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87 ft 1 in.
Ref: [PAS, p. 2-21]
What is the wing span?
91 ft 2 in.
Ref: [PAS, p. 2-21]
What is the length of the aircraft?
25 ft 6 in.
Ref: [PAS, p. 2-21]
What is the tail height of the aircraft?
60 ft.
Ref: [PAS, p. 2-22]
What is the minimum taxi turn radius for a 180° using the tiller?
125 ft.
Ref: [PAS, p. 2-22]
What is the minimum taxi turn radius for a 180° using the rudder pedals only?
19.
Ref: [AFM, §01-01-20]
What are the maximum number of passengers?
More than 25% of the reported length and width used covered by any visible dampness that is 1/8" or less in depth.
Ref: [AFM, §01-02-10]
When is a runway considered wet?
More than 25% of the reported length and width used covered by any frost, ice, snow, slush that is greater than 1/8" in depth.
Ref: [AFM, §01-02-10]
When is a runway considered contaminated?
+/- 2%.
Ref: [AFM, §01-02-10]
What is the maximum runway slope for takeoff and landing?
10 knots.
Ref: [AFM, §01-02-10]
What is the maximum tailwind for takeoff or landing?
10 knots.
Ref: [AFM, §01-02-10]
What is the maximum crosswind component for landing when operating in any flight control law other than normal?
0 knots.
Ref: [AFM, §01-02-10]
What is the maximum tailwind component for landing with flaps 10° or less?
30 knots.
Ref: [AFM, §01-02-10]
What is the takeoff crosswind limit?
15,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-02-20]
What is the maximum approved airport pressure altitude for takeoff or landing?
-20°C.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-20]
Below what ambient temperature is engine start prohibited?
51,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-30]
What is the maximum operating altitude?
48,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-30]
What is the maximum operating altitude with a single air conditioning pack operating?
40,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-30]
What is the maximum operating altitude with the interior baggage compartment door open?
35,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-30]
What is the maximum operating altitude with a jammed rudder, rudder failure, or yaw damper failure?
25,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-30]
What is the maximum operating altitude for extension or flight with flaps 10 or 20°?
20,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-30]
What is the maximum operating altitude for extension/flight with the landing gear extended?
20,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-30]
What is the maximum operating altitude for extension/flight with flaps 39°?
120 KCAS (flaps 10°), 112 KCAS (flaps 20°).
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is the Minimum Control Speed Air (VMCA) for flaps 10° and flaps 20°?
109 KCAS.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is Minimum Control Speed Air Landing (VMCL)?
111 KCAS.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is Minimum Control Speed Ground (VMCG)?
206 KCAS.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is Maneuvering Speed (VA)?
250 KCAS (flaps 10°), 220 KCAS (flaps 20°), and 180 KCAS (flaps 39°).
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What are the maximum flaps extended speeds (VFE)?
250 KCAS.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is the Maximum Landing Gear Extended speed (VLE)?
225 KCAS.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is the Maximum Landing Gear Operation speed (VLO)?
175 KCAS.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is the maximum emergency landing gear extension speed?
0.925 Mach, above 35,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is the Maximum Operating Mach Number (MMO)?
340 KCAS
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is the Maximum Operating Velocity (VMO)?
285 KCAS / 0.90M
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is the maximum airspeed with yaw damper failure?
270 KCAS/ 0.85M, whichever is less
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is the turbulence penetration speed at or above 10,000 feet?
240 KCAS
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is the turbulence penetration speed below 10,000 feet?
195 knots.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is the maximum tire groundspeed?
285 KCAS / 0.90 M.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is the maximum speed in any flight control law other than normal?
285 KCAS / 0.90 M.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
What is the maximum speed with any primary flight control surface or spoiler panel failed?
With the flaps or landing gear extended.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-40]
When must the guidance panel be set to IAS mode?
-1 to 2.5G.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-50]
What is the maximum flight load acceleration, flaps 0°?
0 to 2.0G.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-50]
What is the maximum flight load acceleration, flaps 10° or flaps 20°?
0 to 2.0G below maximum landing weight, 0 to 1.5G above maximum landing weight.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-50]
What is the maximum flight load acceleration, flaps 39°?
52,100 lbs.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-60]
What is the maximum zero fuel weight?
80,000 lbs.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-60]
What is the maximum ramp weight?
79,600 lbs.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-60]
What is the maximum takeoff weight?
64,350 lbs.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-60]
What is the maximum landing weight?
48,300 lbs.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-60]
What is the minimum flight weight?
2,250 lbs.
Ref: [AFM, §01-03-60]
What is the maximum baggage compartment weight?
1,000 lbs. for takeoff, 2,000 lbs. inflight.
Ref: [AFM, §01-0]
What is the maximum fuel imbalance?
Less than 10,000 feet MSL.
Ref: [AFM, §01-21-10]
What is the landing field elevation with the CPCS in semi mode, except in an emergency?
10.69 PSI in flight, 0.3 PSI for taxi, takeoff, and landing.
Ref: [AFM, §01-21-10]
What is the maximum cabin differential pressure?
200°F.
Ref: [AFM, §01-21-10]
What is the maximum duct temperature during manual zone control?
Above 98°F.
Ref: [AFM, §01-21-10]
At what temperature must at least one ECS pack be operating during ground operations with APU or engines operating?
During single engine approaches or any approaches with flaps 10° or flaps 0°.
Ref: [AFM, §01-22-10]
When is the use of autothrottles prohibited?
During a single-engine go-around.
Ref: [AFM, §01-22-20]
When is autopilot use prohibited?
200 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-22-20]
What is the minimum autopilot engage height?
90 feet AGL (flaps 39°), 130 feet AGL (less than flaps 39°).
Ref: [AFM, §01-22-20]
What is the minimum autopilot disengage height from an ILS or LPV approach?
200 feet AGL.
Ref: [AFM, §01-22-20]
What is the minimum autopilot disengage height for other than an ILS or LPV approach?
50 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-22-20]
What is the maximum demonstrated altitude loss for a coupled go-around?
200 KCAS.
Ref: [AFM, §01-24-10]
What is minimum airspeed for effective RAT operation?
80% for all but the Auxiliary TRU which is limited to 40%.
Ref: [AFM, §01-24-20]
What is the TRU load limit for ground operations?
With flaps 39° or landing gear extended.
Ref: [AFM, §01-27-10]
When is speed brake extension prohibited?
30,250 lbs (4,515 gallons).
Ref: [AFM, §01-28-10]
What is the usable fuel capacity when pressure refueling?
-37°C with greater than 5,000 lbs total fuel, -30°C with less.
Ref: [AFM, §01-28-30]
What is the minimum allowed fuel tank temperature?
Land within 4 hours if the failure took place within 2 hours of takeoff.
Ref: [AFM, §01-29-20]
What is the time limit after a hydraulic failure?
When SAT or TAT is between 10° and -40°C and visible moisture in any form is present, including on ramps, taxiways, or runways..
Ref: [AFM, §01-30-10]
At what temperature and general conditions do icing conditions exist?
When entry into icing conditions is imminent, or immediately upon detection.
Ref: [AFM, §01-30-10]
When must wing and cowl anti-ice systems be used?
It is verified that the flap leading edge is clear of ice by visual inspection of the flap on the ground after landing or visual inspection of the winglet leading edges while in flight.
Ref: [AFM, §01-30-10]
If flight in icing conditions with flaps extended has occurred for more than 10 minutes during takeoff or approach and landing, do not retract flaps below 10 degrees until?
200 KCAS.
Ref: [AFM, §01-30-20]
What is the minimum airspeed with wing anti-ice operating and the flaps up?
Must be selected at least 3 minutes prior to setting takeoff power, wing temperature stabilized at 130°F must be verified.
Ref: [AFM, §01-30-20]
What are the restrictions for using wing anti-ice for takeoff?
Can only use one ECS pack, maximum altitude is 32,000 feet, automatic mode prohibited, wing temperature must be at least 100°F prior to entry into icing conditions.
Ref: [AFM, §01-30-20]
What are the single bleed source wing anti-ice restrictions?
Takeoff, approach, and landing only.
Ref: [AFM, §01-30-20]
When can flaps or landing gear be extended in icing conditions?
50 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-34-20]
What is the minimum distance of refueling operations for use of the weather radar?
11 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-34-20]
What is the minimum distance of ground personnel for use of the weather radar?
37,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-49-10]
What is the maximum guaranteed APU start altitude?
45,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-49-10]
What is the maximum operating altitude for the APU?
Above 45°C.
Ref: [AFM, §01-49-10]
At what temperature is takeoff with the APU operating prohibited?
Three consecutive start attempts with 1 minute cool down periods between attempts, followed by a 1 hour period.
Ref: [AFM, §01-49-10]
What is the APU starter cycle limit?
Up to 35,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-49-10]
At what altitudes can the APU generator deliver 100% electrical power?
Above 40,000 feet.
Ref: [AFM, §01-52-10]
When must the internal baggage door be closed?
40 / 25 knots.
Ref: [AFM, §01-71-20]
What the the powerplant crosswind/tailwind limits for engine start?
975°C
Ref: [AFM, §01-71-10]
What is the maximum start TGT?
965°C for 5 minutes.
Ref: [AFM, §01-71-10]
What is the maximum TGT and the time limit for takeoff?
950°C
Ref: [AFM, §01-71-10]
What is the maximum continuous TGT?
5 minutes
Ref: [AFM, §01-71-10]
What is the takeoff thrust time limit with all engines operating?
10 minutes
Ref: [AFM, §01-71-10]
What is the takeoff thrust time limit with one engine inoperative?
25 / 20 knots.
Ref: [AFM, §01-71-20]
What is the powerplant crosswind/tailwind limits for high power (above 30% N1) ground operations?
40 / 40 knots.
Ref: [AFM, §01-71-20]
What the the powerplant crosswind/tailwind limits for taxi?
30 / 10 knots.
Ref: [AFM, §01-71-20]
What is the powerplant crosswind/tailwind limits for a normal takeoff?
30,000 feet maximum altitude, VREF to VMO.
Ref: [AFM, §01-71-30]
What is the air start envelope for an assisted (APU or crossbleed) start?
16,500 feet maximum altitude, 250 KCAS to VMO.
Ref: [AFM, §01-71-30]
What is the air start envelope for a windmill start?
To reach reverse idle by 60 KCAS.
Ref: [AFM, §01-78-10]
At what speed must reverse thrust be cancelled?
Below 10 KGS [knots ground speed].
Ref: [AFM, §01-78-10]
When is the use of both thrust reversers prohibited?
Three start attempts of up to 3 minutes with 15 seconds between attempts, followed by a 10 minute cooling period.
Ref: [AFM, §01-80-10]
What is a "normal" powerplant start cycle?
One start attempt of 5 minutes followed by a 10 minute cooling period if the attempt exceeded 3 minutes.
Ref: [AFM, §01-80-10]
What is an "extended" powerplant start cycle?
Above 1500 ft AAL.
Ref: [AFM, §01-34-70]
When is the use of caged FPV prohibited?
Within 15 nm of landing at airports not in the EGPWS database.
Ref: [AFM, §01-34-80]
For what airports should Terrain Inhibit be selected ON, and when?
When VOR station overflight is required during any portion of the intermediate or final approach segments, excluding the missed approach point.
Ref: [AFM, §01-34-150]
When is the use of VORAP mode prohibited?
It is prohibited.
Ref: [AFM, §01-34-170]
When can SFD declutter mode be used?
No.
Ref: [AFM, §01-49-10]
Is the use of external DC allowed to start the APU?
7 seconds.
Ref: [AFM, §01-71-10]
What is the time limit for engine operation below zero G?
33 knots
Ref: [AFM, §05-01-10, ¶4.]
What is the maximum demonstrated crosswind for takeoff and landing?
Three start attempts of up to 3 minutes with 15 seconds between attempts, followed by a 10 minute cooling period.
Ref: [AFM, §01-80-10]
What is a "normal" powerplant start cycle?
One start attempt of 5 minutes followed by a 10 minute cooling period if the attempt exceeded 3 minutes.
Ref: [AFM, §01-80-10]
What is an "extended" powerplant start cycle?
FL430
Ref: [FSI, (Not sure where this comes from)]
What is the airplane's initial cruising altitude at Max Weight?
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