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  1. Vfe flaps 8?
  2. Vfe flaps 20?
  3. Vfe flaps 30?
  4. Vfe flaps 45?
  5. Max landing Gear Operating Speeds Vle Vloretract VloExtend?
    250KIAS 200KIAS 250KIAS
  6. Max Tire Speed gs?
  7. Max Turbulent Air Penetration speed?
    280 KIAS or .75 Mach whichever is lower
  8. Stab or Mach trim Inop max speed?
    250 KIAS or .70 Mach unless autopilot engaged
  9. When operating below maneuvering speed Vref+10 bank angle is limited to _ degrees or ________?
    15 or half bank
  10. Max Windshield Wiper speed?
    220 Knots
  11. If the windshield wiper has failed in a non-parked position the airplane speed must not exceed what speed?
  12. Minimum Climb Speed above 10000ft?
    not less than 250KIAS/.70 Mach unless one of the following exeptions exists 1. when mountainous terrain exists in the departure path 2. asked by ATC you may fly at Vy except in icing conditions above 1500ft 3. if restricted by an MEL (maintain the highest speed allowed by the MEL but not slower then Vx note when a climb rate of 300FPM cannot be maintained at 250KIAS /.70Mach the climb must be stopped anda new altitude coordinated with ATC
  13. Minimum enroute cruise speed abover FL 310?
    Long Range Cruise (LRC)
  14. Minimum enroute cruise speed at or below FL310?
    two engine holding Vmd in calm air
  15. Engine Type?
    General Electric CF34-3B1
  16. Minimum oil temperature for starting?
    -40 degrees C
  17. Max continuous Oil temperature?
    +155 degrees C
  18. Max permissible oil temperature?
    +163 degrees C (15 minutes maximum)
  19. Minimum Oil Pressure steady state Idle?
    25 PSI minimum
  20. Minimum Oil Pressure takeoff power?
    45 PSI minimum
  21. Max Continuous Oil Pressure?
    115 PSI maximum
  22. Maximum oil pressure transient after cold start?
    156 PSI (130 pis at idle 10 mins maximum)
  23. Continuous ignition must be used during the following?
    takeoff and landings on contaminated runways 2. takeoffs with crosswind compontents in excess of 10knts 3.flight through moderate or heavier intensity rain 4. flight through moderate or heavier intensity turbulence 5. flight in the vicinity of thunderstorms note engine operation at or near the shaker and pusher settings is predicated on an operable auto-ignition system
  24. Engine Start Attempt?
    1st is 1min on 10 secs off 2nd is 1min on 10secs off3rd and subsequent is 1min on 5mins off
  25. Engine Dry start?
    1st is 90secs on 5mins off 2nd and subsequent is 30secs on and 5mins off
  26. Max Fuel Imbalance between left main and right main tank?
    800 pounds
  27. Take off with a fuel load in excess of ___ pounds in the center tank is not permitted unless each main wing tank is above ____ pounds?
    500 4400
  28. Take off with engine fuel temperature indications below _ degrees C is prohibited?
  29. What is the minimum fuel for go-around per wing with the airplane level?
    450 pounds thiss assumes a maximum airplane climb attitude of 10 degrees nose up
  30. what is the total usable fuel?
    14518 lbs pressure refueling
  31. powered crossflow and gravity crossflow must be __ for takeoff?
  32. the Hydraulic 3B pump switch must be selected __ instead of __ for all phases of flight?
    On auto
  33. What type of Oils are approved for use in the CF34-3B1?
    Type II Type I Castrol 4000
  34. What Type of APU do we have?
    Garrett GTCP-36-150RJ
  35. What is the minimum ambient temperature for starting a cold soaked APU on the ground?
    -40 degrees C
  36. The bleed air on the 10th stage valves must be ______ for takeoff and landing if the engine cowl and or wing anti ice systems have been selected __?
    Closed On
  37. Maximum differential pressure positive?
  38. Maximum differential pressure negative?
  39. Maximum differential pressure during taxi takeoff and landing?
    .1psi the aircraft must be completely depressurized prior to opening any doors
  40. What is the minimum AGl altitude for use of Flight Spoilers?
    1000 Ft AGL
  41. Flight spoiler use with flaps positioned greater than __ degrees is prohibited?
  42. Taxi Lights must be switched OFF whenever the aircraft is stationary in excess of __ Minutes?
  43. Beacon lights are used for ground recongnition purposes only and must not be used as?
    anti collision lights
  44. Thrust reversers are approved for ______ use only?
  45. Maximum reverse thrust is not permitted at airspeeds below _____ KIAS?
    60 below 60KIAS reverse thrust must be reduced to idle
  46. Upon Departure form a wet or contaminated runway what must be done starting at 10000 ft or when SAT falls below 0 degrees C whichever occers later?
    the ailerons must be operated manually every 5000ft until the top of climb
  47. Maximum Operating Altitutde for APU?
  48. Maximum APU start Altitude?
  49. Maximum Altitude for using APU Bleed Air?
    15000 ft
  50. Maximum altitude for engine starts using APU bleed air?
  51. APU engine Start during Ground Operations?
    No bleed air extraction limitation each engine may be started using the APU as a bleed air source
  52. if both engines are to be started using the APU bleed air then the operating engine thrust must not exceed what?
    70% N2
  53. During single engine operations APU bleed air extraction for an engine start is __________?
    Not Permitted
  54. During double engine failure conditions APU bleed ari extraction for engine starts is permitted however?
    APu bleed air extraction is limited to 13000 ft and below
  55. The flight director ________ be used for takeoff?
    Will NOT
  56. Operation with the autopilot engaged is prohibited at altitudes below_____?
    600 ft AGL except when performing the following 1. for visual and non precision approaches the minumum autopilot height is 400 ft AGL 2. 80ft for precision approaches ILS
  57. Maximum pressure altitude for takeoff and landing?,
  58. Maximum Operating Altitude?,
    FL410 company FL 370
  59. Maximum Operating Altitude on one pack?,
    FL 250
  60. Maximum Ambient air temperature for takeoff and landing?,
    ISA +35 degrees C
  61. Minimum Ambient temperature for Takeoff?,
    -40 degrees C
  62. Maximum Taxi and Ramp Weight?,
    53250 pounds
  63. Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW)?,
    53000 pounds (may be further limited due to performance considerations)
  64. Maximum Landing Weight (MLW)?,
    47000 pounds (may be further limited due to performance considerations
  65. Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW)?,
    44000 pounds
  66. Minimum Flight Weight?,
    30000 pounds
  67. Maneuvering Load Limits flaps up and flaps down?,
    Flaps up -1.0g to+2.5g Flaps Down 0.0g to +2.0g
  68. Maximum Runway slopes approved for takeoff and landing are?,
    Uphill: +2% downhill: -2%
  69. Maximum tailwind component for takeoff and landing?,
    10knts both pic and sic
  70. Maximum crosswind component for takeoff and landing on a wet or dry runway?,
    PIC 27knts SIC 27knts
  71. Maximum allowable crosswind component for takeoff and landing on a contaminated runway company?,
    PIC 15knts SIC 15knts
  72. Definition of Visible Moisture?,
    Visible moisture includes clouds fog with visibility of one mile (ground operations) 1500meters or less rain snow sleet or ice crystals
  73. The Cowl Anti-Ice system must be ON when?,
    the OAT is 10 degrees C or below and visible moisture in any form is present The OAT is 10 degrees C or below when operating on runways ramps or taxiways where surface snow ice standing water or slush is present
  74. The WING ANTI-ICE system must be on for takeoff when icing conditions exist on the ground the OAT is 5 degrees C or below and?,
    Visible moisture in any form such as clouds, fog or mist, is present below 400 ft AGL or the runway is wet or contaminated or in the presence of any precipitation such as rain, snow, sleet, or ice crystals
  75. The wing anti-ice system must be selected ON during final taxi prior to takeoff if the OAT is 5 degrees C or below unless?,
    Type II Type III or Type IV anti icing fluids have been applied
  76. If Super-cooled large drops are encountered what should you do?
    WING ANTI-ICE system must be ON COWL ANTI ICE system must be on and Leave icing conditions where side window icing occurs
  77. Takeoff with Frost is permitted if the frost is adhering to?
    the upper surface of the fuselage and or the underside of the wing that is caused by cold soaked fuel
  78. A tactile check of the wing leading edge wing orward upper surface and wing rear upper surface is requried when?
    the OAT is 10 degrees C or less or the wing fuel temp is 0 degrees C and there is visible moisture water is present on the wing the difference between the dew point temperature and OAT is 3 degrees or less the atmospheric conditions have been conducive to frost formation
  79. Maximum depths of runway contaminants covering an appreciable part of the runway for take off are?
    standing water =.5" slush=.5" wet snow=1" dry snow=3"
  80. Maximum depths of runway contaminants covering an appreciable part of the runway for Landing are?
    Standing Water .75" slush=.88" wet snow 1.5" dry snow 3.75"
  81. When operating on contaminated runways dispatch (takeoff) with this is prohibited?
    Thrust Reverser inoperative however landing on contaminated runways with one thrust reverser inoperative is approved
  82. During Maximum continuous Thrust MCT and amber band and red tick mark appear if the ITT exceeds what?
    874 degrees C
  83. During Maximum Continuous Thrust MCT amber band becomes red band if what?
    ITT exceeds 874 degrees C for more then 30 seconds or if ITT is greater than 900 degrees C. the red tick mark remains at 900 degrees C
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2012-05-09 00:21:19

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