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FSI CL65 Limitations

Flight Safety CRJ200 Limitations

Max Taxi Weight 53,250
Max T/O Weight 53,000
Max Landing Weight 47,000
Max Zero Fuel Weight 44,000
Minimum Flight Weight 30,000
Max Cargo Weight 3,500
Max T/O & Landing Pressure Altitude 10,000 ft.
Max Operating Altitude 41,000 ft.
Max T/O & Landing Ambient Air Temp ISA +35C
Min T/O & Landing Ambient Air Temp -40C
Conditions for use of Cowl Anti-Ice while on the Ground OAT ≤ +10C & visible moisture with visibility ≤ 1 mile OAT ≤ +10C & Contaminated runway, ramp or taxiway
Conditions for use of Cowl Anti-Ice while in Flight TAT ≤ =10C & visible moisture in any form except when SAT ≤ -40C On when ICE is annunciated by the ice detection system.
Conditions for use of Wing Anti-Ice while on the Ground OAT ≤ +5C & visible moisture with visibility ≤ 1 mile OAT ≤ +5 & Contaminated Runways
Conditions for use of Wing Anti-Ice while in Flight When annunciated by the ice detection system TAT ≤ +10C & Visible moisture in any form, except when SAT ≤ -40C, and airspeed ≤ 230 KIAS
Super-Cooled Large Droplets Continued Flight Operations prohibited. Identified by side window icing.
Takeoff with frost adhering to: Upper surface of fuselage underside of wing, caused by cold soaked fuel (1/8in max)
Tactile Check Required of Wing: OAT ≤ +5C or wing fuel temp is ≤ 0C and visible moisture OR water on wing OR dew point spread is 3C or less OR atmospheric conditions conductive to frost
Runway Slope +/- 2%
Max Tailwind 10 kts
Flight with Cargo Flight must be within 45 minutes of suitable airport
Engine Type General Electric CF34-3B1
Max ITT for Start 900C
Max ITT for T/O 900C for 2 min, 884 next 3 min
Engine Warm Up Idle power until Oil Pressure in Normal Range
Engine Extreme Low Temperature Precautions: Durations ≥ 8 hrs at ≥ -30C then: Before start - motor engine for 60sec and verify fan rotation Actuate Thrust Reversers until deploy/stow cycle is 5 sec of less
Continuous Ignition must be used: Takeoff and Landing on contaminated runways Flight through Rain ≥ moderate intensity Flight through Turb ≥ moderate intensity Flight in the vicinity of thunderstorms Takeoffs with high crosswind components
Engine Start (Ground / Flight) Start 1/2 60sec followed by 10sec cool down Start 3-5 60sec followed by 5 min cool down
Motoring (Ground) Start 1 90sec followed by 5 min cool down Start 2-5 30sec followed by 5 min cool down
Windmilling Engine Start Envelope: 21,000-15,000 req 300k to Vmo/Mmo & 12-55% N2 < 15,000 req 300k to Vmo/Mmo & 9-55% N2
Starter Assisted Engine Start Envelope: 21,000 - 15,000 req 180k to Vmo & 0-55% N2 < 15,000 need Vref-Vmo & 0-55% N2
APU Bleed Relight: ONLY permitted during double engine flameout at 13,000ft or less & 240k min
Fuel Total: Wing Tanks: Center Tank: Total- 14,518 lbs Wings- 4,760 lbs Center- 4,998 lbs
Minimum Go Around Fuel 450 lbs per wing with Max 10deg nose up pitch
Takeoff Prohibited Regarding Fuel Engine Fuel Temp < 5C Wing Fuel Imbalance > 800 lbs Center > 500lbs and Wings ≤ 4,400 lbs or Wing < 2,000lbs and ZFW reduced by the amount of center tank fuel over the 500lb. limit and CG compliance Powered Cross-flow & Gravity Cross-flow must be OFF
In Flight Fuel Prohibitions: Wing imbalance > 800 lbs Jet A ≤ -30C
Oil Max duration without servicing_____ Over ______ must check at Eng Oil level panel within ____ to _____ after shutdown 16hrs; 3min to 2hrs
APU Start Attempts: Battery 1st 30sec / 2 min off 2nd 30sec / 20 min off 3rd 30sec / 2 min off 4th 30sec / 40 min off
APU Max generator load _____ 30 kVA
Max ALT APU Electrics ______ Max ALT APU Starting _______ Max ALT APU Pneumatics ______ FL370 FL300 15,000 ft
Vmo / Mmo 335 KIAS / 0.85 M
Vt (Turbulence) 280 KIAS / 0.75 M
Max Windshield Wiper Speed 220 KIAS
Max RVSM airspeed 0.83 M
Vfo Flaps 8 _____ Flaps 20 _____ Flaps 30 _____ Flaps 45 _____ 200 200 185 170
Vfe Flaps 8 _____ Flaps 20 _____ Flaps 30 _____ Flaps 45 _____ 215 215 185 170
Enroute use of Flaps / Slats is _______ Prohibited
Flights with Flaps / Slats extend at altitudes above ______ is _______ 15,000 ft; prohibited
Vlo / Vle 250 KIAS
Vlr 200 KIAS
Tire Speed 182 KIAS
Max Crosswind Dry - ______ Max Crosswind Wet - ______ Contaminated Runway - ______ 27k .3 (poor)= 10k .4 (average)= 15k .5 (good)= 27K
Flaps Up Load Limits - _____ to _____ Flaps Down Load Limits - _____ to _____ UP: -1.0G to +2.5G's Down: -0.0G to +2.0G's
Max Relief Differential + 8.7 psi
Min Relief Differential - 0.5 psi
Max Taxi, T/O and Landing Differential + 0.1 psi
Max Single Pack Operation FL 250
Max Hydraulic Temperature 96 C
Hydraulic Quantity 45-85%
Hydraulic Pressure 1800-3200 psi
Minimum Autopilot Altitudes Takeoff _____ Non Precision/Visual _____ Precision _____ 600 ft 400 ft 80 ft
Engine Electrical Loads 0 to 35,000; _____ kVA above 35,000; _____kVA 30 kVA 25 kVA
APU Electrical Loads 0 to 37,000: _____kVA 30 kVA
TRUs There are ____ with a maximum of ______ each. 5; 100 amps
Maximum Ground Time on DC power only 5 minutes
Use of Flight Spoilers < ____;_____ 300 ft; prohibited
Use of Flight Spoilers at airspeed of < _______;______ Vref + 17; prohibited
Stall Protection System Switches: On for all phases of flight
10th Stage Bleeds must be _____ for _____ and _____ if cowl or wing anti-ice is on close, takeoff and landing
Use of ISI is ______ during backcourse approaches Prohibited
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