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Max Taxi and Ramp Wt
48,300
Max Take Off Wt
48,200
Max Landing Wt
38,000
Max Zero Fuel Wt
32,000
Min Flight Wt
26,000
Min Operating Empty Wt
22,150
Max Landing Wt May be Limited at airports that is above what elevation
10,000
Max Airport Pressure Altitude for Takeoff and Landing
10,000
Max Operating Altitude
41,000
Max Ambient Operating Temp for takeoff
+35c
Min Ambient Operating Temp for Takeoff
-40c
At Altituds above 25000 feet, one pilot must wear a
Safety Harness
Is Take Off Permitted with any frost on any surface
No
What conditions demand a tactile inspection of the plane for frost
Outside Temp is 5c or less
Temp of wing cannot be determined
Visible Moisture
Water Present
OAT and Dewpoint are within 3c
Atmospheric Conditions are Conducive to Frost Formation
When must Cowl Anti Ice Be on for ground operations
When OAC is 10c or les and there is visible moisture (fog, visibility of less than one mile, rain, sleet, Ice Crystals)
Or on runways or ramps with standing water, ice, snow, slush.
When must Cowl Anti Ice be on in flight
Icing conditions must be at or below 10c and not less than -40c
It must be on above 22000ft when Ice is detected by the Ice dection system and when Icing conditions exists and the Ice detections system is Inop,
Cowl Anti Ice should be on when Icing conditions exists or Ice is detected by the Ice detections systme.
When must Wing Anti Ice be On for ground operations
When OAC is 5c or less and there is visible moisture (fog, visibility of less than one mile, rain, sleet, Ice Crystals)
Or on runways or ramps with standing water, ice, snow, slush.
If type 2,3 or 4 anti ice solutions have been applied, the wing anti ice must only be selected on just prior takeoff thrust has been applied.
When Must Wing Anti Ice be used In flight
Icing conditions must be at or below 10c and not less than -40c
It must be on above 22000ft when Ice is detected by the Ice dection system and when Icing conditions exists and the Ice detections system is Inop, Anti Ice should be on when Icing conditions exists or Ice is detected by the Ice detections systme.
When must the Wing and Cowl Anti Ice be on during Super Cooled Large Droplet Icing
Operation is Prohibitied
Indicated by side window icing
must exit these conditions
Wing and Cowl Anti Ice must be on
What are the Min and Max Runway Slopes
+2
-2
What is the Max Tailwind for takeoff and landing
10 kts
What is the Max Glidepath Angle for ans approach
4 degrees

3.5 degrees at an airport with an elevation of 7000 feet or more
Min number of flight crew
one Pilot and one Co Pilot
Max Occupants
22 or the The max number approved for the airplane configuration
Max Cross Wind
24 knots OR
With 3.00mm or .125 inches of standing moisture and a co efficient of braking of
.3 10 knots
.4 15 knots
.5 24 knots
Or an contaminated runwat is 10 knots.
Operations with a braking coefficient of less than .3 is prohibited.
What are the Engines
General Electric
CF34-3B
N1 Normal Range
0 to 98.5
N1 Max or red
98.6
ITT APR not Operating, normal range
0 to 900 for first 2 mins
0 to 884 for second 3 mins
ITT APR Operating, Normal range
0 to 928 first 2 mins
0 to 900 second 3 mins
ITT Max Continous Thrust
900
Max N2 percent RPM
Wing anti Ice on and off
99.3
N2 Percent RPM Caution Range
0 to 77.9
N2 Percent RPM Normal Range
Wing Anti Ice on 78 to 99.2
Wing Anti Ice Off 0 to 99.2
Max Oil Temp
163c
Oil Temp Caution Range
155c to 162c
Oil Temp Normal Range
-40c to 154c
Min Oil Pressure psi
25psi
Oil Pressure Caution Range
116 to 156psi
Oil Pressure Normal Range
26 to 115psi
Engine operating limits for Start
N2 20 percent rpm
N1
ITT 903 for up to 50 seconds
Engine operating limits for Acceleration
N2
N1
ITT 930 for up to 5 seconds
Engine operating limits for Max Continous
N2 99.2 percent rmp
N1 98.6
ITT 899
Engine Operating Limits for
Normal Takeoff
N2 98.3
N1 96.2
ITT 884 for 5 mins
900 for 2 mins out of 5
total transient
Engine Operating Limits for
Max Takeoff
(APR Operating)
N2 99.4 percent rpm
N1 98.6
ITT 899 for 5 min
928 for 2 mins of 5 mins
total transient time
above what altitude must one airconditioning pack or cowl anti ice be selected on for each engine
40,000 ft
What is the definition of cold soaked
-30 or below for 8 hours or more
When the plane is cold soked, what must you do before starting
Motor each engine for 60 seconds before starting and Thrust Reversers must be actuated until they deploy and stow in 5 secs or less.
Oil Temp Min for starting
-40c
Oil Temp Max Continous
+155c
Oil Temp Max Permissable
+163c for 15 mins max
Oil Pressure Min Steady state Idle
25 psi
Oil Pressure Min Take Off
45 psi
Oil Pressure Max Continous
110 psi
Oil Pressure Max Transient after cold start
115 psi which is the transmitter limit (10 mins max)
Engine must remain at Idle until oil pressure returns to normal.
When must continous Engine Ignition be used
take off and landing on contaminated runways

take off and landings in high crosswinds

flight through moderate or heavier continous rain

flight through moderate or heavier turbulence

flight in the vicinity of Thunder Storms
When must APR be verified functional
when using apr numbers for takeoff
Must APR be selected off if you get an APR INOP messange on EICAS
Yes and APR off numbers must be used for takeoff
Starter Cranking Limits
Starter must not be used if N2 rpm exceeds
55 percent
Starter Cranking Limits Normal
3 consecutive engine starts with 5 minutes cooling between starts
Starter Cranking Limits
At Initiation of thrust lever movement between Cut Off and Idle, ITT must be
Ground Start 120c or less
Air Start 90c or less
What are the Dry Motoring Starter Limits
1rst Cycle 90 seconds followed by 5 minutes off

2nd and Subsequent 30 seconds followed by 5 minutes off
When can a engine relight be performed
Only when within the performance envelope
Max Fuel inbalance between the main tanks on
Ground
400lbs
Max Fuel inbalance between the main tanks in flight
800lbs
Max Fuel inbalance between main tanks or landing
400lbs
Max Fuel in left and right main
4860lbs each
9720 total
Max Fuel in Aux Tank
7168lbs
Max fuel in Tail Tank
3112lbs
Total Usable Fuel with all tanks full
20000lbs
Takeoff with up to 500lbs fuel in the aux tank is allowed as long as each wing contains
1500lbs
What is the Min Fuel Quantity for go around
500lbs per wing, assuming the nose up pitch is not more than 10 degrees.
Min fuel temp for takeoff
5c
Can Fuel Transfer be on for takeoff
no
What position must the flaps be in for fuel jettison
0 degrees
Is fuel jettison prohibited when lightning exists
yes
What is the Max Oil Consumption
6.4 ounces per hour
0.05 gallons per hour
When must the oil level be checked
between 15 minutes to two hours after the engines have been shut down. If beyond those limits the engine must be motored.Max refill limit is 2 quarts without dry motoring the engine
What apu
36-150 or gtcp-36-100(e)
At what rpm will the apu shut down
36-150 107 percent
gtcp-36-100(e) 110 percent
Max APU EGT
731c
Min ambient temp for Cold Soaked Start
-40c
What are the APU starter limits when starting on Batterys
3 attempts of not more than 30 seconds continous cranking
Followed by a 20 minute rest time.
Followed by 2 more attempts of not more than 15 seconds cranking.

If no start, no further attempts may be attempted.
What are the APU starter limits when using a ground power.
2 Start attempts of not more than 15 seconds cranking, followed by a 20 minute rest period. Followed by 2 more attempts of not more than 15 seconds cranking.

If APU does not start, no further attempts may be made.
APU Max EGT
974c
What constitutes an APU hung start
36-150 If not more than 30 percent after 60 secs of cranking.

GTCP-36-100(E),below 60 percent for max of 20 seconds.
between 60 to 95 percent for max of 10 seconds
In flght start of the APU gauranteed up to what altitude.
36-150 20000ft
GTCP-36-100(E) 15000ft, but demonstrated up to 20000ft
Bleed Air extraction from the APU is not permitted above what Altitude
36-150 15000ft
GTCP-36-100(E) 14500ft and bleed air extraction is not permitted inflight whenever standby electrical power is required from the APU
What is the Max APU Generator load in flight
36-150 30kVA
GTCP-36-100(E) use of APU generator may not be used unless both engine driven generators are offline.
Mmo
.85 or not more than .83 in RVSM airspace
Vmo
300kts to 348kts depending on altitude
Vfe
20
30
45
231
197
189
Vlo
197
.6
Vle
250
.7
Max Gear Extended Altitude
20000ft
Tire Limit Speed
182
Max Speed with ADG deployed
250
When Operationally Necessary
330 for 12 minutes
348 for 4 minutes
215 for flight test or pilot training
Turbulence Penetration Speed
280
.75
Load Factors
Flaps Up
Flaps Down
-1.0 to 2.5 g
0.0 to 2.0
Are Side Slips allowed
no
Max relief differential pressure
9.2 psi
Max negative differential pressure
-0.5
Max defferential during taxi, takeoff, and landing
0.2
Min autopilot engage altitude after takeoff
320ft AGL
Min autopilot use height for visual and non-precision approaches
320ft AGL
Min autopilot use height for precision approaches with glideslope angle of 3.5 degrees or less
80ft AGL
Min autopilot altitude use for precision approach with glidepath angle between 3.6 and 4.7 is
160ft AGL
Max IDG Generator Load
Below 35000ft
Above 35000ft
30kVA
25kVA
Max load on each TRU is
100 amp
Are use of flaps allowed in flight
no
Flight with flaps extended is prohibited above what altitude
15500ft
Min Altitude with flight spoilers extended
300ft
Min speed for flight spoiler extension
Vref +10kts
Must both stick shacker and pushers be on for all phases of flight
yes
When is stll protection test indicator used
Only for System testing
Are Thrust Reversers approved for flight
No, for ground use only
Are Thrust Reversers approved for go arounds
No, for full stop only
Can you takeoff with any TR icon or caution alert message shown on EICAS
no
During landing what N1 are you limited to when below 60kts
60 percent
Max demonstrated crosswind with TR deployed
24kts, this was demonstrated on a dry runway and is considered limiting
When must taxi lights be selected off
when stationary for more than 10 minutes
How do you determine amount of time to cool the brakes between takeoffs
Ref performance section for wheel brake cooling
What must be accomplished if a fusible plug releases on the wheels
The wheels , brakes, tires and the antiskid speed sensors must be inspected before the next takeoff.
Are pilots authorized to deviate from ATC clearance in order to comply with an resolution advisory (RA) command.
Yes, The pilots shall inform ATC of the deviation from the ATC clearance following the response to the RA
May Evasive Maneuvers be made solely on information presented on the traffic display
no
What modes has the transponder been demonstrated in
Mode A and C and TCAS functions
What is the Configuration Deviation List (CDL).
Allows operation with certain secondary airframe and/or necelle missing must be in accordance with the AFM as amended by the CDL