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Limitations

General Limitations

Table of Contents
Limitations – Citation/Citation I . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3A-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3A-3 Operational Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3A-5 Single Pilot General and Operational Limitations (501 Models Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3A-9 System Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3A-11 Limitations – Citation II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3B-1 General Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3B-1 Operational Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3B-3 Single Pilot General and Operational Limitations . . . . 3B-11 System Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3B-13 . . . . 3C-1 Limitations – Citation II-627 and Subsequent

General Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3C-1 Operational Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3C-3 System Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3C-9 Limitations – Citation SII . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3D-1 General Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3D-1 Operational Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3D-5 System Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3D-13

Citation I/II/SII
June 1997

For training only

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For training only

Citation I/II/SII

June 1997

Limitations – C0/CI

Limitations – Citation/Citation I General Limitations
The limitations in this section apply to all models in both aircraft, except where noted. However, varied service bulletins, especially on older models, are too numerous to address in this handbook. Some of these service bulletins that apply to your specific aircraft may slightly alter the following limitations. Please refer to the AFM to verify the limits for your aircraft.

Authorized Operations
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Day and Night VFR and IFR Flight Flight Into Known Icing Conditions

Certification Status
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FAR Part 25 and FAR Part 23 (501)

Maneuvers
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Aerobatic maneuvers, including spins, are prohibited.

Flight Crew Requirements – Pilot/Copilot
See Single Pilot Operation (501 Models Only), page 3-11, for single pilot limitations.
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Pilot in command must have CE-500 type rating and meet FAR 61.58 requirements. The copilot shall posess a multi-engine rating, an instrument rating for flight above 18,000 ft or flight into instrument meterological conditions, and meet the requirements of FAR 61.55. Category II operation requires two pilots.

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Citation I/II/SII
May 2001

For training only

3A-1

. . . . 3A-2 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . . . shears the bolts attaching the steering gear assembly to the cylinder.Passenger Seat Position For all takeoffs and landings: I I Seats fully upright and outboard Seats adjacent to emergency exit must be fully tracked toward rear of aircraft Maximum Baggage Loads Nose Compartment Aft Cabin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 350 LBS . Forcing the nose gear beyond the towing stop (95° limit). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 650 LBS Towing I Maximum nose gear towing turning angle limit is 95° either side of center. .

500 LBS With SB34-23 . . . . . . . 303 to 349 without SB57-12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .500 LBS C0 001 to 070 with SB32-1 and SB32-23. . . 071 to 302 with SB32-23. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. . . . . . 10. . . . . . . . . . . .500 LBS Landing . 11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .400 LBS With SB34-15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .400 LBS With SB34-15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11. . 8. . .500 LBS C0 001 to 070 with SB32-1. . . .500 LBS With SB34-23 without SB57-12 . . 8. . .400 LBS With SB34-15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. . . . . . . . 12. . . . 8. 001 to 349 with SB57-12: Ramp . . . . . . . . . . . .000 LBS Takeoff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. . 071 to 302 without SB32-23: Ramp Takeoff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .000 LBS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .350 LBS Zero Fuel . . . 9. . . . . . . . . . .400 LBS Landing . 9. . . . . . . . . . .500 LBS With SB34-23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11. . .850 LBS . . . . . . . . .850 LBS Landing . . . 11. 9. . . . . . . . . . . . .500 LBS Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3A-3 . . . . . . 10. . . . . . . . . .Limitations – C0/CI Operational Limitations Maximum Weights C0 001 to 070 without SB32-1: Ramp Takeoff Zero Fuel . . 11. . . . . . 11. .000 LBS Zero Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . .650 LBS . . . . . .

. . .(246. .4” AFT OF DATUM) At 11. . . . . .0 and 22. . . . . .500 LBS I Takeoff weight is limited by most restrictive of: – maximum certified T/O weight – maximum T/O weight permitted by climb requirements – takeoff field length. . . . .350 LBS Zero Fuel . . 9.6% OF MAC . . . . . . . . . . . .0% OF MAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .400 LBS With SB34-15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6% MAC. . . . . . . . . . . 18. . . . . . . . 22. . . . 12. 8. .CI (all): Ramp . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0% OF MAC . .850 LBS Landing . . . . . . . . . 11. . . . .500 lbs or less .(250. . . . . Center of Gravity Moment Envelope See CG charts in Flight Planning chapter. . . . . . . 11. . . . . . . . . . .0” AFT OF DATUM) There is a straight line variation between 18. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I Landing weight is limited by most restrictive of: – maximum certified landing weight – maximum landing weight permitted by climb requirements and brake energy limit – landing distance. .000 LBS Takeoff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .850 lbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9” AFT OF DATUM) 3A-4 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . Aft Limit . . . . . . . . Forward Limit: At 7.(255. . . . 30. . . . . .

. . . .500 lb ZFW) . . .& APPR (15°) . .000 ft . . . . 202 KIAS Maximum Speedbrake Operation (VSB) .500 ft (9. . . . . .705 M INDICATED VMO 14. . . .500 lb ZFW) . . . . 176 KIAS Partial flaps. . . . . . . . . . . . . .000 to 28. . . 289 KIAS 14. . . . . . .000 ft . . . . . . . . . . .000 ft (9. . . . . . . . . . .000 to 28. .705 M INDICATED VMO 14. . 262 KIAS Maximum VMO/MMO (CI): MMO above 28. . . . or descent) unless a higher speed is authorized for flight test or pilot training. . cruise. . 277 KIAS 14.000 ft . . . .000 ft . . following page) I Confine the following to speeds below VA: – full rudder application – full aileron control application – maneuvers involving angle-of-attack near stall. . . . . . . T. . . . .(Figure 3-1. . . . . . . . . . .000 ft . .000 to 26. NO LIMIT Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3A-5 .Limitations – C0/CI Speed Limits Maximum VMO/MMO (C0): MMO above 26. . . . . 262 KIAS Do not exceed these limits in any flight regime (climb. . . . . . . 262 KIAS VMO sea level to 14. . .000 to 30. Maximum Flap Extended (VFE): Full flaps. .500 lb ZFW) . . .000 to 30. . . . . . . . . . . LAND (40°) . SEE GRAPH . . .500 ft (10. . . . Maximum Maneuvering (VA) . 262 KIAS VMO sea level to 14. . . . . . . 277 KIAS 14.000 ft . . . . .O. . . 0. . . 0. . .

Speeds may vary depending on compliance with specific service bulletins.50 0L BS 0 . 7 S LB S 9 10 30. 3A-6 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 .000 5000 SEA LEVEL 120 140 160 180 200 220 MANUVERING SPEED (VA) .10.000 40.000 FEET WEIGHT . Citation I INDICATED PRESSURE ALTITUDE .000 20.000 INDICATED PRESSURE ALTITUDE .25.000 .50 LB 11 0 . See the Airplane Flight Manual.KIAS 240 260 3-1 NOTE: The above graph is the most conservative Maximum Maneuvering graph available.FEET H 0.000 0 75 0L BS L 00 BS 50 M BS 0L AC 85 35.000 10.Maximum Maneuvering Speeds Citation.190 KNOTS 45.500 LBS MAXIMUM MANUVERING SPEED .000 15.85 11 25.

. . . . . . . . . DEMONSTRATED 25 KTS Maximum Water/Slush on Runway . . . . .705M C0 with SB57-12. . . . . . CI . . . . 165 KTS Autopilot Operation: C0 without SB57-12 . . . . . . . RECOMMENDED 180 KIAS Takeoff and Landing Operational Limits Maximum Altitude: C0 001 to 070 without SB32-1 or SB21-9 . . . . . . CI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BELOW STALL SPEED FOR ALL WEIGHTS Ground (VMCG) . . . . . CI . . . . .000 FT C0 001 to 070 with SB32-1 or SB21-9. . . . -54°C (-65°F) I I Autopilot must be off for takeoff/landing. . . C0 071 and subsequent. . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 KTS Maximum Crosswind . .000 FT Maximum Tailwind Component . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176 KIAS Turbulent Air Penetration . 277 KIAS/0. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Limitations – C0/CI Minimum Control: Air (VMCA) . . . . . . . . . . . 14. . .705M Maximum Landing Gear Speeds: VLE . . . . . . . . 55 KIAS Maximum Tire Ground Speed: C0 001 to 070. . . 176 KIAS VLO . ISA + 39°C (71°F) Minimum Ambient Temperature . . . . . . . . . . without SB32-1 or SB21-9 . . . . . 289 KIAS/0. 0. . For training only 3A-7 Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . . . . . . 139 KTS C0 001 to 070 with SB32-1 or SB21-9 and 071 to 349. . . . . . 12. . . . . . . . . Vertical navigation system must be off below 500 ft AGL. .75 IN Maximum Ambient Temperature . . .

. . . C0 214 and subsequent. . . .000 FT Temperature Limits . 35. . . . +3. . . . . . 400A . . CI . . . . . . . . -1. . 41. . . . . . . . . .0 G These accelerations limit angle-of-bank in turns and severity of pullup maneuvers. . . .O. . . .000 FT C0 001 to 213 with SB21-9. Landing . . .000 ft . . . . . .52 TO +3. . . 0. & APPR to LAND (15° to 40°) . . . . .8 G T. . .000 ft Load Factors In Flight. . . . . . 325A Above 35. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 TO +2. . . . . . .5 G 3A-8 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . . . .Enroute Operational Limits Maximum Operating Altitude: C0 001 to 213 without SB21-9 . . . . . . . . -54°C (-65°F) TO ISA + 39°C (71°F) Generator Load: To 35. . . Flaps: Up (0°) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

57 for single pilot operation (501 models only). SP Certification Status I FAR Part 23 SP Requirements I I Pilot must sit in the left seat. with the following additional constraints. Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3A-9 . I The pilot must have a CE-500 type rating and meet the requirements of FAR 61.Limitations – C0/CI Single Pilot General and Operational Limitations (501 Models Only) Conduct single pilot operations according to data established for C0 and CI. The following equipment must be operating: – one autopilot with approach coupling – one flight director – one boom microphone or headset-mounted microphone – transponder identifier switch on pilot’s control wheel.

3A-10

For training only

Citation I/II/SII
June 1997

Limitations – C0/CI

System Limitations
Avionics and Communications
Angle-of-Attack
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May be used as reference, but does not replace primary airspeed indicator as a primary instrument.

Autopilot
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One pilot must remain in his seat with seat belt fastened during all AP operations. AP current monitor must be functionally tested prior to inflight use (C0 275 and subsequent; CI). Autopilot must be off for takeoff/landing.

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Dual Flight Director Installation
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The copilot’s second attitude indicating system must be installed and remain operating throughout the flight for those aircraft equipped with dual flight directors.

HF/ADF Systems
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The ADF bearing information may be erratic during HF transmissions. If this occurs, disregard ADF bearing during transmission periods.

Drag Chute (Optional)
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The aircraft’s nose wheel must be on the ground for drag chute operation. Maximum speed for drag chute deployment is 125 KIAS. Simultaneous use of drag chute and thrust reversers is prohibited. If chute deploys or jettisons above 110 kts, inspect the mechanism for possible damage.

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Citation I/II/SII
June 1997

For training only

3A-11

Electrical and Lighting
Battery
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If BATT O’HEAT annunciator illuminates during ground operation, do not take off until proper maintenance is accomplished. Limit engine starts to three per hour. If battery limitation is exceeded, accomplish a deep cycle including a capacity check to detect possible cell damage. See Maintenance Manual for procedure. NOTE: Three generator-assisted cross-starts are equal to one battery start. C0 001 to 274: Three external power starts are equal to one battery start. C0 275 and subsequent; CI: Do not count external power start as battery cycle.

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Generator Operating Limits
Generator Load: To 35,000 ft
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Above 35,000 ft

Continuous operation of the starter-generator above 325A is prohibited.

Starter Limitation
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Limit starter to three engine starts per 30 minutes with a 30second rest between cycles. This limitation is independent of the starter power source (i.e., battery, generator-assisted cross-start, or GPU).

External Power Limitation
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With GPU connected to aircraft, limit GPU output to maximum of 1,000 amps and 28V DC. Exceeding these limits may damage the starter.
For training only Citation I/II/SII
June 1997

3A-12

Additive Concentration Range Minimum Maximum 20 fluid ounces per 104 gallons 0. WARNING: Anti-icing additives containing ethylene glycol monomethyl ether (EGME) or diethylene glycol monomethyl ether (DIEGME) are harmful if inhaled.06% 20 fluid ounces per 156 gallons 0. refer to all safety information on the container. and cause eye irritation.Limitations – C0/CI Fuel System I Fuel remaining in the fuel tank when the quantity indicator reads zero is not usable in flight.15% 20 fluid ounces per 104 gallons 0. Military JP-4. they are combustible. Anti-Ice Additive I Anti-icing must be added to all fuels that do not contain the additive. Do not allow concentrated additive to contact coated interior of the fuel tank or the aircraft’s painted surface. The additive should be stopped before fuel flow stops. Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3A-13 . and JP-8 have refinery preblended anti-icing. Also. swallowed or absorbed through the skin.10% DIEGME CAUTION: Ensure that additive is directed into flowing fuel stream and additive flow is started after fuel flow.15% Hi-Flo EGME 20 fluid ounces per 260 gallons 0. JP-5. Before using this material.

. . provided: – maximum fuel and ambient air temperature is within limits +32°C (90°F) – boost pumps are on – hours of avgas usage are entered in engine logbook – maximum operating altitude is 25. . . Fuel Imbalance Maximum Fuel Imbalance . . A-2. . . 800 LBS Aviation Gasoline I All grades of MIL-G-5572 avgas are permitted for a maximum of 50 hours or 3.500 gallons between overhauls.000 ft. and JP-8 3A-14 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . . and Jet B – JP-4. commercial kerosene: – Jet A. Jet Fuel I The following fuels are approved per specification CPW 204. Jet A-1. Check that the CB is in. . . .Boost Pumps I Turn on boost pumps when FUEL LEVEL LO annunciators illuminate or indicated fuel is below 170 lbs. . JP-5. . .

235 to 249.O. A-1. JP-4 -65°F (-54°C) 118°F (48°C) 35..81 C0 001 to 213 without SB21-9 C0 001 to 213 with SB 21-9. Max Fuel Temp Max Altitude Max Asymmetric Fuel Fuel Control Density 1 2 Jet B. -2.000 ft2 800 lbs 0. CI Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3A-15 .Limitations – C0/CI Fuel Limitations and Adjustments Jet A.000 ft1 41.79 Avgas -65°F (-54°C) 90°F (32°C) 25.73 -20°F (-29°C) 118°F (48°C) 35. JP-5. T. JP-8 Min Fuel Temp. C0 214 to 233.000 ft 800 lbs 0.000 ft1 41.000 ft2 800 lbs 0.

3A-16 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . B-4. Windshield Alcohol Anti-Ice System I Use TT-I-735 isopropyl alcohol for windshield anti-ice. Ice and Rain Protection Engine Anti-Ice System I Engine anti-ice is required for taxi. operate for one out of every four minutes at 65% turbine RPM or above. The backup alcohol system is sufficient for 10 minutes. takeoff. IV or IVA. Windshield Bleed Air Anti-Ice System I Activate windshield bleed air when operating in visible moisture with OAT at +4 to -30°C (+40 to -22°F) to prevent ice on windshield. Wing Deice System I Wing deice is required in flight when wing ice builds up to 1/4 to 1/2 inch thickness (use stall strip as gage). For sustained ground operations. CAUTION: Limit ground operation of pitot/static heat to two minutes to prevent damage to the angle-of-attack system.Hydraulic System Approved Fluids I I Skydrol 500 A. C or LD-4 Hyjet. Hyjet W. III. B. and in flight when operating in visible moisture with OAT at +4 to -30°C (+40 to -22°F).

. . .000 PSI. . C0 071 and sub. . . . .-1) PSI C0 001 to 070 with SB32-1. . . . .Limitations – C0/CI Landing Gear and Brakes Approved Nose Tires I I Goodyear 184F10-1 and 184F10-2 Goodrich 031-613-8 Brake and Optional Anti-Skid Systems Emergency Air Pressure . . . . . . . . . . 79 (+3. . . . 100 ±5 PSI Nose Wheel .800 TO 2. . . . . 1. . . . . the anti-skid must be operative for takeoff and landing on sod/dirt or gravel runways. . . . . CI . . . . 165 KTS Maximum Landing Gear Operating (VLO/VLE) . C0 071 to 349. . Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3A-17 . . 90 (+3. . . . . . . 176 KIAS I If installed. . . . . . . . . . 120 ±5 PSI Speeds Tire Ground Speed: C0 001 to 070 without SB32-1 or SB21-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .000 PSI Relief valve ruptures at 4.-1) PSI C0 052 to 070 without SB32-1 . .. . . . . . . . 139 KTS C0 001 to 070 with SB32-1 or SB21-9. . . . . . . . CI . Tire Pressures Main Wheels: C0 001 to 051 without SB32-1 . .

CAUTION: Do not advance primary throttle after moving thrust reverser lever to stow until the UNLOCK light extinguishes. Maximum allowable thrust reverser deployed time is 15 minutes in any one hour period. Maximum reverse thrust setting is limited to takeoff thrust. I I I I I Engine static ground operation is limited to less than 80% N1. Simultaneous use of the drag chute and thrust reversers is prohibited. 3A-18 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . The optional pressure-demand sweep-on oxygen mask must be properly stowed to qualify as quick-donning. for ambient temperature at sea level above 46°C (114°F). WARNING: Do not attempt to restow reversers and takeoff once reversers have started to deploy.Oxygen I The standard diluter-demand oxygen mask must be positioned around the neck above FL250 to qualify as quick-donning. Thrust reversing on sod/dirt or gravel runways is prohibited. I Thrust Reversers I Reduce reverse thrust power to the idle reverse detent position at 60 KIAS on landing roll.

4% RPM (1B) Oil Press 65 to 80 PSIG Oil Temp 10°C to red line Max Continuous Continuous 680°C 95% RPM 65 to 80 PSIG 0°C to red line Max Cruise Continuous 670°C 95% RPM 65 to 80 PSIG 0°C to red line Idle Start Acceleration Continuous –– –– 580°C 700°C (2 sec) 700°C 46% RPM ±0.200 LBS Engine Fan Inspection I To ensure accurate fan speed thrust indication. . . inspect fan for damage prior to each flight.4% RPM (1B) 99% RPM (1) 102. Some indicators are red-lined at 115°C and other at 121°. In either case. 1A or 1B Thrust Takeoff.1% RPM (1A)1 103. Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3A-19 .1% RPM (1A)1 103.Limitations – C0/CI Powerplant – Pratt and Whitney Turbofan JT15D-1.5% –– 95% RPM 35 PSIG (min) –– –– -40°C to red line -40°C (min) 0°C to red line 1 C0 001 to 350 with JT15D-1A engines not modified by SB500-72-3 must use JT15D-1 limitations NOTE: The red line on the oil temperature indicator dictates oil temperature limitation.1% RPM (1A)1 103. Engine Operating Limits Thrust Setting Takeoff Time Limit 5 minutes ITT Temp 700°C N2 95% RPM N1 99% RPM (1) 102. . 2. Standard Day at Sea Level . . .4% RPM (1B) 99% RPM (1) 102.1% RPM (1A)1 103.4% RPM (1B) –– –– 99% RPM (1) 102. . . do not exceed the red line indication.

3A-20 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 .

4 to 105% RPM Turbine Speed 95 to 97% RPM –– 95 to 97% RPM –– 95 to 97% RPM –– Refer to Engine Maintenance Manual Turbine Speed Exceeds 97% RPM Exceeds 95% RPM Exceeds 97% RPM Exceeds 95% RPM Exceeds 97% RPM Exceeds 95% RPM Fan Speed Exceeds 110% RPM Exceeds 105% RPM Exceeds 110% RPM Exceeds 102.4 to 110% RPM 103.1 to 110% RPM 102.1% RPM Exceeds 110% RPM Exceeds 105% RPM Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3A-21 .Limitations – C0/CI Engine Overspeed Limits Model JT15D-1 State Transient Steady JT15D-1A Transient Steady JT15D-1B Transient Steady Log Book Entry Required Fan Speed 99 to 110% RPM 99 to 105% RPM 102.1 to 105% RPM 103.

Inter-Turbine Temperature Limits Starting Conditions Only 750 700 INVESTIGATE CAUSE FOR ALL TEMPERATURES EXCEEDING AREA “A” ENVELOPE. 650 INTER-TURBINE TEMPERATURE (°C) 600 550 AREA “A” ENVELOPE 500 0 5 TIME (SECOND) 10 15 All Conditions Except Starting I If the inter-turbine temperature (ITT) exceeds 700°C or if 680°C is exceeded for more than five minutes. refer to the Engine Maintenance Manual. For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 3A-22 . REFER TO ENGINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL.

quarts of dissimilar oil brands must be added. I I Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3A-23 .Limitations – C0/CI Engine Oil I The following oils are approved for use: – Mobil Jet Oil II and 254 – Exxon Turbo Oil 2380 – Castrol 5000 – Aeroshell Turbine Oil 500 and 560 – Royco Turbine Oil 500 and 560. drain and flush the complete oil system. Aeroshell/Royco Turbine Oil 560 or Mobil Jet 254). I When adding a dissimilar oil. CAUTION: The engine manufacturer strongly recommends that when changing from a existing lubricant formulation to a third generation lubricant formulation (e. For additional information refer to the engine manufacturer’s pertinent oil service bulletins. oils listed for the engine in the latest revision to Pratt and Whitney Canada. Inc. 7001 are approved. If more than two U. then refill with a single brand of approved oil according to Engine Maintenance Manual instructions. drain and flush the complete oil system and refill with an approved oil according to Engine Maintenance Manual instructions. – In addition. such a change be made only when an engine is new or freshly overhauled. If oils of nonapproved brands or of different viscosities become inter-mixed. Minimum oil temperature for starting is -40°C (-40°F).S.S. Bulletin No.g. quarts in any 400-hour period. use any approved oil brand if the total quantity of added oil does not exceed two U.

I 3A-24 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 .Prolonged Ground Operation I Continuous ground operation of starter/generator above 325A is prohibited. Limit ground operation of pitot/static heat to two minutes to prevent damage to angle-of-attack system.

. . .0 TO 8.6 PSID C0 001 to 213 with SB21-9. . . C0 214 and subsequent. . “PRIVACY CURTAIN AND DOOR MUST BE OPEN UNLESS TOILET IS OCCUPIED. . operate fan in HI or LOW when the aft baggage compartment dividers are closed. . . CI .” I Cabin Pressurization Limits Normal Cabin Pressurization Differential: C0 001 to 213 without SB21-9 . . 0. 8. . . . . . 0. . . If fan is inoperative or off. CI .0 PSID C0 001 to 213 with SB21-9.000 ft – right generator inoperative – ambient temperatures less than -21°C (-5°F). . . . .0 TO 7. 8. . .8 PSID Freon Air Conditioning (Optional – Cessna Installed) I Operation of the air conditioning system is prohibited for any of the following conditions: – pressure altitude above 18.Limitations – C0/CI Pneumatic and Pressurization Cabin Overhead Fan I To meet smoke detection criteria. Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3A-25 . C0 214 and subsequent. . . . . .5 PSID Maximum Differential (Relief Valve Setting): C0 001 to 213 without SB21-9 . . display on the fixed portion of the aft divider a placard reading.

3A-26

For training only

Citation I/II/SII

June 1997

Limitations – Citation II General Limitations
Authorized Operations
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Day and Night VFR and IFR Flight Flight Into Icing Conditions

Maximum Baggage Loads
Nose Compartment Aft Cabin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 350 LBS Aft Tailcone Compartment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 LBS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 600 LBS

Certification Status
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Emergency Exit
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The emergency exit door pin must be removed before flight.

Maneuvers
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Citation I/II/SII
June 1997

For training only

3B-1

Flight Crew Requirements – Pilot/Copilot
See Single Pilot General and Operational Limitations, on page 3-37, for single pilot limitations.
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Pilot in command must have CE-500 type rating and meet FAR 61.58 requirements. The copilot shall posess a multi-engine rating, an instrument rating for flight above 18,000 ft or flight into instrument meterological conditions, and meet the requirements of FAR 61.55. Category II operation requires two pilots qualified in accordance with FAR 61.3.

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Passenger Seat Position
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For all takeoffs and landings: Seats fully upright and outboard Seats aft of emergency exit in most aft position.

Towing
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Maximum nose gear towing turning angle limit is 95° either side of center. Forcing the nose gear beyond the towing stop (95° limit), shears the bolts attaching the steering gear assembly to the cylinder.

3B-2

For training only

Citation I/II/SII
July 1999

. . .700 LBS Takeoff . .500 LBS Zero Fuel.300 LBS Zero Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . 9. . . . . . . . .Limitations – CII Operational Limitations Maximum Weights Ramp Landing . . . . . .000 LBS I Takeoff weight is limited by most restrictive of: – maximum certified T/O weight – maximum T/O weight permitted by climb requirements – takeoff field length. 13. . . . . . . . . . . . .500 LBS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3B-3 . . 13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Optional . . . . . . . . . 11. . . 12. I Landing weight is limited by most restrictive of: – maximum certified landing weight – maximum landing weight permitted by climb requirements or brake energy limit – landing distance. . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . .500 lbs . . . . .(279. . . . .8” AFT OF DATUM) At 12. . .Center of Gravity Moment Envelope See CG chart in Flight Planning chapter. . . . . . . . .(285.(279. . .0% OF MAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30. . . .1” AFT OF DATUM) There is a straight line variation between 18.0 and 22. .540 lbs or less . . . . .8” AFT OF DATUM) 3B-4 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . . . . . . .300 lbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21. . . .0% OF MAC .6% of MAC. . . . 22. .(276. . . . . 18. . . . . Forward Limit: At 13. . . .8% OF MAC . . . . Aft Limit . . . . .6% OF MAC .2” AFT OF DATUM) At 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. 0. . LAND (40°) . . . . 277 KIAS VMO sea level to 14. .000 ft . . . . . . . . . . . . . .500 Lbs Zero Fuel Weight: MMO above 28. . . . 176 KIAS Partial flaps. . . 165 KTS Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3B-5 . . . . . . . . . . . .500 ft . . . T. . . . . . . . . . . Maximum Flap Extended (VFE): Full flaps. . . . . . . . . . SEE CHART . . . . . . . .000 ft . . . . .O. cruise.000 to 28. . .705 M VMO Sea Level to 30.000 ft . . . 262 KIAS Do not exceed these limits in any flight regime (climb. Maximum VMO/MMO – 11. 262 KIAS Do not exceed these limits in any flight regime (climb. . . . . . 202 KIAS Maximum Speedbrake Operation (VSB) . .705 M INDICATED VMO 14. . . . .500 ft . . . . Maximum Maneuvering (VA) . . . .000 Lbs Zero Fuel Weight: MMO Above 30.& APPR (15°) . 77 KIAS Minimum Control – Ground (VMCG) . . . . . . cruise. . . . . . . . . . 62 KIAS Maximum Tire Ground Speed . . . . . . . .Limitations – CII Speed Limits Maximum VMO/MMO – 9. . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . . . NO LIMIT Minimum Control – Air (VMCA) . . . . . . . . . or descent) unless a higher speed is authorized for flight test or pilot training. . . . . .(Figure 3-2. . . . . or descent) unless a higher speed is authorized for flight test or pilot training. . . . . . . . . . . page 3-33) I Confine the following to speeds below VA: – full rudder application – full aileron control application – maneuvers involving angle of attack near stall. .

. . . . . . . . . 262 KIAS 11. . . . . . . . . . . .000 ZFW . . . . . . . .500 ZFW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 KIAS Without SB550-32-14: VLE VLO . . . . . . . . . . . . . .000 ft) Landing Gear Speeds: With SB550-32-14 (Increased Maximum Gear Extend Speed): VLE . . . . .Autopilot Operation: 9. . 250 KIAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 KIAS . . . . 200 KIAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RECOMMENDED 180 KIAS Turbulent Air Penetration 3B-6 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . . . . . . 262 KIAS/0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .705M VLO (Extending) VLO (Retracting) . . . . . 176 KIAS With Gravel Runway Kit: VLE VLO . . . . . . . 277 KIAS/0. . . . . . . . . . .705M 9. . VMO . . . . . . .500 ZFW (Below 14. . . . 176 KIAS . . . . .

Limitations – CII Maximum Maneuvering Speeds Citation II 3-2 Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3B-7 .

. . Goodyear Tire part numbers 184F08-1 and 184F13-3 and Goodrich Tire part number 031-613-8 are the only approved nose tires. . . . . . . . . . . . . .000 ft . . . . . . . . . . . SEE GRAPH . 14. 400A Above 25. . . . . . . .000 FT Maximum Ambient Temperature Maximum Crosswind . . . . .000 FT Temperature Limits . DEMONSTRATED 23 KTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I Enroute Operational Limits Maximum Operating Altitude . . . . . . . . . . Unit 296 and subsequent: Up to 35. . .Takeoff and Landing Operational Limits Maximum Altitude . . . . . . . . . . 400A Above 35. . . . . -54°C . 0. . . Anti-skid must be operable for takeoff and landing on sod/dirt or gravel runways. . . . .000 ft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43. . . . . The nose tire must be inflated to 120 ±5 PSI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ISA +39°C Minimum Ambient Temperature . . . . .(Figure 3-3) Generator Load: Units 115 to 126 and 128 to 295 without SB550-54-04: Up to 25. 115 to 126 and 128 to 295 with SB55054-04. 10 KTS Maximum Water/Slush on Runway I I I Autopilot/yaw damper must be off for takeoff/landing. . . . . .000 ft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 IN Maximum Tailwind Component . . . . . . .000 ft . 325A 3B-8 For training only Citation I/II/SII July 1999 . . . . . . . . . . . . 250A Units 002 to 114. . . . . . . . Vertical navigation system must be off below 500 ft AGL. . . . . . . .

Limitations – CII Takeoff/Landing/Enroute Temperature Limitations Citation II 3-3 Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3B-9 .

. .300 LBS T. . . . . . . . . +3.O. .8G AT 13. .700 LBS 3B-10 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . . . Flaps: Up (0°) . Landing . . . -1. . . .75G AT 12. . . .300 LBS These accelerations limit angle-of-bank in turns and severity of pullup maneuvers.Load Factors In Flight. .0 TO +2.52 TO +3. . 0. & APPR to LAND (15° to 40°) . . . . . . . .0G AT 13. . . . .

. . . I SP Maximum Weight Limits Ramp Landing . . . . The following equipment must be operating: – one autopilot with approach coupling – one flight director – one boom microphone or headset-mounted microphone – transponder identifier switch on pilot’s control wheel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12. . . . . . . . . I The pilot must have a CE-500 type rating and meet the requirements of FAR 61. . . 100 ±5 PSI Nose Wheel Tire Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Single pilot operation is prohibited when operating from gravel runways. . . . 120 ±5 PSI Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3B-11 . .700 LBS . . . . . . . . . . . . 12. . . . . 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .000 LBS Takeoff . . . . SP Certification Status I FAR Part 23 SP Requirements I I Pilot must sit in the left seat. .57. .Limitations – CII Single Pilot General and Operational Limitations (551 Models only) Conduct single pilot operations according to data established for Citation II with the following additional constraints. . . . .500 LBS SP Landing Gear Main Wheel Tire Pressure . .

3B-12 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 .

Section IV (CII 162 and subsequent). and remain operating throughout the flight for those aircraft equipped with dual flight directors. the limitation for back course approaches is removed.Limitations – CII System Limitations Avionics and Communications Angle-of-Attack I May be used as a reference. Autopilot/yaw damper must be off for takeoff/landing.500 ft if the torque monitor (AP TORQUE annunciator) does not test per AFM. CII 418 and subsequent should have “H” mod. AP current monitor must be functionally tested prior to inflight use. The “H” mod circuitry in flight director computer provides pseudo signals to flight director when radio altimeter is inoperative or not installed. flight director back course approaches (coupled or uncoupled) are prohibited without an operating radio altimeter. I Dual Flight Director Installation I The copilot’s second attitude indicating system must be installed. but does not replace the primary airspeed indicator. The dual flight director dual AC power distribution system must function normally as verified by performing a preflight test of the AC system. Vertical navigation system must be off below 500 ft AGL. be operational. Autopilot I One pilot must remain in his seat with seat belt fastened during AP operation. For training only 3B-13 I Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . therefore. I I I I Autopilot/Flight Director I For CII 162 and subsequent without “H” mod on the flight director. AP operation is prohibited above 14.

disregard the ADF bearing during transmission periods. If the chute deploys or jettisons above 110 kts. Drag Chute I The aircraft’s nose wheel must be on the ground for drag chute operation. Maximum speed for drag chute deployment is 125 KIAS. inspect the mechanism for possible damage.HF/ADF Systems I The ADF bearing information may be erratic during HF transmissions. Simultaneous use of drag chute and thrust reversers is prohibited. I I I 3B-14 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . If this occurs.

. . . . . . . . . 400A Above 35. . . .000 ft . . 325A GPU Limitation I With GPU connected to aircraft. . .000 ft . . . Exceeding these limits may damage the starter. . . . . . . . . . . .000A and adjust the voltage to 28. . . . . . . . . . .000 ft . . . . . . . . . Do not count an external power engine start as battery cycle. Unit 296 and subsequent: Up to 35. . . Refer to the Maintenance Manual for the procedure. I Generator Operating Limits Generator Load: Units 115 to 126 and 128 to 295 without SB550-54-04: Up to 25.5V DC with no load. NOTE: Three generator-assisted cross-starts equal one battery start. . . . . do not take off until proper maintenance is accomplished. limit GPU output to a maximum of 1. . .Limitations – CII Electrical and Lighting Systems Battery I If BATT O’HEAT annunciator illuminates during ground operation. . . . Limit engine starts to three per hour. Citation I/II/SII July 1999 For training only 3B-15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .000 ft . . Starter Limitation I Limit the starter to three engine starts per 30 minutes with a 30-second rest between cycles. 250A Units 002 to 114. . accomplish a deep cycle with a capacity check to detect possible cell damage. . 115 to 126 and 128 to 295 with SB55054-04. 400A Above 25. If a battery limitation is exceeded. .

10% DIEGME CAUTION: Ensure that additive is directed into flowing fuel stream and additive flow is started after fuel flow. 3B-16 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . WARNING: Anti-icing additives containing ethylene glycol monomethyl ether (EGME) or diethylene glycol monomethyl ether (DIEGME) are harmful if inhaled. Military JP-4. refer to all safety information on the container. they are combustible. Before using this material. JP-5. The additive should be stopped before fuel flow stops.15% Hi-Flo EGME 20 fluid ounces per 260 gallons 0. swallowed or absorbed through the skin. Do not allow concentrated additive to contact coated interior of the fuel tank or the aircraft’s painted surface. and cause eye irritation.Fuel System I Fuel remaining in the fuel tank when the quantity indicator reads zero is not usable in flight. Also. Anti-Ice Additive I Anti-icing must be added to all fuels that do not contain the additive.15% 20 fluid ounces per 104 gallons 0. Additive Concentration Range Minimum Maximum 20 fluid ounces per 104 gallons 0.06% 20 fluid ounces per 156 gallons 0. and JP-8 have refinery preblended anti-icing.

. provided: – pilot confirms the fuel temperature is within limits – maximum fuel and ambient air temperature is +32°C. Jet A-1. . – boost pumps are on – hours of avgas use are entered in the engine logbook – maximum operating altitude is 18. JP-5. . commercial kerosene: – Jet A. 600 LBS Aviation Gasoline I All grades of MIL-G-5572 avgas are permitted for a maximum of 50 hours or 3. and Jet B – JP-4. Jet A-2.Limitations – CII Boost Pumps I Turn on boost pumps when FUEL LEVEL LO annunciators illuminate or indicated fuel is 169 lbs or less. . . . . Differential Maximum Asymmetrical Difference .500 gallons between overhauls. .000 ft. and JP-8 Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3B-17 . . Jet Fuel I The following fuels are approved per specification CPW 204.

000 ft 600 lbs 0.Fuel Limitations and Adjustments Jet A. JP-5.. Min Fuel Temp. -2. A-1. T.O. JP-8 Min Fuel Temp.000 ft 600 lbs 0.000 ft 600 lbs 0.81 Jet B.79 -54°C -54°C 32°C 18.73 3B-18 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . JP-4 Avgas -54°C -54°C 50°C 43. Start Max Fuel Temp Max Altitude Max Asymmetric Fuel Fuel Control Density -29°C -23°C 50°C 43..

C or LD-4 Hyjet. The backup alcohol system is sufficient for 10 minutes. Citation I/II/SII July 1999 For training only 3B-19 . Windshield Bleed Air Anti-Ice System I Windshield bleed air is required to prevent ice on windshield when operating in visible moisture with OAT at +10°C to -30°C.Limitations – CII Hydraulic System Approved Fluids I I Skydrol 500 A. takeoff. III. or IV. B. Hyjet W. I I Wing Deice System I Wing deice is required in flight when wing ice builds up to 1/4 to 1/2 inch thickness. For sustained ground operations. Ice and Rain Protection Engine Anti-Ice System I Engine anti-ice is required for taxi. operate for one out of four minutes at 65% turbine RPM. and in flight when operating in visible moisture with OAT at +10°C to -30°C. Windshield Alcohol Anti-Ice System I Use TT-I-735 isopropyl alcohol for windshield anti-ice. Set the W/S BLEED switch to LO (260°F) when OAT is above -18°C (0°F). B-4. Set the W/S BLEED switch to HI (280°F) when OAT is -18°C (0°F) or below.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 TO 2 INCHES . .300 PSI Tire Pressures Main Wheels . . . . .800 TO 2. . . 5 INCHES 3B-20 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . 675 ±25 PSI Accumulator Precharge Static . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Landing Gear and Brakes Anti-Skid I Anti-skid must be operative for takeoff and landing on sod/dirt or gravel runways. . . . . . . 120 ±5 PSI Strut Inflation Main Gear Nose Gear . . . . . 900 to 1. . . . . . . . . 108 ±5 PSI Nose Wheel . . . .050 PSI . . Approved Nose Tires I I Goodyear 184F08-1 and 184F13-3 Goodrich 031-613-8 Brakes Emergency Air Pressure Pressurized . . . . . . . . .

Maximum allowable thrust reverser deployed time is 15 minutes in any one hour period. Limit maximum reverse thrust setting to 94% N1 for ambient temperatures above -18°C and 92% N1 for ambient temperatures below -18°C. inspect the mechanism for possible damage. Maximum speed for drag chute deployment is 125 KIAS. Thrust reversing on sod/dirt or gravel runways is prohibited. Limit engine static ground operation to less than 80% N1 for ambient temperature at sea level above 51°C. I I I I I I I I I Citation I/II/SII July 1999 For training only 3B-21 .Limitations – CII Oxygen System I The standard diluter-demand oxygen mask must be positioned around the neck above FL250 to qualify as quick-donning. I Thrust Reversers I Reduce reverse thrust power to idle reverse at 60 KIAS on landing roll. Simultaneous use of drag chute and thrust reversers is prohibited. The optional pressure-demand sweep-on oxygen mask must be properly stowed to qualify as quick-donning. The aircraft’s nose whell must be on the ground for drag chut operation. Do not use thrust reversers during touch and go landings. If the chute is deployed or jettisoned above 110 kts.

Powerplant – Pratt and Whitney Turbofan JT15D-4 or JT15D-4B I Aircraft with SB550-71-3 are restricted to 180-day operation. Engine Fan Inspection I Engine Operating Limits Thrust Setting Takeoff Max Continuous Max Cruise Idle Start Acceleration Time Limit 5 minutes Continuous Continuous Continuous –– –– ITT Temp 700°C 680°C 670°C 580°C 700°C (2 sec) 700°C N2 96% RPM 96% RPM 96% RPM 49% RPM ±0. inspect fan for damage prior to each flight.5% –– 96% RPM N1 104% RPM 104% RPM 104% RPM –– –– 104% RPM Oil Press 70 to 85 PSIG 70 to 85 PSIG 70 to 85 PSIG 35 PSIG (min) –– 95 PSIG for 90 sec (Max Transient) Oil Temp 10° to 121°C 0° to 121°C 0° to 121°C -40° to 121°C -40°C (min) 0° to 121°C Engine Overspeed Limits State Transient Steady No Action Required Turbine Speed 92 to 96% RPM –– Log Book Entry Required Fan Speed 104to 110% RPM 104 to 106% RPM Turbine Speed 96 to 98% RPM –– Refer to Engine Maintenance Manual Turbine Speed Exceeds 98% RPM Exceeds 96% RPM Fan Speed Exceeds 110% RPM Exceeds 104% RPM 3B-22 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . To ensure accurate fan speed thrust indication.

ENGINE LOGBOOK ENTRY REQUIRED. REFER TO CHAPTER 77 OF THE AIRPLANE MAINTENANCE MANUAL. refer to the Engine Maintenance Manual. 650 INTER-TURBINE TEMPERATURE (°C) 600 550 AREA “A” ENVELOPE 500 0 5 TIME (SECOND) 10 15 All Conditions Except Starting I If the inter-turbone temperature (ITT) exceeds 700°C or if 680°C is exceeded for more than five minutes.Limitations – CII Inter-Turbine Temperature Limits Starting Conditions Only 750 700 INVESTIGATE CAUSE FOR ALL TEMPERATURES EXCEEDING AREA “A” ENVELOPE. For training only 3B-23 Citation I/II/SII June 1997 .

drain and flush the complete oil system and refill with an approved oil according to Engine Maintenance Manual instructions. I When mixing brands of oil. Minimum oil temperature for starting is -40°C (-40°F). For additional information refer to the engine manufacturer’s pertinent oil service bulletins. drain and flush the complete oil system. Aeroshell/Royco Turbine Oil 560 or Mobil Jet 254). use any approved oil brand if the total quantity of added oil does not exceed two U. I I 3B-24 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . CAUTION: The engine manufacturer strongly recommends that when changing from a existing lubricant formulation to a third generation lubricant formulation (e. then refill with a single brand of approved oil according to Engine Maintenance Manual instructions.Engine Oil I The following oils are approved for use: – Mobil Jet Oil II and 254 – Exxon Turbo Oil 2380 – Castrol 5000 – Aeroshell Turbine Oil 500 and 560 – Royco Turbine Oil 500 and 560 – Engine oils listed in the latest revision of Pratt and Whitney Canada Inc.S. quarts of dissimilar oil brands must be added.S. such a change be made only when an engine is new or freshly overhauled. If more than two U.g. SB 7001. If oils of nonapproved brands or of different viscosities become inter-mixed. quarts in any 400-hour period.

Limit ground operation of pitot/static heat to two minutes to prevent damage to angle-of-attack system. up to and including five minutes at takeoff thrust. and subsequent: operation in GND bleed air mode with the right engine set greater than 70% N2 is prohibited. 485. CII 482. to ambient temperatures not exceeding ISA +39°C. I I I Citation I/II/SII July 1999 For training only 3B-25 . Prolonged Ground Operation I Limit continuous engine ground static operation.Limitations – CII Loaner Engines I Aircraft incorporating SB550-71-03 are restricted to 180-day operation only. Continuous ground operation of starter/generator amperage above 325A is prohibited.

8 PSID Pressurization Source Selector CII 001 to 481. . Operation of the optional flood cooling system is prohibited above 10. operate fan in HI or LOW when the aft cabin privacy curtain is closed. . or high power settings. a placard reading PRIVACY CURTAIN AND DOOR MUST BE OPEN UNLESS TOILET IS OCCUPIED must be displayed on the fixed portion of the aft divider. pressure altitude. . Do not use flood cooling for cabin heating. 484: Operation in BOTH HI mode is not approved for takeoff. If the fan inoperative or off. 3B-26 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . landing.0 TO 8. .000 ft. . . . 0.Pneumatic and Pressurization Systems Cabin Overhead Fan To meet smoke detection criteria. 483. . Flood Cooling Freon Air Conditioning Operation of the air conditioning system is prohibited for any of the following conditions: – pressure altitude above 18.000 ft – either generator inoperative – ambient temperatures less than -21°C (-5°F). Cabin Pressurization Limits Normal Cabin Pressurization .

. . . . . . . . . Maneuvers I I No aerobatic maneuvers. . . Part 25. . . . 350 LBS . . . .Limitations – Citation II-627 and Subsequent General Limitations Authorized Operations I I I Day and Night VFR and IFR Flight Flight Into Icing Conditions Maximum Baggage Loads Nose Compartment .0 and 65. . . . .0% N1 Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3C-1 . . . . 600 LBS Certification Status I FAR. . . . including spins No intentional stalls above 25. . . . . 200 LBS Aft Cabin . . . . . FAR. . . .000 ft or at engine speeds between 61. . . . . . Part 23 (551) Emergency Exit I The emergency exit door pin must be removed before flight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(LESS OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT) Aft Tailcone Compartment . . . . . . . . . . .

3C-2 For training only Citation I/II/SII July 1999 . Forcing the nose gear beyond the towing stop (95° limit).55. shears the bolts attaching the steering gear assembly to the cylinder. The copilot shall posess a multi-engine rating.000 ft or flight into instrument meterological conditions.3. I I Passenger Seat Position I I I For all takeoffs and landings: Seats fully upright and outboard Seats aft of emergency exit in most aft position Towing I Maximum nose gear towing turning angle limit is 95° either side of center.58 requirements. Category II operation requires two pilots qualified in accordance with FAR 61. an instrument rating for flight above 18.Flight Crew Requirement – Pilot/Copilot I Pilot in command must have CE-500 type rating and meet FAR 61. and meet the requirements of FAR 61.

. . . . . . . . . . . .0% OF MAC . . . . . . . . . . . . .10” AFT OF DATUM) Forward Limit at 14. . . . . . .8” AFT OF DATUM) Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3C-3 . . . . . . . . 13. . 11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14. .500 lbs – maximum landing weight permitted by climb requirements or brake energy limit – landing distance.0% OF MAC . Aft Limit . . . .100 LBS Takeoff weight is limited by the most restrictive of: – maximum certified T/O weight 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.40” AFT OF DATUM) There is a straight line variation between 18. . . . . . .3% of MAC. Center of Gravity Moment Envelope See CG chart in Flight Planning chapter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 lbs . .(280. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 276. . . . .540 lbs or less . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 and 23. . . . . . . . . . . . .Limitations – CII-627 Operational Limitations Maximum Design Weights Ramp Landing Zero Fuel I . . .(285. 30. . . . . . . . . . .300 LBS . 23. Forward Limit at 8. . .500 LBS . . . . . .3% OF MAC . . . .000 LBS Takeoff . . . . . .100 lbs – maximum T/O weight permitted by climb requirements – takeoff field length. . . . . . I Landing weight is limited by the most restrictive of: – maximum certified landing weight 13. . .

) Maximum Maneuvering Speeds Citation II-627 and subsequent 3-4 3C-4 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 .Weight and Balance I Operate the aircraft in accordance with the approved loading schedule. (Refer to Weight and Balance Data Sheet and Model 550 Citation II Weight and Balance Manual.

. . . . . .O. . 176 KIAS . . . . . . . . . or descent) unless a higher speed is authorized for flight test or pilot training. . . .Limitations – CII-627 Speed Limits Maximum Operating: MMO above 30. . . . cruise. . . . 262 KIAS Partial flaps. . . . . . . .500 ft . . . . . . . 262 KIAS Do not exceed these limits in any flight regime (climb. . . . . . . . . . T. . 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SEE CHART . . NO LIMIT Minimum Control – Air (VMCA) . . . . .500 ft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LAND (40°) . . . Maximum Flap Extended (VFE): Full flaps. . Maximum Maneuvering (VA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 KIAS Autopilot Operation . . . . . . . . . . .705 MACH Maximum Landing Gear Extended (VLE) Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3C-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 KIAS Minimum Control – Ground (VMCG) . . . . 202 KIAS . . . . . . .705 M INDICATED VMO sea level to 30.& APPR (15%) Maximum Landing Gear Operating: (VLO – Extending) . . . . . 200 KIAS Maximum Speedbrake Operation (VSB) . . . .(Figure 3-4) I Confine the following to speeds below VA: – full rudder application – full aileron control application – maneuvers involving angle of attack near stall. . . 262 KIAS OR 0. . . . . 250 KIAS (VLO – Retracting) . .

. . . . . . . . . I I Enroute Operational Limits Maximum Operating Altitude . . . . . . . . 14. . . . . . . . . . 325A Above 35. . . . . . . . . . . . . -54°C Maximum Ground Tire Speed . . . . . . . . . 165 KTS I Goodyear tire part numbers 184F08-1 and 184F13-3 and Goodrich nose tire part number 031-613-8 are the only nose tires approved. . . . . . . . . . . . . SEE GRAPH . . .000 FT Temperature Limits . . . . . 43. . . . . . . . . . . . . Vertical navigation (VNAV) must be off below 500 ft AGL. . . . . . . . . . 400A . . . . . Autopilot and yaw damper must be off for takeoff and landing. . . . . . . . . . .000 ft 3C-6 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DEMONSTRATED 23 KTS . . . .Takeoff and Landing Operational Limits Maximum Altitude . . 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Figure 3-5) Generator Load: To 35. . . . . . . . The nose tire must be inflated to 120 ±5 PSI. . . . . 10 KTS Maximum Crosswind . . . . . .000 ft . .4 IN . . . . . . . . . ISA +39°C Maximum Water/Slush on Runway Maximum Ambient Temperature Minimum Ambient Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . .000 FT Maximum Tailwind Component . . . . .

Limitations – CII-627 Takeoff/Landing/Enroute Temperature Limitations Citation II-627 and subsequent 3-5 Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3C-7 .

. .O. . . .100 LBS T. . . -1.O. . +3. . . .0 TO +2. .8 G AT 14.5G AT 13.500 LBS 3C-8 For training only Citation I/II/SII July 1999 .Load Factors In Flight. . Flaps: Up (0°) . . & APPR to LAND (15° to 40°) . . . . . & APPR to LAND (15° to 40°) . 0.100 LBS These accelerations limit angle-of-bank in turns and severity of pull-up maneuvers. Landing. . . . . . . . .52 TO +3. . . . .0 G AT 14. . Flaps – T. .

May be used as a reference for approach speed (1. If this occurs. Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3C-9 . I Automatic Director Finder Systems (ADF) I The ADF bearing information may be erratic during HF transmission. takeoff/approach and landing positions. AP torque monitor must be functionally tested prior to inflight use. takeoff. disregard the ADF bearing during transmission periods. Autopilot I One pilot must remain in his seat with seat belt fastened during all AP operations. I I I Standby Gyro Horizon I A satisfactory preflight test must be accomplished.3 VSI) at all airplane weights and center of gravity locations with flaps at zero. AP operation is prohibited above 14. Autopilot/yaw damper must be off for takeoff/landing. but does not replace the primary airspeed indicator.Limitations – CII-627 System Limitations Avionics and Communications Angle-of-Attack I May be used as reference.500 ft if torque monitor (AP TORQUE annunciator) does not test per Normal Procedures in the AFM.

. Continuous ground operation of generator above 325 amps is prohibited..0 volts maximum with no load to prevent damage to starter. I If the BATT O’TEMP annunciator illuminates during ground operation. . . 400A . 325A Above 35. . . . For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 GPU Limits I Prolonged Ground Operation I Starter Limits I 3C-10 . . . .Electrical and Lighting Systems Battery I Limit engine starts to three per hour. . .000 amps maximum when connected to the aircraft. Limits GPU output to 1. NOTE: Three generator-assisted cross-starts equal one battery start. Generator Operating Limits Generator Load: To 35. . . . If battery limitation is exceeded. generatorassisted cross-start. battery. .000 ft Continuous ground operation of the starter generator above 325A is prohibited.e. . . . .000 ft I . or GPU). . . . . . Do not count an external power engine start as a battery cycle. . . . Adjust power unit to 28. . . . . . do not take off until proper maintenance is accomplished. Independent of the power source (i. . accomplish a deep cycle with a capacity check to detect possible cell damage (see cycle procedure in Maintenance Manual). the starter is limited to three engine starts per 30 minutes. . . . . . . and three cycles of operation with a 30-second rest between cycles. . . .

WARNING: Anti-icing additives containing ethylene glycol monomethyl ether (EGME) or diethylene glycol monomethyl ether (DIEGME) are harmful if inhaled. swallowed or absorbed through the skin.06% 20 fluid ounces per 156 gallons 0. Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3C-11 . Do not allow concentrated additive to contact coated interior of the fuel tank or the aircraft’s painted surface. and cause eye irritation. Military JP-4.10% DIEGME CAUTION: Ensure that additive is directed into flowing fuel stream and additive flow is started after fuel flow. they are combustible. Additive Concentration Range Minimum Maximum 20 fluid ounces per 104 gallons 0. Anti-Ice Additive I Anti-icing must be added to all fuels that do not contain the additive. and JP-8 have refinery preblended anti-icing. Before using this material.15% 20 fluid ounces per 104 gallons 0. JP-5. Also.Limitations – CII-627 Fuel System I Fuel remaining in the fuel tank when the quantity indicator reads zero is not usable in flight.15% Hi-Flo EGME 20 fluid ounces per 260 gallons 0. The additive should be stopped before fuel flow stops. refer to all safety information on the container.

. A-2. Jet A-1. – The maximum fuel and ambient air temperature is +32°C.Boost Pumps I Turn on boost pumps when FUEL LEVEL LO annunciators illuminate or indicated fuel is 169 lbs or less. – The avgas usage hours are entered in the engine logbook. – The boost pumps are on. Differential Maximum Asymmetrical Difference . . . commercial kerosene: – Jet A.) Jet Fuel I The following fuels are approved per specification CPW 204. – The pilot confirms the fuel temperature is within limits. and JP-8 3C-12 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . . and Jet B – JP-4. . . provided the following conditions are met. . (For record-keeping purposes. . JP-5. 600 LBS Aviation Gasoline I All grades of MIL-G-5572 avgas are permitted for a maximum of 50 hours or 3.500 gallons between overhauls. assume one hour of engine operation equals 70 gals gasoline. .

000 ft 600 lbs 0.000 ft 600 lbs 0.73 Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3C-13 . for Optimum Engine Accel. Start Max Fuel Temp Max Altitude Max Asymmetric Fuel Differential Fuel Control Density Adjust. JP-8 Min Fuel Temp. -29°C -23°C 50°C 43.81 Jet B..000 ft 600 lbs 0.Limitations – CII-627 Fuel Limitations and Adjustments Jet A.O. T. Min Fuel Temp.. -2. JP-4 -54°C -54°C 50°C 43.79 Avgas -54°C -54°C 32°C 18. A-1. JP-5.

The backup alcohol system is sufficient for 10 minutes. operate for one out of four minutes at 65% turbine RPM. Set the W/S BLEED switch to HI (280°F) when OAT is -18°C (0°F) or below. Set the W/S BLEED switch to LO (260°F) when OAT is above -18°C (0°F). Hyjet W. 3C-14 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . B. takeoff. (For sustained ground operations. III. B-4. and in flight when operating in visible moisture with OAT at +4 to -30°C. Windshield Alcohol Anti-Ice System I Use TT-I-735 isopropyl alcohol for windshield anti-ice. C or LD-4 Hyjet. Windshield Bleed Air Anti-Ice System I Windshield bleed air is required to prevent ice on windshield when operating in visible moisture with OAT at +4 to -30°C.Hydraulic System Approved Fluids I I Skydrol 500 A. Ice and Rain Protection Engine Anti-Ice System I Engine anti-ice is required for taxi. or IV. I I Wing Deice System I Wing deice is required in flight when wing ice builds up to 1/4 to 1/2 inch thickness.

. . . . . . . . . 115 ±5 PSI Nose Wheel . . . . . . . .Limitations – CII-627 Landing Gear and Brakes Anti-Skid I Anti-skid must be operative for takeoff and landing on sod/dirt or gravel runways. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 TO 2 INCHES . . . . . .800 TO 2. . . . . . . . . . 120 ±5 PSI Brakes Emergency Air Pressure . . . . . . . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . 5 INCHES Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3C-15 . . Approved Nose Tires I I Goodyear 184F08-1 and 184F13-3 Goodrich 031-613-8 Tire Pressures Main Wheels .050 PSI Strut Inflation Main Gear Nose Gear . .

Thrust reversing on sod/dirt or gravel runways is prohibited. Simultaneous use of drag chute and thrust reversers is prohibited.Oxygen System I The standard diluter-demand oxygen mask must be positioned around the neck above FL250 to qualify as quick-donning. Do not use thrust reversers during touch and go landings. I I I I I I I I I 3C-16 For training only Citation I/II/SII July 1999 . or hats worn by the crew may interfere withthe quick-donning capabilities of the oxygen masks. The optional pressure-demand sweep-on oxygen mask must be properly stowed to qualify as quick-donning. If the chute is deployed or jettisoned above 110 kts. inspect the mechanism for possible damage. Limit engine static ground operation to less than 80% N1 for ambient temperature at sea level above 51°C. I Thrust Reversers I Reduce reverse thrust power to idle reverse at 60 KIAS on landing roll. Maximum speed for drag chute deployment is 125 KIAS. The aircraft’s nose whell must be on the ground for drag chut operation. NOTE: Headsets. Limit maximum reverse thrust setting to 94% N1 for ambient temperatures above -18°C and 92% N1 for ambient temperatures below -18°C. eyeglasses. Maximum allowable thrust reverser deployed time is 15 minutes in any one hour period.

Engine Operating Limits Thrust Setting Time Limit ITT Temp N2 N1 Oil Press Oil Temp Takeoff Max Continuous Max Cruise Idle Start Transient 5 minutes Continuous Continuous Continuous –– –– 700°C 680°C 670°C 580°C 700°C (2 sec) 700°C 96% RPM 96% RPM 96% RPM 49% RPM ±0.5% –– 96% RPM 104% RPM 104% RPM 104% RPM –– –– 104% RPM 70 to 85 PSIG 70 to 85 PSIG 70 to 85 PSIG 35 PSIG (min) –– 95 PSIG (90 sec) 10° to 121°C 0° to 121°C 0° to 121°C -40° to 121°C -40°C (min) 0° to 121°C Engine Overspeed Limits TURBINE SPEED – PERCENT RPM 112 FAN SPEED – PERCENT RPM 110 108 106 104 A AREA A – ENGINE LOGBOOK ENTRY REQUIRED.Limitations – CII-627 Powerplant – Pratt and Whitney Turbofan JT15D-4 Engine Fan Inspection I To ensure accurate fan speed thrust indication. AREA B – REFER TO ENGINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION. AREA B – REFER TO ENGINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR CORRECTIVE ACTION. ENGINE LOGBOOK ENTRY REQUIRED. inspect fan for damage prior to each flight. NO ACTION REQUIRED 102 20 SECS 1 MIN TIME – MINUTES 2 MIN NO ACTION REQUIRED FAN OVERSPEED LIMITS Citation I/II/SII June 1997 TURBINE OVERSPEED LIMITS 3C-17 For training only . B A 112 110 108 106 104 102 100 98 96 94 92 20 SECS 1 MIN TIME – MINUTES 2 MIN B A B AREA A – ENGINE LOGBOOK ENTRY REQUIRED. ENGINE LOGBOOK ENTRY REQUIRED.

REFER TO CHAPTER 77 OF THE AIRPLANE MAINTENANCE MANUAL. refer to the Engine Maintenance Manual. For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 3C-18 .Inter-Turbine Temperature Limits Starting Conditions Only 750 700 INVESTIGATE CAUSE FOR ALL TEMPERATURES EXCEEDING AREA “A” ENVELOPE. ENGINE LOGBOOK ENTRY REQUIRED. 650 INTER-TURBINE TEMPERATURE (°C) 600 550 AREA “A” ENVELOPE 500 0 5 TIME (SECOND) 10 15 All Conditions Except Starting I If the inter-turbine temperature (ITT) exceeds 700°C or if 680°C is exceeded for more than five minutes.

g. SB 7001.S. drain and flush the complete oil system and refill with an approved oil according to Engine Maintenance Manual instructions. I If necessary to replenish oil with a brand other than that remaining in the tank. If oils of nonapproved brands or of different viscosities become inter-mixed. use any approved oil brand if the total quantity of added oil does not exceed two U. then refill with a single brand of approved oil according to Engine Maintenance Manual instructions. I I Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3C-19 .S. For additional information refer to the engine manufacturer’s pertinent oil service bulletins. such a change be made only when an engine is new or freshly overhauled. drain and flush the complete oil system. quarts in any 400-hour period. quarts of a dissimilar oil brand must be added. Aeroshell/Royco Turbine Oil 560 or Mobil Jet 254). CAUTION: The engine manufacturer strongly recommends that when changing from a existing lubricant formulation to a third generation lubricant formulation (e. If more than two U. Minimum oil temperature for starting is -40°C (-40°F).Limitations – CII-627 Engine Oil I The following oils are approved for use: – Mobil Jet Oil II and 254 – Exxon Turbo Oil 2380 – Castrol 5000 – Aeroshell Turbine Oil 500 and 560 – Royco Turbine Oil 500 and 560 – Engine oils listed in the latest revision of Pratt and Whitney Canada Inc.

I I I 3C-20 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 .Loaner Engines I Aircraft incorporating SB550-71-03 are restricted to 90-day operation only. to ambient temperatures not exceeding 39°C above ISA. Prolonged Ground Operation I Limit continuous engine ground static operation. Limit ground operation of pitot/static heat to two minutes to prevent damage to the pitot-static heater. Operation in the GND bleed mode at power settings greater than 70% turbine RPM (N2) for the right engine is prohibited. Continuous ground operation of starter/generator amperage above 325A is prohibited. up to and including five minutes at takeoff thrust.

. .8 ±0. Do not use flood cooling for cabin heating.0 TO 8. .000 ft – either generator inoperative – ambient temperatures less than -21°C (-5°F).000 ft. . . I Freon Air Conditioning I Operation of the air conditioning system is prohibited for any of the following conditions: – pressure altitude above 18.1 PSID Flood Cooling I Operation of the flood cooling system is prohibited above 10. Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3C-21 . pressure altitude. 0.Limitations – CII-627 Pneumatic and Pressurization Systems Cabin Pressurization Limits Normal Cabin Pressurization .

3C-22 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 .

. . . 500 LBS With Freon Air-Conditioning . . . Maximum Baggage Loads Nose Compartment: With SBS550-30-15 (Anti-Ice System Improvement) Aft Cabin . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300 LBS Aft of Cargo Net . . Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3D-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 600 LBS Tailcone Compartment: Without Freon Air-Conditioning: Forward of Cargo Net . . . . . . . . . .Limitations – Citation SII General Limitations Authorized Operations I I I I Day and Night VFR and IFR Flight Flight Into Icing Conditions (Figure 3-6) Engine anti-ice must be on during ground and flight operations when icing conditions exist or are anticipated (visible moisture with OAT between +10°C and -30°C). . . . . . . . . . . . . 350 LBS . . . . . . . . . . . . 330 LBS Without SBS550-30-15 . . . . . . . 300 LBS There is no distinction between forward or aft of cargo net. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 LBS TOTAL . . . . . . . .

0% N1 3D-2 For training only Citation I/II/SII July 1999 . Maneuvers I I No aerobatic maneuvers. including spins No intentional stalls above 25.Required Minimum Engine Ice Protection Fluid Quantity 3-6 Certification Status I FAR.000 ft or at engine speeds between 61.0 and 65. Part 25 Emergency Exit I The emergency exit door pin must be removed before flight.

an instrument rating for flight above 18.3.Limitations – SII Flight Crew Requirements – Pilot/Copilot I Pilot in command must have CE-500 type rating and meet FAR 61. shears the bolts attaching the steering gear assembly to the cylinder.000 ft or flight into instrument meterological conditions. Forcing the nose gear beyond the towing stop (95° limit). I I Passenger Seat Position I I I For all takeoffs and landings: Seats fully upright and outboard Seats aft of emergency exit must be in most aft position.55. Category II operation requires two pilots qualified in accordance with FAR 61. Citation I/II/SII July 1999 For training only 3D-3 . The copilot shall posess a multi-engine rating.58 requirements. and meet the requirements of FAR 61. Towing I Maximum nose gear towing turning angle limit is 95° either side of center.

3D-4 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 .

. . . 14. . . . . . temperature. . . . . . . . .Limitations – SII Operational Limitations Maximum Weights SII 001 to 085 without SBS550-11-1: Ramp .200 LBS Maximum takeoff and landing weights may be additionally restricted due to altitude. . . . . . . . 15. . . . . . . .000 LBS SII 001 to 085 with SBS550-11-1. . . . . . . . . . . . .000 LBS Zero Fuel .300 LBS Takeoff . . . . 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and field length. . . . . . . . . 11. . . . . .700 LBS Landing . 14. . 11. . . . . . I Landing weight is limited by most restrictive of: – maximum certified landing weight – maximum landing weight permitted by climb requirements or brake energy limit – landing distance. . . . . 15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 086 and subsequent: Ramp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 LBS Landing . Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3D-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I Takeoff weight is limited by most restrictive of: – maximum certified T/O weight – maximum T/O weight permitted by climb requirements – takeoff field length. . . . . . . . . . .900 LBS Takeoff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .400 LBS Zero Fuel . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28. 20. . .700 Lbs or Less . .700 lbs . . . Aft Limit at 14. . . . . 15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3% MAC. . . .600 Lbs . .92% MAC. . . .23” AFT OF DATUM) SII 001 to 085 with SBS550-11-1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .700 lbs or less . . . . . . . . 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . .(284. . . . . . .100 Lbs . .99” AFT OF DATUM) There is a straight line variation between 15. . . . . . .3% MAC . . . .(284. . .0% MAC . . .(273. . . . . . .0% MAC . . . . . . . . . . Aft Limit at 14. . . . . . . . . . . .(277. .0% MAC . . . . .69” AFT OF DATUM) There is a straight line variation between 15. 086 and subsequent: Forward Limit: At 9.0 and 20. . 28. .Center of Gravity Moment Envelope SII 001 to 085 without SBS550-11-1: Forward Limit: At 9. . . .0 and 19. . 15. .71” AFT OF DATUM) At 15. . . . . . . .600 lbs or less . .(273.71” AFT OF DATUM) At 14. . . . . .92% MAC . . . . . .0% MAC . . . . .(277. . .23” AFT OF DATUM) 3D-6 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . .

. . . . . . . . . .O. . . . . . 276 KIAS .000 ft . . . . . . . . Maximum Maneuvering (VA) . . . .000 to 29. Maximum Speedbrake Operation (VSB) . . . . 276 KIAS/0. . . . . . .315 ft VMO below 8. . . . page 3-81) I Confine the following to speeds below VA: – full rudder application – full aileron control application – maneuvers involving angle of attack near stall. . . cruise. Maximum Flap Extended (VFE): Full flaps. . . . . . SEE CHART . . . . . . 73 KIAS Autopilot Operation . . . . . ./T.721M INDICATED . . .O. NO LIMIT Minimum Control – Air (VMCA) . . . 0. . . . . . .721M Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3D-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . or descent) unless a higher speed is authorized for flight test or pilot training. . . . . . . . .Limitations – SII Speed Limits MMO above 29. LAND (35°) 172 KIAS 200 KIAS Partial flaps. . . . . . . . . .315 ft VMO 8.(Figure 3-7. . . . . . T. . . . . 261 KIAS Do not exceed these limits in any flight regime (climb.& APPR (7°/20°) 7° flap performance is available on SII 057 and subsequent and 001 to 056 with SBS550-27-2. . . . . . 83 KIAS Minimum Control – Ground (VMCG) . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VMO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 KIAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . DEMONSTRATED 29 KTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . ISA +39°C Minimum Ambient Temperature . . . . 0. . . . . . .5 IN Maximum Tailwind Components . 200 KIAS . . . . . .Landing Gear Speeds: Without SBS550-32-8 (Increased Maximum Gear Extend Speed): VLE VLO VLE . . -54°C . . . . . . . 25 KTS Autopilot/yaw damper must be off for takeoff/landing. 250 KIAS With SBS550-32-8: VLO (Extending) VLO (Retracting) . 200 KIAS With Gravel Runway Kit and SBS550-32-8: VLE VLO . . . . . . . . . . . .000 FT Maximum Ambient Temperature Maximum Crosswind . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3D-8 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . . . . . . . . . Vertical navigation system must be off below 500 ft AGL. . . . . 172 KIAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 KIAS Maximum Tire Ground Speed . . . . . . . 10 KTS Maximum Water/Slush on Runway I I Maximum Crosswind with T/Rs deployed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165 KTS RECOMMENDED Takeoff and Landing Operational Limits Maximum Altitude . .

Limitations – SII Maximum Maneuvering Speeds Citation SII 3-7 Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3D-9 .

. . . . . . These accelerations limit angle-of-bank in turns and severity of pullup maneuvers./T. . .0 TO +2. 0. . . & APPR/ LAND (7° to 35°) . . . . . . .Enroute Operational Limits Maximum Operating Altitude .0 G 7° flaps performance available on SII 057 and subsequent and 001 to 056 with SBS550-27-2. . . . . Flaps: T. Flaps: Up (0°) .5 G 3D-10 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . . . & APPR/LAND (20° to 35°) . . . . During Landing. . . . .O. . .000 FT Ambient Temperature Limits . . . . . .8 G T. . . . -1. . . . . . . . . . .(Figure 3-8) Generator Load . . . . . . . .O. . . . . . . . . . . . +3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . SEE GRAPH . .52 TO +3. . 43. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .O. 300A Load Factors In Flight. .

Limitations – SII Takeoff/Landing/Enroute Temperature Limits Citation SII 3-8 Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3D-11 .

3D-12 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 .

Autopilot/yaw damper must be off for takeoff/landing. AP current monitor must be functionally tested prior to inflight use. AP operation is prohibited above 14. takeoff/approach.3 VSI) at all aircraft weights and CG locations with flaps at zero. and landing positions. Vertical navigation system must be off below 500 ft AGL.Limitations – SII System Limitations Avionics and Communications Angle-of-Attack I AOA may be used as reference. but does not replace the primary airspeed indicator. I I I I HF/ADF Systems I The ADF bearing information may be erratic during HF transmissions. If this occurs. Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3D-13 . If AOA or stick shaker is inoperative during warning system test. AOA can be used as reference for approach speed (1.500 ft if torque monitor does not test per AFM.III. I I Autopilot I One pilot must remain in his seat with seat belt fastened during all AP operations. disregard ADF bearing during transmission periods. the system must be repaired before flight.

. I Enroute Operating Limits Maximum Generator Load . limit engine starts to three per 30 minutes with a 30-second rest between cycles. I Prolonged Ground Operation I Continuous ground operation of a starter/generator above 225 amps is prohibited. Exceeding these limits may damage the starter. . . Refer to the Maintenance Manual for procedure. 3D-14 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . With the battery as the power source. . . limit engine starts to two per 30 minutes with a 30-second rest between cycles. . . Starter Limitation I With external power or generator-assisted cross-start as the starter power source. limit GPU output to a maximum of 1. . accomplish a deep cycle with capacity check to detect possible cell damage.Electrical and Lighting Systems Battery I If the BATT O’HEAT annunciator illuminates during ground operation. Do not count an external power engine start as battery cycle. . do not take off until proper maintenance is accomplished. . NOTE: Three generator-assisted cross-starts equal one battery start. 300A GPU Limitation I With GPU connected to aircraft. . . If the battery limitation is exceeded. . . . Limit engine starts to three per hour. .000A and adjust voltage to 28V DC with no load.

Also. Military JP-4. and JP-8 have refinery preblended anti-icing. WARNING: Anti-icing additives containing ethylene glycol monomethyl ether (EGME) or diethylene glycol monomethyl ether (DIEGME) are harmful if inhaled. JP-5. Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3D-15 . Anti-Ice Additive I Anti-icing must be added to all fuels that do not contain the additive.06% 20 fluid ounces per 156 gallons 0. refer to all safety information on the container.10% DIEGME CAUTION: Ensure that additive is directed into flowing fuel stream and additive flow is started after fuel flow. swallowed or absorbed through the skin. Before using this material. The additive should be stopped before fuel flow stops. Additive Concentration Range Minimum Maximum 20 fluid ounces per 104 gallons 0.Limitations – SII Fuel System I Fuel remaining in the fuel tank when the quantity indicator reads zero is not usable in flight. Do not allow concentrated additive to contact coated interior of the fuel tank or the aircraft’s painted surface. they are combustible. and cause eye irritation.15% Hi-Flo EGME 20 fluid ounces per 260 gallons 0.15% 20 fluid ounces per 104 gallons 0.

Boost Pumps I Turn on boost pumps when FUEL LEVEL LO annunciators illuminate or indicated fuel is 169 lbs or less. provided: – pilot confirms the fuel temperature is within limits – maximum ambient air temperature at takeoff is +32°C. . .500 gallons between overhauls. . . and Jet B – JP-4. 3D-16 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . 600 LBS Aviation Gasoline I All grades of MIL-G-5572 avgas are permitted for a maximum of 50 hours or 3. .000 ft. Jet Fuel I The following fuels are approved per specification CPW 204. commercial kerosene: – Jet A. – boost pumps are on – hours of avgas usage is entered in the engine logbook – maximum operating altitude is 18. . . Jet A-1. and JP-8. . JP-5. . Differential Maximum Asymmetrical Difference . Jet A-2.

79 Avgas -54°C -54°C 32°C 18.000 ft 200 lbs 600 lbs 0..73 Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3D-17 . A-1. T.Limitations – SII Fuel Limitations and Adjustments Jet A. JP-5.000 ft 200 lbs 600 lbs 0. Min Fuel Temp. JP-8 Min Fuel Temp. JP-4 -54°C -54°C 50°C 43..81 Jet B. Start Max Fuel Temp Max Altitude Max Asymmetric Fuel Emergency Asymmetric Fuel Fuel Control Density -29°C -23°C 50°C 43. -2.000 ft 200 lbs 600 lbs 0.O.

a minimum of 1. I I Windshield Bleed Air Anti-Ice System I Windshield bleed air is required to prevent ice on windshield when operating in visible moisture with OAT at +10°C to 30°C. The backup alcohol system is sufficient for 10 minutes. (For sustained ground operations. takeoff. I I Windshield Alcohol Anti-Ice System I Use TT-I-735 isopropyl alcohol for windshield anti-ice. Set the W/S BLEED switch to LO (260°F) when OAT is above -18°C (0°F). or IV. B-4.Hydraulic System Approved Fluids I I Skydrol 500 A. B. the anti-ice fluid reservoir must be full. For flight into known/forecasted icing. operate for one out of four minutes at 65% turbine RPM. C or LD-4 Hyjet.5 gallons or higher as determined from the TKS minimum quantity chart in the AFM. and in flight when operating in visible moisture with OAT at +10°C to -30°C. For all other flights. Hyjet W. Ice and Rain Protection Engine Anti-Ice System I All surface anti-ice fluids meeting British Deicing Fluid Specification DTD 406 B (NATO Symbol S-745) are approved. Set the W/S BLEED switch to HI (280°F) when OAT is -18°C (0°F) or below. III. Engine anti-ice is required for taxi. 3D-18 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 ±5 PSI SII 001 to 085 with SBS550-11-1. . . 120 ±5 PSI Strut Inflation Main Gear Nose Gear . 1 TO 2 INCHES . . . . . . .800 TO 2. . . . . . . .Limitations – SII Landing Gear and Brakes Anti-Skid I Anti-skid must be operative for takeoff and landing on sod/dirt or gravel runways. . . . . . .050 PSI Tire Pressures SII 001 to 085 without SBS550-11-1 (gross weight increase): Nose/Main Wheels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Approved Nose Tires I I Goodyear 184F08-1 and 184F13-3 Goodrich 031-613-8 Brakes Emergency Air Pressure . . . . . . . . . 086 and subsequent: Main Wheels . 125 ±5 PSI Nose Wheel . . . 3-5 INCHES Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3D-19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Limit maximum reverse thrust setting to 95% N1 for ambient temperatures above -18°C and 92% N1 for ambient temperatures below -18°C. inspect the mechanism for possible damage. I Thrust Reversers I Reduce reverse thrust power to idle reverse at 60 KIAS on landing roll. If the chute is deployed or jettisoned above 110 kts. The aircraft’s nose whell must be on the ground for drag chut operation. Some indicators are red-lined at 115°C and other at 121°. Do not use thrust reversers during touch and go landings. Thrust reversing on sod/dirt or gravel runways is prohibited. do not exceed the red line indication. 3D-20 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . Maximum speed for drag chute deployment is 125 KIAS. Limit engine static ground operation to less than 80% N1 for ambient temperature at sea level above 51°C.Oxygen System I The standard diluter-demand oxygen mask must be positioned around the neck above FL 250 to qualify as quick-donning. Simultaneous use of drag chute and thrust reversers is prohibited. The optional pressure-demand sweep-on oxygen mask must be properly stowed to qualify as quick-donning. I I I I I I I I I NOTE: The red line on the oil temperature indicator dictates oil temperature limitation. In either case. Maximum allowable thrust reverser deployed time is 15 minutes in any one hour period.

5% –– 97% RPM N1 106% RPM 106% RPM –– –– 106% RPM Oil Press 70 to 85 PSIG 70 to 85 PSIG 35 PSIG (min) –– –– Oil Temp 10° to 121°C 0° to 121°C -40° to 121°C -40°C (min) 0° to 121°C Engine Overspeed Limits State Transient Steady Log Book Entry Required Fan Speed 106 to 112% RPM 106 to 108% RPM Turbine Speed 96 to 98% RPM –– Refer to Engine Maintenance Manual Turbine Speed Exceeds 99% RPM Exceeds 97% RPM Fan Speed Exceeds 112% RPM Exceeds 108% RPM Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3D-21 . Engine Operating Limits Thrust Setting Takeoff Max Continuous Idle Start Acceleration Time Limit 5 minutes Continuous Continuous –– –– ITT Temp 700°C 680°C 580°C 700°C (2 sec) 710°C N2 97% RPM 97% RPM 49% RPM ±0.Limitations – SII Powerplant – Pratt and Whitney Turbofan JT15D-4B Engine Fan Inspection I To ensure accurate fan speed thrust indication. inspect fan for damage prior to each flight.

Inter-Turbine Temperature Limits Starting Conditions Only 750 700 650 REFER TO TURBOFAN ENGINE MAINTENANCE MANUAL INTERTURBINE TEMPERATURE (°C) 600 550 500 0 5 TIME (SECONDS) 10 15 I Starting ITT over 500°C is not normal. All conditions except starting: ITT indications in excess of 710°C or 690°C for more than five minutes require reference to the Engine Maintenance Manual. if this occurs. I 3D-22 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . take action as illustrated in the starting envelope.

Limitations – SII Engine Oil I The following oils are approved for use: – Mobil Jet Oil II and 254 – Exxon Turbo Oil 2380 – Castrol 5000 – Aeroshell Turbine Oil 500 and 560 – Royco Turbine Oil 500 and 560 – Engine oils listed in latest revision of Pratt and Whitney Canada Inc. SB 7001. drain and flush complete oil system. Aeroshell/Royco Turbine Oil 560 or Mobil Jet 254). I I Citation I/II/SII June 1997 For training only 3D-23 .S. CAUTION: The engine manufacturer strongly recommends that when changing from a existing lubricant formulation to a third generation lubricant formulation (e. drain and flush the complete oil system and refill with an approved oil. I When mixing brands of oil. For additional information refer to the engine manufacturer’s pertinent oil service bulletins. quarts of dissimilar oil brands are needed. If more than two U.g. quarts in any 400-hour period. use any listed approved oil brand if the total quantity of added oil does not exceed two U. then refill with a single brand of approved oil. Minimum oil temperature for starting is -40°C (-40°F). such a change be made only when an engine is new or freshly overhauled.S. If oils of nonapproved brands or of different viscosities become intermixed.

Continuous ground operation of starter/generator amperage above 325A is prohibited. . .0 TO 8. . to ambient temperatures not exceeding ISA +39°C.Prolonged Ground Operation I Limit continuous engine ground static operation. Operation in GND bleed air mode with the right engine set at greater than 70% N2 is prohibited. Limit ground operation of pitot/static heat to two minutes to prevent damage to AOA system. 0. . . .8 PSID 3D-24 For training only Citation I/II/SII June 1997 . . I I I Pneumatic and Pressurization Systems Cabin Pressurization Limits Normal Cabin Pressurization . . up to and including five minutes at takeoff thrust.