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A takeoff abort is required for what conditions? (9)
W H E T  M  F E E T

W - Windshear
H - HGS failure below 500 RVR or "TO WARN"
E - Engine limitations
T - Takeoff warning horn

M - Master Warning

F - Failure of autofeather to arm
E - Engine fire
E - Engine failure
T - Takeoff torque
Takeoff open bug (top)
V (SE)
Immediate Action Card front side (6)
1.  Engine Failure/Fire
#1 or #2 Engine Oil Press Warn

2.  Aircraft Fire/Smoke

3.  Smoke Evacuation

4.  APU Fire

5.  Cabin Press Warning
Loss of Pressurization

6.  Emergency Descent
Limitations for the HGS AIII mode?

(6 Items)
1.  Flaps 15°

2.  AIII mode, gear, and flaps configured prior to the final approach fix.

3.  15 knot maximum crosswind

4.  10 knot maximum tailwind

5.  25 knot maximum headwind

6.  Glideslope angle 2.51° to 3.0
Takeoff in what AHRS modes are prohibited?
Basic and DG mode
Autopilot (coupled) and flight director (manual) approaches are approved for glideslope angles of?
Glideslope angles of 2.5° to 4.0°.
Rough air speed?
210 Knots
V (LE)
215 Knots
In regards to the fuel system, what must be on for takeoff and landing?
Tank 1 & 2 auxillary fuel pumps.
Maximum Landing Weight?
62,000 lbs
Alternate gear extention speed?  Why?
- 185 knots

- Gear doors stay open.
Maximum fuel imbalance?
600 lbs.  in-flight
What is the maximum altitude for extending the landing gear or flaps?
15,000 feet
Maximum cabin pressure differential limit?
5.95 psi
Maximum cabin pressure differential limit for takeoff and landing?
.5 psi
For non-precision (non-ILS) approaches, the auto pilot shall be disengaged when?
at or above 300 feet AGL.
Ground icing conditions exist when?
On the ground:

- SAT ≤ 10° C

- Precipitation in any form.

- Fog/visibility ≤ 1sm

- Snow, ice, slush or standing water that may be ingested by the engines, nacelles, or engine sensor probes.
APU bleed air shall be selected off when?
Deicing/Anti-icing operations.
The airplane shall not be opperated farther than one hour flying time from a suitable airport for landing unless what?
Unless the forward and aft baggage compartments are empty.
V (FE 35°)
158 knots
In AFCS APP mode, what is prohibited?
Use of a VOR without the associated DME.
What is the airplanes maximum crosswind component?
32 knots
For flaps 0° coupled approaches, what minimum altitude is allowed?
For flaps 0° the autopilot must be decoupled at 1,000 feet AGL.
V (LO)
200 knots
Maximum tire speed?
182 knots groundspeed
V (FE 10°)
181 knots
V (FR Icing)
Solid Bug + 10 Knots
Autopilot coupled approaches have not been demonstrated in what crosswind components.
Crosswinds of up to 18 knots.  This is not considered to be limiting.
V (FE 15°)
172 knots
In flight icing conditions exit when?
In flight icing conditions exist:

- SAT ≤ 5° C

- Visible moisture
Takeoff and/or landing with tailwinds of 11 to 20 knots maximum may be accomplished when?

(11 items)
1.  Nose-wheel steering

2.  Antiskid

3.  Flight spoilers

4.  Bleeds off

5.  Takeoffs with flaps 10° or 15°

6.  NTOP or MTOP power

7.  Takeoff performance

8.  Landings flaps 35°

9.  Landing performance

10.  Approach and landing with Props at 1020 RPM.

11.  Landing approach angle ≤ 4
AFCS is approved for autopilot coupled approaches to what limits?
CAT 1 limits only
Engine Bypass Doors must be open when?
Engine Bypass Doors must be open for engine operation in icing conditions.
What indication would occur in the event of a prop overspeed?
> 1071 Np RPM
V (FE 5°)
200 knots
Setting takeoff power prior to brake release is prohibited when?
Setting takeoff power prior to brake release, with the nose of the airplane more than 45° out of the wind, is prohibited for wind speeds greater than 8 knots.
What oil pressure is normal?
61 to 72 psi.
Maximum ramp weight?
65,400 lbs
Maximum operating altitude for takeoff?
10,000 feet
Maximum zero fuel weight?
58,000 lbs
Maximum altitude for airstart?
20,000 feet.
V (1)
Takeoff decision speed.
What are the maximum loadmeter readings for takeoff?
The standby battery, auxillary battery and main battery maximum loadmeter reading for takeoff is 0.1.
V (2)
1.  Single engine climb speed to acceleration height.

2.  Maximum climb during windshear/GPWS escape.
An autopilot (coupled) approach shall not ________.
An autopilot (coupled) approach shall not be commenced or continued with an inoperative engine.

- autopilot must be disengaged prior to the final approach fix.
Pulse light limitations?
At night

- Turn off prior to landing

- Off in clouds
Name two instances when the autopilot must be disengaged.
1.  Severe Icing

2.  Severe Turbulence
Maximum Takeoff Weight
65,200 lbs
What is the minimum battery temperature for takeoff?
-20° C
V (A)
≤ 204 knots
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