Avit 480 Limitations

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Avit 480 Limitations
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  1. Maximum Ramp Weight
    53,250 lbs.
  2. Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW)
    53,000 lbs.
  3. Max. Landing Weight (MLW)
    47,000 lbs.
  4. Max. Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW)
    44,000 lbs.
  5. Max. Temp. for T/O & Landing
    +35 degrees C
  6. Min. Temp. for T/O
    -40 degrees C
  7. Max. T/O & Landing Altitude
    10,000 ft. pressure altitude
  8. Runway Slope
    +/- 2%
  9. Max. T/O & Landing Tailwind component
    10 knots
  10. Max. Operating Altitude
    41,000 ft
  11. Flight with cargo in the cargo compartment must be within how many minutes of a suitable airport?
    45 minutes
  12. Min. brake cooling time that must be observed between a landing stop or a rejected T/O and the subsequent T/O?
    15 minutes
  13. The temperature of the warmest brake on the BTMS at the start of the T/O roll must not exceed
    06
  14. Cargo compartment loading is limited to
    3,500 lbs.
  15. Flaps Up load limit
    -1..0 G's to +2.50 G's
  16. Flaps down load limit
    0.0 G's to +2.00 G's
  17. OXY LO PRESS is activated at
    1410 PSI
  18. What is the minimum dispatch oxygen pressure?
    1410 PSI anything below must contact maintenance
  19. Landing Gear Extend Speed
    VLE
    250 KIAS
  20. Landing Gear Retract Speed
    VRET
    200 KIAS
  21. Landing Gear Operation Speed
    VLO
    250 KIAS
  22. VFE - Flaps 8
    215 KIAS
  23. VFE - Flaps 20
    215 KIAS
  24. VFE - Flaps 30
    185 KIAS
  25. VFE - Flaps 45
    170 KIAS
  26. Max. windshield wiper speed
    220 KIAS
  27. Max. tire speed
    182 KIAS
  28. Target turbulent air penetration speed
    280 KIAS or .75 mach whichever is lower
  29. Max. speed with Stab or Mach trim INOP
    250 KIAS or .70 Mach unless autopilot engaged
  30. Min. flight Crew
    2 Pilots
  31. Max. number of passengers on the air-stair door is
    4 passengers or 1,000 lbs.
  32. Taxi lights must be switched off whenever the airplane is stationary in excess of
    10 minutes
  33. The autopilot must be turned off during
    T/O & Landing
  34. Min. alt. of autopilot engagement after T/O
    600 ft. AGL
  35. The autopilot may be used to a min. alt. of what during a precision approach?
    80 ft. AGL or not less than 50 ft below the DA
  36. The autopilot may be used to a min. alt. of what during a non-precision or visual approach?
    400 ft. AGL or 50 ft. below the MDA, whichever is higher
  37. Max. fuel in left and right main tanks
    • 4,760 lbs. press
    • 4,488 lbs. gravity
  38. Max. fuel in center main tank
    • 4,998 lbs. press
    • 4,930 lbs. gravity
  39. T/O with fuel loads in excess of 500 lbs in center tank is not permitted unless the wing take is above
    4,400 lbs.
  40. Max permissible fuel imbalance
    800 lbs.
  41. Min. fuel quantity for Go-Around
    450 lbs. per wing with a max 10 degree nose up attitude
  42. T/O with engine fuel feed temp readout below what is prohibited?
    5 degrees C
  43. During flight, Bulk head temp should remain above while using Jet A type fuel.
    -40 degrees C
  44. Powered cross-flow and gravity cross-flow must be?
    Off for T/O
  45. Engine ITToC indication - GREEN
    0 to 900
  46. Engine ITToC indication - RED
    900 (for first 2 min.)
  47. Engine ITToC indication - APR NO Operating - GREEN
    0 to 884
  48. Engine ITToC indication - APR No Operating - RED
    884 ( for next 3 min.)
  49. Engine ITToC indication - APR Operating - GREEN
    0 to 900
  50. Engine ITToC indication - APR Operating - AMBER
    0 to 928
  51. Engine ITToC indication - APR Operating - RED
    928 (for first 2 min.)
  52. Engine ITToC indication - APR Operating - RED
    900 (for next 3 min.)
  53. Engine ITToC indication - During MCT, an amber band and red tick mark appear if ITT is greater than
    874oC
  54. Engine ITToC indication - During MCT, the amber band becomes a red band if ITT remains above
    847oC for more than 30 sec or if ITT is greater than 900oC
  55. Red tick marks stay at
    900oC
  56. Engines must be running for how long prior to T/O?
    at least 2 min
  57. ITT must be what for ground starts?
    120oC or less
  58. ITT must be what fro in-flight starts?
    90oC or less
  59. Starters must not be used if N2 exceeds
    55%
  60. First try for engine starting - Max time ON and followed by?
    Second try for engine starting - Max time ON and followed by?
    Third try and any other tries engine starting - Max time ON and followed by?
    • 1 min. and followed by 10 seconds off
    • 1 min. and followed by 10 seconds off
    • 1 min. and followed by 5 min. off
  61. First dry motoring - Max Time ON and followed by?
    Second dry motoring and any other attempts - Max Time ON and followed by?
    • 90 sec followed by 5 min off
    • 30 sec followed by 5 min off
  62. Continuous Engine Ignition must be used during?
    • T/O and landing on contaminated runways
    • T/O with crosswind components greater than 10 kts
    • Flight through moderate to heavier intensity rain
    • Flight through moderate to heavier intensity turbulence
    • Flight in the vicinity of thunderstorms
  63. Min oil temp for starting
    -40oC
  64. Engine oil temp for Max Continuous
    +155oC
  65. Max. Permissible engine oil temp.
    +163oC (15 min. max)
  66. Engine oil press at steady state idle
    25 psi min
  67. Engine oil press at T/O power
    45 psi min
  68. Engine oil press at Max Continuous
    115 psi max
  69. Engine oil press at Max Transient

    After cold starts
    156 psi max

    (130 psi at idle, 10 min max)
  70. APU bleed air extraction, for engine start, is not permitted above
    13,000 ft Press. Alt.
  71. APU bleed air extraction, to supply AC packs, is not permitted above
    15,000 ft Press. Alt.
  72. If the engine cowl and/or wing anti-ice systems are ON, the bleed are 10th stage valves must be
    closed for T/O and landing
  73. The maximum permissible time for ground operations with DC power only is
    5 min
  74. A/C & Pressurization
    Max. Differential
    Max. Neg. Differential
    • 8.7 psi
    • -0.5 psi
  75. Max alt. for single pack operations
    25,000 ft
  76. During taxi, T/O, and landing, pressure differential must not exceed
    0.1 psi

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