or ice).
Warnings of windshear/downdrafts forecast.

Can be used on wet runway with wet runway performance data.
Max. Fuel Imbalance (L/R)
800 lbs
Fuel - Max. Center for Takeoff
500 lbs with less than 4,400 lbs in each wing
Fuel - Go Around Fuel Requirement
450 lbs with airplane level, assuming max 10° nose up.
APU Start Cycle (On Batteries)(Ground/Air)
1st - 30 sec.
2nd - 30 sec. - 20 min. off
3rd - 30 sec.
4th - 30 sec. - 40 min. off

2 minute delay between attempts for cooling/drainage.
APU Bleed Air for PACKs
15,000 ft
APU Bleed Air for Engine Start on Ground
None. But operating engine N2 cannot exceed 70%.
APU Bleed Air for Engine Start in Air
Not permitted for Single-engine ops.

Permitted for Double-engine failure below 13,000 ft.
APU usage (Altitudes)
37,000 - Operating
30,000 - APU Start
15,000 - PACKs
13,000 - Engine Start
Engine Stabilization (Takeoff/Landing)
Prior to Takeoff: 2 minutes

Prior to Shutdown: 2 minutes at IDLE. Taxi time below 80% N2 is counted.
Flap Speeds
Flaps 8° - 215 KIAS
Flaps 20° - 215 KIAS
Flaps 30° - 185 KIAS
Flaps 45° - 170 KIAS
Landing Gear Operating Speeds (safe to extend, safe to retract)
Extend - 250 KIAS
Retract - 200 KIAS
Turbulence Penetration Speed
280 KIAS or 0.75 Mach (lesser of two)
Minimum Operating Limit Speed
Not below onset of stall warning (shaker) unless specifically authorized for flight test or training ops.
Max. Takeoff Wind Speed - Total
60 kts
Max. Takeoff Headwind Component
55 kts
Crosswind Limitations (Max. Demo, Wet Rwy, Contaminated Rwy, Low-Time Capt.)
Max Demo - 27 kts
Wet Runways - 17 kts
Contaminated - 15 kts
Low-time Capt - 27 kts

Contaminated means braking less than Good (MU value < 40)

Low-time Capt is < 100 hrs PIC in type (CR2)
Minimum Autopilot Altitude
600 ft AGL unless:

Visual/Non-Prec. Appr. - 400 ft AGL but no lower than 50 ft below DDA (higher of the two).

Prec. Appr. - 80 ft AGL but not lower than 50 ft below DA (higher of two).

Use of DES mode (FD or AP coupled) during approach not permitted.
10th Stage Bleed Air for Takeoff/Landing
Closed if cowl and/or wing anti-ice is on.
Max. Operation Time on DC Power (Ground)
5 min. for CRT display protection (lack of cooling)
Circuit Breaker Reset in Flight
Permitted only in compliance with OM/QRH or if judgement of PIC deems necessary for safe ops.
Flap Usage
Not permitted en-route.
Not permitted above 15,000 ft.
Flight Spoiler Usage
Not permitted:

Below recommended appr. speed plus 17 KIAS.
Below 800 ft AGL.
Flaps > 30°
When must both stall protection switches be on?
All phases of flight.
Engine Ops near/at shaker are predicated on what?
Operating auto-ignition system.
When must taxi lights be off?
Airplane stationary > 10 minutes
Takeoff not permitted when what messages are displayed? (Thrust Rev.)
THRUST REVERSER UNLK light
REV icon on N1 gauge
L or R REV UNLOCKED caution message
Max. Full Thrust-Reverse Speed
60 KIAS

IDLE below 60 KIAS is permitted
Can thrust reverse be used for pre-flight when airplane is stationary?
Yes, IDLE only
Can thrust reverse be used for taxi?
No, used for taxi only in emergency.
Min. BTMS Cooling Period Between Landing/RTO and Next Takeoff
15 minutes
TCAS RA Compliance and Exceptions
Pilot must comply with RAs.

Exceptions:
Performance limited, such as engine failure.
Conditions such that it can be seen that there is an obvious error or malfunction in the TCAS.
Integrated Standby Instrument (ISI) with ILS tuned while on BackCourse
ISI will show loc and glideslope deviation. Use of this information is prohibited.