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1) What is the Max Ramp Weight?
65,400 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2, CFM VOL II CHAP 1)
2) What is the Max T/O Weight?
65,200 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2, CFM VOL II CHAP 1)
3) What is the Max Landing Weight?
62,000 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2, CFM VOL II CHAP 1)
4) What is the Max Zero Fuel Weight?
58,000 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2, CFM VOL II CHAP 1)
5) What is the Min Structural Design Weight?
31,753 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
6) What is the Max AFT baggage load (lbs)? What is the C2 limitation?
2,560 lbs total weight with 1,000 lbs on C2 (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
7) What is the Max FWD baggage load (lbs)?
910 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
8) What are the Max/Min load factors with flaps up and down?
Flaps Retracted: +2.5g to -1.0g (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Flaps Extended: +2.0g to 0.0g (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
9) What is the maximum altitude we may accept during flight from ATC?
25,000 ft ASL (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
10) What is the Max T/O and landing altitude?
10,000 ft ASL (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
11) What is the Max/Min runway slope?
+/- 2% (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
12) May we takeoff with a runway slope of 2.5%?
No, +/- 2% slope is the limitation. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
13) What is the Max crosswind for T/O and landing?
32 knots, hard, dry or wet runway. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
14) What is the Max crosswind for landing with a wet runway?
32 knots (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
15) What are the Max/Min operating temperature limits?
Min= -54°C (CFM VOL 1 PG. 2-2) Max= +50°C or ISA +35°C whichever is lower. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Airspeeds
16) What are the maximum operating speeds for the Q400?
0 - 8000 ft: 245KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) 10,000 ft: 282KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) 18,000 ft: 286KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) 20,000 ft: 275KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) 25,000 ft: 248KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
17) What is the Q400 maneuvering speed?
VA: 204KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
18) What is the Q400 rough air penetration speed?
VRA: 210KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
19) What is the Max speed we may operate the landing gear handle?
VLO: 200KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
20) If required to fly with the landing gear down, what would be our max speed we may fly at and stay within limitations?
VLE: 215KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
21) What is the Max indicated airspeed for alternate gear extension? Why?
VALT gear: 185KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2), due to main and nose hydraulic gear doors remaining open.
22) What are the speed limitations regarding the use of flaps?
VFE @ Flap 5°: 200KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Flap 10°: 181KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Flap 15°: 172KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Flap 35°: 158KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
23) What is the max altitude for air-start?
20000 ft (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
24) What is the max ITT for start?
920°C (CFM VOL 1 PG. 2-8)
25) Once an engine has stabilized after a start, what is the Min NH that the display should indicate?
64.2% (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
26) How long may MTOP be utilized per engine operating limitations?
5 Minutes (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
27) What is min oil temp for inlet ice protection on the ground?
55°C (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
28) What is the min oil temp for inlet ice protection airborne?
65°C Within three minutes of setting takeoff power (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
29) What are the starter cranking limits?
START MAX. TIME ON FOLLOWED BY 1 70 Seconds 2 Minutes Off 2 70 Seconds 2 Minutes Off 3 70 Seconds 30 Minutes Off (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
30) After an aborted engine start sequence, how long must a crew wait until attempting another start? (first attempt)
2 minutes (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
31) What is the max usable fuel load?
11,724 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
32) What is the max lateral fuel imbalance?
600 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
33) When must the Tank Aux Pumps be on during normal operations?
Tank 1 and Tank 2 auxiliary pumps must be on for takeoff and landing. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
34) What is the normal fuel temp operating range?
0-71°C Normal Operations (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Electrical
35) What is the max battery load for T/O?
0.1 On the Standby, Aux and Main Batteries (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
36) What is the min battery temp for T/O?
-20°C (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Landing Gear & Flaps
37) May we extend the gear at FL250 to aid an emergency descent?
No, 15000 ft is the max altitude for extending the landing gear. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
38) What is the max tire speed?
182 Kts Groundspeed (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Pressurization
39) What is the max cabin differential airborne?
5.95 psi (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
40) What is the max cabin differential on the ground?
0.5 psi (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
41) What is the normal cabin differential airborne?
5.46 psi +/- 0.1 psi (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
42) What is the max cabin altitude (ft)?
8,000 ft (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
43) When may we NOT conduct a T/O or landing with Bleeds On?
Takeoff: Tailwind component exceeds ten knots, Reported OAT exceeds 39°C (100°F) Landing: Tailwind component exceeds ten knows, Reported OAT exceeds 39°C (100°F) When performance data dictates we must conduct a Bleed Off takeoff or landing. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
44) What are the autopilot coupled approach limitations?
AFCS is approved for autopilot approaches to CAT I limits only. Autopilot coupled approaches are approved for -Flap 0° (minimum altitude: 1000 ft AGL) -Flap 5°, 10°, 15°,35° (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
45) What is the autopilot minimum engagement height (AGL)?
After takeoff or go-around the minimum height for autopilot engagement is 1000 ft AGL (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
46) Is autopilot use in severe turbulence and/or severe icing permitted?
Autopilot must be disengaged in severe icing and turbulence (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Operational
47) Reason(s) why flight must be conducted no further than 1 hour flying time from a suitable landing airport for landing:
Due to the one hour limitation on the Intergrated Standby Instrument and the fire protection requirements of the forward and aft baggage compartment. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
48) Is the Q400 certified for ditching?
Yes (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
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