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1) What is the Max Ramp Weight?
65,400 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2, CFM VOL II CHAP 1)
2) What is the Max T/O Weight?
65,200 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2, CFM VOL II CHAP 1)
3) What is the Max Landing Weight?
62,000 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2, CFM VOL II CHAP 1)
4) What is the Max Zero Fuel Weight?
58,000 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2, CFM VOL II CHAP 1)
5) What is the Min Structural Design Weight?
31,753 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
6) What is the Max AFT baggage load (lbs)? What is the C2 limitation?
2,560 lbs total weight with 1,000 lbs on C2 (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
7) What is the Max FWD baggage load (lbs)?
910 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
8) What are the Max/Min load factors with flaps up and down?
Flaps Retracted: +2.5g to -1.0g (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Flaps Extended: +2.0g to 0.0g (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
9) What is the maximum altitude we may accept during flight from ATC?
25,000 ft ASL (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
10) What is the Max T/O and landing altitude?
10,000 ft ASL (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
11) What is the Max/Min runway slope?
+/- 2% (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
12) May we takeoff with a runway slope of 2.5%?
No, +/- 2% slope is the limitation. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
13) What is the Max crosswind for T/O and landing?
32 knots, hard, dry or wet runway. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
14) What is the Max crosswind for landing with a wet runway?
32 knots (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
15) What are the Max/Min operating temperature limits?
Min= -54°C (CFM VOL 1 PG. 2-2) Max= +50°C or ISA +35°C whichever is lower. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Airspeeds
16) What are the maximum operating speeds for the Q400?
0 - 8000 ft: 245KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) 10,000 ft: 282KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) 18,000 ft: 286KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) 20,000 ft: 275KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) 25,000 ft: 248KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
17) What is the Q400 maneuvering speed?
18) What is the Q400 rough air penetration speed?
19) What is the Max speed we may operate the landing gear handle?
20) If required to fly with the landing gear down, what would be our max speed we may fly at and stay within limitations?
21) What is the Max indicated airspeed for alternate gear extension? Why?
VALT gear: 185KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2), due to main and nose hydraulic gear doors remaining open.
22) What are the speed limitations regarding the use of flaps?
VFE @ Flap 5°: 200KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Flap 10°: 181KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Flap 15°: 172KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Flap 35°: 158KIAS (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
23) What is the max altitude for air-start?
20000 ft (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
24) What is the max ITT for start?
920°C (CFM VOL 1 PG. 2-8)
25) Once an engine has stabilized after a start, what is the Min NH that the display should indicate?
64.2% (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
26) How long may MTOP be utilized per engine operating limitations?
5 Minutes (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
27) What is min oil temp for inlet ice protection on the ground?
55°C (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
28) What is the min oil temp for inlet ice protection airborne?
65°C Within three minutes of setting takeoff power (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
29) What are the starter cranking limits?
START MAX. TIME ON FOLLOWED BY 1 70 Seconds 2 Minutes Off 2 70 Seconds 2 Minutes Off 3 70 Seconds 30 Minutes Off (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
30) After an aborted engine start sequence, how long must a crew wait until attempting another start? (first attempt)
2 minutes (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
31) What is the max usable fuel load?
11,724 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
32) What is the max lateral fuel imbalance?
600 lbs (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
33) When must the Tank Aux Pumps be on during normal operations?
Tank 1 and Tank 2 auxiliary pumps must be on for takeoff and landing. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
34) What is the normal fuel temp operating range?
0-71°C Normal Operations (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Electrical
35) What is the max battery load for T/O?
0.1 On the Standby, Aux and Main Batteries (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
36) What is the min battery temp for T/O?
-20°C (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Landing Gear & Flaps
37) May we extend the gear at FL250 to aid an emergency descent?
No, 15000 ft is the max altitude for extending the landing gear. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
38) What is the max tire speed?
182 Kts Groundspeed (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Pressurization
39) What is the max cabin differential airborne?
5.95 psi (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
40) What is the max cabin differential on the ground?
0.5 psi (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
41) What is the normal cabin differential airborne?
5.46 psi +/- 0.1 psi (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
42) What is the max cabin altitude (ft)?
8,000 ft (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
43) When may we NOT conduct a T/O or landing with Bleeds On?
Takeoff: Tailwind component exceeds ten knots, Reported OAT exceeds 39°C (100°F) Landing: Tailwind component exceeds ten knows, Reported OAT exceeds 39°C (100°F) When performance data dictates we must conduct a Bleed Off takeoff or landing. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
44) What are the autopilot coupled approach limitations?
AFCS is approved for autopilot approaches to CAT I limits only. Autopilot coupled approaches are approved for -Flap 0° (minimum altitude: 1000 ft AGL) -Flap 5°, 10°, 15°,35° (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
45) What is the autopilot minimum engagement height (AGL)?
After takeoff or go-around the minimum height for autopilot engagement is 1000 ft AGL (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
46) Is autopilot use in severe turbulence and/or severe icing permitted?
Autopilot must be disengaged in severe icing and turbulence (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2) Operational
47) Reason(s) why flight must be conducted no further than 1 hour flying time from a suitable landing airport for landing:
Due to the one hour limitation on the Intergrated Standby Instrument and the fire protection requirements of the forward and aft baggage compartment. (CFM VOL 1 CHAPT 2)
48) Is the Q400 certified for ditching?
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