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CHQ Limitations/Memo

Limitations and Memory Items

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Total Air Temperature in cruise flight above 25000 ft is limited to -45°C
Lowest Pressure altitude for T/O and Landing -1000 ft
Highest Pressure altitude for T/O and Landing 8000 ft
Maximum operating altitude 37,000 ft
Vlo for retraction 200 KIAS
Vlo for Extention 250 KIAS
Vle 250 KIAS
Max Airspeed for Wiper Operation 170 KIAS
Maneuvering Speed Va 200 KIAS
Turbulent Air Penetration Speed............At or below 10,000 ft? Above 10,000 ft? 200 KIAS............250 KIAS / .63M (whichever is lower)
Flaps 9°. Flaps 18°. Flaps 22°. Flaps 45° 250 KIAS. 200 KIAS. 200 KIAS. 145 KIAS.
Max T/O and landing Tailwind Component 10kts
Battery Temperature for APU start -20°C
APU Starter Limits: 1st attempt....................60 Seconds Off 2nd attempt...................60 Seconds Off 3rd attempt....................30 Minutes Off
Minimum temperature for manual Anti-icing operation -40°C
Maximum temperature for Anti-icing operation 10°C
Maximum altitude for flap operation 20,000 ft
Maximum airspeed after T/O without retriming 160 KIAS
Autopilot Minimum Altitude During ILS Approach 200 ft
Autopilot minimum Engagement Height 500 ft
Yaw Damper minimum altitude 50 ft
Minimum Oxygen pressure for Dispatch 1100 psi for pilot and copilot...................1500 psi for pilot, copilot, and observer
Minimum Equipment for RVSM 2 Primary altitude measurement systems. 1 autopilot with altitude hold mode. 1 Altitude alerter. 1 Transponder
Created by: Jjtabet
 

 



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