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Citation VII

Operating Handbook

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Use of Operating Handbook


The CAE Operating Handbook is both a training aid for the simulator and a practical tool
for the cockpit. This handbook is comprised of three sections.
The normal procedures section (N-pages) are inserted in vinyl sleeves for
increased durability and ease of page replacement. The checklists provided are
CAE-developed Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). If your company has its
own SOP, you may replace the CAE SOP with your own SOP.
The flight planning section (F-pages) contains charts and graphs to facilitate flight
planning.
The emergency/abnormal procedures section (E-pages) contains checklists for
emergency and abnormal situations. All immediate action (memory) items are
printed in red; procedures with immediate action items also have red titles.

This section may be accessed in one of three ways: by table of contents (EMER tab,
front), by system tab (front), or by numbered tab (back).

If you are accessing a procedure by the table of contents or by system, simply
place your thumb on the proper tab and open the book. For example, place your
thumb on the EMER tab and open the handbook; the E-pages table of contents is
displayed.

If you are accessing the procedures by cockpit indication, reference the back page
of this handbook. Locate the appropriate item and note the number in the adjacent
circle. Next, locate the similarly numbered tab; place your thumb on that page and
open the handbook. The procedure will be on one of the two pages now open or
immediately following.
DEFINITIONS
Land As Soon As Possible: Land at the nearest suitable airport. Extreme situations
could require an off-airport landing. Primary consideration is safety of occupants.
Land As Soon As Practical: Land at a suitable airport. Primary consideration is the
urgency of the emergency or abnormal situation. Continuing to the destination or an
alternate with appropriate service facilities may be an option.
WARNING:

An operating procedure, technique, etc., that may result


in personal injury or loss of life if not carefully
followed.

CAUTION:

An operating procedure, technique, etc., that may result in damage to


equipment if not carefully followed.

NOTE:

An operating procedure, technique, etc., considered essential to


emphasize.


NOTICE: This Operating Handbook is to be used for aircraft familiarization and training
purposes only. It is not to be used as, nor considered a substitute for, the manufacturers
Pilot or Maintenance Manuals.

Copyright 2012, CAE, Inc.


All rights reserved.
Excerpted materials used in this publication
have been reproduced with the permission of
Cessna Aircraft Company.
Printed in the United States of America.

Normal Procedures

SEVERE ICING ENCOUNTER


DURING ALL ICING ENCOUNTERS MAINTAIN A MINIMUM OF 180 KIAS
EXCEPT FOR APPROACH AND LANDING
Icing Conditions exist anytime the indicated RAT is +10C and below
when visible moisture in any form is present. Aircraft Ice Protection
Systems should be operating when in icing conditions.
IF SEVERE ICING IS PRESENT:
1. ATC IMMEDIATELY REQUEST PRIORITY HANDLING TO
FACILITATE EXITING THE SEVERE ICING CONDITIONS
2. Flaps LEAVE IN CURRENT POSITION
3. Autopilot DISENGAGE
Caution: BE PREPARED FOR CONTROL WHEEL FORCE
REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN DESIRED FLIGHT PATH.
4. M
 aneuvering AVOID ABRUPT AND EXCESSIVE MANEUVERING
THAT MAY AGGRAVATE CONTROL PROBLEMS.
5. Angle-of-Attack REDUCE IF UNUSUAL OR UNCOMMANDED
ROLL IS ENCOUNTERED (INCREASE AIRSPEED).
Severe icing may be encountered at temperatures as cold as -18C.
Increased vigilance is required at 0C ambient temperature with visible
moisture present. The following visual cues indicate severe icing
conditions:
Visible rain at temperatures colder than 0C ambient air
temperature.
Droplets that splash or splatter at temperatures colder
than 0C ambient air temperature.
Unusually extensive ice accumulation on the airframe
and windshield in areas not normally observed to
collect ice.
Accumulation of ice on the upper surface of the wing aft
of protected area.
Aircraft equipment has not been designed to provide protection against
freezing rain or severe conditions of mixed or clear ice. During all
operations, the pilot is expected to exercise good judgment and be
prepared to alter the flight plan, i.e. exit icing, if conditions exceed the
capability of the aircraft and equipment.
Freezing rain and clear ice will be deposited in layers over the entire
surface of the airplane and can run back over control surfaces before
freezing. Ice accumulations significantly alter the shape of airfoils and
increase the weight of the aircraft. Flight with ice accumulated on the
aircraft will increase stall speeds and alter the speeds for optimum
performance.

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SEVERE ICING ENCOUNTER - CONTINUED
Flight at high angle-of attack (low airspeed) can result in ice building on
the underside of the wings and the horizontal tail aft of areas protected
by boots or leading edge anti-ice systems.
Prolonged flight with the flaps and/or landing gear down is not
recommended at 0C ambient temperature with visible moisture present.
Trace or light amounts of icing on the horizontal tail can significantly
alter airfoil characteristics which will affect stability and control of the
aircraft.

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PF Pilot Flying. The pilot responsible for controlling the aircraft.


Performs tasks and responds to checklist challenges.
PM Pilot Monitoring. Reads checklist challenges.
(BOTH) PF and PM both perform the task and respond to the
challenge.
* Indicates first flight of the day items.

PM

COCKPIT INSPECTION

PF

OXYGEN MASKS & PRESSURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK


PASSENGER OXYGEN. . . . . . . . . . AUTO (OFF, if above 12,000 ft MSL)
CIRCUIT BREAKERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
PARK BRAKE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC POWER SWITCH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
THROTTLES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CUTOFF
BATTERY SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EMER, CHECK EMER BUS
BATTERY SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BATT 24V MIN
BATTERY DISC SWITCH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
LANDING GEAR HANDLE . . . . . . DOWN, INDICATES DOWN/LOCKED
ENGINE FIRE SWITCHES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
GROUND EXTERNAL POWER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONNECT (if desired)
* FLAP HANDLE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET 20 (handle and indicator agree)
FUEL QUANTITY AND BALANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
FREON AIR CONDITIONING (if installed). . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS DESIRED
Note: External power must be used to operate the fern air
conditioning system when airplane's generator is not on
line.

HOT ITEMS/LIGHTS . . . . . . . . CHECK (Engine/Pitot Covers Removed)



E
 xpedite the following checks if external power or APU
Note:
power is not being used.
Items which can be observed from the cockpit may be
turned off. All other items must be checked by a quick
walk-around or a second crew member outside.
a. Emergency Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
b. Check illumination interior and exterior. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
c. Exterior Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON, check illumination OFF
d. RAT, Pitot Static Switches. . . . . . ON, 30 seconds, then OFF
e.VERIFY RAT, STATIC PORTS, PITOT TUBES, AOA PROBES,
WARM
f.Left & Right Engine Anti-Ice Switches ON, 30 seconds, then
OFF
g.VERIFY LH/RH WING FAIRING, LH/RH GENERATOR and
ALTERNATOR INLETS, WARM
BATTERY SWITCH AS REQ: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF or BATT
(if external power or APU is on)
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PF
CABIN INSPECTION

Portable Oxygen Bottle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SERVICED AND SECURE


Portable Fire Extinguisher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SERVICED AND SECURE
Door Entry Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK/AS REQUIRED
Cabin Door Water Barrier (if required) . . . . . . ABOARD AND STOWED
Luminescent Exit Placard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SECURE
Passenger Seats. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UPRIGHT AND OUTBOARD
Emergency Exit. . . . . . . . . . . . SECURE; Handle Lock Pin REMOVE
Gear Retract Hydraulic Shutoff Valve . . . . . . CHECK HANDLE DOWN
Manual FUS TANK XFER T-Handle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK STOWED

COCKPIT PREPARATION

Cockpit and Exterior Inspections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COMPLETE


Standby Attitude Indicator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON, UNCAGED,
VERIFY NO OFF FLAG, TEST, CAGE
Note: T
 he Standby Attitude Indicator is left on to initiate the
AHRS ground alignment procedure.
T
 he airplane should not be moved prior to completing the
AHRS ground alignment (approximately three minutes).
Any movement will cause the alignment process to
restart.

Battery Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BATT (24 volts min.)


APU START (if desired)
Park Brake. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONFIRM SET
Ground Recognition/NAV Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
a. APU Master Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
b. APU Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PRESS, CHECK
c. RH Boost Pump. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
d. APU Start Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PRESS MOMENTARILY
e.APU RPM and EGT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
After READY TO LOAD LIGHT ILLUMINATES
f. APU Generator Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
g. APU Bleed Air Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS DESIRED
Environmental Control Panel. . . . . . ALL KNOBS SET TO 12 O'CLOCK
WEMAC BOOST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Ground Idle Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORM
Ignition Switches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORM
Generator Switches . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ. (OFF for APU or GPU starts)
Antiskid Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Fuel Transfer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Fuel Boost Pumps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORM/AS REQD
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Fuel Computers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORM


Avionics Power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
AC XOVER Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
WARNING SYSTEMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
RUDDER BIAS HEAT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TEST
PAC BLEED SELECT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORM
PRESSURIZATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TEST/SET
Flaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Engine Sync. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Stabilizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VERIFY INDICATOR AGREES WITH
ACTUAL POSITION
Secondary/Primary Trim. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
EFIS Test Buttons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PUSH
Aileron/Spoiler T-Handle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECKED IN
CVR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TEST

IF APU WITH HYDRAULICS

Aileron Boost. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK, SET


Speed Brake Spoiler System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Auxiliary Hydraulic Power Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORM
Audio Panels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
ATIS & Clearance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OBTAIN
Flight Instruments & FMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Fuel Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Fuel Totalizer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
VMO Schedule Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Alternate schedule may be selected if zero fuel
weight is 15,350 Ibs or less. Normal must be used if
zero fuel weight is more than 15,350 Ibs.
Takeoff Data and Bugs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK AND SET

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BEFORE STARTING ENGINES

Cabin Door. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CLOSE and LOCK


(check 11 green alignment indicators)
Passenger Briefing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COMPLETE
Seats, Seat Belts, Shoulder Harnesses and Rudder Pedals. . . . . . SET
Standby Attitude Indicator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON, CAGED
Emergency Light Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ARM
Battery Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BATT
Generator Switches . . . . . . . . . . . GEN (OFF for GPU start/first engine
start from APU then X GEN for second engine start)
Passenger Advisory Light. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PASS SAFE
Ground Recognition/NAV Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Door Unlocked Annunciators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CHECK
Parking Brake. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Air Conditioner (if Installed). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Avionics Power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS DESIRED

ENGINE START

APU Bleed Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CLOSED


Engines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . START
Ground Idle Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORM
Engine Gauges. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Hydraulic Pressure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Ground External Power (if used). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DISCONNECT
Air Conditioner (if Installed). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
DC Volts/Amps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Fuel Boost Pumps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORM

BEFORE TAXI

Avionics Power and AC XOVER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON AND NORM


Altimeter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RESET CADC
Aileron Boost. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK, SET
Speed Brake Spoiler System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Auxiliary Hydraulic Power Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORM
Fuel Control Manual Governors/Rudder Bias . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
APR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TEST
Emergency Pressurization. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Flight Instruments & FMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VERIFY SET
Ice Protection Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK, then. AS REQ.
Nose Wheel Steering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Exterior Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.
Control Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Heading Phase Check. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 MAXIMUM DIFFERENCE
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Parking Brake. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RELEASE


Brakes and Steering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Flight Instruments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Thrust Reversers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
(*If intended to use on landing and first flight after maintenance)

BEFORE TAKEOFF

Seats, Seat Belts, Shoulder Harnesses . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK SECURE


Standby Attitude Indicator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .UNCAGED
Flight Instruments and Flight Director. . . . . . . . CHECK AND SET FOR
TAKEOFF
Altitude Select. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Engine Instruments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Flaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK AND SET FOR TAKEOFF
Speed Brakes/Spoiler Lever. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FULL FORWARD
Trims. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK AND SET FOR TAKEOFF
Confirm Assigned Runway for Takeoff and
Check Heading Indicator Agreement . . . . . . . . . . ASSIGNED RUNWAY
CONFIRMED, HEADING CHECKED
Crew Brief . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COMPLETE

CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF

Control Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF


Flight Controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FREE
Transponder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK, TA/RA
Ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
RAT/Pitot Static Heat Switches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Windshield Heat Switches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.
Anti-Ice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.
Exterior Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.
Annunciator Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CHECK
APR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ARM
F.A.T.S. (Flaps/Annunciators/Trims/Steering/Speeds/Speed Brakes)

TAKEOFF
(STERILE COCKPIT BELOW 10,000 FT AGL)

Thrust. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MONITOR AND TRIM AT 60 KIAS

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AFTER TAKEOFF (MINIMUM 1,500 FT AGL)

Landing Gear. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UP
(after positive climb)
LANDING Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RETRACTED
HYD Pressure and Volume. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Flaps (at V2 + 25 KIAS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UP
Yaw Damper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.
Thrust. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET FOR CLIMB
APR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DISARM
Engine Synchronizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.
Engine Bleed Air. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VERIFY ON
Ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORM
Pressurization. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Baggage Heater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.

10,000 FT MSL

Passenger Advisory Light. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.


Fuel Transfer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.
APU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS DESIRED

FL 180

Altimeters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET 29.92


Recognition Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Fuel Transfer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
APU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SHUT DOWN (prior to 30,000 ft)
Air Conditioning (if installed). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF

CRUISE

Thrust. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Pressurization. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Fuselage Fuel Tank Transfer Switch. . . OFF (when transfer complete)
Crew Oxygen Mask (when required). . . . . . . . . . . DON AND NORMAL

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Normal Procedures

MULTI-ENGINE EN-ROUTE CLIMB N1%


CITATION VII
TFE-731-4
PA 1000
FT

RAM AIR TEMPERATURE C


45

35

25

15

-5

-10

-15-

-25

-35

-45

-55

SL

93.3

95.4

97.2

95.8

94.1
94.3

93.2
93.4

92.4
92.6

91.5
91.7

90.7
90.9

89.0
89.8

87.5

85.7

84.0

93.3

95.4

97.2

98.7

98.9
98.4

98.0
98.3

97.1
97.3

96.2
96.4

95.2
95.4

93.4
93.5

91.6
91.5

89.8
89.6

88.0
87.6

10

93.3

95.4

97.2

98.7

99.9
98.4

100.4 100.8 101.2


99.2 99.9 100.6

100.1
100.5

98.1
98.5

96.1
96.5

94.1
94.5

92.0
92.5

15

93.3

95.4

97.2

98.7

99.9
98.0

100.4 100.8 101.2


98.8 99.6 100.4

101.5
101.3

101.5 101.2 99.2


101.5 101.5 101.5

97.0
100.2

20

91.3

93.1

95.0

96.9

98.8
97.3

99.7
98.2

100.6 101.2
99.0 99.9

101.5
100.8

101.5 101.5 101.5


101.5 101.5 101.5

101.5
100.2

25

90.5

92.4

94.3

96.2

98.1
96.4

99.0
97.3

100.0 101.2
98.2 99.1

101.5
99.1

101.5 101.5 101.5


101.5 101.5 101.5

101.5
101.5

30

90.2

92.1

93.9

95.8

97.7
95.2

98.7
96.2

99.6
97.1

100.5
98.1

101.5
99.1

101.5 101.5 101.5


101.1 101.5 101.5

101.5
100.2

35

98.4

91.2

93.1

95.0

96.8

97.7
92.5

98.7
93.9

99.6
95.3

100.6
96.7

101.5 101.5 101.5


99.6 101.5 101.5

101.5
100.2

41

88.1

90

91.9

93.7

95.6

96.6

97.5

98.5

99.4

101.5 101.5 101.5


97.3 99.6 101.5

101.5
100.2

43

87.9

89.7

91.6

93.5

95.4

96.3

97.3

98.2

99.2

101.1 101.5 101.5

101.5

45-51

87.6

89.4

91.3

93.2

95.1

96

97

97.6

98.9

100.8 101.5 101.5

101.5

Values shown are for anti-ice OFF


Note:

Set N1 Value or ITT = 924C, whichever is achieved first


Upper Value = Anti-Ice OFF
Lower Value = Anti-Ice ON

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Normal Procedures

MAXIMUM CRUISE THRUST SETTING N1%


CITATION VII
TFE-731-4
PA 1000
FT

RAM AIR TEMPERATURE C


10

-5

-10

-15

-20

-25

-30

-35

-40

-50

-60

10

95.8
96.2

94.7
95.1

93.6
93.9

92.5
92.8

91.4
91.7

90.3
90.6

89.2
89.5

88.1
88.4

87.0
87.2

85.8
86.1

-85.0

---

---

15

97.0
96.9

97.7
97.6

98.5
98.3

98.9
99.1

97.6
98.0

96.3
96.7

95.0
95.5

93.7
94.2

92.4
93.0

91.1
91.7

89.8
90.5

87.2
87.9

84.6
85.4

20

97.0
96.1

97.7
97.0

98.5
97.8

99.3
98.6

100.0 100.7 101.5 101.5


99.5 100.3 101.2 101.5

-->
-->

25

97.0
95.3

97.7
96.2

98.5
97.1

99.3
98.0

100.0 100.7 101.5 101.5


98.9 99.8 100.8 101.5

-->
-->

31

96.9
93.7

97.6
94.7

98.4
95.8

99.2
96.8

100.0 100.7 101.5 101.5


97.9 99.0 100.0 101.1

101.5
101.5

-->
-->

33

96.6
92.2

97.5
93.4

98.3
94.6

99.1
95.8

100.0 100.7 101.5 101.5


97.1 98.3 99.5 100.7

101.5
101.5

-->
-->

35

96.3
90.8

97.3
92.2

98.1
93.6

99.0
94.9

99.9
96.3

100.7 101.5 101.5


97.6 99.0 100.4

101.5
101.5

-->
-->

37

96.0
89.4

97.1
90.9

97.9
92.4

98.9
93.9

99.8
95.4

100.7 101.5 101.5


97.0 98.5 100.0

101.5
101.5

-->
-->

39

95.8
88.0

97.0
89.5

97.8
91.1

98.7
92.6

99.8
94.1

100.7 101.5 101.5


95.7 97.2 98.8

101.5
100.3

101.5
101.5

41

95.5
86.6

96.8
88.2

97.6
89.7

98.6
91.3

99.7
92.8

100.7 101.5 101.5


94.4 96.0 97.5

101.5
99.1

101.5 101.5
100.7 101.5

43

94.3

95.6

96.7

97.8

99.0

100.2 101.3 101.5

-->

45

93.0

94.3

95.7

97.0

98.3

99.6

101.0 101.5

-->

47

91.9

93.3

94.7

96.1

97.5

98.9

100.3 101.2

101.5

-->
-->
-->
-->

-->

Values shown are for anti-ice OFF

Note:


Set N1 Value or ITT = 910C, whichever is achieved first


Upper Value = Anti-Ice OFF
Lower Value = Anti-Ice ON

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Normal Procedures

PM

PF
TURBULENT AIR PENETRATION

Ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Airspeed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 KIAS or 0.75 MACH whichever is less
Attitude. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONSTANT
If Autopilot is On. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ALTITUDE HOLD, DISENGAGE
Do not chase altitude or airspeed
Avoid sudden large control movements

DESCENT

Windshield Defog Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORM


Pilot and Copilot Side Window Vents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CLOSED
Windshield Anti-Ice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HT ON (if desired)
Pressurization. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK AND SET
Anti-Ice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.

FL 180

Altimeters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Recognition Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Air Conditioning (if installed). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS DESIRED
APU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS DESIRED

10,000 FT (STERILE COCKPIT)

Passenger Advisory Light. . . . . . . . . . . PASS SAFE APU AS DESIRED


Landing Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COMPUTE AND SET
Seats, Seat Belts, Shoulder Harnesses . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK SECURE
Passenger Brief. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COMPLETED

APPROACH

Avionics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Radio Altimeter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Fuel Transfer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF (wing and fuselage)
Engine Synchronizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Crew Brief . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .COMPLETE
Flaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQUIRED (approach schedule)

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Normal Procedures

PM

PF
BEFORE LANDING

Landing Gear. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DOWN


Landing Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
HYD Pressure/Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Nose Wheel Steering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ARM
Flaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LANDING SCHEDULE
Annunciator Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CHECK
Autopilot/Yaw Damper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF

ALL-ENGINES GO-AROUND

Thrust. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET GO AROUND POWER


Airplane Pitch Attitude. . . . . . . . . . . . . . POSITIVE ROTATION TO + 10
Speed brakes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RETRACT
Flaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET TO APPROACH FLAP SCHEDULE
Climb Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VAPP (per landing flap schedule)
Landing Gear. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UP (after positive climb)
Landing Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RETRACTED
Flaps (at V2 + 25 KIAS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UP
Yaw Damper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.
Thrust. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET FOR CLIMB

LANDING

Speed brakes and Spoilers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DEPLOY


Brakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . APPLY after nose wheel ground contact
Thrust Reversers (After Nose Wheel Is Firmly On Ground). . DEPLOY

AFTER LANDING

Nose Wheel Steering ON Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VERIFY ON


Thrust Reversers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STOW
Spoilers/Speedbrakes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RETRACT
Flaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RETRACT
All Anti - Ice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.
Rat/Pitot Static Heat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORM
Exterior Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQ.
RADAR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STANDBY
Transponder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STANDBY/OR AS REQ
Baggage Heater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Control Lock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Elevator Trim. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK (rotary test)

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PM

PF
SHUTDOWN

Landing Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RETRACTED


Park Brake. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Auxiliary Hydraulic Power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Defog fan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
All Anti - Ice Switches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Air Conditioning (if installed). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Flight Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RECORD
Avionics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Standby Attitude Indicator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CAGED/OFF
Emergency Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Throttles. . . . . . . CUTOFF (after two minutes below 38% fan RPM (N1)
If APU running continue with APU shut down.
Passenger Advisory Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Exterior Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Battery switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF

APU SHUTDOWN

APU Gen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF


APU Bleed Air Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS PER INSTALLATION
RPM Zero. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . APU MASTER
Passenger Advisory Light. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Exterior Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Battery Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF

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Normal Procedures

PM

PF
LOCAL TRAINING

AFTER LANDING TAXI BACK

Nosewheel Steering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VERIFIED ON


Thrust Reversers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STOWED
Flaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET FOR TAKEOFF
Spoilers/Speedbrakes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET FOR TAKEOFF
Pitot Heat/Anti-Ice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
W/S Bleed Air. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORMAL
Exterior Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQUIRED
Baggage Heater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Primary Trim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK

BEFORE TAKEOFF

Trim. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 SET
Flaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONFIRMED SET
Avionics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Engine Instruments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECKED
Fuel Quantity/Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECKED
TOLD Cards/Bugs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Crew Briefing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COMPLETE

LINE UP

APR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ARM
Transponder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
RAT/PAT/STAT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Anti-Ice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQUIRED
Strobe/Exterior Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Annunciator Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECKED/NORMAL
F.A.T.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK
Flight Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK

TRAFFIC PATTERN CLIMB

Landing Gear. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UP
Landing Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Flaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UP
Yaw Damper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS DESIRED
Ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NORMAL
APR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DISARM
Anti-Ice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AS REQUIRED

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PM

PF
APPROACH AND LANDING

TOLD Cards/Bugs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET


Crew Briefing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COMPLETE
Avionics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SET
Flaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . APPROACH
Engine Sync. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF
Ignition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ON
Landing Gear. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DOWN AND LOCKED
Landing Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EXTENDED
Nosewheel Steering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ARMED
Annunciator Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECKED
Flaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LAND
Autopilot and Yaw Damper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OFF

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simplified

takeoff

criteria
The majority of takeoff situations result in field length margins that permit
using a single set of values for speeds and power settings for takeoff. If
the following conditions are met, the simplified procedures may be used.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

No obstacle in flight path (cabin and cockpit bleed air on)


Throttles SET to applicable chart value, trim at 60 KIAS
Anti-ice systems OFF
20 flaps
Takeoff field length available = 6,000 ft or longer
No tailwind
No runway gradient

The values to be used are as follows:

Flaps 20
WEIGHT
Airport Altitude
Ambient
Temperature
between
V1
VR
V2
S/E Climb
Takeoff Fan
Climb Fan S/E

22,000 lbs
or less

20,000 lbs
or less

18,000 lbs
or less

2,000 ft
or below

4,000 ft
or below

6,000 ft
or below

11 and 30C

10 and 31C

6 and 35C

122 KIAS
123 KIAS
133 KIAS
165 KIAS

118 KIAS
118 KIAS
128 KIAS
165 KIAS

112 KIAS
113 KIAS
122 KIAS
165 KIAS

98.0% RPM
94.6% RPM

97.8% RPM
94.4% RPM

97.1% RPM
93.4% RPM

When conditions are other than those specified in the simplified criteria;
the appropriate tabulated data must be referred to.

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takeoff field length

takeoff

Determine takeoff field length, V1, VR, V2, and VENR and correct for runway
gradient, anti-icing and APR requirements.
If the required distance is greater than the available distance, the airplane
weight must be reduced until distance required is less than or equal to
distance available.

TAKEOFF CORRECTIONS FLAPS 7


If the runway has a gradient and/or the airplane anti-ice system is on, the
following correction factors must be applied to the distances and V1 speeds.
WEIGHT RANGE POUNDS

RUNWAY
GRADIENT

23,000-18,000
V1*

17,999-15,000
V1*

2% Uphill

USE VR

USE VR

1.5% Uphill

USE VR

USE VR

1% Uphill

ADD 5 KTS

ADD 5 KTS

1% Downhill

ADD 1 KT

ADD 1 KT

2% Downhill

SUBTRACT 1 KT

SUBTRACT 1 KT

ADD 4 KTS

ADD 4 KTS

Anti-ice ON

* If adjusted V1 is greater than VR use VR for V1.


Note:
For contaminated runway takeoff data, see AFM Section VII
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TAKEOFF FIELD LENGTH

TAKEOFF

Determine takeoff field length, V1, VR, V2, and VENR and correct for runway
gradient, anti-icing and APR requirements.
If the required distance is greater than the available distance, the airplane
weight must be reduced until distance required is less than or equal to
distance available.

TAKEOFF CORRECTIONS FLAPS 20


If the runway has a gradient and/or the airplane anti-ice system is on, the
following correction factors must be applied to the distances and V1 speeds.
RUNWAY
GRADIENT

WEIGHT RANGE POUNDS


23,000 - 18,000
V1 *

17,999 - 15,000
V1 *

USE VR

USE VR

1.5% Uphill

ADD 8 KTS

ADD 8 KTS

1% Uphill

ADD 4 KTS

ADD 4 KTS

1% Downhill

ADD 1 KT

ADD 1 KT

2% Downhill

ADD 1 KT

ADD 1 KT

Anti-ice ON

ADD 3 KTS

ADD 3 KTS

2% Uphill

* If adjusted V1 is greater than VR use VR for V1.


Note:
For contaminated runway takeoff data, see AFM Section VII
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DATA FOR WET, SLUSH, SNOW AND ICE COVERED


RUNWAYS
The following information is considered the most accurate and practical
guidance material available for adverse runway operations. This advisory
information is not FAA approved.
PERFORMANCE
The takeoff field length and landing distance tables presented in Section IV are
based on smooth, dry, hard surfaced runways. For takeoffs and landings on
precipitation covered runways, use the following tables and correction factors.
The tables with thrust reversers present data for wet and ice covered runways.

Warning:
These distances and correction factors for wet and adverse
runway conditions are approximate and are to be considered
minimums, as actual runway conditions may require distances
greater than those determined.

DEFINITIONS
Runway Contaminated by Compacted Snow:
A runway is considered contaminated by compacted snow when
covered by snow which has been compressed into a solid mass
which resists further compression and will hold together or break
into lumps if picked up.
Runway Contaminated by Standing Water, Slush or Loose Snow:
A runway is considered contaminated when more than 25% of the
runway surface area (whether in isolated areas or not) within the
required length and width being used, is covered by surface water
more than 3 millimeters (0.125 inch) deep, or by slush, or loose snow,
equivalent to more than 3 millimeters (0.125 inch) of water.
Runway Contaminated by Wet Ice:
A runway surface condition where braking action is expected to
be very low, due to the presence of wet ice.
Wet Runway:
A runway is considered wet when there is sufficient moisture on
the surface to appear reflective, but without significant areas of
standing water.

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TAKEOFF FIELD LENGTH- FEET


DRY
RUNWAY
NO
THRUST
REVERSERS
ANTI-ICE
OFF
2400
2600
2800
3000
3200
3400
3600
3800
4000
4200
4400
4600
4800
5000
5200
5400
5600
5800
6000
6200
6400
6600
6800
7000
7200
7400
7600

7800
8000
8200
8400
8600
8800
9000
9200
9400
9600
9800
10000

FLAPS 7

ADVERSE RUNWAY CONDITIONS

(NO THRUST REVERSERS, ALL WINDS, 15 FT SCREEN HEIGHT, ANTI-ICE OFF)


WATER COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

SLUSH COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

0.125
4600
5150
5700
6250
6800
7300
7800
8250
8700
9150
9600
10000
10400
10700
11000
11400
11800
12150
12500
12850
13200
13550
13900
14200
14500
14800
15100

0.2
4400
4950
5500
6000
6500
6950
7400
7850
8300
8700
9100
9450
9800
10200
10600
10950
11300
11650
12000
12300
12600
12950
13300
13600
13900
14250
14600

0.3
4400
4850
5300
5750
6200
6600
7000
7450
7900
8250
8600
9000
9400
9750
10100
10450
10800
11150
11500
11850
12200
12550
12900
13200
13500
13850
14200

0.125
4600
5150
5700
6200
6700
7200
7700
8100
8500
8900
9300
9650
10000
10400
10800
11150
11500
11850
12200
12550
12900
13250
13600
13900
14200
14500
14800

0.2
4500
5000
5500
5950
6400
6850
7300
7700
8100
8500
8900
9250
9600
10000
10400
10750
11100
11450
11800
12150
12500
12850
13200
13500
13800
14150
14500

0.3
4400
4850
5300
5700
6100
6500
6900
7300
7700
8100
8500
8850
9200
9550
9900
10200
10500
10900
11300
11650
12000
12350
12700
13050
13400
13700
14000

15400
15700
16000
16300

14900
15200
15500
15800
16150
16500

14500
14800
15100
15400
15650
15900
16200
16500
16700
16900

15100
15400
15700
16000
16250
16500

14750
15000
15300
15600
15900
16200
16450
16700

14350
14700
15000
15300
15650
16000
16250
16500
16800
17100

SNOW COMPACT
WET
INCHES SNOW
ICE
1
4600
5050
5500
5900
6300
6700
7100
7450
7800
8150
8500
8850
9200
9500
9800
10150
10500
10850
11200
11500
11800
12100
12400
12700
13000
13350
13700

13950
14200
14500
14800
15100
15400

3600
3950
4300
4600
4900
5200
5500
5700
5900
6150
6400
6600
6800
7050
7300
7500
7700
7900
8100
8300
8500
8700
8900
9100
9300
9500
9700
9900
10100
10300
10500
10650
10800
11000
11200
11400
11600
11800
12000

10200
10400
10600
10800
11000
11200
11400

12150
12300
12500
12700
12850
13000
13150

11600
11800
12000
12200
12400
12600
12800
13000
13200
13400
13600

13300
13500
13700
13850
14000
14150
14300
14450
14600
14800
14950

13800

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9400
10400
11500
12800
13800
15000
18400
17800

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TAKEOFF FIELD LENGTH- FEET

FLAPS 20

DRY
ADVERSE RUNWAY CONDITIONS
RUNWAY
(NO THRUST REVERSERS, ALL WINDS, 15 FT SCREEN HEIGHT, ANTI-ICE OFF)
NO
THRUST
WATER COVERED
SLUSH COVERED
SNOW
RUNWAY - INCHES
INCHES COMPACT WET
REVERSERS RUNWAY - INCHES
SNOW
ICE
ANTI-ICE
0.125
0.2
0.25 0.125
0.2
2*
1
OFF
2400
2600
2800
3000
3200
3400
3600
3800
4000
4200
4400
4600
4800
5000
5200
5400
5600
5800
6000
6200
6400
6600
6800
7000
7200
7400
7600
7800
8000
8200
8400
8600
8800
9000
9200
9400
9600
9800
10000
10200
10400
10600
10800
11000
11200
11400
11600
11800
12000,
12200
12400
12600
12800
13000

4600
5100
5600
6100
600
7050
7500
7950
8400
8750
9100
9450
9800
10150
10500
10850
11200
11550
11900
12250
12600
12950
13300
13650
14000
14300
14600
14900
15200
15500
15800
16100
16400
16700
17000

4500
4900
5300
5750
6200
6650
7100
7550
8000
8350
8700
9100
9500
9850
10200
10550
10900
11250
11600
11950
12300
12600
12900
13250
13600
13900
14200
14500
14800
15050
15300
15600
15900
16150
16400

4400
4800
5250
5700
6150
6600
7000
7450
7900
8300
8700
9050
9400
9750
10100
10450
10800
11100
11500
11800
12100
12450
12750
13100
13400
13700
14050
14350
14700
14950
15300
15600
15900
16200

4700
5100
5500
6000
6500
7000
7500
7850
8200
8600
9000
9350
9700
10050
10400
10700
11000
11350
11700
12050
12400
12700
13000
13350
13700
14000
14300
14600
14900
15250
15600
15900
16200
16500
16800

4500
4900
5300
5750
6200
6650
7100
7500
7900
8250
8600
9000
9400
9750
10100
10450
10800
11150
11500
11800
12100
12450
12800
13100
13400
13700
14000
14300
14600
14900
15200
15500
15800
16050
16300

4450
4900
5300
5700
6100
6500
6950
7350
7700
8050
8450
8800
9200
9500
9900
10200
10550
10900
11250
11600
11950
12300
12600
12900
13300
13600
13950
14250
14600
14900
15200

4500
4900
5300
5750
6200
6600
7000
7350
7700
8000
8300
8650
9000
9300
9600
9950
10300
10600
10900
11250
11600
11900
12200
12500
12800
13100
13400
13700
14000
14250
14500

3600
3950
4300
4600
4900
5150
5400
5650
5900
6150
6400
6600
6800
7000
7200
7400
7600
7800
8000
8200
8400
8600
8800
9000
9200
9400
9600
9800
10000
10200
10400
10600
10800
11000
11200
11400
11600
11800
12000
12200
12400
12600
12800
13000
13200
13450
13700
13900
14100
14300
14500
14700
14900
15150

8300
9050
9800
10750
11700
12600
13500
14400
15300

* Takeoffs should not be attempted in 0.25 inches or more of slush at altitudes


greater than 8000 ft.

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LANDING DISTANCE - FEET

FLAPS 20

AIRSPEED - VREF
DRY
RUNWAY
WITHOUT
THRUST
REVERSERS

ADVERSE RUNWAY CONDITIONS

(NO THRUST REVERSERS, WITHOUT TAILWINDS, 50 FT SCREEN HEIGHT)


WET
RUNWAY

WATER COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

0.125 0.2

0.3

0.4

SLUSH COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

0.5 0.125 0.2

0.3

0.4

SNOW
INCHES

0.5

COMPACT WET
SNOW
ICE

1600

1850

2750

2700 2650 2600 2550

2850

2750 2700 2650 2600 2850

2750

2250

5150

1800

2150

3300

3150 3050 3000 2900

3300

3250 3100 3000 2900 3300

3200

2600

6600

2000

2450

3850

3650 3550 3350 3250

3850

3700 3550 3450 3300 3800

3700

2950

8400

2200

2750

4400

4150 4000 3800 3650

4350

4150 4000 3850 3700 4300

4200

3300

10400

2400

3050

5000

4700 4500 4200 4050

4900

4650 4400 4250 4100 4850

4700

3650

14400

2600

3350

5600

5250 4950 4700 4450

5450

5200 4900 4700 4500 5350

5200

4000
4300

2800

3650

6200

5850 5450 5150 4900

6050

5700 5300 5150 4900 5900

5650

3000

4000

6800

6400 6000 5600 5350

6650

6250 5850 5550 5350 6400

6100

4650

3200

4250

7550

6950 6500 6100 5850

7250

6800 6300

6550

4950
5250

000

5750 6900

3400

4550

8200

7500 7000 6550 6300

7850

7350 6800 6500 6200 7400

7000

3600

4900

8850

8100 7550 7050 6800

8400

7900 7300 6950 6650 7900

7400

5600

3800

5200

9450

8650 8100 7550 7300

9050

8450 7850 7450 7100 8400

7850

5900

9600

4000

5500

10050 9250 8650 8100 7800

9050 8350 7950 7600 8850

8250

6200

4200

5850

10650 9850 9200 8650 8300 10200 9600 8900 8450 8050 9350

8650

6500
6750

4400

6150

11200 10450 9750 9150 8700 10750 10150 9450 8900 8500 9800

9050

4600

6450

11850 11000 10250 9650 9200 11350 10650 9950 9400 8950 1250

9450

7000

4800

6750

12400 11600 10800 10200 9650 11900 11250 10450 9850 9400 10650 9800

7200

5000

7050

12950 12200 11300 10650 10150 12500 11750 10950 10350 9850 11050 10250

7400

5200

7400

13500 12700 11800 11150 10550 13000 12300 11450 10800 10300 11550 10650

7600

5400

7700

14050 13250 12300 11650 11000 13600 12850 11950 11300 10750 12050 11100

7750
7950

5600

8000

14600 13750 12850 12100 11450 14100 13350 12450 11750 11150 12500 11500

5800

8300

15100 14300 13350 12600 11900 14650 13850 12950 12200 11600 13000 11950

8100

6000

8600

15700 14800 13800 13050 12350 15150 14350 13400 12650 12000 13450 12400

8300

6200

8950

16200 1300 14350 13500 12750 15650 14900 13900 13100 12450 13950 12800

8450

6400

9250

16750 15800 14800 13950 13200 16250 15350 14350 13550 12850 14450 13250

8600

6600

9550

17050 16250 15250 14400 13600 16700 15850 14800 14000 13250 14950 13700

8700


Note:
The published limiting maximum tailwind component for this
airplane is 10 Kts: however Cessna does not recommend landings
on precipitation-covered runways with any tailwind component. If a
tailwind landing cannot be avoided, multiply the above data by the
following factor:
WET
RUNWAY

WATER COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

SLUSH COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

0.125 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.125 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5
TAILWIND
FACTOR

1.02

SNOW
INCHES
1

COMPACT
SNOW

WET
ICE

1.06

1.08 1.06 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.07 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.06 1.05

* Landings with any tailwind should not be attempted on wet ice.

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LANDING DISTANCE - FEET

FLAPS 20

AIRSPEED - VREF+10
(NO
DRY
RUNWAY
WET
WITHOUT RUNWAY
THRUST
REVERSERS

ADVERSE RUNWAY CONDITIONS

THRUST REVERSERS, WITHOUT TAILWINDS, 50 FT SCREEN HEIGHT)


WATER COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

0.125 0.2

0.3

SLUSH COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

0.4

0.5 0.125 0.2

0.3

0.4

SNOW
INCHES

0.5

COMPACT WET
SNOW
ICE

1600

2200

3150 3150 3050

3000 2950 3300

3250

3150

3050

3000

3350 3200

2600

5750

1800

2550

3800 3700 3550

3400 3300 3800

3700

3600

3500

3400

3850 3750

3000

7400

2000

2900

4500 4300 4050

3900 3750 4400

4200 410D 3950

3800

4400 4300

3400

9400

2200

3250

5150 4900 4600

4400 4200 5000

4800

4650

4400

4250

5000 4800

3750

11950
15300

2400

3600

5900 5550 5200

4950 4700 5700

5400

5150

4900

4700

5600 5300

4150

2600

4000

6550 6200 5750

5500 5200 6400

6050

5700

5400

5200

6150 5800

4500

2800

4350

7300 6850 6400

6050 5750 7100

6700

6250

5950

5650

6700 6350

4900

3000

4700

8000 7500 7050

6600 6250 7800

7350

6850

6450

6150

7300 6850

5300

3200

5050

8700 8150 7700

7200 6800 8500

8000

7400

7000

6650

7900 7350

5650

3400

5400

9450 8800 8300

7750 7400 9150

8600

8000

7550

7200

8450 7850

6000

3600

5750

10150 9500 8900

8350 7900 9850

9200

8600

8100

7700

9000 8350

6350

3800

6100

10950 10150 9550

8900 8450 10550 9850

9200

8650

8250

9550 8850

6700

4000

6500

11700 10850 10100 9500 9000 11300 10550 9750

9200

8750 10100 9300

7050

4200

6850

12400 11550 10750 10050 9550 12000 11200 10350 9800

9300 10700 9800

7350

4400

7200

13100 12200 11350 10650 10100 12700 11850 10950 10300 9800 11250 10300

7700

4600

7550

13750 12800 11900 11250 10650 13350 12500 11550 10900 10350 11750 10800

8000

4800

7900

14400 13400 12500 11800 11150 14000 13100 12150 11400 10900 12250 11300

8250

5000

8300

15050 14000 13050 12350 11700 14650 13750 12750 11950 11400 12750 11750

8500

5200

8650

15650 14600 13650 12900 12200 15300 14350 13300 12500 11950 13300 12200

8650

5400

9050

15200 14200 13450 12800 15900 14900 13900 13100 12450 13900 12650

8850

5600

9400

15800 14750 14000 13300

15450 14450 13650 12950 14400 13100

9000

5800

9800

15350 14550 13800

16000 15000 14200 13450 15000 13550

9100

6000

10200

15900 15100 14300

15550 14700 13950 15550 14000

9150

6200

10600

15600 14800

15250 14400

14450

9200

6400

10950

15300

14900

14900

9300


Note:
The published limiting maximum tailwind component for this
airplane is 10 Kts: however Cessna does not recommend landings
on precipitation-covered runways with any tailwind component. If a
tailwind landing cannot be avoided, multiply the above data by the
following factor:
WET
RUNWAY

WATER COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES
0.125 0.2 0.3 0.4

TAILWIND
FACTOR

1.01

SLUSH COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES
0.5 0.125 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5

SNOW
INCHES
1

1.06 1.04 1.03 1.02 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.03 1.02 1.02 1.04

COMPACT WET
SNOW
ICE

2
1.03

1.08

* Landings with any tailwind should not be attempted on wet ice.

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LANDING DISTANCE - FEET

FLAPS FULL

AIRSPEED - VREF
DRY
(NO
RUNWAY
WITHOUT
THRUST
WET
REVERSERS RUNWAY

ADVERSE RUNWAY CONDITIONS

THRUST REVERSERS, WITHOUT TAILWINDS, 50 FT SCREEN HEIGHT)


WATER COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

0.125 0.2

0.3

0.4

SLUSH COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

0.5 0.125 0.2

0.3

0.4

SNOW
INCHES

0.5

COMPACT WET
SNOW
ICE

1600

1900

2850

2800 2700 2600 2550

2950

2850 2800 2750 2650 3000 2850

2300

5500

1800

2150

3300

3250 3100 2950 2900

3400

3350 3250 3100 3000 3450 3350

2650

7050

2000

2450

3750

3700 3550 3350 3250

3900

3800 3650 3500 3350 3950 3800

3000

9100

2200

2750

4300

4150 3950 3750 3600

4450

4300 4050 3900 3750

4300

3350

12200

2400

3100

4900

4700 4400 14200 4000

4900

4750 4450 4300 4100 4950 4750

3700

2600

3400

5500

5250 4900 4600 4450

5400

5250 4900 4700 4500 5500 5150

4000

2800

3700

6100

5750 5350 5050 4850

5950

5700 5350 5100 4900 6000 5600

4350

3000

4000

6700

6300 5850 5550 5350

6550

6250 5800 5550 5350 6450 6050

4700

3200

4300

7300

6850 6300 6050 5800

7100

6750 6300 6000 5750 6900 6500

5000

3400

4600

7900

7400 6800 6500 6250

7700

7250 6750 6450 6200 7400 6950

5300

3600

4950

8500

7900 7300 7000 6700

8250

7750 7250 6900 6650 7850 7350

5600

3800

5200

9100

8450 7850 7450 7200

8850

8300 7750 7400 7100 8300 7750

5900

4000

5550

9600

8950 8350 7950 7650

9350

8850 8250 7800 7550 8750 8200

6200

4200

5850

10150 9550 8900 8450 8100

9950

9350 8700 8300 8000 9250 8600

6450

4400

6150

10700 10100 9400 8900 8500 10500 9900 9250 8750 8450 9700 9050

6650

4600

6450

11300 10600 9900 9350 8950 11050 10400 9 700 9200 8800 10150 9500

6900

4800

6750

11850 11100 10350 9850 9400 11550 10900 10150 9650 9250 10600 9900

7100

5000

7050

12400 11650 10900 10350 9850 12100 11250 10700 10050 9700 11050 10300

7300

5200

7350

12950 12150 11350 10750 10250 12650 11950 11150 10550 10100 11500 10700

7500

5400

7650

13450 12650 11900 11250 10700 13150 12450 11600 11000 10500 11950 11100

7700

5600

7950

13950 13150 12300 11650 11100 13650 12900 12100 11450 10900 12350 11500

7850

5800

8250

14450 13650 12850 12050 11500 14150 13450 12550 11900 11350 12800 11900

8000

6000

8550

14950 14100 13300 12450 11850 14700 13950 13000 12300 11750 13200 12250

8150

456

6200

8800

15400 14550 13750 12850 12250 15150 14450 13450 12700 12200 13650 12650

8300

6400

9100

15800 15000 14250 13250 12600 15700 14900 13900 13150 12550 14050 13050

8400

6600

9400

16200 16400 14650 13650 12950 16250 15350 14350 13600 12900 14450 13450

8500


Note:
The published limiting maximum tailwind component for this
airplane is 10 Kts: however Cessna does not recommend landings
on precipitation-covered runways with any tailwind component. If a
tailwind landing cannot be avoided, multiply the above data by the
following factor:
WET
RUNWAY

WATER COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

SLUSH COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

0.125 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.125 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5
TAILWIND
FACTOR

1.04

SNOW
INCHES
1

1.08 1.07 1.05 1.06 1.06 1.06 1.06 1.04 1.03 1.03 1.05

COMPACT
SNOW

WET
ICE

1.06

2
1.07

* Landings with any tailwind should not be attempted on wet ice.

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LANDING DISTANCE - FEET

FLAPS FULL

AIRSPEED - VREF + 10
DRY
(NO
RUNWAY
WITHOUT
THRUST
WET
REVERSERS RUNWAY

ADVERSE RUNWAY CONDITIONS

THRUST REVERSERS, WITHOUT TAILWINDS, 50 FT SCREEN HEIGHT)


WATER COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

SLUSH COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

.5

0.125 0.2

0.3

0.4

SNOW
INCHES

0.5

COMPACT WET
SNOW
ICE

0.125 0.2

0.3

0.4

1600

2250

3300

3200

3100

3000 2900

3350 3250 3200 3100 3000

3400

3350

2700

1800

2600

3900

3750

3550

3400 3300

3850 3750 3650 3500 3400

3900

3800

3100

8000

2000

2950

4500

4300

4050

3900 3750

4450 4300 4150 4000 3850

4500

4350

3500

10550

2200

3300

5150

4850

4600

4400 4200

5050 4850 4650 4450 4300

5000

4850

3900

14200

2400

3650

5800

5500

5200

4900 4700

5650 5450 5200 4900 4700

5600

5400

4250

2600

4000

6550

6100

5750

5350 5150

6300 6100 5700 5400 5150

6200

5900

4650

2800

4350

7250

6750

6300

5850 5650

7000 6700 6200 5850 5600

6750

6400

5000

3000

4700

7900

7400

6850

6400 6150

7700 7300 6750 6350 6100

7300

6900

5350

3200

5100

8600

8000

7400

6950 6700

8350 7900 7300 6900 6600

7850

7400

5700

3400

5450

9300

8600

8000

7500 7200

9000 8500 7850 7400 7100

8400

7850

6050

3600

5800

10000 9300

8550

8100 7750

9650 9100 8400 7900 7650

8950

8350

6400

3800

6100

10650 9950

9150

8650 8300 10300 9700 8900 8500 8150

9500

8850

6750

4000

6400

11300 10550 9700

9200 8800 10950 10300 9500 9000 8700 10050 9300

7100

4200

6800

11950 11150 10350 9750 9300 11550 10850 10050 9550 9150 10600 9800

7450

4400

7150

12600 11750 10900 10300 9850 12150 11450 10600 10100 9650

11150 10300

7750

4600

7500

13200 12350 11500 10850 10350 12800 12000 11200 10650 10150 11700 10750

8100

4800

7900

13850 12950 12050 11350 10800 13400 12550 11800 11150 10650 12200 11200

8450

5000

8250

14500 13550 12600 11900 11350 13950 13150 12400 11700 11150 12750 11700

8750

5200

8600

15100 14100 13150 12400 11850 14600 13750 13000 12200 11650 13300 12100

9100

5400

9000

15700 14700 13700 12950 12350 15200 14350 13600 12700 12150 13800 12600

9450

5600

9350

15250 14250 13450 12850 15750 14900 14150 13200 12600 14300 13050

9750

5800

9750

15850 14800 13950 13300

15500 14700 13750 13100 14800 13500

10100

6000

10100

15300 14450 13800

15250 14200 13550 15300 13900

10400

6200

10500

15800 14950 14300

15800 14700 14000 15800 14350

10700

6400

10900

15450 14750

15200 14450

14800

6050

11000


Note:
The published limiting maximum tailwind component for this
airplane is 10 Kts: however Cessna does not recommend landings
on precipitation-covered runways with any tailwind component. If a
tailwind landing cannot be avoided, multiply the above data by the
following factor:
WET
RUNWAY

WATER COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

SLUSH COVERED
RUNWAY - INCHES

0.125 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.125 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5
TAILWIND
FACTOR

1.02

SNOW
INCHES
1

COMPACT
SNOW

WET
ICE

1.00

1.07 1.06 1.04 1.05 1.03 1.08 1.06 1.04 1.06 1.03 1.04 1.02

* Landings with any tailwind should not be attempted on wet ice.

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THRUST REVERSER

PRECIPITATION

TAKEOFF
DRY HARD SURFACE
WITHOUT
THRUST REVERSER
2600
2800
3000
3200
3400
3600
3800
4000
4200
4400
4600
4800
5000
5200
5400
5600
5800
6000
6200
6400
6600
6800
7000

COVERED RUNWAYS
TAKEOFF FIELD LENGTH
WET CONCRETE
WITH THRUST
REVERSER
3120
3375
3620
3860
4090
4320
4550
4775
4995
5215
5430
5635
5840
6040
6235
6415
6585
6735
6865
6980
7100
7215
7335

ICE WITH
THRUST
REVERSER
4400
4720
5020
5295
5545
5770
5985
6190
6385
6570
6765
6950
7140
7320
7505
7695
7855
8010
8130
8245
8365
8480
8600

THRUST REVERSER LANDING PRECIPITATION COVERED RUNWAYS


LANDING DISTANCE
DRY HARD SURFACE
WITHOUT
THRUST REVERSER
2200
2400
2600
2800
3000
3200
3400
3600
3800
4000
4200
4400

WET CONCRETE
WITH THRUST
REVERSER
2350
2630
2890
3130
3360
3590
3810
4020
4240
4450
4660
4860

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ICE WITH
THRUST
REVERSER
3230
3690
4050
4380
4670
4920
5130
5310
5470
5615
5750
5880

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Flight Planning

GROUND DEICE/ANTI-ICE OPERATIONS


During cold weather operations, flight crews are responsible for ensuring
the airplane is free of ice contaminants.
Ground icing may occur whenever there is high humidity with temperatures of
+10C or colder. Type I deice, and Type II or Type IV anti-ice fluids may be used
sequentially to ensure compliance with FAA regulations (clean wing concept)
requiring critical component airframe deicing and anti-icing.

Note:
It is recommended that flight crews re-familiarize themselves seasonally with the following publications for expanded deice and anti-ice
procedures:

Cessna Maintenance Manual Chapter 12.


FAA Advisory Circular AC 120-58 (large aircraft), dated
September 30, 1992 or later.
FAA Advisory Circular AC 135-17 (small aircraft), dated
December 14, 1994 or later.
Cessna Citation Service Letter 560-30-08, dated May 29,
1998 or later.
DEICING/ANTI-ICING PROCEDURES (TYPE I, TYPE II, AND TYPE IV FLUIDS)
ONE STEP DEICING Type I fluid is used to remove ice, slush and snow
from the airplane prior to departure, and to provide minimal anti-icing
protection as provided in the Type I holdover timetable (refer to applicable
service letter).
TWO STEP DEICE/ANTI-ICE May be used to ensure the airplane remains
clean after deicing. Type II or Type IV fluid is used to provide longer term
anti-icing protection as provided in the Type II or Type IV holdover timetable
(refer to applicable service letter).
Caution: Type I, Type II, and Type IV fluids are not compatible and may
not be mixed. Additionally, most manufacturers prohibit
mixing of brands within a type.

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PRIMARY TRIM TAKEOFF SETTING VS


AIRPLANE CENTER-OF-GRAVITY

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TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

SEA LEVEL

Anti-Ice Systems ON

FLAPS 7

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

Temp C
T.O.
Gross
T/O Power
Weight
X
1,000 S/E Climb

23.0

VENR
165.0
VREF
143.0

22.0
VENR
165.0
VREF
141.0

21.0
VENR
165.0
VREF
138.0

20.0
VENR
165.0
VREF
135.0

19.0
VENR
165.0
VREF
132.0

18.0
VENR
165.0
VREF
129.0

TAKEOFF

Zero Wind or Gradient

V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY

-25
91.8
91.8

-20
92.5
92.5

-10
94.3
94.3

0
96.1
96.1

10
97.8
97.8

20
99.6
----

30
98.0
----

40
96.0
----

90.5

91.2

92.8

94.7

96.5

97.5

95.6

93.6

90.5

91.4

93.2

95.0

95.4

----

----

----

130
130
130
143
4430
4873

130
130
130
143
4520
4972

130
131
131
143
4690
5159

130
131
131
143
4860
5346

130
131
131
143
5040
5544

130
---131
143
5320
----

131
---131
143
5860
----

132
---132
143
6860
----

128

128

127

127

127

127

128

129

128
128
141
4120
4532

128
128
141
4190
4609

128
128
141
4350
4785

128
128
141
4500
4950

128
128
141
4660
5126

---128
141
4910
----

---128
141
5400
----

---129
141
6270
----

126

126

126

126

125

125

125

126

127
127
140
3910
4301

127
127
140
3980
4378

127
127
140
4120
4532

127
127
140
4270
4697

127
127
140
4410
4851

---126
139
4570
----

---126
138
4960
----

---126
138
5720
----

125

125

124

124

124

123

121

123

126
126
140
3710
4081

126
126
139
3770
4147

126
126
139
3900
4290

126
126
139
4040
4444

126
126
139
4180
4598

---125
138
4320
----

---123
136
4540
----

---123
136
5210
----

123

123

123

123

122

121

120

120

125
125
139
3500
3850

125
125
125
125
139
139
3570 3690
3927 4059

125
125
139
3820
4202

124
125
139
3950
4345

---124
137
4080
----

---122
135
4270
----

---120
133
4740
----

121
123
124
138
3290
3619

121
121
123
123
124
124
138
138
3350 3470
3685 3817

121
123
124
138
3590
3949

120
122
124
137
3700
4070

119
---123
136
3830
----

118
---120
133
3990
----

116
---117
129
4260
----

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takeoff

sealevel

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems On

FLAPS 20

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

Temp C
T.O.
Gross
Weight T/O Power
X
S/E Climb
1,000

23.0
VENR
165
VREF
143

22.0
VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0
VENR
165
VREF
138

20.0
VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0
VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0
VENR
165
VREF
129

V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY

-25
91.8
91.8

-20
92.5
92.5

-10
94.3
94.3

0
96.1
96.1

10
97.8
97.8

20
99.6
----

30
98.0
----

40
96.0
----

90.5

91.2

92.8

94.7

96.5

97.5

95.6

93.6
----

90.5

----

----

124

124

127
127
127
127
127
127 127
127
127
127
137 137
137
137
137
4350 4440 4600 4780 4950
4785 4884 5060 5258 5445

---126
136
5220
----

---126
135
5770
----

----
-
-
----

123 123
123
123
123
125
125
125
125
125
125 125
125
125
125
135 135
135
135
135
3960 4030 4180 4330 4480
4356 4433 4598 4763 4928

122
---125
134
4690
----

122
---123
133
5020
----

123
---123
133
5690
----

121 121
121
121
121
123
123
123
123
123
123 123
123
123
123
134 134
134
134
133
3720 3790 3920 4070 4210
4092 4169 4312 4477 4631

120
---123
133
4390
----

120
---122
132
4690
----

120
---121
130
5230
----

121 121
121
121
121
123
123
123
123
123
123 123
123
123
123
134 134
134
134
133
3720 3790 3920 4070 4210
4092 4169 4312 4477 4631

120
---123
133
4390
----

120
---122
132
4690
----

120
---121
130
5230
----

117 116
119 118
120 120
130 130
3370 3430
3707 3773

125

91.4
125

93.2
125

116
118
120
130
3550
3905

95.0
125

95.4
125

116
118
120
130
3680
4048

116
118
120
130
3800
4180

116
---119
129
3990
----

115
---118
128
4290
----

115
---116
126
4720
----

114 114
114
114
116
116
116
116
118 118
118
118
128 128
128
128
2840 3080 3190 3300
3124 3388 3509 3630

113
115
118
128
3410
3751

113
---117
128
3540
----

112
---116
126
3760
----

112
---114
124
4100
----

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TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

1,000 ft
FLAPS 7

Anti-Ice Systems On

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

Temp C
T.O.
Gross
T/O Power
Weight
X
S/E Climb
1,000

23.0

V1

VENR
165.0
VREF
143

22.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165.0
VREF
138

20.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
129

TAKEOFF

Zero Wind or Gradient

VR
V2
RWY

-25
93.0
93.0

-20
93.9
93.9

-10
95.6
95.6

0
97.4
97.4

10
99.2
98.9

20
99.8
---

30
98.2
---

40
96.3
--

91.4
92.0
130
130
130
143
4590
5049

92.2
92.6
130
131
131
143
4680
5148

94.0
94.4
130
131
131
143
4850
5335

95.7
96.0
130
131
131
143
5040
5544

97.5
95.4
130
131
131
143
5220
5742

97.5
--130
--
131
143
5600
--

95.6
--131
--
131
143
6290
--

93.2
--
132
--
132
143
7420
--

127
128
128
141
4260
4686

127
128
128
141
4340
4774

127
128
128
141
4500
4950

127
128
128
141
4660
5126

127
128
128
141
4820
5302

127
--
128
141
5160
--

128
--
129
141
5790
--

129
--
129
141
6780
--

126
127
127
140
4040
4444

126
127
127
140
4120
4532

126
127
127
140
4270
4697

125
127
127
140
4410
4851

125
127
127
140
4560
5016

124
--
125
138
4750
--

125
--
126
138
5310
--

127
--
127
138
6180
--

125
126
126
140
3830
4213

125
126
126
139
3900
4290

125
126
126
139
4040
4444

125
126
126
139
4180
4598

124
126
126
139
4320
4752

122
--
124
137
4480
--

122
--
123
136
4850
--

124
--
124
136
5610
--

123
125
125
139
3620
3982

123
125
125
139
3690
4059

123
125
125
139
3820
4202

122
124
125
139
3950
4345

122
124
125
138
4080
4488

121
--
123
137
4230
--

119
--
120
133
4460
--

121
--
121
133
5080
--

121
123
124
138
3400

121
123
124
138
3460

121
123
124
138
3580

120
122
124
137
3710

120
122
124
137
3830

119
--
122
135
3960

117
--
119
132
4160

117
--
117
129
4570

3740

3806

3938

4081

4213

--

--

--

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.


Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines

F16

Citation VII Operating Handbook


For Training Purposes Only July 2012

takeoff

1,000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems On
T.O.
Gross
Weight
X
1,000

23.0

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*


-25
-20
-10
0
10
Temp C

T/O Power
S/E Climb
V1

VENR
165.0
VREF
143

22.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165.0
VREF
138

20.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
129

VR
V2
RWY

FLAPS 20

93.0
93.0

93.9
93.9

95.6
95.6

97.4
97.4

99.2
98.9

20
99.8
---

30
98.2
---

40
96.3
---

91.4

92.2

94.0

95.7

97.5

97.5

95.6

93.2

92.0

92.6

94.4

96.0

95.4

---

---

---

125

125

125

125

124

124

127
127
137
4350
4785

127
127
137
4440
4884

127
127
137
4600
5060

127
127
136
4780
5258

127
127
136
4950
5445

--126
136
5220
---

--126
135
5770
---

123

123

123

123

123

122

122

124
124
135
4090
4499

124
124
135
4170
4587

124
124
135
4330
4763

124
124
135
4490
4939

124
124
135
4650
5115

--123
134
4900
---

--123
133
5330
---

---
-
-
---

121

121

121

121

121

120

119

120

123
123
134
3840
4225

123
123
134
3920
4312

123
123
134
4060
4466

123
123
133
4210
4631

123
123
133
4360
4796

--123
133
4580
---

--121
131
4950
---

--121
130
5610
---

119
121
122
132
3600
3960

119
121
122
132
3670
4037

119
121
122
132
3800
4180

118
120
122
132
3940
4334

118
120
122
132
4070
4477

118
--121
131
4280
---

117
--119
129
4610
---

117
--118
128
5140
---

117

116

116

116

116

116

115

115

119
120
130
3370
3707

118
120
130
3430
3773

118
120
130
3550
3905

118
120
130
3680
4048

118
120
130
3800
4180

--119
129
3990
---

--118
128
4290
----

--116
126
4720
---

114

114

114

113

113

113

112

112

116
118
128
3120

116
118
128
2990

116
118
128
3290

115
118
128
3410

115
118
128
3520

--117
127
3690

--115
125
3950

--114
123
4330

3432

3289

3619

3751

3872

---

---

---

---
-
-
---

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.


Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines
Citation VII Operating Handbook
For Training Purposes Only July 2012

F17

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

2,000 ft
FLAPS 7
T.O.
Gross
Weight
X
1,000

23.0
VENR
165
VREF
143

22.0
VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0
VENR
165
VREF
138

20.0
VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0
VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0
VENR
165
VREF
129

TAKEOFF

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems On

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

Temp C
T/O Power
S/E Climb
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY

-25
94.0
94.0

-20
95.0
95.0

-10
96.4
96.4

0
98.4
98.4

10
100.2
98.8

20
99.6
---

30
-----

40
--
---

92.4
93.3

93.2
94.1

95.0
95.2

96.8
97.7

98.6
95.4

-----

-----

--
---

130

130

130

130

129

130

132

132

130
130
143
4750
5225

131
131
143
4840
5324

131
131
143
5030
5533

131
131
143
5220
5742

131
131
143
5410
5951

--131
143
5930
---

--132
143
6770
---

--132
143
8040
---

127

127

127

127

126

127

129

129

128
128
141
4400
4840

128
128
141
4490
4939

128
128
141
4650
5115

128
128
141
4820
5302

128
128
141
4990
5489

--128
141
5460
---

--129
141
6210
---

--129
141
7340
---

126

126

125

125

125

124

126

127

127
127
140
4180
4598

127
127
140
4260
4686

127
127
140
4410
4851

127
127
140
4570
5027

127
126
140
4720
5192

--125
138
5020
---

--126
138
5690
---

--127
138
6680
---

124

124

124

124

123

122

123

124

126
126
139
3960
4356

126
126
139
4030
4433

126
126
139
4180
4598

126
126
139
4320
4752

123
123
139
4470
4917

--123
136
4660
---

--123
136
5200
---

--124
136
6060
---

123

123

122

122

122

120

119

121

125
125
139
3740
4114

125
125
139
3810
4191

124
125
139
3950
4345

124
125
138
4090
4499

124
125
138
4220
4642

--122
136
4390
---

--120
133
4730
---

--121
133
5470
---

121

121

120

120

120

118

116

117

123
124
138
3510
3861

123
124
138
3580
3938

122
124
137
3700
4070

122
124
137
3830
4213

122
124
137
3960
4356

--121
134
4110
---

--118
131
4340
---

--117
129
4900
---

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.


Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines

F18

Citation VII Operating Handbook


For Training Purposes Only July 2012

takeoff

2,000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems On

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

Temp C
T.O.
Gross
T/O Power
Weight
X
1,000 S/E Climb

23.0
VENR
165
VREF
143

22.0
VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0
VENR
165
VREF
138

20.0
VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0
VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0
VENR
165
VREF
129

V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY

FLAPS 20

-25
94.0
94.0

-20
95.0
95.0

-10
96.4
96.4

0
98.4
98.4

10
100.2
98.8

20
99.6
---

30
-----

40
--
---

92.4
93.3

93.2
94.1

95.0
95.2

96.8
97.7

98.6
95.4

-----

-----

--
---

125

125

125

125

124

124

125

127
127
137
4510
4961

127
127
137
4600
5060

127
127
137
4770
5247

127
127
136
4950
5445

126
127
136
5130
5643

--126
135
5480
---

--126
135
6180
---

123

123

123

123

122

122

122

125
125
135
4240
4664

125
125
135
4320
4752

125
125
135
4480
4928

125
125
135
4650
5115

124
125
135
4810
5291

--124
134
5130
---

--123
133
5200
---

---
-

121

121

121

120

120

120

119

120

123
123
134
3980
4378

123
123
134
4050
4455

123
123
133
4200
4620

122
123
133
4360
4796

122
123
133
4510
4961

--122
132
4790
---

--121
130
5250
---

--121
130
6010
---

---
-
---

---

119

119

118

118

118

117

117

118

121
122
132
3730
4103

121
122
132
3800
4180

120
122
132
3940
4334

120
122
132
4070
4477

120
122
132
4220
4642

--120
130
4470
---

--119
129
4870
---

--118
128
5500
---

116

116

116

116

116

115

115

115

118
120
130
3480
3828

118
120
130
3550
3905

118
120
130
3670
4037

118
120
130
3810
4191

118
120
130
3940
4334

--119
129
4170
---

--117
127
4530
---

--116
125
5020
---

114

114

113

113

113

112

112

112

116
118
128
3230
3553

116
118
128
3290
3619

115
118
128
3410
3751

115
118
128
3530
3883

115
118
128
3650
4015

--116
127
3850
---

--115
125
4160
---

--113
123
4570
---

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.


Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines
Citation VII Operating Handbook
For Training Purposes Only July 2012

F19

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

3,000 ft

Anti-Ice Systems On

FLAPS 7
T.O.
Gross
Weight
X

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*


-20
-10
0
10
Temp C -25

20

30

40

96.1
96.1
94.4
94.8
130

98.0
98.0
96.1
96.7
130

99.4 101.0 99.6


99.4 98.6
--97.9 99.0 97.6
97.2 95.5
--129 129 129

98.0
--95.6
--130

96.0
--93.2
---

130
130
143

130
130
143

131
131
143

--132
143

---
-

4910
5401
127

5000 5200 5400 5700 6340 7330


5500 5720 5940 6270
----127 127 126 127 128 129

-
--130

128
128
141

128
128
141

-129
141

-
130
141

4560
5016
126

4640 4820 4990 5250 5840 6700


5104 5302 5489 5775
---126 125 125 124 124 126

7970
--127

127
127
140

127
127
140

--126
138

--127
138

4320
4752
124

4400 4560 4730 4910 5360 6120


4840 5016 5203 5401
----124 124 124 123 121 123

7240
--124

126
126
140

126
126
140

--123
136

--124
136

4090

4170 4320 4470 4640 4900 5590

6560

4499
123

4587 4752 4917 5104


122 122 122 121

--119

--120

--121

125
125
139

124
125
139

--121
134

--120
133

---
121
133

3870
4257
121

3940 4080 4230 4380 4580 5080


4334 4488 4653 4818
----120 120 120 119 117 116

5910
--118

123
124
138

122
124
138

--117
129

--118
129

3630

3700 3830 3960 4110 4280 4570

5270

3993

4070 4213 4356 4521

95.3
T/O Power
95.3
93.5
S/E Climb
1000
93.9
130
V1
130
VR
130
VENR
143
165
V2

23.0

VREF
143

22.0

RWY
V1

VENR
165

VR
V2

VREF
141

RWY

21.0

V1

VENR
165

VR
V2

VREF
138

RWY

20.0

V1

VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165

VR
V2

VREF
132

RWY

18.0

V1

VENR
165
VREF
129

TAKEOFF

Zero Wind or Gradient

VR
V2
RWY

128
128
141

127
127
140

126
126
139

124
125
139

122
124
138

128
128
141

127
127
140

126
126
139

124
125
139

122
124
137

131
131
143

128
128
141

126
126
139

125
125
138

123
124
138

121
123
136

--131
143

-128
141

--125
138

--123
136

--120
133
---

---

---

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.

Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines

F20

Citation VII Operating Handbook


For Training Purposes Only July 2012

takeoff

3,000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems On

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

Temp C
T.O.
Gross
T/O Power
Weight
X
S/E Climb
1,000

23.0
VENR
165
VREF
143

22.0
VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0
VENR
165.0
VREF
138

20.0
VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0
VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0
VENR
165
VREF
129

V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY

FLAPS 20

-25
95.3
95.3

-20
96.1
96.1

-10
98.0
98.0

0
99.4
99.4

10
101.0
98.6

20
99.6
---

30
98.0
---

40
96.0
---

93.5
93.9

94.4
94.8

96.1
96.7

97.9
97.2

99.0
95.5

97.6
---

95.6
---

93.2
---

125
127
127
137
4660
5126

125
127
127
137
4760
5236

125
127
127
137
4940
5434

124
126
127
136
5120
5632

124
126
126
136
5370
5907

124
--126
135
5840
---

--------

---
-
-
---

123

123

123

122

122

121

122

125
125
135
4380
4818

125
125
135
4470
4917

125
125
135
4640
5104

124
125
135
4810
5291

124
125
135
5030
5533

--123
133
5410
---

--123
133
6120
---

121

120

120

120

120

119

120

123
123
134
4110
4521

122
123
134
4190
4609

122
123
134
4350
4785

122
123
133
4510
4961

122
123
133
4710
5181

--122
131
5050
---

--121
130
5630
---

---
-
-
---

---
-
-
---

119

118

118

118

118

117

117

118

121
122
132
3850
4235

120
122
132
3930
4323

120
122
132
4060
4466

120
122
132
4210
4631

120
121
131
4400
4840

--120
130
4710
---

--118
128
5160
---

--118
128
5900
---

116

116

116

116

116

115

115

115

118
120
130
4260
4686

118
120
130
4340
4774

118
120
130
4480
4928

118
120
130
4640
5104

118
119
130
4830
5313

--118
128
5150
---

--116
126
5630
---

--116
125
6320
---

113

113

113

113

113

112

112

112

115
118
128
3330
3663

115
118
128
3400
3740

115
118
128
3520
3872

115
118
128
3640
4004

115
117
128
3790
4169

--116
126
4040
---

--114
124
4400
---

--113
122
4850
---

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.

Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines

Citation VII Operating Handbook


For Training Purposes Only July 2012

F21

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

4,000 ft
FLAPS 7
T.O.
Gross
Weight
X
1,000

23.0

VENR
165
VREF
143

22.0

VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0

VENR
165
VREF
138

20.0

VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0

VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0

VENR
165
VREF
129

TAKEOFF

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems On

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

Temp C
T/O Power
S/E Climb
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY

-25
96.6
96.6
94.8
95.3
128
130
130
143
5080
5588
127
128
128
141
4720
5192
125
127
127
140
4470
4917
124
126
126
140
4230
4653
122
124
125
139
4000
4400
120
122
124
138
3750
4125

-20
97.6
97.6
95.7
96.3
128
130
130
143
5170
5687
127
128
128
141
4800
5280
125
127
127
140
4550
5005
124
126
126
140
4310
4741
122
124
125
139
4080
4488
120
122
124
138
3820
4202

-10
0
10
99.5 100.7 99.0
99.5 100.6 98.9
97.5 99.3 99.2
98.2 97.3 95.6
127 127
128
129 129
130
130 131
131
143 143
143
5360 5610 6060
5896 6171 6666
127 126
127
128 128
128
128 128
128
141 141
141
4980 5170 5580
5478 5687 6138
125 125
124
127 127
125
127 127
125
140 140
138
4720 4900 5130
5192 5390 5643
124 123
122
126 125
124
126 126
124
140 139
137
4470 4630 4840
4917 5093 5324
122 122
121
124 124
123
125 125
123
139 138
136
4220 4380 4560
4642 4818 5016
120 120
119
122 122
121
124 124
122
138 137
135
3960 4100 4270
4356 4510 4697

20
97.0
--97.7
--129
--131
143
6830
--128
--129
141
6280
--125
--126
138
5730
--122
--123
136
5260
--119
--120
133
4800
--116
--119
132
4470
---

30
98.2
--95.8
--131
--132
143
7940
--129
--129
141
7250
--126
--126
138
6610
--124
--124
136
6000
--120
--121
133
5450
--116
--117
129
4900
---

40
96.3
--93.4
-----
-
-----
-
--127
--127
138
7860
--124
--124
136
7110
--121
--121
133
6400
--118
--118
129
5700
---

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.


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Citation VII Operating Handbook


For Training Purposes Only July 2012

takeoff

4000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems On

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

T.O.
Gross
Weight
X
1,000

23.0

VENR
165
VREF
143

22.0

VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0

VENR
165.0
VREF
138

20.0

VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0

VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0

VENR
165
VREF
129

Temp C
T/O Power
S/E Climb
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY

FLAPS 20

-25
96.6
96.6

-20
97.6
97.6

-10
99.5
99.5

0
100.7
100.6

10
99.0
98.9

20
97.0
---

30
40
98.2 96.3
-----

94.8
95.3
125
127
127
137
4830
5313

95.7
96.3
125
127
127
137
4920
5412

97.5
98.2
124
126
127
137
5100
5610

99.3
97.3
124
126
127
136
5320
5852

99.2
95.6
124
126
126
136
5640
6204

97.7
--124
--126
135
6260
---

95.8 93.4
-----

123
125
125
135
4540
4994
121
123
123
134
4260
4686
118
120
122
132
3980
4378
116
118
120
130
3720
4092
113
115
118
128
3450
3795

123
125
125
135
4620
5082
120
122
123
134
4340
4774
118
120
122
132
4050
4455
116
118
120
130
3790
4169
113
115
118
128
3510
3861

122
124
125
135
4790
5269
120
122
123
134
4490
4939
118
120
122
132
4200
4620
116
118
120
130
3920
4312
113
115
118
128
3630
3993

122
124
125
135
4990
5489
120
122
123
133
4670
5137
118
120
122
132
4370
4807
116
118
120
130
4080
4488
113
115
118
128
3780
4158

122
124
124
134
5280
5808
120
122
122
132
4940
5434
118
120
121
131
4610
5071
115
117
119
129
4300
4730
113
115
117
127
3970
4367

122
--123
133
5780
--119
--121
131
5350
--117
--119
129
4980
--115
--117
127
4630
--112
--115
125
4260
---

--------

---
-
-
---

-------120
--121
130
6030
--117
--118
128
5530
--114
--116
126
5070
--112
--114
123
4650
---

---
-
-
-----
-
-
--118
--118
128
6340
--115
--116
125
5770
--112
--113
122
5200
---

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.

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Citation VII Operating Handbook
For Training Purposes Only July 2012

F23

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

5,000 ft
FLAPS 7
T.O.
Gross
Weight
X
1,000

23.0

VENR
165
VREF
143

22.0

VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0

VENR
165
VREF
138

20.0

VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0

VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0

VENR
165
VREF
129

TAKEOFF

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems On

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

Temp C
T/O Power
S/E Climb
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY

-25
98.0
98.0
94.9
96.0
129
130
130
143
5260
5786
127
128
128
141
4880
5368
125
127
127
140
4630
5093
124
126
126
140
4380
4818
122
124
125
139
4140
4554

-20
99.0
99.0
95.9
97.0
129
130
130
143
5350
5885
127
128
128
141
4970
5467
125
127
127
140
4710
5181
124
126
126
140
4460
4906
122
124
125
139
4220
4642

-10
101.2
1012.0
97.7
99.0
129
131
131
143
5600
6160
126
128
128
141
5170
5687
125
127
127
140
4900
5390
123
125
126
139
4630
5093
122
124
125
139
4380
4818

0
101.5
100.5
99.5
97.2
129
131
131
143
5960
6556
126
128
128
141
5490
6039
124
126
126
138
5110
5621
123
125
125
138
4830
5313
121
123
124
137
4560
5016

10
101.1
98.9
99.0
95.4
130
131
131
143
6530
7183
127
128
128
141
6010
6611
124
126
126
138
5510
6061
121
123
123
136
5070
5577
120
122
122
135
4770
5247

20
99.8
--97.6
--131
--132
143
7370
--127
--129
141
6760
--126
--126
138
6190
--122
--123
136
5660
--119
--120
133
5150
---

30
98.2
--95.5
--132
--132
143
8630
--129
--129
141
7870
--127
--127
138
7160
--124
--124
136
6490
--121
--121
133
5870
---

40
96.2
--93.2
---

---
-
-
--127
--127
138
8560
--124
--124
136
7730
--121
--121
133
6950
---

120
122
124
138
3880
4268

120
122
124
138
3950
4345

120
122
124
137
4100
4510

119
121
123
136
4270
4697

118
120
121
134
4460
4906

116
--117
130
4690
---

117
--117
129
5270
---

118
---
118
129
6180
---

---
-
-
---

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.

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Citation VII Operating Handbook


For Training Purposes Only July 2012

takeoff

5,000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems On

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

T.O.
Gross
Weight
X
1,000

23.0

VENR
165
VREF
143

22.0
VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0
VENR
165.0
VREF
138

20.0
VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0

VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0

VENR
165
VREF
129

Temp C
T/O Power
S/E Climb
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY

-25
98.0
98.0

FLAPS 20

-20 -10
0
10
99.0 101.2 101.5 101.1
99.0 1012.0 100.5 98.9

20
99.8
---

30
98.2
---

40
96.2
---

94.9
96.0
125
127
127
137
5000
5500

95.9 97.7
97.0 99.0
124 124
126 126
127 127
137 136
5100 5320
5610 5852

99.5
97.2
124
126
126
136
5600
6160

99.0
95.4
124
126
126
135
6020
6622

97.6
--125
--126
135
6740
---

95.5
---

93.2
---

--------

---
-
-
---

123

122 122

122

122

122

125
125
135
4700
5170

124 124
125 125
135 135
4790 4990
5269 5489

124
125
134
5250
5775

124
124
133
5600
6160

--123
133
6210
---

--------

---
-
-
---

120

120 120

120

120

119

120

122 122
122
122
123 123
123
122
134 133
133
132
4490 4670 4910 5230
4939 5137 5401 5753

--121
130
5710
---

--121
130
6480
---

122
123
134
4410
4851
118

118

118

---
-
-
---

118

117

117

118

120
122
132
4120
4532

120 120
120
122 122
121
132 132
131
4190 4370 4590
4609 4807 5049

119
120
130
4880
5368

--119
128
5290
---

--118
128
5930
---

---
-
-
---

116
118
120
130
3850
4235

116
118
120
130
3920
4312

115
117
118
128
4540
4994

115
--117
127
4900
---

115
--116
128
5410
---

---
-
-
---

113
115
118
128
3560
3916

113 113
115
115
118 118
128 128
3630 3770
3993 4147

112
114
116
126
4190
4609

112
--115
125
4510
---

112
--113
123
4930
---

112
--113
122
5580
---

116
116
118
118
120
119
130
130
4080 4280
4488 4708
113
115
117
128
3950
4345

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.


Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines
Citation VII Operating Handbook
For Training Purposes Only July 2012

F25

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

6,000 ft
FLAPS 7
T.O.
Gross
Weight
X
1,000

23.0

VENR
165
VREF
143

22.0

VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0

VENR
165
VREF
138

20.0

VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0
VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0

VENR
165
VREF
129

TAKEOFF

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems On

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

Temp C
T/O Power
S/E Climb
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY

-25
99.8
99.8

-20
-10
0
10
100.8 101.5 101.5 101.0
100.8 101.5 100.6 98.8

20
99.6
---

30
98.0
---

40
96.0
---

95.4
98.0
129
130
130
143
5440
5984
126
128
128
141
5060
5566

96.2
98.6
129
130
130
143
5530
6083
126
128
128
141
5150
5665

98.1 100.0 99.0


98.9 97.2 95.4
129 130
131
131 131
131
131 131
131
143 143
143
5880 6370 7040
6468 7007 7744
126 127
128
128 128
129
128 128
129
141 141
141
5420 5860 6470
5962 6446 7117

97.4
--132

95.5
---

93.2
---

--132
143
7980
--129
-129
141
7290
---

---

---

---

-
-

--130
-130
141
8560
---

---

125
127
127
140
4790
5269
124
126
126
140
4540
4994

125
127
127
140
4880
5368
124
126
126
140
4620
5082

124
127
127
140
5100
5610
123
125
126
139
4820
5302

124
125
125
138
5380
5918
122
124
124
137
5050
5555

125
126
126
138
5930
6523
122
123
123
136
5420
5962

126
--126
138
6680
--123
--123
136
6090
---

127
----127
-
138
-
7770
----124 125
----124 125
136 136
7040 8410
-----

122

122

121

121

119

120

121

124
125
139
4290
4719

124
126
139
4360
4796

123
125
138
4550
5005

123
123
136
4760
5236

121
121
133
5000
5500

--120
133
5530
---

----121 122
133 133
6350 7560
-----

120
122
124
138
4020
4422

120
122
124
138
4090
4499

119
121
123
137
4260
4686

119
121
122
135
4460
4906

117
119
119
132
4660
5126

116
--117
129
4980
---

118 118
----118 118
129 129
5670 6710
-----

--
-
---

122

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.


Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines

F26

Citation VII Operating Handbook


For Training Purposes Only July 2012

takeoff

6,000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems On

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

T.O.
Gross
Weight
X
1,000

23.0

VENR
165
VREF
143

22.0

VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0

Temp C
T/O Power
S/E Climb
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR

VR

165.0
VREF
138

V2

20.0

VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0

VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0

VENR
165
VREF
129

RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY

FLAPS 20

-25
99.8
99.8

-20
-10
0
10
20
30
100.8 101.5 101.5 101.0 99.6 98.0
100.8 101.5 100.6 98.8
-----

40
96.0
--

95.4
98.0

98.1 100.0
98.9 97.2
124
124
126
126
126
126
136
135
5560 5910
6116 6501

99.0
95.4
124
126
126
135
6460
7106

93.2
--

126
127
137
5180
5698

96.2
98.6
124
126
127
137
5280
5808

122
124
125
135
4871
5357
120
122
123

122
124
125
135
4960
5456
120
122
124

122
124
125
135
5210
5731
120
122
123

122
124
124
136
5540
6094
120
122
122

122 122
124
--123 123
134 133
5970 6680
6567
--119 120
121
--121 121

134
4560
5016
118
120
122
132
4260
4686
116
118
120
130
3980
4378
113
115
118
128
3690
4059

134
4640
5104
118
120
122
132
4340
4774
116
118
120
131
4050
4455
113
115
118
128
3750
4125

133
4880
5368
118
120
121
132
4560
5016
116
118
120
130
4250
4675
113
115
117
128
3930
4323

132
5170
5687
118
120
121
131
4830
5313
115
117
119
129
4500
4950
113
115
117
127
4150
4565

131
5550
6105
117
119
119
129
5170
5687
115
117
118
128
4800
5280
112
114
115
126
4420
4862

97.4 95.5
---------

-----

---
-

---

---

---

-----

---
-

---

---

----

---

--

--118
--118
128
6370
--115
--116
125
5810
--111
--113
122
5230
---

---

130
6130
--117
--118
128
5620
--115
--116
126
5200
--112
--114
124
4770
---

---
-
-----
-
--113
--113
122
6000
---

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.


Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines
Citation VII Operating Handbook
For Training Purposes Only July 2012

F27

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

7000 ft

TAKEOFF

Zero Wind or Gradient

FLAPS 7

Anti-Ice Systems On

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*


-10
0
10
Temp C -25 -20

T.O.
Gross
101.5
Weight T/O Power 101.5
X
96.7
S/E Climb
1,000
99.2

23.0

V1

VENR
165
VREF
143

22.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
138

20.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0

VR
V2
RWY
V1

VENR
165
VREF
129

VR
V2
RWY

129
131
131
143
5710
6281
126
128
128
141
5270
5797
125
127
127
140
4980
5478
123
125
126
139
4720
5192
122
124
125
138
4450
4895
120
122
124
137

101.5 101.5 101.5 101.1


101.5 101.5 100.7 98.9
97.6 99.5 100.1 99.0
99.6 99.0 97.1 95.4
129
130
130
131
131
131
131
132
131
131
131
132
143
143
143
143
5890 6310 6860 7590
6479 6941 7546 8349
126
127
128
128
128
128
128
129
128
128
128
129
141
141
141
141
5430 5810 6310 6970
5973 6391 6941 7667
124
124
124
125
126
125
126
126
126
125
126
126
139
138
138
138
5100 5340 5790 6390
5610 5874 6369 7029
123
122
121
122
125
124
123
123
125
124
123
123
139
137
136
136
4820 5040 5300 5830
5302 5544 5830 6413
121
121
120
119
123
123
122
120
125
123
122
120
138
137
135
133
4550 4760 4990 5310
5005 5236 5489 5841
119
119
118
117
121
121
120
118
123
122
120
118
137
135
133
131

20

30

40

99.8
--97.6
--132
--132
143
8670
--129
--129
141
7920
--127
--127
138
7210
--123
--124
136
6560
--120
--121
133
5960
--117
--117
129

98.2
--95.5
------------------127
--127
138
8460
--124
--124
136
7650
--121
--121
133
6890
--118
--118
129

96.3
--93.2
----------------------------------------------

4170 4260

4450

4660

4880

5350

6140

--

4587 4686

4895

5126

5368

---

---

---

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.

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takeoff

7000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems On

FLAPS 20

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED AIR OFF*

T.O.
Gross
Weight
X
1,000

23.0

VENR
165
VREF
143

22.0

VENR
165
VREF
141

21.0

VENR
165.0
VREF
138

20.0
VENR
165
VREF
135

19.0

VENR
165
VREF
132

18.0

VENR
165
VREF
129

Temp C
T/O Power
S/E Climb
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY
V1
VR
V2
RWY

-25

-20

-10

10

20

30

101.5
101.5
96.7

101.5 101.5 101.5 101.1 99.8


101.5 101.5 100.7 98.9
--97.6 99.5 100.1 99.0 97.6

99.2

99.6

99.0

124
126
127
136
5420
5962
122
124
125
135
5090
5599
120
121
121
133
4760
5236
118

124
126
126
136
5560
6116
122
124
125
135
5210
5731
120
121
121
133
4880
5368
118

124
126
126
136
5880
6468
122
123
123
134
5510
6061
120
121
121
132
5150
5665
118

124
124
126
126
--126
126
-135
135
-6320 6950
-6952 7645
--122
122
123
123
--123
123
-133
133
-5870 6410
-6457 7051
--120
119
120
121 120
--121
120
121
132
130
130
5480 5900 6590
6028 6490
--118
117
117

120
122
132
4450
4895
116
118
120
130
4150
4565
113
115
118
128
3840
4224

120
121
132
4560
5016
116
118
120
130
4250
4675
113
115
117
128
3930
4323

120
121
121
4810
5291
115
117
119
129
4480
4928
113
115
117
127
4140
4554

40

98.2
--95.5

96.3
--93.2

---

---

--------

---
-
-
---

--------

---
-
-
---

-------118

---
-
-
---

120 119
----120
119
118
118
120
119
118
118
5110 5480 6040 6860
5621 6028
----115
115
115
115
117
117
----118
117
116
116
128
127
125
125
4750 5080 5520 6250
5225 5588
----113
112
112
112
115 114
----116
115
113
113
126
125
123
122
4380 4670 5060 5620
4818 5137
-----

---
-
-
---

97.1

95.4

---

---
-
-
-----
-
-
---

* For bleed air on increase take-off distance by 100 ft.


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F29

TAKEOFF
BLEED AIR OFF

Flight Planning

Flight Planning

CLIMB - MAX RATE

16,000 TOGW
TIME/DISTANCE/FUEL

ISA +10C

ISA

ISA 10C

ISA
TEMP
C

TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

47
45
43
41
39
37
35
33
31
29
27
25
23
21
19
17
15
10

- 57

27

156

773

21

118

654

17

93

570

- 57

22

124

689

18

124

689

15

98

597

- 57

19

105

636

16

84

557

13

69

495

- 57

17

91

593

14

73

521

12

60

466

- 57

15

79

552

12

64

488

11

53

438

- 57

13

68

513

11

56

454

47

410

- 54

12

60

479

10

49

425

41

385

- 50

10

53

447

43

397

37

361

- 46

47

418

38

371

33

338

- 42

42

389

34

345

29

315

- 38

37

362

30

320

26

292

- 35

33

334

26

296

22

270

- 31

29

308

23

273

20

249

- 27

25

281

20

250

17

227

-23

22

254

17

226

15

206

-19

19

226

15

202

13

184

-15

16

199

12

178

11

162

-5

132

118

108

CLIMB

ALT
X
1000 FT

LBS

TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

LBS

TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

LBS

ANTI-ICE SYSTEMS OFF


FOR N1 SETTING, REFER TO APPROPRIATE CLIMB POWER CHART
CLIMB SPEEDS KIAS
PRESSURE ALTITUDE - FEET
0

5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 50000 51000

250

250

250

250

247

235

WIND EFFECT ON CLIMB DISTANCE


(SUBTRACT FOR HEAD WIND,

223

210

195

170

154

153

CRUISE CLIMB WEIGHT

ADD FOR TAIL WIND)


CLIMB
TIME

WIND

TEMPERATURE

25 KTS

50 KTS

100 KTS

CRUISE
FLT VLV

39

10

13

41

20793

15

12

25

43

21455

20254

18832

20

13

33

45

19033

17720

16453

25

10

20

41

47

16721

15377

14113

30

12

25

50

49

14905

13419

12074

MIN

ISA

ISA

ISA

10

+10

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Flight Planning

18,000 TOGW

MAX RATE - CLIMB

TIME/DISTANCE/FUEL
ISA
TEMP
C

47
45
43
41
39
37
35
33
31
29
27
25
23
21
19
17
15
10
5

ISA +10C
TIME

DIST

- 57
- 57
- 57

MIN
*75
28
23

NM
497
163
131

- 57
- 57

20
17

- 57
- 54

ISA
TIME

DIST

1702
859
768

MIN
29
22
19

NM
166
124
103

111
94

704
649

16
14

15

81

599

14

70

556

- 50

12

62

- 46

11

- 42
- 38
- 35
- 31

ISA 10C
TIME

DIST

843
725
662

MIN
22
18
16

NM
121
97
83

88
76

613
569

14
12

72
63

544
509

13

65

528

11

55

475

11

57

492

10

48

444

518

10

50

458

43

415

55

482

44

427

38

388

10

49

449

39

397

34

361

43

416

34

367

30

334

8
7

38
34

384
353

7
6

30
26

339
312

6
5

26
23

309
284

LBS

LBS

LBS
700
629
503

- 27

29

323

23

285

20

259

-23

25

291

20

258

17

235

-19

21

259

17

230

14

209

-15

18

228

14

203

12

184

-5

11

150

135

122

75

67

61

*indicated step climb required. Step climb includes data for time distance &
fuel used in the cruise portion based on maximum cruise thrust.
ANTI-ICE SYSTEMS OFF
FOR N1 SETTING, REFER TO APPROPRIATE CLIMB POWER CHART
CLIMB SPEEDS KIAS
PRESSURE ALTITUDE - FEET

5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 50000 51000

250

250

250

250

247

235

WIND EFFECT ON CLIMB DISTANCE


(SUBTRACT FOR HEAD WIND,

223

210

195

170

154

153

CRUISE CLIMB WEIGHT

ADD FOR TAIL WIND)


CLIMB
TIME

TEMPERATURE

25 KTS

50 KTS

100 KTS

CRUISE
FLT VLV

39

10

13

41

20793

15

12

25

43

21455

20254

18832

20

13

33

45

19033

17720

16453

25

10

20

41

47

16721

15377

14113

30

12

25

50

49

14905

13419

12074

MIN

WIND

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ISA
10

ISA
0

ISA
+10

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F31

CLIMB

ALT
X
1000 FT

Flight Planning

CLIMB - MAX RATE

20,000 TOGW
TIME/DISTANCE/FUEL

ALT
ISA
TEMP
X
C
1000 FT

CLIMB

47
45
43
41
39
37
35
33
31
29
27
25
23
21
19
17
15
10
5

ISA +10C

ISA

ISA 1 0 C

TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

- 57

*183

1236

3707

*110

739

2436

*42

250

1123

- 57

*52

322

1371

29

167

911

22

155

758

- 57

30

171

948

23

129

795

19

100

686

- 57

24

136

841

20

107

722

16

85

633

- 57

21

113

763

17

90

662

14

74

588

- 57

18

95

696

15

77

609

13

64

545

- 54

16

82

643

13

66

565

11

56

508

LBS

TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

LBS

TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

LBS

- 50

14

72

596

12

58

524

10

49

474

- 46

12

63

553

10

51

487

43

441

- 42

11

56

513

45

451

38

410

- 38

10

49

475

39

417

34

379

- 35

44

438

34

385

30

349

- 31

38

402

30

353

26

321

- 27

34

367

26

323

23

293

- 23

29

331

23

292

19

265

-19

24

293

19

260

16

236

-15

20

258

16

229

14

208

-5

12

170

152

138

84

76

68

*Indicated step climb required. Step climb includes data for time distance & fuel
used in the cruise portion based on maximum cruise thrust.
ANTI-ICE SYSTEMS OFF
FOR N1 SETTING, REFER TO APPROPRIATE CLIMB POWER CHART
CLIMB SPEEDS KIAS
PRESSURE ALTITUDE - FEET
0

5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 50000 51000

250

250

250

250

247

235

WIND EFFECT ON CLIMB DISTANCE


(SUBTRACT FOR HEAD WIND,

223

210

195

170

154

153

CRUISE CLIMB WEIGHT

ADD FOR TAIL WIND)


CLIMB
TIME

WIND

TEMPERATURE
ISA
ISA

25 KTS

50 KTS

100 KTS

CRUISE
FLT VLV

39

10

13

41

20793

15

12

25

43

21455

20254

18832

20

13

33

45

19033

17720

16453

MIN

ISA
10

+10

25

10

20

41

47

16721

15377

14113

30

12

25

50

49

14905

13419

12074

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Flight Planning

21,000 TOGW

MAX RATE - CLIMB

TIME/DISTANCE/FUEL

47
45
43
41
39
37
35
33
31
29
27
25
23
21
19
17
15
10
5

ISA +10C
TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

- 57

*233

1577

- 57

*102

663

- 57

35

- 57
- 57

ISA
TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

4707

*162

2372

36

203

1080

27

153

22

124

- 57

19

- 54

ISA 1 0 C
TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

1089 3435

*90

595

2124

209

1067

26

141

845

26

146

879

21

111

747

926

21

118

785

18

93

683

828

18

98

714

15

80

631

103

750

16

83

654

13

68

583

17

89

690

14

72

604

12

60

542

- 50

15

77

638

12

62

560

11

53

504

- 46
- 42

13
12

68
60

591
547

11
10

55
48

519
480

10
9

46
41

469
435

- 38

11

53

506

42

444

36

402

- 35

10

47

466

37

408

31

371

- 31

41

427

32

375

27

340

- 27

36

390

28

342

24

310

- 23

31

351

24

310

21

280

- 19

26

311

21

275

17

250

-15

22

273

17

242

15

220

-5

13

180

10

61

146

89

80

72

LBS

LBS

LBS

*Indicated step climb required. Step climb includes data for time distance & fuel
used in the cruise portion based on maximum cruise thrust.
ANTI-ICE SYSTEMS OFF
FOR N1 SETTING, REFER TO APPROPRIATE CLIMB POWER CHART
CLIMB SPEEDS KIAS
PRESSURE ALTITUDE - FEET
0

5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 50000 51000

250

250

250

250

247

235

WIND EFFECT ON CLIMB DISTANCE


(SUBTRACT FOR HEAD WIND,

223

210

195

170

154

153

CRUISE CLIMB WEIGHT

ADD FOR TAIL WIND)


CLIMB
TIME

WIND

TEMPERATURE
ISA
ISA

25 KTS

50 KTS

100 KTS

CRUISE
FLT VLV

39

MIN

ISA
10

+10

10

13

41

20793

15

12

25

43

21455

20254

18832

20

13

33

45

19033

17720

16453

25

10

20

41

47

16721

15377

14113

30

12

25

50

49

14905

13419

12074

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F33

CLIMB

ISA
ALT
TEMP
X
1000 FT C

Flight Planning

CLIMB - MAX RATE

22,000 TOGW
TIME/DISTANCE/FUEL

ALT
X
1000 FT

CLIMB

47
45
43
41
39
37
35
33
31
29
27
25
23
21
19
17
15
10
5

ISA +10C

ISA
TEMP
C

TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

- 57

*282

1904

- 57

*152

994

-57

*51

308

- 57

31

175

ISA
TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

5707

*210

1421

3380

*78

497

1436

30

1028

LBS

ISA 10C
TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

4441

*139

933

1953

30

169

962

170

987

23

124

818

24

131

858

19

102

738

LBS

LBS
3123

-57

25

137

901

20

107

771

17

86

677

- 57

21

113

809

17

90

701

14

74

623

- 54

18

96

740

15

77

646

13

64

578

-50

16

83

682

13

67

597

11

56

537

- 46

14

73

630

12

58

552

10

50

498

- 42

13

64

583

10

51

510

44

462

- 38

11

56

538

45

471

38

427

- 35

10

50

495

39

433

33

392

- 31

44

454

34

397

29

360

- 27

38

413

30

362

25

328

- 23

33

372

26

328

22

296

-19

28

330

22

291

19

264

-15

23

290

18

256

16

232

-5

14

191

11

170

154

94

84

76

*Indicated step climb required. Step climb includes data for time distance & fuel
used in the cruise portion based on maximum cruise thrust.
ANTI-ICE SYSTEMS OFF
FOR N1 SETTING, REFER TO APPROPRIATE CLIMB POWER CHART
CLIMB SPEEDS KIAS
PRESSURE ALTITUDE - FEET
0

5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 50000 51000

250

250

250

250

247

235

WIND EFFECT ON CLIMB DISTANCE


(SUBTRACT FOR HEAD WIND,

223

210

195

170

154

153

CRUISE CLIMB WEIGHT

ADD FOR TAIL WIND)


CLIMB
TIME

TEMPERATURE
ISA
ISA

25 KTS

50 KTS

100 KTS

CRUISE
FLT VLV

39

10

13

41

20793

15

12

25

43

21455

20254

18832

20

13

33

45

19033

17720

16453

25

10

20

41

47

16721

15377

14113

30

12

25

50

49

14905

13419

12074

MIN

WIND

F34

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10

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Flight Planning

23,000 TOGW

MAX RATE - CLIMB

TIME/DISTANCE/FUEL

47
45
43
41
39
37
35
33
31
29
27
25
23
21
19
17
15
10
5

ISA +10C

ISA
TEMP
C

TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

- 57

*327

2214

- 57

*197

- 57

*96

- 57

ISA
TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

6707

*258

1740

1304

4380

*125

618

2437

36

36

205

1162

27

- 57

27

153

985

- 57

23

123

- 54

19

104

- 50

17

- 46

ISA 10C
TIME

DIST

MIN

NM

5441

*186

1258

4127

815

2952

*52

315

1448

208

1141

26

141

903

148

943

21

112

800

22

117

834

18

94

727

874

18

97

753

15

79

666

795

16

83

690

14

69

615

89

730

14

72

636

12

60

571

15

78

672

12

62

587

11

53

529

- 42

14

68

621

11

54

542

10

46

489

- 38

12

60

572

10

47

499

41

452

- 35

11

53

526

41

458

35

145

- 31

10

46

481

36

420

31

380

- 27

40

438

31

383

27

347

- 23

35

394

27

346

23

313

-19

29

349

23

308

20

278

- 15

24

306

19

270

16

245

-5

14

202

11

179

10

162

100

89

80

LBS

LBS

LBS

*Indicated step climb required. Step climb includes data for time distance & fuel
used in the cruise portion based on maximum cruise thrust.
ANTI-ICE SYSTEMS OFF
FOR N1 SETTING, REFER TO APPROPRIATE CLIMB POWER CHART
CLIMB SPEEDS KIAS
PRESSURE ALTITUDE - FEET
0

5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 50000 51000

250

250

250

250

247

235

WIND EFFECT ON CLIMB DISTANCE


(SUBTRACT FOR HEAD WIND,

223

210

195

170

154

153

CRUISE CLIMB WEIGHT

ADD FOR TAIL WIND)


CLIMB
TIME

WIND

TEMPERATURE
ISA
ISA

25 KTS

50 KTS

100 KTS

CRUISE
FLT VLV

39

10

13

41

20793

MIN

ISA
10

+10

15

12

25

43

21455

20254

18832

20

13

33

45

19033

17720

16453

25

10

20

41

47

16721

15377

14113

30

12

25

50

49

14905

13419

12074

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F35

CLIMB

ALT
X
1000 FT

Flight Planning

CRUISE

VMO SPEEDS
M/KIAS/KTAS/N1/FF

IAS
ALT
X
1000

33
31
29
27

CRUISE

25
23
21
19
17
15
10
5

ANTI - ICE OFF


MACH
KIAS
0.79
285
0.77
289
0.75
293
0.73
297
0.71
301
0.69
305
0.67
309
0.66
314
0.64
318
0.62
322
0.59
332
0.45
274

N1% RPM AND FULE FLOW (LBS/HR)

GW

23

22

20

18

16

KTAS

99.2
1908
97.4
1923
96.2
1961
95.2
2007
94.3
2055
93.4
2104
92.7
2158
92
2219
91.2
2287
90.5
2357
88.9
2552
78.5
1977

98.7
1833
97.1
1900
95.9
1938
94.9
1987
94
2035
93.2
2086
92.5
2142
91.8
2205
91.1
2272
90.3
2344
88.7
2539
78.2
1959

97.9
1838
96.4
1859
95.3
1899
94.4
1950
93.6
1999
92.8
2052
92.1
2109
91.4
2173
90.7
2242
90
2317
88.5
2514
77.8
1926

97.2
1796
95.8
1821
94.8
1865
93.9
1915
93.1
1968
92.4
2023
91.7
2081
91.1
2146
90.4
2217
89.7
2292
88.2
2490
77.3
1898

96.6
1760
95.3
1788
94.3
1833
93.5
1884
92.8
1939
92
1996
91.4
2056
90.8
2122
90.1
2195
89.5
2271
88
2469
76.9
1870

460

451
443
435
427
419
412
405
397
391
375
290

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Flight Planning

GW

N1

22

(1) 100.9
101.3
(2) 100.6
(1) 98.3
97.4
(2) 96.6
(1) 96.8
95.1
(2) 94.3
(1) 95.4
93.3
(2) 92.3
(1) 93.8
91.8
( 2) 90.8
(1) 100.8
100.2
(2) 99.7
(1) 97.8
96.3
(2) 95.5
(1) 95.6
93.5
( 2) 93.1
(1) 93.2
91.6
(2) 90.6
(1) 91.7
89.8
(2) 88.7
(1) 100.7
99.2
(2) 98.7
(1) 96.9
95.4
(2) 94.5
(1) 94.1
92.5
( 2) 91.5
(1) 92.1
90.0
(2) 89.4
(1) 89.7
87.9
(2) 87.2
(1) 100.5
98.4
(2) 97.8
(1) 96.1
93.9
(2) 93.7
(1) 93.2
91.1
(2) 90.6
(1) 90.5
88.5
(2) 87.9
(1) 87.8
86.0
(2) 85.5

20

18

16

TEMP C
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64
-44
-54
-64

N1, FF, KTAS


RAT C

FUEL FLOW
LBS / HR

KIAS

KTAS

-16
-26
-37
-19
-29
-40
-21
-31
-42
-23
-34
-45
-25
-36
-47
-15
-26
-37
-18
-29
-40
-21
-32
-42
-24
-34
-45
-26
-37
-47
-15
-26
-37
-18
-29
-40
-21
-32
-43
-24
-35
-45
-27
-37
-48
-14
-26
-37
-18
-29
-40
-21
-32
-43
-25
-35
-46
-28
-38
-48

1787
1881
1838
1608
1643
1599
1502
1491
1447
1405
1365
1324
1301
1270
1228
1793
1829
1785
1592
1591
1546
1445
1402
1393
1285
1276
1237
1185
1160
1127
1800
1784
1739
1546
1546
1500
1359
1354
1312
1230
1195
1185
1091
1071
1056
1797
1744
1698
1504
1459
1460
1314
1275
1270
1151
1119
1111
1007
988
987

271
281
281
257
264
264
245
249
249
234
234
234
220
221
221
275
281
281
260
264
264
245
245
249
227
230
230
213
214
215
279
281
281
260
264
264
242
245
245
227
227
230
208
209
213
281
281
281
260
260
264
242
242
245
223
223
227
203
204
209

464
469
458
442
444
433
424
421
411
407
398
388
384
377
368
471
469
458
448
444
433
424
415
411
395
392
383
373
367
359
476
469
458
448
444
433
418
415
405
395
386
383
364
358
355
479
469
458
448
438
433
418
409
405
389
380
377
356
350
350

(1) Maximum Cruise Thrust


(2) Thrust For Maximum Range (Approximate)
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Citation VII Operating Handbook


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F37

CRUISE

CRUISE FL 350

Flight Planning

N1, FF, KTAS


GW
22

CRUISE

20

18

16

CRUISE FL 370

N1

TEMP C

RAT C

(1) 101.5
101.5

47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67

-19
-28

(2) 101.5
(1) 99.9
99.0
(2) 99.3
(1) 98.4
96.6
(2) 96.4
(1) 97.4
95.2
(2) 94.9
(1) 96.2
94.1
(2) 93.3
(1) 101.3
101.5
(2) 101.1
(1) 98.5
97.7
(2) 97.9
(1) 96.9
95.3
95.0
(1) 95.0
93.3
92.4
(1) 93.7
91.7
(2) 90.7
(1) 101.1
101.5
(2) 100.3
(1) 97.3
96.6
(2) 95.7
(1) 95.2
94.1
(2) 93.1
(1) 93.2
91.6
(2) 90.5
(1) 91.4
89.4
(2) 88.4
(1) 101.0
100.6
(2) 99.8
(1) 97.0
95.6
(2) 94.7
(1) 94.1
92.5
(2) 91.5
(1) 91.5
89.4
(2) 88.8
(1) 89.3
87.2
(2) 86.6

-39
-20
-30
-41
-22
-33
-43
-24
-35
-45
-26
-36
-47
-18
-28
-38
-20
-30
-41
-22
-33
-43
-25
-35
-46
-27
-38
-49
-17
-27
-38
-20
-30
-41
-23
-33
-44
-26
-36
-47
-28
-39
-49
-17
-27
-38
-20
-30
-41
-23
-34
-45
-26
-37
-47
-29
-40
-50

FUEL FLOW
LBS / HR
1653
1727
1782
1551
1591
1598
1454
1440
1433
1395
1354
1343
1316
1280
1250
1658
1737
1766
1490
1532
1538
1392
1381
1372
1274
1263
1225
1195
1163
1128
1662
1752
1715
1438
1480
1440
1303
1328
1288
1186
1179
1143
1083
1059
1032
1662
1709
1668
1434
1436
1395
1255
1250
1211
1106
1076
1068
993
965
958

19AS

KTAS

257
266

459
463

272
249
256
260
238
241
245
230
230
234
220
220
221
262
270
275
249
256
260
238
241
245
223
227
227
213
213
213
266
274
275
249
256
256
234
241
241
220
223
223
205
206
207
269
275
275
252
256
256
234
238
238
216
216
220
200
199
204

461
446
447
442
428
424
420
416
407
403
399
391
383
467
470
465
446
447
442
428
424
420
405
401
392
387
379
370
473
476
465
446
447
437
422
424
414
399
396
386
374
367
361
478
476
465
452
447
437
422
419
409
393
384
381
365
356
355

(1) Maximum Cruise Thrust


(2) Thrust For Maximum Range (Approximate)

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Flight Planning

GW

N1

22

(1) 101.5
101.5
(2) 101.5
(1) 101.2
100.0
(2) 100.1
(1) 100.4
98.9
(2) 98.7
(1) 99.9
98.1
(2) 97.8
(1) 99.5
97.4
(2) 96.9
(1) 101.5
101.5
(2) 101.5
(1) 100.0
99.1
(2) 99.4
(1) 98.5
97.3
(2) 96.5
(1) 97.5
95.8
(2) 95.0
(1) 96.4
94.3
(2) 93.6
(1) 101.3
101.5
(2) 101.1
(1) 98.5
97.7
(2) 97.9
(1) 96.9
95.2
(2) 94.9
(1) 95.0
93.3
(2) 92.8
(1) 93.7
91.7
(2) 90.8
(1) 101.2
101.4
(2) 100.2
(1) 97.9
96.5
(2) 95.6
(1) 95.0
93.9
(2) 92.9
(1) 93.0
91.4
(2) 90.3
(1) 91.2
89.3
(2) 88.3

20

18

16

N1, FF, KTAS


TEMP C
47-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67

RAT C

FUEL FLOW
LBS / HR

KIAS

KTAS

-21
-30
-40
-21
-31
-41
-22
-32
-43
-23
-34
-44
-24
-35
-45
-19
-28
-39
-20
-30
-41
-22
-32
-43
-24
-34
-45
-25
-36
-47
-18
-28
-38
-20
-30
-41
-22
-33
-43
-25
-35
-46
-27
-38
-48
-17
-27
-38
-20
-30
-41
-23
-33
-44
-26
-36
-47
-28
-39
-49

1475
1550
1597
1454
1477
1480
1398
1411
1404
1371
1356
1347
1348
1312
1288
1503
1567
1616
1414
1449
1456
1325
1341
1306
1271
1259
1224
1208
1176
1148
1508
1582
1603
1354
1392
1397
1262
1253
1246
1155
1147
1137
1088
1064
1037
1512
1590
1554
1340
1341
1302
1178
1202
1165
1073
1068
1035
982
963
942

236
247
253
234
241
244
227
234
237
223
227
230
220
221
222
245
253
259
237
244
248
227
234
234
220
223
223
211
212
212
250
258
262
237
244
248
227
230
234
213
217
220
203
204
205
254
262
262
241
244
244
223
230
230
210
213
213
196
197
199

444
452
452
440
441
437
428
430
426
422
419
414
417
409
401
459
462
460
446
447
442
428
430
420
416
413
403
401
393
385
467
470
465
446
447
442
428
424
420
405
401
398
388
380
373
474
476
465
452
447
437
422
424
414
399
396
386
375
368
362

(1) Maximum Cruise Thrust


(2) Thrust For Maximum Range (Approximate)
Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines
Citation VII Operating Handbook
For Training Purposes Only July 2012

F39

CRUISE

CRUISE FL 390

Flight Planning

N1, FF, KTAS

CRUISE FL 410

GW

N1

TEMP C

RAT C

FUEL FLOW
LBS / HR

KIAS

KTAS

22

(1) 101.5
101.5
(2) 101.2
(1) 101.1
100.7
(2) 100.3
(1 100.7
(2) 100.1
(1) 101.5
101.5
(2) 101.5
(1) 100.9
100.1
(2) 100.2
(1) 100.5
99.0
(2) 98.8
(1) 100.0
98.2
(2) 97.9
(1) 99.7
97.6
(2) 97.0
(1) 101.5
101.5
(2) 101.5
(1) 99.9
99.0
(2) 99.3
(1) 98.4
97.2
(2) 96.9
(1) 97.5
95.7
(2) 94.9
(1) 96.3
94.4
(2) 93.6
(1) 101.3
101.5
(2) 101.0
(1) 98.3
97.5
(2) 97.6
(1) 96.7
95.0
(2) 94.7
(1) 94.7
93.1
(2) 92.5
(1) 93.4
91.4
(2) 90.5

-57
-67
-67
-57
-67
-67
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67

-32
-42
-42
-32
-43
-43
-33
-44
-21
-30
-40
-22
-31
-41
-22
-32
-43
-23
-34
-44
-24
-34
-45
-19
-28
-39
-20
-30
-41
-22
-32
-43
-24
-34
-45
-25
-36
-47
-28
-27
-38
-20
-30
-41
-22
-33
-43
-25
-35
-46
-27
-38
-48

1392
1407
1390
1367
1359
1334
1342
1322
1388
1410
1449
1299
1347
1351
1274
1286
1281
1250
1237
1229
1234
1203
1178
1366
1426
1470
1283
1316
1322
1202
1218
1212
1154
1144
1111
1095
1077
1047
1375
1440
1452
1224
1258
1264
1141
1134
1127
1045
1038
1029
981
960
938

226
231
230
223
226
223
220
221
224
235
241
220
230
233
216
223
226
213
216
220
211
212
212
234
242
247
226
233
236
216
223
226
210
213
213
201
203
203
239
247
250
226
233
236
216
220
223
203
207
210
193
194
195

436
434
431
430
426
420
424
418
442
451
451
434
441
437
428
430
426
422
419
414
418
410
402
459
462
461
446
447
442
428
430
426
416
413
403
401
395
386
469
471
465
446
447
442
428
424
420
405
401
398
386
379
372

20

CRUISE

18

16

(1) Maximum Cruise Thrust


(2) Thrust For Maximum Range (Approximate)

Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines

F40

Citation VII Operating Handbook


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Flight Planning

N1, FF, KTAS


FUEL FLOW
LBS / HR

GW

N1

TEMP C

20

(1) 101.5

-57

-32

1265

215

435

101.5
(2) 101.2
(1) 100.8
(2) 100.3
(1) 100.9
(2) 100.2
(1) 101.5
101.5
(2) 101.5
(1) 100.5
101.0
(2) 100.0
(1) 99.7
99.6
(2) 99.2
(1) 99.3
(2) 98.6
(1)101.5
101.5
(2) 101.5
(1) 101.2
100.0
(2) 100.1
(1) 100.8
98.9
(2) 98.7
(1) 100.3
98.1
(2) 97.8
(1) 99.6
97.5
(2) 96.9
(1) 101.1
101.5
(2) 101.5
(1) 99.7
98.8
(2) 99.0
(1) 98.1
96.9
(2) 96.6
(1) 97.2
95.4
(2) 94.6
(1) 96.0
94.0
(2) 93.2

-67
-57
-67
-67
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-57
-67
-57
-67
-57
-67
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67

-42
-32
-43
-43
-33
-44
-23
-31
-41
-32
-41
-32
-43
-33
-43
-33
-44
-20
-30
-40
-21
-31
-41
-22
-32
-43
-22
-34
-44
-24
-34
-45
-19
-28
-38
-20
-30
-41
-22
-32
-43
-24
-34
-45
-25
-36
-47

1279
1246
1240
1217
1233
1211
1191
1278
1295
1229
1261
1205
1199
1183
1176
1163
1138
1224
1286
1319
1203
1222
1225
1179
1167
1162
1157
1122
1115
1122
1094
1071
1230
1302
1343
1160
1190
1195
1087
1102
1096
1043
1035
1006
990
973
948

220
213
216
213
211
212
206
221
225
216
222
213
216
210
213
207
207
216
225
230
213
219
222
210
213
216
206
206
210
201
202
203
223
232
237
216
222
225
206
213
216
200
203
203
192
194
194

433
430
426
420
427
418
427
445
442
436
437
430
426
424
420
419
410
446
452
451
440
441
437
434
430
426
428
419
414
418
411
403
458
464
462
446
447
442
428
430
426
416
413
403
401
395
386

19

18

16

RAT C

KIAS

KTAS

(1) Maximum Cruise Thrust


(2) Thrust For Maximum Range (Approximate)


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CRUISE

CRUISE FL 430

Flight Planning

N1, FF, KTAS


GW
18

CRUISE

16

14

CRUISE FL 450

N1

TEMP C

RAT C

FUEL FLOW
LBS / HR

KIAS

KTAS

(1) 101.5
101.5
(2) 101. 2
(1) 101.0
100.6
(2) 100.2
(1) 100.8
(2) 100.1

-57
-67
-67
-57
-67
-67
-57
-67

-32
-42
-42
-32
-43
-43
-33
-44

1153
1166
11 5 0
1131
1124
1104
1118
1098

206
211
209
203
206
203
201
202

436
435
431
430
426
420
426
418

(1) 101.2

-47

-21

1103

205

444

101.5
(2) 101.5
(1) 100.8
99.6
(2) 100.5
(1) 99.9
98.6
(2) 98.3
(1) 99.5
98.2
(2) 97.4
(1) 99.1
97.1
(2) 96.4

-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67

-29
-40
-21
-31
-41
-22
-32
-43
-23
-33
-44
-24
-34
-45

1173
1207
1085
1104
1137
1044
1055
1050
1024
1034
1007
1009
990
965

216
221
203
209
215
197
203
206
194
200
200
192
193
193

454
453
440
441
442
428
430
426
422
424
414
418
411
402

(1) 100.7
101.5
(2) 101.5
(1) 99.2
98.3
(2) 98.6
(1) 97.6
96.4
(2) 96.1
(1) 96.6
94.9
(2) 94.0
(1) 95.4
93.2
(2) 92.4

-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67
-47
-57
-67

-19
-28
-38
-20
-30
-41
-22
-32
-43
-24
-34
-45
-26
-36
-47

1111
1188
1226
1044
1071
1075
978
993
987
938
932
906
888
866
846

213
222
227
206
212
215
197
203
206
191
194
194
183
183
184

459
467
464
446
447
442
428
430
426
416
413
403
400
391
384

(1) Maximum Cruise Thrust


(2) Thrust For Maximum Range (Approximate)

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N1, FF, KTAS

GW

N1

TEMP C

RAT C

FUEL FLOW
LBS / HR

KIAS

KTAS

15

(1) 101.5

-57

-30

1065

203

449

14

101.5

-67

-40

1081

207

447

(2) 100.5

-57

-31

1032

199

441

(1) 101.5

-67

-41

1059

205

442

99.9

-67

-42

1007

199

431

(2) 99.9

-57

-32

1008

197

436

(1) 99.2

-67

-43

984

197

426

99.6

-57

-32

992

194

431

(2) 98.8

-67

-43

967

194

420

(1) 100.6

-47

-21

986

194

440

101.5

-57

-29

1074

207

457

(2) 101.5

-67

-39

1102

212

456

(1) 100.0

-57

-30

1024

202

447

100.9

-67

-40

1056

208

448

(2) 100.1

-47

-22

966

191

434

(1) 99.3

-57

-31

998

199

441

99.4

-67

-41

1000

202

437

(2) 98.3

-57

-32

956

194

430

(1) 98.6

-67

-42

973

199

431

100.0

-47

-22

961

190

432

(2) 97.9

-57

-33

939

191

424

97.5

-67

-43

930

193

419

(1) Maximum Cruise Thrust


(2) Thrust For Maximum Range (Approximate)

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CRUISE FL 430

Flight Planning

TIME/FUEL/DISTANCE

DESCENT

NORMAL DESCENT1

HIGH SPEED2

51

169

TIME
MIN
16.0

188

TIME
MIN
11.7

49

199

15.6

289

98

197

11.3

147

71

179

10.4

77

52

47

214

15.2

283

95

207

10.9

149

68

188

10.1

75

51

ALT X KIAS
1000

FUEL
LBS
294

DIST
NM
100

KIAS

IDLE POWER3

FUEL
LBS
153

DIST
NM
74

KIAS
171

TIME
MIN
10.6

FUEL
LBS
79

DIST
NM
54

45

224

14.8

277

91

217

10.5

135

65

197

9.8

73

49

43

235

14.3

270

88

228

10.0

128

62

206

9.5

71

47

41

246

13.9

263

84

240

9.6

122

58

216

9.2

69

44

39

258

13.4

255

80

252

9.1

116

55

220

8.9

67

42

37

271

12.9

247

76

264

8.7

110

52

220

8.6

64

40

35

284

12.4

240

73

271

8.2

103

48

220

8.2

62

38

297

12.0

233

69

275

7.8

97

45

220

7.8

59

36

31

300

11.5

226

66

279

7.3

91

42

220

7.5

57

33

29

300

11.1

219

62

283

6.9

85

38

220

7.1

54

31

27

300

10.6

211

59

287

6.5

79

35

220

6.7

52

29

25

300

10.1

201

55

291

6.0

73

32

220

6.3

49

27

23

300

9.5

190

51

295

5.6

66

29

220

5.8

46

25

21

300

8.8

177

46

299

5.1

60

26

220

5.4

43

22

19

300

8.1

162

41

303

4.7

53

23

220

5.0

40

20

17

300

7.2

143

36

307

4.2

27

21

220

4.5

36

18

15

300

6.2

120

30

311

3.8

40

18

220

4.0

32

16

10

300

4.3

82

19

321

2.7

22

11

220

2.8

22

11

250

2.4

48

10

231

1.4

11

220

1.4

12

DESCENT

1. SET 91 PERCENT N1 AT 47,000 FT, DECREASING N1 1% PER


1000 FT UNTIL OBTAINING 300 KIAS. HOLD 300 KIAS TO
COMPLETION OF DESCENT. WHEN ANTI-ICE SYSTEMS ARE ON,
DECREASE THE DISTANCE 4% AND INCREASE THE FUEL USED 4%.
TIME REMAINS THE SAME.
2. HOLD 800 LBS/HOUR FUEL FLOW UNTIL 4500 FT/MINUTE RATE-OFDESCENT IS OBTAINED. HOLD 4500 FT/MINUTE RATE-OF-DESCENT TO
COMPLETION OF DESCENT. WHEN THE ANTI-ICE SYSTEMS ARE ON,
INCREASE THE FUEL USED BY 10% TIME AND DISTANCE REMAIN THE
SAME.
3. SET IDLE POWER AND HOLD .075 MACH UNTIL OBTAINING
220 KIAS. HOLD 220 KIAS TO COMPLETION OF DESCENT USE OF THIS
DESCENT IN ICING CONDITIONS IS NOT RECOMMENDED AS THE
LOW POWER SETTINGS MAY NOT SUSTAIN ENGINE ANTI-ICE
SYSTEM OPERATION.

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HOLDING

KIAS/FF

GROSS WEIGHT
X 1000

30

PRESSURE ALTITUDE FEET X 1000


25
20
15
10
5

SL

20

KIAS

210

210

210

210

210

210

210

FF

1137

1167

1213

1265

1329

1404

1486

19

KIAS

205

205

205

205

205

205

205

FF

1084

1115

1161

1212

1277

1350

1428

KIAS

200

200

200

200

200

200

200

FF

1032

1066

1110

1162

1226

1296

1371

KIAS

195

195

195

195

195

195

195

FF

983

1018

1061

1112

1175

1243

1312

16

KIAS

190

190

190

190

190

190

190

FF

936

972

1014

1064

1125

1191

1255

15

KIAS

185

185

185

185

185

185

185

FF

909

927

968

1019

1077

1138

1201

KIAS

180

180

180

180

180

180

180

FF

863

899

924

974

1030

1087

1147

18
17

14

SPEEDBRAKE RETRACTED
GEAR AND FLAPS UP
ANTI-ICE SYSTEMS OFF

Note:
When anti-ice system are ON, increase the fuel flow by 5

MINIMUM 180 KIAS IN ICING CONDITIONS EXCEPT FOR APPROACH AND


LANDING.

VFR RESERVE / ALTERNATE


VFR Reserve Fuel
1,034 lbs.

Alternate Distance
(Nautical Miles)

Cruise Altitude
(feet)

Fuel Required*
(lbs.)

100

48,000

512

200

39,000

868

Approach Fuel - 160 lbs. for 10 minutes.


* - Fuel for climb from sea level using the 250 KIAS/0.67 Mach climb
profile, Cruise at long range cruise, normal descent at 16,000 lbs. in zero
wind.

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DESCENT

45 minutes cruise at 25,000 ft

F46

1040
1098
1235
1412

659
859
1162
1412
1647

8000
10,000
15,000
20,000

25,000
30,000
35,000
37,000
39,000

428
558
755
917
1070

25,000
30,000
35,000
37,000
39,000

1
COCKPIT

676
713
803
917

8000
10,000
15,000
20,000

CABIN
ALTITUDE

1
COCKPIT

CABIN
ALTITUDE

92
-----

109
111
115
119

2
COCKPIT
2 CABIN

58
-----

65
66
67
68

2
COCKPIT
4 CABIN

43
-----

46
47
47
48

2
COCKPIT
6 CABIN

34
-----

36
36
37
37

2
COCKPIT
8 CABIN

28
-----

29
29
30
30

2
COCKPIT
10 CABIN

344
429
581
706
823

520
549
617
706

2
COCKPIT

141
-----

167
170
176
183

2
COCKPIT
2 CABIN

89
-----

99
100
102
105

2
COCKPIT
4 CABIN

65
-----

71
71
72
73

2
COCKPIT
6 CABIN

52
-----

55
55
56
56

2
COCKPIT
8 CABIN

42
-----

45
45
45
46

2
COCKPIT
10 CABIN

OPTIONAL OXYGEN MASK AND 76-CUBIC FOOT CYLINDER


AVAILABLE TIME IN MINUTES

214
279
378
459
535

338
357
402
459

2
COCKPIT

STANDARD OXYGEN MASK AND 49-CUBIC FOOT CYLINDER


AVAILABLE TIME IN MINUTES

37
-----

38
38
39
39

2
COCKPIT
12 CABIN

24
-----

25
25
25
25

2
COCKPIT
12 CABIN

34
-----

35
35
36
36

2
COCKPIT
13 CABIN

22
-----

23
23
23
23

2
COCKPIT
13 CABIN

Flight Planning

OXYGEN SUPPLY CHARTS

Note:

Cockpit masks are assumed to be at the normal setting up to 20,000 ft
with a respiratory rate of 10 liters per minute - body temperature saturated. Above 20,000 ft, the masks are assumed to be at the 100% setting.

Passenger oxygen masks are approved for operation at cabin
altitude of 25,000 ft and below.

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OXYGEN DURATION CHARTS

The following two graphs provide information for dispatch with less than
a full oxygen bottle. (Unless otherwise noted) the following assumptions
apply to this figure and are factored into available time calculations:
Oxygen consumed during a 10 minute emergency descent from FL510 to
10,000 ft MSL. This defines the starting point of each bottle pressure vs.
available time plot.
After the emergency descent, the cabin altitude for the remainder of the
flight is between FL250 and 10,000 ft MSL.
All Pilot and Copilot oxygen requirements are included. Crew consumption rate is 20 LPM (liters/minute) during the emergency descent and
10 LPM thereafter.
Cockpit masks are at 100% setting regardless of cabin altitude.
Normal pilot usage as required by operating rules when operating above
FL350 is not taken into account.

OXYGEN DURATION OF 49 CU FT BOTTLE


1800

1700

1600

1500

1400

1300

1200

1100

1000

900
SUBTRACT 50 PSI FROM GAUGE READING FOR EVERY 6.7C
(12F) BOTTLE TEMPERATURE WARMER THAN 21.1C (70F)

800

ADD 50 PSI TO GAUGE READING FOR EVERY 6.7C (12F)


BOTTLE TEMPERATURE WARMER THAN 21.1C (70F)
700

600
0

30

60

90

120

TIME (MINUTES)

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OXYGEN DURATION OF 76 CU FT BOTTLE


1800

1700

1600

1500

1400

1300

1200

1100

1000

900
SUBTRACT 50 PSI FROM GAUGE READING FOR EVERY 6.7C
(12F) BOTTLE TEMPERATURE WARMER THAN 21.1C (70F)

800

ADD 50 PSI TO GAUGE READING FOR EVERY 6.7C (12F)


BOTTLE TEMPERATURE WARMER THAN 21.1C (70F)
700

600
0

30

60

90

120

150

180

TIME (MINUTES)

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LANDING

CROSSWIND

CONVERSION

LBS.

U.S. gallons
6.75 LBS/GAL

IMP gallons
8.15 LBS/GAL

LITERS
1.79 LBS/L

25
50
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000

4
7
15
30
44
59
74
89
104
119
133
148
296
444
593
741

3
6
12
25
37
49
61
74
86
98
110
123
245
368
491
614

14
28
56
112
168
226
279
335
391
447
503
559
1117
1676
2235
2973


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LANDING

FUEL WEIGHT

Flight Planning

landing

sea level

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems ON
Landing
Weight
X
1,000

23*

FLAPS FULL

OAT C

-25

-20

GA PWR

91.7

92.5

94.3

VAPP

ANTI-ICE

91.7

92.5

VFR

SE CLIMB

90.5

91.2

VZF

ANTI-ICE

90.5

91.4

138
143

LAND DIST
PART 91

2880

2930 3030

3120

178

121/135

4800

4883 5050

130
135

LAND DIST
PART 91

2580

VREF

-10

+10

+20

+30

+40

96.1

97.8 99.6

98.0

96.1

94.3

96.1

97.8

---

---

92.8

94.7

96.5 97.5

95.6

93.6

93.2

95.0

95.4

---

---

---

3230

3330

3430

---

5200

5383

5550

5717

--

2620 2710

2790

2880

2960

3040

3130

4300

4367 4517

4650

4800

4933

5067

5217

---

163

20

155

19

170

121/135

128

LAND DIST

132

PART 91

2490

2530 2610

2690

2760

2840

2920

3000

168

121/135

4150

4217 4350

4483

4600

4733

4867

5000

124

LAND DIST

129

PART 91

2380

2420 2490

2570

2640

2710

2790

2860

164

121/135

3967

4033 4150

4283

4400

4517

4650

4767

118

LAND DIST

122

PART 91

2170

2200 2260

2330

2390

2460

2520

2590

121/135

3617

3667 3767

3833

3983

4100

4200

4317

153

18

149

16

143
157

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This


weight should only be used for emergencies.

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SEA LEVEL

landing

Zero Wind or Gradient

FLAPS 20

Anti-Ice Systems ON
BLEED AIR ON
OAT C

-25

-20

GA PWR

91.7

92.5

94.3

ANTI - ICE

91.7

92.5

94.3

SE CLIM B

90.5

91.2

VZF

ANTI - ICE

90.5

91.4

143

LAND DIST

155

PART 91

3180

3230 3350

3460

3580

3690

3810

3930

183

121/135

5300

5383 5583

5766

5967

6150

6350

6550

135
146

LAND DIST
PART 91

2840

2890 2980

3070

3170

3260

3360

3450

175

121/135

4733

4817 4967

5117

5283

5433

5600

5750

132
143

LAND DIST
PART 91

2730

2780 2860

2950

3040

3130

3220

3310

172

121/135

4550

4633 4766

4917

5067

5217

5367

5517

129
139

LAND DIST
PART 91

2610

2650 2730

2820

2900

2980

3060

3150

4350

4417 4550

4700

4833

4967

5100

5250

Landing VREF
Weight V APP
X
V FR
1,000

23*

-10

+10

+20

+30

96.1

97.8 99.6

98.0

96.1

97.8 ---

---

92.8

94.7

96.5 97.5

95.6

93.2

95.0

95.4 ---

---

+40
96.1
--93.6
---

168

20

160

19

157

18

154

16

169

121/135

122

LAND DIST

132

PART 91

2370

2410 2480

2550

2620

2690

2770

2840

121/135

3950

4017 4133

4120

4367

4483

4617

4733

147
162

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LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This


weight should only be used for emergencies.

Flight Planning

landing

1,000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems ON

FLAPS FULL
BLEED AIR ON

OAT C

-25

-20

-10

+20

+30

+40

GA PWR

92.8

93.7

95.4

97.2

99.0 99.6

98.0

96.1

ANTI - ICE

92.8

93.7

SE CLIMB

91.4

92.2

95.4

97.2

98.7 ---

---

94.0

95.7

97.5 97.5

95.6

VZF

ANTI - ICE

92.0

92.6

94.4

96.0

95.4 ---

---

138
143

LAND DIST
PART 91

2970

3020

3120

3230

3330 3440

3550

--

178

121/135

4950

5034

5200

5384

5550 5734

5917

--

130
135

LAND DIST
PART 91

2660

2700

2790

2880

2960 3050

3140

3230

170

121/135

4434

4500

4650

4800

4934 5084

5234

5384

128
132

LAND DIST
PART 91

2560

2600

2680

2770

2850 2930

3010

3100

168

121/135

4267

4334

4467

4617

4750 4884

5017

5167

124
129

LAND DIST
PART 91

2450

2490

2570

2640

2720 2800

2870

2950

4084

4150

4284

4400

4584 4667

4784

4917

Landing VREF
Weight
VAPP
X
VFR
1,000

23*

+10

--93.2
---

163

20

155

19

153

18

149

16

164

121/135

118

LAND DIST

122

PART 91

2230

2260

2330

2400

2460 2530

2600

2660

121/135

3717

3767

3884

4000

4100 4217

4334

4434

143
157

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This


weight should only be used for emergencies.

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F52

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For Training Purposes Only July 2012

Flight Planning

1,000 ft

landing

Zero Wind or Gradient

FLAPS 20

Anti-Ice Systems ON
BLEED AIR ON
OAT C

-25

-20

-10

GA PWR

92.8

93.7

95.4

97.2

VAPP ANTI-ICE

92.8

93.7

95.4

VFR SE CLIMB 91.4

92.2

VZF

ANTI-ICE

92.0

92.6

143

LAND DIST

155

PART 91

3280

Landing
Weight
X
1,000

VREF

23*

+10

+20

+30

+40

99.0

99.6

98.0

96.1

97.2

98.7

---

---

94.0

95.7

97.5

97.5

95.6

94.4

96.0

95.4

---

---

---

3340

3460

3580

3700

3820

3940

4070

5467

5567

5767

5967

6167

6367

6567

6783

--93.2

168

20

183

121/135

135

LAND DIST

146

PART 91

2930

2970

3070

3170

3270

3370

3470

3570

175

121/135

4883

4950

5117

5283

5450

5617

5783

5950

132

LAND DIST

143

PART 91

2810

2860

2950

3040

3130

3230

3320

3410

172

121/135

4683

4767

4917

5067

5217

5383

5533

5683

129

LAND DIST

139

PART 91

2690

2730

2820

2900

2990

3070

3160

3250

169

121/135

4483

4550

4700

4833

4983

5117

5267

5417

122

LAND DIST

132

PART 91

2440

2480

2550

2620

2700

2770

2850

2920

121/135

4067

4133

4250

4367

4500

4617

4750

4867

160

19

157

18

154

16

147
162

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For Training Purposes Only July 2012

F53

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This


weight should only be used for emergencies.

Flight Planning

landing

2,000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems ON

FLAPS FULL
BLEED AIR ON

Landing V REF
Weight
VAPP
X
V FR
1,000

23*

20

VZF
138
143
163

OAT C

-25

-20

-10

+20

+30

+40

GA PWR

93.9

94.8

96.6

98.4

100.1 99.6

+10

98.0

96.1

ANTI-ICE

93.9

94.8

96.6

98.4

98.7

---

---

SE CLIMB

92.4

93.2

95.0

96.8

98.6

---

---

---

ANTI-ICE

93.3

94.1

95.2

97.7

95.4

---

---

LAND DIST 3060


PART 91

3120

3230

3330

3450 3560

---

--

5100

5200

5383

5550

5750 5933

---

--

--
---

178

121/135

130

LAND DIST

135

PART 91

2740

2790

2880

2970

3060 3150

3240

3330

121/135

4567

4650

4800

4950

5100 5250

5400

5550

LAND DIST
2640
PART 91

2680

2770

2850

2940 3020

3110

3190

4400

4467

4617

4750

4900 5033

5183

5317

LAND DIST
2520
PART 91

2560

2640

2720

2800 2880

2960

3040

4200

4267

4400

4533

4667 4800

4933

5067

LAND DIST
2290
PART 91

2330

2400

2470

2530 2600

2670

2740

3883

4000

4117

4217 4333

4450

4567

155

19

170
128
132
153

18

168
124
129
149

16

164
118
122
143
157

121/135

121/135

121/135

3817

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This


weight should only be used for emergencies.

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F54

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For Training Purposes Only July 2012

Flight Planning

2,000 ft

landing

Zero Wind or Gradient

FLAPS 20

Engine Anti-Ice ON
BLEED AIR ON

Landing VREF
Weight
VAPP
X
VFR
1,000

23*

-25

-20

-10

+10

+20

GA PWR

93.9

94.8

96.6

98.4

100.1 99.6

ANTI-ICE

93.9

94.8

96.6

98.4

98.7

---

+30
98.0
---

+40
96.1
---

SE CLIMB 92.4

93.2

95.0

96.8

98.6

---

---

VZF

ANTI-ICE

93.3

94.1

95.2

97.7

95.4

---

---

143
155
168

LAND DIST
PART 91

3390

3450

3580

3700

3830 3960

4090

--

183

121/135

5650

5750

5967

6167

6383 6600

6817

--

LAND DIST
3020
PART 91

3070

3170

3270

3370 3480

3580

3690

5033

5117

5283

5450

5317 5800

5967

6150

LAND DIST
2900
PART 91

2950

3040

3140

3230 3330

3430

3520

4833

4917

5067

5233

5383 5050

5717

5867

LAND DIST
2770
PART 91

2810

2900

2990

3080 3170

3260

3350

4617

4683

4833

4983

5133 5283

5433

5583

20

135
146
160

19

132
143
157

18

129
139
154

175

16

OAT C

172

121/135

121/135

--
---

169

121/135

122

LAND DIST

132

PART 91

2510

2550

2620

2700

2780 2850

2930

3010

121/135

4183

4250

4366

4500

4633 4750

4883

5017

147
162

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For Training Purposes Only July 2012

F55

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This


weight should only be used for emergencies.

Flight Planning

landing

3,000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems ON

FLAPS FULL
BLEED AIR ON

Landing
Weight
X
1,000

23*

OAT C

-25

-20

-10

VREF

GA PWR

95.3

96.2

98.0

99.8

101.0

VAPP

ANTI-ICE

95.2

96.2

98.0

99.8

98.7

VFR

SE CLIMB

93.5

94.4

96.1

97.9

99.0

VZF

ANTI-ICE

93.9

94.8

96.7

97.2

95.5

---

---

LAND DIST
3160
PART 91

3220

3330

3450

3560

3680

---

--

5267

5367

5550

5750

5934

6134

---

--

LAND DIST
2830
PART 91

2870

2970

3060

3160

3250 3350

--

4717

4784

4950

5100

5267

5417 5584

--

LAND DIST
2720
PART 91

2760

2850

2940

3030

3120 3210

3300

4534

4600

4750

4900

5050

5200 5350

5500

LAND DIST
2600
PART 91

2640

2720

2800

2890

2970 3050

3140

4333

4400

4533

4667

4817

4950 5083

5233

138
143
163
178

20

130
135
155
170

19
18

16

128
132
153
168
124
129
149

121/135

121/135

121/135

+10

+20

+30

99.6

98.0

--97.6

--95.6

+40
96.1
--93.2
---

164

121/135

118

LAND DIST

122

PART 91

2360

2390

2470

2540

2610

2680 2750

2830

121/135

3933

3983

4117

4233

4350

4467 4583

4717

143
157

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This


weight should only be used for emergencies.

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F56

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For Training Purposes Only July 2012

Flight Planning

3,000 ft

landing

Zero Wind or Gradient

FLAPS 20

Anti-Ice Systems ON
LH & RH ENGINE BLEED

Landing V
REF
Weight
VAPP
X
V FR
1,000

OAT C

-25

-20

+20

+30

+40

GA PWR

95.3

96.2

-10
98.0

99.8

101.0 99.6

+10

98.0

96.1

ANTI-ICE

95.2

96.2

98.0

99.8

98.7

---

---

SE CLIMB 93.5

---

94.4

96.1

97.9

99.0

97.6

95.6

93.2

93.9

94.8

96.7

97.2

95.5

---

---

--

143
LAND DIST
155
3510
PART 91
168

3570

3700

3830

3970 4100

4240

--

20

183

5850

5950

6167

6383

6617 6833

7067

--

135
LAND DIST
146
3110
PART 91
160

3160

3270

3380

3490 3590

3700

3810

19

175

5183

5267

5450

5633

5817 5933

6167

6350

132
LAND DIST
143
2990
PART 91
157

3040

3140

3240

3340 3440

3540

3640

18

172

4983

5067

5233

5400

5567 5733

5900

6067

129
LAND DIST
139 PART 91 2850
154

2900

2990

3080

3180 3270

3360

3460

169

4750

4833

4983

5133

5300 5450

5600

5767

PART 91

2580

2620

2700

2780

2860 2940

3020

3100

121/135

4300

4367

4500

4633

4767 4900

5033

5167

23*

16

VZF

ANTI-ICE

121/135

121/135

121/135

121/135

122 LAND DIST


132
147
162

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For Training Purposes Only July 2012

F57

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This


weight should only be used for emergencies.

Flight Planning

landing

PA 4,000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems ON

FLAPS FULL
BLEED AIR ON

Landing V
REF
Weight
VAPP
X
VFR
1,000

23*
20

VZF

OAT C

-25

-20

-10

GA PWR

96.6

97.5

99.4

+10

+20

+30

+40

101.3

101.0 99.6

98.0

96.1

ANTI-ICE

96.6

97.5

99.4

100.5

98.7

---

---

--

SE CLIMB

94.8

95.7

97.5

99.3

99.2

97.7

95.8

93.4

ANTI-ICE

---

---

95.3

96.3

98.2

97.3

95.6

138
LAND DIST
143
3270
PART 91
163

3330

3450

3570

3690 3810

---

--

178

5450

5550

5750

5950

6150 6350

---

--

130 LAND DIST


2920
PART 91

2960

3060

3160

3260 3360

3460

--

121/135

135

---

155

19
18

170

4867

4934

5100

5267

5434 5600

5767

--

128
LAND DIST
132
2800
PART 91
153

121/135

2850

2940

3030

3130 3220

3310

--

168

4667

4750

4900

5050

5217 5367

5517

--

PART 91

2680

2720

2810

2890

2980 3070

3150

3240

121/135

4466

4533

4683

4817

4967

5117

5250

5400

PART 91

2430

2460

2540

2610

2690 2760

2840

2910

121/135

4050

4100

4233

4350

4483 4600

4733

4850

121/135

124 LAND DIST


129
149

16

164

118 LAND DIST


122
143
157

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This


weight should only be used for emergencies.

Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines

F58

Citation VII Operating Handbook


For Training Purposes Only July 2012

Flight Planning

4,000 ft

landing

Zero Wind or Gradient

FLAPS 20

Anti-Ice Systems ON
BLEED AIR ON

Landing V
REF
Weight
V APP
X
V FR
1,000

23*
20

VZ F
143
155
168

183
135
146
160

19

175
132
143

OAT C

-25

-20

-10

GA PWR

96.6

97.5

99.4

101.3

+10

+20

+30

+40

101.0 99.6

98.0

96.1

ANTI-ICE

96.6

97.5

99.4

100.5

98.7

---

---

SE CLIMB

94.8

95.7

97.5

99.3

99.2

97.7

95.8

ANTI-ICE

95.3

96.3

98.2

97.3

95.6

----

---

LAND DIST
3630
PART 91

3700

3830

3970

4110 4260

4400

--

6050

6167

6383

6617

6850 7100

7333

--

LAND DIST 3210


PART 91

3270

3380

3490

3600 3720

3830

3950

5350

5450

5633

5817

6000 6200

6383

6583

LAND DIST
PART 91 3080

3130

3240

3340

3450 3550

3660

3770

5133

5217

5400

5567

5750 5917

6100

6283

LAND DIST
PART 91 2940

2990

3080

3180

3280 3380

3470

3570

4900

4983

5133

5300

5467 5633

5783

5950

121/135

121/135

--93.4
---

157

18

172
129
139

121/135

154

16

169

121/135

122

LAND DIST

132

PART 91

2660

2700

2780

2870

2950 3030

3120

3200

121/135

4433

4500

4633

4783

4917 5050

5200

5333

147
162

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For Training Purposes Only July 2012

F59

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This


weight should only be used for emergencies.

Flight Planning

landing

5,000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems ON

FLAPS FULL
BLEED AIR ON

Landing V
REF
Weight
V APP
X
V FR
1,000

23*

20

19
18

OAT C

-25

-20

-10

+20

+30

+40

GA PWR

98.2

99.2

101.1

101.5

101.0 99.6

+10

98.0

96.1

ANTI-ICE

98.2

99.2

101.1

100.5

98.7

---

---

SE CLIMB

94.9

95.9

97.7

99.5

99.0

97.6

95.5

ANTI-ICE

96.0

97.0

99.0

97.2

95.4

---

---

138
143
163
178

LAND DIST
3380
PART 91

3450

3570

3700

3830

---

---

--

5634

5750

5950

6167

6383

---

---

--

130
135
155

LAND DIST
PART 91

3010

3060

3160

3270

3370 3480

3580

--

170

121/135

5017

5100

5267

5450

5617 5800

5967

--

LAND DIST
2890
PART 91

2940

3030

3130

3230 3330

3420

--

4817

4900

5050

5217

5383 5550

5700

--

LAND DIST
PART 91 2760

2800

2890

2980

3070 3160

3260

--

4600

4667

4816

4967

5117 5267

5433

--

LAND DIST
PART 91 2500

2540

2620

2690

2770 2850

2930

3010

4234

4367

4484

4617 4750

4884

5017

V ZF

128
132
153
168
124
129

121/135

121/135

--93.2
---

149

16

164
118
122

121/135

143
157

121/135

4167

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This


weight should only be used for emergencies.

Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines

F60

Citation VII Operating Handbook


For Training Purposes Only July 2012

Flight Planning

5,000 ft

landing

Zero Wind or Gradient

FLAPS 20

Anti-Ice Systems ON
BLEED AIR ON

Landing
Weight
X
1,000

23*

OAT C

VREF
VAPP
VFR
VZF
143
155

-25
GA PWR 98.2
ANTI-ICE 98.2
SE CLIMB 94.9
96.0
ANTI-ICE
LAND DIST
PART 91

+10

+20

+30

+40

99.2 101.1 101.5 101.0


99.2 101.1 100.5 98.7

-20

-10

99.6
---

98.0
---

96.1
--

95.9
97.0

97.6
---

95.5
---

93.2
--

97.7
99.0

99.5
97.2

99.0
95.4

3760 3830 3970 4120

4270

4420

---

--

6267 6383 6617 6867

7117

7367

---

--

LAND DIST
PART 91 3320 3380 3490 3610

3730

3850

3970

4090

5533 5633 5817 6017

6217

6417

6617

6817

LAND DIST
PART 91 3180 3230 3340 3450

3560

3670

3780

3900

5300 5383 5567 5750

5933

6117

6300

6500

LAND DIST
PART 91 3030 3080 3180 3280

3380

3490

3590

3690

5050 5133 5300 5467

5633

5817

5983

6150

LAND DIST
2740 2780 2870 2950
PART 91

3040

3130

3210

3300

5167

5217

5350

5500

168

20

183
135
146

121/135

160

19

175
132
143

121/135

157

18

172
129
139

121/135

154

16

169
122
132
147
162

121/135

121/135

4567 4633 4783 4917

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For Training Purposes Only July 2012

F61

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This weight
should only be used for emergencies.

Flight Planning

landing

6,000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems ON

FLAPS FULL
BLEED AIR ON

Landing V
REF
Weight
VAPP
X
VFR
1,000

23*
20
19
18

OAT C

-25

-20

-10

+10

GA PWR

99.8

100.8

101.5

101.5

101.0

ANTI-ICE

99.8

100.8

101.5

101.4

98.7

+20

+30

+40

99.6

98.0

96.0

96.8

---

---

SE CLIMB 95.4

96.2

98.1

100.0

99.0

97.4

95.5

93.2

ANTI-ICE

98.0

98.6

98.9

97.2

95.4

---

---

---

138
143
163
178

LAND DIST
3500
PART 91

3570

3700

3830

3970

---

---

--

5834

5950

6167

6384

6617

---

---

--

130
135
155
170

LAND DIST
3110
PART 91

3160

3270

3380

3490 3600

---

--

5184

5267

5450

5634

5817 6000

---

--

128
132
153
168

LAND DIST
2980
PART 91

3030

3130

3230

3340 3440

3540

--

4967

5050

5217

5384

5567 5734

5900

--

124

LAND DIST

129

PART 91

2850

2890

2990

3080

3170 3270

3360

--

164

121/135

4750

4817

4984

5134

5284 5450

5600

--

118

LAND DIST

122

PART 91

2570

2610

2700

2780

2860 2940

3020

3100

121/135

4284

4350

4500

4634

4767 4900

5034

5167

VZF

121/135

121/135

121/135

149

16

143
157

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This weight
should only be used for emergencies.

Citation VII with TFE731-4 Engines

F62

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For Training Purposes Only July 2012

Flight Planning

6,000 ft

landing

Zero Wind or Gradient

FLAPS 20

Anti-Ice Systems ON
BLEED AIR ON

Landing
Weight
X
1,000

23*
20
19
18
16

OAT C

-25

-20

-10

+10

+20

+30

+40

96.0

VREF

GA PWR

99.8

100.8

101.5

101.5

101.0

99.6

98.0

VAPP

ANTI-ICE

99.8

100.8

101.5

101.4

98.7

96.8

---

---

VFR SE CLIMB 95.4

96.2

98.1

100.0

99.0

97.4

95.5

93.2

VZF

98.0

98.6

98.9

97.2

95.4

---

---

---

LAND DIST
3890
PART 91

3970

4120

4280

4440

4600

---

--

6483

6617

6867

7133

7400

7667

---

--

LAND DIST
3430
PART 91

3490

3610

3730

3860

3980

4110

--

5717

5817

6016

6217

6433

6633

6850

--

LAND DIST
3280
PART 91

3340

3450

3570

3680

3800

3920 4040

5467

5567

5750

5950

6133

6333

6533 6733

LAND DIST
3130
PART 91

3180

3280

3390

3500

3600

3710 3820

5217

5300

5467

5650

5833

6000

6183 6367

143
155
168
183
135
146
160
175
132
143
157
172
129
139
154
169

ANTI-ICE

121/135

121/135

121/135

121/135

122

LAND DIST

132

PART 91

2820

2870

2960

3050

3140

3230

3320 3410

121/135

4700

4783

4933

5083

5233

5383

5533 5683

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LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This weight
should only be used for emergencies.

Flight Planning

landing

7,000 ft

Zero Wind or Gradient

Anti-Ice Systems ON

FLAPS FULL

LH & RH ENGINE BLEED


Landing V
REF
Weight
VAPP
X
VFR
1,000

23*
20

VZF

130
155

18
18

-25

-20

-10

122

+10

+20

+30

+40

GA PWR

101.5

101.5

101.5

101.5

101.0

99.6

98.0

96.0

101.5

101.5

101.5

100.4

98.7

96.8

---

---

SE CLIMB

96.7

97.6

99.5

100.1

99.0

97.6

95.5

93.2

---

---

---

ANTI-ICE

99.6

99.0

97.1

95.4

3700

3840

3980

---

---

---

--

6167

6400

6633

---

---

---

--

99.2

3270

3380

3490

3610

3720

---

--

5350

5450

5633

5817

6017

6200

---

--

3080

3130

3240

3340

3450

3560

---

--

5133

5217

5400

5567

5750

5933

---

--

2940

2990

3080

3180

3280

3380

3480

--

4900

4983

5133

5300

5467

5633

5800

--

LAND DIST
PART 91 2650

2700

2780

2860

2950

3030

3120

--

4500

4633

4767

4917

5050

5200

--

LAND DIST
3210
PART 91

17 0
121/135
128
LAND DIST
132
PART 91
153
168
121/135
124
LAND DIST
129
PART 91
149
164
121/135
118

ANTI-ICE

138
LAND DIST
143
3630
PART 91
163
178
121/135 6050
135

19

OAT C

143
157

121/135

4417

LANDING

* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This weight
should only be used for emergencies.

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Flight Planning

7,000 ft

landing

Zero Wind or Gradient

FLAPS 20

Anti-Ice Systems ON
LH & RH ENGINE BLEED

Landing V
REF
Weight
VAPP
X
V FR
1,000

23*

V ZF
143
155

OAT C

-25

+30

+40

GA PWR

101.5

101.5 101.5 101.5

-20

-10

101.0

+10

+20
99.6

98.0

96.0

ANTI-ICE

101.5

101.5 101.5 100.4

98.7

96.8

---

--

SE CLIMB

96.7

97.6

99.5

100.1

99.0

97.6

95.5

93.2

ANTI-ICE

99.2

99.6

99.0

97.1

95.4

---

---

--

LAND DIST
PART 91
4040

4120

4280

4450

4620

4790

---

--

6733

6867

7133

7417

7700

7983

---

--

LAND DIST
3550
PART 91

3610

3740

3870

4000

4130

4270

--

5917

6017

6233

6450

6667

6883

7117

--

LAND DIST
3390
PART 91

3450

3570

3690

3810

3940

4060

--

5650

5750

5950

6150

6350

6567

6767

--

LAND DIST
3230
PART 91

3280

3390

3500

3620

3730

3840

5383

5467

5650

5833

6033

6217

6400

--

168

20
19
18
16

183
135
146
160
175
132
143
157
172
129
139
154
169

121/135

121/135

121/135

121/135

--

122

LAND DIST

132

PART 91

2910

2960

3050

3140

3240

3330

3430

--

121/135

4850

4933

5083

5233

5400

5550

5717

--

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* - This weight exceeds the maximum designed landing weight. This weight
should only be used for emergencies.

Flight Planning

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Emergency/Abnormal Procedures
ENGINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EMER/ENG TAB
Engine Failure/fire During Takeoff Below V1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-5
Engine Failure/fire During Takeoff Above V1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-5
Engine Failure During Final Approach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-6
Engine Fire (Engine Fire Switch Illuminated,
Fire Bell Activated). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-6
Engine Fire Detection System Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-7
Engine Fire Extinguisher Bottle Pressure Low . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-7
Fuel Firewall Shutoff Valve. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-7
Hydraulic Firewall Shutoff Valve. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-7
Low or Normal Oil Pressure and Left or Right
Oil Press Warn Light ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-8
Low Oil Pressure Indication and Left or Right
Oil Press Warn Light OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-8
Oil Chip Detect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-8
Engine Failure/Precautionary Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-9
Single Engine Approach/Landing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-9
Single Engine Go-around. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-10
In-flight Restart One Engine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-11
Double Engine Flameout/Restart Two Engines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-13
Maximum Glide Emergency Landing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-13
Engine Fuel Computer Manual Mode ON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-14
False Engine Start (Ground) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-15
Engine Starter Does Not Disengage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-15
High Sustained ITT During Ground Engine Shutdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-15
Thrust Reverser Inadvertent In Flight Deployment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-16
Thrust Reverser Unlock Light ON In Flight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-17
Thrust Reverser Arm Light On In Flight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-17
Ditching. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-18
Inadvertent Stall (Stick Shaker Buffet and/or Roll-Off). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-19
APU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . APU TAB
APU Fire. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-21
APU Fails to Shut Down With APU Stop Switch
(Ready to Load Light Remains Illuminated). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-21
APU Relay Engaged, Annunciator Remains Illuminated After Start
or Before Shutdown With APU Generator OFF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-21
APU Fail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-22
FUEL SYSTEM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FUEL TAB

Schematic:
Fuel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-23

Fuel Boost Pump ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-24


Low Fuel Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-24
Low Fuel Quantity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-24
Fuel Filter Bypass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-24
Wing Transfer Valve Open. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-25
Fuselage Fuel Tank Low Level. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-25
Fuselage Tank Fuel Pump 1 or 2 Light ON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-25
Fuselage Fuel Transfer Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-25
Fuselage Tank Fill Valve. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-26
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ELEC TAB

FigureCB Locations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-27


Schematic: Electrical System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-28

Cockpit or Cabin Fire or Smoke Detect Light ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-29


Before Landing EMER BATTERY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-31
System Status. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-32
Battery Overheat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-34
Open Current Limiter or Circuit Breaker In AFT
Electrical Junction Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-34
Master Warning Light ON Steady . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-35
Single Generator Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-35
Loss of Both Generators (Master Warning Reset Will Flash). . . . . . . . . . . E-35
Single Inverter Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-37
Inverter Fail 1 Light ON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-37
Inverter Fail 2 Light ON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-38
Double Inverter Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-38

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E-1

Emergency/Abnormal Procedures
FLIGHT CONTROLS SYSTEM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FLT CONT TAB
Autopilot Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-41
Uncontrolled Aircraft Roll. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-41
Jammed Roll Control System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-42
Primary Trim Runaway. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-43
Primary Trim Fail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-43
Stabilizer Trim System Jam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-44
Elevator System Jam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-46
Rudder System Jam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-47
Rudder Bias System OFF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-48
Rudder Uncommanded Motion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-48
Flaps Inoperative. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-48
Flaps Overspeed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-49
Landing with Flaps Up or At 7 Position. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-49
Aileron or Elevator Out Of Trim. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-51
Flaps SPDBK/SP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-51
AOA Probe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-51
Stall Warning System Inoperative. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-51
Speed Brake Annunciator Illuminated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-52
Spoilers Up Annunciator Illuminated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-52
Spoiler Holdown Annunciator Illuminated. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-52
Gust Lock Annunciator Illuminated. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-52
No Takeoff Annunciator Illuminated. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-52
Aileron Boost System OFF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-53
ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ENVIR TAB

Schematic:
Pneumatic System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-55

Pressurization System Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-56


Cabin Decompression . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-56
Emergency Descent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-57
Autopilot Emergency Descent Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-58
Environmental System Smoke or Odor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-58
Smoke Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-59
Use of Supplemental Oxygen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-59
Emergency Pressurization ON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-61
Overpressurization. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-61
HP Precooler Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-62
PAC Overheat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-62
PAC Isolation Valve Open. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-63
Duct Overheat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-63
PAC High Pressure Valve Open. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-64
Pac High Flow. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-64
Cabin or Accessory Door Unlocked. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-64
Cabin Door Pressure Seal Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-65
Baggage Heater Overheat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-65
Noise, Smoke or Lack of Cooling with The Freon Air Conditioning
System Installed and A/C Switch ON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-65
ANTI-ICE SYSTEM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ANTI-ICE TAB
Windshield Fault. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-67
Windshield Overheat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-67
Windshield Air On With Windshield Bleed Air Switch
In the OFF Position. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-68
Cockpit Forward or Side Windshield Cracked or Shattered. . . . . . . . . . . . E-68
Windshield Defog Fan Failure or Loss of Defog Airflow to Windshield . . E-69
Pitot-Static Heater Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-69
Engine Anti-ice Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-69
Wing Anti-ice Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-70
Horizontal Stabilizer Anti-ice Failure or Ice Suspected to be
On the Horizontal Stabilizer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-70
LANDING GEAR/HYDRAULIC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GEAR/HYD TAB


Schematic:
Hydraulic System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-73

Landing Gear Will Not Extend. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Hydraulic Wheel Brake Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Anti-skid System Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nose Wheel Steering Malfunction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

E-2

E-74
E-74
E-74
E-75

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Emergency/Abnormal Procedures
Hydraulic System Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-75
Hydraulic Fluid Temperature Low. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-78
Auxiliary Hydraulic Power ON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-80
Parking Brake ON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-80
AVIONICS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AVN TAB
EFIS Red Gun Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-81
Symbol Generator Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-81
EADI Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-82
EHSI Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-82
EFIS or Optional MFD Fan Light Illuminates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-83
Single Air Data Computer Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-83
Dual Air Data Computer Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-84
AHRS Basic Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-84
AHRS DC Power Loss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-84
Single AHRS Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-84
Heading Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-85
Attitude Failure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-85
Comparison Monitor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-85
Flight Guidance Computer Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-85

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ENGINE FAILURE/FIRE DURING TAKEOFF BELOW V1


1. ABORT
Maintain directional control
Brakes APPLY MAXIMUM EFFORT
Throttles IDLE
Spoilers EXTEND
Thrust Reverser(s) DEPLOY
Verify illumination of thrust reverser ARM, UNLOCK, and
DEPLOY lights.
Verify illumination of RUDDER BIAS light.
Thrust Reverser(s) REVERSE POWER
(use as required if no fire)

To obtain maximum braking performance from the anti-skid
Note:
system, the pilot must apply continuous maximum effort (no
modulation) to the brake pedals.
The Takeoff Field Lengths assume that the pilot has applied
maximum effort to the brakes at the scheduled V1 speed
during the aborted takeoff.
ENGINE FAILURE/FIRE DURING TAKEOFF ABOVE V1
1. Rotate VR
2. Landing Gear UP (after positive rate of climb)
3. Climb V2 until 1,500 ft AGL
AT OR ABOVE 1,500 AGL
4. Accelerate V2 + 20 Kts.
5. Flaps RETRACT (V2 + 20 Kts. Minimum)
6. Accelerate VENR.
If engine fire:
1. Emergency Procedures, ENGINE FIRE (E-5) ACCOMPLISH
If engine failure:
1. Abnormal Procedures, ENGINE FAILURE/
PRECAUTIONARY SHUTDOWN (E-9) ACCOMPLISH
-OR2. Abnormal Procedures, IN-FLIGHT RESTART
ONE ENGINE (E-11) ACCOMPLISH

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ENGINE FAILURE DURING FINAL APPROACH


1. AP/TRIM/NWS Disengage Switch PRESS and RELEASE.
2. Power (operating engine) INCREASE (as required).
3. Flaps APPROACH SCHEDULE
4. Airspeed VAPP MINIMUM
5. Aileron and Rudder Trim AS REQUIRED
6. Autopilot ON (as desired)
WHEN LANDING ASSURED
7. Autopilot and Yaw Damper OFF
8. Flaps SET TO LANDING SCHEDULE
9. Airspeed VREF
ENGINE FIRE (ENGINE FIRE SWITCH ILLUMINATED, FIRE BELL
ACTIVATED)

Illuminates if a fire or an overheat (bleed air
1
ENGINE
leak) condition has been detected. Lifting the
FIRE
PUSH
FIRE switch cover and pushing the light:
Closes
the fuel and hydraulic shutoff valves.
BOTTLE 1
ARMED

Closes the affected engines thrust reverser
PUSH
isolation valve.
Arms and directs both fire extinguisher
bottles (white BOTTLE ARMED PUSH lights
illuminated).
Trips generator field relay.
1. Throttle (affected engine) CONFIRM, THEN IDLE
If FIRE light remains on after 15 seconds:
2. E
 ngine Fire Switch (affected engine) CONFIRM, LIFT COVER
AND PUSH
3. Either Illuminated BOTTLE ARMED Light PUSH
4. Ignition NORMAL
5. Engine Sync OFF
6. Throttle (affected engine) CUTOFF
7. Electrical Load REDUCE (as required)
8. Engine Anti-Ice (affected engine) CHECK OFF
9. Boost Pump (affected engine) OFF
10. Land as Soon as Practical; Refer to Abnormal Procedures, SINGLE
ENGINE APPROACH AND LANDING (E-9)

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If fire warning light on after 30 seconds:
11. Remaining Illuminated BOTTLE ARMED Light PUSH
12. Land as Soon as Practical; Refer to Abnormal Procedures, SINGLE
ENGINE APPROACH AND LANDING (E-9)
If FIRE WARNING light goes out and secondary indications are not
present:
11. Land as Soon as Practical
ENGINE FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM FAILURE

Indicates a failure in the engine fire detection
FIRE DET
2
FAIL
system.
LH

RH

1. If Indication Occurs on Ground Correct prior to flight.


2. If Indication Occurs in Flight FIRE DETECT CB (LH circuit
breaker panel) CHECK IN
ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHER BOTTLE PRESSURE LOW

Indicates either engine or APU fire extinguisher
3
FIRE EXT
bottle is low.
BOTTLE
LOW

1. If Indication Occurs on Ground Correct condition prior to flight.


FUEL FIREWALL SHUTOFF VALVE

ADVISORY Indicated that the fuel firewall
FUEL F/W
4
SHUTOFF
shutoff valve has been closed by either the LH
LH
RH
or RH ENG FIRE PUSH Switch.
HYDRAULIC FIREWALL SHUTOFF VALVE

ADVISORY Indicated that the hydraulic
HYD F/W
5
SHUTOFF
firewall shutoff valve has been closed by
either the LH or RH ENG FIRE PUSH Switch.
LH
RH

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LOW OR NORMAL OIL PRESSURE AND LEFT OR RIGHT OIL


PRESS WARN LIGHT ON
OIL PRESSURE WARN Light illuminated:

Illumination indicates oil pressure is lower or
OIL PRESS
6
WARN
higher than required; illumination also triggers
master warning system.
LH
RH
Above 38 PSI:
1. Land as Soon as Practical
Between 25 and 38 PSI:
1. Throttle (affected engine) REDUCE POWER
2. Land as Soon as Practical
Below 25 PSI:
3. Throttle (affected engine) CUTOFF
1. Accomplish ENGINE FAILURE/PRECAUTIONARY
SHUTDOWN Procedure (E-9)
LOW OIL PRESSURE INDICATION AND LEFT OR RIGHT OIL
PRESS WARN LIGHT OFF
OIL PRESSURE WARN Light extinguished:
Between 25 and 38 PSI:
1. Throttle (affected engine) REDUCE POWER
Between 25 PSI:
1. Throttle (affected engine) REDUCE POWER
2. Land as Soon as Practical
OIL CHIP DETECT
OIL CHIP

ADVISORY Indicates that metal particles
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DETECTOR
have been detected in the oil pump discharge.
LH

RH

1. A
 ffected Engine SECURE (if practical); Refer to ENGINE
FAILURE/ PRECAUTIONARY SHUTDOWN Procedure (below)

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Engine Synchronizer OFF


Throttle (affected engine) CUTOFF
Electrical Load REDUCE (as required)
Fuel Transfer AS REQUIRED
Generator (affected engine) OFF
Ignition (affected engine) NORM
Land as Soon as Practical; Refer to SINGLE ENGINE APPROACH
AND LANDING (E-9).


The following annunciators will normally be illuminated for
Note:
the affected engine after shutdown:





OIL PRESS WARN


FUEL LOW PRESS
GEN OFF
HYD PRESS LOW
STAB ANTI-ICE (if selected ON)
W/S FAULT
SINGLE ENGINE APPROACH/LANDING

BEFORE LANDING:
1. APR ARM/DISARM Switch PUSH, VERIFY APR ON LIGHT IS
ILLUMINATED
2. Speedbrakes RETRACT
Note: Extension of the speedbrakes is not approved during single
engine operation
3. Landing Data CONFIRM
a. VAPP (per landing flap schedule)
b. VREF (per landing flap schedule)
c. Fan Speed (N1)
4. Avionics and Flight Instruments CHECK / SET
5. Radio Altimeter SET
6. Fuel Transfer OFF
7. Engine Synchronizer OFF
8. Exterior Lights AS REQUIRED
9. Flaps APPROACH FLAP SCHEDULE

Consider flap landing limitations due to inoperative stab
Note:
anti-ice if in icing environment.
10. Airspeed VAPP (MINIMUM)
11. Ignition (operating engine) ON
12. Passengers BRIEF
13. Seat Belts / Shoulder Harness SECURE
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14. Passenger Advisory Lights PASS SAFE
15. Landing Gear DOWN AND LOCKED
16. Nosewheel Steering Switch PUSH, VERIFY ARMED LIGHT IS ON
17. Flaps SET TO LANDING FLAP SCHEDULE (when landing
assured)
18. Airspeed VREF (per landing flap schedule)
19. Annunciator Panel CHECK
20. Autopilot and Yaw Damper OFF
LANDING:
1. Throttle IDLE
2. Spoilers EXTEND, AFTER MAIN WHEEL CONTACT
3. Thrust Reverser DEPLOY AFTER NOSEWHEEL CONTACT
a. Verify illumination of thrust reverser ARM, UNLOCK and
DEPLOY lights.
b. Verify illumination of RUDDER BIAS light.
4. Brakes APPLY (after nosewheel contact)
5. Reverse Power AS REQUIRED (do not exceed takeoff thrust)

To avoid possible jamming of the throttle lockout cams, do
Note:
not attempt to override the lockout cams.

Reverse thrust may need to be reduced during crosswind
Note:
landings on wet or icy runways.
VREF (GEAR DOWN 20 FLAPS)
WEIGHT

22,000

21,000

20,000

19,000

18,000

17,000

16,000

15,000

VAPP 7

151*

148*

146

143

139

135

132

128

VREF 20

139*

137*

135

132

129

125

122

118

VREF (GEAR DOWN FULL FLAPS)


WEIGHT

22,000

21,000

20,000

19,000

18,000

17,000

16,000

15,000

VAPP 20

139*

137*

135

132

129

125

122

118

VREF FULL
135*
133*
130
128
125
121
118
* Use in an emergency that requires landing at weights in excess of 20,000 lbs.

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SINGLE ENGINE GO-AROUND


1. Thrust SET FOR TAKEOFF
2. Airplane Pitch Attitude POSITIVE ROTATION (+10)
Note: Flight director go-around mode is recommended to establish
the pitch attitude reference.
3. Speedbrakes VERIFY RETRACTED
4. Flaps SET TO APPROACH FLAP SCHEDULE
5. Climb Speed VAPP MINIMUM (per flap schedule)
6. Landing Gear UP (when positive climb is established)
7. Flaps up (when clear of obstacle) VREF + 25 KIAS (per landing
flap schedule)
8. Climb Speed VENR (165 KIAS)

Note:
Consider Fuel Transfer.
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IN-FLIGHT RESTART ONE ENGINE


Refer to Airstart Envelope (E-12)
Following Shutdown with Starter Assist:
1. Throttle CUTOFF
2. Generator GEN
3. Firewall Shutoff CHECK OPEN
(HYD F/W SHUTOFF and FUEL F/W SHUTOFF lights extinguished).
4. Fuel Computer NORM
5. Start Button PRESS MOMENTARILY
6. Throttle IDLE AT TURBINE RPM GREATER THAN 10%
7. Engine Instruments Monitor
If start malfunctions:
8. Throttle CUTOFF
9. Starter Disengage Button PRESS 15 SECONDS AFTER
THROTTLE CUTOFF
Go to ENGINE FAILURE/PRECAUTIONARY SHUTDOWN (E-9)
Following Shutdown Engine Windmilling
(15% Turbine RPM (N2) Minimum:
1. Throttle OFF
2. Generator GEN
3. Firewall Shutoff CHECK OPEN
(HYD F/W SHUTOFF and FUEL F/W SHUTOFF lights extinguished).
4. Ignition ON
5. Fuel Boost Pump ON
6. Fuel Computer NORM
7. Throttle IDLE AT STABILIZED MINIMUM 15% N2 RPM
8. Engine Instruments Monitor
After engine stabilizes:
9. Boost Pump and Ignition NORM

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AIRSTART ENVELOPE


Note:
Starter assist airstarts must be used when stabilized turbine
RPM (N2) is below 15 percent.
Except for Airstart Envelope, the engine start procedure is
unchanged with the fuel computer in the manual mode.

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DOUBLE ENGINE FLAMEOUT / RESTART TWO ENGINES


1. Ignition BOTH ON
2. Fuel Boost Pump ON
3. Throttles IDLE

Maximum altitude for restart is FL300 (FL200 with MAN FUEL
Note:
Computer).
If altitude allows:
4. Airspeed INCREASE TO 250 KIAS
Note:

Starter assist airstarts must be used when stabilized turbine
RPM (N2) is below 15%.
5. Fuel Firewall Shutoff CHECK OPEN
6. Fuel Computers BOTH NORM
7. All Anti-Ice Switches OFF
If no start in ten seconds:
8. E
 ither Start Button PRESS MOMENTARILY / REPEAT FOR
OPPOSITE ENGINE
Caution:

One start attempt will significantly reduce battery
endurance. Two attempts may deplete the batteries.
If no start:
9. Refer to MAXIMUM GLIDE EMERGENCY LANDING (below)
MAXIMUM GLIDE EMERGENCY LANDING
1. Flaps UP
2. Airspeed 150 KIAS
3. Speedbrakes RETRACT
4. Spoiler Hold Down ON
5. Landing Gear UP
6. Transponder EMERGENCY
7. Air Traffic Control ADVISE
8. Passenger Advisory Lights PASS SAFE
9. Crew/Passengers BRIEF
10. Landing Gear and Flaps AS REQUIRED for landing anticipated
(Be prepared to use LANDING GEAR DOES NOT EXTEND
procedure (E-74).
11. Auxiliary Hydraulic Power ON prior to landing

The anti-skid brakes and the roll spoilers are powered through
Note:
the auxiliary hydraulic pump. Lateral control is sufficient for a
maximum sideslip of one-half ball without roll spoilers.

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ENGINE FUEL COMPUTER MANUAL MODE ON



Steady light indicates that the affected engine
FUEL COMP
8
fuel computer is operating in the manual
MANUAL
mode. Flashing light (on ground before engine
LH
RH
start or after shutdown) indicates DEEC has
detected a system discrepancy
Indication on ground:
1. Correct Condition Prior to Flight
Indication in flight:
1. Throttles ADVANCE to maintain power.
Caution:

Engine acceleration is considerably slower with the fuel
computer operating in the manual mode.
Note: There may be a rapid change in engine power when the fuel
computer fails to manual mode.
2. Affected Engine Fuel Computer Switch MAN
3. Throttle RETARD

Reduce throttle position (affected engine) prior to
Caution:
attempting computer reset to prevent possible overspeed.
4. Affected Engine Fuel Computer Switch NORM
If still in MANUAL MODE:
5. Fuel Computer Switch (affected engine) MAN

Indicates that the engine synchronization is
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ENG SYNC
ON any time the flaps are not in the up position.
1. Engine Synchronizer OFF
Illumination indicates engines are configured
GROUND
10
for reduced idle. Light should illuminate eight
IDLE
seconds after touchdown.
If still in MANUAL MODE:
1. ADVISORY Indicates that the engines are in ground idle.
If ground idle light illuminates in flight:
2. Ground Idle Switch HIGH
3. Verify Light Extinguished
Caution:

The no takeoff warning system may be active due to a
failure of the landing gear squat switch.

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FALSE ENGINE START (GROUND)


1. Throttle OFF
Allow engine to motor for 15 seconds.
2. Starter Disengage Switch PRESS MOMENTARILY
ENGINE STARTER DOES NOT DISENGAGE
1. Starter Disengage Button PRESS
If starter does not disengage, start relay stuck:
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Battery Switch OFF


APU Generator OFF
GPU (if connected) DISCONNECT
Starter Disable Switch (in baggage compartment) ON
Affected Engine SHUTDOWN
HIGH SUSTAINED ITT DURING GROUND ENGINE SHUTDOWN

1. Throttle CHECK OFF


2. Start Button PRESS MOMENTARILY
After all indications of fire gone or a minimum of 20% turbine RPM:
3. Starter Disengage Switch PRESS
4. Engine Fire Switch (affected engine) LIFT COVER / PUSH

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THRUST REVERSER INADVERTENT IN FLIGHT DEPLOYMENT


Thrust reverser isolation valve is open. System
11
ARM
is pressurized.

Thrust reverser is not fully stowed.


DEPLOY
13

Thrust reverser is fully deployed.

12

1.
2.
3.
4.

UNLOCK

Control Wheel / Autopilot GRIP / DISENGAGE


Stow Switch (affected engine) EMER
Throttle (affected engine) CHECK IDLE
Airspeed REDUCE TO 200 KIAS MAXIMUM

If thrust reverser stows:


5. UNLOCK and DEPLOY LIGHT EXTINGUISHED
ARM Light ILLUMINATED
6. Throttle (affected engine) NORMAL OPERATION
7. Airspeed 250 KIAS MAXIMUM
8. Land as Soon as Practical; Refer to Normal Procedures BEFORE
LANDING
If thrust reverser does not stow:
Warning:

DO NOT ENGAGE AUTOPILOT.
Note: The airplane will pitch up and roll in the direction of the
deployed reverser.
The airplane is controllable through normal use of flight
controls.
5. Thrust Reverser Circuit Breakers (LH Panel) CHECK
IN

The thrust reverser circuit breakers control normal functions
Note:
on their respective side and emergency stow on the opposite
side; i.e., the L/H TR circuit breaker powers normal functions
on the L/H thrust reverser and emergency stow on the R/H
thrust reverser.
If thrust reverser STILL DOES NOT STOW:
9. Throttle (affected engine) CUTOFF
10. Airspeed 170 KIAS OR BELOW
11. Land As Soon As Possible; Refer to ENGINE FAILURE /
PRECAUTIONARY SHUTDOWN (E-9).

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THRUST REVERSER UNLOCK LIGHT ON IN FLIGHT


1. Stow Switch (affected engine) EMER
2. Thrust Reverser Levers CHECK THRUST REVERSER LEVERS
AT STOWED (FULL FORWARD) POSITION
3. Airspeed MAINTAIN 250 KIAS OR BELOW
4. Land as Soon as Practical Refer to Normal Procedures, BEFORE
LANDING.
THRUST REVERSER ARM LIGHT ON IN FLIGHT
1. T
 hrust Reverser Levers CHECK THRUST REVERSER LEVERS
AT STOWED (FULL FORWARD) POSITION
2. Stow Switch VERIFY NORM
If light remains illuminated:
3. Stow Switch EMER
4. Land as Soon as Practical Refer to Normal Procedures, BEFORE
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DITCHING
Ditching is not approved under FAR 25.801 and was not conducted
during certification testing of the airplane. Should ditching be required,
the following procedures are recommended:
PRELIMINARY
1. Radio MAYDAY (Identify airplane, position, heading, altitude and
ISA)
2. Transponder 7700
3. Locator Beacon EMER
4. Environmental Control Unit Package Switches and ENG BLD AIR
Switches OFF (Prevents water from entering through bleed
valves)
5. Passenger Advisory Switch PASS SAFE (Check aft facing seats
full aft and all seats upright and outboard)
6. Water Barrier IN POSITION (IF REQUIRED)
Caution: The water barrier must be in position prior to opening the
cabin door if this exit is selected as an egress route.
7. P
 assenger Life Jackets ON (Life jackets should not be inflated
until outside airplane)
APPROACH
1. Gear UP
2. Flaps FULL DOWN
3. Speed VREF
4. Rate-of-Descent 200 to 300 FT PER MINUTE
5. Plan approach to parallel any uniform swell pattern and attempt to
touch down along a wave crest or just behind it. If the surface wind
is very strong or the surface rough and irregular, ditch into the
wind on the back side of a wave.
WATER CONTACT
1. Airplane Pitch Attitude Slightly higher than normal landing
attitude
2. Reduce airspeed and rate-of-descent to a minimum but do not stall
the airplane
3. Throttles CUTOFF just prior to water contact and contact water
on a crest of a swell, parallel to the major swell
AFTER WATER CONTACT
Under reasonable ditching conditions, the airplane should remain afloat
an adequate amount of time to launch and board life rafts in an orderly
manner.
The main cabin door should remain closed and evacuation made
through the emergency exit.
Note: If a water barrier is aboard, it will allow use of the cabin door
as an additional egress route. The water barrier must be in
position for ditching if there are more than 9 passengers
aboard, and must be installed before the door is opened.

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INADVERTENT STALL (STICK SHAKER, BUFFET AND/OR


ROLL-OFF)
1.
2.
3.
4.

Autopilot DISCONNECT
Pitch Attitude REDUCE
Roll Attitude LEVEL
Throttles MAXIMUM THRUST

Note: NOTE: Pitch attitude should be promptly reduced to at least


0 to 5 nose down. Prompt aileron input may be required to
maintain wings level flight.
5. Airspeed INCREASE
6. Altitude RETURN TO PREVIOUS ALTITUDE
7. Throttles AS REQUIRED

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APU FIRE
 
Illumination indicates APU FIRE detection
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loops have sensed a fire or an overheat
APU
FIRE
condition.
1. APU Fire Warning Switch LIFT COVER/PUSH
Caution: Procedure may differ according to the type of APU
installation in the aircraft. Refer to the Aircraft Flight
Manual.
Warning: THE BATTERIES MUST BE INSTALLED AND SWITCH
IN BATT OR THE GENERATOR(S) MUST BE ON AND
OPERATING PRIOR TO AND DURING ALL APU OPERATION
TO ENSURE FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM POWER.
2. A
 PU VERIFY SHUTDOWN APU RELAY ENGAGE / READY TO
LOAD lights extinguished.
3. APU Bleed Air Valve Switch CLOSED
4. APU Generator Switch OFF
5. APU Master Switch OFF
6. R
 ight Engine Fuel Boost Pump NORM (If it was turned on for
start)
If APU FIRE annunciator remains illuminated:
7. LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
APU FAILS TO SHUT DOWN WITH APU STOP SWITCH (READY TO
LOAD LIGHT REMAINS ILLUMINATED)
1. APU MASTER Switch OFF

Do not restart APU until condition corrected; indicates
Note:
overspeed sensor has failed.
APU RELAY ENGAGED, ANNUNCIATOR REMAINS ILLUMINATED
AFTER START OR BEFORE SHUTDOWN WITH APU GENERATOR
OFF

APU relay is closed either for APU start, APU
APU RELAY
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ENGAGED
generator operation, or the relay is stuck.
1. APU Generator OFF, THEN ON
Note: The APU RELAY ENGAGED light is illuminated during the first
portion of the start, and should extinguish prior to the READY
TO LOAD light illuminating.
2. APU Ammeter OBSERVE generator load.
3. APU STRTR DISENGAGE Switch STRTR DISENGAGE
4. APU Ammeter VERIFY zero current.
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IF APU AMMETER CONTINUES TO SHOW CURRENT:


5.
6.
7.
8.

APU Generator OFF


Leave APU Running Maximum airplane altitude 30,000 ft.
Land as soon as practical.
After landing:
a. Main Engines SHUTDOWN
b. Starter Disable Switch (Baggage compartment) ON
c. APU Shutdown VERIFY


An automatic shutdown of the APU has
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APU FAIL
occurred.
Prior to APU start:
ADVISORY: Do not start APU until condition corrected; indicates fire
bottle pressure low.
While APU running:
1. A
 PU VERIFY SHUTDOWN; APU RELAY ENGAGED/READY TO
LOAD lights extinguished.
2. APU Bleed Air Valve Switch CLOSED
3. APU Generator Switch OFF
4. APU Master Switch OFF
5. Right Fuel Boost Pump NORM

Selecting the APU bleed air switch on the
BLEED VAL
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OPEN
APU panel to OPEN will direct bleed air from
the APU to the airplane bleed air system
for ECU operation. The BLEED VLV OPEN
annunciator will illuminate. Placing the bleed
air switch to CLOSE will deactivate the bleed
air valve and extinguish the BLEED VAL OPEN
annunciator. Check AFM for APU limitations
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FUEL SCHEMATIC

FORWARD FAIRING
EJECTOR PUMPS
WING FUEL
TRANSFER
VALVE

SECONDARY
EJECTOR
PUMPS

BOOST
PUMPS

F
U
E
L

PRIMARY
EJECTOR
PUMPS

FIREWALL
SHUTOFF
VALVE

TO APU

FUS TANK
FILL VLV

FUS TANK
XFER FAIL

FUEL
SHUTOFF
VALVE
P

FUEL HEATER
FUEL FILTER

FUEL FILTER
BYPASS

FUSELAGE
BOOST
PUMPS

6.5 PSID

FUEL LOW
PRESS

FCU

6.5 PSID

FCU

ENGINE-DRIVEN
FUEL PUMP

ENGINE FUEL SUPPLY


MOTIVE FLOW
FUSELAGE TANK TRANSFER

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FUEL BOOST PUMP ON



Indicates that the respective fuel boost pump
FUEL
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was either automatically or manually turned
BOOST ON
ON.
LH
RH
Automatically activated:
1. Fuel Boost Switch (affected pump) ON, then NORM
Check for corresponding FUEL LOW PRESS light to illuminate and
extinguish as NORM is reselected.
If FUEL BOOST ON light remains illuminated or activates again:
2. Fuel Boost Switch (affected pump) ON
Note:

If FUEL BOOST ON light remains illuminated and the FUEL
LOW PRESS light illuminates, fuel pressure from the primary
ejector pump may be low.
LOW FUEL PRESSURE
FUEL LOW
19 
Illumination indicates fuel pressure switch has
PRESS
been actuated by less than 5 PSI fuel pressure.
LH

RH

1. Fuel Boost ON (check boost pump circuit breakers in) LH Panel


2. Fuel Quantity CHECK
3. Fuel Transfer IF REQUIRED
LOW FUEL QUANTITY

Indicates wing fuel quantity is low.
FUEL LOW
20
LEVEL
Approximately 350 lbs of usable fuel remains
LH
RH
in the indicated tank.
1. Fuel Boost ON (check boost pump circuit breakers in)
2. Land as Soon as Practical
FUEL FILTER BYPASS

Indicates fuel filter is contaminated and that
FUEL FLTR
21
BYPASS
there is an actual or impending bypass.
LH

RH

1. Inspect filter(s) after landing.



IF BOTH LIGHTS ARE ON, CONSIDER THE POSSIBILITY
Warning:
OF CONTAMINATED FUEL AND THE PARTIAL OR TOTAL
LOSS OF THRUST FROM BOTH ENGINES. LANDING AS
SOON AS POSSIBLE MAY BE ADVISED.

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WING TRANSFER VALVE OPEN



ADVISORY: Indicates that the wing transfer
WING FUEL
22
XFER OPEN
valve has been opened. Required during fuel
transfer.
FUSELAGE FUEL TANK LOW LEVEL

FUS TANK
23

Indicates the fuselage tank fuel quantity is low.

LOW

1. W
 hen FUS TANK XFER FAIL light illuminates Fuselage Transfer
Switch OFF
FUSELAGE TANK FUEL PUMP 1 OR 2 LIGHT ON

ADVISORY: Indicates that the respective
FUS TANK
24
FUEL PUMP
fuselage fuel tank fuel pump is on.
1

FUSELAGE FUEL TRANSFER FAILURE



Indicates fuselage fuel transfer system has
FUS TANK
25
XFER FAIL
failed to provide adequate pressure.
1. Fuselage Fuel Pump CBs (LH panel) CHECK CLOSED
2. Fuselage Transfer Switch OFF for two minutes; then ON
If fuel transfer still inoperative:
3. M
 anual Override FUS TANK X-FER Handle PULL (located in aft
vanity)

Verify fuselage transfer switch is ON and FUS tank fuel pump
Note:
1/2 lights illuminated.
If fuel transfer still inoperative:
4. Fuselage Transfer Switch OFF
5. Land as soon as practical
a.
Flight time not to exceed one hour from the time that the transfer
pump failed when the zero weight C.G. is aft of FS 327
b. No flight time restriction when the zero weight C.G. is forward
of FS 327

WHEN THE ZERO FUEL C.G. IS AFT OF FS 327, FAILURE
Warning:
TO TRANSFER THE FUEL FROM THE FUSELAGE FUEL
TANK COULD RESULT IN THE AIRPLANE CENTER-OFGRAVITY EXCEEDING THE APPROVED AFT CENTER-OFGRAVITY LIMIT.
6. M
 aximum Operating Speed VMO/MMO 290 KIAS / 0.83 MACH
(INDICATED)
7. Maximum Operating Altitude 45,000 FT

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FUSELAGE TANK FILL VALVE


Indicates the fuselage tank fill valve is not fully
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FUS TANK
closed. Fuel may transfer from the left wing to
FILL VLV
the fuselage tank.
Indication on ground:
1. Correct condition prior to flight
Indication in flight (fuselage fuel quantity increasing):
1. F
 uselage Fuel Tank Transfer Switch ON, then OFF when
fuselage fuel quantity reaches zero. Repeat as required.
If LH boost pump OFF:
2. W
 ing Fuel Transfer As required to maintain fuel balance (MAX
asymmetrical fuel balance is 200 lbs)
3. Land as soon as practical
If LH boost pump ON:
2. Battery EMER for five minutes
a. Wing Fuel Transfer LH FROM RH, as required to balance
fuel.
Note:

The fuselage fuel tank fill valve is closed and the LH boost
pump function associated with the fuselage fuel tank fill valve
is disabled with the battery in EMER. The wing fuel quantity is
balanced during this period.
3. Battery BATT for five minutes
a. Wing Fuel Transfer OFF
Note: The battery must be in BATT for five minutes out of every ten
minutes to provide sufficient battery charging.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 every ten minutes
5. Land as soon as practical

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CB LOCATIONS
1

CROSSOVER RIGHT FEED LEFT CB PANEL


RH FUEL COMPUTER
RH FUEL FLOW
RH FUEL QUANTITY
RH FUEL TEMP
RH FUSELAGE PUMP
RH HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
DE-ICE
RH IGNITION
RH OIL PRESSURE
RH OIL TEMP
RH PITOT STATIC
RH THRUST REVERSER
RH TURBINE SPEED
RH WING ANTI-ICE
RAT
WARNING LIGHT 2
WINDSHIELD BLEED AIR

AOA
AURAL WARNING 2
CABIN TEMP
DEFOG FAN
DIGITAL CLOCK 2
FLAP AND SPOILER INDICATOR
FUEL TRANSFER
FUSELAGE FUEL QUANTITY
HYDRAULIC FLUID VOLUME
LH BOOST PUMP
LH ENGINE BLEED AIR
LH THRUST REVERSER
EMERGENCY STOW
GEAR WARNING LIGHTS
MANUAL CABIN TEMP
RH ALTIMETER (VIBRATOR)
RH AOA
RH ENGINE ANTI-ICE

CROSSOVER LEFT FEED - RIGHT CB PANEL


A/P 1
ADF
APU BLEED AIR VALVE
APU FIRE BOTTLE
APU FIRE DETECT
APU MASTER
APU TEST
AUDIO 1
AVN ADVISORY
CVR
DATA STORAGE
DME 1
FD 1
FOOTWELL LIGHTS

HF1
LH LANDING LIGHT
LH PANEL LIGHTS
MAPLIGHTS
NAV DATA BASE
NAV LIGHTS
R-NAV 1
RAD-TEL/CAB-INPH
RADIO ALTIMETER 1
RMI 1
TRANSPONDER 1
VLF 1
VOICE ADVISE
WING INSPECTION LIGHTS

CROSSFEED BUS
EMERGENCY CROSSOVER
FLAP POWER

EMERGENCY
CROSSOVER
LEFT CB PANEL

EMERGENCY POWER

LEFT FEEDLEFT CB PANEL


LEFT AUX J-BOX

LEFT FAN RPM


LEFT ITT
RIGHT FAN RPM
RIGHT ITT
SECONDARY PITCH TRIM

LH FIRE DETECT
RH FIRE DETECT
LH FIREWALL SHUTOFF
RH FIREWALL SHUTOFF
LH PITOT STATIC
ANTI-ICE
COCKPIT FLOOD LIGHTS

EMERGENCY
AVIONICS BUS
RIGHT CB PANEL

AID DATA COMPUTER


COMM 1
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
TRIM ADVISORY
NAV 1
STANDBY GYRO
RMU 1
AHRS 2
RMI 1

12

LEFT AUX J-BOX


APU COOLING FAN
LH FUEL HEATER
LH GENERATOR INLET
HEATER
LH WING FAIRING
ANTI-ICE
REFRESHMENT CENTER

13

RIGHT FEED BUS


RIGHT FEEDRIGHT CB PANEL
RIGHT AUX J-BOX

AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC PUMP


BAGGAGE AND TAILCONE LIGHTS
BATTERY EMERGENCY
DISCONNECT
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
PRIMARY TRIM
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
PRIMARY TRIM CONTROL
IGNITION (START ONLY)
VOLMETER
WING TO TANK FILL VALVE
STEERING ACCUM BLEED VALVE
WATER WASTE
ELT

LEFT FEED BUS

11

BATTERY BUS

DRAIN HEATER
FUSELAGE TANK FILL
VALVE
LH BOOST PUMP
LH IGNITION
(SECONDARY AND
ENG. ANTI-ICE)
LH RECOGNITION LIGHTS
LH TAXI LIGHT
OXYGEN SEAT BELT SIGN

10

RIGHT AUX J. BOX


AFT VANITY
RH FUEL HEATER
RH GENERATOR INLET HEATER
RH WING FAIRING ANTI-ICE
RUDDER BIAS HEAT

GROUND RECOGNITION
LIGHTS
RH BOOST PUNP
RH IGNITION
RH RECOGITION LIGHT
RH TAXI LIGHT
TOILET

R. EMERGENCY BUS
RIGHT CB PANEL
AVIONICS EMERG BUS
EMERGENCY CROSSOVER

RIGHT FEED - RIGHT CB PANEL

XOVR RIGHT FEEDLEFT CB PANEL


A/P 2
AC INVERTER NO.2
ADF 2
ANTI-COLLISION LIGHT
AUDIO 2
CABIN READING LIGHTS
CENTER PANEL
COMM 2
DME 2

EL PANEL LIGHTS
ENCODING ALTIMETER 2
FD 2
FLIGHT DATA RECORDER
HSI 2
NAV 2
RH LANDING LIGHT
RH PANEL LIGHT
RH START
RADAR
RMI 2
TRANSPONDER 2
VLF 2

LEFT FEED - LEFT CB PANEL

XOVR LEFT FEEDRIGHT CB PANEL


AC INVERTER NO. 1
AFT BAGGAGE HEATER
AILERON BOOST
ANTI-SKID
BATT TEMP AURAL WARN 1
COCKPIT TEMPERATURE
DIGITAL CLOCK 1
ENGINE SYNC
EQUIPMENT COOLING
FLAP CONTROL
FLIGHT HOUR METER
FUSELAGE TANK SHUTOFF
GEAR CONTROL

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LH AOA
LH ENGINE ANTI-ICE
LH FUEL COMPUTER
LH FUEL FLOW
LH FUEL QUANTITY
LH FUEL TEMP
LH FUSELAGE PUMP
LH HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
DE-ICE
LH IGNITION (ON POSITION)
LH OIL PRESSURE
LH OIL TEMP

LH START
LH THRUST REVERSER
LH TURBINE SPEED
LH WING ANTI-ICE
MACH WARNING
POWER STEERING
PRESSURIZATION
RH BOOST PUMP
RH ENGINE BLEED AIR
RH THRUST REVERSER
EMERGENCY STOW
RAT HEATER
RUDDER BIAS
SPOILER HYDRAULICS
(HOLDDOWN)
WARNING LIGHTS 1
WINDSHIELD ALCOHOL

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L
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C

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
RIGHT CB PANEL

11

EMER AVIONICS BUS

LEFT CB PANEL

10
15A

EMER XOVR BUS

3
XOVR RIGHT FEED

35A

12

RIGHT EMER BUS

XOVR LEFT FEED

35A

35A

LEFT FEED
LEFT CB PANEL
75A 75A

AFT
J-BOX

75A

35A

13

RIGHT FEED
RIGHT CB PANEL
75A 75A

75A

LMT CB

BATT

EMER
POWER
RELAY

OFF
EMER

EMER

BATT/
OFF

80A 80A

LH GEN
OFF
RESET

80A

LEFT FEED BUS


AFT J-BOX
A

LH
POWER
RELAY

LH START
RELAY

300A

300A

A
LH

DISENGAGE RH

80A

A
RH
POWER
RELAY

START
DISC

RH START
RELAY
BATTERY BUS

GROUND
POWER
RELAY

R AUX J-BOX

RIGHT FEED BUS


AFT J-BOX

ENGINE START

GEN
OFF
LH RH

APU
POWER
RELAY

APU

E-28

80A 80A

CROSSFEED BUS
AFT J-BOX

BATTERY RELAY

GCU
LH
GEN

AFT J-BOX

L AUX J-BOX

GCU

BATT DISC
1 N
O
R
2 M

RESET

RH
GEN

BATT

BATT

RH GEN
OFF

BATTERY
DISCONNECT
RELAY

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COCKPIT OR CABIN FIRE OR SMOKE DETECT LIGHT ON


Illumination indicates smoke detected in
SMOKE
27
aircraft.
DETECT
1. Oxygen Masks DON and EMERGENCY
2. Smoke Goggles DON (as required)
3. Oxygen Microphone Switches MIC OXY MASK
4. Wheel INPH/MIC Switches INPH POSITION, as required
5. PASS OXY ON
6. Cockpit Divider Door OPEN
7. Wemac Boost Switch OFF
8. Interior Master Switch OFF
9. Defog Fan OFF
10. Electrical Source:
If known:
11. Isolate Faulty Circuits
12. Proceed to FIRE SUPPRESSION and SMOKE REMOVAL
Procedures, as required (E-27)
If unknown:
11. Floodlights FULL BRIGHT
12. CTL Lights (if installed) FULL COUNTER CLOCKWISE
13. Battery Switch EMER
14. Generators OFF
15. Standby Control Head Use if required for Com 1 and Nav 1
frequencies (Primus Radio Installation Only)
16. Windshield Bleed Air Manual Valves OFF
17. Emergency Descent AS REQUIRED
18. Cabin Pressurization MANUAL CONTROL ONLY IS AVAILABLE
19. Refer to BEFORE LANDING EMER BATTERY (E-31)

Battery power is required to operate pitch trim; excessive
Caution:
use of trim will prematurely drain the battery.
Caution: The engine fuel computers will be operating in
manual mode with the Battery switch in EMER and the
generators OFF. Advance throttles to maintain power.
Engine acceleration is considerably slower with the fuel
computers operating in the manual mode.
For operable and inoperable items, refer to SYSTEM STATUS (E-32).

WHETHER OR NOT THE SMOKE HAS DISSIPATED, IF
Warning:
IT CANNOT BE VISIBLY VERIFIED THAT THE FIRE HAS
BEEN EXTINGUISHED FOLLOWING FIRE SUPPRESSION
AND OR SMOKE REMOVAL PROCEDURES, LAND AS
SOON AS POSSIBLE.
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If severity warrants:
20. Initiate Smoke Removal by holding the Cabin Pressure Manual
Control UP/DOWN switch to UP and turn the Rate knob to
Maximum.
21. All Electrical Switches OFF
Note:

Emergency Dump switch is inoperative with the Battery in
EMER and the Generators OFF.
If severity warrants:
22. Fire Extinguisher UNSTOW AND REMOVE SAFETY PIN
23. Fire LOCATE AND EXTINGUISH
24. Cockpit PAC Switch OFF
Cabin Fire:
Note:

A portable fire extinguisher is located in the cabin inside a
compartment placarded FIRE EXTINGUISHER.
1. Crewmember ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING:
a. Unplug Oxygen Hose / Microphone Cord
b. Proceed to Cabin WITH MASK and GOGGLES
c. Portable Oxygen Bottle LOCATE / PLUG IN HOSE (verify
flow)
d. Fire Extinguisher UNSTOW and remove safety pin
e. Fire LOCATE AND EXTINGUISH

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BEFORE LANDING EMER BATTERY


Note:

Fully charged batteries provide at least 30 minutes of
operational time (if using the emergency bus).
1. Primary Trim USE ONLY WHEN LANDING ASSURED (if using the
emergency bus)
2. Landing Data CONFIRM
VAPP (per landing flap schedule)
VREF (per landing flap schedule)
Takeoff Thrust Fan Speed (N1)
Landing Distance (per landing flap schedule)
3. Avionics and Flight Instruments SET
4. Passengers BRIEF
5. Seats, Seat Belts, Shoulder Harnesses SECURE
Note:

Battery power may be insufficient to extend the flaps
for approach and landing. Refer to the table below for
appropriate approach speeds and landing distances.
If more than 30 minutes has elapsed while on emergency
battery, consideration should be given to using the
EMERGENCY GEAR EXTENSION, LANDING GEAR DOES
NOT EXTEND procedure (E-64), and waiting until landing
assured to switch the battery to BATT for flap extension.
If landing on emergency bus, anti-skid will be inoperative.
Multiply the scheduled landing distance by 1.6 Depending
on the nature of the failure, if the crew determines it to
be safe, the battery switch may be turned on just prior to
touchdown to regain anti-skid and thrust reversers.
6. Battery Switch BATT
Adjusted VREF
WT

23K*

22K*

21K*

20K

19K

18K

17K

16K

VREF 0

168*

165*

159*

155

151

148

143

139

VREF 7

155*

152*

147*

143

141

137

132

124

VREF 20

143*

140*

138*

135

132

129

126

122

VREF FULL

138*

135*

133*

130

128

124

121

118

* Use in an emergency which requires landing at weights in excess of 20,000 lbs.

Landing Weight Below 18,000 Lbs:


a. FLAPS UP Multiply 20 Flap Distance by 1.5
b. FLAPS 7 Multiply 20 Flap Distance by 1.2
Landing Weight Above 18,000 Lbs:
c. FLAPS UP Multiply 20 Flap Distance by 2.0
d. FLAPS 7 Multiply 20 Flap Distance by 1.5
7. Landing Gear DOWN AND LOCKED
8. Flaps LANDING FLAP SCHEDULE
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9. Speedbrakes RETRACT
10. Airspeed VREF (per landing flap schedule)
11. Battery Switch EMER
12. Battery Switch BATT JUST PRIOR TO TOUCHDOWN IF CREW
DETERMINES IT TO BE SAFE
13. Nose Wheel Steering Switch PUSH; VERIFY ARMED LIGHT IS
ON

(If landing on Emergency Bus). With the battery switch
Caution:
selected to EMER, the Thrust Reversers and the AntiSkid system will be inoperative. However, the Power
Brake system continues to function normally. Excessive
brake pedal pressure can cause all wheel brakes to lock
resulting in a blow out of all main wheel tires.
SYSTEM STATUS
With the battery switch in emer and the generators OFF, only the
following items are operational:
Fan Speed Indicators (N1)
ITT Indicators
AHRS 2
Primary Pitch Trim
Secondary pitch Trim
Horizontal Trim Advisory (clacker)
Cockpit Flood Lights
Emergency Lighting
Cabin Entrance Lighting
NAV 1
RMI or PN101 (Optional)
COMM 1
Digital Air Data Computer 1
Pilots Airspeed Indicator
Pilots IVSI
AC Inverter 1
Pilots and Copilots Audio Amps
Standby Attitude Gyro
Auxiliary Hydraulic Pump
Fire Detect & Extinguishing System
Pilots Pitot Static Heaters
RMU 1 (Primus Radio Option)
Standby Radio Control Head (Primus Radio Option)

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The following items which warrant specific attention, are not operative
with the battery switch in emer and the generators OFF:
Flaps
Aileron Boost (force increased, authority unchanged)
Cabin Pressurization (Manual Control Only)
Electric Windshield Anti-Ice, Copilots Pitot Static Heaters,
AOA probe heat (stall warning is inoperative), Horizontal
Stabilizer Anti-Ice, and Wing Root heat are inoperative. Engine,
Wing, and Windshield Bleed Air valves open.
All external lights except those specified above.
Flight guidance systems including EFIS displays, autopilot
and AHRS 1, all instruments, avionics, and annunciators
except those specified above.
Normal landing gear operation
Anti-Skid is inoperative

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BATTERY OVERHEAT
28

BATT
OTEMP
1

1. Amperage CHECK
2. Battery Disconnect Switch POSITION TO OVERHEATED
BATTERY
3. Amperage NOTE DECREASE

Note:
The BATT O'TEMP light may flash after the overheated battery
has been disconnected. This is considered normal as it takes
a period of time for the battery to reach its peak temperature
and then start to decrease.
If no amperage decrease (battery does not disconnect):
4. APU Generator OFF
5. Battery Switch OFF
6. Battery Voltage CHECK, one volt less than generator voltage

Note:
Battery voltage may take from 30 seconds to two minutes to
show less than generator voltage. This verifies the batteries
are disconnected.
7. Secondary Trim ON, as required
8. Land as Soon as Practical Use Normal Procedure BEFORE
LANDING
If on the ground with EPU battery charging:
1. Battery Charge Switch (baggage compartment) NORMAL
OPEN CURRENT LIMITER OR CIRCUIT BREAKER IN AFT
ELECTRICAL JUNCTION BOX
AFT

Indicates an open current limiter or circuit
29
J-BOX
breaker in the aft junction box.
LMT

CB

1. If Indication Occurs On Ground Correct condition prior to flight.


2. If Indication Occurs in Flight, Electrical System MONITOR

Warning:
DO NOT TURN OFF THE GENERATORS BECAUSE
PARTIAL ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FAILURE MAY OCCUR
ON THE BUS ASSOCIATED WITH A GENERATOR SWITCH
TURNED OFF.

Note:
The generator voltages may vary from 25 to 33 V with an open
current limiter. This is normal and will not harm the electrical
system.

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MASTER WARNING LIGHT ON STEADY



ADVISORY Indicates loss of left or
30
MASTER
right bus power to the annunciator panel;
WARNING
therefore
only one-half of the panel is
RESET
operative. The illuminated Master Warning
is the failed side.
1. WARN LTS Circuit Breakers CHECK.
2. 75-AMP Circuit Breakers CHECK
3. LH CB PNL PWR CBs (RH CB Panel) CHECK
4. Instruments (Hydraulic, Electrical and Engine) MONITOR
SINGLE GENERATOR FAILURE

Indicates loss of 28 VDC generator power
GEN
31
OFF
on the designated side. Loss of both
LH
RH
generators triggers the Master Warning
Reset.

Before attempting a generator reset, check voltage of the
Note:
operating; if greater than 28.5 V, turn operating generator
OFF.
1. Failed Generator RESET, then GEN
If unable to reset:
2.
3.
4.
5.

Freon Air Conditioning OFF


Failed Generator OFF
Electrical Load MONITOR
APU Generator (if installed) AS REQUIRED
LOSS OF BOTH GENERATORS (MASTER WARNING RESET WILL
FLASH)

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Electrical Load REDUCE AS REQUIRED


Interior Master Switch OFF
Freon Air Conditioning (if installed) OFF
Generator Switches BOTH RESET, THEN OFF
Generator Voltage CHECK (use voltage select switch) left and
right generator readings.

Note: Generator(s) may not reset if voltage is greater than 29.5 V.

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If on the ground with EPU battery charging:
6. Generator (closest to 28.5 V) GEN
Note:

Monitor generator voltage and current for evidence of
satisfactory operation. DO NOT switch on second generator
if first generator came on line unless the first generator
malfunctions. GCUs may trip both generators off again. If
first generator malfunctions, switch it OFF and switch second
generator to GEN.
7. Generator Switch OFF (if reset attempt fails or generator
malfunctions)
8. Opposite Generator Switch RESET, then ON (if first GEN OFF)
One generator on line:
9. Electrical Load REDUCE AS REQUIRED
10. Descent, Approach, Before Landing, Landing USE NORMAL
PROCEDURES
If neither generator comes on-line and in-flight APU and dual 40
or dual 44 AMP/HR batt equipped:
9. 20,000 FT MAX
10. APU START/GENERATOR ON (one attempt within 30
minutes of dual generator failure)
11. Electrical Load REDUCE AS REQUIRED
12. Altitude 30,000 FT MAX with APU ON
13. Descent, Approach, Before Landing, Landing USE
NORMAL PROCEDURES
If neither generator comes on-line and not in-flight APU equipped
or APU would not start:
9. Floodlights FULL BRIGHT
10. CTL Lights (if installed) FULL COUNTER CLOCKWISE
11. Battery Switch EMER
12. Standby Control Head Use as required for COM 1 and NAV 1
frequencies (Primus Radio Installation Only)
13. Windshield Bleed Air Manual Valves OFF
14. Land as Soon as Practical
15. Refer to BEFORE LANDING EMER BATTERY (E-31)

Battery power is required to operate pitch trim; excessive
Caution:
use of trim will prematurely drain the battery.
Caution: The engine fuel computers will be operating in manual
mode with the Battery switch in EMER and the generators
OFF. Advance throttles to maintain power. Engine
acceleration is considerably slower with fuel computers
operating in the manual mode.
For operable and inoperable items, refer to SYSTEM STATUS (E-32)

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SINGLE INVERTER FAILURE



Indicates alternating current inverter voltage
INVERTER
32
FAIL
or frequency is outside allowable limits. Loss
1
2
of both inverters triggers the master warning
system.
1. Circuit Breakers CHECK (LH panel AC INV 1, AC INV 1 EMER,
RH Panel AC INV 2)
2. AC INV 1 Circuit Breaker DO NOT RESET
Note: Power automatically transfer to the emergency bus.
3. AC INV 1 EMER Circuit Breaker ATTEMPT ONE RESET
If circuit breaker reopens:
4. L
 and as Soon as Practical using remaining (pilots or copilots)
instruments
If circuit breakers are in or reset and inverter is still failed:
INVERTER FAIL 1 LIGHT ON
4. A
 C XOVER Switch 2 to 1, VERIFY PILOTS AIR DATA
INSTRUMENTS ON AND NO FLAGS IN VIEW
5. Inverter Fail Light MONITOR, CONFIRM INV FAIL 2 LIGHT IS
NOT ON

Illumination of the Inverter FAIL 2 light when AC XOVER has
Note:
been selected indicates that a short is present in the number
1 AC bus.
6. AC XOVER Switch NORM
Note: If the Inverter FAIL 1 light extinguishes, the inverter has
experienced a temporary fault and the inverter has recovered.
If INVERTER FAIL 1 light remains on:
7. A
 C XOVER Switch 2 to 1, VERIFY PILOTS AIR DATA
INSTRUMENTS ON AND NO FLAGS IN VIEW

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INVERTER FAIL 2 LIGHT ON


4. A
 C XOVER Switch 1 to 2, VERIFY COPILOTS AIR DATA
INSTRUMENTS ON AND NO FLAGS IN VIEW
5. Inverter Fail Light MONITOR, CONFIRM INV FAIL 1 LIGHT
IS NOT ON

Illumination of the Inverter FAIL 1 light when AC XOVER has
Note:
been selected indicates that a short is present in the number
2 AC bus.
6. AC XOVER Switch NORM
Note: If the INVERTER FAIL 2 light extinguishes, the inverter has
experienced a temporary fault and the inverter has recovered.
If INVERTER FAIL 2 light remains on:
7. A
 C XOVER Switch 1 to 2, VERIFY PILOTS AIR DATA
INSTRUMENTS ON AND NO FLAGS IN VIEW
If respective air data remains inoperative:
8. AC XOVER Switch NORM
9. Land as Soon as Practical using remaining (pilots or copilots)
Instruments
If opposite (second) inverter fails:
8. AC XOVER Switch NORM
9. Second Inverter Circuit Breakers CHECK
10. Refer to DOUBLE INVERTER FAILURE Procedure
DOUBLE INVERTER FAILURE
1. A
 irspeed USE STANDBY INDICATOR (observe placard VMO
schedule)
2. Pilots Altimeter PNEU (copilots airspeed and altimeter will be
inoperative)
3. AC INV NO. 1 / AC INV NO. 1 EMER CBs (LH CB Panel) PULL
If INVERTER FAIL 2 annunciator extinguishes:
4. AC XOVER 2 TO 1
Note: If inverter 2 recovers, DO NOT RESET the inverter 1 circuit
breaker.
5. Airspeed USE NORMAL INDICATORS
6. Pilots Altimeter CADC (both pilots and copilots airspeed and
altimeter will be operative)

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If INVERTER FAIL 1 and 2 annunciator remain illuminated:
4. AC INV NO. 1 / AC INV NO. 1 EMER CBs (LH Panel) RESET
5. AC INV NO. 2 Circuit Breaker (RH CB panel) PULL
If INVERTER FAIL 1 annunciator extinguishes:
7. AC XOVER 1 TO 2

Note:
If inverter 1 recovers, DO NOT RESET the inverter 2 circuit
breaker.
8. A
 irspeed USE NORMAL INDICATORS
9. Pilots Altimeter CADC (both pilots and copilots airspeed and
altimeter will be operative)
If INVERTER FAIL 1 and 2 annunciator remain illuminated:
6. Land as Soon as Practical

Note:
Transponder altitude reporting will be inoperative
Autopilot will operate only in basic altitude hold
P
 ilots standby airspeed and pneumatic altitude are the
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AUTOPILOT FAILURE
1. AP/TRIM/NWS Disengage Switch PRESS


The SPZ-8000 is a fully monitored autopilot and will
Note:
disengage without a significant attitude or heading
change.
A
 ltitude loss was not appreciable during malfunctions
during all phases of flight including climb, descent, and
coupled approaches.
UNCONTROLLED AIRCRAFT ROLL
1. AP/TRIM/NWS Disengage Switch PRESS
2. Control Wheel STOP ROLL APPLY OPPOSITE ROLL
CONTROL
If roll not arrested:
3. Spoiler Hold Down ON
If roll still not arrested:
4. Auxiliary Hydraulic Pump OFF
Caution:

A change in roll and/or yaw during flap selection may
be caused by asymmetric flaps. If an asymmetry occurs
during flap selection, return the flap selector to the
previous position and land without any further flap
position change. If an unexplained asymmetry occurs
at a fixed flap selector position, do not attempt any flap
position changes prior to landing. These asymmetries
may not be annunciated
Caution: Speedbrakes and spoilers are inoperative because
the spoiler hold down switch is on.
L
 imiting crosswind component is 10 Kts when
auxiliary hydraulic pump is off.
Multiply the landing distance by 1.25.
5. Land as Soon as Practical


Roll spoilers are operative with the spoiler hold down
Note:
switch ON and the auxiliary hydraulic power switch either
in the NORM or ON position.
R
 oll spoilers are inoperative with the spoiler hold down
switch ON and the auxiliary hydraulic power switch OFF.
Lateral control is sufficient for a maximum sideslip of
one-half ball without roll spoilers.

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JAMMED ROLL CONTROL SYSTEM


1.
2.
3.
4.

AP/TRIM/NWS Disengage Switch PRESS


Pilot and Copilot Control Wheels RELEASE
Aileron Spoiler Disconnect T-Handle PULL
Pilots and Copilots Control Wheels VERIFY ROLL RESPONSE

Warning: PILOT OR COPILOT INPUT FORCE TO THE CONTROL


WHEEL WILL INCREASE THE T-HANDLE PULL FORCE AND
MAY PREVENT THE T-HANDLE FROM DISCONNECTING
THE PILOT AND COPILOT ROLL CONTROL SYSTEMS.
Note: T
 he pilots control wheel will operate the ailerons and the
copilots control wheel will operate the roll spoilers when
the T-handle is pulled.
T
 he use of rudder pedal input will aid in lateral
controllability.
If LEFT pilots control wheel response satisfactory:
Caution:

Inadvertent movement of the copilots control wheel
could cause a roll spoiler to extend.
5. Auxiliary Hydraulic Power OFF
6. Spoiler Hold Down Switch ON
7. Land as Soon as Practical Refer to Normal Procedures, Before
Landing.
Caution: Multiply the landing distance by 1.25.
S
 peed brakes and spoilers are inoperative because
the spoiler hold down switch is on.
L
 imiting crosswind component is 10 Kts and lateral
control is sufficient for a maximum sideslip of onehalf ball when the roll spoilers are inoperative.
If LEFT pilots control wheel is still jammed:
5. Copilots Control Wheel VERIFY ROLL RESPONSE
6. Land as Soon as Practical Refer to Normal
Procedures, Before Landing.
Caution:

Limiting crosswind component is 10 Kts.
No aerodynamic force is felt on the copilots control
wheel when it is moved.
Rapid control wheel inputs are recommended when
only the roll spoilers are operable.

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PRIMARY TRIM RUNAWAY


Warning:

IF THE TRIM CONTINUES TO MOVE OR CLICKING
CONTINUES TO SOUND AFTER DISENGAGEMENT, THE
TRIM SYSTEM HAS RUNAWAY.
1. AP/TRIM/NWS Disengage Switch PRESS AND HOLD
2. Secondary Trim Switch ON (lift guarded cover)
3. Trim AS REQUIRED (SEC TRIM FAULT light may be illuminated
until the secondary trim is actuated)
4. AP/TRIM/NWS Switch RELEASE
5. PITCH POWER Circuit Breaker (LH panel) PULL
If secondary trim functions normally:
6. Land as Soon as Practical
If secondary trim also runaway:
6. Secondary Trim Switch OFF
7. SEC PITCH TRIM Circuit Breaker PULL
8. Land as Soon as Practical
Refer to STABILIZER TRIM SYSTEM JAM Procedure (E-44).
PRIMARY TRIM FAIL
Illumination indicates primary trim control
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PRI TRIM
or trim actuator is inoperative; illumination
FAIL
triggers master warning system.
1. PITCH PWR and PITCH CONTROL CBs CHECK IN
If trim is still failed:
2. Secondary Trim Switch ON (Lift Guarded Cover).
3. Trim AS REQUIRED (SEC TRIM FAULT Light May Be Illuminated
Until the Secondary Trim is Actuated).
4. Land as Soon as Practical

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SEC TRIM
FAULT

IF SECONDARY TRIM IS ALSO FAILED, REFER TO STABILIZER TRIM


SYSTEM JAM Procedure (E-44).

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STABILIZER TRIM SYSTEM JAM


Stabilizer trim jam at -5.5 to -12:
1. Autopilot OFF
2. Land as Soon as Practical Refer to Normal Procedures
BEFORE LANDING
Stabilizer trim jam at -2 to -5.5:
1. Autopilot OFF
2. Land as Soon as Practical with Flaps Up REFER TO LANDING
WITH FLAPS UP OR AT 7 POSITION (E-49)
Stabilizer trim jam at +2 to -2:
1. Autopilot OFF
2. Land as Soon as Practical
Note:

To reduce control force, maintain the trimmed airspeed as
long as feasible.
3. Spoiler Hold-down ON
4. Auxiliary Hydraulic Power ON (Verify AUX-HYD PUMP or AUX-HYD
PRESS light ON).
5. Spoiler Lever UP

The left and right roll control spoilers will be up causing a
Note:
nose up trim change.
Lateral control is provided by the ailerons only. Lateral
control is sufficient for a maximum sideslip of one-half ball
without the roll control spoilers.
Limiting crosswind component is 10 kts.
BEFORE LANDING:
1. Landing Data CONFIRM
Airspeed 165 KIAS MINIMUM
Landing Distance MULTIPLY 20 FLAP LANDING DISTANCE BY
2.3 DO NOT EXTEND FLAPS FOR LANDING.
Takeoff Thrust Fan Speed (N1)
2. Avionics and Flight Instruments CHECK and SET
3. Radio Altimeter SET
4. Fuel Transfer OFF (wing and fuselage)
5. Engine Synchronizer OFF
6. Exterior Lights AS REQUIRED
7. Flaps UP
8. Ignition ON
9. Passengers BRIEF
10. Seats, Seat Belts and Shoulder Harnesses SECURE
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11. Passenger Advisory Lights PASS SAFE
12. Landing Gear DOWN AND LOCKED
13. Nose Wheel Steering Switch PUSH; VERIFY ARMED LIGHT IS ON
14. Annunciator Panel CHECK
15. Yaw Damper OFF

L
 ANDING WITH A TAILWIND OR NEGATIVE GRADIENT
Warning:
IS PROHIBITED.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RESTOW REVERSERS AND
TAKEOFF ONCE THE REVERSERS HAVE STARTED
TO DEPLOY. THROTTLE LINKAGE DAMAGE MAY
OCCUR.
Note: 
A power approach to landing is recommended to maintain
positive control of sink rate.
Do not fly steep approach path angle.
Landing:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Flare Attitude MINIMUM ANGLE


Throttles IDLE
Spoiler Hold Down OFF, after main wheel contact
Thrust Reversers DEPLOY, after nose wheel contact
Verify illumination of thrust reverser ARM, UNLOCK, and
DEPLOY lights.
Verify illumination of RUDDER BIAS light.
5. Reverse Power AS REQUIRED (do not exceed 90% N1).
6. Brakes APPLY after airspeed has decayed to 130 KIAS and nose
wheel ground contact
7. Thrust Reverser Levers IDLE THRUST at 65 KIAS

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ELEVATOR SYSTEM JAM


1. Autopilot and Yaw Damper OFF
2. Stabilizer Trim (Primary) AS REQUIRED for control of pitch
attitude.
3. Land as Soon as Practical with 20 Flaps
Before landing:
4. Landing Data CONFIRM
VAPP (per 20 flap schedule)
VREF (per 20 flap schedule)
Landing Distance (per 20 flap schedule)
Takeoff Thrust Fan Speed (N1)
5. Avionics and Flight Instruments CHECK AND SET
6. Radio Altimeter SET
7. Fuel Transfer OFF (wing and fuselage)
8. Engine Synchronizer OFF
9. Exterior Lights AS REQUIRED
10. Flaps 20
11. Ignition ON
12. Passengers BRIEF
13. Seats, Seat Belts and Shoulder Harnesses SECURE
14. Passenger Advisory Lights PASS SAFE
15. Landing Gear DOWN and LOCKED
16. Nose Wheel Steering Switch PUSH; VERIFY ARMED LIGHT IS ON
17. Speedbrakes RETRACT
18. Annunciator Panel CHECK

Warning:
LANDING WITH A TAILWIND OR NEGATIVE GRADIENT
IS PROHIBITED.
D
 O NOT ATTEMPT TO RESTOW REVERSERS AND
TAKEOFF ONCE THE REVERSERS HAVE STARTED
TO DEPLOY. THROTTLE LINKAGE DAMAGE MAY
OCCUR.

Note:
A
 power approach to landing is recommended to maintain
positive control of sink rate.
Do not fly steep approach path angle.
Landing:
1. Flare Attitude MINIMUM ANGLE
2. Throttles IDLE
3. Spoilers and Thrust Reversers EXTEND AND DEPLOY (after main
wheel contact for speedbrakes/spoilers, after nose wheel contact
for thrust reversers)
Verify illumination of thrust reverser ARM, UNLOCK, and
DEPLOY lights.
Verify illumination of RUDDER BIAS light.
4. Reverse Power AS REQUIRED (do not exceed 90% N1).
5. Brakes APPLY

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RUDDER SYSTEM JAM


1. Autopilot and Yaw Damper OFF
2. Aircraft Control COMPENSATE WITH AILERON CONTROL/TRIM/
FUEL TRANSFER AS REQUIRED
3. Land as Soon as Practical

The selection of a wide dry runway is recommended.
Note:
Before landing:
1. Landing Data CONFIRM
VAPP (per landing flap schedule)
VREF (per landing flap schedule)
Landing Distance (per landing flap schedule)
Takeoff Thrust Fan Speed (N1)
2. Avionics and Flight Instruments CHECK AND SET
3. Radio Altimeter SET
4. Fuel Transfer OFF (wing and fuselage)
5. Engine Synchronizer OFF
6. Exterior Lights AS REQUIRED
7. Flaps AS REQUIRED
8. Ignition ON
9. Passengers BRIEF
10. Seats, Seat Belts and Shoulder Harnesses SECURE
11. Passenger Advisory Lights PASS SAFE
12. Landing Gear DOWN AND LOCKED
13. Nose Wheel Steering Switch PUSH; VERIFY ARMED LIGHT IS ON
14. Flaps LANDING FLAP SCHEDULE
15. Speedbrakes RETRACT
16. Airspeed VREF (per landing flap schedule)
17. Annunciator Panel CHECK
Landing:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Throttles IDLE
Spoilers EXTEND (after main wheel ground contact)
Nosewheel Tiller HOLD TO CENTERED POSITION
Nosewheel LOWER to ground as soon as possible
Directional Control MAINTAIN (with nose wheel steering and
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RUDDER BIAS SYSTEM OFF



ADVISORY Indicates the rudder bias system
RUDDER
35
BIAS
is OFF.
1. Rudder Bias Switch CHECK NORM
2. Rudder Bias Circuit Breaker (left CB panel) PULL

Note:
With the rudder bias off, required rudder panel force may
exceed 240 lbs during single engine operation, at low speeds
and high thrust.
RUDDER UNCOMMANDED MOTION
Uncommanded motion during ground operation:
1. Correct Condition Prior to Flight

Note:
Uncommanded motion can only be detected with both
engines at approximately the same power.
Uncommanded motion during flight:
1. Rudder Bias Switch OFF
2. Rudder Bias Circuit Breaker (left CB panel) RESET, if required.

Note:
With rudder bias off, required rudder pedal force may exceed
240 lbs during single engine operation at low airspeed and
high thrust.
FLAPS INOPERATIVE

Indicates a flap system failure; the
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FLAPS
switchlight includes a reset function.
INOP
1.
2.
3.
4.

Flap Handle POSITION TO ANY DETENT


Flap Control Circuit Breaker (left CB panel) CHECK IN
Flap Annunciator/Reset PUSH
Flaps SET TO REQUIRED DETENT

If flaps still inoperative:


5. Flaps 20 or Full USE NORMAL LANDING PROCEDURES
6. Flaps UP or 7 REFER TO LANDING WITH FLAPS UP OR AT 7
POSITION (E-49)

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ADVISORY - Flaps are not in the UP position
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FLAPS
and airspeed is greater than 210 KIAS.
O'SPD
1. Airspeed REDUCE
2. Flaps RETRACT

Refer to FLAPS INOPERATIVE Procedure if flaps do not
Note:
retract.
LANDING WITH FLAPS UP OR AT 7 POSITION
Warning:

L
 ANDING WITH A TAILWIND OR NEGATIVE RUNWAY
GRADIENT IS PROHIBITED (EXCEPT WHEN USING
SUPPLEMENT 1 DATA FLAPS UP ONLY).
A
 T WEIGHT ABOVE 18,000 LBS AND BRAKE
APPLICATION SPEEDS ABOVE 130 KIAS, BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITS MAY BE EXCEEDED. LANDING AT
OR BELOW 18,000 LBS IS RECOMMENDED.
M
 AXIMUM LANDING FIELD ELEVATION IS 10,000 FT
(EXCEPT WHEN USING SUPPLEMENT 1 DATA).
WEIGHT

23 K

22 K

21 K

20 K

19 K

18 K

17 K

16 K

15 K

0 VREF*

168*

165*

162*

158

155

151

147

143

138

7 VREF*

155*

152*

149*

146

143

139

136

132

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* Maximum Tire Ground Speed is 165 Kts. Consider TAS and WIND.

Before landing:
1. Landing Data CONFIRM
VREF Refer to table below
Takeoff Thrust Fan Speed (N1) COMPUTE
Landing Distance:
At or below 18,000 lbs landing weight:
FLAPS UP: Use Supplement 1 Data and Limits
(recommended)
or
MULTIPLY 20 FLAP DISTANCE BY 1.5
FLAPS 7: MULTIPLY 20 FLAP DISTANCE BY 1.25
Above 18,000 lbs landing weight:
FLAPS UP: MULTIPLY 20 FLAP DISTANCE BY 2.0
FLAPS 7: MULTIPLY 20 FLAP DISTANCE BY 1.5
2. Avionics and Flight Instruments CHECK and SET
3. Radio Altimeter SET
4. Fuel Transfer OFF (wing and fuselage)
5. Engine Synchronizer OFF
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6. Exterior Lights AS REQUIRED
7. Ignition ON
8. Passengers BRIEF
9. Anti-Skid CHECK ON
10. Seats, Seat Belts, and Shoulder Harnesses SECURE
11. Passenger Advisory Lights PASS SAFE
12. Landing Gear DOWN AND LOCKED
13. Nose Wheel Steering Switch PUSH; VERIFY ARMED LIGHT IS ON
14. Speedbrakes RETRACT
15. Airspeed VREF ADJUSTED
16. Annunciator Panel CHECK
17. Autopilot and Yaw Damper DISENGAGED
Landing:
1. Throttles IDLE
2. Spoilers and Thrust Reversers EXTEND AND DEPLOY, AFTER
MAIN WHEEL GROUND CONTACT
Verify illumination of thrust reverser ARM, UNLOCK, and
DEPLOY lights.
Verify illumination of RUDDER BIAS light.
3. Reverse Power AS REQUIRED (do not exceed takeoff thrust)
4. Brakes APPLY, AFTER NOSE WHEEL GROUND CONTACT
Above 18,000 lbs landing weight, brake application speed is
130 KIAS

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RESTOW THRUST REVERSERS
Warning:
AND TAKEOFF ONCE THE REVERSERS HAVE STARTED
TO DEPLOY. THROTTLE LINKAGE DAMAGE MAY OCCUR.
Note: To avoid possible jamming of the throttle lockout cam, do not
attempt to override the lockout cams.

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AILERON OR ELEVATOR OUT OF TRIM


AIL TRIM L or R light on:
1. Aileron Trim TRIM (left or right as indicated until light extinguishes.
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AIL TRIM
L

ELEV TRIM up or down light on:


Transient illumination:

ADVISORY May be normal in some
E T
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UP
L R
autopilot maneuvers and will extinguish
E I
V M
DN
within a few seconds.
Steady illumination:
Caution:

Grip the control wheel with both hands. A change in trim
force will be observed. Do not re-engage the Autopilot.
1. Stabilizer Trim RETRIM (autopilot will disengage).
FLAPS

ADVISORY - Fault in the flap/speedbrake
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SPDBK/SP
and/or spoiler input to the AOA computer.
AOA gauge, indexer, and slow/fast are
inoperative. Stick shakers are operative in
default mode. Stall warning is reduced. On
ground, correct prior to flight.

ADVISORY Indicates a fault in L or


AOA
41
R AOA probe/ transmitter. On ground,
PROBE
correct prior to flight.

ADVISORY indicates the stall warning
STALL
42
WARN
(stick shaker system is inoperative).
1. Angle-of-Attack Circuit Breaker (left CB panel) CHECK (reset if
required)
If stall warning light remains on:
2. Speedbrakes DO NOT USE IN FLIGHT
3. Maximum Altitude FL450 DESCEND as required
4. Maintain airspeed at least 165 KIAS. VREF (minimum) may be
maintained on final approach.
5. Limit bank angles to 30 degrees maximum.
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ADVISORY Indicates that the speedbrakes
SPEED
43
BRAKE
are extended. Normal if selected.
If not selected:
1. AURAL WARN 1 Circuit Breaker (left CB panel) CHECK IN

ADVISORY Indicates that the spoilers are
SPOILERS
44
UP
extended. Normal if selected. Prohibited in
flight except from emergency descent.

ADVISORY Indicates that the spoiler hold
SPOILER
45
HOLDOWN
down system has been turned on manually or
automatically.
1. Maximum Altitude 45,000 FT

R
 oll control spoilers are operative with the spoiler hold
Note:
down switch ON and the auxiliary hydraulic power switch
either in NORM or ON position.
Roll control spoilers are inoperative with the spoiler hold
down switch ON and the auxiliary hydraulic power switch
OFF. Lateral control is sufficient for a maximum side slip
of one-half ball without roll control spoilers.
The spoiler hold down system, when activated on the
ground, is also part of the NO TAKEOFF warning system.
ADVISORY Indicates that the control
GUST
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surfaces are mechanically locked in neutral
LOCK
position.
1. Gust Lock Handle CHECK DISENGAGED (full in)
Note: The GUST LOCK light ON will activate the NO TAKEOFF
warning system if the gustlock disengagement system has
failed.

ADVISORY Indicates an improper takeoff
NO
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TAKEOFF
configuration.
Activation on ground:
1. Takeoff ABORT
2. Verify Each of the Following:
Flaps SET FOR TAKEOFF SCHEDULE
Speedbrake/Spoiler Lever FULL FORWARD (confirm
SPOILERS UP light and SPEED BRAKE light are extinguished)
Stabilizer Trim SET per Primary Trim Takeoff Setting vs.
Airplane Center of Gravity Standard Chart
Spoiler Hold Down Switch OFF
Gustlock FULLY STOWED VERIFY full and unrestricted
travel on all controls
Cabin Door CLOSED AND LATCHED with CAB DOOR
UNLOCKED annunciator extinguished.
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Activation on ground:
1. Speedbrake Lever FULL FORWARD

Note:
The no takeoff aural warning horn will activate when the
speedbrakes are extended and the flaps are in any position
other than up and the airplane is less than 500 ft above
ground level.
AILERON BOOST SYSTEM OFF
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AIL BOOST
OFF

1. Aileron Boost CB (left CB panel) CHECK IN


2. Aileron Boost System IN-FLIGHT RE-ENGAGEMENT
Autopilot OFF
Aileron Trim POSITION INDEX TO CENTER REFERENCE
Pilots Control Wheel MAKE POSITIVE ROLL INPUT AND
RELEASE
Aileron Boost Switch RESET, THEN ON

Trim airplane in pitch for level flight.
Note:

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PNEUMATIC SYSTEM
TO
CABIN

DUCT
OHEAT

TO
TO
WEMAC COCKPIT
OUTLETS

TO
WEMAC
OUTLETS

DUCT
OHEAT

EMERG
PRESS
SOV

TO WING
ANTI-ICE

ENGINE BLEED VLV

TO SERVICE AIR

ISOLATION
VALVE

OVERBOARD

FROM
L ENG

FROM
R ENG
P

PAC
BLEED
SELECT
VLV

P
TO ENG
ANTI-ICE

HP
BLEED

PAC BLEED
SELECT VLV

ANTI-ICE
EMERG
PRESS
SOV

HP PRECLR
OHEAT

MIXING
MUFF

TO WSHLD
ANTI-ICE

TO
SERVICE
AIR AND
RUDDER
BIAS

MIXING
MUFF

HP PRECLR
OHEAT

PAC
VLV

PAC
VLV

PRECOOLER
HEAT
EXCHANGER

HP BLEED AIR
LP BLEED AIR

CKPT
PAC
CAB
PAC

CONDITIONED AIR
COOL AIR

FROM
APU

FROM RIGHT
ENGINE

FROM RAM
AIR SCOOP

TO LEFT
OVERHEAD

TO RIGHT
OVERHEAD

CABIN
AIR
MIXED
MUFF

TEMP
CONTROL
VALVE

CABIN
PRESSURE
REGULATING
VALVE

FROM LEFT
ENGINE

COCKPIT
AIR MIXED
MUFF
T

ANTI-ICE
PNEUMATIC
VALVE
(35F)

RAM AIR

FROM
APU

CABIN PAC
(UPPER)
WATER
SEPARATOR

COCKPIT PAC
(LOWER)

SECONDARY
HEAT
EXCHANGER

225F
T

225F
T

475F

475F

PAC
OHEAT

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AIR SCOOP

E
N
V
I
R

PAC
OHEAT

PRIMARY
HEAT
EXCHANGER

COCKPIT
PRESSURE
REGULATING
VALVE
(NORMALLY
OPEN-LOW)

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CAB ALT
49
8500 FT

Indicates cabin altitude greater than 8,500 ft.

If cabin altitude 8,500 light ON, 10,000 ft aural warning not ON:
Note:

The amber CABIN ALTITUDE 8,500 FT light will illuminate
whenever the cabin altitude exceeds approximately 8,500 ft.
The following steps should be accomplished until the cause
of the pressurization loss is determined.
1. AUTO/ALTITUDE SELECT Switch ALTITUDE SELECT
2. Cabin Altitude Selector REDUCE selected altitude
3. PAC Switches HIGH, if required to maintain desired cabin
pressure altitude (maximum altitude FL 450).
4. PAC BLD SELECT Switch HP, if required to maintain cabin pressure.
If cabin altitude stabilizes, continue flight in the configuration that
maintains cabin pressurization.
If cabin altitude continues to increase:
5. MAN/NORM Switch MAN
6. UP-DOWN Manual Control DOWN
If cabin altitude stabilizes, continue flight in the configuration that
maintains cabin pressurization.
If not arrested by 10,000 ft (aural warning sounds):
7. ACCOMPLISH CABIN DECOMPRESSION CHECKLIST.
CABIN DECOMPRESSION
CABIN DECOMPRESSION (indicated by a CABIN ALT 8,500 FT light or
10,000 ft cabin altitude aural warning or both).
1. Oxygen Masks DON AND 100%
2. Oxygen Microphone Switches MIC OXY MASK
3. Emergency Descent AS REQUIRED
4. PASS OXY ON (as required, assure passengers receiving
oxygen)
5. Wheel INPH/MIC Switches INPH POS (as required)
6. Cabin Altitude Horn MUTE (as required)
7. Transponder EMERGENCY CODE (as required)
8. Refer to PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM FAILURE (above) as required

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EMERGENCY DESCENT
1. Throttles IDLE
2. Speedbrakes/Spoilers DEPLOY
3. Initial Pitch Attitude 20 DOWN

If structural damage is suspected, limit airspeed to a
Caution:
reasonable value and limit maneuvering loads until
damage assessment.
4. Airspeed VMO/MMO
5. Transponder EMERGENCY CODE
6. Passenger Advisory Light PASS SAFE
7. Autopilot DISENGAGE (as required)
8. ATC ADVISE / OBTAIN LOCAL ALTIMETER SETTING
9. Altitude 15,000 MSL or MINIMUM SAFE ALTITUDE
10. Passengers BRIEF

IT IS THE PILOTS RESPONSIBILITY TO DETERMINE
Warning:
MINIMUM SAFE ALTITUDE AND TO ENSURE THAT THE
AUTOPILOT DOES NOT TURN THE AIRPLANE INTO
TRAFFIC OR UNSAFE WEATHER.

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AUTOPILOT EMERGENCY DESCENT MODE



Indicates aircraft is on an autopilot controlled
EMERG
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DESCENT
emergency descent. Activates if the aircraft
is above 34,275 ft MSL and cabin altitude
exceeds approximately 13,500 ft with the
autopilot engaged. Also triggers the Master
Warning system.
1. Throttles IDLE
2. Speedbrakes/Spoilers DEPLOY
Note: 
If the airplane is above 34,275 ft MSL and the autopilot
engaged, it will automatically enter Emergency
Descent Mode (EDM) when the cabin altitude exceeds
approximately 13,500 ft. The autopilot will initiate a pitchdown left-turn (approximately 90) maneuver. The flight
crew must retard throttles to idle and extend the speed
brakes/spoilers. The autopilot will control the descent
to MMO/VMO limit and level off at 15,000 ft MSL. The crew
must then retract the speed brakes and apply thrust to
resume normal flight.
T
 he autopilot Emergency Descent Mode (EDM) is
annunciated by the red EMER DECENT MODE annunciator
illumination and the MASTER WARNING RESET will flash.
T
 he autopilot EDM cannot achieve maximum rate
of descent. It is recommended that the autopilot be
disengaged and the airplane hand flown if maximum rateof-descent is required.
ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM SMOKE OR ODOR

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CABIN
SMOKE

1. Isolation Valve SHUT


2. CAB PAC Switch OFF; allow enough time to purge
If no purge:
3. CAB PAC Switch HIGH
4. CKPT PAC Switch OFF
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SMOKE REMOVAL
Note:

No action is normally required; however, if the smoke is
intense:
1. Crew Masks DON AND 100%
2. PASS OXY ON
3. Assure passengers receiving oxygen.
4. Passenger Advisory Lights PASS SAFE
5. Pressurization Controls SET:
AUTO SCHED/ALTITUDE SELECT Switch ALTITUDE
SELECT
Cabin Altitude 10,000 FT
Cabin Rate MAXIMUM
PAC BLD SELECT HP
PAC Switches HIGH
If smoke does not decrease:
6. Emergency Dump Switch DUMP (Normal Electrical Bus)
Note:

Cabin altitude will not exceed 15,000 ft.\
USE OF SUPPLEMENTAL OXYGEN
If cabin altitude below 25,000 ft:
1. Crew Oxygen Masks NORMAL; resume at Step 2 (below)
If cabin altitude at or above 25,000 ft:
1. Crew Oxygen Masks 100%
2. Crew/Passengers ENSURE OXYGEN USE
3. Cabin Altitude CHECK
If passengers on board:
4. D
 escend to a Maximum Altitude of 25,000 ft; resume at Step #5
below).
If passengers not on board:
4. D
 escend to a Maximum Altitude of 34,000 ft; resume at
Step #5 below.
5. Flight Altitude AS REQUIRED
6. Oxygen CHECK ENDURANCE CHART

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7. R
 ange COMPUTE (Base range on oxygen endurance,
revised fuel flow, and groundspeed).
Note: The oxygen endurance table cockpit masks are assumed to
be in NORMAL at 20,000 ft cabin altitude (with a respiratory
rate of 10 liters per minute body temperature saturated) and
in 100% at and above 25,000 ft.
Optional Oxygen Mask and 76 cubic-foot Cylinder
Available Time in Hours and Minutes
2 Cockpit
ALTITUDE

0 Cabin

2 Cabin

4 Cabin

6 Cabin

8 Cabin

10 Cabin

12 Cabin

13 Cabin

8,000

8:40

2:47

1:39

1:11

0:55

0:45

0:38

0:35

10,000

9:09

2:50

1:40

1:11

0:55

0:45

0:38

0:35

15,000

10:17

2:56

1:42

1:12

0:56

0:45

0:39

0:36

20,000

11:49

3:03

1:45

1:13

0:56

0:46

0:39

0:36

25,000

5:44

2:21

1:29

1:05

0:52

0:42

0:37

0:34

30,000

7:09

35,000

9:41

37,000

11:46

39,000

13:43

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EMERGENCY PRESSURIZATION ON

Indicates
the
designated
EMERG
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PRESS ON
pressurization source is ON.
LH

emergency

RH

Note: The emergency pressurization will turn ON when either the


ENG BLD AIR are positioned to EMER or the cabin altitude is
above approximately 13,500 ft.
Emergency Pressurization Valve fails to the ON position:
1. Affected ENG BLD AIR Switch EMER/THEN ON
If Emergency Pressurization Valve still ON:
2. LH or RH ENG BLD AIR CB (left panel) PULL
Emergency Pressurization Valve fails to the ON position:
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Engine Power (affected side) REDUCE as required


Cabin/Cockpit PAC Switches HIGH
Cabin/Cockpit Temperature Select AUTO COLD
Cabin/Cockpit Wemacs OPEN
Cockpit/Aft Divider Doors OPEN
Windshield Bleed Air, Left and Right Wing and Engine Anti-Ice
OFF (if not in icing conditions)
9. Land as Soon as Practical
OVERPRESSURIZATION
1. MAN/NORM Switch MAN
2. UP-DOWN Manual Control UP
3. Manual Rate Control INCREASE as required
If still overpressurized:
4. CKPT or CAB PAC Switch OFF
5. Engine Power REDUCE as required (on side with operating PAC)
If still overpressurized:
6. Remaining PAC Switch OFF
If still overpressurized:
7. Oxygen Masks DON and 100%
8. Oxygen Microphone Switches MIC OXY MASK
9. Wheel Interphone Microphone Switches INPH POS
10. PASS OXY ON (assure passengers receiving oxygen)
11. Emergency Dump Switch CABIN DUMP
12. Descend

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HP PRECOOLER FAILURE
HP PRECLR

Indicates high pressure bleed air from the
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O'HEAT
designated precooler heat exchanger has
LH
RH
exceeded 560F.
1. Isolation Valve SHUT
2. Affected Engine REDUCE POWER (If situation permits)

If light does not go out or power reduction is not desired:


3. PAC Bleed Air Select LP BLEED
Note: If anti-icing systems are in use, the HP PRECLR OHEAT
annunciator light may be followed shortly by annunciation
of the associated WING ANTI-ICE annunciator light if the
appropriate actions are not taken.
PAC OVERHEAT
PAC

Indicates environmental control unit package
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O'HEAT
is disabled because of an overheat condition
CKPT CAB
in the compressor turbine.
1. APU Bleed Air OFF
2. Affected PAC Switch OFF, until light goes out, then ON

If light does not go out:


3. Isolation Valve OPEN
4. PAC Switch (Remaining PAC) HIGH, if required to maintain
desired cabin pressure altitude.
Note:

The affected PAC will automatically be shutdown when a PAC
overheat occurs. It will remain shutdown until the affected
PAC switch is cycled from ON to OFF and back ON with the
annunciator extinguished.

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PAC ISOLATION VALVE OPEN



ADVISORY - Indicates the isolation valve
ISO VALVE
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OPEN
between the cockpit and cabin environmental
control unit packages is open.
Note: Operation above 25,000 ft MSL is prohibited with the isolation
valve open and only one engine supplying air to the PACs in
HIGH flow mode.
DUCT OVERHEAT

Indicates temperature in the designated heater
DUCT
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O'HEAT
duct is more than 300F.
CKPT CAB

1. APU Bleed Air OFF


2. Cockpit or Cabin Temperature CBs (left CB panel) CHECK, reset
if necessary.
If circuit breakers are closed:
3. A
 ffected PAC Temperature Select MANUAL/FULL COLD (leave in
this position until light goes out)
If light does not go out:
4. Affected PAC OFF
5. Isolation Valve OPEN
6. PAC Switch (remaining PAC) HIGH, if required to maintain
desired cabin pressure.
If circuit breaker is open or reopens:
2. A
 ffected Engine REDUCE POWER (if situation permits)
and monitor supply air temperature to keep below
250F.
If power reduction is not desired:
3. Affected Engine Bleed Air Switch OFF
4. PAC Switch (remaining PAC) HIGH, if required to
maintain desired cabin pressure.

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PAC HIGH PRESSURE VALVE OPEN


PAC HP
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ADVISORY Indicates the PAC high pressure
VLV OPEN
bleed air valve was either automatically or
LH
RH
manually opened.
LIMITATION: 
Operation of the cabin and cockpit PACs in high
pressure bleed air (PAC HP VLV OPEN) is not approved
for takeoff and landing.
Operation of the cabin and cockpit PACs in high
pressure bleed air (PAC HP VLV OPEN) is prohibited
when any of the following systems are on:

Windshield Bleed Air


Wing Anti-Ice
Engine Anti-Ice
PAC HIGH FLOW
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ADVISORY Indicates the Pac High Flow
PAC HI
selected.
LIMITATION: Operation in HIGH mode is not approved for takeoff
and landing and flight above FL450.
Operation in HIGH mode is not approved above FL250
when the isolation valve is open and either left or right
engine bleed air switch if OFF.

Except for Emergency Operations, the HIGH mode is


not approved when any of the following systems are
on:
Windshield Bleed Air
Wing Anti-Ice
Engine Anti-Ice
CABIN OR ACCESSORY DOOR UNLOCKED
ACC DOOR

Indicates one or more accessory doors are not
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UNLOCKED
correctly locked.
NOSE BAG

Continuous illumination on ground:


1. Correct condition prior to flight
Continuous illumination in flight:
1. Airspeed REDUCE
2. Land as Soon as Practical
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Momentarily illumination (cycles on and off), ground only:

Indicates failure or improper position of one or
CABIN DOOR
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UNLOCK
more of the cabin door switches.
1. Correct Condition Prior to Flight
Continuous illumination in flight:

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Indicates failure or improper position of one or more of the cabin


door pins, or the door handle is not over center.
Cabin Altitude SELECT 9,500 ft.
Airspeed REDUCE
Passenger Advisory Lights PASS SAFE
Cabin Door KEEP CLEAR
Land as Soon as Practical


If practical, descent to a lower altitude is recommended to
Note:
reduce the cabin differential pressure.
CABIN DOOR PRESSURE SEAL FAILURE
DOOR

Indicates a loss of bleed air to the cabin door
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SEAL
primary seal; the secondary door seal should
prevent loss of cabin pressure.
1. Descend to 41,000 ft or lower.
2. Pilot DON crew oxygen mask (set regulator to normal).
3. Passenger Advisory Light PASS SAFE
4. Land as soon as practical.

BAGGAGE HEATER OVERHEAT


BAG HTR
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O'HEAT

Indicates baggage heater has exceeded 180F.

1. Baggage Heater Switch OFF


NOISE, SMOKE, OR LACK OF COOLING WITH THE FREON AIR
CONDITIONING SYSTEM INSTALLED AND A/C SWITCH ON
1. Air Conditioning Fan OFF
2. AFT and FWD EVAP FAN Circuit Breaker PULL (Left Circuit
Breaker Panel)

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W/S
FAULT
LH

RH

Indication on ground:
1. Correct condition prior to flight.
Note:

Indicates the controller has detected a fault and shut off
the windshield anti-ice. May also be accompanied by
corresponding W/S OHEAT light.
Indication in flight:
2. Affected Windshield HT Switch OFF, then ON.
If light remains on:
3. Affected Windshield HT Switch OFF
4. LEAVE Icing Environment
WINDSHIELD OVERHEAT

Indicates a windshield overheat condition.
W/S
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OHEAT
May be accompanied by a W/S FAULT light.
LH

RH

W/S OHEAT on steady or cycling. W/S FAULT light out:


1. Windshield Bleed Air Switch OFF
Note:

Windshield bleed air is used to aid in rain removal and ground
defog.
If light stays on:
2. AC Power MONITOR, note increase/decrease in affected
amperage when windshield cycles. If horizontal stabilizer anti-ice is
on, turn it off long enough to monitor the windshield, then on.
Note:

If AC amperage is cycling normally, this indicates failure
of the overheat warning system. Windshield is functioning
normally.
If amperage is not cycling:
3. Windshield HT Switch (affected side) OFF
4. Leave Icing Environment AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

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W/S OHEAT and W/S FAULT lights cycle (controller failure, system
cycling on overtemp limit):
1. W
 indshield HT Switch (affected side) OFF (Unless needed for
heavy icing).
2. Leave Icing Environment AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
W/S OHEAT and W/S FAULT lights on steady (system failure):
1. Windshield HT Switch (affected side) OFF
2. Leave Icing Environment AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
Note:

Ice protection will be lost to the outboard and center sections
of the affected windshield and the inboard section of the
opposite windshield.
WINDSHIELD AIR ON WITH WINDSHIELD
BLEED AIR SWITCH IN THE OFF POSITION
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W/S AIR

1. Windshield Bleed Air Manual Valves OFF


Note:

Indicates a failure of the windshield flow control shutoff
valve and, if other anti-ice systems are not on, failure of the
respective master anti-ice shutoff valve.
COCKPIT FORWARD OR SIDE WINDSHIELD
CRACKED OR SHATTERED
1.
2.
3.
4.

Cabin Altitude SELECT 9,500 ft.


Pilot DON crew oxygen mask (set regulator to normal)
Passenger Advisory Light PASS SAFE
Remain clear of/or leave icing conditions.


Descent to the lowest practical altitude consistent with fuel
Note:
range requirements is strongly recommended to reduce
cabin differential pressure.
If either forward windshield failed:
5. Windshield Heat BOTH SWITCHES OFF
6. Land As Soon As Practical
If one side windshield failed:
5. Windshield Heat TURN OPPOSITE SWITCH OFF
6. Land As Soon As Practical

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WINDSHIELD DEFOG FAN FAILURE OR LOSS


OF DEFOG AIRFLOW TO WINDSHIELD
1. Defog Fan Circuit Breaker (left CB panel) CHECK IN
If there is still no airflow:
2. Windshield HT ON
PITOT-STATIC HEATER FAILURE
P/S HTR

Indicates pitot or static heater(s) is inoperative.
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OFF
The AOA probe is not monitored by this.
LH

RH

1. Inoperative System SWITCH OFF then ON


2. Pitot Static Circuit Breakers (left CB panel) CHECK
If light remains on:
3. Remaining Airspeed and Altimeter MONITOR
ENGINE ANTI-ICE FAILURE
Indication that engine inlet anti-ice inoperative
ENGINE
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or inadequate bleed air heat, DC wing root
ANTI-ICE
fairing heater failure, or Pt2/Tt2 heater element
LH
RH
failure.
Continuous illumination:
1. Affected Engine INCREASE POWER
If light does not go out after increase in power:
2. A
 ffected Engine Anti-Ice Switch OFF, note decrease in engine
ITT, then ON
Note: 
Decrease in ITT indicates operational bleed air but
probable fairing or Pt2/Tt2 failure. No decrease indicates
probable bleed air failure. Pulling the affected engine
anti-ice circuit breaker (left CB panel) may cause the
bleed air valve to open, but will render the fairing and
Pt2/Tt2 anti-ice inoperative.

Initial illumination of the ENG ANTI-ICE annunciator light
is normal after initial system activation. The lights will
extinguish as proper operating temperature is attained.
3. Leave Icing Environment
Cycles ON and OFF:
1. A
 DVISORY Indicates failure of the wing fuselage fairing
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WING ANTI-ICE FAILURE



Indicates wing anti-ice system is either
WING
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ANTI-ICE
overheating or is receiving inadequate bleed
LH
RH
air temperature.
Continuous illumination (wing temperature low):
1. A
 ffected Engine INCREASE POWER ON CORRESPONDING
ENGINE
If light does not go out after increase in power:
2. Leave Icing Environment

Note:
Initial illumination of the wing anti-ice annunciator light(s) is
normal after initial system actuation. The lights will extinguish
as proper operating temperature is attained.
Cycles on and off (wing temperature high):
3. A
 ffected Wing REDUCE POWER ON CORRESPONDING ENGINE
(if situation permits)

Note:
If the bleed air supply temperature to the wing is excessive,
the wing anti-icing will automatically cycle off until the wing
temperature is reduced, at which time the bleed air will be
cycled back on. The corresponding HP PRECLR OHEAT
annunciator may also be illuminated.
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER ANTI-ICE FAILURE OR ICE
SUSPECTED TO BE ON THE HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
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STAB
ANTI-ICE
LH

RH

Continuous (single or dual) light illumination (from either a


failed alternator or an engine shutdown):
1. H
 orizontal Stabilizer Anti-Ice CBs (LH Panel) CHECK (only one
reset attempt)
2. AC Power CHECK affected AC Voltage and Amperage. (Greater
than 9 amps if electronic windshield is ON).
Note:

Illumination of the STAB ANTI-ICE lights may occur after initial
system actuation during extremely cold ground ambient air
conditions. The lights will extinguish as proper operating
temperature is obtained.

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3. Horizontal Stabilizer Switch(es) (affected side) OFF THEN ON
If one light still illuminated - after confirming proper
AC voltage and amperage:
4. Horizontal Stabilizer Anti-Ice Switch (affected side) OFF
5. Leave Icing Environment
Warning:



EXTENDING THE FLAPS TO THE FULL POSITION
COULD RESULT IN THE AIRCRAFT PITCHING
DOWN.

IF THERE IS A REDUCTION OF ELEVATOR
CONTROL WHEEL BACK PRESSURE AS THE
FLAPS ARE EXTENDED FROM THE 20 TO FULL
POSITION, IMMEDIATELY RESELECT 20 FLAPS
AND TRIM NOSE DOWN APPROXIMATELY 1.

Caution: After having an icing encounter with one horizontal


stabilizer leading edge anti-ice system inoperative, the
flaps must not be extended beyond the 20 position for
landing.
6. L
 anding Refer to Normal Procedures for landing with flaps at
20 position.
If both lights still illuminated or ice suspected on
horizontal stabilizer leading edges:
4. Leave Icing Environment
Warning:



EXTENDING THE FLAPS BEYOND THE 7 POSITION
COULD RESULT IN THE AIRCRAFT PITCHING
DOWN.

IF THERE IS A REDUCTION OF ELEVATOR
CONTROL WHEEL BACK PRESSURE AS THE
FLAPS ARE EXTENDED PAST 7, IMMEDIATELY
RESELECT 7 FLAPS AND TRIM NOSE DOWN
APPROXIMATELY 1.

Caution: 
Ice may remain on the horizontal stabilizer leading
edge after an inadvertent Icing encounter. This
condition may occur even if the horizontal stabilizer
anti-ice has been subsequently been turned on. In
this case, the flaps must not be extended beyond the
7 position for landing.

After having an icing encounter with both horizontal
stabilizer leading edge anti-ice system inoperative or
ice suspected on the horizontal stabilizer, the flaps
must not be extended beyond the 7 position for
landing.
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5. L
 anding Refer to LANDING WITH FLAPS UP OR AT 7
POSITION (E-49)
Momentary Light Illumination (Cycles ON and OFF):
Advisory Indicates failure of the normal temperature controller.

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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

LEFT FEED BUS


LEFT CB PANEL

LOW FLUID LEVEL


SHUTOFF VALVE
150 IN3

150 IN 3

PRESSUREOPERATED
RESERVOIR

HYD VOL
LOW

XOVR RIGHT FEED BUS


LEFT CB PANEL

LH ENGINE
FIRE
PUSH

RH ENGINE
FIRE
PUSH

FIREWALL
SHUTOFF

FIREWALL
SHUTOFF

ENGINEDRIVEN
PUMP
3,000 PSI

APU
PUMP
3,000 PSI

HYD F/W
SHUTOFF
LH

ENGINEDRIVEN
PUMP
3,000 PSI

RH

AUX
PUMP
3,000 PSI

PRESSURE
TRANSDUCER
P

AUX HYD
PUMP ON

ON

1,200 PSI

OFF

BOOTSTRAP
PRESSURE
HYD PRESS
LOW
LH

MAIN
SYSTEM
ACCUMULATOR
1,500 PSI
NITROGEN
PRECHARGE

RH

2,400 PSI

BATTERY BUS
SHUTTLE
VALVE
FILTER

GROUND
SERVICE
QUICK
DISCONNECT

NWS
ACCUM
NOSEWHEEL STEERING

MAIN
SYSTEM
RELIEF
VALVE
3,450 PSID

NORM

WHEEL
BRAKES

LNDG GEAR

AUX
SYSTEM
RELIEF
VALVE
3,450
PSID

AILERONS
ROLL
SPOILERS

SPEEDBRAKES
GROUND SPOILERS

THRUST REVERSERS

MAIN SYSTEM PRESSURE


HYDRAULIC RETURN

SPOILER
HOLD DOWN

SPOILER
HOLD DOWN
ACCUMULATOR
1,500 PSI
NITROGEN
PRECHARGE

AUX HYDRAULIC PUMP PRESSURE


RESERVOIR FLUID
1,500 PSI NITROGEN PRECHARGE

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LANDING GEAR WILL NOT EXTEND


Airspeed below 210 KIAS
1. Landing Gear Handle DOWN (airspeed below 210 KIAS)
2. Gear Control Circuit Breaker (left CB panel) CHECK IN
3. Auxiliary Gear Control T-Handle PULL (rotate clockwise to lock)
If auxiliary gear control T-handle cannot be pulled:
Gear Retract Hydraulic Shutoff Valve (located in aft cabin)
PULL

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Auxiliary Gear Control T-Handle PULL (rotate clockwise to


lock)
Rudder YAW AIRPLANE (if necessary to achieve downlock
lights)
Auxiliary Gear Control Knob PULL to blow down (for positive
gear lock)
Landing Gear CHECK DOWN and LOCKED
Auxiliary Gear Control Knob PUSH IN TO STOW
Auxiliary Gear Control T-Handle ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE
and PUSH IN TO STOW
HYDRAULIC WHEEL BRAKE FAILURE

1. Brake Pedals REMOVE FEET


2. Emergency Brake Handle PULL and MODULATE AS REQUIRED
3. Landing Distance Multiply by 1.6

The anti-skid brake system does not function during
Note:
emergency braking. Excessive pressure on emergency brake
handle can cause all wheel brakes to lock resulting in blowout
of all main wheel tires. Repeated application and release may
cause premature loss of pneumatic pressure.
ANTI-SKID SYSTEM FAILURE
ANTI

Indicates failure of the anti-skid system or is
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SKID
OFF.
1. Anti-Skid Switch TEST / THEN ON
2. Anti-Skid Circuit Breaker (left CB panel) RESET

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If annunciator remains illuminated:
3. Anti-Skid Switch OFF
4. Landing Distance Multiply by 1.6
Note:

The power brakes system is operative. Excessive brake
pressure can cause all wheel brakes to lock resulting in
blowout of all main wheel tires.
If annunciator illuminated on ground:
Refer to Supplement 11 - DISPATCH WITH ANTI-SKID SYSTEM OFF
NOSE WHEEL STEERING MALFUNCTION
1. AP/TRIM/NWS Disconnect Button PRESS
2. Directional Control MAINTAIN BY DIFFERENTIAL BRAKING AND
RUDDER
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE
HYD PRESS
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Indicates the designated hydraulic pump
LOW
pressure is less than 2,400 PSI.
LH
RH


Indicates the fluid reservoir fluid level 150
HYD VOL
72
LOW
cubic inches.
SPOILER

Indicates the spoiler hold down has activated
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HOLDOWN
either manually or automatically (Hyd Press
1,200 PSI).
Indicates the Aux Hyd Pump has activated
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either manually or automatically (Hyd Press
PRESS
1,500 PSI).
HYD VOL LOW and/or BOTH HYD PRESS LOW LIGHTS ON
1. Airplane Altitude FL450 (maximum) DESCEND as required
2. Spoiler Hold Down Switch ON, Check spoiler hold down light
ON
3. Auxiliary Hydraulic Power Switch VERIFY NORMAL
4. Hydraulic Volume MONITOR
If hydraulic volume continues to decrease (below 150 cubic inches):
5. Auxiliary Hydraulic Power Switch OFF
6. Land as Soon as Practical
Caution:

Roll Spoilers will be inoperative with the Spoiler Hold
Down ON and Aux Hyd Power OFF. Limiting crosswind
component is 10 Kts.
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Note:
If the auxiliary hydraulic pump is OFF the following conditions
apply:
T
 he auxiliary hydraulic system will not pressurize the
spoiler hold down line. Spoiler hold down line is supplied
only by accumulator pressure.
T
 he spoilers may float up causing a reduction in planned
range of approximately 5% due to increased fuel flow and/
or decrease in airspeed if the spoiler hold down light is
not on.
T
 he anti-skid/power brake system will be inoperative.
Plan to use emergency brakes.
T
 he roll spoilers will be inoperative. Lateral control is
sufficient for a maximum sideslip of one-half ball.
If hydraulic volume stabilizes at approximately 150 cubic inches:
6. A
 uxiliary Hydraulic Power Switch ON; CHECK for
fluid volume loss
7. Land as soon as practical
Note:


The auxiliary hydraulic pump should activate and the roll
control spoilers should be operative with the auxiliary
hydraulic power switch on or normal if volume stabilizes
at 150 cubic inches.
T
 he landing gear, speedbrakes, spoilers, aileron boost,
thrust reversers, and thrust reverser emergency stow will
be inoperative.
W
 heel Brakes, Spoiler Hold Down, and Roll Spoilers will
be operative with the auxiliary system activated.
Before landing:
1. Landing Data CONFIRM
VAPP (per landing flap schedule) +15 KIAS with spoiler hold
down light OFF
VREF (per landing flap schedule) +15 KIAS with spoiler hold
down light OFF
Takeoff Thrust Fan Speed (N1)
Compute Landing Distance from Chart:

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Auxiliary Hydraulic Pump/
Field Pressure Altitude

Spoiler Hold Down


Annunciator
Illuminated

Pump ON

1.25

Pump OFF

2.25

Extinguished

Pump OFF/8,000 ft and below

3.00

Pump OFF/Above 8,000 ft

3.75


Warning:
THE CREW MUST CONFIRM SPOILER HOLD DOWN
LIGHT IS EITHER ILLUMINATED OR EXTINGUISHED TO
FLY PROPER AIRSPEED SCHEDULE.
Warning: LANDING WITH A TAILWIND OR NEGATIVE (DOWNHILL)
RUNWAY GRADIENT IS PROHIBITED WITH THE SPOILER
HOLD DOWN LIGHT OFF.
2. Avionics and Flight Instruments CHECK and SET
3. Radio Altimeter SET
4. Fuel Transfer OFF (wing and fuselage)
5. Engine Synchronizer OFF
6. External Lights AS REQUIRED
7. Flaps AS REQUIRED
8. Ignition ON
9. Passengers BRIEF
10. Seats, Seat Belts and Shoulder Harnesses SECURE
11. Passenger Advisory Lights PASS SAFE
12. Landing Gear DOWN and LOCKED
If landing gear will not extend:
Landing Gear Handle DOWN (airspeed below 210 KIAS)
Gear Control CB CHECK IN
Auxiliary Gear T-Handle PULL/ROTATE CLOCKWISE TO
LOCK
If landing gear will not extend:
Gear Retract Hydraulic Shutoff Valve (located in aft cabin)
PULL
Auxiliary Gear Control T-Handle PULL (rotate clockwise
to lock)
Rudder YAW AIRCRAFT (if necessary to achieve downlock
lights)
Auxiliary Gear Control Knob PULL to blow down (for positive
gear lock)
Landing Gear CHECK DOWN AND LOCKED
Auxiliary Gear Control Knob PUSH IN TO STOW
Auxiliary
Gear
Control
T-Handle

ROTATE
COUNTERCLOCKWISE and PUSH IN TO STOW
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13. Nose Wheel Steering Switch PUSH (Verify ARMED light is ON)
14. Annunciator Panel CHECK
15. Autopilot and Yaw Damper CHECK

IF AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC PUMP IS OFF BECAUSE
Warning:
OF CONTINUED HYDRAULIC VOLUME LOSS, THE
HYDRAULIC WHEEL BRAKE SYSTEM WILL BE
INOPERATIVE.
Note: If the speedbrakes/spoilers are floating up because of a loss
of accumulator pressure, the no takeoff warning will sound
as the aircraft descends below 500 ft AGL.
Landing:
16. Throttles IDLE
17. Brakes APPLY (after nose wheel contact) as follows:
If auxiliary hydraulic power on:
Brake Pedals USE
If auxiliary hydraulic power off or brake pressure fades:
Brake Pedals REMOVE FEET FROM BRAKE PEDALS
Emergency Brake Handle PULL and MODULATE as required

The anti-skid brake system does not function during
Note:
emergency braking. Excessive pressure on the emergency
brake handle can cause all wheel brakes to lock resulting in
main wheel tire blowout. Repeatedly applying and releasing
brakes may cause premature depletion of pneumatic
pressure.
HYDRAULIC FLUID TEMPERATURE LOW
75

Indicates one or more of the hydraulic
HYD TEMP
LOW
temperature sensors may have activated
because ambient temperature is at or below
-33F.

Indication on ground:
1. H
 ydraulic Temperature Monitor Reset Switch PUSH AFTER
LIGHT EXTINGUISHES. After one or both engines (or the optional
APU hydraulic pump) have run for approximately 10 minutes.

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Note:

The hydraulic temperature monitor box (BITE indicator) is
in the tailcone below the engine synchronization control
box.
T
 he reset clears the BITE indicators which may have
been activated.
T
 he engine run time may be longer due to colder ambient
temperature and the length of time that the airplane has
been exposed to the cold soak conditions.
If condition cannot be corrected on ground:
2. A
 irplane may be dispatched provided that the INDICATION IN
FLIGHT procedures are followed.
Indication in flight:
1. Speedbrakes SLOWLY DEPLOY TO 20%; THEN STOW
If light remains on:
2. Speedbrakes/Spoilers USAGE IS PROHIBITED
3. Airplane Altitude FL450 MAXIMUM; descend as required
4. Aural Warn Circuit Breaker #2 (left CB panel) CHECK IN
If light extinguishes:
5. Speedbrakes/Spoilers USAGE IS APPROVED
6. Altitude Restriction REMOVED
Note:

The HYD TEMP LOW light may go out due to descending into
warmer ambient temperature.
Post flight inspection of bite indicators (leave electrical power on):
1. H
 ydraulic Temperature Monitor BITE Indicator RECORD BITE(s)
which were activated during the flight.
2. Hydraulic Temperature Monitor Reset Switch PUSH; verify the
BITE indicator has reset.

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AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC POWER ON


AUX-HYD
76

Indicates the electrically driven hydraulic
PRESS
pump is ON.



The auxiliary hydraulic power will come on under one of
Note:
the following conditions:
Turning the auxiliary hydraulic power switch to ON.
H
 ydraulic system low pressure (less than 1,500 PSI) and
the auxiliary hydraulic power switch in NORM.
S
 poiler hold down switch ON and auxiliary hydraulic
power switch in NORM.
1. AUX Hydraulic Power Switch, Hydraulic Pressure/Volume, and
Spoiler Hold Down Switch CHECK
PARKING BRAKE ON
PARK
77

BRAKE

Indicates the airplane parking brake is ON.

1. Parking Brake CHECK handle is full down

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EFIS RED GUN FAILURE


The failure of a red gun in an electronic display indicator results in the
following presentations:
EADI
Sky turns from dark blue to a dull dark blue
The ground turns from brown to a green hue
Caution annunciations turn from amber to green
EHSI
Caution annunciations turn from amber to green
1. U
 se Display with Caution MONITOR remaining displays for any
red annunciators
Warning:

FOLLOWING FAILURE OF A RED GUN IN A DISPLAY
UNIT, THE RED WARNING ANNUNCIATORS WILL NOT BE
VISIBLE.
SYMBOL GENERATOR FAILURE

78

EADI  A symbol generator failure is indicated


by red SG FAIL or loss of both EADI
and EHSI displays
79
EHSI
Airplanes with operative optional MFD:
1. MFD Mode Selector (Outer Concentric) Knob FULL
counterclockwise for pilots SG backup or full clockwise for
copilots SG backup
2. EADI Display (Selected Side) VERIFY SG annunciator
Note:


All functions and operations on the side with the failed
symbol generator remain unchanged.
T
 he MFD display is blanked during periods of symbol
generator backup.
Airplanes without (or with inoperative) optional MFD:
1. SYM GEN REV Button (Affected Side) PUSH; verify SG1 or SG2
is displayed in the pilots and copilots EADIs
2. HSI SEL Button PUSH (if required) to select same side as
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Note:

SG1 or SG2 indicates cross-side symbol generator is
driving the displays.

Flight director modes are cleared when both SG REV and
flight director are on the same side. Reselect desired
flight director modes.
O
 nly the display controller on the same side as the
operating symbol generator is functioning. The crossside VHF NAV cannot be displayed on either EFIS but can
be displayed on the RMIs and the Pilots standby OBS
(NAV 1 only).
EADI FAILURE
1. E
 ADI Dim (Outer Concentric) Knob TURN to OFF position;
composite mode is displayed on EHSI. Flight Director required.
To obtain EHSI data (if desired when optional MFD is installed):
2. M
 FD Mode Selector (Outer Concentric) Knob Counterclockwise
for pilots EHSI display or clockwise for copilots EHSI display
Note:

A
 ll operations using the EHSI display, except for dimming,
are unchanged.
A
 ll functions of the MFD controller are inoperative except
for dimming when the MFD mode selector knob is in the
EHSI backup position.
EHSI FAILURE
1. E
 HSI Dim (Outer Concentric) Knob TURN to OFF position;
composite mode is displayed on EADI. Flight Director required.

The MFD is blanked when the HSI dim knob is turned to OFF
Note:
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80
EFIS FAN

Indicates EFIS and/or avionics bay cooling fan
failure.


81
MFD FAN

Indicates MFD cooling fan failure.

On ground:
1. C
 ircuit Breakers PULL the following applicable breakers in the
right hand circuit breaker panel: EFIS 1, EADI 1 AND EHSI 1; or EFIS
2, EADI 2 and EHSI 2; or MFD SYM GEN and MFD IND
2. Ground Operating Time 10 Minutes
3. Prior to Takeoff REINSTATE the Circuit Breakers that were pulled
Caution: Power must be removed and remain OFF to prevent the
EFIS or MFD systems from overheating.
On flight:
1. Cockpit Temperature MAINTAIN BELOW 80F
Note:

The EFIS system has been shown not to overheat in flight
with a failed cooling fan with cockpit temperatures below
80F.
SINGLE AIR DATA COMPUTER FAILURE
Indicated by loss of affected side airspeed and altitude. Pilots altimeter
(if affected) will revert to pneumatic mode.
1. Airspeed and Altitude USE OPPOSITE SIDE
2. Transponder Altimeter Select Switch SELECT OPPOSITE AIR
DATA, PRI/SEC (PILOTS/COPILOTS)
If pilots Air Data Computer inoperative:
3. P
 ilots Altimeter USE COPILOT OR STANDBY ALTIMETER
(Copilots air data instruments and pilots standby airspeed and
pneumatic altitude are available)
Note: If operating in RVSM airspace take appropriate actions.

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DUAL AIR DATA COMPUTER FAILURE


Indicated by loss of pilots and copilots airspeed and altitude indications.
Pilots altimeter will revert to pneumatic mode.
1. Airspeed USE STANDBY INDICATOR (observe placard VMO
schedule)
2. Pilots Altimeter SELECT PNEUMATIC MODE (copilots airspeed
and altitude will be inoperative)
3. Refer to AHRS MODE
Note: Both AHRS revert to basic mode
Transponder altitude reporting inoperative
Autopilot only operates in basic attitude hold
P
 ilots standby airspeed and pneumatic altitude are the
only air data sources
AHRS BASIC MODE
AHRS
82

Illuminates with a dual Air Data Computer
BASIC
(ADC) failure or loss of True Airspeed (TAS)
A
B
input from ADCs.
1. Vertical Gyro Switch (affected side) FAST POSITION FOR 10
SECONDS/ RELEASE (one side at a time if dual) repeat as frequently
as required
Aircraft must be in level unaccelerated flight

ATT flag appears and all altitude data is removed from display
while switch is in FAST
Verify new indicated altitude on EADI is reasonable
2. Land as Soon as Practical
AHRS DC POWER LOSS
AHRS

ADVISORY Indicates AHRS 1 or 2 has
83
AUX PWR
transferred to the auxiliary battery due to loss
of DC power.

SINGLE AHRS FAILURE


1. H
 DG REV and ATT REV Buttons (affected side) PUSH; verify MAG
1 or 2 and ATT 1 or 2 is displayed in both the pilots and copilots
displays.

Heading and attitude comparator monitor functions will
Caution:
not be available. Monitor standby flight instruments.

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HEADING FAILURE
1. H
 DG REV Button (affected side) PUSH; verify that MAG 1 or 2
is displayed in both the pilots and copilots display. Heading
comparator monitor will not be available.
ATTITUDE FAILURE
1. A
 TT REV Button (affected side) PUSH; verify ATT 1 or 2 is
displayed in both the pilots and copilots displays. Altitude
comparator monitor will not be available.
COMPARISON MONITOR
84
CMPTR

One or more of the following parameters has
WARN
exceeded its predetermined tolerance level:
Pitch Attitude PIT
Roll Attitude ROL
Heading HDG
Localizer or Azimuth LOC or AZ
Glideslope or Glide path GS or GP
Pitch and Roll Attitude ATT
Localizer and Glideslope ILS or MLS
1. CMPRTR WARN LIGHT / SWITCH PUSH and hold until all
annunciators in both the pilots and copilots EADIs and CMPRTR
WARN extinguish.

FLIGHT GUIDANCE COMPUTER FAILURE


85

FAIL A

86

AFCS A

RESET

ON

87

AFCS B
ON

88

FAIL B
RESET

1. A
 FCS A or B On Switch VERIFY OPPOSITE GREEN LIGHT
ILLUMINATED
2. AFCS Reset Switch PUSH A OR B (affected side, may require
10 seconds to reset)
3. FD OFF Message (affected side EADI) VERIFY EXTINGUISHED
4. AFCS A or B On Switch (affected side) PUSH (verify AFCS A or B
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AIL TRIM

AHRS
BASIC

ET
LR
E I
VM

CMPTR
WARN

DN

UP

84

11

S
T
O
W

EMER

39

RESET

FAIL B

83

AHRS
AUX PWR

85

AFCS B
ON

AFCS A

ON

86

BOTTLE 2
ARMED
PUSH

87

MASTER
WARNING
RESET

ENG SYNC

RH ENGINE
FIRE
PUSH

75

HYD
TEMP
LOW

37

LH ENGINE
FIRE
PUSH

FLAPS
O'SPD

88

BOTTLE 1
ARMED
PUSH

80

EFIS FAN

RESET

FAIL A

MFD FAN

81

DEPLOY S
W NORMAL

UNLOCK

13

12

ARM

S
T
O
W

30

AOA
PROBE

FLAPS
INOP

36

13

DEPLOY

12

ARM

UNLOCK

11

BLEED VAL OPEN

41

40

FLAPS
SPDBK/SP

S
NORMAL W

EMER

17

16

15

APU
FIRE

BLEED VAL
OPEN

APU FAIL

APU RELAY
ENGAGED

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27

EMERG SMOKE FUEL COMP


DESCENT DETECT MANUAL
PRI TRIM SPEED LH RH
BRAKE
FAIL
33
43

LH

18

19

23

FUEL
FUEL LOW FUS TANK
LOW
BOOST ON
PRESS
FUS TANK
RH LH RH LH RH FILL VL V
26

HYD F/W
SHUTOFF

25

31

FUS TANK
GEN
XFER FAIL
OFF
WING FUEL
RH
XFER OPEN LH
22

46

69

67

68

52

57

55
2

65

63

53

LH

RH

LH

54

PAC
O'HEAT

56

DUCT
O'HEAT

61

ACC DOOR
UNLOCKED

59

29

AFT
J-BOX
RH LMT CB

3
7
FIRE EXT OIL CHIP
BOTL LOW DETECTOR

60

CAB DOOR
UNLOCK NOSE BAG

DOOR
SEAL

RH CKPT CAB CKPT CAB BAG HTR LH


O'HEAT
62

P/S HTR HP PRECLR


OFF
O'HEAT

66

STALL
STAB
ENG
WING
EMERG
PAC HP ISO VALVE FIRE DET
WARN
DE-ICE ANTI-ICE ANTI-ICE PRESS ON VLV OPEN
OPEN
FAIL
ANTI
LH RH LH RH LH RH LH RH LH RH PAC HI LH RH
SKID
70
58

42

GUST
W/S
W/S AIR
LOCK
FAULT
GROUND PARK
BRAKE LH RH
IDLE
10
77

INVERTER
FAIL

32

49
34
44
35
21
20
24
71
72
6
4
OIL PRESS CAB AL T SEC TRIM SPOILERS RUDDER FUEL F/W FUEL FLTR FUEL LOW FUS TANK HYD PRESS HYD VOL
8500 FT
LOW
WARN
FAULT
UP
BIAS
SHUTOFF BYPASS
LEVEL FUEL PUMP
LOW
AUX-HYD
AIL BOOST
NO
SPOILER
LH RH
LH RH LH RH LH RH 1
2
LH RH PRESS
OFF
TAKEOFF HOLDOWN
74
47 73
45
48

RH

LH

64

W/S
O'HEAT

28

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