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Take off decision speed
V1
Takeoff safety speed
V2
Climb speed
V35
Maneuvering speed
Va
Landing approach climb speed
Vapp (1.3 Vs1)
Single engine enroute climb speed
Venr
Maximum flap extended speed
Vfe
Maximum landing gear extended speed
Vle
Maximum landing gear operating speed
Vlo
Minimum airspeed in flight at which directional control can be maintained
Vmc 83 knots flaps zero
76 knots flaps 15
minimum airspeed on the ground at which directional control can be maintained with one engine suddengly inoperative using only aerodynamic controls
Vmcg, 79 knots
Maximum Operating Limit Speed
Vmo or Mmo
Rotation speed
Vr
Airspeed equal to the landing 50 foot point with flaps in landing position and landing gear extended (1.3 Vso)
Vref
stalling speed or minimum steady flight speed in the landing configuration
Vso
stalling speed or the minimum steady flight speed obtained in a specified configuration
Vs1
Best Angle of Climb speed (multiengine, flaps15)
Vx 124 knots
Best Rate of climb speed, (multiengine flaps 15)
Vy 191 knots
Maximum ramp weight
12,625
Maximum takeoff weight
12,500
Maximum Landing Weight
11,525 pounds
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
9,700 pounds
Engine type
Williams FJ44-3A-24
Engine start maximum tailwind
12 knots
Engine start maximum crosswind
16 knots
Starting: maximum time to light-off
10 seconds
Minimum engine oil temperature
-40C
Maximum airport elevation for a ground battery start
10,000 feet
Maximum airport elevation for ground external power start
10,000 feet
Minimum voltage for battery start
24 volts
Minimum/Maximum Power Current Capacity for start
800/1000 amps
Start cycle limitations
three engine starts in 30 minutes

three cycles of operation with a 60-second rest between cycles
Maximum time for pitot heat on ground
2 minutes
Maximum generator current on ground
200 amps
Ground operation greater than 75% N2with engine, wing or windshield anti-ice on
2 minutes
Windshield Ice Protection Fluid
Isopropyl alcohol
Hydraulic Fluid
MIL-PRF-83282
Fuel boost pumps on when....
Fuel Low Level lights illuminate (approximately 220 pounds or less)
Approved oils
Mobile Jet II
Mbil 254
Maximum speeds
Mmo .737 (above FL290)
Vmo 278 KIAS between 8,000 and 29,000
Vmo 260 KIAS below 8,000
Maximum Turbulent Air Penetration Speed
180 KIAS
Vfe flaps 15
200 KIAS
Vfe flaps 35
161 KIAS
Vfe ground flaps 60
140 KIAS
Intentional selection of ground flaps in flight is prohibited
Vle
200 KIAS
Vlo extending
200 KIAS
Vlo retracting
200 KIAS
Vsb (maximum speed speed break operation)
no limit
Maximum Autopilot Speed
278 KIAS or .737 Mach
Maximum Altitude for Take Off
10,000 feet
Maximum Tailwind for Take-off and Landing
10 knots
Minimum Temperature for take-off
-54 C
Maximum fuel imbalance
200 pounds (but 600 pounds has been demonstrated)
Minimum cabin temperature prior to take-off
0 C (because of the oxygen masks)
Maximum tire speed
165 KIAS
Maximum operating altitude
45,000 feet
Maximum generator current
300 amps to 41,000 feet
250 amps above 41,000 feet
Maximum altitude to extend flaps or gear
18,000 feet
Load factors
Flaps up: -1.52 G to +3.6G at 12,500 pounds
Flaps 15 to 35: 0 to +2 G at 12,500 pounds
Normal cabin pressurization
0 to 8.9 PSI
N1 redline
102.9%
ITT redline
1001C
ITT redline one engine running
878C
N2 redline
100.8%
Oil temp redline
149C
Oil pressure redline
22 psi
Autopilot minimum altitude ILS
70 feet
Autopilot minimum altitude non-precision
240 feet
Autopilot minimum altitude cruise
1,000 feet
Which mode for a VOR approach?
Approach mode
Icing conditions exist when the RAT
is +10C or below and visible moisture is present
Minimum speed for flight in icing conditions (except approach and landing)
160 KIAS
What position should the flaps be in during icing conditions? (except approach and landing?)
zero degrees, flaps up
Minimum N2 speed for effective wing anti-icing
80% N2
Minimum temperature for operation of tail decing boots
-35C RAT
Kinds of Equipment for single pilot operations
1. Operating autopilot
2. Headset/microphone
3. FAA approved abbreviated checklist
4. Accessible charts
Engine failure below V1
Brakes-as required
Throttles-idle
Speed brakes-extend
Engine failure above V1
1. Maintain directional control
2. Accelerate to Vr
3. Rotate at Vr
4. Landing gear up
5. Wing X/Flow switch if anti ice is on
6. AT 1500 AGL retract flaps at V2+10 and accelerate to Venr
Engine failure during final approach
1. Thrust-increase as required
2. Airspeed Vapp
3. Flaps-take-off and approach
Engine Fire
1. Throttle on affected engine to idle
IF LIGHT REMAINS ON
2. Engine fire switch, lift cover and push
3. Either bottle illuminated BOTTLE ARMED light-push
Engine restart-two engines
1. L/R Boost switches-BOTH ON
2. Throttle-OFF, then IDLE
3. If altitude allows, INCREASE AIRSPEED TO 230 KIAS
Electrical fire or smoke
1. Oxygen Masks -DON and EMER
2. Microphone select switches-MIC OXY MASK
Environmental system smoke or odor
1. Oxygen Masks-DON and EMER
2. Microphone select switches-MIC OXY MASK
Smoke removal
1. Oxygen Masks-DON and EMER
2. Microphone select switches-MIC OXY MASK
Cabin Altitude Light
1. Oxygen Masks DON and 100% OXYGEN
2. Microphone select switches-MIC OXY MASK
3. Emergency Descent-AS REQUIRED
4. Passenger Oxygen-Make sure passengers are receiving oxygen
Emergency Descent
1. AP TRIM DISC button-press and release
2. Throttles-IDLE
3. Speed brakes-EXTEND
4. Airplane pitch attitude-INITIALLY TARGET 20 DEGREE PITCH DOWN
Battery Overtemp
1. Volt/Amp-Note
2. Battery switch-EMER
3. Volt/Amp-Note
Autopilot malfunction
1. AP TRIM DISC Button-Press and Release
Electric Elevator Trim Runaway
1. AP TRIM DISC Button-Press and Release
2. Throttles-As required
3. Speed brakes-As required
4. Manual Elevator Trim-As required
5. PITCH TRIM Circuit Breaker (L Panel) Pull
Emergency Evacuation
1. Parking brake-set
2. Throttles-both off
3. L/R Engine Fire Switches-Both press
4, Illuminated Bottle Armed buttons-push
5. Battery switch-off
6. ELT-On
7. Escape route-choose best