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  1. General

    Required Flight Crew
    • Pilot, Co-Pilot
    • (Captain, First Officer)
  2. General

    Types of Aircraft Operations
    This aircraft meets the airworthiness requirements of FAR's Part 25 (Airworthines Standards, Transport Category Airplanes) and Part 36 (Noise Standards). When the appropriate equipment and instruments, as required by the airworthiness and operating regulations are approved, installed and in operable condition, flight in the following conditions are approved:

    • Day and Night
    • VFR and IFR
    • Flight in Icing conditions

    (WARNING) This aircraft is not certified for ditching, because the safety equipment specified by the applicable regulations is not installed)
  3. General

    RVSM operations must not be commenced or continued unless all of the required equipment specified below is operational.
    Equipment Required for RVSM

    • (1) Autopilot .....................Must be Operational
    • (1) Alt. Alerting System......Must be Operational
    • (2) Alt. Reporting Transponder ......(1) Must be Operational
    • (2) Air Data Computers ....(2) Must be operational
  4. General

    When on RVSM airspace, the ADC source must be the same as?
    • Must be the same as that coupled to ATC transponder during flight in RVSM airspace,
    • (FL 290 to FL 410)
  5. General

    Runway Slope %, for Takeoff and Landing
    -2% to +2%
  6. General

    Tailwind Component for Takeoff and Landing
    10 kts.
  7. General

    Flight Maneuvering Load Acceleration Limits for:
    Flaps Up
    Flaps Down
    Flaps up.......................+2.5g to -l.0g

    Flaps down..................+2.0g to 0g
  8. General

    Side-Slip Maneuvers caution
    Avoid unnecessary and large side-slip maneuvers during low speed, high altitude cruise.
  9. Air - Cabin Pressurization

    Max. Differential Pressure
    8.7 psi
  10. Air - Cabin Pressurization

    Max. Negative Differential Pressure
    - 0.5 psi
  11. Air - Cabin Pressurization

    During taxi, takeoff and landing, the pressure differential must not exceed,
    0.1 psi
  12. Air - Cabin Pressurization

    The aircraft must be completely depressurized prior to,
    Opening any of the aircraft doors.
  13. Air - Cabin Pressurization

    The maximum altitude for single pack operation is
    FL 310
  14. Air

    If the APU is the bleed source in Manual Mode, the use of Wing and/or Cowl anti-ice with APU in Manual Mode...
    WING and/or COWL anti-ice selection is Prohibited with the APU as a bleed source in manual mode.
  15. Air

    Use of the EMER DEPRESS above 15,000 ft.
    To preclude possible crew and/or passenger ear damage, use of the EMER DEPRESS switch above 15,000 ft. is Prohibited.
  16. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Maximum Operating - VMO/MMO
    335/.85 Mach
  17. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Maximum Operating from FL 250 to FL 410 - VMO/MMO
    Red Line
  18. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Maximum Operating (KIAS) from 8,000 ft. MSL to FL 250 - VMO
    Red Line/335
  19. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Maximum Operating (KIAS) up to 8,000 ft. MSL - VMO
    Red Line/330
  20. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Maximum Turbulence Penetration Speed - VB/MB
    280/.75 MACH (whichever is Lower)
  21. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Maximum Maneuvering Speed at Sea Level @ 75,000 lb. - VA
    253 Kts.
  22. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Landing Gear Extension - VLOE
    220 Kts.
  23. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Landing Gear Extended - VLE
    220 Kts.
  24. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Landing Gear Retraction - VLOR
    200 Kts.
  25. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Flap Placard Speeds - VFE Flaps 1°, 8°, 20°
    230 Kts.
  26. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Flap Placard Speeds - VFE Flaps 30°
    185 Kts.
  27. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Flap Placard Speeds - VFE Flaps 45°
    170 Kts.
  28. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Maximum Wiper Operating Speed
    250 Kts.
  29. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Maximum ADG Operating Speed - VMO/MMO
    335/.85 MACH
  30. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    Maximum Tire Limit Speed
    182 Kts.
  31. Airspeeds - Maximum Allowable Airspeeds

    RVSM Maximum Cruise Mach Number
    Mach 0.83
  32. Airspeeds - Design Maneuvering Speed
    Full application of rudder and aileron controls as well as maneuvers that involve angle of attack near the stall, must be confined to speeds below VA.
  33. Altitude - Maximum Operating Altitude
    FL 410

  34. Altitude - Minimum Takeoff And Landing Pressure Altitude
    -1,000 ft.
  35. Altitude - Maximum Takeoff And Landing Pressure Altitude
    9,600 ft.
  36. Temperature - Maximum ambient air temperature for takeoff and landing
    • ISA + 35°C
    • (15°C) + 35°C = 50°C (122°F)

  37. Temperature

    Minimum ambient temperature approved for Takeoff & Landing from -1,000 ft. to 9,600 ft. Pressure Altitude
    -40°C (-40°F)
  38. APU - Starting

    Ambient Temperature Limit:
    (ground) and (flight)

    EGT Limit:
    • Minimum -40°C (ground) and -65°C (flight)
    • EGT Limit: Red Line
  39. APU - Starting

    Maximum EGT:
    1038°C, Not to be exceeded under ANY conditions.
  40. APU - Starting

    Altitude Limit for APU Start:
    FL 370
  41. APU - Starting

    Airspeed Limit:
    VMO/MMO
  42. APU - Starting

    Starter Limitations:

    How many Starts or Start Attemps?
    3 Starts or Start attempts per 60 minutes, with a minimum of two minutes delay between cranking attempts to allow for cooling of the starter, starter contactor and for APU drainage.
  43. APU - Operating Range

    RPM Limit:
    Red line (106%)
  44. APU - Operating Range

    EGT Limit:
    Red line
  45. APU - Operating Range

    Generator Loading Limit Altitude:
    FL 410
  46. APU - Operating Range

    Bleed Air Extraction Limit Altitude:
    FL 250
  47. APU - Operating Range

    Bleed Air Extraction (On Ground):
    No Limit
  48. APU - Operating Range

    Bleed Air Engine Start Limit Altitude:
    FL 210
  49. APU - Operating Range

    Airspeed Limit:
    VMO/MMO
  50. APU - Starting

    On the Ground Starting Altitude Limit:
    15,000 ft.
  51. APU - Operating Range

    Max EGT, APU on-speed
    (dependant upon altitude and temperature):
    Ground:
    In flight:
    • Ground: 682° C to 789° C
    • In flight: 773° C to 806° C
  52. Autoflight - Minimum Use Heights

    On Takeoff
    600 ft. AGL
  53. Autoflight - Minimum Use Heights

    Non Precision Approach:
    400 ft. AGL
  54. Autoflight - Minimum Use Heights

    Precision Approach with a GPA ≤ 3.5° degrees:
    80 ft. AGL
  55. Autoflight - Minimum Use Heights

    Precision Approach with a GPA > 3.5°; ≤ 4°
    120 ft. AGL, provided that the airport elevation is below 4,000’. Above 4,000’ elevation, the use of the autopilot is prohibited.
  56. Autoflight - Minimum Descent Altitude

    When setting the MDA marker using the DA / knob:
    The MDA is adjusted to the next highest 10 ft. increment on a Precision Approach and the next highest 100 ft. on a Non-Precission Approach.
  57. Electrical - AC System:

    Max. load on either main Generator up to 41,000 ft.
    40 kVA
  58. Electrical - AC System:

    Max. load on APU Generator up to 41,000 ft.
    40 kVA
  59. Electrical - DC System: In Flight Operation:

    Max. continuous load on each TRU
    120 amps.
  60. Electrical - DC System Ground Operation:

    Max permissible time for ground operations with DC (battery) power to protect the cockpit CRT displays:
    5 minutes on DC (battery power).
  61. Electrical - Circuit Breaker Reset (In Flight)
    • A circuit breaker must not be reset or cycled:
    • Unless doing so is consistent with explicit procedures specified on AOM Vol.1, or unless in the judgment of the Captain, that resetting or cycling of the circuit breaker is necessary for the safe completion of the flight.
  62. Engines

    What is the N1 value for Engine Start?
    N/A
  63. Engines

    What is the ITT value for Engine Start?
    Red Line
  64. Engines

    What is the N2 value for Engine Start?
    0%-45%
  65. Engines

    What is the OIL Temp value for Engine Start?
    -40°C (minimum)
  66. Engines

    What is the OIL Pressure value for Engine Start?
    Amber value for a max. of 10 minutes
  67. Engines

    What is the N1 value for Engine @ Idle?
    20% - 25%
  68. Engines

    What is the ITT value for Engine @ Idle?
    N/A
  69. Engines

    What is the N2 value for Engine @ Idle?
    55% - 65%
  70. Engine Operating Limits


    Max Time in TO/GA
    5 Minutes
  71. Engine Operating Limits

    Max Time in APR
    10 Minutes - 1 Engine

    5 Minutes - 2 Engines
  72. Engines

    ITT temperature before Attempting to start an engine on the ground:
    Below 120°C

  73. Engines

    ITT temperature before Attempting to air start an engine:
    Below 90°C

  74. Engines

    Max oil pressure:
    156 psi when oil temp transient is less than 60°C.
  75. Engines

    Oil pressures should show
    Positive value during start and may peak beyond 182 psi (max display value)
  76. Engines

    How is Oil pressure displayed above 182 psi?
    Is displayed as amber dashes.
  77. Engines

    Max. time Oil pressure may be greater than 95 psi?
    For a max. of 10 minutes.
  78. Engines

    Low Oil Pressure (25 - 45 PSI) when above IDLE;
    Low oil pressure (amber values) when above IDLE require oil temperature monitoring.
  79. Engines - APR Thrust

    Pilot initiated APR Thrust
    (MAX POWER detent or HIGH PWR SCHEDULE switchlight)
    • Is Prohibited:
    • For the first 30 minutes after any engine start at altitudes below 7,500 MSL

    At all times Above 7,500 MSL

    (note) This limitation does not prohibit the pilot from selecting APR as required for safety of flight. If subsequently restarted in flight, the engine will reset the FADEC and the 30 minute warm up time limit re-applies.
  80. Engines

    ITT EXCEED B(B1)(C) Status Message
    Any ITT EXCEED B(B1)(C) status message must be logged in the AML.
  81. Engines - Thrust Management Data

    With the engines running and bleeds configured for takeoff:
    The crew must verify that the target N1 values correspond to the data presented in the TPS message and the thrust setting charts (+1.0%) Refer to the TPS message or CRJ-700 Flip Cards.

  82. Engines - Thrust Management Data

    With the thrust levers set for takeoff;
    The target and actual N1 values should match.
  83. Engines - Takeoff Method

    Method “A”, “B” or “C”.
    • 30° either direction from aircraft nose; no wind speed limit
    • OR
    • >30° either direction from aircraft nose; <5 kts. wind speed.
  84. Engines - Takeoff Method

    Method “B” or “C”.
    (Do NOT exceed 75% N1 before brake release)
    >30° either direction from aircraft nose, between 5 and 30 kts. wind speed.
  85. Engines - Takeoff Method

    Method “C” only.
    >30° either direction from aircraft nose, >30 kts. windspeed.
  86. Engines - Aircraft Cold Soak

    Before the first flight of the day, when the aircraft is cold-soaked at an ambient temperature of -30°C or below for more than eight hours:
    The engines must be motored for 60 seconds and the fan rotation must be verified on the N1 indicator before an engine start is initiated.

    The thrust reversers must be actuated until the deploy and stow cycles are two seconds or less.
  87. Engines - Continuous Ignition

    Continuous ignition must be used during the following:
    • Takeoffs and landings on a contaminated runway
    • Flight through moderate or heavier intensity rain
    • Flight through moderate or heavier intensity turbulence
    • Flight in the vicinity of thunderstorms.
  88. Engines - Warm Up

    The engines must remain at IDLE until oil pressure reaches normal operating range.
    During all starts, do not exceed 75% N1 for two minutes after start, or until all operating indications are in the normal range, whichever is longer.
  89. Engines - Thrust Reversers

    Thrust reversers are approved for ground use only, activation of the reverse thrust levers in flight is..
    Prohibited
  90. Engines - Thrust Reversers

    The thrust reversers are intended for use during full stop landings. Do not attempt a go-around maneuver after...
    Deployment of the thrust reversers.
  91. Engines - Thrust Reversers

    Takeoff with any thrust reverser icon of the EICAS warning and/or caution message displayed is...
    Prohibited
  92. Engines - Starter Limits

    The starter must not be used if indicated N2 RPM exceeds
    45% N2
  93. Engines - Starter Limits

    Engine Start (Ground)
    (Thrust Lever has been advanced to IDLE)
    1st and 2nd cycles
    90 seconds ON, 10 sec OFF
  94. Engines - Starter Limits

    Engine Start (Ground)
    (Thrust Lever has been advanced to IDLE)
    3rd through 5th cycles
    90 seconds ON, 5 mins OFF
  95. Engines - Starter Limits

    Engine Start or Motoring (Flight)
    1st cycle
    2 Minutes ON, 10 sec OFF
  96. Engines - Starter Limits

    Engine Start or Motoring (Flight)
    2nd through 5th cycles
    1 Minute ON, 5 mins OFF
  97. Engines - Starter Limits

    Motoring (Ground)
    (Thrust Lever remains at SHUTOFF)
    1st cycle
    90 seconds ON, 5 mins OFF
  98. Engines - Starter Limits

    Motoring (Ground)
    (Thrust Lever remains at SHUTOFF)
    2nd through 5th cycles
    30 seconds ON, 5 mins OFF
  99. Engine Relight

    Starter Assisted

    Altitude from 21,000 to sea level
    Speed from VREF up to Vmo and from 0 to 45% N2
  100. Engine Relight

    Special All Engine Out (AEO) Rapid Relight

    Altitude from 10,000 to Sea Level
    FADEC rapid relight capability has been demonstrated at 200 kias for up to 15-second fuel interruptions.
  101. Engine Relight

    Windmilling

    10,000 feet to Sea level
    Speed 250 KIAS to Vmo and 7.2% N2 minimum.
  102. Engine Relight

    Windmilling
    21,000 feet to 10,000 feet
    Speed 290 KIAS to Vmo and 7.2% N2 minimum
  103. Engines - Starter Limits

    CAUTION
    Motoring Cycle limits may not be combined with Starting Cycle limits.
    Any time the Thrust Lever has been advanced to IDLE, Motoring Cycle limits cannot be applied.
  104. Flight Controls - Slats/Flaps

    Enroute use of slats/flaps is;
    Prohibited.
  105. Flight Controls - Slats/Flaps

    Use of slats/flaps during holding is...
    Prohibited
  106. Flight Controls - Slats/Flaps

    Maximum altitude for slats/flaps extension is
    15,000 feet.
  107. Flight Controls - Flight Spoilers

    Flight spoilers must not be extended in flight below an altitude of...
    500 feet AGL.
  108. Flight Controls - Flight Spoilers

    To ensure adequate maneuver margins, flight spoilers must not be extended in flight at airspeeds below...
    The recommended approach speed plus 10 KIAS.
  109. Flight Controls - Ground Lift Dumping

    The GND LIFT DUMPING switch must always be selected to...
    AUTO during takeoffs and touch-and-go landings.
  110. Flight Controls - Horizontal Stab Trim

    Horizontal stabilizer trim position indications...
    Must be checked before each flight.
  111. Flight Instruments - Integrated Standby Instrument

    When NAV 1 is tuned to a valid ILS frequency, the ISI will display localizer and glide slope deviation while on the backcourse approach. Use of the ISI localizer and backcourse information is...
    Prohibited during backcourse approaches.
  112. Flight Instruments

    Attitude and Heading Reference System

    The aircraft must not be moved until...
    All attitude and heading information presented on PFD is valid.
  113. Flight Management System (FMS)

    General

    The Flight Management System (FMS) must be operated...
    In accordance with this Aircraft Operating Manual.
  114. Flight Management System (FMS)

    Enroute and Terminal

    IFR enroute and terminal navigation is...
    Prohibited unless the pilot verifies the currency of the database and verifies waypoints for accuracy by reference to current publications (Jeppesen).
  115. Flight Management System (FMS)

    Enroute and Terminal

    The VNAV System information is not temperature compensated. FMS generated altitudes and V-paths...
    are not corrected for non-ISA conditions.
  116. Flight Management System (FMS)

    Enroute and Terminal

    FMS range, fuel management and altitude/speed capability information is...
    Advisory only.
  117. Flight Management System (FMS)

    Approach

    ILS, LOC, LOC-BC, LDA, SDF and MLS approaches using the FMS are..
    Prohibited

    Only Non-Precision Approches are approved.
  118. Flight Management System (FMS)

    Approach

    Instrument approaches must be accomplished..
    • Instrument approaches must be accomplished with Instrument Approach Procedures that are retrieved from the FMS database.
    • The FMS must incorporate the current update cycle. The pilot must verify approach waypoints for accuracy by reference to current publications (Jeppesen).
  119. Flight Management System (FMS)

    Approach

    Operations with a VNAV final approach glidepath angle that exceeds 4.0° are...
    Prohibited.
  120. Flight Management System (FMS)

    Approach

    The approach must not be continued past the final approach fix, if...
    an FMS "NO APPR" message is displayed on the PFD.
  121. Fuel - Temperature

    Takeoff with engine fuel temperature indications below 5°C is...
    Prohibited, L (R) FUEL LO TEMP caution message will be displayed.
  122. Fuel - Temperature

    Takeoff with bulk fuel temperature indications below the limits stated is...
    Prohibited.
  123. Fuel - Temperature

    During flight, bulk fuel temperature must remain....
    Above the applicable bulk fuel freezing point.
  124. Fuel - Temperature

    Fuel Type:

    Bulk Fuel Temp Takeoff Limit:

    Bulk Fuel Temp during Flight Limit:
    Fuel - JET A

    Bulk Fuel Temp Takeoff Limit - (-30°C)

    Bulk Fuel Temp during Flight Limit - (-40°C)
  125. Fuel - Quantity

    Takeoff with a fuel load in excess of _______ lbs. in the center tank is not permitted unless each main wing tank is above ________ lbs.
    • 500 lb.
    • 4,400 lb.
  126. Fuel - Quantity

    The minimum fuel quantity for go-around is ______ lbs. per wing (with the aircraft level) and assuming a maximum aircraft climb attitude of 10° nose up.
    600 lb.
  127. Fuel - Imbalance

    The max. permissible fuel imbalance between the contents of the left main tank and the right main tank,
    During takeoff _____ lbs.
    During all other phases of flight _______ lbs.
    • During takeoff......300 lb.
    • All other phases of flight.....800 lb.
  128. Fuel - Crossflow

    Power and Gravity Crossflow must be
    Off for takeoff
  129. Global Positioning System (GPS)

    General

    When flying to an airport where a GPS stand-alone approach is intended and is the only suitable approach, prior to dispatch...
    the crew must verify that the predictive RAIM at the destination is AVAILABLE during the ETA.
  130. Ice and Rain

    Ice Protection Procedures
    TAXI


    Ground Contamination or Visible Moisture
    TEMP: OAT 10°C or colder
    IAS:N/A
    ANTI-ICE:________
    ANTI-ICE: COWL
  131. Ice and Rain

    Ice Protection Procedures
    TAKEOFF


    Ground Contamination or Visible Moisture
    TEMP: OAT 10°C or colder
    IAS:N/A
    ANTI-ICE:________
    ANTI-ICE: COWL
  132. Ice and Rain

    Ice Protection Procedures
    TAKEOFF

    Ground Contamination or Visible Moisture
    TEMP: OAT 5°C or colder
    IAS:N/A
    ANTI-ICE:_________
    ANTI-ICE: COWL and WING
  133. Ice and Rain

    Ice Protection Procedures
    IN FLIGHT

    Visible Moisture
    TEMP: Between SAT -40°C and TAT 10°C
    IAS: >230
    ANTI-ICE: _______

    ANTI-ICE: COWL
  134. Ice and Rain

    Ice Protection Procedures
    IN FLIGHT

    Visible Moisture
    TEMP: Between SAT -40°C and TAT 10°C
    IAS: <230
    ANTI-ICE: _______
    ANTI-ICE: COWL and WING
  135. Ice and Rain

    Ice Protection Procedures

    Ground contamination definition:
    Ramps, taxiways or runways with surface snow, ice, slush or standing water.
  136. Ice and Rain

    Ice Protection Procedures

    Visible moisture definition:
    Visibility of one mile or less, clouds, snow, ice crystals, sleet or rain
  137. Ice and Rain

    Ice Protection Procedures

    When Type II or Type IV Anti-icing Fluids have been applied:
    WING anti-ice, if required, must be selected ON just prior to thrust increase for take-off.
  138. Ice and Rain

    Severe Icing – Super-Cooled Large Droplet Icing

    Continued operation in areas of Severe Icing conditions is...
    Prohibited
  139. Ice and Rain

    Severe Icing – Super-Cooled Large Droplet Icing

    Severe Icing conditions are indicated by ice accretion on...
    the cockpit side windows
  140. Ice and Rain

    Severe Icing – Super-Cooled Large Droplet Icing

    If severe Icing is encountered:
    • WING and COWL Anti-Icing Systems must be ON
    • Leave icing conditions

    •                         NOTE
    • Do not hold in icing condition with flaps/slats extended.
  141. Cold Weather Operations

    Take-off is prohibited with frost, ice, snow or slush adhering to any critical surface (wings, upper fuselage, horizontal stabilizer, vertical stabilizer,control surfaces and engine inlets).
    NOTE
    Take-off is permitted with frost adhering to:
    • the upper surface of the fuselage; and/or
    • the underside of the wing, that is caused by cold soaked fuel
  142. Landing Gear

    Wheel Brake Cooling

    A minimum brake cooling time of...
    15 minutes must be observed between a landing stop or a rejected takeoff and the subsequent takeoff.

    BTMS brake temperatures must be in the green range before takeoff.
  143. Miscellaneous

    Taxi Lights

    The taxi lights must be switched OFF whenever the aircraft is stationary in excess of ________.
    10 minutes.
  144. Structural Weights

    Structural Weight Limitations

    Maximum Ramp
    MRAMP - 75,250 lbs.
  145. Structural Weights

    Structural Weight Limitations

    Maximum Takeoff
    MTOW - 75,000 lbs.
  146. Structural Weights

    Structural Weight Limitations

    Maximum Landing
    MLW - 67,000 lbs.
  147. Structural Weights

    Structural Weight Limitations

    Maximum Zero Fuel
    MZFW - 62,300 lbs.
  148. Structural Weights

    Structural Weight Limitations

    Minimum Flight Weight
    42,000 lbs.
  149. Structural Weights

    Structural Weight Limitations

    Minimum Operating Empty Weight
    39,835 lbs.

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