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Maximum Operating Altitude is:
41,000 Feet
Maximum Ambient Temperature for Takeoff and Landing is:
ISA +35°C (122°F)
Minimum Ambient Temperature for Takeoff and Landing is:
-40°C
Before the first flight of the day, when the airplane is cold-soaked at an ambient temperature of _____ or below for more than 8 hours, the engines must be motored for _____ seconds and fan rotation (N1) verified before ___________ is initiated.
-30°C, 60, Engine Start
The Maximum Tailwind Component for Takeoff and Landing Is:
10 Knots
All Flights Must Operate Within _____ Minutes of a Suitable Airport if __________ is Carried in the Cargo Compartment.
60; Cargo
APR Power (one engine) is Limited to _____ Minutes.
10
Before the First Flight of the Day (when the aircraft is cold soaked), the Thrust Reversers Must be Actuated Until the Deploy and Stow Cycles are ____ Seconds or ______.
2 Seconds; Less
The Starter Must Not Be Engaged if Indicated N2 RPM Exceeds ______.
45%
Do not exceed N1 for _____ minutes after engine start, or until all operating indications are ________ whichever is longer.
75%; 2; in the normal range.
Reduced (Flex) thrust takeoff shall not be accomplished when:
When runways are contaminated; When windshear or downdrafts have been forecast or reported; If wing or cowl anti-icing is required; When the anti-skid system is deferred
Can reduced thrust be used for takeoff on a wet runway?
Yes, provided wet runway performance data is used.
The Maximum Fuel Imbalance for Takeoff is _____ Pounds and for all Other Phases of Flight is:
300 Pounds; 800 Pounds
Takeoff with a Fuel Load in Excess of _____ Pounds in the Center Tank is not Permitted Unless each Main Tank is Above _____ Pounds in Quantity or ZFW is reduced.
500 Pounds; 4,400 Pounds
The Minimum Fuel Quantity for Go-around is ____ Pounds per wing, Based Upon What Assumptions?
600 Pounds; A Maximum Climb Attitude of 10° Nose Up.
The wing anti-ice system must be on when in icing conditions and the airspeed is less than: or when...
230 KIAS... ICE is annunciated by the ice detection system.  
Holding with the slaps/flaps extended is prohibited in:
Icing conditions
The wing anti-ice system must be on for takeoff when the OAT is and visible moisture is present or the runway is:
5°C or less; contaminated by surface snow, slush, or standing water.
What is the maximum demonstrated crosswind component for takeoff?
28 Knots (Not a limitation)
What is the maximum demonstrated crosswind component for landing?
30 Knots
What is the maximum number of passengers allowed on the aircraft?
76
Use of the HIGH PWR SCHEDULE switch for takeoff is:
Prohibited
Continuous ignition must be used during the following situations:
Takeoff and landing on contaminated runways Moderate or greater rain Moderate or greater turbulence Flight in the vicinity of thunderstorms Dual engine flameout
At initiation of thrust lever movement from SHUT OFF to IDLE, ITT must be below for all ground starts.
120°C
For takeoff, the powered fuel crossflow and the gravity crossflow must be:
Closed
Minimum ambient temperature for starting a cold soaked APU on the ground is:
-40°C
The APU starter duty cycle limit is:
No more than 3 starts or attempts in one hour with a 2 minute dwell time between attempts.
Maximum altitude for APU start:
37,000'
APU maximum operating altitude:
41,000'
Maximum altitude for APU ground start:
15,000'
APU bleed air extraction is not permitted above:
25,000'
The maximum speed for extension of the flaps to 20° is:
230 KIAS
The maximum speed for extension of the flaps to 30° is:
185 KIAS
The maximum speed for extension of the flaps to 45° is:
170 KIAS
The maximum airspeed to extend the landing gear is:
220 KIAS
The maximum speed for landing gear retraction is:
200 KIAS
The maximum landing gear extended speed is:
200 KIAS
The tire ground speed limit is:
182 Knots
Turbulence penetration speed is:
280 KIAS/.75 Mach, whichever is lower
Maximum speed for windshield wiper operation is:
250 KIAS
During taxi, takeoff and landing, cabin pressure differential must not exceed:
.1 PSI
The maximum altitude for single pack operation is:
31,000'
Use of the EMER DEPRESS switch above is prohibited.
15,000'
The airplane must be completely depressurized before opening:
Any of the airplane doors
Autopilot operation other than instrument approaches is prohibited below:
600' AGL
The minimum altitude for autopilot operation during precision approaches is:
80' AGL
For visual or non-precision approaches, the minimum autopilot use altitude is:
400' AGL
Enroute use of the slats/flaps is:
Prohibited
Flight with slats/flaps extended is prohibited above:  
15,000'
Flight spoilers may not be extended below an altitude of:
300' AGL
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