CL300 Limitations

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CL300 Limitations
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  1. Max Taxi/Ramp Wt
    39,000 lb
  2. Max Takeoff Wt
    38,850 lb
  3. Max Landing Wt
    33,750 lb
  4. Max Zero Fuel Wt
    27,000
  5. Max Operating Altitude
    45,000 ft
  6. Max Takeoff & Landing Altitude
    10,000 ft
  7. Max Altitude with Y/D Off
    31,000 ft
  8. Max Gear Extension Altitude
    18,000 ft
  9. Max Flap Extension Altitude
    18,000 ft
  10. Min Enroute Altitude for Autopilot
    700 ft AGL
  11. Min Altitude for Autopilot: Visual/Non-Precision Approach
    200 ft AGL
  12. Min Altitude for Autopilot: Precision Approach G/P < 3.5°
    80 ft AGL
  13. Min Altitude for Autopilot: Precision Approach G/P 3.5° - 4.5°
    160 ft AGL
  14. Vmo up to 8,000 ft
    300 KIAS
  15. Vmo 8,001 - 29,475
    320 KIAS
  16. Mmo above 29,475
    .83 Mach
  17. Rough Air Pen Vra
    265 KIAS/.75 Mach
  18. Vlo ret
    200 KIAS
  19. Vlo ext
    250 KIAS
  20. Vle
    250 KIAS
  21. Vfe Flaps 10/20
    210 KIAS
  22. Vfe Flaps 30
    175 KIAS
  23. Tire Speed Limit
    182 knots groundspeed
  24. Min Engine Oil Temp Starting
    - 40° C
  25. Min Engine Oil Press Idle
    28 psi
  26. Min Engine Idle N2
    46.0%
  27. Max Ground Engine Start ITT
    650° C
  28. Max ITT to Begin Engine Start
    350° C
  29. __ Engine start attempts followed by __ minute cooling period
    3 Engine start attempts followed by 15 minute cooling period
  30. Engine must be motored for __ seconds after an aborted start
    Engine must be motored for 30 seconds after an aborted start
  31. Engine may be cranked for up to __ minutes followed by __ minutes cooling
    Engine may be cranked for up to 5 minutes followed by 15 minutes cooling
  32. Max Gen Electrical Load
    2 or 3 Gens operating
    400 Amps
  33. Max Gen Electrical Load
    1 Gen operating (ground)
    400 Amps
  34. Max Gen Electrical Load
    1 Gen operating (flight)
    500 Amps
  35. Max Gen Electrical Load
    Transient (5 minutes)
    600 Amps
  36. Max Pressure Refuel load
    14,150 lb
  37. Max Gravity Refuel load
    13,000 lb
  38. Min Go Around Fuel (per wing)
    500 lb
  39. Max Fuel Imbalance
    250 - 600 lb
  40. Max Bulk Fuel Temp T/O
    50° C
  41. Min Bulk Fuel Temps T/O
    Jet A
    - 30° C
  42. Min Bulk Fuel Temps T/O
    Jet 1
    - 35° C
  43. Min Bulk Fuel Temps T/O
    Jet B
    - 40° C
  44. Power/Gravity fuel xflow valves must be ___ for Takeoff
    Power/Gravity fuel xflow valves must be off for Takeoff
  45. Max Altitude APU operation
    37,000 ft
  46. Max Altitude to start the APU
    • 30,000 ft inflight
    • 14,000 ft on ground
  47. Max Altitude APU GEN
    30,000 ft
  48. Max Altitude APU Bleed Air for ECS
    20,000 ft
  49. Max Altitude APU Bleed Air for Engine Start
    20,000 ft
  50. Do NOT use APU to start the left engine on the ground above _____ ft
    Do NOT use APU to start the left engine on the ground above 9,000 ft
  51. Max KIAS for APU Start
    300 KIAS
  52. Max APU RPM
    108%
  53. Max APU EGT (start)
    973° C
  54. Max APU EGT (norm)
    718° C
  55. APU operation during __ /____ prohibited.
    APU operation during de/anti-icing prohibited.
  56. Do NOT takeoff with ___ _____ CAS message displayed without inspection.
    Do NOT takeoff with _APU SHUTDOWN_ CAS message displayed without inspection.
  57. __ APU start attempts, each followedby a __ minute cooling period; __ minute cooling period after __ attempt
    3 APU start attempts, each followedby a 1 minute cooling period; 20 minute cooling period after 3rd attempt
  58. __ successful APU start attempts may be made at __ minute intervals, followed by a __ ___ cooling period
    6 successful APU start attempts may be made at 10 minute intervals, followed by a 1 hour cooling period
  59. Max Tailwind Component
    10 knots
  60. Max Demonstrated Crosswind
    Takeoff
    28 knots
  61. Max Demonstrated Crosswind
    Landing
    24 knots
  62. Max Crosswind
    Nosewheel Stearing Inop
    15 knots
  63. Max Crosswind
    One AHRS Channel Inop
    15 knots
  64. Max Demonstrated Headwind
    Cat II Operations
    19 knots
  65. Max Demonstrated Crosswind
    Cat II Operations
    20 knots
  66. Thrust Reverser ground operations on ____ surface only
    Thrust Reverser ground operations on paved surface only
  67. Do NOT attempt to deploy reversers __ ___
    Do NOT attempt to deploy reversers in flight
  68. Do NOT use reverse to ___ __ aircraft
    Do NOT use reverse to back up aircraft
  69. Do NOT use reverse for ___ _ ___ landings
    Do NOT use reverse for touch & go landings
  70. Below __ KIAS, reverse limited to ___ only
    Below 40 KIAS, reverse limited to IDLE only
  71. ECS/Pressurization:
    ____ ___ ____ prohibited on ground
    TRIM AIR ONLY prohibited on ground
  72. Max Cabin Altitude for Crew/Pax O2 Masks
    40,000 ft
  73. Max Pressurization Differential on ground
    0.1 psi
  74. Max Pressurization Differential during landing
    1.0 psi
  75. Max Positive Pressuriztion Differential
    9.4 psi
  76. Max Negative Pressurization Differential
    - 0.5 psi
  77. Engine Anti-Ice ON (ground ops):
    OAT is 10° C or below & visible moisture or contaminated surfaces
  78. Engine Anti-Ice ON (flight ops):
    • SAT 10° C to -40° C & visible moisture
    • OR
    • _ICE DETECTED_ CAS mssg displayed
  79. Wing Anti-Ice ON (same as Engine):
    • Except on ground OAT is 5° C or below
    • Also, if deiced w/ Type II or Type IV fluid, turn on Wing anti-ice just prior to thrust increase for takeoff
  80. Wing Anti-Ice ON in flight
    • _ICE DETECTED_ CAS mssg displayed
    • OR
    • Icing conditions & airspeed is less than 210 KIAS
  81. Min Temperature for Takeoff
    - 40° C/F
  82. FMS V-speed use prohibited above ___ __° C
    FMS V-speed use prohibited above ISA + 33° C
  83. FMS ____ /___ information is advisory only
    FMS range/fuel information is advisory only
  84. FMS approaches prohibited without ____ displayed
    FMS approaches prohibited without APPR displayed
  85. VNAV prohibited on ____ inside ___
    VNAV prohibited on V-MDA inside FAF
  86. VNAV prohibited during ___ operations
    VNAV prohibited during QFE operations
  87. Max ILS Glidepath Angle ___ degrees
    Max ILS Glidepath Angle 4.5 degrees
  88. Max Runway Slope
    +/- 2%
  89. Maneuvering Load Factors:
    Flaps Up
    +2.6 g to - 1.0 g
  90. Maneuvering Load Factors:
    Flaps extended
    +2.0 g to 0.0 g

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