CRJ SkyWest

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CRJ SkyWest
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CRJ Limitations SkyWest 200/700/900
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  1. CRJ 200
    Max Ramp Weight
    53,250 lbs
  2. CRJ 200
    Max T/O Weight
    53,000 lbs
  3. CRJ 200
    Max Landing Weight
    47,000 lbs
  4. CRJ 200
    Max Aft Cargo Weight
    3,500 lbs
  5. CRJ 700
    Max Ramp Weight
    75,250 lbs
  6. CRJ 700
    Max T/O Weight
    • 75,000 lbs
    • (74,999 lbs Delta/Alaska)
  7. CRJ 700
    Max Landing Weight
    67,000 lbs
  8. CRJ 700
    Max Aft Cargo
    3,740 lbs
  9. Alaska CRJ 700
    Max Aft Cargo
    4,375 lbs
  10. CRJ 700
    Max Forward Cargo
    1,000 lbs
  11. CRJ 900
    Max Ramp Weight
    85,000 lbs
  12. CRJ 900
    Max T/O Weight
    84,500 lbs
  13. CRJ 900
    Max Landing Weight
    75,100 lbs
  14. CRJ 900
    Max Aft Cargo
    3,740 lbs
  15. CRJ 900
    Max Forward Cargo
    • 1,700 lbs
    • (850 lbs per bin)
  16. CRJ 200
    Max Operations Altitude
    37,000 ft.
  17. CRJ 700/900
    Max Operations Altitude
    39,000 ft.
  18. CRJ
    Max Tailwind
    10 kts.
  19. CRJ 200
    Mmo
    0.85 M
  20. CRJ 700
    Mmo
    • 0.85 M
    • (0.83 RVSM)
  21. CRJ 900
    Mmo
    • 0.84 M
    • (0.82 RVSM)
  22. CRJ 700
    Vfo Flaps 1
    230 KIAS
  23. CRJ 900
    Vfo Flaps 1
    230 KIAS
  24. CRJ 200
    Vfo Flaps 8
    200 KIAS
  25. CRJ 200
    Vfo Flaps 20
    200 KIAS
  26. CRJ 200
    Vfe Flaps 8
    215 KIAS
  27. CRJ 700
    Vfe Flaps 8
    230 KIAS
  28. CRJ 900
    Vfe Flaps 8
    230 KIAS
  29. CRJ 200
    Vfe Flaps 20
    215 KIAS
  30. CRJ 700
    Vfe Flaps 20
    230 KIAS
  31. CRJ 900
    Vfe Flaps 20
    220 KIAS
  32. CRJ 200
    Vfe Flaps 30
    185 KIAS
  33. CRJ 700
    Vfe Flaps 30
    185 KIAS
  34. CRJ 900
    Vfe Flaps 30
    185 KIAS
  35. CRJ 200
    Vfe Flaps 45
    170 KIAS
  36. CRJ 700
    Vfe Flaps 45
    170 KIAS
  37. CRJ 900
    Vfe Flaps 45
    170 KIAS
  38. CRJ 200
    Vlo EXT
    220 KIAS
  39. CRJ 200
    Vlo RET
    200 KIAS
  40. CRJ 200
    V Tire
    182 K GS
  41. CRJ 200
    V ADG Deploy Max
    250 KIAS
  42. CRJ 200
    Vb
    280 KIAS
  43. CRJ 200
    Mb
    0.75 M
  44. CRJ 200
    V Wipers OPS Max
    220 KIAS
  45. CRJ 700
    Vlo EXT
    220 KIAS
  46. CRJ 700
    Vle Retract
    200 KIAS
  47. CRJ 700
    V Tire
    182 K GS
  48. CRJ 700
    V ADG Deploy Max
    Vmo/Mmo
  49. CRJ 700
    Vb
    280 KIAS
  50. CRJ 700
    Mb
    0.75 M
  51. CRJ 700
    V Wipers OPS Max
    250 KIAS
  52. CRJ 900
    Vlo Extend
    220 KIAS
  53. CRJ 900
    Vlo Retract
    200 KIAS
  54. CRJ 900
    V Tire
    195 K GS
  55. CRJ 900
    V ADG Deploy Max
    Vmo/Mmo
  56. CRJ 900
    Vb
    280 KIAS
  57. CRJ 900
    Mb
    0.75 M
  58. CRJ 900
    V Wipers OPS Max
    250 KIAS
  59. CRJ 200
    Hydraulics
    • PSI2950-3050
    • (green)
  60. CRJ 200
    Hydraulics Level
    • 45%-85%
    • (green)
  61. CRJ 700/900
    Hydraulics
    • PSI3000 psi
    • (green)
  62. CRJ 200
    Min Spoiler Speed
    Vref+17
  63. CRJ 700/900
    Min Spoiler Speed
    Vref+10
  64. CRJ
    Flight Spoiler/Flap Limitation
    • Flight spoilers must not be
    • extended in flight with flap
    • settings greater than 30°
  65. CRJ 200
    CF34-3B1ITT
    Max Continuous Thrust
    874°C (red)
  66. CRJ 200
    CF34-3B1ITT
    Max Start
    900°C (red)
  67. CRJ 700
    CF34-8C1/8C5B1ITT
    Max Continuous Thrust
    927°C (red)
  68. CRJ 700
    CF34-8C1/8C5B1ITT
    Max Start
    815° (red)
  69. CRJ 900
    CF34-8C5ITT
    Max Continuous Thrust
    960°C (red)
  70. CRJ 900
    CF34-8C5ITT
    Max Start
    815°C (red)
  71. CRJ Cold Start Limitation
    • Engine must remain at idle thrust until oil psi returns
    • to normal range
  72. CRJ
    Max Oil Refil
    2 QT without dry motoring
  73. CRJ 200 Engine
    Starter Duty Limits
    (Ground)
    • 60 sec ON---10 sec OFF
    • 60 sec ON---10 sec OFF
    • 60 sec ON---5 min OFF
    • 60 sec ON---5 min OFF
  74. CRJ
    Engine ITT for Fuel Introduction
    • At initiation of thrust lever
    • movement from SHUT OFF
    • to IDLE, ITT must be 120°C
    • or less for all ground starts
  75. CRJ 700/900 Engine
    Starter Duty Limits
    (Ground)
    • 90 sec ON---10 sec OFF
    • 90 sec ON---10 sec OFF
    • 90 sec ON---5 min OFF
    • 90 sec ON---5 min OFF
    • 90 sec ON---5 min OFF
  76. CRJ
    Max Fuel Imbalance
    800 lbs
  77. CRJ 200
    Max Fuel Imbalance for T/O
    800 lbs
  78. CRJ 700/900
    Max Fuel Imbalancefor T/O
    300 lbs
  79. CRJ 200
    Min Fuel for Go-Around
    • 450 lbs per wing
    • (amber)
  80. CRJ 700/900
    Min Fuel for Go-Around
    600 lbs per wing
  81. CRJ
    AFCS IAS MODE
    Prohibited during approach
  82. CRJ
    AFCS APPR MODE
    Prohibited for VOR approaches
  83. CRJ
    AFCS ADC SOURCE
    • ADC source coupled to
    • the active autopilot must
    • be the same as that
    • coupled to the ATC
    • transponder during
    • flight in RVSM airspace
  84. CRJ
    AFCS
    Min Use Elevation after T/O
    600 feet AGL
  85. CRJ
    AFCS
    Min Elevation UseNon-Precision/Visual Approach
    400 feet AGL
  86. CRJ 200
    AFCS
    Min Elevation UsePrecision Approach
    80 Feet AGL
  87. CRJ 700
    AFCS
    Min Elevation UsePrecision ApproachILS
    • GS ≤3.5°---80 feet AGL
    • ILS GS >3.5° and ≤4.0°--- 120 feet AGL
  88. CRJ 900
    Min Elevation UsePrecision ApproachILS
    • GS ≤3.5° and Airport Elevation ≤4000 feet--- 80 feet AGL
    • Single Engine:
    • Airport Elevation ≤4000 feet--- 110 feet AGL
    • Airport Elevation >4000 feet---Prohibited
  89. CRJ 900
    ILS Glidepath
    >3.5°PROHIBITED
  90. CRJ 900
    DH CAT II Single Engine
    • 110 feet AGL or published DH,
    • whichever is higher
  91. CRJ
    AFCS
    Precision Approach
    • The autopilot may not be used
    • at an altitude above the terrain
    • that is less than 50 feet above
    • the terrain, or the altitude specified
    • above, whichever is higher
  92. CRJ
    AFCS
    Non-Precision Approach
    The autopilot may not be used at an altitude above the terrain that is less than 50 feet below the approved MDA for the approach procedure or 400 feet AGL, whichever is higher
  93. CRJ 200
    APU
    Max CONT EGT
    743°C (red)
  94. CRJ 200
    APU
    Starter Duty Limits
    • Aircraft Battery
    • 2x30 sec ON---20 min OFF
    • 2x30 sec ON---40 min OFF
    • External Power
    • 2x15 sec ON---20 min OFF
    • 2x15 sec ON---40 min OFF
  95. CRJ 700/900
    APU Starter Duty Limits
    • Do not perform more than three starts/start attempts
    • in one hour. A 2 minute delay must be observed
    • between cranking attempts to allow for cooling of starter and starter contactor and for APU Drainage.
  96. CRJ
    Max Diff Pressure
    8.7 psi
  97. CRJ 200
    Emer Depress
    14,250 ± 750 ft.
  98. CRJ 700/900
    Emer Depress
    14,500 ± 500 ft.
  99. CRJ
    Emer Depress Switch
    • Use of the Emergency
    • Depressurization switch
    • above 15,000 feet is
    • prohibited.
  100. CRJ 700/900
    VS Climb Limit above____
    • Limit climb to less than
    • 1,500 FPM above FL300
  101. CRJ
    Engine N2
    Idle
    SplitNo greater than 2%
  102. CRJ
    N2 __% with OAT -20°C or warmer
    • If engine N2 is 57% or less with an
    • OAT of -20°C or warmer do not
    • accelerate above idle. This
    • indicates a mechanical problem
  103. CRJ
    Engine Warm-Up
    The engines must remain at idle until oil pressure reaches normal range
  104. CRJ
    N1 Limitation
    After Start ( ___% for ___ min.)
    • Do not exceed 75% N1 for 2
    • minutes after start or until all
    • operating limitations are in
    • normal range, whichever is
    • longer
  105. CRJ
    Engine start after being cold-soaked for ___ hours with temperatures below ___°
    Before the first flight of the day,when the airplane is cold-soaked with temperatures of -30°C or below for more than 8 hours, the engines must be motored for 60 seconds and fan rotation verified before engine start is initiated
  106. CRJ 200
    Thrust reverser after being cold-soaked for more than 8 hours
    During preflight checks of the thrust reversers after being cold-soaked for more than 8 hours, the thrust reversers must be actuated until the deploy and stow cycles are less than 5 seconds
  107. CRJ 700/900
    Thrust Reversers
    Thrust reversers must be actuated until the delpoy cycle is 2 seconds with an additional 2 seconds for the stow cycle
  108. CRJ 700/900
    APR Events
    Do not exercise the thrust levers through the detent positions before engine start with the battery master on
  109. CRJ 700/900
    Engine high-power schedule
    Use of the engine high-power schedule switch is prohibited except as directed by the QRH
  110. CRJ 700/900
    Thrust Values
    With engines running and bleeds configured for takeoff, the crew must verify that the target N1 values correspond with the data presented in the TLR ±1.0%. When thrust levers are set for takeoff, target and N1 values should match
  111. CRJ
    Mandatory use of Continuous Ignition
    (5 conditions)
    • Continuous Ignition must be used during the following:
    • a) Takeoff and landing on contaminated runways
    • b) Crosswind components >10 kts (CRJ 200 only)
    • c) Moderate or heavier intensity rain
    • d) Moderate or greater intensity turbulence
    • e) Flight in the vicinity of thunderstorms
  112. CRJ
    Thrust Reversers
    Thrust reversers are approved for ground use only
  113. CRJ
    Go-around after TR deployment
    • Do not attempt Takeoff events with TR indicationsTakeoff with any of the following TR lights, icons, or EICAS messages displayed is prohibited:
    • a) THRUST REVERSER UNLK light
    • b) REV icon displayed on N1 gauge
    • c) L or R REV UNLOCKED caution message
    • TR Deployment during Landing Application of maximum reverse thrust is not permitted at airspeeds below 75 KIAS. Below 60 KIAS, reverse thrust must be reduced to idle (below 30% N1)
  114. CRJ
    Engine oil replenishment system
    The engine oil replenishment system must be checked within 3 minuted to 2 hours after every engine shutdown
  115. CRJ 200
    Second engine start with APU running
    Before starting the second engine the thrust on the operating engine must not exceed 70% N2
  116. CRJ
    EICAS display cooling on the battery bus
    EICAS display cooling is not available when the battery bus is powered and normal AC power is off
  117. APU PWR FUEL switch/light
    The APU PWR FUEL switch/light must be selected off between each APU start. The APU PWR FUEL should be firmly pressed only once. If pressed twice, an immediate shutdown may occur
  118. CRJ
    Center fuel tank takeoff limitation
    Takeoff with a fuel load in excess of 500 lbs in the center tank is not permitted unless each main tank is above 4,400 lbs
  119. CRJ
    Fuel temperature limitation for takeoff
    Takeoff with engine fuel temperature indications below +5°C is prohibited
  120. CRJ
    Crossflow setting for takeoff
    Powered crossflow and gravity crossflow must be off for takeoff
  121. CRJ
    Bulk fuel temperature for takeoff
    -30°C
  122. CRJ
    Bulk fuel freezing point
    -40°C
  123. CRJ
    BTMS cooling times
    Wheel brake cooling times in the QRH volume 1 must be observed between landing or a low-energy rejected takeoff (RTO) and subsequent takeoff, to ensure that sufficient brake energy is available to bring the aircraft to a complete stop, if the subsequent takeoff is rejected
  124. Radio tuning during FMS use
    Tuning transponder 1 and 2 from the FMS is prohibited
  125. TCAS resolution advisories
    Pilots are authorized to deviate from ATC clearances in order to comply with a TCAS resolution advisory (RA) command
  126. CRJ 200
    Maximum Altitude
    Maximum authorized altitude FL 370
  127. CRJ 700/900
    Maximum Altitude
    Maximum authorized altitude FL 390
  128. Reduced Thrust
    Reduced thrust will be used for ALL takeoffs (flaps 8 or 20) unless otherwise limited
  129. Reduced Thrust Takeoff Limitations
    (7 conditions)
    • Reduced thrust takeoff is PROHIBITED when:
    • 1) Cowl and/or wing anti-ice is selected on
    • 2) The takeoff runway is contaminated with standing water, ice, or snow
    • 3) Tailwind component in excess of 5 knots
    • 4) Windhsear warnings or downdrafts have been forecast or reported
    • 5) Anti-skid is inoperative
    • 6) Takeoff behind a heavy
    • 7) CRJ 200 Flaps 8 takeoff
  130. Reduced thrust on wet runways
    Use of reduced thrust on wet runways is permitted
  131. Climb thrust setting
    Set normal climb thrust as calculatedon the FMS climb mode or as obtained from the performance flip cards at 1500 feet above field elevation
  132. V1 and Vr additions
    The appropriate additions to V1 and Vr using the laminated flight deck flip cards must be made if ACARS performance is not available
  133. CRJ 700/900
    Target N1 values
    The flight crew must verify (with engines running) that the target N1 displayed on EICAS, following an input of temperature, is equal to or greater than the appropriate N1 value contained in the reduced thrust section of the takeoff report
  134. Takeoff with contaminated surfaces
    Takeoff is prohibited with frost, ice, snow, or slush adhering to any aircraft critical surface
  135. Conditions conducive to icingon the ground
    Conditions conducive to icing exist on the ground and for takeoff when OAT is 10°C or below, when operating on ramps, taxiways or runways where surface snow, ice, standing water, or slush may be ingested by the engines or freeze on engines, nacelles, or engine sensor probes
  136. Conditions conducive to icing in flight
    Conditions conducive to icing exist in flight when the TAT is 10°C or below and visible moisture in any form is encountered (such as clouds, rain, snow, sleet, or ice crystals), except where the SAT is -40°C (-40°F) or below
  137. Cowl anti-ice selection for takeoff--
    The cowl anti-ice system must be ON when OAT is 10°C or below and visible moisture in any form is present (such as fog with visibility of 1 mile or less, rain, snow, sleet, and ice crystals) ON for takeoff whenever the wing anti-ice system is selected ON
  138. Cowl anti-ice limitation on the ground
    The cowl anti-ice system must be ON when the OAT is 10°C or below when operating on ramps, taxiways, or runways where surface snow, ice, standing water or slush is present
  139. CRJ 200
    Wing anti-ice selection for taxi
    Wing anti-ice must be selected ON with OAT 5°C and colder with or without visible moisture after second engine start (does not apply when type II or IV anti-ice fluid has been applied)
  140. CRJ 200
    Wing anti-ice for takeoff
    • ON when:
    • --Visible moisture in any form such as clouds, fog, or mist below 400' agl is reported
    • --Contaminated runway
    • --Precipitation in any form
  141. CRJ 200
    Wing anti-ice for takeoff
    • OFF with OAT -5°C and below in non-icing conditions
    • The WING A/ICE ON advisory message must be displayed before takeoff to ensure the wings are free of contamination
  142. Wing anti-ice system for flight operations
    • ON whenever ICE is annunciated by the ice detection system
    • ON when in icing conditions and the airspeed is less than 230 knots
  143. Cowl anti-ice system for flight operations
    • ON when in icing conditions
    • ON whenever ICE is annunciated by the ice detection system
  144. Wet runway definition
    A runway is considered to be wet when there is sufficient moisture on the runway surface to cause it to appear reflective with a water depth less than 1/8" or 3mm covering 100% of the runway surface. If there are dry spots showering on a drying runway with no standing water, the runway is not considered to be wet
  145. Dry runway definition
    In addition to a runway that is not wet or contaminated, *those paved runways that have been specially prepared with grooves or porous pavement and maintained to retain effectively dry braking action even when moisture is present.
  146. *CRJ 700/900
    Wet runway limitation
    even if a wetrunway is grooved you must use wet runway performance

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