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IMMEDIATE ACTION ITEMS

Aborted Take-Off
Simultaneously:
1) Thrust Levers...IDLE
2) Wheel Brakes .......... MAXIMUM until safe stop
3) Thrust Reverser(s).... MAXIMUM consistent with directional control
Double Engine Failure
1) IGNITION CONT............... ON
2) Airspeed……240 KIAS MINIMUM
CABIN ALT Msg or Emergency Descent Procedure
1) Oxygen Masks...DON, SET TO 100%
2) Crew Communications.....ESTABLISH
Stab Trim Runaway
1) Control Wheel...... Assume manual control and override runaway
2) Both STAB TRIM DISC Switches.....PRESS, HOLD, and Release
3) Airplane control....... Transfer to Captain (LH) side
4) STAB CH1 and CH2, HSTCU cbs (2F5 and 4A1).......OPEN
Uncommanded Yaw Motion
1) Controls..........ASSUME MANUAL CONTROL and COUNTER AIRCRAFT MOTION USING CONTROL WHEEL INPUTS.

2) YAW DAMPER, DISC button.... Select to disconnect both Yaw Dampers
During Landing – Excessive Asymmetry or Loss of Braking
1) Wheel brakes…........ RELEASE MOMENTARILY
2) ANTI-SKID....OFF
3) Wheel brakes....RE-APPLY AS REQUIRED
Configuration Warnings
1) Takeoff........DISCONTINUE IMMEDIATELY
ABNORMAL ENGINE STARTS

HOT START
(1) Affected thrust lever…..SHUT OFF
(2) IGNITION......... OFF
(3) Dry motor ........ACCOMPLISH
until ITT is reduced below 120°C or starter time limit, whichever comes first.
INTERRUPTED START
(1) Affected thrust lever.....SHUT OFF
(2) IGNITION…... OFF
(3) Dry motor until ITT is reduced below 120°C, respecting starter time limit
NO LIGHTOFF
1) Affected thrust lever........SHUTOFF
2) IGNITION...............................OFF
3) Dry motor until starter time limit
N2 STAGNATION
(1) Affected thrust lever…..SHUT OFF
(2) IGNITION......... OFF
(3) Dry motor ........ACCOMPLISH
until ITT is reduced below 120°C, respecting starter time limit.
LOW IDLING
Affected engine.... DO NOT ADVANCE THRUST LEVER
above 70% N2 until N2 has stabilized
Within normal limits.

NO STARTER CUTOUT Msg
Affected ENG STOP….....PRESS



LIMITATIONS
1. What is the maximum allowable weight of the airplane at the gate?
53,250 lbs
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-2.1

2. What is the maximum allowable takeoff weight of the airplane?
53,000 lbs
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-2.1

3. What is the maximum zero fuel weight of the airplane?
44,000 lbs.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-2.1

4. What is the maximum weight for landing?
47,000 lbs.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-2.1

5. Are there any circumstances under which it would be acceptable to exceed the maximum
structural landing limit?
Landing over the maximum landing weight is permissible, if required by an emergency. The
decision to land overweight is an operational decision that is made by the Captain. Time
permitting, contact the Dispatcher to review any available options.
Ref: FOM 9-2.2 thru 9-2.3


6. What is the minimum OAT°C for takeoff?
-40°C. This is a hard number with no computations necessary.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-3.1


7. What is the maximum tailwind allowed for takeoff and landing?
10 kts.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-3.6


8. Assuming aircraft weight and OAT allow, what is the maximum altitude the aircraft may
be operated?
FL 410.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-3.1


9. Your flight must be within 45 minutes of the nearest suitable airport under what
conditions?
If cargo is carried in the cargo compartment.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-3.7

10. Assuming the BTMS system is operative, what is the minimum brake cooling time
between a landing stop or a rejected takeoff and the subsequent takeoff?
15 minutes.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-7.4 thru 1-7.5

11. What is the maximum BTMS readout allowed prior to takeoff?
Stable or decreasing with warmest brake 06 or lower. For BTMS readout greater than 05, see Volume 1 QRH PERF 04. Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-7.5
12. What is the maximum weight allowed in the cargo compartment?
3,500 lbs.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-2.1

13. What is the maximum crosswind on a wet runway?
27 Knots
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.4

14. What is the maximum crosswind on a contaminated runway with braking action less than
good (MU value = 40)?
15 Knots
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.4 & 5-2.4. Also see speed cards and OM 5-2.6.

15. What is the maximum crosswind if the Captain has less than 100 hours PIC in type?
27 Knots
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.4

16. What is the maximum speed the landing gear can be lowered?
250 KIAS.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.3

17. What is the maximum speed to raise the landing gear?
200 KIAS.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.3

18. What is the maximum speed with the landing gear extended?
250 KIAS.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.3

19. What is the maximum flaps operating speed (VFO) for flaps 8°?
200 KIAS.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.3

20. What is the maximum flaps operating speed (VFO) for flaps 20°?
200 KIAS.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.3

21. What is the maximum flaps operating speed (VFO) for flaps 30°?
185 KIAS.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.3

22. What is the maximum flaps operating speed (VFO) for flaps 45°?
170 KIAS.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.3

23. What is the maximum flaps extended speed (VFE) for flaps 8°?
215 KIAS.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.3

24. What is the maximum flaps extended speed (VFE) for flaps 20°?
215 KIAS.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.3

25. What is the maximum flaps extended speed (VFE) for flaps 30°?
185 KIAS.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.3

26. What is the maximum flaps extended speed (VFE) for flaps 45°?
170 KIAS.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.3

27. At flight level 310 you encounter moderate or greater turbulence. What limitations should concern you?
Maximum turbulence penetration speed is 280 KIAS or 0.75 Mach, whichever is lower.  Continuous Ignition should be ON.  Avoid rapid and large alternating control inputs especially in conjunction with large changes in pitch, roll, or yaw (e.g. large side-slip angles) as they may cause structural failure at any speed, including below VA.  Respect Design Maneuvering Speed.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-4.4, 1-5.2 & 1-5.4.

28. What is the maximum allowable tire speed?
182 Knots ground speed
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.3

29. What is maximum indicated airspeed for windshield wiper operation?
220 KIAS
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.4

30. Under what circumstances and for how long may 250 KIAS be exceeded with the ADG
deployed?
When operationally necessary up to 330 KIAS for 12 minutes, and between 331 and 335 KIAS
for 4 minutes.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-5.4

31. What is the maximum speed for ADG deployment for test flights or pilot training?
215 KIAS.
32. What is the maximum cruise speed allowed during flight in RVSM airspace?
.85 Mach
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-1.2 & 1.5.1 (No additional RVSM speed limitation)

33. What is the maximum MMO?
.85
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1.5-1

34. What is the maximum time the airplane may be stationary with the taxi lights on?
10 minutes.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-7.4

35. What altitude would have to be set in the MDA window while on an ILS approach with a DA of 212 feet?
220 feet.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-7.5

36. Under what circumstances should a pilot disregard a TCAS RA?
Obvious malfunction or A/C is performance limited such as single engine.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-7.5

37. May a pilot deviate from an ATC clearance to comply with a TCAS RA?
Yes.
Ref: CR2 OM Vol 1, 1-7.5

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